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Refereed Articles

Other Published Works

Invited Talks

Volunteered Presentations

Theses

Refereed Articles

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92. Persaud, B., P. Whitfield, W. Quinton, In Review. Assessing the consistency of temperature and precipitation between observations and three gridded datasets in the Canadian subarctic. Climatology.

91. Haughton, E., E. Chasmer, O. Sonnentag and W. Quinton, In Review. Implications of permafrost thaw on snow cover and snow melt in a subarctic peat plateau bog complex. Hydrological Processes.

90. Braverman, M., and W. Quinton, In Review. Permafrost degradation under a linear disturbance in the discontinuous permafrost. Hydrological Processes.

89. Burda, K., S. Tank, N. Dione, W. Quinton, C. Spence, D. Olefeldt, In Review. Importance of spring freshet for magnitude and chemical composition of dissolved organic carbon exported from burned and unburned peatland-rich catchments within the discontinuous permafrost zone. Hydrology Earth System Science.

88. Gibson, CM, Chasmer, LE, Thompson, DK, Quinton, WL, Flannigan, MD, Olefeldt, D, In Review. Wildfire as a major driver of recent permafrost thaw in boreal peatlands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

87. Warren, R.K, P. Christoforos, M. Helbig, L. Chasmer, R. Patankar, A. Berg, J. Baltzer, W.L. Quinton, and O. Sonnentag, In Press. Minor contribution of black spruce transpiration to evapotranspiration in boreal permafrost peatlands, Ecohydrology. PDF

86. Gharedaghloo, B., J. Price, F. Rezanezhad, W.L. Quinton, In Review. Evaluating the hydraulic and transport properties of peat soil using pore network modeling and X-Ray micro computed tomography. Journal of Hydrology.

85. Connon, R.F., É Devoie, W.L. Quinton, T. Veness, M. Hayashi, In Press. The influence of shallow taliks on permafrost thaw and active layer dynamics in subarctic Canada. Journal of Geophysical Research.

84. Helbig, M., W. Quinton and O. Sonnentag, In Press. Warmer spring increases annual methane emissions from a boreal peat landscape with sporadic permafrost. Environmental Research Letters. PDF

83. Helbig M., Chasmer L., Desai, A., Kljun N., Quinton W., Sonnentag O., 2017. Direct and indirect climate change effects on carbon dioxide fluxes in a thawing boreal forest-wetland landscape. Global Change Biology, 23: 3231–3248. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13638. PDF

82. Helbig, M., L. Chasmer, N. Kljun, W. Quinton, C Treat, O. Sonnentag, 2016. The positive net radiative greenhouse gas forcing of increasing methane emissions from a thawing boreal forest-wetland landscape. Global Change Biology.10.1111/gcb.13520. PDF

81. Merchant, M.A., Adams, J.R., Berg, A.A., Baltzer, J.L., Quinton, W.L., Chasmer, L.E., In Review. The contributions of C-band SAR multipolarization data and polarimetric decompositions to subarctic boreal peatland mapping. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, 10(4):1467-1482. DOI: 10.1109/JSTARS.2016.2621043. PDF

80. Pelletier, N., J. Talbot, D. Olefeldt, M. Turetsky, C. Blodau, O.Sonnentag and W.L. Quinton, 2017. Influence of Holocene permafrost aggradation and thaw on the paleoecology and carbon storage of a peatland complex in northwestern Canada. The Holocene, 27(9) 1391-1405. DOI: 10.1177/0959683617693899. PDF

79. Helbig M, Wischnewski K, Kljun N, Chasmer L, Quinton W, Detto M, Sonnentag, O., 2016. Regional atmospheric cooling and wetting effect of permafrost thaw-induced boreal forest loss. Global Change Biology, 22, 4048-4066. doi:10.1111/gcb.13348. PDF

78. Kurylyk, B.L., M. Hayashi, W.L. Quinton, J.M. McKenzie and C.I. Voss, 2016. Influence of vertical and lateral heat transfer on permafrost thaw, peatland landscape transition, and groundwater flow, Water Resources Research, 52, doi:10.1002/2015WR018057. PDF

77. Mohammed, A., R.A. Schincariol, W.L. Quinton, R.M. Nagare, and Flerchinger, G.N., 2015. On the use of mulching to mitigate permafrost thaw due to linear disturbances in sub-arctic peatlands. Ecological Engineering, 102 (2017) 207–223. PDF

76. Helbig, M., K. Wischnewski, G. Gosselin, S. Biraud, I. Bogoev, W. Chan, E. Euskirchen, A. Glenn, P. Marsh, W. Quinton, O. Sonnentag, 2016. Addressing a systematic bias in carbon dioxide flux measurements with the EC150 and the IRGASON open-path gas analyzers. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 228, 349–359. PDF

75. Gordon, J., W. Quinton, B. Branfireun, D. Olefeltd, 2016. Mercury and methylmercury biogeochemistry in a thawing permafrost wetland complex, Northwest Territories, Canada. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10911. PDF

74. Williams, T.J., J. W. Pomeroy, J. R. Janowicz, S. Carey, K. Rasouli, & W.L. Quinton, 2015. A radiative–conductive–convective approach to calculate thaw season ground surface temperatures for modelling frost table dynamics. Hydrological Processes, 29, 3954–3965. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10573. PDF

73. Connon, R., W. Quinton, J. Craig, J. Hanisch, O. Sonnentag, 2015. The hydrology of interconnected bog complexes in discontinuous permafrost terrains. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10604. PDF

72. Braverman, M. & W. Quinton, 2015. Hydrological impacts of seismic lines in the wetland-dominated zone of thawing, discontinuous permafrost, Northwest Territories, Canada. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10695. PDF

71. DeBeer, C., H. Wheater, W. Quinton, S. Carey, R. Stewart, M. MacKay, P. Marsh, 2014. The Changing Cold Regions Network: Observation, Diagnosis, and Prediction of Environmental Change in the Saskatchewan and Mackenzie River Basins, Canada. Science China: Earth Sciences. Special Issue: Watershed science: bridge the new advancements in hydrological science with good management of river basins. X. Li, G. Zhang, C. He, T. Yue (eds.). Vol. 57, No. 1, p. 1-16. PDF

70. Patankar, R., W. Quinton, M. Hayashi, J. Baltzer, 2015. Sap flow responses to seasonal thaw and permafrost degradation in a subarctic boreal peatland. Trees - Structure and Function: Volume 29, Issue 1, 129-142. DOI 10.1007/s00468-014-1097-8. PDF

69. Mohammed, A., R. Schincariol, R. Nagare and W. Quinton, 2014. Reproducing Field-Scale Active Layer Thaw in the Lab. Vadose Zone Journal, 13 (8), doi:10.2136/vzj 20 14.01.0008. PDF

68. Rezanezhad, F., J. Price, W. Quinton, B. Lennartz, T. Milojevic, P. VanCappellen, 2016. Structure of peat soils and implications for water storage, flow and solute transport: A review update for geochemists. Chemical Geology, 429, 75-84. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0009254116301243. PDF

67. Connon, R., W. Quinton, J. Craig and M. Hayashi, 2014. Changing hydrologic connectivity due to permafrost thaw in the lower Liard River valley, NWT, Canada. Hydrological Processes. pp. 4163-4178. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10206. PDF

66. Chasmer, L, C. Hopkinson, T. Veness, W. Quinton, and J. Baltzer, 2014. A decision-tree classification for low-lying complex land cover types within the zone of discontinuous permafrost. Remote Sensing of Environment, 143: 73-84. PDF

65. Baltzer, JL, R. Patankar, A. Downey, and W. Quinton, 2013. Impacts of seasonal thaw and permafrost degradation on Picea mariana root function in a subarctic boreal peatland. Acta Horticulturae 991: 141-148. http://ictinternational.com/casestudies/impacts-of-seasonal-and-permafrost-thaw-on-picea-mariana-root-function-in-a-subarctic-boreal-peatland/

64. Raleigh, M., C. Landry, M. Hayashi, W. Quinton, J. Lundquist, 2013. Approximating snow surface temperature from standard temperature and humidity data: New possibilities for snow model and remote sensing evaluation. Water Resources Research, 49: 8053-69. doi:10.1002/2013WR013958. PDF

63. Quinton, WL and J. Blatzer, 2013. Changing surface water systems in the discontinuous permafrost zone: implications to stream flow. Cold and Mountain Region Hydrological Systems under Climate Change: Towards Improved Projections. IAHS Publication 360, 85-92. PDF

62. Patankar, R, W. Quinton, and J. Baltzer, 2013. Permafrost-driven differences in habitat quality determine plant response to gall-inducing mite herbivoty. Journal of Ecology, 101: 1042-1052. PDF

61. Williams, T, W Quinton and JL Baltzer, 2013. Linear disturbances on discontinuous permafrost: implications for thaw-induced changes to land cover and drainage patterns. Environmental Research Letters, 8: 025006. 2013. (Highlighted in journal commentary). PDF

60. Baltzer, J., T. Veness, A. Sniderhan, L. Chasmer and W. Quinton, 2014. Forests on thawing permafrost: fragmentation, edge effects, and net forest loss. Global Change Biology, 20(3): 824-834. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12349. PDF

59. Williams, T. and W. Quinton, 2013. Modelling Incoming Radiation on a Linear Disturbance and its Impact on the Ground Thermal Regime in Discontinuous Permafrost. Hydrological Processes, 27, 1854–1865. PDF

58. Quinton, W.L. and J.L. Blatzer, 2013. The active-layer hydrology of a peat plateau with thawing permafrost (Scotty Creek, Canada). Hydrogeology Journal: Volume 21, Issue 1, Page 201-220, DOI 10.1007/s10040-012-0935-2. PDF

57. Nagare, R.M., R.A. Schincariol, A. Mohammed, W.L. Quinton, and M. Hayashi, 2012. Measuring saturated hydraulic conductivity and anisotropy of peat by a modified split container method, HJ-2011-2056.R2, Hydrogeology Journal, 21: 515-20. doi: 10.1007/s10040-012-0930-7.

56. Nagare, R.M., R.A. Schincariol, W.L. Quinton, and M. Hayashi, 2012. Moving the field into the lab: Simulation water and heat transport in sub-Arctic peat, Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 23(3), 237-243.

55. Nagare, R.M., R.A. Schincariol, W.L. Quinton, M. Hayashi, 2012. Effects of freezing on soil temperature, freezing front propagation and moisture redistribution in peat: laboratory investigations, Hydrology & Earth System Science, 16(2), 501-515, doi:10.5194/hess-16-501-2012. PDF

54. Chasmer, L., A. Kenward, W. Quinton, R. Petrone, 2012. CO2 Exchanges within zones of rapid conversion from permafrost plateau to bog and fen land cover types, Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 44(4), 399-411. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1657/1938-4246-44.4.399. PDF

53. Waddington, J.M., D.K. Thompson, M. Wotton, W.L. Quinton. M.D. Flannigan, B.W. Benscoter, S.A. Baisley, And M.R. Turetsky, 2012. Examining the utility of the Canadian Forest Fire Weather Index System in boreal peatlands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 42:47-58.

52. Chasmer, L., C. Hopkinson, R. Petrone, and W. Quinton, 2011. Fusion of airborne LiDAR and WorldView-2 MS data for classification of depth to permafrost within Canada’s sub-Arctic. SilviLaser, Oct. 16-20, Hobart, Australia. PDF

51. Nagare, R.M., R.A. Schincariol, W.L. Quinton, M. Hayashi, 2011. Laboratory calibration of time domain reflectometry to determine moisture content in undisturbed peat samples, European Journal of Soil Science, 62(4), 505-515, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2389.2011.01351.x.

50. Hayashi, M., A. McClymont, B. Christensen, L. Bentley, W. Quinton, 2011. Thawing of permafrost peatlands: Effects of water-energy feedback on landscape evolution. Refereed proceedings of the Joint Meeting of the International Association of Hydrogeologists, Canadian National Chapter and the Canadian Quaternery Association, Quebec City, August 27-31, 2011. PDF

49. Quinton, W.L., L. Chasmer and R. Petrone, 2011. Permafrost loss and a new approach to the study of subarctic ecosystems in transition. Cold regions hydrology in a changing climate (HO2). IAHS Publication no. 345, pp. 98-102.

48. Endrizzi, S., W.L. Quinton and P. Marsh, In Review. Examining the spatial pattern of ground thaw in the Arctic tundra from distributed modelling and field observation. The Cryosphere.

47. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi and L.E. Chasmer, 2011. Permafrost-thaw-induced land-cover change in the Canadian subarctic: implications for water resources. Hydrological Processes, Scientific Briefing, 25, 152–158. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7894. PDF

46. Chasmer, L., R. Petrone, S. Brown, C. Hopkinson, C. Mendoza, J. Diiwu, W. Quinton, and K. Devito, 2011. Sensitivity of modelled evapotranspiration to canopy characteristics within the Western Boreal Plain, Alberta. IAHS Publ. 352, C. Neale and R. Gerber (eds.). PDF

45. Chasmer, L., W. Quinton, C. Hopkinson, R. Petrone, and P. Whittington, 2011. Vegetation canopy and radiation controls on permafrost plateau evolution within the discontinuous permafrost zone, Northwest Territories, Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 22: 199–213. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.724. PDF

44. Chasmer, L., C. Hopkinson, and W. Quinton, 2010. Quantifying errors in historical permafrost plateau change in the Canadian sub-arctic from aerial photography and airborne lidar: 1947 to present. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 36(2), S211–S223. PDF

43. Christensen, B., M. Hayashi and W.L. Quinton, 2010. Hydrology of discontinuous permafrost: Effects of permafrost plateau geometry on subsurface drainage. 6th Canadian Conference on Permafrost, Calgary, Alberta, 12-16 Sept., 2010. PDF

42. McClymont, A.F., L.R. Bentley, M. Hayashi, B. Christensen and W.L. Quinton, 2010. Geophysical imaging of discontinuous permafrost in northwest Canada. EAGE, Near Surface Geophysics. DOI: 10.3997/2214-4609.20144802.

41. Zhang Y., S.K. Carey, W.L. Quinton, J. R. Janowicz, J. Pomeroy and G. N. Flerchinger, 2010. Comparison of algorithms and parameterisations for infiltration into organic-covered permafrost soils. Hydrology and Earth System Science, 14, 729–750. PDF

40. Rezanezhad, F., W.L. Quinton, J.S. Price, D. Elrick, T. Elliot, K.R. Shook, 2010. Influence of Pore Size and Geometry on Peat Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity Computed from 3D Computed Tomography Images. Hydrological Processes, 24, 2983–2994. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7709. PDF

39. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi and L. Chasmer, 2009. Peatland Hydrology of Discontinuous Permafrost in the Northwest Territories: Overview and Synthesis. Canadian Water Resources Journal, 34(4): 311–328. PDF

38. Quinton, W.L., R. Bemrose, S.K. Carey and Yinsuo Zhang, 2009. The influence of spatial variability in snowmelt and active layer thaw on hillslope drainage for an Alpine tundra hillslope. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7327. PDF

37. Rezanezhad, F, W.L. Quinton, J.S. Price, D. Elrick, T.R. Elliot, and R.J. Heck, 2009. Examining the effect of pore size distribution and shape on flow through unsaturated peat using computed tomography. Hydrology and Earth System Science, 13, 1993-2002. PDF

36. Quinton, W.L., T. Elliot, J.S. Price, F. Rezanezhad and R. Heck, 2009. Measuring physical and hydraulic properties of peat from X-ray tomography. Geoderma, 153, 269–277, doi:10.1016/ j.geoderma.2009.08.010. PDF

35. Wright, N., M. Hayashi, and W.L. Quinton, 2009. Spatial and temporal variations in active layer thawing and their implication on runoff generation in peat-covered permafrost terrain, Water Resources Res., 45, W05414, doi:10.1029/2008WR006880. PDF

34. Quinton, W.L. and S. K. Carey, 2008. Towards an Energy-based Runoff Generation Theory for Tundra Landscapes. Hydrological Processes (Invited), 22, 4649–4653. PDF

33. Zhang, Yinsuo, Sean K. Carey and William L. Quinton, 2008. Evaluation of the algorithms and parameterizations for ground thawing and freezing in permafrost regions. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113, D17116, DOI: 10.1029/2007JD009343. PDF

32. Waddington, J.M., W. Quinton, J.S. Price, P. Lafleur, 2009. Advances in Canadian Wetland Hydrology, 2003-2007. Canadian Water Resources Journal: 34(2), 139-148. PDF

31. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi and S.K. Carey, 2008. Peat Hydraulic Conductivity in Cold Regions and its Relation to Pore Size and Geometry, Hydrological Processes, 22, 2829–2837. PDF

30. Wright, N., W.L. Quinton and M. Hayashi, 2008. Hillslope runoff from ice-cored peat plateaus in a discontinuous permafrost basin, Northwest Territories, Canada. Hydrological Processes, 22, 2816–2828. PDF

29. Shiraza, T., D.M. Allen, W.L. Quinton, J.W. Pomeroy, 2008. Estimating Soil Thaw Energy in Sub-Alpine Tundra at the Hillslope Scale, Wolf Creek, Yukon Territory, Canada. Hydrology Research, 40:1, DOI: 10.2166/nh.2009.043. PDF

28. Dornes, Pablo F., John W. Pomeroy, Alain Pietroniro, Sean K. Carey, & William L. Quinton, 2008. Influence of landscape aggregation in modelling snow-cover Ablation and Snowmelt Runoff in a sub-arctic mountainous environments. Hydrological Sciences–Journal–des Sciences Hydrologiques, 53(4), pp 725-740. PDF

27. Marsh, P., J. Pomeroy, S. Pohl, W. Quinton, C. Onclin, M. Russell, N. Neumann, A. Pietroniro, B. Davison, and S. McCartney, 2008. Snowmelt Processes and Runoff at the Arctic Treeline: Ten Years of MAGS Research. Vol-2: Hydrological Processes, M-K Woo (ed.). Springer, pp 97-123. PDF

26. Quinton, W.L. and M. Hayashi, 2008. Recent advances toward physically-based runoff modelling of the wetland-dominated, central Mackenzie River basin. Cold Region Atmospheric and Hydrologic Studies. The Mackenzie GEWEX Experience,Vol-2: Hydrological Processes, M-K Woo (ed.). Springer, pp 257-279. PDF

25. Pomeroy, J.W., D.M. Gray, T. Brown, N.R. Hedstrom, W.L. Quinton, R.J. Granger, S. Carey, 2007. The Cold Regions Hydrological Model, a platform for basing process representation and model structure on physical evidence. Hydrological Processes: 21, 2650–2667. PDF

24. Hayashi, M., N. Goeller, W.L. Quinton, and N. Wright, 2007. A simple heat-conduction method for simulating the frost table depth in hydrological models. Hydrological Processes: 21, 2610–2622. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.6792. PDF

23. Carey SK, Quinton WL, Goeller NT. 2007. Field and laboratory estimates of pore size properties and hydraulic characteristics for subarctic organic soils. Hydrological Processes: 21, 2560-2571. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.6795. PDF

22. Dornes P.F., Pomeroy J.W., Pietroniro A., Carey S.K., Quinton WL, 2006.The Use of Inductive and Deductive Reasoning to Model Snowmelt from Northern Mountain Catchments. International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs), Burlington, Vermont, USA, 7 p. PDF

21. Quinton, W.L. and J.W. Pomeroy, 2006. Transformations of Runoff Chemistry in the Arctic Tundra, Northwest Territories, Canada. Hydrological Processes, 20, 2901-2919. PDF

