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Green, Sophie ; Baird, Andy J.; Boardman, Carl P. and Gauci, Vincent (2014). A mesocosm study of the effect of restoration on methane (CH4) emissions from blanket peat. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 22(5) pp. 523–537.

Boardman, Carl P.; Gauci, Vincent; Fox, Andrew; Blake, Stephen and Beerling, David J. (2013). Reduction of the temperature sensitivity of minerotrophic fen methane emissions by simulated glacial atmospheric carbon dioxide starvation. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 118(2) pp. 462–470. file

Frederickson, J.; Boardman, C. P.; Gladding, T. L.; Simpson, A. E.; Howell, G. and Sgouridis, F. (2013). Evidence: Biofilter performance and operation as related to commercial composting. Environment Agency, Bristol. file

Boardman, Carl P.; Gauci, Vincent; Watson, Jonathan S.; Blake, Stephen and Beerling, David J. (2011). Contrasting wetland CH4 emission responses to simulated glacial atmospheric CO2 in temperate bogs and fens. New Phytologist, 192(4) pp. 898–911. file

Green, S; Boardman, Carl; Baird, A and Gauci, Vincent (2011). Investigation of peatland restoration (grip blocking) techniques to achieve best outcomes for methane and greenhouse gas emissions/balance. Controlled Environment (Mesocosm) Experiment. Final Report to Defra. Project code SP1202. Defra. file

Davison, Brian; Whyatt, Duncan and Boardman, Carl (2009). Aerosol evolution from a busy road in North-West England. Meteorologische Zeitschrift, 18(1) pp. 55–60.

Boardman, C.; Gauci, V. and Beerling, D. (2008). Wetland methane emission response to last glacial maximum atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration. In: American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2008, 15-18 December 2008, San Francisco, USA.

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