Hubbard Brook Bibliography

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Pierce, R. S, J. W Hornbeck, Gene E Likens, and F. H Bormann. 1970. Effect Of Elimination Of Vegetation On Stream Water Quantity And Quality. Internat. Assoc. Sci. Hydrol., Internat. Symp. on Results of Research on Representative and Experimental Basins: 311-328.
Hornbeck, J. W, and Gene E Likens. 1974. The Ecosystem Concept For Determining The Importance Of Chemical Composition Of Snow. 31st Annual Eastern Snow Conference Proc., pp. 145-155. Also, Advanced Concepts and Techniques in the Study of Snow and Ice Resources. ISBN 0-309-02235-5. National Academy of Sciences: 139-151.
Hornbeck, J. W, and C. A Federer. 1974. Forests And Floods. New Hampshire Forest Notes 117: 18-21.
Hornbeck, J. W, C. A Federer, and R. S Pierce. 1974. Managing New Hampshire Forests Or Water. J. New Hampshire Water Works Assoc. 35(4): 18-Jul.
Hornbeck, J. W, and C. A Federer. 1975. Effects Of Management Practices On Water Quality And Quantity: Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire. Municipal Watershed Management Symp. Proc., USDA Forest Service General Tech. Report NE-13: 58-65.
Hornbeck, J. W, Gene E Likens, and J. S Eaton. 1975. Seasonal Variation In Acidity Of Precipitation And The Implications For Forest-Stream Ecosystems. Abstracts for The First Internat. Symp. on Acid Precipitation and the Forest Ecosystem: 41.
Hornbeck, J. W, Gene E Likens, R. S Pierce, and F. H Bormann. 1975. Strip Cutting As A Means Of Protecting Site And Streamflow Quality When Clearcutting Northern Hardwoods eds. B. Bernier and Winget, C. H. Proc. 4th North American Forest Soils Conference on Forest Soils and Forest Land Management. August 1973: 208-229.
Hornbeck, J. W. 1977. Nutrients: A Major Consideration In Intensive Forest Management. Proc. of the Symp. on Intensive Culture of Northern Forest Types. USDA Forest Service General Tech. Report NE-29: 241-250.
Hornbeck, J. W, M. T Koterba, and R. S Pierce. 1977. Sludge Application To A Northern Hardwood Forest In New Hampshire: Potential For Dual Benefits?. Abstracts for Symposium on Municipal Wastewater and Sludge Recycling on Forest Land and Disturbed Land. March 1977: 24.