Tim Moore

Professor Emeritus
Tim Moore
Contact Information
Email address: 
tim.moore [at] mcgill.ca
Research areas: 
Ecology of peatlands
Climate change
Current research: 

My interests lie in the relationships between soil and the environment, particularly the regulation of fluxes of gases, nutrients and elements between the soil and the atmosphere, the biosphere and the hydrosphere and the effect of human activities and climate change.

For the past decade, most of my attention has focused on peatlands and wetlands and the controls on the cycling of carbon in these systems. Northern peatlands contain one third of the global soil carbon pool, store carbon dioxide (CO2) in accumulating peat, emit methane (CH4) to the atmosphere and are major sources of dissolved organic carbon (DOC); they also store and cycle nutrients such a nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium and potassium. My work, in landscapes ranging from the Northwest Territories to Nova Scotia, has attempted to measure the magnitude of these fluxes and stores, to establish their important controls, to develop models and to examine the effect of changes, such as directly anthropogenic (for example, through the drainage or flooding of peatlands) or indirectly (for example, through climatic change and atmospheric nitrogen deposition) on carbon cycling. Thus, my work integrates aspects of atmospheric chemistry, plant ecology, hydrology, microbiology and soil science in a search to understand biogeochemical patterns in the landscape.

Topics of interest

  • The biogeochemistry of peatlands, through the examination of fluxes of the greenhouse gases CO2, CH4 and N2O, nutrient cycling and stoichiometry and plant-soil interactions.
  • Detection of graves using biogeochemistry.
  • PhD Soil Science, University of Aberdeen (1971)
Selected publications: 

Papers in refereed journals, 2012-present:

  • Shao, S. J. Wu, H. He, T. Moore, J. Bubier, T. Larmola, S. Juutinen and N. Roulet, in press. Ericoid mycorrhiza fungi mediate the response of ombrotrophic peatlands to fertilization: a modeling study. New Phytologist doi:10.1111/nph.18555.
  • Watmough, S.A., S.A.G. Parkes, N. Basiliko, J. Lamit, E. Lilleskov, R. Andersen, B. Benscoter, R. Artz, W. Borken, L. Bragazza, S. Brandt, S. Brauer, M. Carson, X. Chen, R. Chimner, B. Clarkson, A. Cobb, A. Enriquez, J. Farmer, S. Grover, C. Harvey, L. Harris, C. Hazard, A. Hoyt, J. Hribljan, J. Jauhiainen, S. Juutinen, E. Kane, K-H. Knorr, R. Kolka, M. Kononen, A. Laine, T. Larmola, C. McCalley, J. McLaughlin, T. Moore, N. Mykytczuk, A. Normand, V. Rich, D. Rupp, J. Rutherford, C. Schadt, D. Smith, G. Spiers, L. Tedersoo, P. Thu, C. Trettin, E-S. Tuittila, M. Turetsky, Z. Urbanova, R. Varner, M. Waldrop, M. Wang, Z. Wang, M. Warren, M. Wiedermann, S. Williams, J. Yavitt, Z-G. Yu and G. Zahn in press. Variation in carbon and nitrogen concentrations among peatland categories at the global scale. PLoS ONE.
  • Coomes, O.T., C. Abizaid, S. Breau and T.R. Moore 2022. The academic job market in US Geography and the business cycle: the long shadow of the 2007-09 recession. Professional Geographer 74: 612-619 doi.org/10.1080/00330124.2022.2069137.
  • Rankin, T.E., N.T. Roulet and T.R. Moore 2022. Controls on autotrophic and heterotrophic respiration in an ombrotrophic bog. Biogeosciences 19: 3285–3303 doi: org/10.5194/bg-19-3285-2022.