20. Quinton, W.L., T. Shiriza, S. K. Carey and J. W. Pomeroy, 2005. Soil Water Storage and Active-layer Development in a Sub-alpine Tundra Hillslope, Southern Yukon Territory, Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. 16: 369–382. PDF

19. Carey S.K. and Quinton W.L., 2005. Evaluating runoff generation during summer using hydrometric, stable isotope and hydrochemical methods in a discontinuous permafrost alpine catchment. Hydrological Processes, 19: 95-114. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.5764. PDF

18. Quinton, W., M. Hayashi, K. Blias, N. Wright and A. Pietroniro, 2004. The Water Balance Of Wetland Dominated Permafrost Basins. International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) Red Book Series Special Issue for the U.S. National Science Foundation / Northern Research Basins, Workshop on Circumpolar Water Balance, Victoria, B.C., Canada, 15-19 March, IAHS Publ. 290, pp. 186-194. PDF

17. Quinton, W.L. and M. Hayashi, 2004. The Flow and Storage of Water in the Wetland-Dominated Central Mackenzie River Basin: Recent Advances and Future Directions. Special Issue of the Canadian Water Resources Association Journal on Predicting Ungauged Streamflow in the Mackenzie Valley: Today's Techniques & Tomorrow's Solutions. International Decade for Predictions in Ungauged Basins Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada, March 8-9, 2004, pp. 45-66. PDF

16. Carey S.K. and Quinton, W.L., 2004. Evaluating snowmelt runoff generation in a discontinuous permafrost catchment using stable isotope, hydrochemical and hydrometric data. Nordic Hydrology, 35: 309-324. PDF

15. Quinton W.L., Carey S.K. and Goeller N.T., 2004. Snowmelt runoff from northern alpine tundra hillslopes: major processes and methods of simulation. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 8: 877-890. PDF

14. Hayashi, M. and W.L. Quinton, 2004. A constant-head well permeameter method for measuring field-saturated hydraulic conductivity above an impermeable layer. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 84: 255-264. PDF

13. Hayashi, M., W.L. Quinton, A. Pietroniro and J. J. Gibson, 2004. Hydrological functions of interconnected wetlands in a discontinuous permafrost basin indicated by isotopic and chemical signatures. Journal of Hydrology, 296: pp. 81–97. PDF

12. Quinton W.L. and D.M. Gray, 2003. Subsurface drainage from organic soils in permafrost terrain: the major factors to be represented in a runoff model. Refereed Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Permafrost, Davos, Switzerland. 6 pp. PDF

11. Quinton, W., M. Hayashi and A. Pietroniro, 2003. Connectivity and storage functions of channel fens and flat bogs in northern basins. Hydrological Processes, 17, 3665-3684. PDF

10. Quinton, W.L. and D.M. Gray, 2001. Estimating subsurface drainage from organic-covered hillslopes underlain by permafrost: toward a combined heat and mass flux model. Soil Vegetation, atmosphere transfer (SVAT) schemes and large scale hydrological models. IAHS Publication no. 270. pp. 333-341. PDF

9. Quinton, W.L., D.M. Gray and P. Marsh, 2000. Subsurface Drainage from Hummock Covered Hillslopes in the Arctic Tundra. Journal of Hydrology, 237, 1 2, pp 113-125. PDF

8. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, N. Neumann, C. Onclin, S. Pohl, J. Pomeroy, M. Russell, and R. Essery. 2000. Snowcover melt and runoff at the forest tundra transition zone: Mackenzie River Basin. Research Report of IAHS No. 7. Refereed Proceedings of the GAME MAGS International Workshop. Ohata, T.(Editor). Nov. 1999, Edmonton, Alberta. Institute for Hydrospheric Atmospheric Sciences, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan. pp. 87-91.

7. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh, 1999. Image Analysis and Water Tracing methods for examining Runoff Pathways, Soil Properties and Residence Times in the Continuous Permafrost Zone. Integrated Methods in Catchment Hydrology Tracer, Remote Sensing and Hydrometric Techniques. IAHS Publication no. 258. pp. 257-264. PDF

6. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh, 1999. A Conceptual Framework for Runoff Generation in a Permafrost Environment. Hydrological Processes, 13, 2563-2581. PDF

5. Quinton, W.L. and N.T. Roulet, 1998. Spring and Summer Hydrology of a Subarctic Patterned Wetland. Arctic and Alpine Research, Vol. 30, No. 3, 1998, pp. 285-294. PDF

4. Quinton, W.L. and Marsh, P., 1998. The Influence of Mineral Earth Hummocks on Subsurface Drainage in the Continuous Permafrost Zone. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 9, 213-228. PDF

3. Quinton, W.L. and Marsh, P., 1998. Melt water fluxes, hillslope runoff and stream flow in an arctic permafrost basin. Refereed proceeding of the 7th International Conference on Permafrost, A.G. Lewkowicz and M. Allard (Eds.), pp. 921-926.

2. Maxfield A. W., P. Marsh, J. Pomeroy and W.L. Quinton, 1997. Arctic Snow and Soil Observations by Radar Satellite. Applications of Remote Sensing in Hydrology. Refereed proceedings of the Third International Workshop. G.W. Kite, A. Pietroniro, T. Pultz (Eds.). NASA, Goddard Space Flight Centre, Greenbelt, Maryland, U.S.A. pp. 199-210.

1. Roulet, N.T., R. Ash, W.L. Quinton, T. Moore, 1993. Methane flux From drained northern peatlands: effects of a persistent water table lowering on flux. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Vol. 7, No. 4: 749-769.

 

Other Published Work

56. Quinton, W.L., Berg, A.A., Connon, R.F., Craig, J.R., Devoie, E. Coupled landcover and hydrological change in the southern Taiga Plains, Canada. Geoscience BC Summary of Activities 2017, Geoscience BC, Report 2018-1, p. 79-86.

55. Braverman, M., W.L. Quinton. An experimental study of permafrost restoration under seismic line in wetland-dominated zone of discontinuous permafrost, Northwest Territories, Canada. GEO Ottawa 2017. Ottawa, Canada, 1-4 October, 2017. PDF

54. Kershaw, G., W. Quinton. A remote assessment of ice-rich permafrost loss across a ~500 m elevation gradient in the Mackenzie and Selwyn Mountains, Canada. 21st International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop – Yakutsk, Russia, August 5-12, 2017. PDF

53. Quinton, W., R. Connon. Toward understanding the trajectory of Hydrological Change in the southern Taiga Plains, NWT, Canada. 21st International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop – Yakutsk, Russia, August 5-12, 2017.

52. Quinton, W.L., Adams, J.R., Baltzer, J.L., Berg, A.A., Craig, J.R. and Johnson, E. (2017): Permafrost ecosystems in transition: understanding and predicting hydrological and ecological change in the southern Taiga Plains, northeastern British Columbia and southwestern Northwest Territories. Geoscience BC Summary of Activities 2016, Geoscience BC, Report 2017-1, p. 79-86.

51. Quinton, WL and D. Peters, 2016. Preface, Special Issue of Hydrological Processes for Canadian Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section. Hydrol. Process;1-3. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.11081.

50. Quinton, W.L., Adams, J.R., Baltzer, J.L., Berg, A.A., Craig, J.R. and Johnson, E. (2016): Permafrost ecosystems in transition: understanding and predicting hydrological and ecological change in the southern Taiga Plains, northeastern British Columbia and southwestern Northwest Territories. Geoscience BC Summary of Activities 2015, Geoscience BC, Report 2016-1, p. 89–94.

49. English, M., J. Baltzer, A. Blay-Palmer, R. Hall, A. Lister, P. Marsh, D. MacLatchy, J. McGeer, W. Quinton, S. Schiff, S. Smith, K. Stevens, M. Wilkie, B. Wolfe. 2015. Research Contribution of Wilfrid Laurier University researchers to understanding issues relevant to the NWT Water Strategy 2012-2014. Government of the NWT Water Strategy Meeting, Yellowknife, NWT.

48. Quinton, WL and D. Peters, 2015. Preface, Special Issue of Hydrological Processes for Canadian Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section. Hydrol. Process. 29, 3829-3830 (2015) Published online in Wiley Online Library (wileyonlinelibrary.com). DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10632.

47. Carey, S. and W. Quinton, 2014. Preface, Special Issue of Hydrological Processes for Canadian Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section. Hydrol. Process. 28, 4161-4162 (2014) Published online in Wiley Online Library (wileyonlinelibrary.com) DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10262

46. Braverman, M. & W. Quinton, 2013. Mapping Permafrost Under a Linear Disturbance with Ground-Penetrating Radar. Refereed proceedings, 66th Canadian Geotechnical Conference and the 11th Joint CGS/IAH-CNC Groundwater Conference (Geo Montreal 2013). September 29 - October 3, 2013, Montréal, Québec.

45. Williams, T. and W. Quinton. Linear disturbances in a peatland environment: permafrost thaw and landscape change. Report to the Canadian Geophysical Union – Hydrology Section, May, 2012.

44. Veness, T. and W. Quinton. Connecting spatial variability of subsurface thaw to preferential permafrost degradation within the discontinuous permafrost zone: Scotty Creek, Northwest Territories, Canada. Report to the Canadian Geophysical Union – Hydrology Section, May, 2012.

43. Carey, S., W. Quinton, J. Pomeroy and M. Weiler, 2011. Editors, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Special Issue: Cold regions hydrology: improved processes, parameterization and prediction. European Geophysical Union, Copernicus Publications, Göttingen, Germany, 277 pp.

42. Endrizzi, S., W.L. Quinton, and P. Marsh. Modelling the spatial pattern of ground thaw in a small basin in the arctic tundra. The Cryosphere Discuss., 5, 367–400, 2011 www.the-cryosphere-discuss.net/5/367/2011/doi:10.5194/tcd-5-367-2011. PDF

41. Nagare, R.M., Schincariol, R.A., Quinton, W.L., and Hayashi, M. (2011). Laboratory calibration of time domain reflectometry to determine moisture content in undisturbed peat samples. Euro. J. Soil. Sci. (published online, 4th April 2011).

40. Zhang, Y, S. K. Carey, W.L. Quinton, J. R. Janowicz, and G. N. Flerchinger, 2009. Comparison of algorithms and parameterisations for infiltration into organic-covered permafrost soils. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss., 6, 5705-5752. PDF

39. Quinton, W.L. and K.L. Young, K.L., 2009. Editors, Conference Proceedings, 17th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop, Iqaluit-Pangnirtung-Kujjuaq, Canada, 12-18 August, 2009.

38. Thorne, R., W.L. Quinton and P. Marsh, 2009. Development of an Energy-based Runoff Generation Model in Arctic Tundra Regions. In: Proceedings, 17th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop, Iqaluit-Pangnirtung-Kujjuaq, Canada, August 3 to 8, 2009, pp. 331-335. pp. 281-294.

37. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi and L.E. Chasmer, 2009. Peatland Hydrology in the Discontinuous Permafrost Region of the Northwest Territories, Canada. In: Proceedings, 17th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop, Iqaluit-Pangnirtung-Kujjuaq, Canada, August 3 to 8, 2009, pp. 281-294.

36. Chasmer L., R. Petrone, S. Brown, C. Hopkinson, N. Kljun, and K. Devito, W. Quinton, 2009. Spatial partitioning of CO2 fluxes based on canopy structure within a heterogeneous managed boreal wetland ecosystem. In: Proceedings of the 30th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing June 22-25, 2009: Lethbridge Alberta Canada

35. Chasmer, L., C. Hopkinson, W. Quinton, and M. Hayashi, 2009. Quantifying change in peat plateau and wetland areas within the discontinuous permafrost zone: 1947 to present. In: Proceedings of the 30th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing June 22-25, 2009: Lethbridge Alberta Canada

34. Rezanezhad, F., W.L. Quinton, J.S. Price, D. Elrick, T. Elliot, R.J. Heck, 2009. Examining the effect of pore size distribution and shape on flow through unsaturated peat using 3-D computed tomography. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss., 6, 3835–3862. PDF

33. Quinton, William L., Masaki Hayashi, Sean K. Carey and Trevor Myers, 2007. Peat Hydraulic Conductivity in Cold Regions and its Relation to Pore Size and Geometry. 64th Eastern Snow Conference, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, 14. pp.

32. Waddington, J.M., W. Quinton, J.S. Price, P. Lafleur. Advances in Canadian Wetland Hydrology, 2003-2007. Quadrennial Report of the Canadian National Committee for the International Association of Hydrological Scientists (CNC-IAHS), to the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), 2007.

31. Quinton WL and Hayashi M, 2007. Toward Physically-Based Hydrological Modelling of a Wetland-Dominated Discontinuous Permafrost Zone in Northwestern Canada. In P.D. di Cenzo and FJ Wrona (eds.) Canadian Hydrological Activities Relating to UNESCO's IHP-VI. Report prepared for UNESCO by the Canadian National Committee for IHP.

30. Marsh, P., J.W. Pomeroy, S. Pohl, W.L. Quinton, C. Onclin, M. Russell, N. Neumann, A. Pietroniro, B. Davison and S. McCartney, 2006. Snowmelt Processes and Runoff at the Arctic Treeline: 10 Years of MAGS Research. Final Report of the Mackenzie GEWEX Study (MAGS): Proceedings of the Final (11th) Annual Scientific Meeting, 22 - 25 November 2005 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. P. di Cenzo (Ed.), pp. 112-131, ISSN: 1480-5308. June, 2006.

29. Quinton, W.L. and M. Hayashi, 2006. Recent Advances toward Physically-Based Runoff Modelling of the Wetland-Dominated, Central Mackenzie River Basin. Final Report of the Mackenzie GEWEX Study (MAGS): Proceedings of the Final (11th) Annual Scientific Meeting, 22 - 25 November 2005 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. P. di Cenzo (Ed.), pp. 565-584. ISSN: 1480-5308 June 2006.

28. Quinton, W.L., 2005. Snow and Soil Moisture Representation and Scaling in Climate Model Land Surface Schemes for Cold Regions: Final Report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences. March, 2005, Ottawa, 27 p.

27. Quinton, W., S. Carey, R. Granger, M. Hayashi, P. Marsh, A. Pietroniro, J. Pomeroy, 2005. Snow and Soil Moisture Representation and Scaling in Climate Model Land Surface Schemes for Cold Regions: In Proceedings of 10th Annual Meeting of the Mackenzie GEWEX Study, Vancouver, Canada 3-5 Nov., 2004, pp. 131-146. ISSN: 1480-5308, April, 2005.

26. Pohl, S., P. Marsh, W. Quinton, C. Onclin, M. Russell, B. Davidson, I. MacPherson and G. Liston, 2005. Modelling Surface Water Fluxes in Boreal, Tundra and Alpine Areas of the Lower Mackenzie Region: In Proceedings of 10th Annual Meeting of the Mackenzie GEWEX Study, Vancouver, Canada 3-5 Nov., 2004, pp. 186-198. ISSN: 1480-5308, April, 2005.

25. Quinton, W., S. Carey, R. Granger, M. Hayashi, P. Marsh, A. Pietroniro, J. Pomeroy. Snow and Soil Moisture Representation and Scaling in Climate Model Land Surface Schemes for Cold Regions: Third Annual Report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences, June, 2004, Ottawa.

24. Quinton, W., S. Carey, R. Granger, M. Hayashi, P. Marsh, A. Pietroniro, J. Pomeroy. Snow and Soil Moisture Representation and Scaling in Climate Model Land Surface Schemes for Cold Regions: In Proceedings of 9th Annual Meeting of the Mackenzie GEWEX Study, Montreal, Canada 12-14 Nov., 2003, pp. 100-112. ISSN: 1480-5308, April, 2004.

23. Quinton, W. L., M. Hayashi and N. Wright, 2004. The Water Balance of Wetland-Dominated Permafrost Basins: A White Paper Submitted to the Water Balance Workshop. In Proceedings: U.S. National Science Foundation / Northern Research Basins, Workshop on Circumpolar Water Balance. Victoria, B.C., Canada, 15-19 March, 2004, p. 118-139.

22. Quinton, W., S. Carey, R. Granger, M. Hayashi, P. Marsh, A. Pietroniro, J. Pomeroy. Snow and Soil Moisture Representation and Scaling in Climate Model Land Surface Schemes for Cold Regions: Second Annual Report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences, June, 2003, Ottawa.

21. Carey, S. and Quinton, W.L. Use of stable isotopes to delineate hillslope runoff pathways in a subalpine catchment. In: Proceedings of 14th International Northern Research Basins Conference, Kangarlussuaq, Greenland, August, 2003.

20. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, C. Onclin, M. Russell, S. Pohl, I. MacPherson, A. Pietroniro and G. Liston, 2003. Modelling Surface Water Fluxes in Boreal, Tundra and Alpine Areas of the Lower Mackenzie Region. P. di Cenzo (Ed.). In Proceedings of the 8th Annual Meeting of the Mackenzie GEWEX Study, Jasper, Canada, Nov., 2002, pp. 84-94. ISSN: 1480-5308, March, 2003.

19. Quinton, W., S. Carey, R. Granger, M. Hayashi, P. Marsh, A. Pietroniro, J. Pomeroy, 2003. Snow and Soil Moisture Representation and Scaling in Climate Model Land Surface Schemes for Cold Regions. P. di Cenzo (Ed.). In Proceedings of the 8th Annual Meeting of the Mackenzie GEWEX Study, Jasper, Canada, Nov., 2002, pp. 162-170. ISSN: 1480-5308, March, 2003.

18. Quinton, W., S. Carey, R. Granger, M. Hayashi, P. Marsh, A. Pietroniro, J. Pomeroy. Snow and Soil Moisture Representation and Scaling in Climate Model Land Surface Schemes for Cold Regions: First Annual Report to the Canadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences, June, 2002, Ottawa.

17. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, C. Onclin, M. Russell, S. Pohl and J.I. MacPherson, 2002. Modelling Surface Water Fluxes in Boreal, Tundra and Alpine Areas of the Lower Mackenzie Region. P. di Cenzo (Ed.). In Proceedings of the 7th MAGS Scientific Workshop, Hamilton, Canada 7-9 November, 2001, pp. 124-129. ISSN: 1480-5308, June 2002.

16. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, N. Neumann, C. Onclin, A. Pietroniro, S. Pohl, J. Pomeroy, M. Russell, R. Essery, 2001. Snowcover melt and runoff in boreal and tundra ecosystems. Final MAGS 1 Report. G.S. Strong (Ed.). Proceedings of the 6th MAGS Scientific Workshop, Saskatoon, Canada 15-17 November, 2000, pp. 20-26, ISSN: 1480-5308, March, 2001.

15. Pietroniro, Alain, William Quinton, Masaki Hayashi, John J. Gibson, Terry D. Prowse, Eric D. Soulis, 2001. Assessment of Global Land-Cover Data for Atmospheric and Hydrologic Model Applications in the Mackenzie Basin, Canada. Final MAGS 1 Report. G.S. Strong (Ed.). Proceedings of the 6th MAGS Scientific Workshop, Saskatoon, Canada 15-17 November, 2000, pp. 334-365, ISSN: 1480-5308, March, 2001.

14. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, N. Neumann, C. Onclin, S. Pohl, J. Pomeroy, M. Russell and R. Essery, 2000. Snowcover melt and runoff at the forest tundra transition zone: Mackenzie River Basin. G.S. Strong (Ed.) Proceedings of the GEWEX Asian Monsoon Experiment (GAME) Workshop, 25 27 November, 1999, Edmonton, Canada. pp. 45-50.

