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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS53 Peatlands: processes and policy

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Worrall, F
Does a severe drought cause long term structural change in a peatland?

Worrall, F
Controls on release of DOC from UK peatlands.

Wallage, Z.E.; Holden, J.; McDonald, A.T.
Drain blocking: An effective treatment for reducing dissolved organic carbon loss and water discolouration in a drained peatland

Wallage, Z.E.; Holden, J.; McDonald, A.T.
An unstable relationship between dissolved organic carbon concentration and water colour in peatlands

Wallage, Z.E.; Jones, T.; Holden, J.
Determining the effect of peatland drainage and restoration on the rate of microbial activity in an upland blanket peat.

Crowe, S. K.
Revegetated peat gully systems: classification and characterization

Rowson, J.G; Worrall, F; Ostle, N
Carbon dioxide release from drained upland peat, and its implications for climate change

Rowson, J.G.; Worrall, F.; Ostle, N.
Calculating excess partial pressure from acidic conditions

Rothwell, J.J.; Evans, M.G.; Allott, T.E.H
Lead budget for an upland blanket peat catchment

Wakefield, A.; Quinton, J.; Ostle, N.
Monitoring carbon export from upland peat catchments in the North Pennines, UK.

Knorr, K.-H.; Oosterwoud, M.R.; Blodau, C.
Effects of drying and rewetting on electron flow in a northern temperate fen

Auterives, C; Aquilina, L; Bour, O; Davranche, M
Hydrological budget of a peatland connected to a regional aquifer

Auterives, C; Aquilina, L; Davranche, M; Paquereau, V
influence of the exploitation of an aquifer underlying a peatland on the peat quality : Use of SO4 concentration as a proxy

van der Schaaf, S.
Discharge behaviour of Atlantic raised bogs

van der Schaaf, S.
A comparison of the flow systems of some bogs in the Irish Midlands and East Estonia

Evans, M.; Lindsay, J.
The use of high resolution digital elevation data to investigate controls on gully erosion in blanket peat

Armstrong, A; Worrall, F; Holden, J
The effectiveness of grip blocking in the Whitendale catchment, Forest of Bowland, UK

Armstrong, A.; Cox, N.J. ; Warburton, J. ; Evans, M.; Holliday, V. J.
The effect of rating curve model fit on suspended sediment load estimates and the assessment of model fit

Oosterwoud, M.R.; Knorr, K.-H; Blodau, C.
A possible response to climate extremes of fluxes and concentrations of CO2 and CH4 in northern fens.

Pawson, R.R; Evans, M.G.; Allott, T.E.
The role of Particulate Organic Carbon (POC) in the carbon cycle of degrading upland peat systems

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