  • Verbeke, B., L.J. Lamit, E.A. Lilleskov, S.B. Hodgkins, N. Basiliko, E.S. Kane, R. Andersen, R.R.E. Artz, B.W. Benscoter, W. Borken, L. Bragazza, S.M. Brandt, S.L. Bräuer, M.A. Carson, D. Charman, X. Chen, B.R. Clarkson, A.R. Cobb, P. Convey, A.S. Enriquez, H. Griffiths, S.P. Grover, C.F. Harvey, L. Harris, C. Hazard, D. Hodgson, A. Hoyt, J. Jauhiainen, S. Juutinen, K-H. Knorr, R.K. Kolka, M.T. Könönen, T. Larmola, C.K. McCalley, J. McLaughlin, T.R. Moore, V. Rich, N. Roulet, J. Royles, J. Rutherford, D.S. Smith, M.M. Svenning, L. Tedersoo, P.Q. Thu, C.C. Trettin, E-Stiina Tuittila, Z. Urbanová, R.K. Varner, M. Wang, Z. Wang, M. Warren, M.M. Wiedermann, J.B. Yavitt, Z.G. Yu, G. Zhiguo, C. Zicheng and J.P. Chanton 2022. Latitude, elevation, and mean annual temperature predict peat organic matter chemistry at a global scale. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 36: doi: 10.1029/2021GB007057.
  • Živković T., M. Helbig & T.R. Moore 2022. Seasonal and spatial variability of N2 fixation at a cool temperate bog, southern Canada. JGR Biogeosciences 127: doi: 10.1029/2021JG006481.
  • Bear, S., J. Seward, L.J. Lamit, N. Basiliko, T. Moore, E. Lilleskov, J.B. Yavitt, C.W. Schadt, D. Solance Smith, J. Mclaughlin, H. Siljanen, N. Mykytczuk, S. Williams, N. Roulet, L. Harris, M.A. Carson, S. Watmough and S. Bräuer 2021. Beyond the usual suspects: methanogenic communities in eastern North American peatlands are also influenced by nickel and copper concentrations. FEMS Microbiology Letters 368: 21-24 doi.org/10.1093/femsle/fnab151.
  • Loisel, J., A.V. Gallego-Sala, M.J. Amesbury, G. Magnan, G. Anshari, D. Beilman, J.C. Benavides, J. Blewett, P. Camill, D.J. Charman, S. Chawchai, A. Hedgpeth, T. Kleinen, A. Korhola, D. Large, C.A. Mansilla, J. Muller, S. van Bellen, J.B. West, Z. Yu, J.L. Bubier, M. Garneau, T. Moore, A.B.K. Sannel, S. Page, M. Valiranta, M. Bechtold, V. Brovkin, L.E.S. Cole, J.P. Chanton, T.R. Christensen, M.A. Davies, F. De Vleeschouwer, S.A. Finkelstein, S. Frolking, M. Gałka, L. Gandois, N. Girkin, L.I. Harris, A. Heinemeyer, A.M. Hoyt, M.C. Jones, F. Joos, S. Juutinen, K. Kaiser, T. Lacourse, M. Lamentowicz, T. Larmola, J. Leifeld, A. Lohila, A.M. Milner, K. Minkkinen, P. Moss, B.D.A. Naafs, J. Nichols, J. O’Donnell, R. Payne, M. Philben, S. Piilo, A. Quillet, A.S. Ratnayake, T. Roland, S. Sjogersten, O. Sonnentag, G.T. Swindles, W. Swinnen, J. Talbot, C. Treat, A.C. Valach and J. Wu. 2021. Expert assessment of future vulnerability of the global peatland carbon sink. Nature Climate Change 11: 70-77 doi: 10.1038/s41558-020-00944-0.
  • Moore, T. 2021. Soils of Quebec. pp 470-480 in Digging into Canadian Soils: An Introduction to Soil Science ed. M. Krazic, F. Walley, A. Diochon, M. Pare and R. Farrell. Canadian Society of Soil Science.
  • Serk, H., M.B. Nilsson, E. Bohlin, I. Ehlers, T. Wieloch, C. Olid, S. Grover, K. Kalbitz, J. Limpens, T. Moore, W. Münchberger, J. Talbot, X. Wang, K-H. Knorr, V. Pancotto and J. Schleucher 2021. Global CO2 fertilization of Sphagnum peat mosses via suppression of photorespiration during the 20th century. Nature Scientific Reports 11(1): 24517
  • doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-02953-1.
  • Błędzki, L.A, J.L. Bubier, T.R. Moore and S. Juutinen 2020. Nutrient addition increases rotifer abundance and diversity in a temperate bog. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 194: 77-83 doi.org/10.1127/fal/2020/1302.
  • Harris, L.I., N.T. Roulet and T.R. Moore 2020. Short-term drainage reduces the resilience of a boreal peatland. Environmental Research Communications 2: 065001 doi:org/10.1088/2515-7620/ab9895.