13. Pietroniro, A., E.D. Soulis and W.L. Quinton, 2000. Assessment of Global Land Cover Data for Atmospheric and Hydrological Model Applications in the Mackenzie Basin, Canada. G.S. Strong (Ed.). Proceedings of the 5th MAGS Scientific Workshop, Edmonton, Canada 21 23 November, 1999, pp. 128-133.

12. Quinton, W.L., T.D. Prowse, A. Pieroniro, D.M. Gray, J. Gibson, M. Hayashi, T. Carter and C. Onclin, 1999. The Water Balance of the Lower Liard River Basin: Defining Flow and Storage Components using Geochemical Tracing and Hydrometric Techniques. G.S. Strong (Ed.). Proceedings of the 5th MAGS Scientific Workshop, Edmonton, Canada 21- 23 November, pp. 93-99.

11. Quinton W.L., 1999. Determination of a Strategy for a Hydrological Model Intercomparison Recommendations of the Quebec City Workshop, August, 1998. In: Report of the GEWEX / ACSYS Workshop on Cold Regions Hydrological Modelling, Quebec City, Canada, 25 27 August, 1998. World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), Report No.13/1999, pp.17-18.

10. Marsh, P., N. Neumann, C. Onclin, A. Pietroniro, J. Pomeroy, W. Quinton, R. Essery, 1999. Snowcover melt and runoff in boreal and tundra ecosystems. 4th Annual MAGS Workshop, Montreal, Canada, 18-20 November, pp. 58-65.

9. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh, 1999. Contributions of the Mackenzie Area GEWEX Study (MAGS) to Cold Region Hydrological Modelling. WMO/World Climate Research Programme. Proceedings of the ACSYS/GEWEX Workshop on Cold Regions Hydrological Modelling, Quebec City, Canada, 25-27 August, 1998, Report No.13/1999, pp. 3-4.

8. Quinton, W.L., A. Pietroniro and E.D. Soulis, 1999. Physically Based Hydrological Models for Polar Regions. WMO/World Climate Research Programme. Proceedings of the ACSYS/GEWEX Workshop on Cold Regions Hydrological Modelling, Quebec City, Canada, 25 27 August, 1998, Report No.13/1999 pp. 6-7.

7. Quinton W.L. and P. Marsh, 1997. The Role of the Near Stream Area on Hillslope Runoff and Stream Flow in the Arctic Tundra, Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), Proc. 3rd Annual Workshop, Toronto, Canada, 17-19 November, pp. 49-54.

6. Quinton W.L. and P. Marsh, 1997. Hydrologic Modelling in the Zone of Continuous Permafrost at the Arctic Treeline. Report to Water Resources, Indian and Northern Affairs, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. NHRI Contribution Series No. 97005. 110 pages.

5. Marsh, P. and W.L. Quinton, 1997. Water and Energy Fluxes During the Snowmelt Period. Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), 2nd Annual Workshop, Saskatoon, Canada, 23-26 March, 1997, pp. 46-51.

4. Maxfield A. W., P. Marsh, J. Pomeroy and W.L. Quinton, 1997. Arctic Snow and Soil Observations by Radar Satellite. Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), 2nd Annual Workshop, Saskatoon, Canada, 23-26 March, pp. 72-77.

3. Quinton W.L. and P. Marsh, 1995. Subsurface Runoff from Tundra Hillslopes in the Continuous Permafrost Zone. International GEWEX Workshop on Cold Season/Region Hydrometeorology, International GEWEX Project Office, Washington. pp. 51-55.

2. Marsh P., J. Pomeroy and W.L. Quinton, 1995. Application of Snow and Evaporation Models for predicting Water Fluxes at the Arctic Treeline in Northwestern Canada. International GEWEX Workshop on Cold Season/Region Hydrometeorology, International GEWEX Project Office, Washington. pp. 47-51.

1. Marsh, P., W.L. Quinton and J.W. Pomeroy, 1994. Hydrological Processes and Runoff at the Arctic Treeline in Northern Canada. In: Proc. 10th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop, Aug., Svalbard, Norway. pp. 368-397.

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Invited Talks

98. Quinton, W., R. Connon, É. Devoie, M. Braverman. The influence of shallow taliks on permafrost thaw and active layer thickness in subarctic Canada. 21st International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop, Yakutsk, Russia, 5-12 August, 2017.

97. Kershaw, G., W. Quinton, S. Mamet, P. Kershaw. Alpine permafrost loss in the Mackenzie and Selwyn Mountains, Canada: A remote assessment of thaw rates from 1944-2013. 21st International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop, Yakutsk, Russia, 5-12 August, 2017.

96. Sonnentag, O. and W. Quinton. The Consortium, for Permafrost Ecosystems in Transition, CPET. NASA/ABoVE Airborne Science Planning and Science Team Meeting, Boulder, CO, USA, 17 – 20 January, 2017.

95. Turetsky, M. and W. Quinton. The Scotty Creek Research Station. NASA/ABoVE Airborne Science Planning and Science Team Meeting, Boulder, CO, USA, 17 – 20 January, 2017.

94. C. Ackley, J. Adams, M. Braverman, A. Berg, O. Carpino, R. Connon, J. Craig,

E. Devoie, E. Haughton, M. Hayashi, M. Helbig, G. Kershaw, J. Langford, J. Mai,

E. Mathieu, B. Persaud, W. Quinton, F. Rezanezhad, O. Sonnentag, L. Stone, S. Tank, S. VanOpstal, P. Whitfield. Update of peatland Hydrological Studies, Scotty Creek, NWT, Canada. Changing Cold Regions Network, 4th Annual General Meeting, University of Guelph, 2 - 4 November, 2016.

93. Baltzer, J, Quinton, W., Patankar, R, Day, N, White, A, Carriere, S, Sniderhan, A and McNickle, G (2016) Landcover changes in high latitude ecosystems. School of Environmental Science Sciences Seminar Series, University of Guelph. https://www.uoguelph.ca/ses/events/jennifer-baltzer-guest-ses-seminar-series

92. Baltzer, J, Quinton, W., Patankar, R, Day, N, White, A, Carriere, S, Sniderhan, A and McNickle, G (2016) Landcover changes in high latitude ecosystems. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies Seminar Series, Wilfrid Laurier University.

91. Baltzer, J, Quinton, W, Patankar, R, Chasmer, L, Hayashi, M, Berg, A, Sonnentag, O, Sniderhan, A, Veness, T and Warren, R (2016) Forests on uncertain ground: impacts of permafrost thaw on water use and productivity in black spruce. Ecohydrology Seminar Series, University of Waterloo. https://uwaterloo.ca/ecohydrology/events/seminar-baltzer

90. Hayashi, M. and W. Quinton, 2016. Water-Energy Feedback on Permafrost Thawing and Water Resources in the Mackenzie Valley. Canol Shale Play – Groundwater/ permafrost research needs. Calgary, 5 April, 2016.

89. Quinton, W. The Scotty Creek Research Station: Overview of past and present activities, and plans for the future. Dehcho Results Workshop. Cumulative Impact Monotoring Programme (CIMP). Regional Monitoring Workshop, Fort Simpson, Canada, 19-20 Jan., 2016.

88. Quinton W. Opening Remarks for Climate Warming and Aboriginal Communities in Northern Canada: Uncertain Futures. Panel Discussion, Cold Regions Research Centre & Office of Aboriginal Initiatives, Wilfrid Laurier University, 19 Nov., 2015.

87. Quinton, W., J. Craig and J. Adams. Consortium for Permafrost Ecosystems in Transition. Invited Research Seminar. Nexen Energy, Calgary, Canada, 11 Nov., 2015.

86. Quinton, W., C. Ackley, J. Adams, M. Braverman, A. Berg, R. Connon, J. Craig, E. Devoie, C. Frayne, J. Hanisch, E. Haughton, M. Hayashi, M. Helbig, B. Kurlyuk, E. Mathieu, V. Pedinotti, B. Persaud, O. Sonnentag, L. Stone, S. Tank, S. VanOpstal, P. Whitfield, 2015. Update on Peatland Hydrology Studies. Changing Cold Regions Network, 3rd Annual General Meeting, University of Saskatchewan, 2 – 4 November, 2015.

85. Kurylyk, B., M. Hayashi, W. Quinton, 2015. Recent advances in modelling the thermal regime of frozen ground. CCRN Modelling Workshop (Modelling Change in Cold Regions), National Hydrology Research Centre, Saskatoon, Canada, September 28-30, 2015.

84. Quinton, W. Engaging the public with Science. Invited Panelist. Early Career Hydrology Network. Hosted by the American Geophysical Union. CGU-AGU Joint Assembly, Montreal , Canada, 3-7 May, 2015.

83. Quinton, W., J. Baltzer, A. Berg, M. Braverman, L. Chasmer, R. Connon, J. Craig, A. McManus, O. Sonnentag, 2015. Multi-scale hydrological studies in thawing permafrost terrain: some insights for modelling Hydrological modelling across scales: on the issue of scale dependency. CGU-AGU Joint Assembly, Montreal , Canada, 3-7 May.

82. English, M., J. Baltzer, A. Blay-Palmer, R. Hall, A. Lister, P. Marsh, D. MacLatchy, J. McGeer, W. Quinton, S. Schiff, S. Smith, A. Spring, K. Stevens, M. Wilkie, B. Wolfe. Research Contribution of Wilfrid Laurier University researchers to understanding issues relevant to the NWT Water Strategy 2012-2014. Government of the NWT Water Strategy Meeting, Yellowknife, 4 February, 2015.

81. Quinton, W. Rates, patterns and trends of landcover change in the southern Taiga Plains. CCRN Theme A Meeting on Conceptual Models of Change, McMaster University, Hamilton, 22 January 2015.

80. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, J. Baltzer. Understanding the challenges confronting the Arctic: Water-Northern Ecosystems-Economy-Communities. Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), Future of the Arctic, CIGI Campus, Waterloo, February 3, 2015.

79. English, M., W. Quinton, J. Baltzer, D. MacLatchy, M. Wilkie, P. Marsh, J. McGeer. The State of Water in the NWT. 2nd NWT Environmental Monitoring Results Workshop, 2015, Explorer Hotel, 4825-49th Avenue, Yellowknife, NT.

78. Quinton, W.L. Conceptual model development for warming-induced ecosystem change in the southern Taiga Plains Ecoregion. CCRN Theme A Workshop, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, 22 January, 2015.

77. Quinton, W.L. A glimpse of the future: insights into water resources in a warmer NWT. Legislature Talks: The Knowledge Series. Invited public presentation at the Legislature Building, Yellowknife, 14 January, 2015.

76. Quinton, William, Jennifer L Baltzer, Oliver Sonnentag, Aaron A Berg and Laura Chasmer. Multiscale studies of Permafrost Thaw Impacts on EcoHydrology in the Southern Fringe of Permafrost, Northwestern Canada. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

75. Baltzer, J. W. Quinton, O. Sonnentag, 2014. Boreal forests in permafrost landscapes: changing structure and function in response to climate warming. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, 15-19 Dec., San Fransisco, USA.

74. Quinton, W., M. Braverman, J. Baltzer, A. Berg, R. Connon, J. Craig, L. Freeman, J. Gordon, E. Haugton, M. Hayashi, M. Helbig, A. McManus, A. Mohammed, B. Persaud, R. Schincariol, O. Sonnentag, L. Stone, S. VanOpstal, P. Rahimzadeh, T. Veness, A. Verma. Update on Hydrology Research at Scotty Creek, NWT. Changing Cold Regions Network, 2nd Annual General Meeting. Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, 20-22 October, 2014.

73. Helbig, M., Detto, M., Wischnewski, K., Chasmer, L., Quinton, W., Kljun, N., Payette, F. & Sonnentag, O, 2014. On the challenges of measuring greenhouse gas and energy fluxes over heterogeneous boreal landscapes. Institute of Soil Science at the University of Hamburg, 19 Sept., 2014.

72. Baltzer, JL Quinton, W, Berg, A, and Marsh, P., 2014. Assessing landscape change in high latitude ecosystems. Interdisciplinary Workshop on Geospatial Computing, Kitchener, ON.

71. Baltzer, J., and W. Quinton, 2014. Building on the Laurier-GNWT Partnership. Invited presentation to the Deputy Minister, Environment and Natural Resources, Government of the Northwest Territories, Yellowknife, 23 July, 2014.

70. English, M. J. Baltzer, R. Connon, P. Marsh, K. Marshall, W. Quinton, B. Parsaud, C. Spence. The State of Water in the NWT. 2nd NWT Environmental Monitoring Results Workshop, December 10-12, 2013, Explorer Hotel, 4825-49th Avenue, Yellowknife, NT.

69. Baltzer, J. and W. Quinton, 2013. Permafrost thaw and landscape change in the Southern Taiga Plains. Pan-Territorial Permafrost Workshop, Yellowknife, NT.

68. Quinton, W. and J. Baltzer, 2013. Changing surface water systems in the discontinuous permafrost zone: implications to stream flow. Joint Assembly IAHS–IAPSO–IAPSEI, Gothenberg, Sweden.

67. Wilkie, M., J. Baltzer, W. Quinton, J. Gordon, A. Lister, D. MacLatchy, 2013. Effects of permafrost thaw and land use on toxicants and fish health in the Dehcho. Return to Country Foods Workshop, Kakisa, NT.

66. Quinton, W. Outreach and Engagement with Communities (Theme E). First Annual CCRN Meeting, Saskatoon, 21-23 Oct, 2013.

65. Quinton, W. Observed Earth System Change in Cold Regions – Inventory and Statistical Evaluation (Theme A). First Annual CCRN Meeting, Saskatoon, 21-23 Oct, 2013.

64. Quinton, W., P. Marsh, A. Berg and J. Baltzer. Subarctic and Arctic ecosystem studies in the CCRN. CCRN Theme B Workshop, 12-13 Sept., 2013, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada.

63. Quinton, W. How might processes and their interactions respond to change: Soils CCRN Theme B Workshop, 12-13 Sept., 2013, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada.

62. Quinton, W. and J. Baltzer. The hydrology of a peat plateau with thawing permafrost. Northern Research Basins Symposium & Workshop, Alaska, USA, August 11-17, 2013.

61. Quinton, W., J. Baltzer. The active-layer hydrology of a peat plateau with thawing permafrost. IAHS-IAPSO-IASPEI Joint Assembly, Gothenberg, Sweden, 22-26 July, 2013. H02 - Cold and mountain region hydrological systems under climate change: towards improved projections.

60. Quinton, W. Outreach and Engagement with Communities (Theme E). CCRN Inception Meeting, Saskatoon, 30-31 May, 2013.

59. Quinton, W. Observed Earth System Change in Cold Regions – Inventory and Statistical Evaluation (Theme A). CCRN Inception Meeting, Saskatoon, 30-31 May, 2013.

58. Quinton, W. Water Resource Implications of Climate Warming and Human Disturbance in the Taiga Plains. University of Waterloo, 12 February, 2013

57. Quinton, W. and J. Baltzer. Water Resource Implications of Permafrost Thaw in the Southern NWT. Dept. of Geography, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 23 November, 2012

56. Chasmer, L., R. Petrone, W. Quinton, C. Hopkinson, G. Sutherland, N. Kljun, and E. van Gorsel. Use of high resolution remote sensing for better understanding biosphere-atmosphere interactions. Presented to Dept. of Geography, University of Guelph, Nov 1 2012.

55. Quinton, W., J. Baltzer and M. Hayashi. Permafrost thaw-induced land cover change: implications for land and water. Meeting with LKFN and DFN, Fort Simpson, NWT, 1 Sept, 2012.

54. Baltzer, J., Quinton, W. The Taiga Plains Monitoring Network. Presented to NERC (UK) funded research network (P. Wookey et al.), Aurora Research Institute, Inuvik, Sept., 2012.

53. Baltzer, J., Quinton, W. and Marsh, P (2012). Rapid changes in the Northwest Territories: key issues and a partnership-based approach. NASA Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) Workshop, June, 2012, Boulder, CO, USA.

52. Quinton, W., J. Baltzer, E. Johnson, M. Hayashi. Water Resource Implications of Wide-Spread Permafrost Thaw in Northeastern BC 6th B.C. Unconventional Gas Technical Forum - Victoria, B.C., 2-3 April, 2012.

51. Quinton, W., P. Marsh, M. Hayashi, J. Baltzer. Permafrost thaw-induced land cover change: implications for the resource sector. Federal Interdepartmental Program of Energy R & D (PERD), Calgary, Alberta, 28 February, 2012.

50. Marsh, P., W. Quinton and S. Endrizzi. Hydrological Hazards in Northern Canada. Federal Interdepartmental Program of Energy R & D (PERD), Calgary, Alberta, 28 February, 2012.

49. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi, J. Baltzer and J. Craig. Runoff from wetland-dominated terrains with thawing permafrost (Invited). Session: Fluxes of Water and Methane Associated with Changing Permafrost: Earth and Beyond II. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, USA, 5-9 Dec., 2011.

48. Endrizzi, S., S. Gruber, P. Marsh, W. Quinton, M. Dall’Amico, R. Rigon. The GEOtop model to describe the coupled energy and water balance in frozen soils (Invited). Session: Fluxes of Water and Methane Associated with Changing Permafrost: Earth and Beyond II. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, USA, 5-9 Dec., 2011.

47. Hayashi, Masaki, William Quinton, Alastair McClymont, Laurence Bentley, Brendan Christensen. Thawing of Permafrost Peatlands and Hydrological Implications. Final Meeting and Workshop of the IP3 Network, Saskatoon, September, 2011.

46. Quinton, W. L. and M. Hayashi. Permafrost thaw induced land-cover change in the Canadian subarctic: Implications for water resources. Keynote Address, IAHS Symposia (H02) - Cold Regions Hydrology in a Changing Climate, IUGG General Assembly, 28 June - 7 July 2011, Melbourne, Australia.

45. Hayashi, M., McClymont, A.F., Bentley, L.R. and Quinton, W.L. Thawing of discontinuous permafrost: Using geophysical data to understand water-energy feedback processes. Seminar presented at the Department of Applied and Environmental Geophysics, Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland, September 22, 2010.

44. Hayashi, M. and Quinton, W.L. Thawing of discontinuous permafrost: Effects of heterogeneous landcover and water-energy feedback. Seminar presented at Copenhagen University, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 18, 2010.

43. Hayashi, M. and Quinton, W.L. Thawing of discontinuous permafrost: Effects of heterogeneous landcover and water-energy feedback. Seminar presented at Geomorphology Seminar Series, Tsukuba, Japan, December 29, 2010.

42. Hayashi, M., McClymont, A.F., Bentley, L.R. and Quinton, W.L. Effects of water-energy-vegetation feedback on thawing of peat-covered, discontinuous permafrost. Seminar presented at Lancaster Environmental Centre, University of Lancaster, United Kingdom, June 13, 2011.

41. Hayashi, M., McClymont, A.F., Bentley, L.R. and Quinton, W.L. Effects of water-energy-vegetation feedback on thawing of peat-covered, discontinuous permafrost. Seminar presented at Institute of Terrestrial Ecosystems, Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland, May 26, 2011.

40. Hayashi, M., McClymont, A.F., Bentley, L.R. and Quinton, W.L. Thawing of discontinuous permafrost: Effects of heterogeneous landcover and water-energy feedback. Seminar presented at Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research, Leipzig, Germany, May 20, 2011.

