David Butman

Postdoctoral Associate

Selected Publications

15. Raymond, Peter A., R Lauerwald, J. Hartmann, M. Hoover, D. Butman, R. Striegl, E. Mayorga, C. Humborg, H. Durr, M. Meybeck, P Ciais. “Hotspots for global stream CO2 evasion”, In Revision – Nature.
14. McDonald, C.P., E.G. Stets, R.G. Striegl,D. Butman, “Inorganic Carbon Loading as the Primary Driver of Dissolved Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Lakes and Reservoirs of the Contiguous United States”, (2013)Global Biogeochemical Cycles, in-press, doi:10.1002/gbc.20032
13. Bianchi, T., F. Garcia-Tigreros, S. Yvon-Lewis, M. Shields, H. Mills, D. Butman, C. Osburn, P.A. Raymond, G.C. Shank, S. DiMarco, N. Walker, R. Mullins, A. Quigg, G. Aiken, E. Grossman. “Enhanced Transfer of Terrestrially-Derived Carbon to the Atmosphere in a Flooding Event”,  (2013) Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 1-7,doi:10.1029/2012GL054145.
 
12. Mann P., P. Gernes, G. Aiken, S. Tank, E. Bulygina, K. Butler, D. Butman, R. Dysa, J. McClelland, B. Peterson, P.A. Raymond, J. Six, A. Zhulidov, R. Holmes: “Arctic Riverine Composition and Flux of Dissolved Organic Matter and Lignin Phenols” In review, Global Biogeochemical Cycles.
 
11. Stackpoole, Sarah, Butman, D. et al. Baseline Carbon Sequestration, Transport, and Emission from Inland Aquatic Ecosystems in the Western United States – Chapter 10 of Zhu, Zhiliang and Reed, B.C., eds.(2012)Baseline and Projected Future Carbon Storage and Greenhouse-Gas Fluxes in ecosystems of the Western United States U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1797, 192 p. (http://pubs.usgs.gov/pp/1797/).
 
10. Butman, D., P.A. Raymond, G. Aiken, K Butler. “Contribution of Aged Organic Matter to the Coast from Large Rivers across the US”, (2012) Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 26, GB4014.
9. Poulos, H, B Chernoff, P. Fuller, D. Butman, “Mapping the potential distribution of the invasive red shiner, Cyprinella lutrensis (Teleostei: Cyprindae) across waterways of the conterminous United States”, Aquatic Invasions, 7, (2012).
 
8. Stubbins A., E. Hood, P.A. Raymond, G. Aiken, R.L. Sleighter, P. Hernes, D. Butman, P. Hatcher, R. Striegl, P. Schuster, H. Abdulla, A. Vermilyea, D. Scott, R. Spencer. “Anthropogenic aerosols as a source of ancient dissolved organic matter in glaciers”, Nature Geoscience, 5, 198-201 (2012) doi:10.1038/ngeo1403
7. Raymond, P., C. Zappa, D. Butman,T. Bott, J. Potter, P. Mulholland, A. Laursen, W. McDowell, “Scaling Stream Morphology and the Gas Transfer Velocity in Streams and Small Rivers” (2012): Limnology and Oceanography: Fluids and the Environment, 2, 41-53.
 
6. Poulos, H. M. B. Chernoff, P. L. Fuller, and D. Butman, “Ensemble Forecasting of Potential Habitat for Four Invasive Fishes”, (2012): Aquatic Invasions 7(1), 59-72 doi: 10.3391/ai.2012.7.1.007.
5. Zhiliang Zhu (editor), M. Bouchard, D. Butman, T. Hawbaker, Z Li, J Liu, S. Liu, C. McDonald, R. Reker, K. Sayler, B. Sleeter, T. Sohl, S. Stackpoole, and Z. ZhuBaseline and Projected Future Carbon Storage and Greenhouse-Gas Fluxes in the Great Plains Regions of the United States”(2011): USGS Professional Paper 1787, 28 p.
 
4. Butman, D.,P. Raymond, “Significant efflux of carbon dioxide from streams and rivers in the US”, (2011): Nature Geoscience, 4(12), 839-842.
3. Houghton R.A., D. Butman, A. Bunn, O.N. Krankina, P. Schlesinger, T.A. Stone, (2007):Mapping Russian Forest Biomass with Data from Satellites and Forest Inventories”, Environmental Research Letters 2, 045032.
2. Butman D.P. A. Raymond, N.H. Oh, K. Mull (2007): “Quantity, 14C-age, and lability of desorbed soil organic carbon in freshwater and seawater”, Organic Geochemistry,38(9), 1547-1557.
1. Krankina O.  R.A. Houghton, M.E. Harmon,  E.H. Hogg, D. Butman, M. Yatskov, M. Huso, R.F. Treyfeld, V.N. Razuvaev, G. Spycher(2005):“Effects of Climate and Disturbance on Forest Biomass Across Russia”, Canadian Journal of Forest Research  (Special Issue), 35(9), 2281-2293.