  • Harris, L.I., N.T. Roulet and T.R. Moore 2020. Mechanisms for the development of peatland surface patterns in the Hudson Bay Lowland. Ecosystems 23: 741–767. doi:org/10.1007/s10021-019-00436-z.
  • Harris, L.I., T.R. Moore, N.T. Roulet and A.J. Pinsonneault 2020. Limited effect of drainage on peat properties, porewater chemistry, and peat decomposition proxies in a boreal peatland. Biogeochemistry 151: 43-62. doi:10.1007/s10533-020-00707-1.
  • MacDonald, G., J. Talbot, T. Moore, J. Arsenault, S. McCourt, A. Goertzen, M-É. Kessler-Nadeau, K. Manaugh, R. Maranger and B. Robinson 2020. Geographic versus institutional drivers of nitrogen footprints: A comparison of two urban universities. Environmental Research Letters 15: 045008. doi: org/10.1088/1748-9326/ab70bf.
  • Seward, J., M.A. Carson, L.J. Lamit, N. Basiliko, J. Yavitt, E. Lilleskov, C. Schadt, D. Solance Smith, J. Mclaughlin, N. Mykytczuk, S. Williams-Johnson, N. Roulet, T. Moore, L. Harris and S. Bräuer 2020. Peatland microbial community composition is driven by a natural climate gradient. Microbial Ecology 80: 593-602. doi:org/10.1007/s00248-020-01510-z.
  • Moore, T.R. and J.L. Bubier 2020. Plant and soil nitrogen in an ombrotrophic peatland, southern Canada. Ecosystems 23: 98-110. doi:org/10.1007/s10021-019-00390-w.
  • Arsenault J., J. Talbot, T.R. Moore, M-P. Beauvais, J. Franssen and N.T. Roulet 2019. The spatial heterogeneity of vegetation, hydrology and water chemistry in a pool-covered peatland. Ecosystems 22: 1352–1367. doi:org/10.1007/s10021-019-00342-4.
  • Moore, T.R., K-H. Knorr, L. Thompson, C. Roy and J.L. Bubier 2019. The effect of long-term fertilization on peat in an ombrotrophic bog. Geoderma 343: 176-186. doi:org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2019.02.034.
  • Arroyo-Mora, J.P., M. Kalacska, R. Soffer, T.R. Moore, N. Roulet, G. Ifimov, G. Leblanc and D. Inamdar 2018. Airborne hyperspectral evaluation of maximum gross photosynthesis, gravimetric water content and carbon uptake efficiency of the Mer Bleue ombrotrophic peatland. Remote Sensing 10: 565. doi:org/10.3390/rs/10040565.
  • Arsenault, J., J. Talbot and T.R. Moore 2018. Environmental controls of C, N and P biogeochemistry in peatland pools. Science of the Total Environment 631-632: 714-722. doi:org/ 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.03.064
  • Błędzki, L.A, J.L. Bubier, A.M. Ellison and T.R. Moore 2018. Rotifers are a missing source of nitrogen and phosphorus in temperate northeastern American bogs. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 191: 277-287. doi:10.1127/fal/2018/1133.
  • Goud, E.M., C. Watt and T.R. Moore 2018. Plant community composition along a peatland margin follows alternate successional pathways after hydrologic disturbance. Acta Oecologia 91: 65-72. doi:org/10.1016/j.actao.2018.06.006.
  • Harris, L.I., T.R. Moore, N.T. Roulet and A.J. Pinsonneault 2018. Lichens: a limit to peat growth? Journal of Ecology 106: 2301-2319. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.12975.
  • Hodgkins, S.B., C.J. Richardson, R. Dommain, H. Wang, P.H. Glaser, B. Verbeke, B.R. Winkler, M. Missilmani, N. Flanagan, M. Ho, A.M. Hoyt, C.F. Harvey, A.R. Cobb, V.I. Rich, S.R. Vining, M.A. Hough, T.R. Moore, P.J.H. Richard, F.B. De La Cruz, J. Toufaily, R. Hamdan, W.T. Cooper and J.P. Chanton 2018. Tropical peatland carbon storage linked to global latitudinal trends in peat recalcitrance. Nature Communications 9: 3640. doi:10.1038/s41467-018-06050-2.
  • Juutinen, S., T.R. Moore, J.L. Bubier, S. Arnkil, E. Humphreys, B. Marincak, C. Roy and T. Larmola 2018. Long-term nutrient addition increased CH4 emission from a bog through direct and indirect effects. Nature Scientific Reports 8: 3838. doi:10.1038/s41598-018-22210-2.
