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Dr Kirsi Keskitalo

Research Fellow

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

Kirsi Keskitalo

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  • Seasonal particulate organic carbon dynamics of the Kolyma River tributaries, Siberia, Keskitalo, K., Bröder, L., Tesi, T., Mann, P., Jong, D., Bulte Garcia, S., Davydova, A., Davydov, S., Zimov, N., Haghipour, N., Eglinton, T., Vonk, J. 22 Jan 2024, In: Biogeosciences
  • Contrasts in dissolved, particulate, and sedimentary organic carbon from the Kolyma River to the East Siberian Shelf, Jong, D., Bröder, L., Tesi, T., Keskitalo, K., Zimov, N., Davydova, A., Pika, P., Haghipour, N., Eglinton, T., Vonk, J. 17 Jan 2023, In: Biogeosciences
  • Cross-Shelf Transport, Composition and Degradation of Terrestrial Permafrost Organic Matter at the Sediment-Water Interface in the Laptev and East Siberian Seas, Madaj, L., Keskitalo, K., Gustafsson, Ö., Tesi, T., Semiletov, I., Dudarev, O., Martens, J., Haghipour, N., Bröder, L., Vonk, J. 15 May 2023, European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2023
  • Evidence for preservation of organic carbon interacting with iron in material displaced from retrogressive thaw slumps: Case study in Peel Plateau, western Canadian Arctic, Thomas, M., Monhonval, A., Hirst, C., Bröder, L., Zolkos, S., Vonk, J., Tank, S., Keskitalo, K., Shakil, S., Kokelj, S., van der Sluijs, J., Opfergelt, S. 1 May 2023, In: Geoderma
  • Particulate organic carbon composition and landscape characteristics in the Peel River Watershed, Canada, Keskitalo, K., Speetjens, N., Overduin, P., Westermann, S., Miesner, F., Sachs, T., Nitze, I., Bröder, L., Haghipour, N., Eglinton, T., Vonk, J. 25 Mar 2022, European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2022
  • Seasonal variability in particulate organic carbon degradation in the Kolyma River, Siberia, Keskitalo, K., Bröder, L., Jong, D., Zimov, N., Davydova, A., Davydov, S., Tesi, T., Mann, P., Haghipour, N., Eglinton, T., Vonk, J. 1 Mar 2022, In: Environmental Research Letters
  • Downstream Evolution of Particulate Organic Matter Composition From Permafrost Thaw Slumps, Keskitalo, K., Bröder, L., Shakil, S., Zolkos, S., Tank, S., van Dongen, B., Tesi, T., Haghipour, N., Eglinton, T., Kokelj, S., Vonk, J. 29 Mar 2021, In: Frontiers in Earth Science
  • Preferential export of permafrost-derived organic matter as retrogressive thaw slumping intensifies, Bröder, L., Keskitalo, K., Zolkos, S., Shakil, S., Tank, S., Kokelj, S., Tesi, T., van Dongen, B., Haghipour, N., Eglinton, T., Vonk, J. May 2021, In: Environmental Research Letters
  • Characterization of mobilized sediments and organic matter in retrogressive thaw slumps on the Peel Plateau, NWT, Canada, Bröder, L., Keskitalo, K., Zolkos, S., Shakil, S., Tank, S., Tesi, T., van Dongen, B., Haghipour, N., Eglinton, T., Vonk, J. 2020, EGU General Assembly 2020, Germany, European Geosciences Union
  • Degradation of permafrost carbon in the Kolyma River, Keskitalo, K., Bröder, L., Jong, D., Zimov, N., Davydova, A., Tesi, T., Mann, P., Haghipour, N., Eglinton, T., Vonk, J. 3 May 2020, EGO General Assembly, Germany, European Geosciences Union


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