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P. A. Raymond, The composition and transport of organic carbon in rainfall: insights from the natural (13C and 14C) isotopes of carbon, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 32, 2005.
P. A. Raymond, Evaluating system-specific variability in riverine organic matter ages: implications for determining terrestrial contributions to oceanic DOC, in Symposium on New Approaches in Marine Organic Biogeochemistry, Friday Harbor Laboratory, Seattle, WA, 2003.
P. A. Raymond and Oh, N. H., Sources, fate and turnover of terrestrial organic carbon in rivers (Lecture), in Organic Geochemistry Gordon Conference, Plymouth, NH, 2006.
P. A. Raymond, Carbon Isotopes in Riverine Systems, in Lindeman Speaker, Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, University of Minnesota, 2005.
P. A. Raymond, Sources, fate and turnover of terrestrial organic carbon in rivers, in Goldschmidt Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 2006.
P. A. Raymond and Hopkinson, C. S., Ecosystem modulation of dissolved carbon age in a temperate marsh-dominated estuary, Ecosystems, vol. 6, no. 7, pp. 694-705, 2003.
P. A. Raymond and Bauer, J. E., Use of 14C and 13C natural abundances for evaluating riverine, estuarine, and coastal DOC and POC sources and cycling: Review and Synthesis, Org. Geochem, vol. 32, pp. 469-485, 2001.
P. A. Raymond, Organic Carbon in Rivers (Plenary Lecture), in Geochemical Earth Reference Model (GERM) Workshop, Lamont-Doherty, 2006.
P. A. Raymond, Bauer, J. E., Caraco, N. F., Cole, J. J., Longworth, B. E., and Petsch, S. T., Controls on the variability of organic matter and dissolved inorganic carbon ages in northeast U.S. rivers, Marine Chemistry, vol. 92, pp. 353-366, 2004.
P. A. Raymond, McGillis, W. R., Bauer, J. E., Caraco, N. F., and Cole, J. J., An investigation of accurate gas exchange measurements for determing a large river carbon isotope mass balance, in 37th Liege International Colloquium on Gas Transfer at Water Survaces, Liege, Belgium, 2005.