  • Kalacska, M., J.P. Arroyo-Mora, R.J. Soffer, N.T. Roulet, T.R. Moore, E. Humphreys, G. Leblanc, O. Lucanus and D. Inamdar 2018. Estimating peatland water table depth and net ecosystem exchange: A comparison between satellite and airborne imagery. Remote Sensing 10: 687. doi:org/10.3390/rs/10050687.
  • Malhotra, A., T.R. Moore, J. Limpens and N.T. Roulet 2018. Post-thaw variability in litter decomposition best explained by microtopography at an ice-rich subarctic peatland. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 50: (1) e1415622 (10 pp.) doi: 10.1080/15230430.2017.1415622.
  • Moore, T.R., M. Abraham, M. Kalácska, M.T. Murphy and C. Potvin 2018. Changes from pasture to a native tree plantation affect soil organic matter in a tropical soil, Panamá. Plant & Soil 425: 133-143. doi:10.1007/s11104-018-3574-0.
  • Moore, T.R., A. Alfonso and B.R. Clarkson 2018. Plant uptake of organic nitrogen in two peatlands. Plant & Soil 433: 391-400. doi:10.1007/s11104-018-3851-y.
  • Moore, T.R., D. Large, J. Talbot, M. Wang and J. Riley 2018. The stoichiometry of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen in peat. JGR Biogeosciences 123: 3101-3110. doi:org/10.1029/2018JG004574.
  • Wang, M., J. Talbot and T.R. Moore 2018. Drainage and fertilization effects on nutrient availability in an ombrotrophic peatland. Science of the Total Environment 621: 1255–1263. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.10.103.
  • Coomes, O.T., T.R. Moore and S. Breau 2017. The price of journals in geography. Professional Geographer 69: 251-262. doi:10.1080/00330124.2016.1229624.
  • Dalva, M., T.R. Moore, M. Kalacska and G. Leblanc 2017. Nitrous oxide, methane and carbon dioxide patterns and dynamics from an experimental pig mass grave. Forensic Science International 277: 229-240. doi:10.1016/j.forsciint.2017.05.013.
  • Goud, E.M., T.R. Moore and N.T. Roulet 2017. Plant species affect the rate and spatial distribution of peatland carbon flux. Functional Ecology 31: 1824-33. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12891.
  • Moore, T.R., J.A. Trofymow, C.E. Prescott, B.D. Titus and the CIDET Working Group 2017. Can short-term litter-bag measurements predict long-term decomposition in northern forests? Plant & Soil 416: 419-426. doi:10.1007/s11104-017-3228-7.
  • Talbot, J., T.R. Moore, M. Wang, C. Ouellet Dallaire and J.L. Riley 2017. Distribution of lead and mercury in Ontario peatlands. Environmental Pollution 231: 890-898. doi:org/ 10.1016/j.envpol.2017.08.095.
  • Živković, T., K. Disney and T.R. Moore 2017. Variations in nitrogen and phosphorus and 15N content of Sphagnum mosses along a climatic and atmospheric deposition gradient, eastern Canada. Botany 95: 829-839. doi: 10.1139/cjb-2016-0314.
  • Juutinen, S., T.R. Moore, A.M. Laine, J.L. Bubier, E-S. Tuittila, A. De Young and M. Chong 2016. Responses of mosses Sphagnum capillifolium and Polytrichum strictum to nitrogen deposition in a bog: height growth, ground cover, and CO2 exchange. Botany 94: 127-138 doi:10.11319/cjb-2015-0183.
  • Moore, T.R. and O.T. Coomes 2016. Publishing journal articles in Canadian geography. The Canadian Geographer 60: 23-31. doi:10.1111/cag.12252.
  • Pinsonneault, A.J., T.R. Moore, N.T. Roulet and J-F. Lapierre 2016. Biodegradability of vegetation-derived dissolved organic carbon in a cool temperate ombrotrophic bog. Ecosystems 19: 1023-1036. doi:10.1007/s10021-016-9984-z.
  • Pinsonneault, A.J., T.R. Moore, N.T. Roulet 2016. Effects of long-term fertilization on belowground stoichiometry and microbial enzyme activity in an ombrotrophic bog. Biogeochemistry 129: 149-164. doi:10.1007/s10533-016-0224-6.
