Hubbard Brook Bibliography

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Lawrence, G. B, R. D Fuller, and Charles T Driscoll. 1986. Hydrologic Control Of Stream Chemistry In A First Order Watershed. IV Internat. Congress of Ecology, 71st Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, State University of New York, Syracuse University: 211.
Lawrence, G. B, R. D Fuller, and Charles T Driscoll. 1985. The Influence Of Whole-Tree Harvesting On Dissolved Aluminum Concentrations In A Headwater Stream. Abstracts of Papers for the 48th Annual Meeting, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography: 60.
Yanai, Ruth D, J. W Hughes, R. D Fuller, A. H Johnson, and T. G Siccama. 1986. Preliminary Estimates Of Phosphorus Removal And Redistribution Following Whole-Tree Harvest Of A Northern Hardwood Forest, New Hampshire. IV Internat. Congress of Ecology, 71st Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, State University of New York, Syracuse University: 360.
Lawrence, G. B, R. D Fuller, and Charles T Driscoll. 1985. Spatial Variation Of Aluminum Chemistry In Two Headwater Streams. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 66(2):214. Abstracts of Papers for the 48th Annual Meeting, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography: 60.
Driscoll, Charles T, and R. D Fuller. 1986. The Speciation Of Ions In Acidic Soil Solutions. Abstract for the Internat. Soil Sci. Meetings, August 1986.
Fuller, R. D, Charles T Driscoll, and G. B Lawrence. 1986. Sulfate Transport In A Northern Forested Ecosystem. IV Internat. Congress of Ecology, 71st Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, State University of New York, Syracuse University: 154.
Simone, D. M, R. D Fuller, G. B Lawrence, and Charles T Driscoll. 1986. Trace Element Transport In A Northern Forested Ecosystem: Spatial Variability And The Effects Of Commercial Whole-Tree Harvesting. IV Internat. Congress of Ecology, 71st Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, State University of New York, Syracuse University: 314.
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