39. Hayashi, M., McClymont, A.F., Bentley, L.R. and Quinton, W.L. Thawing of discontinuous permafrost: Effects of heterogeneous landcover and water-energy feedback. Seminar presented at Alfred Wegener Institute, Potsdam, Germany, May 18, 2011.

38. McClymont A., M. Hayashi, L. Bentley, B. Christiansen and W.L. Quinton. Geophysical imaging of thawing permafrost. Speaker Series, Cold Regions research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, 19 November, 2010.

37. Quinton, W. L. Changing Northern Landscapes: New Challenges and Partnerships for NWT Water Resources. Public Lecture, Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Yellowknife, NWT, 4 October, 2010.

36. Quinton, W.L. Permafrost thaw in the Canadian sub-arctic: some implications for water resources. New Zealand Geographical Society Seminar Series, University of Otago, New Zealand, 11 March, 2010.

35. Quinton, W. and M. Hayashi. Permafrost Thaw in the Liard River Valley: Rates and Implications. Planning Meeting, Environment and Natural Resources, Yellowknife, NWT, Canada, 18 November, 2009

34. Quinton, W., M. Hayashi, L. Chasmer, F. Rezanezhad, Q. Che, A. Verma, A. Kenward, 2009. Basin runoff prediction in the context of degrading permafrost. Joint Annual Workshop of the IP3 & WC2N Networks. Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 14-17 October 2009.

33. Carey S.K., Y. Zhang, W.L. Quinton, 2009. Improved parameterizations for organic-covered permafrost soils. Joint Annual Workshop of the IP3 & WC2N Networks. Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 14-17 October.

32. Quinton, W., 2009. Tundra and wetland Hydrology in the context of climate change and catchment comparison. North-Watch Workshop I: Climatic drivers, hydrological regime and environmental change. Dorset, Canada, 30th August – 3rd September, 2009.

31. Quinton, W., M. Hayashi and L. Chasmer. Basin Runoff Modelling in Wetland-Dominated, Discontinuous Permafrost: Important Considerations. 17th International Northern Research Basins (NRB) Symposium and Workshop: Iqaluit, Canada, 12-18 August, 2009.

30. Quinton, W. and M. Hayashi. Permafrost Melt in Wetland Basins: Implications for Water Resources in the NWT. Invited Information Meeting with the Government of the Northwest Territories, Department of Environment and Natural resources. Yellowknife, 6 March, 2009.

29. Chasmer, L., R.M. Petrone, K.J. Devito, W. Quinton, C. Mendoza. Airborne Lidar Remote Sensing of Canopy Characteristics and Fluxes at URSA. Canadian Oil Sands Network for Research and Development (CONRAD) Environmental Research Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta, January 26 – 27, 2009.

28. Pomeroy, J.W., S. Carey, R. Essery, R. Granger, M. Hayashi, R. Janowicz, P. Marsh, S. Munro, A. Pietroniro, W. Quinton, K. Snelgrove, R. Soulis, C. Spence, D. Verseghy, 2007. Wetter, Wilder and Warmer. The Lowdown on the Meltdown: CFCAS Symposium on Arctic Climate. Château Laurier Hotel, Ottawa, 25 November, 2008.

27. Quinton, W.L., 2008. Runoff from organic-covered permafrost terrains:

improving process understanding and parameterisations. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 10, EGU2008-A-00681, SRef-ID: 1607-7962/gra/EGU2008-A-00681, EGU General Assembly, Vienna.

26. Pomeroy, J.W., S. Carey, R. Essery, R. Granger, M. Hayashi, R. Janowicz, P. Marsh, S. Munro, A. Pietroniro, W. Quinton, K. Snelgrove, R. Soulis, C. Spence, D. Verseghy, 2008. Overview and Current Status of the IP3 Network. 3nd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Whitehorse, Yukon, 12-15 Nov.

25. Quinton, W., M. Hayashi, N. Wright, L. Chasmer, C. Hopkinson, R. Schincariol, F. Rezanezhad, R. Thorne, A. Kenward, Y. Zhang, A. Verma, R. Petrone, 2008. IP3 Progress at Scotty Creek. 3rd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Whitehorse, Yukon, 12-15 Nov.

24. Rezanezhad, F. and W. Quinton, 2008. Measurement and analysis of physical and hydraulic properties of peat soils using 3D Micro- CT Scanning. Invited Guest Speaker, Department of Chemistry, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, 19 September.

23. Quinton, W.L. Processes and Parameterisation: Wetlands, lakes, and permafrost. IP3 Users & Stakeholders Community Workshop, 18-19 March 2008, Canmore, Alberta.

22. Quinton, W.L. CRHM for small scales: wetlands with permafrost. IP3 Users & Stakeholders Community Workshop, 18-19 March 2008, Canmore, Alberta.

21. Pomeroy, JW, R. Essery, D. Marks, W. Quinton, S. Carey. Snow and Vegetation: Processes and Parameterisation. IP3 Users & Stakeholders Community Workshop, 18-19 March 2008, Canmore, Alberta.

20. Pomeroy, J.W., S. Carey, R. Essery, R. Granger, M. Hayashi, R. Janowicz, P. Marsh, S. Munro, A. Pietroniro, W. Quinton, K. Snelgrove, R. Soulis, C. Spence, D. Verseghy, 2007. Overview and Current Status of the IP3 Network. 2nd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Cold Regions Research Centre, WLU, 8-10 Nov.

19. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi, N. Wright, E.D. Soulis, R. Heck, T. Elliot, L. Chasmer, R. Bemrose, R. Nagare, R. Schincariol, Y. Zhang, S. Carey, T. Myers, F. Rezanezhad, P. Whittington, 2007. Advances in Processes and Parameterisation Studies at Scotty Creek. 2nd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Cold Regions Research Centre, WLU, 8-10 Nov.

18. Spence, C, Quinton, WL, Woo, MK and K Young, 2007. Low flows in cold regions. Invited paper presented at Low Flow Predictions in Ungauged Basins, Canadian Society for Hydrological Sciences and Quebec Branch Canadian Water Resources Association, Quebec City, April 12-13, 2007.

17. Pomeroy, J.W., Pomeroy, J.W., S. Carey, R. Essery, R. Granger, M. Hayashi, R. Janowicz, P. Marsh, S. Munro, A. Pietroniro, W. Quinton, K. Snelgrove, R. Soulis, C. Spence, D. Verseghy, 2006. Overview and Current Status of the IP3 Network. 1st Annual Meeting and Workshop of the Research Network for Improved Processes and Parameterisation for Prediction in Cold Regions (IP3), 19-20 October. Saskatoon, Canada.

16. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi, R. Schincariol and N. Wright. Parameterisation of Wetland Hydrology. 1st Annual Meeting and Workshop of the Research Network for Improved Processes and Parameterisation for Prediction in Cold Regions (IP3), 19-20 October, 2006. Saskatoon, Canada.

15. Carey S.K., M.-K. Woo, M. Hayashi, W.L. Quinton, C.R. Spence. Runoff processes in cold regions: the MAGS experience. Presented at: Annual Meeting of the Mackenzie Area GEWEX Study (MAGS), Ottawa, Canada, November, 2005.

14. Quinton, W.L. Bottom-up development of a wetland runoff model. Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, Guest Speaker, Nov., 2005.

13. Quinton, W.L. Runoff process description and modelling in permafrost wetlands. Department of Earth Sciences, University of Waterloo, Guest Speaker, Oct., 2005.

12. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi and A. Pietroniro, 2005. Hydrology of Wetland Dominated Permafrost Basins. Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 7-11 May.

11. Carey SK, Woo MK, Hayashi M, Quinton WL, Spence CR. Runoff processes in cold regions: the MAGS experience. Presented at: Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, AB, May 2005.

10. Quinton, W.L. Toward Modelling Runoff from Runoff from Wetland -Dominated, Permafrost Basins. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, Nov., 2004.

9. Quinton, W., A. Pietroniro, S. Carey, R. Granger, P. Marsh, M. Hayashi, J. Pomeroy. Contributions of the CFCAS research group to the Mackenzie area GEWEX study. Annual MAGS workshop, Vancouver, Nov., 2004.

8. Quinton, W.L., N. Wright, M. Hayashi, 2004. Characterising the Hydrology of the central Mackenzie River basin. Predicting Ungauged Streamflow in the Mackenzie Valley: Today's Techniques & Tomorrow's Solutions. IAHS International Decade for Prediction in Ungauged Basins, 8 9 March, 2004, Yellowknife, Canada.

7. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi, N. Wright, 2004. Water Balance Studies in the Central Mackenzie River Basin. U.S. National Science Foundation Workshop on Circumpolar Integrated Water Balance Study, 15-19 March, Victoria, Canada.

6. Quinton, W., A. Pietroniro, S. Carey, R. Granger, P. Marsh, M. Hayashi, J. Pomeroy. Contributions of the CFCAS research group to the Mackenzie area GEWEX study. Annual MAGS workshop, Montreal, Nov., 2003.

5. Quinton W., Carey S. and Hayashi M. Intra annual variations in soil moisture storage in northern organic covered terrains. Northern Research Basins, 14th International Symposium and Workshop, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, Aug. 2003.

4. Carey S., and Quinton, W. Hillslope runoff response to summer rainstorms in a sub alpine basin. Northern Research Basins, 14th International Symposium and Workshop, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, Aug. 2003.

3. Hayashi, M., Quinton, W.L., and Pietroniro, A. 2002. Snow and soil moisture representation and scaling in climate model land surface schemes. Mackenzie GEWEX Study 8th Annual Scientific Meeting. Jasper, Alberta, November 6-9.

2. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh, 1998. Contributions of the Mackenzie Area GEWEX Study (MAGS) to Cold Region Hydrological Modelling. Proceedings of the ACSYS/GEWEX Workshop on Cold Regions Hydrological Modelling, Quebec City, Canada, 25 27 August, 1998. (Extended Abstract in WMO/World Climate Research Programme Proceedings, Geneva).

1. Quinton, W.L., A. Pietroniro and E.D. Soulis. Physically Based Hydrological Models for Polar Regions, 1998. Proceedings of the ACSYS/GEWEX Workshop on Cold Regions Hydrological Modelling, Quebec City, Canada, 25 27 August. (Extended Abstract in WMO/World Climate Research Programme Proceedings, Geneva).

Volunteered Presentations

331. Connon, R., M. Braverman, E. Devoie, J. Craig, W. Quinton. Over-winter subsurface talik flow in discontinuous permafrost terrain, Geoscience Forum, Yellowknife, Canada, 14-17 November 2017

330. Turetsky, M., O. Sonnentag, E. Kane, J. Blatzer, W. Quinton, E. Euskirchen, M. Waldrop, R. Neumann. Considering peatlands in frameworks of ecosystem and landscape resilience to disturbance in Alaska and northwestern Canada. Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, New Orleans, USA, 11-15 Dec., 2017.

329. Rezanezhad, F., C. McCarter, B. Gharedaghloo, C. Kleimeier, T. Milojevic, H. Liu, T. Weber, J. Price, W. Quinton, B. Lennartz, P. Van Cappellen. Structure of peat soils and implications for biogeochemical processes and hydrological flow. Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, New Orleans, USA, 11-15 Dec., 2017.

328. Fouché, J., O. Sonnentag, M. Helbig, K. Wischnewski, G. Gosselin, J. Hanisch, W. Quinton, T. Moore. Dissolved organic carbon export and its contribution to the carbon budget in a boreal peat landscape undergoing rapid permafrost thaw. Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, New Orleans, USA, 11-15 Dec., 2017.

327. Hurkuck, M., P. Marsh, W. Quinton, E. Humphreys, P. Lafleur, M. Helbig, G. Gosselin, O. Sonnentag. A meso-network of eddy covariance towers across the Northwest Territories to assess high-latitude carbon and water budgets under increasing pressures. Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, New Orleans, USA, 11-15 Dec., 2017.

326. Sonnentag, O., M. Helbig, R. Connon, G. Gosselin, Y. Ryu, K. Wischnewski, J. Hanisch, T. Moore, W. Quinton. The subcatchment- and catchment-scale hydrology of a boreal headwater peatland complex with sporadic permafrost. Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, New Orleans, USA, 11-15 Dec., 2017.

325. Helbig M., Quinton W., Sonnentag O. Warmer spring in the sporadic permafrost zone increases annual methane emissions from a boreal peat landscape. Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, New Orleans, USA, 11-15 Dec., 2017.

324. Braverman, M., W.L. Quinton. An experimental study of permafrost restoration under seismic line in wetland-dominated zone of discontinuous permafrost, Northwest Territories, Canada. GEO Ottawa 2017. Ottawa, Canada, 1-4 October, 2017.

323. Connon, R., W.L. Quinton. The influence of taliks on hydrological connectivity in thawing, discontinuous permafrost. GEO Ottawa 2017. Ottawa, Canada, 1-4 October, 2017.

322. Gharedaghloo, B., J.S. Price, F. Rezanezhad, W.L. Quinton, 2017. Using pore scale simulations to characterise properties of peat in variably saturated conditions: a micro- to meso-scale approach. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Vancouver, Canada. 28-31 May, 2017.

321. Connon, R., W. Quinton, E. Devoie & M. Hayashi, 2017. The influence of shallow taliks on permafrost thaw and active layer thickenss in subartic Canada. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Vancouver, Canada. 28-31 May, 2017.

320. Stone, L.E., X. Fang, J.W. Pomeroy, O. Sonnentag, & W.L. Quinton, 2017. Modelling the effects of permafrost loss on discharge from wetland dominated basins in the discontinuous permafrost zone. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Vancouver, Canada. 28-31 May, 2017.

319. Adams, J.R. & W.L. Quinton, 2017. On the similarity of land-cover among lowland peatland complexes in southern Taiga Plains discontinuous permafrost region, NWT. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Vancouver, Canada. 28-31 May, 2017.

318. Matheiu, E., W. Quinton & O Sonnetag, 2017. The effects of wildfire on snowmelt and ground thaw on a permafrost plateau, Scotty Creek, Northwest Territories. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Vancouver, Canada. 28-31 May, 2017.

317. Helbig, M., L.E. Chasmer, A.R. Desai, M. Detto, N. Kljun, W.L. Quinton, C.C. Treat & O. Sonnentag, 2017. Thawing boreal forest-wetland landscapes as components of regional and global climate systems. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Vancouver, Canada. 28-31 May, 2017.

316. Sonnentag, O., M. Helbig, R. Connon, G. Gosselin, E. Haughton, K. Wischnewski, J. Hanisch, T. Moore, and W. Quinton, 2017. The subcatchment- and catchment-scale hydrology of a boreal headwater peatland complex with sporadic permafrost at subcatchment and catchment scales. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Vancouver, Canada. 28-31 May, 2017.

315. Ackley, C., S. Tank, F. Rezanezhad, W. Quinton, C. McCarter, 2017. Hydro-ecological impacts of wildfire on a permafrost plateau, Scotty Creek, NWT. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Vancouver, Canada. 28-31 May, 2017.

314. Carpino, O., A. Berg, J. Adams & W. Quinton, 2017. Permafrost-thaw-induced forest loss across boreal peatland environments in the Canadian subarctic. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Vancouver, Canada. 28-31 May, 2017.

313. Talbot, J., N. Pelletier, D. Olefeldt, M. Turetsky, C. Blodau, O. Sonnentag, W. Quinton. The paleoecology, peat chemistry and carbon storage of a discontinuous permafrost peatland. European Geosciences Union, General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 23–28 April, 2017.

312. Helbig, M., N. Kljun, L. Chasmer, A. Desai, W.L. Quinton and O. Sonnentag. Climate warming impacts on boreal landscape net CO2 exchange. European Geosciences Union, General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 23–28 April, 2017.

311. Connon, R., W. Quinton, E. Devoie. The Influence of Taliks on Hydrologic Connectivity in Thawing Discontinuous Permafrost. American Water Resources Association, Spring Specialty Conference. Connecting the dots: the emerging science of aquatic system connectivity, 30 April - 3 May, 2017, Snowbird, Utah, USA.

310. Adams, J. and W. Quinton. Research advances of the Consortium for Permafrost Ecosystems in Transition (CPET). Environmental Services Association of Alberta, 2017 Water Technology Symposium, 5 April, 2017, Calgary, Canada.

309. Natali, S., H. Genet, P. Sullivan, M. Lara, M. Loranty, S. Ludwig, M. Lupasco, A. Malhotra, A. Selbmann, B. Abbott, K. Arndt, G. Celis, C. Christiansen, E. Cooper, S. Davydov, J. Egan, B. Elberling, E. Euskirchen, T. Friborg, M. Goeckede, J. Goodrich, P. Grogan, E. Jafarov, J. Jastrow, A. Kalhori, K. Larsen, J. McFarland, A. Michelsen, W. Oechel, D. Olefeldt, H. Rezanezhad, D. Risk, T. Sachs, K. Schaefer, N. Schmidt, E. Schuur, P. Semenchuk, C. Treat, M. Waldrop, D. Zona, Y. Kim, R. Commane, M. Björkman, P. Crill, C. Czimczik, M. Helbig, L. Kutzbach, W. Quinton, J. Schimel, G. Shaver, O. Sonnentag, G. Starr, J. Welker, C. Wille, X. Xu, Q. Zhuang, Y. Wang, M. Aurela, T. Laurila, M. Lund. A Pan-Arctic Synthesis of Cold Season Carbon Emissions. Joint NACP and Ameriflux Principal Investigators Meeting. March 27-30, 2017, North Bethesda, MD, USA.

308. Helbig M., Chasmer L., Desai A.R., Kljun N., Pappas C., Quinton W.L., Treat C.C., Sonnentag O. Carbon dioxide and methane fluxes of thawing organic-rich boreal forest-wetland landscapes in northwestern Canada. Joint NACP and Ameriflux Principal Investigators Meeting. March 27-30, 2017, North Bethesda, MD, USA.

307. Devoie, É., J. Craig, R. Connon and W. Quinton. Modelling the sensitivity of plateau-bog complexes to changes induced by permafrost thaw in the discontinuous permafrost zone. CGU - Biogeosciences, Earth Surface Processes, & Hydrology Sections Student Meeting, 4 February, 2017, Dept. of Geography, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada.

306. Ackley, C., W. Quinton, S. Tank. Ecohydrological impacts of wildfire on a peat plateau, Scotty Creek, NWT. CGU - Biogeosciences, Earth Surface Processes, & Hydrology Sections Student Meeting, 4 February, 2017, Dept. of Geography, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada.

305. Persaud, B., P. Whitfield, W. Quinton. Assessing the consistency of gridded temperature and precipitation across southern NWT. CGU - Biogeosciences, Earth Surface Processes, & Hydrology Sections Student Meeting, 4 February, 2017, Dept. of Geography, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada.

304. Rezanezhad, F., J.S. Price, W.L. Quinton, B. Lennartz, T. Milojevic and P. Van Cappellen. Structure of peat soils and implications for water storage, flow and solute transport. World Wetlands Day 2017, 2 February, 2017, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada.

303. Mengistu, S.G., S.E. Tank, D. Olefeldt, C. Spence, W.L. Quinton and N. Dion. Evaluating the effects of fire and landscape on stream water concentrations of carbon, nutrients and ions in watersheds of the Taiga Plains and Taiga Shield, NWT. Annual Meeting of the Cumulative Impacts Monitoring Program, Yellowknife, Canada, 31 Jan.-1 Feb., 2017.

302. Helbig, M., L. Chasmer, A.R. Deseai, W. Quinton, N Kljun, O. Sonnentag. Direct climate warming effects exceed indirect impacts of permafrost thaw on boreal landscape net CO2 exchange. Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. 12-16 December, 2016.

