Catherine S Moody
Catherine S Moody
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TitleCited byYear
The rate of loss of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) through a catchment
CS Moody, F Worrall, CD Evans, TG Jones
Journal of Hydrology 492, 139-150, 2013
782013
Sporadic hotspots for physico-chemical retention of aquatic organic carbon: from peatland headwater source to sea
SM Palmer, CD Evans, PJ Chapman, A Burden, TG Jones, TEH Allott, ...
Aquatic Sciences 78 (3), 491-504, 2016
222016
Modeling the rate of turnover of DOC and particulate organic carbon in a UK, peat‐hosted stream: Including diurnal cycling in short‐residence time systems
F Worrall, CS Moody
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119 (10), 1934-1946, 2014
182014
Correction of fluvial fluxes of chemical species for diurnal variation
F Worrall, NJK Howden, CS Moody, TP Burt
Journal of Hydrology 481, 1-11, 2013
152013
Sub-daily rates of degradation of fluvial carbon from a peat headwater stream
CS Moody, F Worrall
Aquatic Sciences 78 (3), 419-431, 2016
142016
Rhizosphere activity and atmospheric methane concentrations drive variations of methane fluxes in a temperate forest soil
JA Subke, CS Moody, TC Hill, N Voke, S Toet, P Ineson, YA Teh
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 116, 323-332, 2018
82018
The effective oxidation state of a peatland
F Worrall, GD Clay, CS Moody, TP Burt, R Rose
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121 (1), 145-158, 2016
82016
Modelling rates of DOC degradation using DOM composition and hydroclimatic variables
CS Moody, F Worrall
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122 (5), 1175-1191, 2017
52017
A 19-year long energy budget of an upland peat bog, northern England
F Worrall, TP Burt, GD Clay, CS Moody
Journal of Hydrology 520, 17-29, 2015
52015
Identifying DOC gains and losses during a 20-year record in the Trout Beck catchment, Moor House, UK
CS Moody, F Worrall, TP Burt
Ecological Indicators 68, 102-114, 2016
42016
The flux of organic matter through a peatland ecosystem–the role of cellulose, lignin and their control of the ecosystem oxidation state
F Worrall, CS Moody, GD Clay, TP Burt, R Rose
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122 (7), 1655-1671, 2017
32017
Thermodynamic control of the carbon budget of a peatland
F Worrall, CS Moody, GD Clay, TP Burt, N Kettridge, R Rose
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123 (6), 1863-1878, 2018
22018
Water‐level dynamics in natural and artificial pools in blanket peatlands
J Holden, CS Moody, TE Turner, R McKenzie, AJ Baird, MF Billett, ...
Hydrological Processes 32 (4), 550-561, 2018
22018
The total phosphorus budget of a peat‐covered catchment
F Worrall, CS Moody, GD Clay, TP Burt, R Rose
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121 (7), 1814-1828, 2016
22016
A Molecular Budget for a Peatland Based Upon 13C Solid‐State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
CS Moody, F Worrall, GD Clay, TP Burt, DC Apperley, R Rose
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123 (2), 547-560, 2018
12018
The Composition of DOM and its Impact on Water Treatment: results from a transect across the UK
CS Moody
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
Transfer of dissolved and particulate organic matter from terrestrial to aquatic systems and its in-stream transformation.
I Boothroyd, F Worrall, G Clay, C Moody, J Wilcox
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Testing theories of organic matter accumulation in peatlands
F Worrall, S Glatzel, C Moody, G Clay, T Burt
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 20, 4415, 2018
2018
Organic matter properties of Fennoscandian ecosystems: Potential oxidation of northern environments under future change?
GD Clay, F Worrall, R Plummer, CS Moody
Science of The Total Environment 610, 1496-1504, 2018
2018
The composition and character of DOM from an upland peat catchment-sources, roles and fate
F Worrall, C Moody, G Clay, I Boothroyd, TP Burt
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2017
2017
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