publications

Title Author Date
Richey, J. E. 1981. Particulate and dissolved carbon in the Amazon River: a preliminary annual budget. Verh. Int. Verein. Limnol., 21: 914-917. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E., M. Logsdon, S. Rodda, B. Nijssen, D. Lettenmaier, and A. Snidvongs. 2000. Sea-Basins: Towards A Coupled Hydrological and Material Transport Model of Southeast Asia and the Mekong River System, p. 382. In R. W. Al-Soufi [ed.], Proc. of the Workshop on Hydrologic and Environmental Modelling in the Mekong Basin. Mekong River Commission MKG/R.00017. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J.E. 2004. Emission of CO2 from Riverine Systems. Pp. 172-173. In Will Steffan (ed). Global Change and the Earth System: A Planet under Pressure. Springer-Verlag. 336p. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E., C. Nobre, and C. Deser. 1989. Amazon river discharge and climate variability: 1903 to 1985. Science, 246: 101-103. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E., J. I. Hedges, A. H. Devol, P. D. Quay, R. Victoria, L. Martinelli, and B. R. Forsberg. 1990. Biogeochemistry of carbon in the Amazon River. Limnol. Oceanogr., 35: 352-371. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E., J. B. Adams, and R. L. Victoria. 1990. Synoptic-scale hydrological and biogeochemical cycles in the Amazon River basin: A modeling and remote sensing perspective, p. 249-268. In R. J. Hobbs and H. A. Mooney [eds.], Remote sensing of biosphere functioning. Springer-Verlag. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E., S. R. Wilhelm, M. E. Mcclain, R. L. Victoria, J. M. Melack, and C. Araujo-Lima. 1997. Organic matter and nutrient dynamics in river corridors of the Amazon Basin and their response to anthropogenic change. Ciencia e Cultura, 49: 98-110. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J.E., J.M. Melack, A.A.K. Aufdenkampe, V.M. Ballester, and L. Hess. 2002. Outgassing from Amazonian rivers and wetlands as a large tropical source of atmospheric CO2. Nature 416: 617-620. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E., R. L. Victoria, E. Salati, and B. R. Forsberg. 1991. The biogeochemistry of a major river system: The Amazon case study, p. 57-74. In E. T. Degens, S. Kempe, and J. E. Richey [eds.], Biogeochemistry of major world rivers. John Wiley and Sons. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E., J. T. Brock, R. J. Naiman, R. C. Wissmar, and R. F. Stallard. 1980. Organic carbon: oxidation and transport in the Amazon River. Science, 207: 1348-1351. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J.E. 2004. Pathways of Atmospheric CO2 through Fluvial Systems. Pp. 329-340. In (C. Fields, ed.). Toward CO2 Stabilization Issues, Strategies, and Consequences, A SCOPE GCP Rapid Assessment Project. Island Press. 526p. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E. 1983. Interactions of C, N, P, and S in river systems: a biogeochemical model, p. 365-383. In B. Bolin and R. B. Cook [eds.], The major biogeochemical cycles and their interactions. John Wiley and Sons. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E. 1982. The Amazon River system: A biogeochemical model. Mitt. Geol-Palaont. Inst., 52: 365-378. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E. 2001. Spatial techniques for understanding Commons issues. Pp. 273-291. In J. Burger, E. Ostrom, R.B. Norgaard, D. Policansky, and B.D. Goldstein [eds.], The Commons Revisited: an Americas Perspective. Island Press. 360 p. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Richey, J. E., A. H. Devol, S. C. Wofsy, R. Victoria, and M. N. G. Ribeiro. 1988. Biogenic gases and the oxidation and reduction of carbon in the Amazon River and floodplain waters. Limnology and Oceanography, 33: 551-561. Richey, J.E. 08/2004
Rosenqvist, A., B.R. Forsberg, B.R., T.P. Pimentel, T.P., Y.A. Rausch, and J.E. Richey. 2002. The use of spaceborne radar data to model inundation patterns and trace gas emissions in the Central Amazon floodplain. International Journal of Remote Sensing 23: 1303-1328. Rosenqvist, A. 08/2004
Salati, E., R. L. Victoria, L. A. Martinelli, and N. A. Villa Nova. 1989. Soil, water, and climate of Amazonia: an overview. Amazon: Facts, Problems, and Solutions. 300-354. Salati, E. 08/2004
(35) Salati, E., R. L. Victoria, L. A. Martinelli, and J. E. Richey. 1989. Deforestation and its role in possible changes in the Brazilian Amazon, p. 159-171. In R. S. DeFries and T. F. Malone [eds.], Global Change and Our Common Future: Papers from a Forum. National Academy Press. Salati, E. 08/2004
Salati, E., R. L. Victoria, L. A. Martinelli, and J. E. Richey. 1991. Forests: Their role in global change, with special reference to the Brazilian Amazon. Second World Climate Conference. 391-395. Salati, E. 08/2004
Sedell, J. R., J. E. Richey, and F. J. Swanson. 1989. The river continuum concept: A basis for the expected ecosystem behavior of very large rivers?, p. 49-55. In D. P. Dodge [ed.], Proceedings of the international large river symposium. Sedell, J.R. 08/2004