Tim P Duval
Tim P Duval
Professor of Physical Geography, University of Toronto Mississauga
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The Role of Riparian Vegetation in Protecting and Improving Chemical Water Quality in Streams1
MG Dosskey, P Vidon, NP Gurwick, CJ Allan, TP Duval, R Lowrance
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 46 (2), 261-277, 2010
Hot Spots and Hot Moments in Riparian Zones: Potential for Improved Water Quality Management1
P Vidon, C Allan, D Burns, TP Duval, N Gurwick, S Inamdar, R Lowrance, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 46 (2), 278-298, 2010
Beaver dams along an agricultural stream in southern Ontario, Canada: their impact on riparian zone hydrology and nitrogen chemistry
AR Hill, TP Duval
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (9), 1324-1336, 2009
Influence of stream bank seepage during low‐flow conditions on riparian zone hydrology
TP Duval, AR Hill
Water Resources Research 42 (10), 2006
Disentangling the effects of precipitation amount and frequency on the performance of 14 grassland species
TJ Didiano, MTJ Johnson, TP Duval
PLoS One 11 (9), e0162310, 2016
Influence of base flow stream bank seepage on riparian zone nitrogen biogeochemistry
TP Duval, AR Hill
Biogeochemistry 85, 185-199, 2007
Precipitation frequency alters peatland ecosystem structure and CO2 exchange: Contrasting effects on moss, sedge, and shrub communities
DD Radu, TP Duval
Global change biology 24 (5), 2051-2065, 2018
Hydrological and biogeochemical controls on plant species distribution within calcareous fens
TP Duval, JM Waddington, BA Branfireun
Ecohydrology 5 (1), 73-89, 2012
Sphagnum moss moisture retention following the re‐vegetation of degraded peatlands
JM Waddington, MC Lucchese, TP Duval
Ecohydrology 4 (3), 359-366, 2011
Effect of temperature and soil organic matter quality on greenhouse-gas production from temperate poor and rich fen soils
TP Duval, DD Radu
Ecological Engineering 114, 66-75, 2018
Extreme variability of water table dynamics in temperate calcareous fens: Implications for biodiversity
TP Duval, JM Waddington
Hydrological Processes 25 (24), 3790-3802, 2011
Effect of hydrogeomorphic setting on calcareous fen hydrology
TP Duval, JM Waddington
Hydrological Processes 32 (11), 1695-1708, 2018
Impact of rainfall regime on methane flux from a cool temperate fen depends on vegetation cover
DD Radu, TP Duval
Ecological Engineering 114, 76-87, 2018
Towards calcareous wetland creation in flooded abandoned aggregate quarries: A 3-year field mesocosm study
TP Duval, JM Waddington, BA Branfireun
Ecological Engineering 36 (4), 586-595, 2010
Rainfall partitioning through a mixed cedar swamp and associated C and N fluxes in Southern Ontario, Canada
TP Duval
Hydrological Processes 33 (11), 1510-1524, 2019
Effect of residential development on stream phosphorus dynamics in headwater suburbanizing watersheds of southern Ontario, Canada
TP Duval
Science of the total environment 637, 1241-1251, 2018
Landscape and weather controls on fine-scale calcareous fen hydrodynamics
TP Duval, JM Waddington
Hydrology Research 43 (6), 780-797, 2012
Response of herbaceous wetland plant species to changing precipitation regimes
TJ Didiano, MTJ Johnson, TP Duval
Ecohydrology 11 (8), e2030, 2018
Response of thicket swamp species to soil moisture levels: Implications for restoration
HE Ormshaw, TP Duval
Ecological Engineering 153, 105911, 2020
Response of hydrology and flux to experimentally altered rainfall frequency in a temperate poor fen, southern Ontario, Canada
DD Radu, TP Duval
Biogeosciences 15 (13), 3937-3951, 2018
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