KW
Member Since 2021
Keridwen Whitmore
Graduate Research Assistant, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Professional Experience
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Graduate Research Assistant
2020 - Present
Education
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Doctorate
2024
Virginia Tech
Masters
2016
Publications
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Fluxes From Terrestrial and Aquatic Environments in a High‐Altitude Tropical Ca...

High‐altitude tropical grasslands, known as “páramos,” are characterized by high solar radiation, high precipitation, and lo...

August 07, 2020
AGU Abstracts
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Small Wetlands in a High Elevation, Tropical System
MODEL DATA INTEGRATION TO ADVANCE UNDERSTANDING OF WETLAND GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS: FROM SITE TO GLOBAL SCALE POSTER
biogeosciences | 15 december 2023
Keridwen Whitmore, Dani Zarate, Amanda G. DelVecch...
Wetlands are a significant contributor of carbon emissions to the atmosphere. They are the largest natural source of CH4 and also emit considerable am...
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Carbon Evasion Dynamics in a High-Elevation, Tropical, Headwater Catchment
MISSING CARBON: MECHANISMS CONTROLLING CARBON TRANSFER ACROSS THE TERRESTRIAL-AQUATIC INTERFACE I ORAL
biogeosciences | 12 december 2023
Diego A. Riveros-Iregui, Keridwen Whitmore, Tessa ...
High rates of carbon evasion have been recently reported from inland waters, including mountain headwater streams, temperate and tropical peatlands, s...
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Streamflow and wetness controls on non-point source nitrogen and dissolved organic carbon export along a rural-urban gradient
WATER QUALITY AND WATERSHEDS: FROM SCIENTIFIC INNOVATIONS TO ACTIONS I ORAL
hydrology | 13 december 2021
Joseph Delesantro, Jonathan M. Duncan, Keridwen Wh...
Efforts to reduce non-point source pollution derived from urban watersheds requires fine scale data collection which can attribute solute loading to s...
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