Hubbard Brook Bibliography

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Amthor, J. S, and J. W Hornbeck. 1999. Rising Co2 And Forest Water Use: Long-Term Data From Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire ed. D. B Adams. Proc. Specialty Conference on Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change to Water Resources of the United States. AWRA: 399-402.
Amthor, J. S. 1999. Increasing Atmospheric Co2 Concentration, Water Use, And Water Stress: Scaling Up From The Plant To The Landscape. In Carbon Dioxide and Environmental Stress, Carbon Dioxide and Environmental Stress, eds. J. Seemann, Luo, Y., and Mooney, H. A. San Diego, California: Academic Press, 33-59.
Asbury, C. E, F. A Vertucci, M. D Mattson, Gene E Likens, and M. D Best. 1986. Comparison Of Historic And Modern Data On Alkalinity And Ph To Detect Acidification In Adirondack Lakes. IV Internat. Congress of Ecology, 71st Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, State University of New York, Syracuse University: 80.
Asbury, C. E. 1985. The Effect Of Seepage On Dissolved Nutrient Concentrations In The Littoral Sediments Of An Oligotrophic Lake. Abstracts of Papers for the 48th Annual Meeting, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography: 3.