John J Gibson
John J Gibson
University of Victoria - InnoTech Alberta Inc.
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Terrestrial water fluxes dominated by transpiration
S Jasechko, ZD Sharp, JJ Gibson, SJ Birks, Y Yi, PJ Fawcett
Nature 496 (7445), 347-350, 2013
Progress in isotope tracer hydrology in Canada
JJ Gibson, TWD Edwards, SJ Birks, NA St Amour, WM Buhay, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (1), 303-327, 2005
Climate change effects on hydroecology of Arctic freshwater ecosystems
TD Prowse, FJ Wrona, JD Reist, JJ Gibson, JE Hobbie, LMJ Lévesque, ...
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 35 (7), 347-358, 2006
Regional water balance trends and evaporation‐transpiration partitioning from a stable isotope survey of lakes in northern Canada
JJ Gibson, TWD Edwards
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 16 (2), 10-1-10-14, 2002
Estimating Evaporation Using Stable Isotopes: Quantitative Results and Sensitivity Analysis for Two Catchments in Northern Canada: Paper presented at the 9th Northern Res …
JJ Gibson, TWD Edwards, GG Bursey, TD Prowse
Hydrology Research 24 (2-3), 79-94, 1993
Deuterium excess in precipitation and its climatological significance
K Froehlich, JJ Gibson, PK Aggarwal
Flow‐weighted values of runoff tracers (δ18O, DOC, Ba, alkalinity) from the six largest Arctic rivers
LW Cooper, JW McClelland, RM Holmes, PA Raymond, JJ Gibson, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (18), 2008
Quantitative comparison of lake throughflow, residency, and catchment runoff using stable isotopes: modelling and results from a regional survey of Boreal lakes
JJ Gibson, EE Prepas, P McEachern
Journal of Hydrology 262 (1-4), 128-144, 2002
Global prediction of δA and δ2H‐δ18O evaporation slopes for lakes and soil water accounting for seasonality
JJ Gibson, SJ Birks, TWD Edwards
Global biogeochemical cycles 22 (2), 2008
Global prediction of δA and δ2H‐δ18O evaporation slopes for lakes and soil water accounting for seasonality
JJ Gibson, SJ Birks, TWD Edwards
Global biogeochemical cycles 22 (2), 2008
Short-term evaporation and water budget comparisons in shallow Arctic lakes using non-steady isotope mass balance
JJ Gibson
Journal of Hydrology 264 (1-4), 242-261, 2002
Hydrologic functions of wetlands in a discontinuous permafrost basin indicated by isotopic and chemical signatures
M Hayashi, WL Quinton, A Pietroniro, JJ Gibson
Journal of Hydrology 296 (1-4), 81-97, 2004
Forest fire induced impacts on phosphorus, nitrogen, and chlorophyll a concentrations in boreal subarctic lakes of northern Alberta
P McEachern, EE Prepas, JJ Gibson, WP Dinsmore
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (S2), 73-81, 2000
Climate change, flow regulation and land-use effects on the hydrology of the Peace-Athabasca-Slave system; Findings from the Northern Rivers Ecosystem Initiative
TD Prowse, S Beltaos, JT Gardner, JJ Gibson, RJ Granger, R Leconte, ...
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 113 (1-3), 167-197, 2006
Isotopes in water
Isotopes in palaeoenvironmental research, 1-66, 2006
Landscape variables influencing nutrients and phytoplankton communities in Boreal Plain lakes of northern Alberta: a comparison of wetland-and upland-dominated catchments
EE Prepas, D Planas, JJ Gibson, DH Vitt, TD Prowse, WP Dinsmore, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (7), 1286-1299, 2001
Stable isotope mass balance of lakes: a contemporary perspective
JJ Gibson, SJ Birks, Y Yi
Quaternary Science Reviews 131, 316-328, 2016
Estimation of evaporative loss based on the stable isotope composition of water using Hydrocalculator
G Skrzypek, A Mydłowski, S Dogramaci, P Hedley, JJ Gibson, PF Grierson
Journal of Hydrology 523, 781-789, 2015
Modeling daily discharge responses of a large karstic aquifer using soft computing methods: artificial neural network and neuro-fuzzy
B Kurtulus, M Razack
Journal of Hydrology 381 (1-2), 101-111, 2010
Freshwater ecosystems and fisheries
FJ Wrona, TD Prowse, JD Reist, R Beamish, A Korhola
Arctic Climate Impact Assessment, 354-452, 2005
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