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2018

Osterwalder, S. and Sommar, J. and Akerblom, S. and Jocher, G. and Fritsche, J. and Nilsson, M. B. and Bishop, K. and Alewell, C.. (2018) Comparative study of elemental mercury flux measurement techniques over a Fennoscandian boreal peatland. Atmospheric Environment, 172. pp. 16-25.

2017

Osterwalder, Stefan and Bishop, Kevin and Alewell, Christine and Fritsche, Johannes and Laudon, Hjalmar and Åkerblom, Staffan and Nilsson, Mats B.. (2017) Mercury evasion from a boreal peatland shortens the timeline for recovery from legacy pollution. Scientific Reports, 7 (1). p. 16022.

Shetaya, Waleed H. and Osterwalder, Stefan and Bigalke, Moritz and Mestrot, Adrien and Huang, Jen-How and Alewell, Christine. (2017) An Isotopic Dilution Approach for Quantifying Mercury Lability in Soils. Environmental Science and Technology Letters, 4 (12). pp. 556-561.

2016

Osterwalder, S. and Fritsche, J. and Åkerblom, S. and Nilsson, M. and Bishop, K. and Alewell, C.. (2016) Mercury evasion from a boreal peatland determined with advanced REA and chamber methods. BGS Bulletin, 36. pp. 51-56.

Osterwalder, Stefan and Fritsche, Johannes and Alewell, Christine and Schmutz, Michael and Nilsson, Mats and Jocher, Georg and Sommar, Jonas and Rinne, Janne and Bishop, Kevin. (2016) A dual-inlet, single detector relaxed eddy accumulation system for long-term measurement of mercury flux. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 9. pp. 509-524.

Osterwalder, Stefan. Land- atmosphere exchange of elemental mercury : new insights using a novel relaxed eddy accumulation and enclosure techniques. 2016, Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Science.

2014

Fritsche, Johannes and Osterwalder, Stefan and Nilsson, Mats B. and Sagerfors, Jörgen and Åkerblom, Staffan and Bishop, Kevin and Alewell, Christine. (2014) Evasion of Elemental Mercury from a Boreal Peatland Suppressed by Long-Term Sulfate Addition. Environmental science & technology letters, Vol. 1, H. 10 , S. 421–425.