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Item #d94may74

Methane Emission by Bubbling from Gatun Lake, Panama," M. Keller (Inst. Tropical Forestry, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico), R.F. Stallard, J. Geophys. Res., 99(D4), 8307-8319, Apr. 20, 1994.

Item #d94may75

Two items in Biogeochem., 24(2), Feb. 1994:

"Methane Emissions Associated with a Green Manure Amendment to Flooded Rice in California," J.G. Lauren (Soil Sci. Dept., Cornell Univ., Ithaca NY 14853), G.S. Pettygrove, J.M. Duxbury, 53-65.

"Quantification of Methane Oxidation in the Rhizosphere of Emergent Aquatic Macrophytes: Defining the Upper Limits," G. Gerard, J. Chanton (Dept. Oceanog., Florida State Univ., Tallahassee FL 32306), 79-97.

Item #d94may76

"Methane and Carbon Dioxide Concentrations in Bogs and Fens -- with Special Reference to the Effects of the Botanical Composition of the Peat," M. Nilsson (Dept. For. Ecol., Swed. Univ. Agric. Sci., S-901 83 Umea, Swed.), E. Bohlin, J. Ecol., 81(4), 615-625, Dec. 1993.

Item #d94may77

"Methane Emissions from Wetlands in the Midboreal Region of Northern Ontario, Canada," J.L. Bubier (Dept. Geog., McGill Univ., Montreal PQ H3A 2K6, Can.), T.R. Moore, N.T. Roulet, Ecology, 74(8), 2240-2254, Dec. 1993.

Item #d94may78

"Methane and Nitrous Oxide Flux in a Wyoming Subalpine Meadow," A.R. Mosier (USDA ARS, Box E, Fort Collins CO 80522), L.K. Klemedtsson et al., Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 7(4), 771-784, Dec. 1993.

Item #d94may79

"Seasonal Distribution of Methane Flux in a Minnesota Peatland Measured by Eddy Correlation," N.J. Shurpali (Dept. Agric. Meteor., Univ. Nebraska, POB 830728, Lincoln NE 68583), S.B. Verma et al., J. Geophys. Res., 98(D11), 20,649-20,655, Nov. 20, 1993.

Item #d94may80

"The Beaufort Sea Continental Shelf as a Seasonal Source of Atmospheric Methane," K.A. Kvenvolden (USGS, MS-999, 345 Middlefield Rd., Menlo Pk. CA 94025), M.D. Lilley et al., Geophys. Res. Lett., 20(22), 2459-2462, Nov. 19, 1993.

Item #d94may81

Two items from J. Geophys. Res., 98(D10), Oct. 20, 1993:

"Modeling Trace Gas Budgets in the Troposphere. 2. CH4 and CO," K.S. Law (Ctr. Atmos. Sci., Univ. Cambridge, Lensfield Rd., Cambridge CB2 1EW, UK), J.A. Pyle, 18,401-18,412.

"Rhizospheric Methane Oxidation Determined via the Methyl Fluoride Inhibition Technique," M.A. Epp (Dept. Oceanog., Florida State Univ., Tallahassee FL 32306), J.P. Chanton, 18,413-18,422.

Item #d94may82

Three items from Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 7(3), Sep. 1993:

"Carbon Remineralization in a North Florida Swamp Forest: Effects of Water Level on the Pathways and Rates of Soil Organic Matter Decomposition," J.D. Happell (Dept. Appl. Sci., Brookhaven Natl. Lab., Upton NY 11973), J.P. Chanton, 475-490.

"The Importance of Episodic Events in Controlling the Flux of Methane from an Anoxic Basin," M.I. Scranton (Mar. Sci. Res. Ctr., State Univ. New York, Stony Brook NY 11794), P. Crill et al., 491-507.

"The Fate of Methane in the Hudson River and Estuary," M.A. de Angelis (Dept. Oceanog., Humboldt State Univ., Arcata CA 95521), M.I. Scranton, 509-524.

Item #d94may83

Two items from J. Geophys. Res., 98(D8), Aug. 20, 1993:

"Atmospheric Methane at Cape Meares: Analysis of a High-Resolution Data Base and Its Environmental Implications," M.A.K. Khalil (Oregon Grad. Inst., 20,000 NW Walker Rd., Portland OR 97291), R.A. Rasmussen, F. Moraes, 14,753-14,770.

"Stable Isotopes as Tracers of Methane Dynamics in Everglades Marshes With and Without Active Populations of Methane Oxidizing Bacteria," J.D. Happell (Brookhaven Natl. Lab., Upton NY 11973), J.P. Chanton et al., 14,771-14,782.

