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Dr Anne Quillet

Associate Research Fellow

 Amory c255

 

Amory Building, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4RJ , UK

Overview

My research goals are to shed light on the behaviour, dynamics and resilience of peatlands and their impact on the carbon cycle and on hydrology. After completing an MSc in Physical Geography (Ruhr-Universität, Germany) I worked on millennial carbon accumulation processes in northern peatlands during my PhD (Université du Québec à Montréal, UQAM, Canada). I then pursued postdoctoral research with the study of groundwater-peatland interactions (UQAM) and peatlands restoration modelling (McGill University, Canada).

My current project aims at evaluating the feedback effect of peatlands on climate by modelling the carbon exchanges between peatlands and the atmosphere in a dynamic way. This project is funded by a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowship from the European Commission.

Broad research specialisms:

  • Peatlands
  • Vegetation and climate interactions
  • Carbon dynamics
  • Ecohydrology
  • Hydrogeology
  • Modelling

Qualifications

PhD Environmental Sciences (Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada)
MSc Physical Geography (Ruhr-Universität, Germany)
BSc Geography (Université de Bourgogne, France and Johannes-Gutenberg Universität, Germany)

Research

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Ferlatte M, Quillet A, Larocque M, Cloutier V, Pellerin S, Paniconi C (2015). Aquifer-peatland connectivity in southern Quebec (Canada). Hydrological Processes, 29(11), 2600-2612. Abstract.
Quillet A, Garneau M, van Bellen S, Frolking S, Tuittila ES (2015). Integration of palaeohydrological proxies into a peatland model: a new tool for palaeoecological studies. Ecohydrology, 8(2), 214-229. Abstract.
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 Modelling, 248, 30-40. Abstract.
Quillet A, Garneau M, Frolking S (2013). Sobol' sensitivity analysis of the Holocene Peat Model: What drives carbon accumulation in peatlands?. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 118(1), 203-214. Abstract.
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(1), 1-21.
Quillet A, Peng C, Garneau M (2010). Toward dynamic global vegetation models for simulating vegetation-climate interactions and feedbacks: Recent developments, limitations, and future challenges. Environmental Reviews, 18(1), 333-353. Abstract.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Larocque M, Ferlatte M, Pellerin S, Cloutier V, Munger JL, Paniconi C, Quillet A (2016). Chemical and botanical indicators of groundwater inflow to Sphagnum-dominated peatlands. Ecological Indicators, 64, 142-151. Abstract.
Ferlatte M, Quillet A, Larocque M, Cloutier V, Pellerin S, Paniconi C (2015). Aquifer-peatland connectivity in southern Quebec (Canada). Hydrological Processes, 29(11), 2600-2612. Abstract.
Quillet A, Garneau M, van Bellen S, Frolking S, Tuittila ES (2015). Integration of palaeohydrological proxies into a peatland model: a new tool for palaeoecological studies. Ecohydrology, 8(2), 214-229. Abstract.
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 Modelling, 248, 30-40. Abstract.
Quillet A, Garneau M, Frolking S (2013). Sobol' sensitivity analysis of the Holocene Peat Model: What drives carbon accumulation in peatlands?. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 118(1), 203-214. Abstract.
Tuittila ES, Juutinen S, Frolking S, Väliranta M, Laine AM, Miettinen A, Seväkivi ML, Quillet A, Merilä P (2013). Wetland chronosequence as a model of peatland development: Vegetation succession, peat and carbon accumulation. Holocene, 23(1), 25-35. Abstract.
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(1), 1-21.
Quillet A, Peng C, Garneau M (2010). Toward dynamic global vegetation models for simulating vegetation-climate interactions and feedbacks: Recent developments, limitations, and future challenges. Environmental Reviews, 18(1), 333-353. Abstract.

Publications by year


2016

Larocque M, Ferlatte M, Pellerin S, Cloutier V, Munger JL, Paniconi C, Quillet A (2016). Chemical and botanical indicators of groundwater inflow to Sphagnum-dominated peatlands. Ecological Indicators, 64, 142-151. Abstract.

2015

Ferlatte M, Quillet A, Larocque M, Cloutier V, Pellerin S, Paniconi C (2015). Aquifer-peatland connectivity in southern Quebec (Canada). Hydrological Processes, 29(11), 2600-2612. Abstract.
Quillet A, Garneau M, van Bellen S, Frolking S, Tuittila ES (2015). Integration of palaeohydrological proxies into a peatland model: a new tool for palaeoecological studies. Ecohydrology, 8(2), 214-229. Abstract.

2013

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 Modelling, 248, 30-40. Abstract.
Quillet A, Garneau M, Frolking S (2013). Sobol' sensitivity analysis of the Holocene Peat Model: What drives carbon accumulation in peatlands?. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 118(1), 203-214. Abstract.
Tuittila ES, Juutinen S, Frolking S, Väliranta M, Laine AM, Miettinen A, Seväkivi ML, Quillet A, Merilä P (2013). Wetland chronosequence as a model of peatland development: Vegetation succession, peat and carbon accumulation. Holocene, 23(1), 25-35. Abstract.

2010

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(1), 1-21.
Quillet A, Peng C, Garneau M (2010). Toward dynamic global vegetation models for simulating vegetation-climate interactions and feedbacks: Recent developments, limitations, and future challenges. Environmental Reviews, 18(1), 333-353. Abstract.

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