301. Mengistu, S.G., S.E. Tank, D. Olefeldt, C. Spence, W.L. Quinton and N. Dion. Evaluating the effects of fire and landscape characteristics on the export of carbon, nutrients and ions from watersheds of the Taiga Plains and Taiga Shield ecoregions of the NWT. Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. 12-16 December, 2016.

300. Connon, R. and W. Quinton. The Scotty Creek field course for high school students. Dehcho K’Ehodi Rgional Gathering, Fort Simpson, NWT, Canada, 7-8 Dec., 2016.

299. Latta, A., M. English, J. McGeer, W. Quinton, M. Wilkie. Update on Wilfrid Laurier University Water Research in the NWT. NWT Water Stewardship Strategy Implementation Workshop, Nov. 8-9, 2016.

298. Persaud, B., P. Whitfield, W. L. Quinton. Assessing the reliability of gridded temperature and precipitation across continental NWT. Changing Cold Regions Network, 4th Annual General Meeting, University of Guelph, 2 - 4 November, 2016.

297. Mathieu, E., O. Sonnentag and W.L. Quinton. Wildfire Impacts on Snowmelt and Ground Thaw on a Peat Plateau, Scotty Creek, NWT. Changing Cold Regions Network, 4th Annual General Meeting, University of Guelph, 2 - 4 November, 2016.

296. Devoie, É., J. Craig, R. Connon, W.L. Quinton. A hole in the bucket: closing the water balance in fill and spill bog cascades. Changing Cold Regions Network, 4th Annual General Meeting, University of Guelph, 2 - 4 November, 2016.

295. Connon, R., B. Persaud, N. Wilson, É. Devoie, W. Quinton. Trend analysis of historical solid precipitation data at Fort Simpson, NWT. Changing Cold Regions Network, 4th Annual General Meeting, University of Guelph, 2 - 4 November, 2016.

294. Carpino, O., A. Berg, J. Adams, W.L. Quinton. Permafrost thaw-induced forest losses in boreal peatlands. Changing Cold Regions Network, 4th Annual General Meeting, University of Guelph, 2 - 4 November, 2016.

293. Braverman, M., and W. L. Quinton. Permafrost degradation under linear disturbances in the regions of discontinuous permafrost. Changing Cold Regions Network, 4th Annual General Meeting, University of Guelph, 2 - 4 November, 2016.

292. Adams, J. and W.L. Quinton. Remote sensing of land cover change over Canada’s sub-Arctic discontinuous permafrost region. Changing Cold Regions Network, 4th Annual General Meeting, University of Guelph, 2 - 4 November, 2016.

291. Ackley, C. and W.L. Quinton. Eco-hydrological impacts of wildfires on a permafrost plateau, Scotty Creek, NWT. Changing Cold Regions Network, 4th Annual General Meeting, University of Guelph, 2 - 4 November, 2016.

290. Warren, R, Sonnentag, O, Berg, A, Quinton, W, and Baltzer, J (2016). Partitioning evapotranspiration in a subarctic peatland based on ecosystem-level eddy covariance and sap flow measurements. McGill University Peatland Meeting, Montreal, QC.

289. Baltzer, JL, McManus, A, Quinton, WL (2016). Galling mites contribute to ecosystem protection of permafrost in a boreal peatland. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution Annual General Meeting. St. John’s, NL.

288. Gosselin, Gabriel, Ryan Connon, Manuel Helbig, Emily Haughton, Karoline Wischnewski, Jessica Hanisch, Tim Moore, William Quinton, Oliver Sonnentag. Characterising the impact of thaw-induced wetland expansion on the water balance of a boreal forest-wetland landscape in the sporadic permafrost zone. ArcticNet, Winnipeg, 5-9 December, 2016.

287. Kurylyk, Barret L., Masaki Hayashi, William L. Quinton, and Clifford I. Voss. Simulated thaw evolution of a peat plateau-bog complex in a discontinuous permafrost region, Northwest Territories, Canada. Yukon Geoscience Forum, Whitehorse, 19-22 November, 2016.

286. Gosselin, G., Connon, R., Helbig, M., Haughton, E., Wischnewski, K., Hanisch, J., Moore, T., Quinton, W., Sonnentag, O. Characterising the impact of thaw-induced wetland expansion on the water balance of a boreal forest-wetland landscape in the sporadic permafrost zone, ArcticNet, Winnipeg, Canada, Dec., 2016.

285. Mengistu, S., S. Tank, D. Olefeldt, C. Spence, W. Quinton and N. Dion, 2016. Evaluating the effects of fire and landscape characteristics on the export of carbon, nutrients and ions from watersheds of the Taiga Plains and Taiga Shield ecoregions of the NWT. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 12-16 Dec., 2016.

284. Warren, R., C. Pappas, M. Helbig, A. Berg, O. Sonnentag, J. Baltzer, W. Quinton, L. Chasmer, R. Patankar, 2016. Contribution of black spruce (Picea mariana) transpiration to growing season evapotranspiration in a subarctic discontinuous permafrost peatland complex. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 12-16 Dec., 2016.

283. Helbig M., L. Chasmer, A. Desai, W. Quinton, N. Kljun, O. Sonnentag, 2016. Net CO2 exchange of a boreal forest-wetland landscape are more affected by direct climate warming effects than by thaw-induced wetland expansion. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 12-16 Dec., 2016.

282. Adams, J. & W. Quinton. Remote sensing of forest-wetland changes over the discontinuous permafrost region. Guest lecture, Ducks Unlimited Canada Boreal Office. 21 October, 2016. Edmonton, Canada.

281. Rezanezhad, F., J. Price, W. Quinton, B. Lennartz, T. Milojevic, P. VanCappellen, 2016. Structure of peat soils and implications for water storage, flow and solute transport: A review update for geochemists. 5th International Ecosummit. Ecological Sustainability. 29 August - 1 September, 2016, Montpellier, France.

280. Marsh, P., D. Keim, E. Wilcox, W. Quinton, A. Toure, T. de Jong, A. Ireson, S. Endrizzi, O. Sonnentag. The spatial and temporal variability of the frost table, and its hydrological importance, in the western Canadian Arctic. International Conference on Permafrost, 20 - 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany.

279. Braverman, M., W. Quinton, J. Adams, J. Baltzer, R. Connon, 2016. Examining the ecosystem impacts of seismic lines in discontinuous permafrost from field and remotely sensed measurements. International Conference on Permafrost, 20 - 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany.

278. Adams, J., W. Quinton, A. Berg, O. Carpino. Identifying the amount and rate of forest-wetland cover change over the southern Taiga Plains discontinuous permafrost region in Canada using remote sensing. International Conference on Permafrost, 20 - 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany.

277. Connon, R., É. Devoie, W. Quinton, O. Sonnentag, M. Hayashi, T. Veness. Changing runoff pathways due to permafrost thaw in discontinuous permafrost terrains. International Conference on Permafrost, 20 - 24 June 2016, Potsdam, Germany.

276. Helbig, M., N. Kljun, L. Chasmer, K. Wischnewski, W. Quinton, M. Detto and O. Sonnentag. Characterising the impact of permafrost thaw on methane fluxes across a heterogeneous boreal landscape. 32nd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 22nd Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence, and Third Conference on Biogeosciences. 20 – 24 June 2016 Salt Lake City, UT

275. Persaud, B.D., W.L. Quinton and P.H. Whitfield, 2016.Variation of daily precipitation and temperature extremes over southern discontinuous permafrost terrain in the Northwest Territory. 50th CMOS Congress & joint CGU Annual Meeting, May 29 - June 2, 2016.

274. Carpino, O., A. Berg, J. Adams and W. Quinton, 2016. Determining permafrost-thaw-induced forest loss in the boreal peatlands of the Canadian subarctic. 50th CMOS Congress & joint CGU Annual Meeting, Fredericton, Canada, May 29 - June 2, 2016.

273. Connon, R., É. Devoie, W. Quinton. The influence of taliks on hydrologic connectivity in discontinuous permafrost terrains. 50th CMOS Congress & joint CGU Annual Meeting, Frederickton, Canada, May 29 - June 2, 2016.

272. Haughton, E.R., W.L. Quinton and O. Sonnentag, 2016. Snowmelt Energy Balance at Scotty Creek, NWT. 50th CMOS Congress & joint CGU Annual Meeting, May 29 - June 2, 2016.

271. Mathieu, E., W. Quinton and O. Sonnentag, 2016. Wildfire Impacts on Snow Accumulation, Snow Melt and Ground Thaw on a Peat Plateau. 50th CMOS Congress & joint CGU Annual Meeting, May 29 - June 2, 2016.

270. Braverman, M. and W. Quinton, 2016. Modelling permafrost degradation under a linear disturbance in the discontinuous permafrost zone. 50th CMOS Congress & joint CGU Annual Meeting, May 29 - June 2, 2016.

269. Stone, L., W. Quinton, O. Sonnentag, 2016. Primary water transport pathways of channel fens in the peatland-dominated zone of discontinuous permafrost. 50th CMOS Congress & joint CGU Annual Meeting, May 29 - June 2, 2016.

268. Helbig, M., M. Detto, K. Wischnewski, L. Chasmer, W. Quinton, N. Kljun, M. Detto, O. Sonnentag. Impacts of permafrost thaw on methane fluxes across a heterogeneous boreal landscape. Third Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences Salt Lake City, UT, 10 May 2016.

267. Sonnentag, O., M. Helbig, F. Payette, K. Wischnewski, N. Kljun, L. Chasmer, C. Pappas, M. Detto, J. Baltzer, W. Quinton and P. Marsh, 2016. Permafrost thaw and fire history: implications of boreal tree cover changes on land surface properties and turbulent energy fluxes in the Taiga Plains, Canada. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 18, EGU General Assembly, 17–22 April, 2016.

266. Haughton, E. and W. Quinton. Snowmelt energy balance at Scotty Creek, NWT. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Student Conference, University of Waterloo, 5 February, 2016.

265. Connon, R. and W. Quinton. Changing runoff pathways due to permafrost thaw in discontinuous permafrost terrains. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Student Conference, University of Waterloo, 5 February, 2016.

264. Devoie, E., J. Craig, W. Quinton. Permafrost thaw rate and hillslope runoff generation in the permafrost transition zone. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Student Conference, University of Waterloo, 5 February, 2016.

263. Braverman, M. and W. Quinton. Modelling permafrost degradation under linear disturbance in the regions of discontinuous permafrost. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Student Conference, University of Waterloo, 5 February, 2016.

262. Mathieu, E. and W. Quinton. The Impacts of Wildfires on Seasonal and Permafrost Thaw on a Peat Plateau at Scotty Creek, Northwest Territories, Canada. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Student Conference, University of Waterloo, 5 February, 2016.

261. Persaud, B. and W. Quinton. Recent Variation of Daily Precipitation and Temperature Extremes at Fort Simpson, NWT. Canadian Geophysical Union Annual Student Conference, University of Waterloo, 5 February, 2016.

260. Sonnentag O, Helbig M, Wischnewski K, Humphreys E, Quinton W, Bogoev I. Le biais introduit par la chaleur sensible sur les flux de dioxyde de carbone mesurés par techniques de covariance des turbulences à trajet ouvert. Centre d'études nordiques at Université Laval.

259. Pedinotti, V., G. Sapriza, L. Stone, B. Davison, A. Pietroniro, W. Quinton, C. Spence and H. Wheater, 2015. Towards large scale modelling of wetland water dynamics in northern basins. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 14-18 Dec., 2015.

258. Helbig M., K. Wischnewski, F. Payette, L. Chasmer, W. Quinton, N. Kljun, M. Detto, O. Sonnentag, E. Humphreys, W. Quinton and I. Bogoev. Land cover change in the zone of sporadic permafrost causes shift in landscape-scale turbulent energy fluxes. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 14-18 Dec., 2015.

257. Sonnentag, O., M. Helbig, K. Wischnewski, E. Humphreys, W. Quinton and I. Bogoev. Sensible heat bias in open-path eddy covariance carbon dioxide flux measurements. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, 14-18 Dec., 2015.

256. Braverman, M., W. Quinton. Permafrost thaw under linear disturbances: Impact on hydrological regime in regions of discontinuous permafrost. Changing Cold Regions Network, 3rd Annual General Meeting, University of Saskatchewan, 2-4 November, 2015.

255. Stone, L., W. Quinton, V. Pedinotti, O. Sonnentag. Characterization of lateral flow transport through wetlands in a discontinuous permafrost environment, NWT. Changing Cold Regions Network, 3rd Annual General Meeting, University of Saskatchewan, 2-4 November, 2015.

254. Haughton, E., W. Quinton, O. Sonnentag. A Snowmelt Energy Balance for a Northern Boreal Forest: Scotty Creek, NWT. Changing Cold Regions Network, 3rd Annual General Meeting, University of Saskatchewan, 2-4 November, 2015.

253. Mathieu, E., W. Quinton, O. Sonnentag. Impact of wildfires on seasonal and permafrost thaw on a peat plateau at Scotty Creek, Northwest Territories, Canada. Changing Cold Regions Network, 3rd Annual General Meeting, University of Saskatchewan, 2-4 November, 2015.

252. Persaud, B.D., W.L Quinton and P.H.Whitfield. Trends in extreme precipitation and temperature at Fort Simpson, NWT from observations and reanalysis data. Changing Cold Regions Network, 3rd Annual General Meeting, University of Saskatchewan, 2-4 November, 2015.

251. Quinton, W., G. Strickert, A. Spring, C. DeBeer, R. Sandford. Outreach and Engagement in the CCRN. Changing Cold Regions Network, 3rd Annual General Meeting, University of Saskatchewan, 2 – 4 November, 2015.

250. Hanisch, J., R. Connon, W. Quinton, D. Olefeldt, T. Moore, O. Sonnentag. Changing hydrological conditions as main driver for dissolved organic carbon export from northern peatlands in the discontinuous permafrost zone. Canadian Association of Geographers - Ontario Division. Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, 23-24 Oct., 2015.

249. Pedinotti, V., G. Sapriza, L. Stone, B. Davison, A. Pietroniro, W. Quinton, C. Spence, H. Wheater. Towards a large scale modelling of wetlands water dynamics in northern basins. CCRN Modelling Workshop (Modelling Change in Cold Regions), National Hydrology Research Centre, Saskatoon, Canada, September 28-30, 2015

248. Braverman, M. and W. Quinton, 2015. Simulating thaw and drainage from seismic lines in discontinuous permafrost. GeoQuebec 2015 – the 68th Canadian Geotechnical Conference and the 7th Canadian Conference to the Permafrost, Quebec City, September, 2015.

247. Persaud, B.D., Whitfield P.H. and Quinton W.L. Recent Variation of Daily Precipitation and Temperature of the Lower Liard River Basin. GeoQuebec 2015 – the 68th Canadian Geotechnical Conference and the 7th Canadian Conference to the Permafrost, Quebec City, September, 2015.

246. Kurylyk B. L., M Hayashi, W. L. Quinton, C. I. Voss. Simulated thaw Development of a peat plateau-bog complex in a discontinuous permafrost region, Northwest Territories. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

245. Pedinotti, V., G. Sapriza, L. Stone, B. Davison, A. Pietroniro, W. Quinton, C. Spence, H. Wheater. Towards a large scale modelling of wetlands water dynamics in northern basins. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

244. VanOpstal, S.R. & W.L. Quinton. Root Network Impact on Soil Thermal Conductivity and Active Layer Thaw. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

243. Warren, R., A. Berg, W. Quinton and J. Blatzer. Black Spruce (Picea mariana) Water Use Response to Water Deficits on a Permafrost Peat Plateau. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

242. Connon, R.F., W.L. Quinton, J.R. Craig, J. Hanisch & O. Sonnentag. Hydrological Response of a Bog Cascade with Dynamic Contributing Area in Discontinuous Permafrost. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

241. Braverman, M. and W. Quinton. Lateral Variations of Ground Temperatures along Linear Disturbances in Peatlands in the Zone of Discontinuous Permafrost. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

240. Wischnewski, K., Helbig, M., Kljun, N., Chasmer, L., Marsh, P., Quinton, W., Sonnentag, O. From 10 Hz to 30 minutes: Standardized Procedures for (Post)-Processing Eddy Covariance Measurements of the Taiga Plains Flux Tower Meso-Network in Northwestern Canada. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

239. Haughton, E.R., W.L. Quinton, O. Sonnentag. Spatial Variability of Snowmelt Rates: Scotty Creek, NWT. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

238. Persaud, B.D., P.H. Whitfield and W.L. Quinton. Precipitation Variability at Scotty Creek, Northwest Territories, Canada. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

237. Kurylyk, B., Masaki Hayashi, William L. Quinton, and Clifford I. Voss. Simulated thaw development of a peat plateau-bog complex in a discontinuous permafrost region, Northwest Territories, Canada. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 12-17 April, 2015.

236. McManus, A.S., W.L. Quinton, J.L. Baltzer. Implications of galling herbivory on ground thaw through shrub-soil heat transfers within Canada’s northern boreal forest. Canadian Geophysical Union-Annual Student Conference, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, 7 February, 2015.

235. Warren, R., A. Berg, W. Quinton, J. Baltzer. Analysis of Soil Water Dynamics and Black Spruce (Picea mariana) Water Use on a Permafrost Peat Plateau. Canadian Geophysical Union-Annual Student Conference, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, 7 February, 2015.

234. VanOpstal, S. and W. Quinton. Black Spruce Root Network Impact on Soil Thermal Conductivity and Active Layer Thaw. Canadian Geophysical Union-Annual Student Conference, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, 7 February, 2015.

233. Braverman, M. and W. Quinton. Permafrost thaw under linear disturbances: Impact on hydrological regime in regions of discontinuous permafrost. Canadian Geophysical Union-Annual Student Conference, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, 7 February, 2015.

232. Connon, R. and W. Quinton. Formation and Hydrologic Function of a Bog Cascade in Discontinuous Permafrost. Canadian Geophysical Union-Annual Student Conference, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, 7 February, 2015.

231. Haughton, E. and W. Quinton. Snow Ablation and Energy Balance at Scotty Creek, NWT. Canadian Geophysical Union-Annual Student Conference, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, 7 February, 2015.

230. Persaud, B., P. Whitfield, W. Quinton. Wavelet Spectral Analysis of Precipitation and Temperature of the Lower Liard River Basin. Canadian Geophysical Union-Annual Student Conference, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, 7 February, 2015.

229. McManus, A.S., W.L. Quinton, J.L. Baltzer. “Mite” be a problem. Implications of galling herbivory on ground thaw through shrub-soil heat transfers within Canada’s northern boreal forest. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

228. McManus, A., J L Baltzer, W L Quinton. Galling Herbivory impacts on Ground Thaw Through Shrub-Soil Heat Transfers in Canada’s Northern Boreal Forest - Poster. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

227. Helbig, Manuel, Elyn Humphreys, Ivan Bogoev, William L Quinton, Karoline Wischnweski, and Oliver Sonnentag. Effects of biased CO2 flux measurements by open-path sensors on the interpretation of CO2 flux dynamics at contrasting ecosystems. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 12-17 April, 2015.

226. Kurylyk, Barret L., Masaki Hayashi, William L. Quinton, and Clifford I. Voss. Simulated thaw evolution of a peat plateau-bog complex in a discontinuous permafrost region, Northwest Territories, Canada. AGU-GAC-MAC-CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, 3-7 May, 2015.

225. McManus, A., J. Baltzer and W. Quinton. ‘Mite’ be a problem. Implications of galling herbivory on ground thaw in Canada’s northern Boreal forest. World Water Day 2015: Water and Sustainable Development. University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, 23 March, 2015.

