Thormann, M.N., Currah, R.S., and S.E. Bayley.
2002. The relative ability of fungi from Sphagnum fuscum to
decompose selected carbon substrates. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 48:
Thormann, M.N., R.S. Currah, and S.E. Bayley. 2001. Microfungi isolated from Sphagnum fuscum from a southern boreal bog in Alberta, Canada. The Bryologist 114: 448-459.
Vitt, D.H., L.A. Halsey, C. Campbell, S.E. Bayley, and M.N. Thormann. 2001 Spatial patterning of net primary production in wetlands of continental Canada. Ecoscience 8: 499-505.
Thormann, M.N., S.E. Bayley, and R.S. Currah. 2001. Comparison of decomposition of belowground and aboveground plant litters in peatlands of boreal Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Botany 79: 9-22.
White, J.S. and S.E. Bayley. 2001. Nutrient retention in a northern prairie marsh (Frank Lake, Alberta) receiving municipal and agro-industrial wastewater. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 126: 63-81.
Campbell, I.D., C. Campbell, D.H. Vitt, D. Kelker, L.D. Laird, D. Trew, B. Kotak, D. LeClair, and S. Bayley. 2000. A first estimate of organic carbon storage in Holocene lake sediments in Alberta. Journal of Paleolimnology 24: 395-400.
White, J.S., S.E. Bayley, and P.J. Curtis. 2000. The role of sediment in phosphorus storage of a northern prairie wetland receiving municipal and agro-industrial wastewater. Ecological Engineering 14(1-2) 127-138.
Thormann, M. N., Currah, R. S., and S.E. Bayley. 1999. The mycorrhizal status of the dominant vegetation along a peatland gradient in southern boreal Alberta, Canada. Wetlands 19: 438-450.
Thormann, M. N., Szumigalski, A. R., and S. E. Bayley, 1999. Above ground peat and carbon accumulation potentials along a bog-fen-marsh wetland gradient in southern boreal Alberta, Canada. Wetlands 19:305-317.
White, J.S. and S.E. Bayley. 1999. Restoration of a Canadian prairie wetland using agricultural and municipal wastewater: Adaptive management and cooperative conservation at Frank Lake, Alberta. Environmental Management 24(1) 25-37.
Gignac, L.D., B.J. Nicholson, and S.E. Bayley. 1998. The utilization of bryophytes in bioclimatic modeling: predicted northward migration of peatlands in the Mackenzie River Basin, Canada, as a result of global warming. The Bryologist 101(4): 572-587.
Thormann, M.N., S.E. Bayley, and A.R. Szumigalski, 1998. Effects of hydrologic changes on aboveground production and water chemistry in two boreal peatlands in Alberta: Implications for global warming. Hydrobiologia 362: 171-183.
Thormann, M.N. and S.E. Bayley, 1997. Response of aboveground net primary plant production to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization in peatlands in southern boreal Alberta, Canada. Wetlands 17: 502-513.
Thormann, M.N. and S.E. Bayley, 1997. Aboveground plant production and nutrient content of the vegetation in six peatlands in Alberta, Canada. Plant Ecology (formerly Vegetatio) 131: 1-16.
Thormann, M.N. and S.E. Bayley, 1997. Aboveground net primary production along a bog-fen-marsh gradient in southern boreal Alberta, Canada. Ecoscience 4: 374-384.
Thormann, M.N. and S.E. Bayley, 1997. Decomposition along a moderate-rich fen-marsh peatland gradient in boreal Alberta, Canada. Wetlands 17: 123-137.
Banff Bow Valley Study. 1996. Banff -Bow Valley: At the Crossroads. Technical Report of the Banff-Bow Valley Task Force. 432 pp. (R. Page, S.E. Bayley, J.D. Cook, J.E. Green, and J.R. Ritchie). Prep. For the Honourable Sheila Copps, Minister of Canadian Heritage. Ottawa ON.
Ecological Outlooks Project. 1996. A Cumulative Effects Assessment and Futures Outlook of the Banff Bow Valley. Green, J., C. Pacas, L. Cornwell & S. Bayley (eds). Prepared for the Banff Bow Valley Study. Dept of Canadian Heritage. Ottawa. ON.
Szumigalski, A.R. and S.E. Bayley, 1996. Net above ground primary production along a bog-rich fen gradient in central Alberta, Canada. Wetlands 16: 467-476.
Szumigalski, A.R. and S.E. Bayley, 1996. Decomposition along a bog-rich fen gradient in central Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Botany 74: 573-581.
Bayley, S.E., J.S. White, and S.T. Urban. 1995. An assessment of agricultural waste water on Frank Lake under winter ice cover and spring melt conditions. Final report of Phase II to Ducks Unlimited and CAESA.
Bayley, S.E., D.W. Schindler, B.R. Parker, M.P. Stainton, and K.G. Beaty. 1992. Effects of forest fire and drought on acidity of a base-poor boreal forest stream: similarities between climatic warming and acidic
precipitation. Biogeochemistry 17: 191-204.
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