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Evans, Chris D.; Page, Susan E.; Jones, Tim; Moore, Sam; Gauci, Vincent; Laiho, Raija; Hruška, Jakub; Allott, Tim E. H.; Billett, Michael F.; Tipping, Ed; Freeman, Chris and Garnett, Mark H. (2014). Contrasting vulnerability of drained tropical and high-latitude peatlands to fluvial loss of stored carbon. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 28(11) pp. 1215–1234.

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Gauci, Vincent; Moore, Sam; Evans, Chris and Page, Susan (2011). A large fluvial pulse of organic carbon following the Bornean peat swamp forest fires of 2009. In: European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2011, 3-8 Apr 2011, Vienna, Austria.

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Moore, Sam; Evans, Chris D.; Page, Susan E.; Garnett, Mark H.; Jones, Tim G.; Freeman, Chris; Hooijer, Aljosja; Wiltshire, Andrew J.; Limin, Suwido H. and Gauci, Vincent (2013). Deep instability of deforested tropical peatlands revealed by fluvial organic carbon fluxes. Nature, 493 pp. 660–663.

Moore, S.; Gauci, V.; Evans, C. D. and Page, S. E. (2011). Fluvial organic carbon losses from a Bornean blackwater river. Biogeosciences, 8(4) pp. 901–909.

Moore, S.; Gauci, V.; Page, S.; Evans, C. and Limin, S. (2010). Fluvial organic carbon losses from a Bornean blackwater river. In: 2010 AGU (American Geophysical Union) Fall Meeting, 13-17 Dec 2010, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Moore, S.; Gauci, V.; Evans, C. D. and Page, S. E. (2010). Fluvial organic carbon losses from a Bornean black water river. Biogeosciences Discussions, 7(6) pp. 8319–8343.

Moore, Samuel; Gauci, Vincent; Gosling, William; Page, Susan and Evans, Chris (2009). Losses of dissolved organic carbon from natural and degraded tropical peatlands in Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia. In: 2nd International Symposium on Peatlands in the Global Carbon Cycle, 25-30 Sep 2009, Prague, Czech Republic.

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Pangala, Sunitha R.; Moore, Sam; Hornibrook, Edward R. C. and Gauci, Vincent (2013). Trees are major conduits for methane egress from tropical forested wetlands. New Phytologist, 197(2) pp. 524–531.

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