224. Helbig, M., Wischnewski, K., Chasmer, L., Kljun, N., Quinton, W.L. & O. Sonnentag. Using a nested flux tower approach and footprint modelling over a heterogeneous boreal forest-peatland landscape with discontinuous permafrost. NACP and AmeriFlux Joint Meeting, Jan. 26 – 29, 2015, Washington D.C.

223. Sonnentag, O., Helbig, M., Payette, F., Wischnewski, K., Baltzer, J., Marsh, P., Quinton, W., 2014. Implications of boreal forest expansion and loss for regional climate in northwestern Canada. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, 15-19 Dec., San Fransisco, USA.

222. Berg, A., W. Quinton, J. Huang, L. Chasmer, J. Ambadan, R. Connon, L. Stone, 2014. The relationship of increasing trends in GRACE observed total water storage to landscape changes in the Southern Taiga Plain. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, 15-19 Dec., San Fransisco, USA.

221. Hanisch, J., Connon, R., Templeton, M., Quinton, W., Olefeldt, D. Moore, T., Roulet, N., Sonnentag, O., 2014. Characterizing dissolved organic carbon concentrations and export in a boreal forest-peatland landscape under the influence of rapidly degrading discontinuous permafrost. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, 15-19 Dec., San Fransisco, USA.

220. Helbig M., Wischnewski K., Chasmer L., Quinton W., Kljun, N., Detto, M., Sonnentag O, 2014. Seasonal dynamics of the land surface energy balance of a boreal forest-peatland landscape affected by degrading permafrost in the Taiga Plains, Canada. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, 15-19 Dec., San Fransisco, USA.

219. Pelletier, N., D. Olefeldt, M. Turetsky, W. Quinton, O.Sonnentag, J.Talbot, 2014.

Post-thaw carbon stock variation in a permafrost peatland of the boreal zone. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, 15-19 Dec., San Fransisco, USA.

218. Pelletier, N., D. Olefeldt, M. Turetsky, W. Quinton, O.Sonnentag, J.Talbot, 2014. Post-thaw carbon stock variation in a permafrost peatland of the boreal zone. Arctic Change 2014, 8-12 December, Ottawa, Canada.

217. Hanisch, J., Connon, R., Templeton, M., Quinton, W., Olefeldt, D. Moore, T., Roulet, N., Sonnentag, O., 2014. Remobilization of dissolved organic carbon in a boreal forest-peatland landscape under the influence of rapidly degrading discontinuous permafrost. Arctic Change 2014, 8-12 December, Ottawa, Canada.

216. Sonnentag O., Helbig, M., Baltzer J, Chasmer L., Detto M., Kljun, N. Marsh P., Payette, F., Quinton W., Wischnewski, K. The Taiga Plains Research Network: observing net carbon, water and heat exchanges across a latitudinal permafrost gradient in northwestern Canada for improved understanding of high latitude ecosystem responses to climate change. Arctic Change 2014, 8-12 December, Ottawa, Canada.

215. Warren, R., A. Berg, W. Quinton, J. Baltzer. Analysis of the soil water dynamics of a permafrost peat plateau. Arctic Change 2014, 8-12 December, Ottawa, Canada.

214. Connon, R.F., W.L. Quinton, J.R. Craig & O. Sonnentag. Hydrologic function of a bog cascade in thawing discontinuous permafrost, Scotty Creek, Northwest Territories, Canada. CCRN Early Career Researcher Network (ECRN), 19 Oct., 2014, Waterloo, Canada.

213. McManus, A.S., W.L. Quinton, J.L. Baltzer. Implications of galling herbivory on ground thaw through shrub-soil heat transfers within Canada’s northern boreal forest. CCRN Early Career Researcher Network (ECRN), 19 Oct., 2014, Waterloo, Canada.

212. Warren, R., A. Berg, W. Quinton & J. Baltzer. Soil Water Dynamics in the Active Layer of Permafrost Peat Plateaus. CCRN Early Career Researcher Network (ECRN), 19 Oct., 2014, Waterloo, Canada.

211. Mohammed, A., R. Schincariol, W. Quinton. Mitigating the Impact of Anthropogenic Disturbance in Subarctic Peatlands. Symposium for New Research in Groundwater Science (SyNRGS) 2013: 20-21 September, 2013, Western University, London, Canada.

210. Mohammed, A., R. Schincariol, W. Quinton. Mitigating permafrost degradation due to linear disturbances in subarctic peatlands. Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America. Vancouver, Canada, 19-22 October, 2014.

209. Helbig, M., Wischnewski, K., Chasmer, L., Quinton, W., Kljun, N., Marsh, P. & Sonnentag, O. Monitoring Carbon, Water and Heat Fluxes in Northwestern Canada under the influence of Changing Land Cover and Permafrost Conditions. 1st ICOS International Conference on Greenhouse Gases and Biogeochemical Cycles, Brussels, Belgium, 23-25 September, 2014.

208. Higgins, Kellina, F. Payette, E. Lévesque, W. Quinton and O. Sonnentag. Small-scale influence of vegetation on thaw depth in a boreal forest-peatland landscape, Northwest Territories, Canada. EUCOP4: 4th European Conference on Permafrost, 18-21 June, 2014. Évora, Portugal.

207. Helbig, M., Detto, M., Wischnewski, K., Chasmer, L., Quinton, W., Kljun, N., Payette, F., Higgins, K. & Sonnentag, O. The influence of rapidly degrading discontinuous permafrost in the Northwest Territories, Canada, on atmospheric CO2 and CH4 fluxes. EUCOP4: 4th European Conference on Permafrost, 18-21 June, 2014. Évora, Portugal.

206. DeBeer, C., Strickert, G., Wheater, H., Quinton, W. Mobilizing Scientific Knowledge and Enhancing Environmental Decision Support in Northern and Western Canada: The Outreach and Engagement Programme of the Changing Cold Regions Network. 48th Congress of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society - Rimouski, Quebec, 1-5 June, 2014.

205. Braverman, M. and Quinton, W. Impact of Linear Disturbance on Hydrological Regime in Regions of Discontinuous Permafrost. GeoRegina 2014. Regina, Saskatchewan, 28 September - 1 October, 2014.

204. Connon, R., W. Quinton, J. Craig & M. Hayashi. The Effect of Permafrost Thaw on. Rising Streamflows in the Lower Liard River Valley, NWT, Canada. Canadian Geophysical Union Joint Annual Meeting with Canadian Society of Soil Science and Mantle Convection Workshop in Banff, Alberta, 4-7 May, 2014.

203. Braverman, M. and Quinton, W. Impact of Linear Disturbance on Hydrological Regime in Regions of Discontinuous Permafrost. Canadian Geophysical Union Joint Annual Meeting with Canadian Society of Soil Science and Mantle Convection Workshop in Banff, Alberta, 4-7 May, 2014.

202. VanOpstal, S. and Quinton, W. Exploring the role root networks have on seasonal ground thaw in the zone of discontinuous permafrost. Canadian Geophysical Union Joint Annual Meeting with Canadian Society of Soil Science and Mantle Convection Workshop in Banff, Alberta, 4-7 May, 2014.

201. Williams, T., Pomeroy, J., Janowicz R., Carey, S., Rasouli, K., Quinton, W. An Improved Method for Calculating Ground Surface Temperatures in Snow Free Periods. Canadian Geophysical Union Joint Annual Meeting with Canadian Society of Soil Science and Mantle Convection Workshop in Banff, Alberta, 4-7 May, 2014.

200. Helbig, M., Detto, M., Wischnewski, K., Quinton, W.L., Sonnentag, O. Greenhouse gas fluxes of a rapidly degrading permafrost landscape in the Taiga Plains, Northwest Territories. THAW 2014. Thermokarst Aquatic Ecosystems Workshop. Quebec City, Canada, 12-15 March, 2014.

199. Helbig M., Detto M., Higgins K., Payette F., Wischnewski K., Chasmer L., Quinton W., Kljun N., Sonnentag O. The influence of rapidly degrading discontinuous permafrost in the Northwest Territories, Canada on atmospheric carbon dioxide and methane fluxes. European Conference on Permafrost, Evora, Portugal, 18-21 June, 2014.

198. Higgins, K., F. Payette, E. Lévesque, W. Quinton, and O. Sonnentag. Small scale influence of vegetation on thaw depth in a discontinuous permafrost peatland landscape, NWT, Canada: Field and experimental evidence. European Conference on Permafrost, Evora, Portugal, 18-21 June, 2014.

197. Connon, R., W. Quinton, M. Hayashi and J. Craig. The effect of permafrost thaw on rising stream flows in the lower Liard River valley, NWT, Canada. Canadian Geophysical Union – Hydrology Section. Eastern Student Meeting, University of Toronto, January, 2014.

196. Helbig M., Detto M., Higgins K., Wischnewski K., Chasmer L., Quinton W., Sonnentag O. Quantifying carbon, water and energy fluxes under the influence of rapidly degrading discontinuous permafrost in the Northwest Territories, Canada. American Geophyscial Union, Annual Meeting, 9-13 Dec., 2013.

195. Sonnentag, O., Helbig, M., Detto, M., Wischnewski, K., Chasmer, L., Marsh, P., and Quinton, W. Establishment of a meso-network of eddy covariance towers to quantify carbon, water and energy fluxes along a permafrost and climate gradient in the Taiga Plains, Northwest Territories, Canada. American Geophyscial Union, Annual Meeting, 9-13 Dec., 2013.

194. Raleigh, M., C. Landry, M. Hayashi, W. Quinton, & J. Lundquist. Approximating snow surface temperature from standard temperature and humidity data: New possibilities for snow model and remote sensing validation. American Geophyscial Union, Annual Meeting, 9-13 Dec., 2013.

193. Berg, Aaron; Rebecca Warren; Michael A. Merchant; Tracy L. Rowlandson; William L. Quinton. Spatial and temporal variation of soil water in the Canadian Sub-arctic and relationship to SMOS brightness temperature. American Geophyscial Union, Annual Meeting, 9-13 Dec., 2013.

192. Hayashi, M., A. Rivière, W. Quinton; J. McKenzie; C. Voss. Permafrost response to climate change: Linking field observation with numerical simulation. American Geophyscial Union, Annual Meeting, 9-13 Dec., 2013.

191. Pelletier, N., D. Olefeldt, M. Turretsky, W. Quinton, O. Sonnentag, J. Talbot. Influence of permafrost thaw on carbon cycling and veghetation communities in a northern discontinuous peatland complex at Scotty Creek, Northwest Territories. American Geophyscial Union, Annual Meeting, 9-13 Dec., 2013.

190. Quinton, W., O. Sonnentag, R. Connon, L.Chasmer. The growth of permafrost-free bogs at the southern margin of permafrost, 1947-2010. American Geophyscial Union, Annual Meeting, 9-13 Dec., 2013.

189. Fafard, M, W. Quinton, J. Baltzer, 2013. Successional processes in subarctic wetlands influenced by permafrost thaw. Faster, Higher, More? Past, Present and Future Dynamics of Alpine and Arctic Flora Under Climate Change. Kurhaus Bergun, Grisons, Switzerland.

188. Connon, R, Baltzer, J, Craig, J, Hayashi, M, and Quinton, WL (2013) Rising stream flows in the lower Liard River valley, NWT, Canada: examining potential causes. 2013 Joint Scientific Congress of CMOS, CGU, & CWRA, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

187. Chasmer, L., Quinton, W., Hopkinson, C., Veness, T., and Baltzer, J. (2013) Quantifying land cover classification sensitivity to shape, structure, and form within the discontinuous permafrost zone, NWT: Importance to hydrological model parameterization. 2013 Joint Scientific Congress of CMOS, CGU, & CWRA, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

186. Sonnentag O, Baltzer JL, Chasmer L, Detto M, Marsh P, and Quinton W (2012) Influence of increasing active layer depth and continued permafrost degradation on carbon, water and energy fluxes over two contrasting, ofrested permafrost landscapes in the Taiga Plains, Northwest Territories, Canada. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Fransisco, USA.

185. Sniderhan, AE, Patankar, R, Baltzer, JL (2013) The changing climate: Picea mariana on discontinuous permafrost. Annual Meeting of the Changing Cold Regions Network, Saskatoon, Saskatchewn.

184. Fafard, M, Quinton, W, Baltzer, J (2013) Successional processes in subarctic wetlands influenced by permafrost thaw. Faster, Higher, More? Past, Present and Future Dynamics of Alpine and Arctic Flora Under Climate Change. Kurhaus Bergun, Grisons, Switzerland.

183. Baltzer, J., R. Patankar, A. Downey, W. Quinton. Roots on ice – responses of root water uptake to seasonal thaw and permafrost degradation in a subarctic boreal peatland. 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow. 4-7 June 2013, Ghent, Belgium.

182. Connon, R., J. Baltzer, J. Craig, M. Hayashi, W. Quinton. Rising stream flows in the lower Liard River valley, NWT, Canada: examining potential causes. Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Saskatoon, Canada, 26-30 May, 2013.

181. Hopkinson, C., L. Chasmer, W. Quinton. Studying permafrost plateau morphological processes and rates of change using LiDAR and Thermography. 55th Annual Meeting of the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (WDCAG), University of Lethbridge, 7-9 March 2013.

180. Chasmer, L., W. Quinton, C. Hopkinson, T. Veness, J. Blatzer. Quantifying land cover classification sensitivity to shape, structure, and form within the discontinuous permafrost zone, NWT: Importance to hydrological model parameterization. Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Saskatoon, Canada, 26-30 May, 2013.

179. Hopkinson, C., L. Chasmer, W. Quinton. Studying permafrost plateau morphological processes and rates of change using LiDAR and Thermography. Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Saskatoon, Canada, 26-30 May, 2013.

178. Rivière, A., M. Hayashi, W. Quinton. Roles of groundwater processes in the evolution of complex landscape of discontinuous permafrost. Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Saskatoon, Canada, 26-30 May, 2013.

177. Pomeroy, J., H. Wheater, W. Quinton, R. Stewart. Changing Cold Regions: Addressing Atmospheric, Cryospheric, Ecological and Hydrological Change in the Saskatchewan and Mackenzie River Basins, Canada. Session H14: Addressing Water Security Through Large Scale Hydroclimatology Studies. AGU Meeting in the Americas in Cancun, Mexico on 14–17 May 2013.

176. Sonnentag O., Baltzer J, Chasmer L., Detto M., Marsh P., Quinton W. Influence of increasing active-layer depth and continued permafrost degradation on carbon, water and energy fluxes over two contrasting, forested permafrost landscapes in the Taiga Plains, Northwest Territories, Canada. Fall Meeting of American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December 3-7, 2012.

175. Cockburn, J., J. Baltzer, W. Quinton. Rates of landscape change in discontinuous permafrost terrain inferred from Goose Lake sediments, Scotty Creek Basin, Northwest Territories, Canada. Fall Meeting of American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December 3-7, 2012.

174. Baltzer, J, Quinton, W and Chasmer, L. Permafrost thaw as a mechanism for widespread boreal forest loss. Ecological Society of America 2012 Annual Meeting, Sept., 2012, Portland, OR, USA.

173. Baltzer, J. and W. Quinton, 2012. The Taiga Plains Monitoring Network. Presentation to the Aurora Research Institute, Inuvik, NWT, 3 September.

172. Baltzer, J., W. Quinton and L. Chasmer, 2012. Permafrost thaw as a mechanism for widespread boreal forest loss. Annual Meeting of the American Ecological Society, Portland, USA, 5-10 August.

171. Veness, T. and W. Quinton, 2012. Connecting spatial variability of thaw to preferential permafrost degradation within the discontinuous permafrost zone: Scotty Creek, Northwest Territories, Canada. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, AB., 5-8 June.

170. Williams, T.J., W.L. Quinton and J. Kanigan, 2012. Linear disturbances in a

peatland environment: Permafrost thaw and landscape change. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, AB., 5-8 June.

169. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, S. Endrizzi, T. Lantz, D. Yang and L. Zhao, 2012. Climate, hydrology, permafrost, and vegetation interactions in the Western Canadian Arctic. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, AB., 5-8 June.

168. Christensen, B., M. Hayashi, Y. Zhang and W.L. Quinton, 2012. Sub-grid thermal modeling of discontinuous permafrost near Ft. Simpson, Northwest Territories. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, AB., 5-8 June.

167. P. Marsh, W. Quinton, S. Endrizzi, C. Onclin, M. Russell, T. Lantz, and S. Kokelj. 2012. The Role of Vegetation, Snow, Soil Moisture and Hydrology on the spatial distribution of active layer thickness and upper permafrost layer melt. International Polar Year Final Science Meeting. Montreal.

166. Williams, T., W. Quinton, L. Chasmer, 2012. Modelling Incoming Radiation on Linear Disturbances near Fort Simpson, NWT. CGU-WS Eastern Student Conference, McMaster University, February 11, 2012

165. Hopkinson, C., L. Chasmer, T. Veness, T. Goulden, W. Quinton, 2012. Investigating forest canopy and permafrost interactions in a northern boreal watershed using airborne LiDAR and thermal imagery, CSRS, Ottawa, June, 2012.

164. Blatzer, J and W. Quinton, 2011. Permafrost thaw in Ontario’s Far North: implications for water resources. Meeting with Ontario Power Generation, University of Waterloo, 23 February, 2012.

163. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, S. Endrizzi, C. Onclin, M. Russell, T. Lantz, and S. Kokelj. The Role of Vegetation, Snow, Soil Moisture and Hydrology on the spatial distribution of active layer thickness and upper permafrost layer melt. IPY 2012 Conference, From Knowledge to Action, 22-27 April, Montréal, Canada.

162. Che, Q., W. Quinton and E. Soulis. Investigation of Snow Cover Area and Water Equivalent Using Ground-based Photography. University of Waterloo, Dept. of Civil Engineering Speaker Series, Nov., 2011.

161. Chasmer, L., C. Hopkinson, R. Petrone, and W. Quinton, 2011. Fusion of airborne LiDAR and WorldView-2 MS data for classification of depth to permafrost within Canada’s sub-Arctic. SilviLaser, Oct. 16-20, Hobart, Australia.

160. Hopkinson, C., L. Chasmer, N. Crasto, T. Goulden, W. Quinton. Assessing spatial coincidence between forest canopy and discontinuous permafrost features. Joint Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union and the Canadian Society of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Banff, Alberta, 15-18 May, 2011.

159. Christensen, B., M. Hayashi, Y. Zhang & W.L. Quinton. Predicting the hydrological response of un-gauged basins in wetland dominated discontinuous permafrost. Joint Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union and the Canadian Society of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Banff, Alberta, 15-18 May, 2011.

158. Quinton, W.L., & T. Brown. Examining the Influence of Permafrost Thaw on Runoff in the Subarctic. Joint Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union and the Canadian Society of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Banff, Alberta, 15-18 May, 2011.

157. Nagare, R.M., R. A. Schincariol, W.L. Quinton & M. Hayashi. Effects of initial water content on freeze-thaw processes in peat mesocosms. Joint Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union and the Canadian Society of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Banff, Alberta, 15-18 May, 2011.

156. Kenward, A., L. Chasmer, R. Petrone & W. Quinton. Influence of Permafrost Plateau Thaw on Carbon Exchanges along a Fen-Plateau-Bog Transect within the Discontinuous Permafrost Zone, Northwest Territories. Joint Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union and the Canadian Society of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Banff, Alberta, 15-18 May, 2011.

