Patrick W. Inglett

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Wetland Biogeochemistry Laboratory, Soil and Water Science Department
University of Florida
2181 McCarty Hall A.
Gainesville, FL 32611-0290, USA

Publications in Fire Ecology

Fire and Water: New Perspectives on Fire's Role In Shaping Wetland Ecosystems
Pages: 1-5
DOI: 10.4996/fireecology.0901001

This special issue of Fire Ecology is dedicated to furthering scientific understanding of the role fire plays in the development and functioning of wetland ecosystems.  [Read More]

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Fire Effects on Nitrogen Cycling in Native and Restored Calcareous Wetlands
Pages: 6-20
DOI: 10.4996/fireecology.0901006

Fire is an important natural process and management tool in the Florida Everglades, but few studies have examined its effects on nutrients; nitrogen (N) in particular has received little attention across the whole Everglades system.  [Read More]

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Impacts of Fire on Microbial Carbon Cycling in Subtropical Wetlands
Pages: 21-37
DOI: 10.4996/fireecology.0901021

Fire is a major determinant of the global carbon (C) balance. While it is known that C is lost through organic matter combustion, the effect fire has on soil C biogeochemistry is unclear. Studies investigating the role of fire on C greenhouse gas production (CO2 and CH4) have been conducted in forested and grassland ecosystems, yet research in wetlands has been limited.  [Read More]

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