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Wilson R.M, Hopple A.M, Tfaily M.M, Sebestyen S.D, Schadt C.W, Pfeifer-Meister L., Medvedeff C., McFarlane K.J, Kostka J.E, Kolton M. et al..  2016.  Stability of peatland carbon to rising temperatures. Nature Communications. 7:13723.
Weston DJ, Timm CM, Walker AP, Gu L, Muchero W, Schmutz J, Shaw A.Jonathon, Tuskan GA, Warren JM, Wullschleger SD.  2015.  Sphagnum physiology in the context of changing climate: emergent influences of genomics, modelling and host–microbiome interactions on understanding ecosystem function. Plant, Cell & Environment. 38:1737–1751.
Kostka JE, Weston DJ, Glass JB, Lilleskov EA, Shaw A.Jonathon, Turetsky MR.  2016.  The Sphagnum microbiome: new insights from an ancient plant lineage. New Phytologist. 211(1):57-64.
Huang Y, Jiang J, Ma S, Ricciuto D, Hanson PJ, Luo Y.  2017.  Soil thermal dynamics, snow cover, and frozen depth under five temperature treatments in an ombrotrophic bog: Constrained forecast with data assimilation. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 122:2046-2063.
Zalman C., Keller J.K, Tfaily M., Kolton M., Pfeifer-Meister L., Wilson R.M, Lin X., Chanton J., Kostka J.E, Gill A. et al..  2018.  Small differences in ombrotrophy control regional-scale variation in methane cycling among Sphagnum-dominated peatlands. Biogeochemistry. 139:155-177.
Tipping E., Chamberlain P.M., Froeberg M., Hanson P.J., Jardine P.M..  2012.  Simulation of carbon cycling, including dissolved organic carbon transport, in forest soil locally enriched with 14C. Biogeochemistry. 108:91-107.
Furze ME, Jensen AM, Warren JM, Richardson AD.  2018.  Seasonal patterns of nonstructural carbohydrate reserves in four woody boreal species. The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 145(4):332-339.
Malhotra A, Brice DJ, Childs J, Graham JD, Hobbie EA, Stel HVander, Feron SC, Hanson PJ, Iversen CM.  2020.  Peatland warming strongly increases fine-root growth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. :202003361.