Hubbard Brook Bibliography

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Hornbeck, J. W, R. S Pierce, C. W Martin, L. M Tritton, and C. T Smith. 1984. Whole-Tree Harvesting In New England: Impacts On Nutrient Cycles. Agronomy Abstracts, Annual Meeting, American Society of Agronomy: 260.
Hornbeck, J. W, and C. W Martin. 1984. Whole-Tree Harvesting And Water Quality. Forest Management and Water Quality. Pennsylvania State Forestry Issues Conference, Penn. St. Univ., School of Forest Resources: 80-91.
Bailey, Scott W, D. C Buso, J. W Hornbeck, and C. W Martin. 1985. Watershed Factors Affecting Stream And Pond Chemistry. Abstracts of Papers for the 48th Annual Meeting, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography: 4.
Martin, C. W. 1996. Water Quality -- An Overview. Proc. 1995 National Convention of the Society of American Foresters, October/November 1995: 121-126.
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Sendak, P. E, C. W Martin, and L. M Tritton. 1991. Using Geographic Information Systems To Manage Northern Hardwood Stands. Proc. Emerging Issues in Northern Hardwood Management: Air Pollution, Climate Change & Biodiversity. Ford Forestry Center Misc. Publication 91-1. Michigan Tech. Univ., School of Forestry and Wood Products: 43-47.
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Gove, J. H, C. W Martin, G. P Patil, D. S Solomon, and J. W Hornbeck. 1991. Species Diversity On Even-Aged Harvests At The Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest: 10-Yr Results. Proc. Emerging Issues in Northern Hardwood Management: Air Pollution, Climate Change & Biodiversity. Misc. Publication 91-1, Michigan Tech. Univ., School of Forestry and Wood Products: 29.
Martin, C. W. 1987. Silvicultural Prescriptions Affect The Nutrient Status Of Northern Hardwood Forests. Proceedings, Symp. on the Northern Hardwood Resource: Management and Potential. Michigan Technological University: 250-259.
Martin, C. W, and J. W Hornbeck. 1994. Sediment Yields From Undisturbed And Intensively Harvested Northern Hardwood Forests. Proc. 22nd Annual Hardwood Symposium, Opportunities for the Hardwood Industry to Address Environmental Challenges. 12-15 May 1994, High Hampton Inn: 69-79.
Martin, C. W, and J. W Hornbeck. 1996. Sediment As A Nonpoint Source Pollutant Can Be Controlled During Harvesting Of Northern Hardwood Forests. Proc. Sixth Federal Interagency Sediment Conference, Sedimentation Technologies for Management of Natural Resources in the 21st Century, 10-14 March 1996: 78-85.