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Using stable isotope mass balance and isotope-based streamflow partitioning to assess water balance changes in a coastal Arctic watershed in iqaluktuttiaq, Nunavut
Megan Leung,University of Calgary
Using the Canadian Model for Peatlands (CaMP) to estimate the impact of oil and gas development on boreal peatland carbon emissions and removals
Variations in crustal stress near in southwestern Yukon and the Yakutat microplate collision
Jeremy Gosselin,University of Calgary
Vegetation community composition following disturbances in peatland and rock barren landscapes
Rosanne Broyd,McMaster University
What’s new in the CaMP-ground? CaMP-Per and CaMP-DOC will add permafrost and dissolved organic carbon dynamics to national peatland carbon accounting.
Kara Webster,Canadian Forest Service