8) Forbrich, I., Giblin, A.E. (2015): Marsh-atmosphere CO2 exchange in a New England salt marsh. Journal of Geophysical Research 120(9):1825-1838.

7) Gažovič, M., Forbrich, I., Jager, D.F., Kutzbach, L., Wille, C., Wilmking, M. (2013): Hydrology driven ecosystem respiration determines the carbon balance of a boreal peatland. Science of the Total Environment 463-464:675-682.

6) Koebsch, F., Glatzel, S., Hofmann, J., Forbrich, I., Jurasinski, G. (2013): CO2 exchange of a temperate fen during the conversion from moderately rewetting to flooding. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 118(2): 940-950.

5) Forbrich I., Kutzbach L., Wille C., Becker T., Wu J., Wilmking M. (2011): Cross-evaluation of measurements of peatland methane emissions on microform and ecosystem scales using high-resolution landcover classification and source weight modelling. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 115(7): 864-874.

4) Forbrich I., Kutzbach, L., Hormann, A., Wilmking, M. (2010): A comparison of linear and exponential regression for estimating diffusive CH4 fluxes by closed-chambers in peatlands. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42: 507-515.

3) Becker T., Kutzbach L., Forbrich I., Schneider J., Jager D., Thees B., Wilmking M. (2008): Do we miss the hot spots? − The use of very high resolution aerial photographs to quantify carbon fluxes in peatlands. Biogeosciences 5: 1387-1393.

2) Glatzel S., Forbrich I., Krüger C., Lemke S., Gerold G. (2008): Small scale controls of greenhouse gas release under elevated N deposition rates in a restoring peat bog in NW Germany. Biogeosciences 5, 925-935.

1) Beylich A., Schmidt K.-H., Neuvonen S., Forbrich I., Schildt A. (2006): Solute fluxes in the Kidisjoki catchment, subarctic Finnish Lapland. Geomorphologie: relief, processus, environnement, no.3, p. 205-212.


Forbrich, I. (2011): Methane exchange of a boreal peatland – Integrated measurements and modelling on microform and ecosystem scale at the Salmisuo mire complex, Eastern Finland. Greifswald, Univ., Diss. link


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