Item #d94may84

"Environmental Factors Controlling Methane Emissions from Peatlands in Northern Minnesota," N.B. Dise (North Cent. For. Exper. Sta., USDA For. Serv., Grand Rapids MN 55744), E. Gorham, E.S. Verry, ibid., 98(D6), 10,583-10,594, June 20, 1993.

Item #d94may85

"Fluxes of Greenhouse Gases Between Soils and the Atmosphere in a Temperate Forest Following a Simulated Hurricane Blowdown," R.D. Bowden (Dept. Environ. Sci., Allegheny Coll., Meadville PA 16335), M.S. Castro et al., Biogeochem., 21(2), 61-71, May 1993.

Item #d94may86

"Hydraulic Reversals and Episodic Methane Emissions During Drought Cycles in Mires," E.A. Romanowicz (Heroy Geol. Lab., Syracuse Univ., Syracuse NY 13244), D.I. Siegel, P.H. Glaser, Geology, 21(3), 231-234, Mar. 1993. Used the drought of 1990 as an analogue to predict changes in CH4 emissions to the atmosphere from boreal peatlands under global warming conditions.

Item #d94may87

"Relationships Among Typha Biomass, Pore Water Methane, and Reflectance in a Delaware (USA) Brackish Marsh," M.F. Gross (Dept. Biol., Georgian Court Coll., Lakewood NJ 08701), M.A. Hardisky et al., J. Coastal Res., 9(2), 339-355, Spring 1993.

Item #d94may88

Two items from Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 7(1), Mar. 1993:

"Oxidation of Atmospheric Methane in Soil: Measurements in the Field, in Soil Cores and in Soil Samples," M. Koschorreck (M. Planck Inst. Terr. Mikrobiol., Karl von Frisch Str., D-3550 Marburg/Lahn, Ger.), R. Conrad, 109-122.

"Methane Emission from Minnesota Peatlands: Spatial and Seasonal Variability," N.B. Dise (Dept. Ecol., Evol. & Behav., Univ. Minnesota, 318 Church St. SE, Minneapolis MN 55455), 123-142.

Item #d94may89

"Formation of Carbon Monoxide from the Photodegradation of Terrestrial Dissolved Organic Carbon in Natural Waters," R.L. Valentine (Dept. Civ. & Environ. Eng., Univ. Iowa, Iowa City IA 52242), R.G. Zepp, Environ. Sci. Technol., 27(2), 409-412, Feb. 1993.

Item #d94may90

"CO2, CH4 and N2O Flux Through a Wyoming Snowpack and Implications for Global Budgets," R.A. Sommerfeld (USDA For. Serv., 240 W. Prospect Rd., Fort Collins CO 80526), A.R. Mosier, R.C. Musselman, Nature, 361(6408), 140-142, Jan. 14, 1993.

Item #d94may91

"13C Natural Abundance Variations in Carbonates and Organic Carbon from Boreal Forest Wetlands," H.M. Rask (Dept. Soil Sci., Univ. Saskatchewan, Saskatoon SK S7N 0W0, Can.), J.J. Schoenau, Biogeochem., 22(1), 23-35, 1993.

Item #d94may92

"Kinetic Isotopic Fractionation During Air-Water Gas Transfer of O2, N2, CH4, and H2," M. Knox (Atlantic Oceanog. & Meteor. Lab., NOAA, 4301 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami FL 33149), P.D. Quay, D. Wilbur, J. Geophys. Res., 97(C12), 20,335-20,343, Dec. 15, 1992.

Item #d94may93

"Seasonality of Methane Emissions from Five Lakes and Associated Wetlands of the Colorado Rockies," L.K. Smith (Ctr. Limnol., Univ. Colorado, Boulder CO 80309), W.M. Lewis Jr., Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 6(4), 323-338, Dec. 1992.

Item #d94may94

"Mixing Ratios of Carbon Monoxide in the Troposphere," P.C. Novelli (CIRES, Univ. Colorado, Boulder CO 80309), L.P. Steele, P.P. Tans, J. Geophys. Res., 97(D18), 20,731-20,750, Dec. 20, 1992.

Item #d94may95

"Rapid Analysis of Climate Gases by Wide Bore Capillary Gas Chromatography," B.K. Sitaula, J. Luo, L.R. Bakken (Dept. Biotechnol. Sci., Agric. Univ. Norway, 1432 Aas-NLH, Nor.), J. Environ. Qual., 21, 493-496, July-Sep. 1992.

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