Dr Anne Quillet
Associate Research Fellow

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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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.

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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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.

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. DOI.

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. DOI.
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. DOI.

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. DOI.
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. DOI.
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. DOI.

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. DOI.
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. DOI.