  • Pinsonneault, A.J., T.R. Moore and N.T. Roulet 2016. Temperature is the dominant control on the enzyme-latch across a range of temperate peatland types. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 97: 121-130 doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2016.03.006.
  • Smyth, C.E., B. Titus, J.A. Trofymow, T.R. Moore, C.M. Preston, C.E. Prescott and CIDET Working Group 2016. Patterns of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus dynamics in decomposing wood blocks in Canadian forests. Plant & Soil 409: 459–477. doi:10.1007/s11104-016-2972-4.
  • Wang M., T. Larmola, M.T. Murphy, T.R. Moore and J.L. Bubier 2016. Stoichiometric response of shrubs and mosses to long-term nutrient (N, P and K) addition in an ombrotrophic peatland. Plant & Soil 400: 403-416 doi:10.​1007/​s11104-015-2744-6.
  • Dalva, M., T.R. Moore, M. Kalacska, G. Leblanc and A. Costopoulos 2015. Nitrous oxide, methane and carbon dioxide dynamics from experimental pig graves. Forensic Science International 247: 41-47. doi:10.1016/j.forsciint.2014.12.002.
  • Kim, Y., S. Ullah, N.T. Roulet and T.R. Moore 2015. Effect of inundation, oxygen and temperature on carbon mineralization in boreal ecosystems. Science of the Total Environment 511: 381-392 doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.12.065.
  • Kalacska, M., M. Lalonde and T.R. Moore 2015. Estimation of foliar chlorophyll and nitrogen content in an ombrotrophic bog from hyperspectral data: scaling from leaf to image. Remote Sensing of Environment 169: 270-279. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2015.08.012.
  • Wang, M., T.R. Moore, J. Talbot and J.L. Riley 2015. The stoichiometry of carbon and nutrients in peat formation. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 29: 113–121 doi:10.1002/2014GB005000.
  • Wu, Y., C. Blodau, T.R. Moore, J.L. Bubier, S. Juutinen and T. Larmola 2015. Effects of experimental nitrogen deposition on peatland carbon pools and fluxes: a modelling analysis. Biogeosciences 12: 79-101. doi:10.5194/bg-12-79-2015. (Revised version of Wu et al. 2014).
  • Bridgham S.D, T.R. Moore, C.J. Richardson and N.T. Roulet 2014. Greenhouse forcing and soil carbon sequestration in freshwater wetlands: a comment on Mitsch et al. (2013). Landscape Ecology 29: 1481-1485. doi:10.1007/s10980-014-0067-2.
  • Brown, M.G., E.R. Humphreys, T.R. Moore, N.T. Roulet and P.M. Lafleur 2014. Evidence for a non-monotonic relationship between ecosystem-scale peatland methane emissions and water table depth. JGR-Biogeosciences 119: 826-835. doi:10.1002/2013JG002576.
  • Camino Serrano, M., B. Gielen, S. Luyssaert, B. Guenet, S. Vicca, B. De Vos, N. Cools, W. Borken, B. Ahrens, N. Clarke, E. Graf-Panatier, T. Nieminen, L. Schwendenmann, T. Moore, B. Clarkson, M. Nilsson, A. Don, M. Morris, P. Ciais and I. Janssens 2014. Linking variability in soil solution dissolved organic carbon to climate, soil type, and vegetation type. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 28: 497-509. doi:10.1002/2013GB004726.
  • Clarkson, B.R., T.R. Moore, N.B. Fitzgerald, D. Thornburrow, C.H. Watts and S. Miller 2014. Water table regime regulates litter decomposition in restiad peatlands, New Zealand. Ecosystems 17: 317-326. doi:10.1007/s10021-013-9726-4.
  • Kim, Y., S. Ullah, T.R. Moore and N.T. Roulet 2014. Dissolved organic carbon and total dissolved nitrogen production by boreal soils and litter: the role of flooding, oxygen concentration, and temperature. Biogeochemistry 118: 35-48. doi:10.1007/s10533-013-9903-8.
  • Kross, A.S.E., N.T. Roulet, T.R. Moore, P.M. Lafleur, E.R. Humphreys, J.W. Seaquist, L.B. Flanagan and M. Aurela 2014. Phenology and its role in carbon dioxide exchange processes in northern peatlands. JGR-Biogeosciences 119: 1370-1384. doi:10.1002/2014JG002666.
