Brian Sorrell
Brian Sorrell
Associate Professor, Aquatic Biology
Verified email at biology.au.dk - Homepage
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Are Phragmites-dominated wetlands a net source or net sink of greenhouse gases?
H Brix, BK Sorrell, B Lorenzen
Aquatic botany 69 (2-4), 313-324, 2001
4182001
Internal pressurization and convective gas flow in some emergent freshwater macrophytes
H Brix, BK Sorrell>, PT Orr
Limnology and Oceanography 37 (7), 1420-1433, 1992
3931992
Gas fluxes achieved by in situ convective flow in Phragmites australis
H Brix, BK Sorrell, HH Schierup
Aquatic Botany 54 (2-3), 151-163, 1996
2241996
On the difficulties of measuring oxygen release by root systems of wetland plants
BK Sorrell, W Armstrong
Journal of Ecology, 177-183, 1994
1731994
Growth and root oxygen release by Typha latifolia and its effects on sediment methanogenesis
DN Jespersen, BK Sorrell, H Brix
Aquatic Botany 61 (3), 165-180, 1998
1551998
Testing the growth rate vs. geochemical hypothesis for latitudinal variation in plant nutrients
CE Lovelock, IC Feller, MC Ball, J Ellis, B Sorrell
Ecology Letters 10 (12), 1154-1163, 2007
1372007
Mangrove growth in New Zealand estuaries: the role of nutrient enrichment at sites with contrasting rates of sedimentation
CE Lovelock, IC Feller, J Ellis, AM Schwarz, N Hancock, P Nichols, ...
Oecologia 153 (3), 633-641, 2007
1362007
Controls on soil cellulose decomposition along a salinity gradient in a Phragmites australis wetland in Denmark
IA Mendelssohn, BK Sorrell, H Brix, HH Schierup, B Lorenzen, E Maltby
Aquatic Botany 64 (3-4), 381-398, 1999
1291999
Ecophysiology of wetland plant roots: a modelling comparison of aeration in relation to species distribution
BK Sorrell, IA Mendelssohn, KL McKee, RA Woods
Annals of Botany 86 (3), 675-685, 2000
1242000
Tracing the origin of Gulf Coast Phragmites (Poaceae): A story of long‐distance dispersal and hybridization
C Lambertini, IA Mendelssohn, MHG Gustafsson, B Olesen, T Riis, ...
American Journal of Botany 99 (3), 538-551, 2012
1182012
Mangrove forest and soil development on a rapidly accreting shore in New Zealand
CE Lovelock, BK Sorrell, N Hancock, Q Hua, A Swales
Ecosystems 13 (3), 437-451, 2010
1162010
Biogeochemistry of billabong sediments. II. Seasonal variations in methane production
BK Sorrell, PI Boon
Freshwater Biology 27 (3), 435-445, 1992
1141992
Convective gas flow in Eleocharis sphacelata R. Br.: methane transport and release from wetlands
BK Sorrell, PI Boon
Aquatic botany 47 (3-4), 197-212, 1994
1111994
Effect of external oxygen demand on radial oxygen loss by Juncus roots in titanium citrate solutions
BK Sorrell
Plant, Cell & Environment 22 (12), 1587-1593, 1999
1031999
Invasion strategies in clonal aquatic plants: are phenotypic differences caused by phenotypic plasticity or local adaptation?
T Riis, C Lambertini, B Olesen, JS Clayton, H Brix, BK Sorrell
Annals of Botany 106 (5), 813-822, 2010
922010
Biogeochemistry of billabong sediments. I. The effect of macrophytes
PI Boon, BK Sorrell
Freshwater Biology 26 (2), 209-226, 1991
921991
Growth and morphology in relation to temperature and light availability during the establishment of three invasive aquatic plant species
T Riis, B Olesen, JS Clayton, C Lambertini, H Brix, BK Sorrell
Aquatic Botany 102, 56-64, 2012
832012
Oxygen transport in the submerged freshwater macrophyte Egeria densa Planch. I. Oxygen production, storage and release
BK Sorrell, FI Dromgoole
Aquatic Botany 28 (1), 63-80, 1987
831987
Emissions of Greenhouse Gases CH4 and N2O from Low-gradient Streams in Agriculturally Developed Catchments
RJ Wilcock, BK Sorrell
Water, air, and soil pollution 188 (1-4), 155-170, 2008
752008
Oxygen stress in wetland plants: comparison of de-oxygenated and reducing root environments
H Brix, BK Sorrell
Functional Ecology, 521-526, 1996
691996
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