Gerard Rocher-Ros
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Landscape process domains drive patterns of CO2 evasion from river networks
G Rocher‐Ros, RA Sponseller, W Lidberg, CM Mörth, R Giesler
Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 2019
Persistent nitrogen limitation of stream biofilm communities along climate gradients in the Arctic
M Myrstener, G Rocher‐Ros, RM Burrows, AK Bergström, R Giesler, ...
Global change biology 24 (8), 3680-3691, 2018
Carbon emission from Western Siberian inland waters
J Karlsson, S Serikova, SN Vorobyev, G Rocher-Ros, B Denfeld, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 1-8, 2021
Stream metabolism controls diel patterns and evasion of CO2 in Arctic streams
G Rocher‐Ros, RA Sponseller, AK Bergström, M Myrstener, R Giesler
Global change biology 26 (3), 1400-1413, 2020
Global carbon dioxide efflux from rivers enhanced by high nocturnal emissions
L Gomez-Gener, G Rocher-Ros, T Battin, MJ Cohen, HJ Dalmagro, ...
Nature Geoscience 14 (5), 289-294, 2021
Nutrients influence seasonal metabolic patterns and total productivity of Arctic streams
M Myrstener, L Gómez‐Gener, G Rocher‐Ros, R Giesler, RA Sponseller
Limnology and Oceanography 66, S182-S196, 2021
Metabolism overrides photo‐oxidation in CO2 dynamics of Arctic permafrost streams
G Rocher‐Ros, TK Harms, RA Sponseller, M Väisänen, CM Mörth, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 66, S169-S181, 2021
Large Lakes Dominate CO2 Evasion From Lakes in an Arctic Catchment
G Rocher‐Ros, R Giesler, E Lundin, S Salimi, A Jonsson, J Karlsson
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (24), 12,254-12,261, 2017
Lessons learned from monitoring the stable water isotopic variability in precipitation and streamflow across a snow-dominated subarctic catchment
SW Lyon, SW Ploum, Y van Der Velde, G Rocher-Ros, CM Mörth, ...
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 50 (1), e1454778, 2018
Emission of greenhouse gases from water tracks draining Arctic hillslopes
TK Harms, G Rocher‐Ros, SE Godsey
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 125 (12), e2020JG005889, 2020
Distinct concentration‐discharge dynamics in temperate streams and rivers: CO2 exhibits chemostasis while CH4 exhibits source limitation due to temperature …
KS Aho, JH Fair, JD Hosen, ED Kyzivat, LA Logozzo, G Rocher‐Ros, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 66 (10), 3656-3668, 2021
Biophysical controls on CO2 evasion from Arctic inland waters
G Rocher-Ros
Umeå University, 2019
Groundwater discharge as a driver of methane emissions from Arctic lakes
C Olid, V Rodellas, G Rocher-Ros, J Garcia-Orellana, M Diego-Feliu, ...
Nature communications 13 (1), 1-9, 2022
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