  • Lai, D.Y.F., T.R. Moore and N.T. Roulet 2014. Spatial and temporal variations of methane flux measured by autochambers in a temperate ombrotrophic peatland. JGR-Biogeosciences 119: 864–880. doi:10.1002/2013JG002410.
  • Lai, D.F.Y., N.T. Roulet and T.R. Moore 2014. The spatial and temporal relationships between CO2 and CH4 exchange in a temperate ombrotrophic bog. Atmospheric Environment 89C: 249-259. doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2014.02.034.
  • Loisel, J., Z. Yu, D.W. Beilman, P. Camill, J. Alm, M.J. Amesbury, D. Anderson, S. Andersson, C. Bochicchio, K. Barber, L.R. Belyea, J. Bunbury, F. M. Chambers, D.J. Charman, F. De Vleeschouwer, B. Fiałkiewicz-Kozieł, S.A. Finkelstein, M. Gałka, M. Garneau, D. Hammarlund, W. Hinchcliffe, J. Holmquist, P. Hughes, M.C. Jones, E.S. Klein, U. Kokfelt, A. Korhola, P. Kuhry, A. Lamarre, M. Lamentowicz, D. Large, M. Lavoie, G. MacDonald, G. Magnan, M. Makila, G. Mallon, P. Mathijssen, D. Mauquoy, J. McCarroll, T.R. Moore, J. Nichols, B. O’Reilly, P. Oksanen, M. Packalen, D. Peteet, P.J.H. Richard, S. Robinson, T. Ronkainen, M. Rundgren, A. Britta, K. Sannel, C. Tarnocai, T. Thom, E.-S. Tuittila, M. Turetsky, M. Valiranta, M. van der Linden, B. van Geel, S. van Bellen, D. Vitt, Y. Zhao and W. Zhou 2014. A database and synthesis of northern peatland soil properties and Holocene carbon and nitrogen accumulation. The Holocene 24: 1028-1042. doi:10.1177/0959683614538073.
  • Peichl, M., A.M. Arain, T.R. Moore, J.J. Brodeur, M. Khomik, S. Ullah, N. Restrepo-Coupé, J. McLaren and M.R. Pejam 2014. Carbon and greenhouse gas balances in an age-sequence of temperate pine plantations. Biogeosciences 11: 5399-5410. doi:10.5194/bg-11-5399-2014.
  • Sharp, C.E., J.M. Graham, M.B. Stott, T.R. Moore, S.E. Grasby, M. Strack and P.F. Dunfield 2014. Distribution and diversity of Verrucomicrobia methanotrophs in geothermal and acidic environments. Environmental Microbiology 6: 1867-78 doi:10.1111/1462-2920.
  • Talbot, J., N.T. Roulet, O. Sonnentag and T.R. Moore 2014. Increases in aboveground biomass and leaf area 85 years after drainage in a bog. Botany 92: 713-721 doi:10.1139/cjb-2013-0319.
  • Turetsky, M.R., A. Kotowska, J. Bubier, N.B. Dise, P. Crill, E. Hornibrook, K. Minkinnen, T.R. Moore, I.H. Myers-Smith, H. Nykänen, D. Olefeldt, J. Rinne, S. Saarnio, N. Shurpali, J.M. Waddington, J. White, K. Wickland and M. Wilmking 2014. A synthesis of methane emissions from 71 northern, temperate, and subtropical wetlands. Global Change Biology 20: 2183-2197. doi:10.1111/gcb.12580.
  • Wang, M. and T.R. Moore 2014. Carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium stoichiometry in an ombrotrophic peatland reflects plant functional type. Ecosystems 17: 673-684. doi:10.1007/s10021-013-9726-4.
  • Wang, M., T.R. Moore, J. Talbot and P.J.H. Richard 2014. The cascade of C:N:P stoichiometry in an ombrotrophic peatland: from plants to peat. Environmental Research Letters 9:024003. doi:org/10.1088/1748-9326/9/2/024003.
  • Wang, M., M.T. Murphy and T.R. Moore 2014. Nutrient resorption of two evergreen shrubs in response to long-term fertilization in an ombrotrophic peatland. Oecologia 174: 365-377. doi:10.1007/s00442-013-2784-7.
