Jorge A. Villa
Jorge A. Villa
Assistant Professor, School of Geosciences, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
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Carbon sequestration in wetlands, from science to practice: An overview of the biogeochemical process, measurement methods, and policy framework
JA Villa, B Bernal
Ecological Engineering 114, 115-128, 2018
Nitrogen-rich organic soils under warm well-drained conditions are global nitrous oxide emission hotspots
Nature Communications 9, 1135, 2018
Carbon sequestration in different wetland plant communities in the Big Cypress Swamp region of southwest Florida
JA Villa, WJ Mitsch
International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services …, 2015
Sucesión vegetal luego de un proceso de restauración ecológica en un fragmento de bosque seco tropical (La Pintada, Antioquia)
AP Yepes, JA Villa
Corporación Universitaria Lasallista, 2010
Contribution of different wetland plant species to the DOC exported from a mesocosm experiment in the Florida Everglades
JA Villa, WJ Mitsch, K Song, SL Miao
Ecological engineering 71, 118-125, 2014
Methane emissions from five wetland plant communities with different hydroperiods in the Big Cypress Swamp region of Florida Everglades
JA Villa, WJ Mitsch
Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 14 (4), 253-266, 2014
Greenhouse gas emissions in natural and managed peatlands of America: Case studies along a latitudinal gradient
G Veber, A Kull, JA Villa, M Maddison, J Paal, T Oja, R Iturraspe, J Pärn, ...
Ecological Engineering 114, 34-45, 2018
Modeling hydrologic dynamics of a created wetland, Colombia
JA Villa, C Tobón
Ecological Engineering 40, 173-182, 2012
Plant‐mediated methane transport in emergent and floating‐leaved species of a temperate freshwater mineral‐soil wetland
JA Villa, Y Ju, T Stephen, C Rey‐Sanchez, KC Wrighton, G Bohrer
Limnology and Oceanography 65 (7), 1635-1650, 2020
Carbon sequestration and methane emissions along a microtopographic gradient in a tropical Andean peatland
JAV Gloria M. Mejía, Daniela Velásquez, Andrés Botero, Sharon A. Acosta ...
Science of the Total Environment 654, 651-661, 2019
Assessing Nutrient Removal Efficacy and Uptake of Several Native Wetland Plant Communities
WJ Mitsch, L Zhang, N Chung, D Marois, K Song, J Villa …, 2013
Global Boundary Lines of N2O and CH4 Emission in Peatlands
J Pärn, A Aasa, S Egorov, I Filippov, G Gabiri, I Gheorghe, J Järveoja, ...
The Role of Natural and Constructed Wetlands in Nutrient Cycling and …, 2015
Soil organic carbon stocks in fluvial and isolated tropical wetlands from Colombia
J Pérez-Rojas, F Moreno, JC Quevedo, J Villa
Catena 179, 139-148, 2019
Relationships between methane and carbon dioxide fluxes in a temperate cattail‐dominated freshwater wetland
JA Villa, Y Ju, C Vines, C Rey‐Sanchez, TH Morin, KC Wrighton, G Bohrer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124 (7), 2076-2089, 2019
Evaluación de Trichoderma spp como Control Biológico en una Plantación a Pequeña Escala de Cacao
SA Rojas, JA Villa
Journal of Agriculture and Animal Sciences 5 (2), 2017
Methane and nitrous oxide porewater concentrations and surface fluxes of a regulated river
JA Villa, GJ Smith, Y Ju, L Renteria, JC Angle, E Arntzen, SF Harding, ...
Science of The Total Environment 715, 136920, 2020
Erratum: Author Correction: Nitrogen-rich organic soils under warm well-drained conditions are global nitrous oxide emission hotspots (Nature communications (2018) 9 1 (1135))
J Pärn, JTA Verhoeven, K Butterbach-Bahl, NB Dise, S Ullah, A Aasa, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1748, 2018
Densidad aparente y concentración de materia orgánica en el suelo de un humedal de alta montaña
J Marulanda, JA Villa
Journal of Engineering and Technology 4 (1), 2015
Ebullition dominates methane fluxes from the water surface across different ecohydrological patches in a temperate freshwater marsh at the end of the growing season
JA Villa, Y Ju, T Yazbeck, S Waldo, KC Wrighton, G Bohrer
Science of the Total Environment 767, 144498, 2021
Quantifying CH4 concentration spikes above baseline and attributing CH4 sources to hydraulic fracturing activities by continuous monitoring at an off-site tower
SJ Russell, G Bohrer, DR Johnson, JA Villa, R Heltzel, C Rey-Sanchez, ...
Atmospheric Environment 228, 117452, 2020
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