Biogeography lab / laboratoire de biogéographie

Département de Géographie, Université de Montréal


Research Gate 

* – étudiants sous ma supervision / students under my supervision

Treat C, Kleinen T, Broothaerts N, Dalton AS, Dommain R, Douglas T, Drexler J, Finkelstein SA, Grosse G, Hope GS, Hutchings J, Jones MC, Kuhry P, Lacourse T, Lähteenoja O, Loisel J, Notebaert B, Payne R, Peteet DM, Sannel ABK, Stelling J, Strauss J, Swindles GT, Talbot J, Tarnocai C, Verstraeten G, Williams CJ, Xia Z, Yu Z, Väliranta M, Hattestrand M, Alexanderson H, Brovkin V. 2019. Widespread global peatland establishment and persistence over the last 130,000 years. In press.

Arsenault J*, Talbot J, Moore T, Beauvais MP, Franssen J, Roulet N. 2019. The Spatial Heterogeneity of Vegetation, Hydrology and Water Chemistry in a Peatland with Open-Water Pools. Ecosystems. In Press.

Moore T, Large D, Talbot J, Wang M, Riley J. 2018. The stoichiometry of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen in peat. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 123: 3101-3110.

Amesbury M, Booth R, Roland T, Bunbury J, Clifford M, Charman D, Elliot S, Finkelstein S, Garneau M, Hughes P, Lamarre A, Loisel J, Mackay H, Magnan G, Markel E, Mitchell E, Payne R, Pelletier N*, Roe H, Sullivan M, Swindles G, Talbot J, van Bellen S, Warner. 2018. Towards a Holarctic synthesis of peatland testate amoeba ecology: development of a new continental-scale paleohydrological transfer function for North America and comparison to European data. Quaternary Science Reviews 201: 481-500.

Arsenault J*, Talbot J, Moore T. 2018. Environmental controls on C, N and P biogeochemistry in peatland pools. Science of the Total Environment 631-632: 714-722.

Blarquez O, Talbot J, Paillard J, Lapointe-Elmrabti L*, Pelletier N*, Gates St-Pierre C. 2018. Late Holocene influence of societies on the fire regime in southern Québec temperate forests. Quaternary Science Reviews 180: 63-74.

Wang M, Talbot J, Moore T. 2018. Drainage and fertilization effects on nutrient availability in an ombrotrophic peatland. Science of the Total Environment 621: 1255-1263.

Lapointe-Elmrabti L*, Talbot J, Fortier D, Fréchette B, Strauss J, Kanevskiy M, Shur Y. 2017. Middle to late Wisconsinan climate and ecological changes in northern Alaska: the Itkillik River Yedoma. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 485: 906-916.

Talbot J, Moore T, Wang M, Ouellet Dallaire C, Riley JL. 2017. Distribution of lead and mercury in Ontario peatlands. Environmental Pollution 231:890-898.

Pelletier N*, Talbot J, Olefeldt D, Turetsky M, Blodau C, Sonnentag O, Quinton WL. 2017. Influence of Holocene permafrost aggradation and thaw on the paleoecology and carbon storage of a peatland complex in northwestern Canada. The Holocene 27: 1391-1405.

Loisel J, van Bellen S, Pelletier L, Talbot J, Hugelius G, Karran D, Yu Z, Nichols J, Holmquist J. 2017. Insights and issues with estimating northern peatland carbon stocks and fluxes since the Last Glacial Maximum. Earth Science Reviews 165: 59-80.

Treat CC, Jones MC, Camill P, Gallego‐Sala A, Garneau M, Harden JW, Hugelius G, Klein ES, Kokfelt U, Kuhry P, Loisel J, Mathijssen PJH, O’Donnell JA, Oksanen PO, Ronkainen TM, Sannel ABK, Talbot J, Tarnocai CM, Väliranta M. 2016. Effects of permafrost aggradation on peat properties as determined from a pan‐arctic synthesis of plant macrofossils. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 121: 78-94.

Wang M, Moore T, Talbot J, Riley J. 2015. The stoichiometry of carbon and nutrients in peat formation. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 29: 113:121.

Kurnianto S, Warren M, Talbot J, Kauffman B, Murdiyarso D and Frolking S. 2015. Carbon accumulation of tropical peatlands over millennia: a modeling approach. Global Change Biology 21: 431-444.

Talbot J, Roulet N, Sonnentag O, Moore T. 2014. Increases in aboveground biomass and leaf area 85 years after drainage in a bog. Botany 92: 713-721.

Frolking S, Talbot J, Subin ZM. 2014. Exploring the relationship between peatland net carbon balance and apparent carbon accumulation rate at century to millennial time scales. The Holocene 24:1167-1173.

Treat CC, Wollheim WM, Varner RK, Grandy AS, Talbot J, Frolking S. 2014. Temperature and peat type control CO2 and CH4 production in Alaskan permafrost peat. Global Change Biology 20: 2674-2686.

Wang M, Moore T, Talbot J, Richard PJH. 2014. The cascade of C:N:P stoichiometry in an ombrotrophic peatland: from plants to peat. Environmental Research Letters 9: 024003.

Kopp BJ, Fleckenstein JH, Roulet NT, Humphreys E, Talbot J, Blodau C. 2013. Impact of long-term drainage on summer groundwater flow patterns in the Mer Bleue peatland, Ontario, Canada. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17: 3485-3498.

Quillet A, Frolking S, Garneau M, Talbot J, Peng C. 2013. Assessing the role of parameter interactions in the sensitivity analysis of a model of peatland dynamics. Ecological Modeling 248: 30-40.

Turetsky MR, Bond-Lamberty B, Euskirchen E, Talbot J, Frolking S, McGuire AD, Tuittila E-S. 2012. The resiliency and functional role of moss in boreal and arctic ecosystems. New Phytologist 196:49-67.

Frolking S, Talbot J, Jones M, Treat C, Kauffman B, Tuittila E-S, Roulet NT. 2011. Peatlands in the Earth’s 21stcentury climate system. Environmental Reviews 19:371-396.

Wisser D, Marchenko S, Talbot J, Treat C, Frolking S. 2011. Soil temperature response to 21stcentury global warming: the role of and some implications for peat carbon in thawing permafrost soils in North America. Earth System Dynamics 2:121-138.

Frolking S, Roulet NT, Tuittila E, Bubier JL, Quillet A, Talbot J, Richard PJH. 2010. A new model of Holocene peatland net primary production, decomposition, water balance, and peat accumulation. Earth System Dynamics 1: 115-167.

Talbot J, Richard PJH, Roulet NT, Booth RK. 2010. Assessing long-term hydrological and ecological responses to drainage in a raised bog using paleoecology and a hydrosequence. Journal of Vegetation Science 21: 143-156.

Sonnentag O, Talbot J, Chen JM, Roulet NT. 2007. Using direct and indirect measurements of leaf area index to characterize the shrub canopy in an ombrotrophic peatland. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 114: 200-212.

Sonnentag O, Chen JM, Roberts DA, Talbot J, Halligan KQ, Govind A.2007. Mapping tree and shrub leaf area indices in an ombrotrophic peatland through multiple endmember spectral unmixing. Remote Sensing of Environment 109: 342-360.

Talbot J, Plamondon AP, Lévesque D, Aubé D, Prévost M, Chazalmartin F, Gnocchini M. 2006. Relating snow dynamics and stand characteristics of harvested balsam fir stands, Montmorency Forest, Quebec. Hydrological Processes 20: 1187-1199.