155. Hayashi, M., A. McClymont, B. Christensen, L. Bentley, W. Quinton. Thawing of permafrost peatlands: Effects of water-energy feedback on landscape evolution. 1st Joint Meeting of the Canadian Quaternary Association (CANQUA) and the Canadian Chapter of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH-CNC), 28-31 August, 2011, Quebec City, Canada.

154. Hayashi, M., Bentley, L.R., McClymont, A.F. and Quinton, W.L. Geophysical imaging of discontinuous permafrost: Effects of sub-grid landcover variability and linear disturbance. Fall Meeting of American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, December 14-18, 2009

153. Hayashi, M., A.F. McClymont, B.S. Christensen, L.R. Bentley, and W.L. Quinton. Effects of water-energy feedback processes on thawing of peat-covered, discontinuous permafrost. Annual Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 13–17 December, 2010.

152. Petrone, R., L.E. Chasmer, S. Brown, C. Mendoza, J. Diiwu, W. Quinton, C. Hopkinson, K. Devito. Examining the sensitivity of modelled evapotranspiration to vegetation structural characteristics within boreal peatlands, riparian ecosystems and upland mixedwood forest. Annual Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 13–17 December, 2010.

151. Quinton, W., S. Endrizzi, P. Marsh. Investigation of the energy-based theory of runoff in arctic regions with a hydrological model that couples the heat and water balance. Annual Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 13–17 December, 2010.

150. Christensen, B., M. Hayashi, W.L. Quinton, L. Chasmer. Run-Off Generation from Aggregates of Peat Plateaus in the Discontinuous Permafrost Zone of the NWT. IP3 CRHM and Northern Research Workshop, 4-5 October, 2010, Yellowknife, Canada.

149. Marsh, P, S. Endrizzi, W. Quinton. IP3 Research in the Western Canadian Arctic. IP3 CRHM and Northern Research Workshop, 4-5 October, 2010, Yellowknife, Canada.

148. Quinton, W.L. Permafrost thaw in the southern NWT: implications for water resources, Laurier-GNWT Research Partnership Meeting, 13-14 July, 2010, Yellowknife.

147. McClymont, A.F., L.R. Bentley, M. Hayashi, B. Christensen and W.L. Quinton. Geophysical imaging of discontinuous permafrost in northwest Canada. EAGE, Near Surface Geophysics Meeting, Zurich in September, 2010.

146. Christensen, B., M. Hayashi, A. McClymont, L.R. Bentley and W.L. Quinton. Melting of discontinuous permafrost: Effects of canopy removal and water-energy feed-back processes. Canadian Conference on Permafrost, 6th Canadian Conference on Permafrost, Calgary, Alberta, 12-16 Sept., 2010.

145. Endrizzi, S., P. Marsh and W.L. Quinton. Impact of the topographic control on the depth of thaw in a peat covered continuous permafrost site in the arctic tundra. Canadian Conference on Permafrost, 6th Canadian Conference on Permafrost, Calgary, Alberta, 12-16 Sept., 2010.

144. Endrizzi, S., P. Marsh and W. L. Quinton. Topographic control on the depth of thaw in a peat covered continuous permafrost site in the arctic tundra and implication on the runoff production. International Polar Year Oslo Science Conference, Oslo, Norway, 8-12 June 2010.

143. Carey, S.K., W.L. Quinton and J.W. Pomeroy. The Role of Subsurface Storage and Permafrost Change on Subarctic Streamflow. International Polar Year Oslo Science Conference, Oslo, Norway, 8-12 June 2010.

142. Endrizzi, S., P. Marsh and W. Quinton. Topographic control on the depth of thaw in a peat covered continuous permafrost site in the arctic tundra and implication on the runoff production. CGU Joint Meeting with CMOS in Ottawa, May 31 - June 4, 2010.

141. Nagare, R.M., R. Schincariol, W. Quinton and M. Hayashi. Laboratory simulation of water and heat transport in sub- arctic peat soils: Experimental setup. CGU Joint Meeting with CMOS in Ottawa, May 31 - June 4, 2010.

140. Chasmer, L., R.M. Petrone, K.J. Devito, C. Mendoza and W. Quinton. Sensitivity of potential evapotranspiration to canopy characteristics within the western boreal forest, Alberta. CGU Joint Meeting with CMOS in Ottawa, May 31 - June 4, 2010.

139. Kenward, A., W. Quinton, R. Petrone and L. Chasmer. Carbon flux dynamics of a Permafrost-Dominated Boreal Wetland in Northwest Territories, Canada. CGU Joint Meeting with CMOS in Ottawa, May 31 - June 4, 2010.

138. Christensen, B., M. Hayashi, W.L. Quinton, L. Chasmer. Run-Off Generation from Aggregates of Peat Plateaus in the Discontinuous Permafrost Zone of the NWT. CGU Joint Meeting with CMOS in Ottawa, May 31 - June 4, 2010.

137. Verma, A.K., W.L Quinton, L. Chasmer and R. Petrone. Factors controlling the spatial variability of soil thaw on a permafrost plateau. CGU Joint Meeting with CMOS in Ottawa, May 31 - June 4, 2010.

136. Endrizzi, S., P. Marsh, W. Quinton and M. Dall’Amico. Topographic control of the depth of ground thaw in a peat covered continuous permafrost site in the Canadian arctic tundra. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 2–7 May 2010.

135. Hayashi, M. and Quinton, W.L. Melting of discontinuous permafrost: Roles of coupled water and energy transport processes. Seminar presented at U.S. Geological Survey, Lakewood, Colorado, February 22, 2010.

134. Hayashi, M. and Quinton, W.L. Melting of discontinuous permafrost: Roles of coupled water and energy transport processes. Seminar presented at Laval University, Quebec City, January 27, 2010.

133. Rezanezhad, F., W.L. Quinton, J.S. Price, D. Elrick, T.R. Elliot and K.R. Shook, 2009. Examining the Influence of Pore Size Distribution and Geometry on Flow through Unsaturated Peat using 3D Micro-CT Scanning. Annual Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 14–18 December.

132. Marsh, P., S. Endrizzi, W.L. Quinton, R. Thorne, M. Dall'Amico, 2009. Modelling the Spatial Dynamics of Permafrost and Seasonally Frozen Ground at Diverse Scales. Annual Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 14–18 December.

131. Hayashi, M., L.R. Bentley, A. McClymont and W.L. Quinton, 2009. Geophysical imaging of discontinuous permafrost: Effects of sub-grid landcover variability and linear disturbance. Annual Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 14-18 December.

130. Chasmer, L., R.M. Petrone, S. Brown, N. Kljun, C. Hopkinson, C. Mendoza, I. Creed, K.J. Devito and W. Quinton. Spatial Partitioning of Net Ecosystem Production (NEP) and Ecosystem Respiration (Re) Using Airborne Lidar, Wind Direction and Atmospheric Stability within a Divided Boreal Peatland/Upland Ecosystem American Geophysical Union Annual Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 14 – 19, 2009.

129. Chasmer L, W. Quinton, M Hayashi, 2009. The influence of the black spruce canopy on the spatial annual thaw pattern of permafrost plateaus. Joint Annual Workshop of the IP3 & WC2N Networks. Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 14-17 October.

128. Zhang, Y., S.K. Carey, W.L. Quinton and R. Janowicz, 2009. Parameterizations of organic-covered permafrost soils in land surface and hydrological models, Joint Annual Workshop of the IP3 & WC2N Networks. Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 14-17 October.

127. Hayashi, M., W.L. Quinton and L. Chasmer, 2009. Wetland-Forest Transition at the Edge of Permafrost: Roles of Water and Energy Transport Process, Joint Annual Workshop of the IP3 & WC2N Networks. Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 14-17 October.

126. Hayashi, M., W.L. Quinton, and L. Chasmer. Wetland-forest transition at the edge of permafrost: Roles of coupled water and energy transport process. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, 18-21 October, 2009. Portland, Oregon, USA.

125. Thorne, R. and W.L. Quinton Development of an Energy-based Runoff Generation Model in Arctic Tundra Regions. 17th International Northern Research Basins (NRB) Symposium and Workshop: Canada, 12-18 August, 2009.

124. Chasmer L., R. Petrone, S. Brown, C. Hopkinson, N. Kljun, and K. Devito, 2009. Spatial partitioning of CO2 fluxes based on canopy structure within a heterogeneous managed boreal wetland ecosystem. The 30th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing June 22-25, 2009: Lethbridge Alberta Canada

123. Chasmer, L., C. Hopkinson, W. Quinton, and M. Hayashi, 2009. Quantifying change in peat plateau and wetland areas within the discontinuous permafrost zone: 1947 to present. The 30th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, June 22-25, 2009: Lethbridge Alberta Canada.

122. Thorne, R, W.L. Quinton. Development of an Energy-based Runoff Generation Model in Arctic Tundra Regions. Joint meeting of Canadian Geophysical Union and the American Geophysical Union, 23-27 May, 2009, Toronto, Canada.

121. Nagare, R M, RA Schincariol, WL Quinton, M Hayashi. Calibration of Time Domain Reflectometry Using Undisturbed Peat Samples. Joint meeting of Canadian Geophysical Union and the American Geophysical Union, 23-27 May, 2009, Toronto, Canada.

120. Chasmer, L., P. Whittington, C. Hopkinson, R.M. Petrone, and W. Quinton. The Influence of Vegetation Canopy Structure on the Spatial Pattern of Active Layer Thaw within the Sub-Arctic – Boreal Transition Discontinuous Permafrost Zone. Meeting of the Americas (Joint American and Canadian Geophysical Unions Congress), Toronto, Ontario, May 24 – 27, 2009.

119. Chasmer, L., R. Petrone, W. Quinton, S. Brown, C. Hopkinson. Spatial Partitioning of CO2 Fluxes Based on Canopy Structure Within a Heterogeneous Managed Boreal Wetland Ecosystem. Joint meeting of Canadian Geophysical Union and the American Geophysical Union, 23-27 May, 2009, Toronto, Canada.

118. Zhang, Y, Carey, S K, Quinton, W L, Janowicz, R. Parameterization of Organic-covered Permafrost Soils in Land Surface and Hydrological Models. Joint meeting of Canadian Geophysical Union and the American Geophysical Union, 23-27 May, 2009, Toronto, Canada.

117. Rezanezhad, F., W.L. Quinton, J.S. Price, T. Elliot, 2009. Measurement and Analysis of Physical and Hydraulic Properties of Unsaturated Peat Using 3D Micro- CT Scanning. Joint meeting of Canadian Geophysical Union and the American Geophysical Union, 23-27 May, 2009, Toronto, Canada.

116. Seglenieks, F., E. Soulis, B. Quinton, M. Hayashi, and C. Spence, 2009. Development of the MESH hydrological model in two Canadian arctic basins. Joint meeting of Canadian Geophysical Union and the American Geophysical Union, 23-27 May. Toronto, Canada.

115. Quinton, W., M. Hayashi and L. Chasmer, 2009. Permafrost Melt in the Wetland-Dominated Zone of Discontinuous Permafrost - Implications for Basin Runoff. Joint meeting of Canadian Geophysical Union and the American Geophysical Union, 23-27 May, 2009, Toronto, Canada.

114. Kenward, A., W. Quinton, and R. Petrone, 2009. Examining Gas Flux Interactions in Wetland-Dominated Permafrost Terrain. Joint meeting of Canadian Geophysical Union and the American Geophysical Union, 23-27 May, 2009, Toronto, Canada.

113. Chasmer, Laura, William Quinton, Chris Hopkinson, Richard Petrone, and Peter Whittington. The influence of vegetation canopy structure on active layer thaw within the sub-arctic discontinuous permafrost zone. Joint meeting of Canadian Geophysical Union and the American Geophysical Union, 23-27 May, 2009, Toronto, Canada.

112. Kenward, A., W. Quinton, and R. Petrone. Examining Gas Flux Interactions in Wetland-Dominated Permafrost Terrain. Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research. Wilfrid Laurier University, 2-3 March, 2009.

111. Rezanezhad, F., W.L. Quinton, J.S. Price, D. Elrick, T.R. Elliot, K.R. Shook. Influence of Pore Size and Geometry on Peat Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity Measured from 3D Computed Tomography Images. Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research. Wilfrid Laurier University, 2-3 March, 2009.

110. Chasmer, L., W. Quinton, C. Hopkinson, R. Petrone, and P. Whittington. The influence of vegetation canopy structure on active layer thaw within the sub-arctic discontinuous permafrost zone. Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research. Wilfrid Laurier University, 2-3 March, 2009.

109. Chasmer, L., R. Petrone, and W. Quinton. Spatial partitioning of CO2 fluxes based on canopy structure within a heterogeneous boreal wetland ecosystem. Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research. Wilfrid Laurier University, 2-3 March, 2009.

108. Quinton, W. Peatland Hydrology of Discontinuous Permafrost in the Northwest Territories: Overview and Synthesis. Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research. Wilfrid Laurier University, 2-3 March, 2009.

107. Nagare, R., R. Schincariol, W. Quinton and M. Hayashi. Calibration of TDR probes for low water content measurements in organic soils. Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research. Wilfrid Laurier University, 2-3 March, 2009.

106. Che, Q. and W.L. Quinton. Snowmelt runoff simulation from a subalpine tundra hill slope. Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research. Wilfrid Laurier University, 2-3 March, 2009.

105. Thorne R. and W.L. Quinton. Development of an Energy-based Runoff Generation Model in Arctic Tundra Regions. Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research. Wilfrid Laurier University, 2-3 March, 2009.

104. Henshaw J. and W. Quinton Connectivity and Storage of Bogs in a Northern Wetland. Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research. Wilfrid Laurier University, 2-3 March, 2009.

103. Morgan, C., W. Quinton and R. Soulis. The Interaction of Vegetation and Alpine Watershed Runoff in Relation to Climate Change. Ken Hewitt Symposium on Cold Regions and Water Science Research. Wilfrid Laurier University, 2-3 March, 2009.

102. Quinton, W.L. and S.K. Carey, 2008. Towards an Energy-based Runoff Generation Theory for Tundra Landscapes. Annual Meeting Fall of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 15-19 December.

101. Schincariol, R. Nagare, W. Quinton, M. Hayashi. The Supporting Role of Mesocosm-Scale Laboratory Experiments in Solving Critical Issues at Hydrogeological Research Sites. Annual Meeting Fall of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 15-19 December, 2008.

100. Chasmer, L., W. Quinton, R. Petrone, P. Whittington, and C. Hopkinson, 2008. The influence of vegetation canopy structure on soil frost dynamics within the northern boreal and sub-arctic discontinuous permafrost zones. Annual Meeting Fall of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 15-19 December.

99. Zhang, Y., S. K. Carey, W.L. Quinton, J. R. Janowicz and G. N. Flerchinger. Simulation of infiltration into organic-covered permafrost soils. Annual Meeting Fall of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, 15-19 December, 2008.

98. Kenward, A., W.L. Quinton, and R. Petrone, 2008. Examining Gas-Flux Interactions in Wetland Dominated Permafrost Terrain, University of Toronto, 6 Dec., 2008.

97. Schincariol, R., R. Nagare, W. Quinton and M. Hayashi, 2008. The supporting role of laboratory mesocosm studies in the Scotty Creek watershed field studies. 3rd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Whitehorse, Yukon, 12-15 Nov.

96. Chasmer, L., W. Quinton, R. Petrone, P. Whittington, and C. Hopkinson, 2008. The influence of vegetation canopy structure on soil frost dynamics within the northern boreal and sub-arctic discontinuous permafrost zones. 3rd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Whitehorse, Yukon, 12-15 Nov.

95. Rezanezhad, F., W.L. Quinton, J.S. Price, D. Elrick, T. Elliot and R. Heck: Physical and Hydraulic Properties of Peat Soil Using X-ray Computed Tomography and Image Analysis. 3rd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Whitehorse, Yukon, 12-15 Nov, 2008.

94. Rezanezhad, F., W.L. Quinton, J.S. Price, D. Elrick, T. Elliot, K.R. Shook: Influence of Pore Size and Geometry on Peat Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity. 3rd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Whitehorse, Yukon, 12-15 Nov, 2008.

93. Thorne, R., W. Quinton, S. Carey and P. Marsh, 2008. Modelling the topographic influences on active layer thaw and runoff in arctic tundra. 3rd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Whitehorse, Yukon, 12-15 Nov.

92. Wright, N., W. L. Quinton and M. Hayashi, 2008. Hydrological response of heterogeneous land covers to water and energy inputs in a discontinuous permafrost basin. 34rd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 11-14 May, 2008.

91. Quinton, W.L., R. Bemrose, S.K. Carey and Y. Zhang, 2008. Seasonal Active Layer Development of an Alpine Tundra Hillslope. 34rd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 11-14 May, 2008.

90. Rezanezhad, F, W. L. Quinton, J. Price, D. Elrick, T. Elliot, R. Heck, 2008. Direct Measurement of Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity through Peat Soils Using Pore Distribution Obtained by X-Ray Computed Tomography. 34th Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 11-14 May, 2008.

90. Chasmer, L., K. Devito, A. Fox, C. Hopkinson, N. Kljun, H. McCaughey, R. Petrone, and W. Quinton, 2008. Spatial parameterization of zero-plane displacement and surface roughness length using airborne lidar within three boreal ecosystems. Poster presented at the Canadian Geophysical Union Conference. Banff, AB. May 2008.

89. Chasmer, L. and W. Quinton, C. Hopkinson and A. Fox, 2008. Quantifying Canopy Structural and Topographic Variability within a Southern Subarctic Watershed using Airborne Lidar. 34rd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 11-14 May, 2008.

88. Rezanezhad, F., W.L. Quinton, T. Elliot, J. Price, D. Elrick and R. Heck, 2008. Physical and Hydraulic Properties of Peat Soil Using X-ray Computed Tomography and Image Analysis. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 10, EGU2008-A-00751, SRef-ID: 1607-7962/gra/EGU2008-A-00751, EGU General Assembly, Vienna.

87. Rezanezhad F. and W.L. Quinton: 3D Quantification of the Peat Soil Properties Using X-ray Computed Tomography and Image Analysis Techniques. 2nd Annual Northern Research Day. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, 6th February, 2008.

86. Rezanezhad, F., W.L. Quinton, T. Myers, J.S. Price, D. Elrick, T. Elliot, R. Heck, 2008. Experimental Study of Physical and Hydraulic Properties of Experimental Study of Physical and Hydraulic Properties of Peat Soil Using X Peat Soil Using X-ray Computed Tomography. 2nd Annual Northern Research Day. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, 6th February, 2008.

85. Verma, A. and W. Quinton, 2008. Influence of canopy radiation transfer on spatial distribution of soil thaw. 2nd Annual Northern Research Day. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, 6th February, 2008.

84. Kenward, A. and W. Quinton, 2008. Examining gas-flux interactions in wetland-dominated permafrost terrain. 2nd Annual Northern Research Day. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, 6th February, 2008.

83. Liu, L, E.D. Soulis and W. Quinton, 2008. Soil moisture parameterisation in hydrology land surface schemes. 2nd Annual Northern Research Day. Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, 6th February, 2008.

82. Zhang, Y., S. K. Carey and W.L. Quinton, 2007. Evaluation of the simulation algorithms and parameterization methods for ground thawing and freezing in permafrost regions: Preliminary findings and future directions. 2nd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Cold Regions Research Centre, WLU, 8-10 Nov.

81. Rezanezhad, F., W. Quinton, T. Elliot, R. Heck and J. Price, 2007. 3D Computed Tomographic Measurements for Pore Size Distribution through Peat Soil. 2nd Annual IP3 Meeting and Workshop, Cold Regions Research Centre, WLU, 8-10 Nov.