  • Wu, H., C. Peng, T.R. Moore, D. Hua, C. Li, Q. Zhu, M. Peichl, M.A. Arain and Z. Guo 2014. Modeling dissolved organic carbon in temperate forest soils: TRIPLEX-DOC model development and validation. Geoscientific Model Development 7: 867-88. doi:10.5194/gmd-7-867-2014.
  • Wu, Y., C. Blodau, T.R. Moore, J.L. Bubier, S. Juutinen and T. Larmola 2014. Effects of experimental nitrogen deposition on peatland carbon pools and fluxes: a modeling analysis. Biogeosciences Discussions 11: 10271-10321. doi:10.5194/bgd-11-10271-2014.
  • Basiliko, N., K. Henry, V. Gupta, T.R. Moore, B.T. Driscoll and P.F. Dunfield 2013. Controls on bacterial and archaeal community structure and links to greenhouse gas production in natural, mined, and restored Canadian peatlands. Frontiers in Terrestrial Microbiology 4: 215. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2013.00215.
  • Bu, Z-J., X-X Zheng, H. Rydin, T. Moore and J. Ma 2013. Facilitation vs. competition: does interspecific interaction affect drought responses in Sphagnum? Basic & Applied Ecology 14: 574-584. doi: 10.1016/j.baae.2013.08.002.
  • Coomes, O.T., T.R. Moore, J. Paterson, S. Breau, N. Ross and N.T. Roulet 2013. Academic performance indicators for departments of geography in the U.S. and Canada. The Professional Geographer 65: 433-450. doi: 10.1080/00330124.2012.697798.
  • Kalacska, M., J.P. Arroyo-Mora, J. de Gea, E. Snirer, C. Herzog and T.R. Moore 2013. Videographic analysis of Eriophorum vaginatum spatial coverage in an ombrotrophic bog. Remote Sensing 5: 6501-6512. doi: 10.3390/rs5126501.
  • Larmola, T., J.L. Bubier, C. Kobyljanec, N. Basiliko, S. Juutinen, E. Humphreys, M. Preston and T.R. Moore 2013.Vegetation feedbacks of nutrient addition lead to a weaker carbon sink in an ombrotrophic bog. Global Change Biology 19: 3729-3739. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12328.
  • Basiliko, N., H. Stewart, T.R. Moore and N.T. Roulet 2012. Do root exudates enhance peat decomposition? Geomicrobiology Journal 29: 374-378. doi: org/10.1080/01490451.2011.568272.
  • Chong, M., E. Humphreys & T.R. Moore 2012. Microclimatic response to increasing shrub cover and its effect on Sphagnum CO2 exchange in a bog. Ecoscience 19: 89-97. doi: 10.2980/19-1-3489.
  • Dalva, M., M. Kalácska, T.R. Moore and A. Costopoulos 2012. Detecting graves with methane. Geoderma 189-90: 18-27.
  • Kothawala, D.N., C. Roehm, C. Blodau and T.R. Moore 2012. Selective adsorption of dissolved organic matter to mineral soils. Geoderma 189-190: 334-342.
  • Lai, D.Y.F., N.T. Roulet, E.R. Humphreys, T.R. Moore and M. Dalva 2012. The effect of atmospheric turbulence and chamber deployment period on autochamber CO2 and CH4 flux measurements in an ombrotrophic peatland. Biogeosciences 9: 3305-3322 doi: 10.5194/bg-9-3305-2012.
  • Laine, A., J. Bubier, T. Riutta, M. Nilsson, T.R. Moore, H. Vasander and E-S. Tuitilla 2012. Abundance and composition of plant biomass as potential controls for mire net ecosystem CO2 exchange. Botany 90: 63-74.
  • Limpens, J. G. Granath, R. Aerts, M., M.P.D. Heijmans, L.J. Sheppard, L. Bragazza, B. Williams, H. Rydin, J. Bubier, T. Moore, L. Rochefort, E.A.D. Mitchell, A. Buttler, L.J.L. van den Berg, U. Gunnarsson, A-J. Francez, R. Gerdol, M. Thormann, P. Grosvernier, M.M. Wiedermann, M.B. Nilsson, M.R. Hoosbeek, S. Bayley, J-F. Nordbakken, M.P.C.P. Paulissen, S. Hotes, A. Breeuwer, M. Ilomets, H.B.M. Tomassen, I. Leith and B. Xu 2012. Glasshouse vs field experiments: do they yield ecologically similar results for assessing N impacts on peat mosses? New Phytologist 195: 408-418.
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