Refereed Publications:

  Arens, S., Sullivan, P., and Welker, J. M. 2008. Nonlinear responses to nitrogen and strong interactions with nitrogen and phosphorus additions drastically alter the structure and function of a high arctic ecosystem. JGR 113, G03209, doi:10.1029/2007JG000508.

Boike, J., Hagedorn, B. and Roth, K. 2008. Heat and water transfer processes in permafrost affected soils:  review of field and modeling based studies for the Arctic and Antarctic. In Kane, D.L. & Hinkel, K.M. (eds): Ninth International Conference on Permafrost, Fairbanks, Institute of Northern Engineering, University of Alaska, 1: 149-154.

Boike, J., Ippisch, O., Overduin, P. P., Hagedorn, B. and Roth, K. 2008. Water, heat and solute dynamics of a mud boil, Spitsbergen. Geomorphology 95(1-2): 61-73.

Carlson, M. L., Gisler, S. D. and Kelso, S. 2008. The Role of Reproduction Assurance in the Arctic: a Comparative Study of a Homostylus and Distylus Species Pair. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 40 (1): 39-47.

Hagedorn, B., Aalto, R., Sletten, R. S. & Hallet, B. 2008. “Frost boil dynamics using 210Pb as a tracer for soil movement.” In Kane, D.L. & Hinkel, K.M.(eds): Ninth International Conference on Permafrost, Fairbanks, Alaska, Institute of Northern Engineering, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, 1: 613-618.

Hagedorn, B., Nelson, B. K., Kennel, T. J., Henck, A. and Hallet, B. 2008. Seasonal trends in solutes and 87Sr/86Sr ratios of SE Tibet rivers: Yarlung Tsangpo and Parlung. Goldschmidt Conference 2008, Vancouver. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (12): A400.  

Hagedorn, B., Gersonde, R., Gohl, K., and Hubberten, H.-W. 2007. Petrology, geochemistry and K-Ar age constraints of the eastern De Gerlache Seamount alkaline basalts (Bellinghausen Sea, Southeast Pacific). Polarforschung 76 (2006): 87-94.

  Horwath, J. L., R. S. Sletten, B. Hagedorn, and Hallet, B. 2008.  Spatial and temporal distribution of soil organic carbon in  nonsorted striped patterned ground of the High Arctic, J. Geophys. Res., 113, G03S07, doi:10.1029/2007JG000511.

Sullivan, P. F., Arens, S. T., Chimner, R. A., and Welker, J. M. 2008. Temperature and microtopography interact to control carbon  cycling in a high arctic fen. Ecosystems. 11:61-76. doi:10.1007/s10021-007-9107-y.

Walker, D. A., Epstein,  H. E. and Welker, J. M. 2008. Introduction to special section on Biocomplexity of Arctic Tundra Ecosystems, J. Geophys. Res., 113, G03S00, doi:10.1029/2008JG000740.


Reports and Other Publications:

Boggs, K., J. Grunblatt, S.C. Klein, G.P. Streveler, and B. Koltun. 2007. Landcover classes and plant associations of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, Environment and Natural Resources Institute, University of Alaska Anchorage, 707 A Street, Anchorage, AK. 254 p.


Conference Proceedings and Presentations:

Matthew Carlson was a presenter on invasive species in Alaska at the 2008 Alaska Forum on the Environment in Anchorage on February 14.

Hagedorn, B., Aalto, R., Sletten, R. S., and Hallet, B., 2008. Frost boil dynamics using Pb-210 as tracer for soil movement. In: Kane, D.L. (Ed) Ninth International Conference on Permafrost, Fairbanks, Alaska, June 29 to July 4 2008.

Boike, J., Hagedorn, B., Roth, K. 2008. Heat and water transfer processes in permafrost affected soils: A review of field and modeling  based studies for the Arctic and Antarctic. In: Kane, D.L. (Ed) Ninth International Conference on Permafrost, Fairbanks, Alaska, June 29 to July 4 2008.