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Carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus interactions in the hyporheic zones of arctic streams that drain areas of continuous permafrost . Proceedings 9th International Congress on Permafrost - 29 June-3 July, 2008. 2008 :165-171..
Comparison of in-channel mobile-immobile zone exchange during instantaneous and constant-rate stream tracer additions: Implications for design and interpretation of non-conservative tracer experiments. Journal of Hydrology. 2008 ;357(1-2):112-1124..
Comparison of instantaneous and constant-rate stream tracer experiments through non-parametric analysis of residence time distributions. Water Resources Research. 2008 ;44(6):W06404..
Hydrologic and biogeochemical controls on the spatial and temporal patterns of nitrogen and phosphorus in the Kuparuk River, arctic Alaska. Hydrological Processes. 2008 ;22(17):3294–3309..
Hyporheic exchange and water chemistry of two arctic tundra streams of contrasting geomorphology. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 2008 ;113(G02029):14pp..
Influence of morphology and permafrost dynamics on hyporheic exchange in Arctic headwater streams under warming climate conditions. Geophysical Research Letters. 2008 ;35(2):L02501..