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Global distribution of dissolved organic matter along the aquatic continuum: Across rivers, lakes and oceans
P Massicotte, E Asmala, C Stedmon, S Markager
Science of the Total Environment 609, 180-191, 2017
2032017
Faster Atlantic currents drive poleward expansion of temperate phytoplankton in the Arctic Ocean
L Oziel, A Baudena, M Ardyna, P Massicotte, A Randelhoff, JB Sallée, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1705, 2020
1562020
Googling trends in conservation biology
R Proulx, P Massicotte, M Pepino
Conservation Biology 28 (1), 44-51, 2014
1332014
Shift in the chemical composition of dissolved organic matter in the Congo River network
T Lambert, S Bouillon, F Darchambeau, P Massicotte, AV Borges
Biogeosciences 13 (18), 5405-5420, 2016
1262016
Along-stream transport and transformation of dissolved organic matter in a large tropical river
T Lambert, CR Teodoru, FC Nyoni, S Bouillon, F Darchambeau, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (9), 2727-2741, 2016
982016
Spatial connectivity in a large river system: resolving the sources and fate of dissolved organic matter
P Massicotte, JJ Frenette
Ecological Applications 21 (7), 2600-2617, 2011
952011
rnaturalearth: World map data from natural earth
P Massicotte, A South, K Hufkens
R package version 0.3 2, 2023
792023
gtrendsR: Perform and display Google Trends queries
P Massicotte, D Eddelbuettel
R package version 1 (4), 6, 2020
792020
Environmental factors influencing the seasonal dynamics of spring algal blooms in and beneath sea ice in western Baffin Bay
L Oziel, P Massicotte, A Randelhoff, J Ferland, A Vladoiu, L Lacour, ...
Elem Sci Anth 7, 34, 2019
662019
Eutrophication leads to accumulation of recalcitrant autochthonous organic matter in coastal environment
E Asmala, L Haraguchi, S Markager, P Massicotte, B Riemann, PA Staehr, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 32 (11), 1673-1687, 2018
652018
Landscape control on the spatial and temporal variability of chromophoric dissolved organic matter and dissolved organic carbon in large African rivers
T Lambert, F Darchambeau, S Bouillon, B Alhou, JD Mbega, CR Teodoru, ...
Ecosystems 18, 1224-1239, 2015
622015
Using a Gaussian decomposition approach to model absorption spectra of chromophoric dissolved organic matter
P Massicotte, S Markager
Marine chemistry 180, 24-32, 2016
572016
Influence of the aquatic vegetation landscape on larval fish abundance
P Massicotte, A Bertolo, P Brodeur, C Hudon, M Mingelbier, P Magnan
Journal of Great Lakes Research 41 (3), 873-880, 2015
542015
Riverscape heterogeneity explains spatial variation in zooplankton functional evenness and biomass in a large river ecosystem
P Massicotte, JJ Frenette, R Proulx, B Pinel-Alloul, A Bertolo
Landscape ecology 29, 67-79, 2014
542014
Green Edge ice camp campaigns: understanding the processes controlling the under-ice Arctic phytoplankton spring bloom
P Massicotte, R Amiraux, MP Amyot, P Archambault, M Ardyna, L Arnaud, ...
Earth System Science Data 12 (1), 151-176, 2020
522020
Linking fisheries to land use: How anthropogenic inputs from the watershed shape fish habitat quality
M Giacomazzo, A Bertolo, P Brodeur, P Massicotte, JO Goyette, ...
Science of The Total Environment 717, 135377, 2020
482020
The evolution of light and vertical mixing across a phytoplankton ice-edge bloom
A Randelhoff, L Oziel, P Massicotte, G Bécu, M Galí, L Lacour, D Dumont, ...
Elem Sci Anth 7, 20, 2019
482019
Colorful niches of phytoplankton shaped by the spatial connectivity in a large river ecosystem: a riverscape perspective
JJ Frenette, P Massicotte, JF Lapierre
PLoS One 7 (4), e35891, 2012
432012
Distribution, seasonality, and fluxes of dissolved organic matter in the Pearl River (Zhujiang) estuary, China
Y Li, G Song, P Massicotte, F Yang, R Li, H Xie
Biogeosciences 16 (13), 2751-2770, 2019
422019
eemR: tools for pre-processing emission-excitation-matrix (EEM) fluorescence data
P Massicotte
R package version 1 (1), 2019
382019
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