Reverse chronological order: Italics indicate grad student or postdoct advisee; underlining indicates undergraduate advisee

[30]   Kuhn, M.A., Schmidt, M., Heffernan, L, Knorr, K.H., Estop-Aragonés, C., Broder, T., Stührenberg, J., Riechart, E.C., Gonzalez Moguel, R., Douglas, P.M.J., and Olefeldt, D. (2022) High ebullitive, millennial-aged methane emissions due to thermokarst expansion have only minor influence on methane budget of peatland lakes. Limnology and Oceanography, Early View article available online.

[29]   Douglas, P.M.J., Stratigopoulos, E., Park, S., & Keenan, B. (2022) Spatial differentiation of sediment organic matter isotopic composition and inferred sources in a temperate forest lake catchment. Chemical Geology, v. 603.

[28] Keenan, B., Imfeld, A., Gélinas, Y, & Douglas, P.M.J. Understanding controls on stanols in lake sediments as proxies for palaeopopulations in Mesoamerica.  Journal of Paleolimnology v. 67, p. 375-390.

[27]  Gonzalez Moguel, R., Vogel, F., Ars, S., Schaefer, H., Turnbull, J.C. & Douglas, P.M.J.  Using carbon-14 and carbon-13 measurements for source attribution of atmospheric methane in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 22, p. 2121-2133.

[26]  Imfeld, A., Ouellet, A., Douglas, P.M.J., Kos, G., & Gélinas, Y. Complete molecular and stable isotope analysis (δ13C, δ2H) of sedimentary n-alkanes in the St. Lawrence Estuary and Gulf, Quebec, Canada: The importance of even numbered n-alkanes in coastal systems. Organic Geochemistry, v. 164.

[25]  Stell, A., Douglas, P. M.J., Rigby, M. & Ganesan, A.L. (2021) The impact of spatially varying wetland source signatures on the atmospheric variability of dD-CH4. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, v. 379.

[24Douglas, P. M.J., Stratigopoulos, E., Park, J., & Phan, D. (2021). Geographic variability in freshwater methane hydrogen isotope ratios and its implications for global isotopic source signatures. Biogeosciences, v. 18, p. 3505-3527.

[23]  Jautzy, J.J., Douglas, P. M. J., Xie, H., Eiler, J.M., & Clark, I.D. (2021) CH4 isotopic ordering records ultra-slow hydrocarbon biodegradation in the deep subsurface. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 562.

[22Keenan, B., Imfeld, A., Johnston, K., Breckenridge, A., Gélinas, Y, & Douglas, P. M.J. (2021) Molecular evidence for human population change associated with climate events in the Maya Lowlands. Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 258.

[21Gonzalez Moguel, R., Bass, A.M., Garnett, M.H., Pilote, M., Keenan, B., Matveev, A., & Douglas, P. M.J. (2021) Radiocarbon Data Reveal Contrasting Sources for Carbon Fractions in Thermokarst Lakes and Rivers of Eastern Canada (Nunavik, Quebec). Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, v. 126.

[20]  Preskienis, V., Laurion, I., Bouchard, F., Douglas, P.M.J., Billett, M.F., Fortier, D., & Xu, X. (2021) Seasonal patterns in greenhouse gas emissions from lakes and ponds on a High Arctic polygonal landscape. Limnology and Oceanography, v. 66, p. S117-S141.

[19]  Bourque, R. D., Douglas, P.M.J. Larsson, H.C.E., Changes in terrestrial ecosystems across the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary in western Canada inferred from plant wax lipid distributions and isotopic measurements, (2020) Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, in press

[18]  Douglas, P.M.J., Gonzalez Moguel, R., Walter Anthony, K. M., Wik, M., Crill, P.M., Dawson, K. S., Smith, D.A., Yanay, E., Lloyd, M.K., Stolper, D.A., Eiler, J. M., & Sessions, A.L., Clumped isotopes link older carbon substrates with slower rates of methanogenesis in northern lakes, (2020) Geophysical Research Letters, v. 47, e2019GL086756

[17]  Kang, M., Dong, Y., Liu, Y., Williams, J. P., Douglas, P. M. J., & McKenzie, J. M. Potential increase in oil and gas well leakage due to earthquakes. (2019) Environmental Research Communications, v. 1, 121004.

[16] Douglas, P. M. J., Pagani, M., Eglinton, T. I., Brenner, M., Curtis, J. H., Breckinridge, A., and Johnston, K. A long-term decrease in the persistence of soil carbon caused by ancient Maya land use. (2018) Nature Geoscience v. 11, p. 645-649.

