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    • Linking ecosystem function and hydrologic regime to inform restoration of a forested peatland 

      Schulte, Morgan L.; McLaughlin, Daniel L.; Wurster, Frederic C.; Balentine, Karen; Speiran, Gary K.; Aust, W. Michael; Stewart, Ryan D.; Varner, J. Morgan; Jones, C. Nathan (2019-03-01)
      Drainage is a globally common disturbance in forested peatlands that impacts peat soils, forest communities, and associated ecosystem functions, calling for informed hydrologic restoration strategies. The Great Dismal Swamp ...
    • Modeling Connectivity of Non-floodplain Wetlands: Insights, Approaches, and Recommendations 

      Jones, C. Nathan; Ameli, Ali; Neff, Brian P.; Evenson, Grey R.; McLaughlin, Daniel L.; Golden, Heather E.; Lane, Charles R. (2019-06)
      Representing hydrologic connectivity of non-floodplain wetlands (NFWs) to downstream waters in process-based models is an emerging challenge relevant to many research, regulatory, and management activities. We review four ...
    • Short- and long-term hydrologic controls on smouldering fire in wetland soils 

      Schulte, Morgan L.; McLaughlin, Daniel L.; Wurster, Frederic C.; Varner, J. Morgan; Stewart, Ryan D.; Aust, W. Michael; Jones, C. Nathan; Gile, Bridget (2019-02-21)
      Smouldering fire vulnerability in organic-rich, wetland soils is regulated by hydrologic regimes over short (by antecedent wetness) and long (through influences on soil properties) timescales. An integrative understanding ...