Here’s a list of our publications related to carbon storage in rivers.
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Sutfin & Wohl. 2017. Substantial soil organic carbon retention along floodplains of mountain streams. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 122: 1325-1338.
Wohl et al. 2017. Carbon dynamics of river corridors and the effects of human alterations. Ecological Monographs 87: 379-409.
Scott & Wohl, 2017. Evaluating carbon storage on subalpine lake deltas, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, doi: 10.1002/esp.4110.
Sutfin, Wohl, & Dwire 2016. Banking carbon: a review of organic carbon storage and physical factors influencing retention in floodplains and riparian ecosystems, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 41. 38-60.
Kramer & Wohl 2015. Driftcretions: The legacy impacts of driftwood on shoreline morphology. Geophysical Research Letters, 42. 5855-5864
Beckman & Wohl 2014. Carbon storage in mountainous headwater streams: The role of old-growth forest and logjams, Water Resources Research, 50. 2376-2393.
Wohl 2013. Landscape-scale carbon storage associated with beaver dams, Geophysical Research Letters, 40. 1-6.
Wohl 2013. Redistribution of forest carbon caused by patch blowdowns in subalpine forests of the Southern Rocky Mountains, USA, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 27. 1205-1213.
Polvi & Wohl 2013. Biotic Drivers of Stream Planform: Implications for Understanding the Past and Restoring the Future, Bioscience, 63. 439-452.
Wohl, Dwire, Sutfin, Polvi, & Bazan 2012. Mechanisms of carbon storage in mountainous headwater rivers, Nature Communications, 1263. 1-8.
Polvi & Wohl 2011. The beaver meadow complex revisited – the role of beavers in post-glacial floodplain development, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 37. 332-346.
Wohl, Lininger, & Scott. River beads as a conceptual framework for building carbon storage and resilience to extreme climate events into river management. Biogeochemistry 141: 365-383.
For additional publications that are too large to upload to this website, see the references listed at the end of each completed project.