[15] Shaui, Y., Douglas, P. M. J., Zhang, S., Stolper, D. A., Lewan, M., Lawson, M., Ellis, G., Mi, J., He, K., Hu, G., and Eiler, J. M. Equilibrium and non-equilibrium controls on the abundances of clumped isotopologues of methane during thermogenic formation; Implications for the chemistry of pyrolysis and the origin of natural gases. (2018) Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta v. 223, p. 159-174.

[14] Shaui, Y., Etiope, G., Zhang, S., Douglas, P. M. J., Huang, L., and Eiler, J. M. Methane clumped isotopes in Songliao Basin (China): New insights into abiotic vs biotic hydrocarbon distribution. (2018) Earth and Planetary Science Letters v. 482, p. 213-221.

[13] Stolper, D. A., Lawson, M., Formolo, M. J., Davis, C. L., Douglas, P. M. J., Sessions, A. L., Eiler, J. M. The utility of methane clumped isotopes to constrain the origins of methane in natural gas accumulations (2017) Geological Society of London Special Publications v. 468, p. 23-52.

[12] Douglas, P. M. J., Stolper, D. A., Eiler, J. M., Sessions, A. L., Lawson, M., Shaui, Y., Bishop, A., Podlaha, O. G., Ferreira, A. A., Santos Neto, E. V., Niemann, M., Steen, A. S., Huang, L., Chimiak, L., Valentine, D. L., Fiebig, J., Luhmann, A. J., Seyfried Jr., W. E., Etiope, G., Schoell, M., Inskeep, W. P., Moran, J. J., and Kitchen, N. Clumped isotopes in methane; Progress and potential for a new isotopic tracer (2017) Organic Geochemistry v. 113, p. 262-282.

[11] Douglas, P. M. J., Stolper, D. A., Walter Anthony, K. M., Wik., M., Crill, P., Winterdahl, M., Paull, C., Dallimore, S., Smith, D. A., Sessions, A. L., Eiler, J. M. (2016) Diverse origins of Arctic and Subarctic methane point source emissions identified with multiply-substituted isotopologues: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta v.188, p. 163-188.

[10] Douglas, P. M. J., Demarest, A. A., Brenner, M., Canuto, M. A. Drought Impacts on the Lowland Maya civilization (2016) Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Science v. 44, p. 613-645.

[9] Douglas, P. M. J., Brenner, M., Curtis, J. H. (2016) Methods and future directions for paleoclimatology in the Maya Lowlands: Global and Planetary Change v. 138, p. 3-24.

[8] Douglas, P. M. J., Pagani, M., Eglinton, T. I., Brenner, M., Hodell, D. A., Curtis, J. H., and Canuto M. A. (2015) Drought, agricultural adaptation and sociopolitical collapse in the Maya Lowlands: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 112, p. 5607-5612.

[7] Stolper, D. A., Martini, A. M., Clog, M., Douglas, P. M. J., Shusta, S. S., Valentine, D. L., Sessions, A. L., and Eiler, J. M. (2015) Distinguishing and understanding thermogenic and biogenic sources of methane using multiply substituted isotopologues: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 161, p. 219-247.

[6] Coutros, P., and Douglas, P. M. J. (2015) Coring Lake Fati and settlement archaeology of the Middle Niger Lakes Region: African Archaeological Review, v. 32, p. 249-266.

[5] Douglas, P. M. J., Pagani, M., Eglinton, T. I., Brenner, M., Hodell, D. A., Ma, K. F., Curtis, J. H., and Breckinridge, A. (2014) Pre-aged plant waxes in tropical lake sediments and their influence on molecular paleoclimate proxy records: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 141, p. 346-364.

[4] Sijp, W. P., Djikstra, H. A., Floegel, S., von der Heydt, A. S., Douglas, P. M. J., and Bijl, P.K. (2014) The role of ocean gateways on cooling climate on long time scales: Global and Planetary Change, v. 119, p. 1-22.

[3] Douglas, P. M. J., Affek, H. P, Ivany, L. C., Houben, A. J. P., Sijp, W. P., Sluijs, A., Schouten, S., and Pagani, M. (2014) Pronounced zonal heterogeneity in Eocene southern high-latitude sea surface temperatures: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 111, p. 6582-6587.

[2] Douglas, P. M. J., Pagani, M., Brenner, M., Hodell, D. A., and Curtis, J. H. (2012) Aridity and vegetation composition are important determinants of leaf-wax dD values in southeastern Mexico and Central America: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 97, p. 24-45.

[1] Keating-Bitonti, C. R., Ivany, L. C., Affek, H. P., Douglas, P. M. J., and Samson, S. D. (2011) Warm, not super-hot, temperatures in the early Eocene subtropics: Geology, v. 39, p.771-774.


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