Scott  J. Davidson
Scott J. Davidson
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Vegetation type dominates the spatial variability in CH4 emissions across multiple arctic tundra landscapes
SJ Davidson, VL Sloan, GK Phoenix, R Wagner, JP Fisher, WC Oechel, ...
Ecosystems 19 (6), 1116-1132, 2016
472016
Mapping Arctic tundra vegetation communities using field spectroscopy and multispectral satellite data in North Alaska, USA
SJ Davidson, MJ Santos, VL Sloan, JD Watts, GK Phoenix, WC Oechel, ...
Remote Sensing 8 (12), 978, 2016
432016
Arctic greening associated with lengthening growing seasons in Northern Alaska
KA Arndt, MJ Santos, S Ustin, SJ Davidson, D Stow, WC Oechel, TTP Tran, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (12), 125018, 2019
202019
Upscaling CH4 fluxes using high-resolution imagery in Arctic tundra ecosystems
SJ Davidson, MJ Santos, VL Sloan, K Reuss-Schmidt, GK Phoenix, ...
Remote Sensing 9 (12), 1227, 2017
182017
The Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive. 2016b
DA Walker, AL Breen, LA Druckenmiller, LW Wirth, W Fisher, ...
Phytocoenologia doi: http://dx. doi. org/10.1127/phyto/2016/0128, 2016
18*2016
Seismic line disturbance alters soil physical and chemical properties across boreal forest and peatland soils
SJ Davidson, EM Goud, C Franklin, SE Nielsen, M Strack
Frontiers in Earth Science 8, 281, 2020
72020
Wildfire overrides hydrological controls on boreal peatland methane emissions
SJ Davidson, CV Beest, R Petrone, M Strack
Biogeosciences 16 (13), 2651-2660, 2019
72019
Magnitude, dynamics, and control of the carbon flow to mycorrhizas
KJ Field, SJ Davidson, SA Alghamdi, DD Cameron
Mycorrhizal mediation of soil, 375-393, 2017
72017
Hydrogeologic setting overrides any influence of wildfire on pore water dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentration and quality at a boreal fen
SJ Davidson, MC Elmes, H Rogers, C van Beest, R Petrone, JS Price, ...
Ecohydrology, e2141, 2019
52019
Natural climate solutions for Canada
CR Drever, SC Cook-Patton, F Akhter, PH Badiou, GL Chmura, ...
Science Advances 7 (23), eabd6034, 2021
42021
Controls on soil carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) fluxes from a peat swamp vary by hydrogeomorphic setting
SJ Davidson, M Strack, RA Bourbonniere, JM Waddington
Ecohydrology, 2019
32019
Linear disturbances shift boreal peatland plant communities toward earlier peak greenness
SJ Davidson, EM Goud, A Malhotra, CO Estey, P Korsah, M Strack
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 126 (8), e2021JG006403, 2021
22021
Arctic Vegetation Plots in Flux Tower Footprints, North Slope, Alaska, 2014, ORNL DAAC, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
SJ Davidson, D Zona
12018
Green leaf phenological characteristics of boreal peatland vegetation impacted by linear disturbances
SJ Davidson
https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.x69p8czhh, 2021
2021
CO2 uptake decreased and CH4 emissions increased in first two years of peatland seismic line restoration
M Schmidt, SJ Davidson, M Strack
2021
Restoration of a Boreal Peatland Impacted by an In‐Situ Oil Sands Well‐Pad 2. Greenhouse gas exchange dynamics
A Engering, SJ Davidson, B Xu, M Bird, L Rochefort, M Strack
Restoration Ecology, 2021
2021
Ecohydrological interactions in a boreal fen‐swamp complex, Alberta, Canada
MC Elmes, SJ Davidson, JS Price
Ecohydrology, e2335, 2021
2021
Dissolved organic carbon production and transport within a constructed fen watershed in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region, Alberta, Canada
S Irvine, SJ Davidson, JS Price, M Strack
Journal of Hydrology 599, 126493, 2021
2021
High sulfate concentrations maintain low methane emissions at a constructed fen over the first seven years of ecosystem development
SJ Davidson, M Smith, E Prystupa, K Murray, FC Nwaishi, RM Petrone, ...
Science of The Total Environment, 148014, 2021
2021
Arctic Vegetation Plots in Flux Tower Footprints, North Slope, Alaska, 2014
SJ DAVIDSON, D ZONA, DA WALKER
ORNL DAAC, 2018
2018
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