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Peacock, M.; Gauci, V.; Baird, A.J.; Burden, A.; Chapman, P.J.; Cumming, A.; Evans, J.G.; Grayson, R.P.; Holden, J.; Kaduk, J.; Morrison, R.; Page, S.; Pan, G.; Ridley, L.M.; Williamson, J.; Worrall, F. and Evans, C.D. (2019). The full carbon balance of a rewetted cropland fen and a conservation-managed fen. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 269 pp. 1–12.

Cook, Sarah; Peacock, Mike; Evans, Chris D.; Page, Susan E.; Whelan, Mick J.; Gauci, Vincent and Kho, Lip Khoon (2017). Quantifying tropical peatland dissolved organic carbon (DOC) using a UV-visible spectroscopy. Water Research, 115 pp. 229–235.

Peacock, Mike; Ridley, Luke; Evans, Chris D. and Gauci, Vincent (2017). Management Effects on Greenhouse Gas Dynamics in Fen Ditches. Science of the Total Environment, 578 pp. 601–612.

Cook, S.; Peacock, M.; Evans, C.D.; Page, S.E.; Whelan, M.; Gauci, V. and Khoon, K.L. (2016). Cold storage as a method for the long-term preservation of tropical dissolved organic carbon (DOC). Mires and Peat, 18(25) pp. 1–8.

Gough, Rachel; Holliman, Peter J.; Fenner, Nathalie; Peacock, Mike and Freeman, Christopher (2016). Influence of Water Table Depth on Pore Water Chemistry and Trihalomethane Formation Potential in Peatlands. Water Environment Research, 88(2) pp. 107–117.

Swindles, Graeme T.; Green, Sophie M.; Brown, Lee; Holden, Joseph; Raby, Cassandra L.; Turner, T. Edward; Smart, Richard; Peacock, Mike and Baird, Andy J. (2016). Evaluating the use of dominant microbial consumers (testate amoebae) as indicators of blanket peatland restoration. Ecological Indicators, 69 pp. 318–330.

Peacock, M.; Jones, T.G.; Airey, B.; Johncock, A.; Evans, C.D.; Lebron, I.; Fenner, N. and Freeman, C. (2015). The effect of peatland drainage and rewetting (ditch blocking) on extracellular enzyme activities and water chemistry. Soil Use and Management, 31(1) pp. 67–76.

Cooper, Mark D.A.; Evans, Christopher D.; Zielinski, Piotr; Levy, Peter E.; Gray, Alan; Peacock, Mike; Norris, David; Fenner, Nathalie and Freeman, Christopher (2014). Infilled Ditches are Hotspots of Landscape Methane Flux Following Peatland Re-wetting. Ecosystems, 17(7) pp. 1227–1241.

Peacock, Mike; Evans, Chris D.; Fenner, Nathalie; Freeman, Chris; Gough, Rachel; Jones, Timothy G. and Lebron, Inma (2014). UV-visible absorbance spectroscopy as a proxy for peatland dissolved organic carbon (DOC) quantity and quality: considerations on wavelength and absorbance degradation. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, 16 pp. 1445–1461.

Peacock, Mike; Burden, Annette; Cooper, Mark; Dunn, Christian; Evans, Chris D.; Fenner, Nathalie; Freeman, Chris; Gough, Rachel; Hughes, David; Hughes, Steve; Jones, Tim; Lebron, Inma; West, Mike and Zielinski, Piotr (2013). Quantifying dissolved organic carbon concentrations in upland catchments using phenolic proxy measurements. Journal of Hydrology, 477 pp. 251–260.

Evans, Chris D.; Jones, Tim G.; Burden, Annette; Ostle, Nick; Zieliński, Piotr; Cooper, Mark D. A.; Peacock, Mike; Clark, Joanna M.; Oulehle, Filip; Cooper, David and Freeman, Chris (2012). Acidity controls on dissolved organic carbon mobility in organic soils. Global Change Biology, 18(11) pp. 3317–3331.

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Evans, Chris; Morrison, Ross; Burden, Annette; Williamson, Jenny; Baird, Andrew; Brown, Emma; Callaghan, Nathan; Chapman, Pippa; Cumming, Alex; Dean, Hannah; Dixon, Simon; Dooling, Gemma; Evans, Jonathan; Gauci, Vincent; Grayson, Richard; Haddaway, Neal; He, Yufeng; Heppell, Kate; Holden, Joseph; Hughes, Steve; Kaduk, Jörg; Jones, Davey; Matthews, Rachel; Menichino, Nina; Misselbrook, Tom; Page, Sue; Pan, Gong; Peacock, Michael; Rayment, Mark; Ridley, Luke; Robinson, Inma; Rylett, Dan; Scowen, Matthew; Stanley, Kieran and Worrall, Fred (2016). Final report on project SP1210: Lowland peatland systems in England and Wales – evaluating greenhouse gas fluxes and carbon balances. Centre for Ecology and Hydrology.

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