80. Kenward, A. and W.L. Quinton. "Modelling Slope Runoff in Wetland-Dominated Permafrost Terrain". Annual Meeting of CAGONT, Laurentian University, 19-20 Oct., 2007.

79. Verma A.K. and W.L. Quinton. The influence of Tree canopy on spatial distribution of soil thaw. Annual Meeting of CAGONT, Laurentian University, 19-20 Oct., 2007.

78. Elliot, T.R., Quinton, W., Heck, R.J. & Price, J. 2007. Relating peat hydraulic conductivity to pore geometry: moving from 2D to 3D analysis. X-ray Computed Tomography of Soil Meeting, 19 – 22 Aug., 2007. University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada.

77. Quinton, W.L., R. Heck, J.S. Price and T. Elliot. Application of CT Scans to Evaluate Hydraulic Properties of Peat Soils. X-ray Computed Tomography of Soil Meeting, 19 – 22 Aug., 2007. University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada.

76. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi, N. Wright, E.D. Soulis, 2007. Relating hillslope runoff to basin discharge in a wetland dominated zone of discontinuous permafrost. IUGG XXIV General Assembly. Perugia, Italy, 2-13 July, 2007.

75. Hayashi, Masaki, Nicole Wright and William L. Quinton, 2007. Interaction between subsurface water flow and heat transfer in a subarctic permafrost peatland. IUGG XXIV General Assembly. Perugia, Italy, 2-13 July, 2007.

74. Pomeroy, J.W. T. Brown, W.L. Quinton, N. Hedstrom and R. Granger. Process hydrology modelling in cold regions – the Cold Regions Hydrological Model. IUGG XXIV General Assembly. Perugia, Italy, 2-13 July, 2007.

73. Quinton W.L., M. Hayashi, N. Wright, E.D. Soulis, 2007. Snowmelt Runoff from Peat Plateaus: Magnitude, Timing and Influence on the Basin Hydrograph. 33rd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, St. John’s, Canada, 29 May – 1 June, 2007.

72. Seglenieks, Frank, William Quinton, Eric Soulis, 2007. Runoff modelling of the Scotty Creek basin. 33rd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, St. John’s, Canada, 29 May – 1 June, 2007.

71. Zhang, Yinsuo, Sean K. Carey and William L. Quinton, 2007. Evaluation of the simulation and parameterization algorithms for ground thawing and freezing in permafrost region. 33rd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, St. John’s, Canada, 29 May – 1 June, 2007.

70. Wright, Nicole, William L. Quinton, Masaki Hayashi, 2007. Spatial and temporal variations in active-layer thawing and hillslope runoff generation in a discontinuous permafrost basin. 33rd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, St. John’s, Canada, 29 May – 1 June, 2007.

69. Quinton, W., M. Hayashi, N. Wright, P. Whittington, T. Myers. Some Recent Advances in the Runoff Hydrology of the Central Mackenzie River basin. 1st Annual Northern Research Day, Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, 8 February, 2007.

68. Whittington, P. and W. Quinton. Hydrological interaction among the major wetland types of Scotty Creek, NWT, Canada. 1st Annual Northern Research Day, Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, 8 February, 2007.

67. Carey, S.K., W.L. Quinton, T. Carroll. Field and laboratory estimation of pore size distributions and water-conducting porosity in organic soils. Poster presentation at the 1st Annual Northern Research Day, Cold Regions Research Centre, Wilfrid Laurier University, 8 February, 2007.

66. Hayashi, M, W.L. Quinton and N. Wright. Feedback between water flow and heat transfer in a Subarctic permafrost peatland. Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Philadelphia, 22-25 October, 2006.

65. Hayashi, M., W.L. Quinton and N. Wright. Parameterising subsurface runoff in large-scale hydrological models using process studies and small-scale models. 32nd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 14-17 May, 2006.

64. Wright, N., W.L. Quinton and M. Hayashi. Snowmelt runoff from peat plateaus in a wetland-dominated basin near Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories. 32nd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 14-17 May, 2006.

63. Carey, S.K., W.L. Quinton, N. Goeller, T. Carroll. Field and laboratory estimation of pore size distributions and water-conducting porosity in organic soils. 32nd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 14-17 May, 2006.

62. Pomeroy, J.W., D.M. Gray, T. Brown, N.R. Hedstrom, W. Quinton, R.J. Granger, S. Carey. The Cold Regions Hydrological Model, a Platform for Basing Process Representation and Model Structure on Physical Evidence. 32nd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 14-17 May, 2006.

61. Dornes PF, Pomeroy JW, Pietroniro A, Carey SK, Quinton WL. The Use of Inductive and Deductive Reasoning to Model Snowmelt from Arctic Mountain Catchments. Presented at: 3rd Biennial meeting of the International Modelling and Software Society, Burlington, Vermont, USA, July 9-13, 2006.

60. Dornes, P., J. Pomeroy, A. Pietroniro, W. Quinton. Representation of landscape heterogeneity in high relief regions: implications for hydrological and atmospheric models. 32nd Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 14-17 May, 2006.

59. Shirazi, T., W.L. Quinton, J.W. Pomeroy, and K.L. Shook, 2005. Spatial and Temporal Development of Soil Thaw During Snowmelt on a Sub-Alpine Tundra Hillslope Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 7-11 May.

58. Blias, K., W. Quinton, R. Heck, and J. Price, 2005. Measurement of physical and hydraulic properties of organic soil using computed topographic imagery Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 7-11 May.

57. Goeller, N, W. L. Quinton, M. Hayashi, 2005. Reproducing Laboratory Drainage Test Results Using Image Analysis Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Banff, Canada, 7-11 May.

56. Goeller, N.T., W.L. Quinton and M. Hayashi. Evaluating soil drainage properties from 2-d image analysis. Canadian International Polar Year Programme, Pre-Proposal Solicitation Programme, Whitehorse, Nov., 2004.

55. Blais, K., W.L. Quinton, J.S. Price and R. Heck. Applications of Computerized Axial Tomography (CatScan) for analysis of soil hydraulic properties. Canadian International Polar Year Programme, Pre-Proposal Solicitation Programme, Whitehorse, Nov., 2004.

54. Shirazi, T., W.L. Quinton and J.W. Pomeroy. Spatial distribution of the ground heat flux over sub-alpine tundra Hillslopes. Canadian International Polar Year Programme, Pre-Proposal Solicitation Programme, Whitehorse, Nov., 2004.

53. Goeller, N.T., W.L. Quinton and M. Hayashi. Evaluating Van Genutchen Assumptions for Soil Drainage using Image Analysis. Annual MAGS workshop, Vancouver, Nov., 2004.

52. Blias, K., W.L. Quinton, J.S. Price and R. Heck. Measurement of Soil Physical and Hydraulic Properties using Computerized Axial Tomography. Annual MAGS workshop, Vancouver, Nov., 2004.

51. Shirazi, T., W.L. Quinton and J.W. Pomeroy. Active Layer Development in an Sub-alpine Tundra Hillslope. Annual MAGS workshop, Vancouver, Nov., 2004.

50. Quinton, W.L. and J.W. Pomeroy. In-stream chemical evolution of runoff water in an Arctic Tundra Catchment. Joint meeting of Canadian Geophysical Union and the American Geophysical Union, 17-21 May, 2004, Montreal, Canada.

49. Quinton, W.L. and J. Pomeroy. Transformations of runoff chemisty in an Arctic tundra catchment. Annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, Nov., 2003.

48. Hayashi, M, Quinton, W. Subsurface Runoff on a Subarctic Hillslope: Comparing Field Experiments and Numerical Land Surface Schemes. Canadian Geophysical Union, annual meeting, Banff, May, 2003.

47. Quinton, W.L. and D.M. Gray. Subsurface drainage from organic soils in permafrost terrain: the major factors to be represented in a runoff model. 8th International Conference on Permafrost, July, 2003, Davos, Switzerland.

46. Quinton, W., S. Carey, D. Gray and T. Brown. Characterisation of snowmelt runoff in sub alpine tundra: a combined modelling and field study. Canadian Geophysical Union, annual meeting, Banff, May, 2003.

45. Carey, S. and W. Quinton. Summer Runoff Generation in a Subarctic Alpine Catchment. Canadian Geophysical Union, annual meeting, Banff, May, 2003.

44. Pomeroy, J., W. Quinton, R. Janowicz, R. Granger, S. Carey, P. Marsh, N. Hedstrom, A. Pietroniro, 2002. Variability of Snow Ablation: Consequences for Runoff Generation at the Process Scale and Lessons for Large Cold Regions Catchments. Annual Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco. In Session: 'Hydroclimatology of Large Northern Watersheds: from Observations to Modelling.

43. Quinton, M. Hayashi, A. Pietroniro. Runoff and storage processes in the wetland dominated basins of the lower Liard River valley. Annual Meeting of the Canadain Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section, Banff, Canda, 18-21 May, 2002.

42. Hayashi, M., W. Quinton, A. Pietroniro. Isotopic composition of streamflow in the wetland dominated basins of a discontinuous permafrost region. Annual Meeting of the Canadain Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section, Banff, Canda, 18-21 May, 2002.

41. Marsh, P. W. Quinton, C. Onclin, M. Russell, S. Pohl and J. MacPherson. Modelling Surface Water Fluxes in Boreal, Tundra and Alpine Areas of the Lower Mackenzie Region. 7th MAGS Scientific Workshop, Hamilton, Canada, 7-9 November, 2001.

40. Carey, S.K. and W.L. Quinton, 2001. Hillslope runoff processes in the Canadian Arctic and subarctic: the role of frozen ground and organic soils. Chapman Conference on State of the Art Hillslope Hydrology. Sunriver Resort, Sunriver, Oregon, October 8-12, 2001.

39. Tran, K., W. Quinton, J. Stoodley, 2001. Using Geographic Information Systems to Automate Soil. CAGONT Annual Meeting, Carleton University, Ottawa, Oct. 27, 2001.

38. Hayashi, M. and W.L. Quinton, 2001. Hydrology of the discontinuous permafrost region near Ft. Simpson, NWT. Isotope Research Seminar Series, University of Calgary, March 14, 2001.

37. Pietroniro, A., W. Quinton and M. Hayashi, 2000. Modelling Hydrologic response of the lower Mackenzie System. Mackenzie basin GEWEX study, 6th Scientific workshop, Saskatoon, Canada, 15 17 November, 2000.

36. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, M. Russell, N. Neumann, C. Onclin. Snowcover melt and runoff in Boreal and Tundra ecosystems. Mackenzie basin GEWEX study, 6th Scientific workshop, Edmonton, Canada, November, 2000.

35. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, N. Neumann, C. Onclin, A. Pietroniro, S. Pohl, J. Pomeroy, M. Russell, R. Essery. Snowcover melt and runoff in boreal and tundra ecosystems: Final MAGS 1 Report. G.S. Strong (Ed.). 6th MAGS Scientific Workshop, Saskatoon, Canada 15-17 November, 2000.

34. Pietroniro, A., W. Quinton, M. Hayashi, J. Gibson, T. Prowse and E. Soulis. Assessment of global land cover data for atmospheric and hydrologic model applications in the Mackenzie Basin, Canada. 6th MAGS Scientific Workshop, Saskatoon, Canada 15-17 November, 2000.

33. Marsh, P., W. Quinton, J. Pomeroy, C. Onclin, N. Neumann, M. Russell, S. Pohl, P. Schuepp, J. MacPherson, and W. Rouse. 2000. Water cycle processes and modelling at the arctic treeline. Canadian Water Resources Association. Saskatoon, Canada, June 2000.

32. Quinton, W.L., M. Hayashi, D. Gray, A. Pietroniro, T.D. Prowse, J.Gibson, 2000. Defining Flow and Storage Components in the Lower Liard Valley. Annual meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section, Banff, Canada, 24 27 May, 2000.

31. Quinton, W.L., T.D. Prowse, A. Pieroniro, D.M. Gray, J. Gibson, M. Hayashi, T. Carter and C. Onclin. The Water Balance of the Lower Liard River Basin: Defining Flow and Storage Components. Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), 5th Scientific Workshop, Edmonton, Canada, 21 23 November, 1999.

30. Quinton, W.L., A. Pietroniro and E.D. Soulis. Hydrological Modelling in the Mackenzie Area GEWEX Study (MAGS): A Progress Report. Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), 5th Scientific Workshop, Edmonton, Canada, 21 23 November, 1999.

29. Marsh, P., W.L. Quinton, J. Pomeroy, C. Onclin, N. Neumann, M. Russell, S. Pohl. Snowcover melt and runoff in boreal and tundra ecosystems, Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), 5th Scientific Workshop, Edmonton, Canada, 21 23 November, 1999.

28. Neumann, N., S. Pohl, M. Russell, W.L. Quinton and P. Marsh, 1999. Process modelling studies in the lower Mackenzie River Basin. Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), 5th Scientific Workshop, Edmonton, Canada, 21-23 November.

27. Quinton, W.L. and A. Pietroniro. Hydrological Modelling in the Mackenzie Area GEWEX Study (MAGS): A Progress Report. Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), 5th Scientific Workshop, Edmonton, Canada, 21 23 November, 1999.

26. Pietroniro, A., E.D. Soulis and W.L. Quinton. Assessment of Global Land Cover Data for Atmospheric and Hydrological Model Applications in the MAckenzie Basin, Canada. 5th MAGS Scientific Workshop, Edmonton, Canada 21 23 November, 1999.

25. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh, 1999. Image Analysis and Water Tracing methods for examining Runoff Pathways, Soil Properties and Residence Times in the Continuous Permafrost Zone. Integrated Methods in Catchment Hydrology Tracer, Remote Sensing and Hydrometric Techniques. IUGG XXII General Assembly. Birmingham, United Kingdom, 19-30 July 1999

24. Quinton, W.L., P. Marsh and D.M Gray. Toward modelling hillslope runoff in the arctic tundra. Canadian Geophysical Union, 7th Annual Meeting of the Hydrology Section, Banff, Canada, 9 13 May, 1999.

23. Marsh, P., W. L. Quinton, J. Pomeroy, A. Pietroniro, R. Essery N. Neumann and C. Onclin, 1998. Snow cover melt and runoff in boreal and tundra ecosystems. Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), 4th Annual Workshop, Montreal, Canada, 18 20, November.

22. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh. Relating hillslope runoff to streamflow in the Arctic tundra. Joint annual meeting of Geological Association of Canada, Mineralogical Association of Canada, International Association of Hydrogeologists, Canadian Geophysical Union, 6th Annual Meeting of the Hydrology Section, Quebec City, Canada, 18 20 May, 1998.

21. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh, Melt water Fluxes, Hillslope Runoff and Stream flow in an Arctic Permafrost Basin. Permafrost 7th International Conference, Yellowknife, Canada, June, 1998.

20. Marsh, P., W. L. Quinton, and N. Neumann. Climate impacts on permafrost hydrology in northern Canada. Canadian Workshop on Climate Change Scenarios. April 1998, Ville d'Esterel, Quebec. AES and Universite du Quebec Montreal.

19. Quinton W.L. and P. Marsh. The Role of the Near Stream Area on Hillslope Runoff and Stream Flow in the Arctic Tundra, Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), 3rd Annual Workshop, Toronto, Canada, 17 19 November, 1997.

18. Marsh, P. and W.L. Quinton. Water and Energy Fluxes During the Snowmelt Period. Mackenzie Basin GEWEX Study (MAGS), 2nd Annual Workshop, Saskatoon, Canada, 23 36 March, 1997.

17. Maxfield A. W., P. Marsh, J. Pomeroy and W.L. Quinton. Arctic Snow and Soil Observations by Radar Satellite. Applications of Remote Sensing in Hydrology. NASA, Goddard Space Flight Centre, Greenbelt, Maryland, U.S.A. July, 1997.

16. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh. The Influence of the Near Stream Area on Stream flow in an Arctic Tundra Basin. 31st CMOS (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society) Congress, Saskatoon, June, 1997.

15. Marsh, P., J. Pomeroy, W. Rouse and W. L. Quinton. Water and Energy Fluxes at the Forest Tundra Transition in Northern Canada. 31st CMOS (Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society) Congress, Saskatoon, June, 1997.

14. Marsh, P., W.L. Quinton and J.W. Pomeroy. Surface Energy Balance and Runoff Processes During the Snowmelt Period at High Latitude Sites. Ocean Atmosphere Ice Exchanges Theme of the Second International Scientific Conference on the Global Energy and Water Cycle, Hampton Virginia, July, 1996.

13. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh, 1996. Hillslope runoff on hummocky tundra terrain. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.

12. Maxfield, A., P. Marsh and W.L. Quinton, 1996. A comparison of radar snow observation at tundra and taiga sites. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.

11. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh. The Impact of mineral earth hummocks on runoff from artic tundra hillslopes. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section, Banff, Canada, May, 1996.

10. Marsh, P., J.W. Pomeroy and W.L. Quinton. Application of Snow and Evaporation Models for predicting Water Fluxes at the Arctic Treeline in Northwestern Canada. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section, Banff, Canada, May, 1995.

9. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh, 1995. The Impact of the Snowmelt Regime on the Runoff Pathways of a Hummocky Tundra Hillslope. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section, Banff, Canada, May, 1995.

8. Marsh, P., W.L. Quinton and J.W. Pomeroy. Hydrological Processes and Runoff at the Arctic Treeline in Northern Canada. 10th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop, Svalbard, Norway, August, 1994.

7. Quinton, W.L. and P. Marsh. Controls on the Relative Importance of Hydrologic Flowpaths: Field Evidence from Tundra Hillslope Plots in the Continuous Permafrost Zone. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section, Banff, Canada, May, 1994.

6. Marsh, P. and W.L. Quinton. Snowmelt Infiltration and Subsurface Flowpaths in Frozen Soils: Field evidence from a continuous Permafrost site. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section, Banff, Canada, May, 1993.

5. Quinton, W.L. and N.T. Roulet. Spring and Summer Hydrology of Northern Patterned Peatlands. Presented at Spring Meeting American Geophysical Union, Montreal, Canada, April, 1992.

4. Roulet, N.T., R. Ash, W.L. Quinton, K. Savage, 1992. Methane Emissions from Drained Northern Peatlands: An Analog for Drier Climates? Spring Meeting, American Geophysical Union, Montreal, Canada, April, 1992.

3. Quinton, W.L. and N.T Roulet. The Hydrology of a Subarctic Patterned Wetland. Third National Student Conference on Northern Studies, ACUNS, Ottawa, Canada, October, 1991.

2. Quinton, W.L. and N.T. Roulet. The Hydrology of a Subarctic Patterned Wetland: Preliminary Results. Canadian Association of Geographers Ontario Division, University of Guelph, Canada, October, 1989.

1. Quinton, W.L., 1988. The Modern Pollen Rain at Truelove Lowland, Devon Island, Northwest Territories. Second National Student Conference on Northern Studies, ACUNS, Ottawa, Canada, October, 1988.

Theses

3. Quinton, W.L., 1997. Runoff from Hummock Covered Arctic Tundra Hillslopes in the Continuous Permafrost Zone. Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada. (Supervisor: P. Marsh and D.M. Gray).

2. Quinton, W.L., 1991. The Hydrology of a Subarctic Patterned Wetland. M. Sc. Thesis, York University, North York, Canada. (Supervisor: N. Roulet).

1. Quinton, W.L., 1988. The Modern Pollen Rain at Truelove Lowland, Devon Island, NWT. Honours Thesis, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada.