logo

Publications

 

 

1.
Long term dynamics of surface fluctuation in a peat swamp forest in Sarawak, Malaysia

Faizul, Y. I. M., Melling, L., Wong, G. X., Hatano, R., Inoue, T., Aeries, E. B., Goh, K.J. and Mah, D. Y. S. – 2022
Environmental Research Communications
PDF

   
2.
Tropical peatland hydrology simulated with a global land surface model

Apers, S., De Lannoy, G. J., Baird, A. J., Cobb, A. R., Dargie, G., del Aguila Pasquel, J., Griber, A., Hastie, A., Hidayat, H., Hirano, T., Hoyt, A.M., Jovani-Sancho, A.J., Katimon, A., Kurnain, A., Koster, R.D., Lampela, M., Mahanama, S.P.P., Melling, L., Page, S.E., Reichle, R.H., Taufik, M., Vanderborght, J. and Bechtold, M. – 2022
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES)
PDF

   
3.
Application of ammonium sulfate affects greenhouse gases and microbial diversity of an oil palm plantation on tropical peat

Lau, S.Y.L, Midot, F., Dom, S.P., Lo, M.L., Chin, M.Y., Jee, M.S., Yap, M.L., Chaddy, A. and Melling, L. – 2022
Archives of Agronomy and Soil Sciences
PDF

   
4.
Effects of long-term nitrogen fertilization and ground water level changes on soil CO2 fluxes from oil palm plantation on tropical peatland

Chaddy, A., Melling, L., Ishikura, K., Goh, K. J., Toma, Y., and Hatano, R. – 2021
Atmosphere
PDF

   
5.
Tropical Western Pacific hydrology during the last 6,000 years based on wildfire charcoal records from Borneo

Yamamoto, M., Kikuchi, T., Sakurai, H., Hayashi, R., Seki, O., Omori, T., Sulaiman, A., Shaari, H., Abdullah, M.A. and Melling, L. – 2021
Geophysical Research Letters
PDF

   
6.
Tropical peatland hydrology simulated with a global land surface model

Apers, S., De Lannoy, G. J., Baird, A. J., Cobb, A. R., Dargie, G., del Aguila Pasquel, J., Griber, A., Hastie, A., Hidayat, H., Hirano, T., Hoyt, A.M., Jovani-Sancho, A.J., Katimon, A., Kurnain, A., Koster, R.D., Lampela, M., Mahanama, S.P.P., Melling, L., Page, S.E., Reichle, R.H., Taufik, M., Vanderborght, J. and Bechtold, M. – 2021
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES)
PDF

   
7.
Substantial hysteresis in emergent temperature sensitivity of global wetland CH4 emissions

Chang, K. Y., Riley, W. J., Knox, S. H., Jackson, R. B., McNicol, G., Poulter, B., Aurela, M., Baldocchi, D., Bansal, S., Bohrer, G., Campbell, D.I., Cescatti, A., Chu, H., Delwiche, K.B., Desai, A.R., Euskirchen, E., Friborg, T., Goeckede, M., Helbig, M., Hemes, K.S., Hirano, T., Iwata, H., Kang, M., Keenan, T., Krauss, K.W., Lohila, A., Mammarella, I., Mitra, B., Miyata, A., Nilsson, M.B., Noormets, A., Oechel, W.C., Papale, D., Peichl, M., Reba, M.L., Rinne, J., Runkle, B.R.K., Ryu, Y., Sachs, T., Schäfer, Schmid, H.P., Shurpali, N., Sonnentag, A., Tang, A.C.I., Torn, M.S., Trotta, C., Tuittila, E.S., Ueyama, M., Vargas, R., Vesala, T., Windham-Myers, L., Zhang, Z. and Zona, D. – 2021
Nature Communications
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
8.
Gap-filling eddy covariance methane fluxes: Comparison of machine learning model predictions and uncertainties at FLUXNET-CH4 wetlands

Irvin, J., Zhou, S., McNicol, G., Lu, F., Liu, V., Fluet-Chouinard, E., Ouyang, Z., Knox, S.H., Lucas-Moffat, A., Trotta, C., Papale, D., Vitale, D., Mammarella, I., Alekseychik, P., Aurela, M., Avati, A., Baldocchi, D., Bansal, S., Bohrer, G., Campbell, D.I., Chen., J., Chu, H., Dalmagro, H.J., Delwiche, K.B., Desai, A.R., Euskirchen, E., Feron, S., Goeckede, M., Heimann, M., Helbig, M., Helfter, C., Hemes, K.S., Hirano, T., Iwata, H., Jurasinski, G., Kalhori, A., Kondrich, A., Lai, D.Y.F., Lohila, A., Malhotra, A., Merbold, L., Mitra, B., Ng, A., Nilsson, M.B., Noormets, A., Peichl, M., Rey-Sanchez, A.C., Richardson, A.D., Runkle, B.R.K., Turner, J., Vargas, R., Zhu, Q., Alto, T., Fluet‐Chouinard, E., Goeckede, M., Melton, J. R., Sonnentag, O., Vesala, T., Ward, E., Zhang, Z., Feron, S., Ouyang, Z., Alekseychik, P., Aurela, M., Bohrer, G., Campbell, D. I., Chen, J., Chu, H., Dalmagro, H.J., Goodrich, J. P., Gottschalk, P., Hirano, T., Iwata, H., Jurasinski, G., Kang, M., Koebsch, F., Mammarella, I., Nilsson, M. B., Ono, K., Peichl, M., Peltola, O., Ryu, Y., Sachs, T., Sakabe, A., Sparks, J. P., Tuittila, E., Vourlitis, G. L., Wong, G. X., Windham‐Myers, L., Poulter, B., Schäfer, K.V.R., Sonnentag, O., Stuart-Haëntjens, E., Sturtevant, C., Ueyama, M., Valach, A.C., Vargas, R., Vourlitis, G.L., Ward, E.J., Wong, G.X., Zona, D., Alberto, M.C.R., Billesbach, D.P., Celis, G., Dolman, H., Friborg, T., Fuchs, K., Gogo, S., Gondwe, M.J., Goodrich, W.C., Gottschalk, P., Hörtnagl, L., Jacotot, A., Koebech, F., Kasak, K., Maier, R., Morin, T.H., Nemitz, E., Oechel, W.C., Oikawa, P.Y., Ono, K., Sachs, Sakabe, A., Schuur, E.A., Shortt, E., Sullivan, R.C., Szutu, D.J., Tuittila, E.S., Varlagin, A., Versaillie, J.G., Wille, C., Windham-Myers, L., Poulter, B. and Jackson, R. B. – 2021
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
9.
Genetic diversity and admixed population structure of Ganoderma boninense, causal agent of basal stem rot in African oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) in Sumatra, Indonesia, Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak

Wong, W.C., Tung, H.J., Nurul Fadhilah, M., Mido,t F., Lau, S.Y.L., Melling, L., Astari, S., Hadziabdic, Đ., Trigiano, R.N., Goh, K.J. and Goh, Y.K. – 2021
Mycologia
PDF

   
10.
FLUXNET-CH4: A global, multi-ecosystem dataset and analysis of methane seasonality from freshwater wetlands

Delwiche, K. B., Knox, S. H., Malhotra, A., Fluet-Chouinard, E., McNicol, G., Feron, S., … and Jackson, R. B. – 2021
Earth System Science Data Discussions
PDF

   
11.
Identifying dominant environmental predictors of freshwater wetland methane fluxes across diurnal to seasonal time scales

Knox, S. H., Bansal, S., McNicol, G., Schafer, K., Sturtevant, C., Ueyama, M., … and Jackson, R. B. – 2021
Global Change Biology
PDF

   
12.
Linking Prokaryotic Community Composition to Carbon Biogeochemical Cycling across a Tropical Peat Dome in Sarawak, Malaysia

Dom, S.P., Ikenaga, M., Lau, S.Y.L., Radu, S., Midot, F., Yap, M.L., Chin, M.Y., Lo, M.L., Jee, M.S., Maie, N. and Melling, L. – 2021
Global Change Biology
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
13.
Effect of compaction on soil CO2 and CH4 fluxes from tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia.

Busman, N.A., Maie, N., Ishak, C.F., Sulaiman, M.F. and Melling, L. – 2021
Environment, Development and Sustainability.
PDF

   
14.
A Bornean peat swamp forest is a net source of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.

Tang, A.C.I., Melling, L., Stoy, P.C., Musin, K.K., Aeries, E.B., Waili, J.W., Shimizu, M., Poulter, B. and Hirata, R. – 2020
Global Change Biology
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
15.
Carbon dioxide balance of an oil palm plantation established on tropical peat.

Kiew, F., Hirata, R., Hirano, T., Wong, G.X., Aeries, E.B., Musin, K.K., Waili, J.W., Lo, K.S. and Melling, L. – 2020
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 295.
PDF

   
16.
How do land practices affect methane emissions from tropical peat ecosystems?

Wong, G.X., Hirata, R., Hirano, T., Kiew, F., Aeries, E.B., Musin, K.K., Waili, J.W., Lo. K.S. and Melling, L. – 2020
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 282.
PDF

   
17.
Variations in the rate of accumulation and chemical structure of soil organic matter in a coastal peatland in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Sangok, F.E., Sugiura, Y., Maie, N., Melling, L., Nakamura, T., Ikeya, K. and Watanabe, A. – 2020
CATENA, 184.
PDF

   
18.
Carbon dioxide and methane emissions from peat soil in an undrained tropical peat swamp forest.

Ishikura, K., Hirata, R., Hirano, T., Okimoto, Y., Wong, G.X., Melling, L., Aeries, E.B., Kiew, F., Lo, K.S., Musin, K.K., Waili, J.W. and Ishii, Y. – 2019
Ecosystems, 22 (164).
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
19.
FLUXNET-CH4 synthesis activity: Objectives, Observations, and Future Directions.

Knox, S.H., Jackson, R.B., Poulter, B., McNicol, G., Fluet-Chouinard, E., Zhang, Z., Hugelius, G., Bousquet, P., Canadell, J.G., Saunois, M., Papale, D., Chu, H., Keenan, T., Baldocchi, D., Mammarella, I., Aurela, M., Bohrer, G., Campbell, D., Cescatti, A., Chamberlain, S., Chen, J., Dengel, S., Desai, A.R., Euskirchen, E., Friborg, T., Goeckede, M., Heimann, M., Helbig, M., Kang, M., Klatt, J., Kraus, K.W., Kutzbach, L., Lohila, A., Mitra, B., Morin, T.H., Nilsson, M.B., Niu, S., Noormets, A., Oechel, W.C., Peichl, M., Peltola, O., Reba, M.L., Runkle, B.R.K., Ryu, Y., Sachs, T., Schäfer, K.V.R., Shurpali, N., Sonnentag, O., Tang, A.C.I., Vesala, T., Ward, E.J., Windham-Myers, L.and Zona, D. – 2019
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society; 100(12), 2607-2632
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
20.
Genetic Diversity and Demographic History of Ganoderma boninense in Oil Palm Plantations of Sarawak, Malaysia Inferred from ITS regions.

Midot, F., Lau, S.Y.L., Wong, W.C., Tung, H.J., Yap, M.L., Lo, M.L., Jee, S.M., Dom, S.P. and Melling, L. – 2019
Microorganisms, 7(10), 464.
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
21.
Soil N2O Emissions Under Different N Rates in an Oil Palm Plantation on Tropical Peatland.

Chaddy, A., Melling, L., Ishikura, K. and Hatano, R. – 2019
Agriculture,9(10), 213.
PDF

   
22.
The exchange of water and energy between a tropical peat forest and the atmosphere: Seasonal trends and comparison against other tropical rainforests.

Tang, A.C.I., Stoy, P.C., Hirata, R., Musin, K.K., Aeries, E.B., Shimizu, M., Waili, J.W. and Melling, L. – 2019
Agriculture,9(10), 213.
PDF

   
23.
Influence of Temperature and Water Conditions on the Mineralization Rate of Tropical Peat.

Maie, N., Maeda, M., Murouchi, A., Melling, L., Takamatsu, R., Sangok, F., Kakino, W., Tanji, H. and Watanabe, A. – 2018
Humic Substances Research; 15(1), 33-39
PDF

   
24.
Association of growth and hollow stem development in Shorea albida trees in a tropical peat swamp forest in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Monda, Y., Kiyono, Y., Chaddy, A., Damian, C., and Melling, L. – 2018
Trees, 32(5), 1357-1364.
PDF

   
25.
Eddy covariance measurement of methane flux at a tropical peat forest in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo.

Tang, A.C.I., Stoy, P.C., Hirata, R., Musin, K.K., Aeries, E.B., Waili, J.W., and Melling, L. – 2018
Geophysical Research Letter, 45(9), 4390-4399.
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
26.
Micrometeorological measurement of methane flux above a tropical peat swamp forests.

Wong, G.X., Hirata, R., Hirano, T., Kiew, F., Aeries, E.B., Musin, K.K., Waili, J.W., Lo, K.S. and Melling, L. – 2018
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; 256, 353-361.
PDF

   
27.
CO2 balance of a secondary tropical peat swamp forest in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Kiew, F., Hirata, R., Hirano, T., Wong, G.X., Aeries, E.B., Musin, K.K., Waili, J.W., Lo, K.S., Shimizu, M. and Melling, L. – 2018
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; 248, 494-501.
PDF

   
28.
Soil carbon dioxide emissions due to oxidative peat decomposition in an oil palm plantation on tropical peat.

Ishikura, K., Hirano, T., Okimoto, Y., Hirata, R., Kiew, F., Melling, L., Aeries, E.B., Lo, K.S., Musin, K.K., Waili, J.W., Wong, G.X. and Ishii, Y. – 2018
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment; 254,202-212
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
29.
Characterization of dissolved organic matter in river water flowing through temperate and tropical peatlands based on size exclusion chromatography and fluorescence spectrometry.

Tsutsuki, K., Yoshida, E., Maie, N., Melling, L. and Watanabe, A. – 2018
Humic Substances Research; 14(1), 19-32
PDF

   
30.
Dynamics of humic and non-humic substances in estuaries of coastal wetlands.

Watanabe, A., Sugiura, Y., Maie, N., Melling, L., Sudid, D. and Tsutsuki, K. – 2018
Humic Substances Research; 14(1), 7-17
PDF

   
31.
Evaluation on the decomposability of tropical forest peat soils after conversion to an oil palm plantation.

Sangok, F.E., Maie, N., Melling, L. and Watanabe, A. – 2017
Science of the Total Environment; 587,381-388
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
32.
Allometric equations considering the influence of hollow trees: A case study for tropical peat swamp forest in Sarawak.

Monda, Y., Kiyono, Y., Melling, L., Damian, C. and Chaddy, A. – 2015
TROPICS; 24(1),11-22
PDF

   
33.
Destructive sampling method for estimating the biomass of African oil palm (Wlaesis guineensis) plantations on tropical peatland.

Kiyono, Y., Monda, Y., Toriyama, J., Chaddy, A., Goh, K.J. and Melling, L. – 2015
Bulletin of Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute (FFPRI); 14(3),147-158
PDF

   
34.
Effect of soil types and nitrogen fertilizer on nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide emissions in oil palm plantations.

Sakata, R., Shimada, S., Arai, H., Yoshioka, N., Yoshioka, R., Aoki, H., Kimoto, N., Sakamoto, A., Melling, L. and Inubushi, K. – 2014
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition; 61(1),48-60
PDF

   
35.
Correlations between mineral nitrogen contents and vertical distribution of N2O emission potentials in tropical peat soils transformed into oil palm plantations in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Lau, S.Y.L., Hashidoko, Y., Takahashi, N., Hatano, R. and Melling, L. – 2014
Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology B; 4(9), 691-700
PDF

   
36.
Dissolved organic matter dynamics in the oligo/meso-haline zone of wetland-influenced coastal rivers.

Maie, N., Sekiguchi, S., Watanabe, A., Tsutsuki, K., Yamashita, Y., Melling, L., Cawley, K.M., Shima, E. and Jaffe, R. – 2014
Journal of Sea Research; 91,58-69
PDF

   
37.
Composition of dissolved organic nitrogen in rivers associated with wetlands.

Watanebe, A., Tsutsuki, K., Inoue, Y., Maie, N., Melling, L. and Jaffe, R. – 2014
Science of the Total Environment; 493,220-228
PDF
SUPPLEMENTARY

   
38.
Soil microbial and root respiration from three ecosystems in tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia.

Melling, L., Tan, C.S.Y., Goh, K.J. and Hatano, R. – 2013
Journal of Oil Palm Research; 25(1), 43-56
PDF

   
39.
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emission from tropical peatland.

Melling, L – 2013
The Planter; 89(1051)
PDF

   
40.
Influence of soil aggregate size on greenhouse gas emission and uptake rate from tropical peat soil in forest and different oil palm development years.

Kimura, S.D., Melling, L. and Goh, K.J. – 2012
Geoderma; 185,1-5
PDF

   
41.
Contributions of humic substances to the dissolved organic carbon pool in wetlands from different climates.

Watanabe, A., Moroi, K., Sato, H., Tsutsuki, K., Maie, N., Melling, L. and Jaffe, R. – 2012
Chemosphere; 88(10), 1265-1268
PDF

   
42.
Greenhouse gas exchange of tropical peatlands – A review.

Melling, L. and Henson, I.E. – 2011
Journal of Oil Palm Research; 23, 1087-1095
PDF

   
43.
Burkholderia vietnamiensis isolated from root tissues of nipa palm (nypa fruticans) in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Tang, S.Y., Hara, S., Melling, L., Goh, K.J. and Hashidoko, Y. – 2010
Bioscience, Biotechnology & Biochemistry; 74(9), 1972-1975
PDF

   
44.
Effects of palm canopy on soil CO2 flux in an oil palm plantation on tropical peatland.

Lau, S.Y.L., Kho, F.W.L., Tan, C.S.Y., Sim, A.K.F., Tay, M.M. and Melling, L. – 2009
Berita IKM; 97, 9-15
PDF

   
45.
Emergence and behaviors of acid-tolerant Janthinobacterium sp. that evolves N2O from deforested tropical peatland.

Hashidoko, Y., Takakai. F., Toma, Y., Darung, U., Melling, L., Tahara, S. and Hatano. R. – 2008
Soil Biology & Biochemistry; 40(10), 116-125
PDF

   
46.
Carbon flow and budget in a young mature oil palm agroecosystem on deep tropical peat.

Melling, L., Goh, K.J., Beauvais, C. and Hatano, R. – 2008
The Planter; 84(982), 21-25
PDF

   
47.
Moisture retention curve of tropical sapric and hemic peat.

Katimon, A. and Melling, L. – 2007
Malaysian Journal of Civil Engineering; 19(1), 84-90
PDF

   
48.
Nitrous oxide emissions from three ecosystems in tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia.

Melling, L., Hatano, R. and Goh, K.J. – 2007
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition; 53, 792-805
PDF

   
49.
Short-term effect of urea on CH4 flux under the oil palm (elaeis guineensis) on tropical peatland in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Melling, L., Goh, K.J. and Hatano, R. – 2006
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition; 52(6), 788-792
PDF

   
50.
Soil CO2 flux from three ecosystems in tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia.

Melling, L., Hatano, R. and Goh, K.J. – 2005
Tellus B; 57(1), 1-11
PDF

   
51.
Methane fluxes from three ecosystems in tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia.

Melling, L., Hatano, R. and Goh, K.J. – 2005
Soil Biology & Biochemistry; 37, 1445-1453
PDF

   
52.
Global warming potential from soils in tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia.

Melling, L., Hatano, R. and Goh, K.J. – 2005
APGC, Phyton; 45(4), 275-285
PDF