Christian Dunn
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Peatlands: our greatest source of carbon credits?
C Dunn, C Freeman
Carbon Management 2 (3), 289-301, 2011
Methodologies for extracellular enzyme assays from wetland soils
C Dunn, TG Jones, A Girard, C Freeman
Wetlands 34 (1), 9-17, 2014
Is peat accumulation in mangrove swamps influenced by the “enzymic latch” mechanism?
S Saraswati, C Dunn, WJ Mitsch, C Freeman
Wetlands Ecology and Management 24 (6), 641-650, 2016
Quantifying dissolved organic carbon concentrations in upland catchments using phenolic proxy measurements
M Peacock, A Burden, M Cooper, C Dunn, CD Evans, N Fenner, ...
Journal of Hydrology 477, 251-260, 2013
Plant species effects on the carbon storage capabilities of a blanket bog complex
C Dunn, TG Jones, S Roberts, C Freeman
Wetlands 36 (1), 47-58, 2016
Decomposition as a regulator of carbon accretion in mangroves: a review
SD Friesen, C Dunn, C Freeman
Ecological Engineering 114, 173-178, 2018
Constructed wetlands may lower inorganic nutrient inputs but enhance DOC loadings into a drinking water reservoir in North Wales
C Scholz, TG Jones, M West, AMS Ehbair, C Dunn, C Freeman
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23 (18), 18192-18199, 2016
The role of molecular weight in the enzyme-inhibiting effect of phenolics: the significance in peatland carbon sequestration
C Dunn, C Freeman
Ecological Engineering 114, 162-166, 2018
Small changes in water levels and groundwater nutrients alter nitrogen and carbon processing in dune slack soils
J Rhymes, L Jones, H Wallace, TG Jones, C Dunn, N Fenner
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 99, 28-35, 2016
A Potential Approach for Enhancing Carbon Sequestration During Peatland Restoration Using Low-Cost, Phenolic-Rich Biomass Supplements
A Alshehri, C Dunn, C Freeman, S Hugron, TG Jones, L Rochefort
Frontiers in Environmental Science, 2020
Investigating whether light intensity can modify decomposition rates in peatlands through control of the ‘enzymic latch’
C Dunn, P Zieliński, M Kent, C Freeman
Ecological Engineering 114, 167-172, 2018
The drinking water contaminant dibromoacetonitrile delays G1-S transition and suppresses Chk1 activation at broken replication forks
T Caspari, J Dyer, N Fenner, C Dunn, C Freeman
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
Options for geoengineering the climate via microorganisms: a peatland case study.
C Dunn, N Fenner, A Shirsat, C Freeman
Climate change and microbial ecology: current research and future trends …, 2016
Generating carbon credits through application of the enzymic latch mechanism in peatland carbon sequestration
C Dunn
Prifysgol Bangor University, 2013
An affordable methodology for quantifying waterborne microplastics-an emerging contaminant in inland-waters
C Dunn, J Owens, L Fears, L Nunnerley, J Kirby, OL Armstrong, ...
Journal of Limnology 79 (1), 2020
Groundwater nutrients and water levels alter
J Rhymes, L Jones, H Wallace, T Jones, C Dunn, N Fenner
The Fate and Impact of Groundwater Nitrogen Contamination on Dune Slack …, 2015
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