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Tim Moore

Dept. of Geography
McGill University 
Room 626, Burnside Hall 
805 Sherbrooke St. W. 
Montreal, QC, H3A 0B9 
Tel: (514) 398-4961 
Fax:(514) 398-7437 

e-mail: tim.moore@mcgill.ca


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Recent and Current Graduate Students and Post-doctoral Fellows:

Ullah, S. 2006-9. Methane and nitrous oxide fluxes in forest soils. Post-doctoral Fellow. Currently Senior Lecturer, University of Birmingham, U.K.

Turgeon, J., 2008. Production and biodegradation of dissolved carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus from Canadian forest floors. Ph.D. Thesis.

Kothawala, D., 2009. Controls on the soil solution partitioning of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen in the mineral horizons of forested soils. Ph.D. Thesis. Currently Post-doctoral Researcher, University of Uppsala, Sweden.

McEnroe, N., 2009. Carbon biogeochemistry of open water pools on an ombrotrophic raised bog, James Bay, Québec, Canada. Ph.D. Thesis. (co-supervision with N. Roulet).

Murphy, M., 2009. Getting to the root of the matter: variations in vascular root biomass and production in peatlands and responses to global change. Ph.D. Thesis. Currently Program Coordinator, River Watch, Ottawa.

Peichl, M., 2009. Carbon cycling in a white pine plantation chronosequence, southern Ontario. Ph.D. Thesis, McMaster University (strong supervision role with A. Arain). Currently Assistant Professor, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, Sweden.

Juutinen, S. 2008-10. Carbon cycling in fertilized bogs. Post-doctoral Fellow (co-supervision with J. Bubier). Currently Research Scientist, University of Helsinki.

Chong, M., 2010. The microclimatic response to increasing shrub cover, and its consequent control on Sphagnum carbon dioxide exchange in an ombrotrophic bog. M.Sc. Thesis.

Alfonso, A., 2012. Organic nitrogen use by different plant functional types in a boreal peatland. M.Sc. Thesis.

Lai, D., 2012. Spatial and temporal variations of carbon dioxide and methane fluxes measured by autochambers at the Mer Bleue bog. Ph.D. Thesis. (co-supervision with N. Roulet). Currently Assistant Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Murphy, M. 2010-13. Root dynamics in peatlands. Post-doctoral Fellow. Currently Program Coordinator, River Watch, Ottawa.

Larmola, T. 2011-13. Carbon and nitrogen cycling in fertilized bogs. Post-doctoral Fellow. (co-supervision with J. Bubier). Currently Research Scientist, University of Helsinki.

De Young, A., 2014. Nitrous oxide and methane production and emission from the Mer Bleue bog and Mont Saint Hilaire forested swamp. M.Sc. Thesis. Currently financial analyst.

Goud, E., 2014. Short-term effects of a lowered water table on carbon cycling and plant community structure in a temperate bog margin. M.Sc. Thesis (co-supervision with N. Roulet). Currently Ph.D. student, Cornell University.

Lalonde, M., 2014. The hyperspectral determination of Sphagnum water content in a bog. M.Sc. Thesis (co-supervision with M. Kalacska). Currently financial analyst.

Wang, M., 2014. The C:N:P:K stoichiometry in an ombrotrophic peatland. Ph.D. Thesis. Currently Associate Professor, Northwest A&F University, Yangling, Shaanxi, China.

Pinsonneault, A., 2016. Substrate and enzymatic controls on temperate peatland carbon cycling. Ph.D. Thesis (co-supervision with N. Roulet). Currently PDF, Smithsonian Environmental Research Centre, MD, USA.

Brault, M-O., 2017. Introducing weathering into the UVic climate model. Ph.D. Thesis (co-supervision with L. Mysak, N. Roulet and D. Matthews).

Arsenault, J. in prep. Biogeochemistry of peatland pools at Grande Plée Bleue bog. M.Sc. thesis, Université de Montréal (co-supervision with J. Talbot).

Harris, L., in prep. Ecology and biogeochemistry of Hudson Bay Lowland peatlands. Ph.D. Thesis (co-supervision with N. Roulet).

Živković, T., in prep. Nitrogen fixation in peatlands. Ph.D. Thesis.

Lu, L., in prep. The cascade of dissolved organic matter in a bog. M.Sc. thesis.


Contact Information

Department of Geography
McGill University
805 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 2K6
phone: (514) 398-4111 fax: (514) 398-7437

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Last updated 21/11/2011