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Hornbeck, J. W, and J. N Kochenderfer. 2000. Forestry Effects On Water Quality eds. R. G Wagner and Hagan, J. M. Conference Proceedings, Forestry and the Riparian Zone. Cooperative Forestry Research Unit, Univ. Maine, Orono and Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences: 15-18.
Hornbeck, J. W. 1987. Growth Patterns Of Red Oak And Red And Sugar Maple Relative To Atmospheric Deposition eds. R. Hay, Woods, F., and DeSelm, H. Proceedings of Sixth Central Hardwood Forest Conference: 277-282.
Twery, M. J, E. Kim, and R. Vaisnys. 1987. High-Precision, Low-Cost Dendrochronograph eds. G. Jacoby and Hornbeck, J. W. Proc. Internat. Symposium on Ecological Aspects of Tree-Ring Analysis. U.S. Dept. of Energy Publ. CONF-8608144.
Bailey, Scott W, J. W Hornbeck, and D. C Buso. 1989. Hydrologic And Geochemical Controls Of Acidification In The Cone Pond Watershed, New Hampshire. Abstract for Chapman Conference on Hydrogeochemical Responses of Forested Catchments. American Geophysical Union.
Smith, C. T, J. W Hornbeck, C. W Martin, and D. E Turcotte. 1988. Impact Of Intensive Harvesting On The Spruce-Fir Ecosystem: Relationship To Soil Drainage Class eds. T. W Williams and Gresham, C. A. Proc. of Workshop, Predicting Consequences of Intensive Forest Harvesting on Long-Term Productivity by Site Classification. IEA/BE Project A3, Report No. 6.
Henderson, G. S, W. T Swank, and J. W Hornbeck. 1980. Impact Of Sulfur Deposition On The Quality Of Water From Forested Watersheds eds. D. S Shriner, Richmond, C. R, and Lindberg, S. E. Atmospheric Sulfur Deposition -- Environmental Impact and Health Effects. Proc. of the Second Life Sciences Symp., Potential Environmental and Health Consequences: 431-442.
Hornbeck, J. W. 1978. The Impacts Of Silviculture On Water Quality. Proc. 25th National Watershed Congress: International Perspectives on Watershed Conservation: 139-143.
Stone, E. L, W. T Swank, and J. W Hornbeck. 1980. Impacts Of Timber Harvest And Regeneration Systems On Stream Flow And Soils In The Eastern Deciduous Region ed. C. P Youngberg. Proc. Fifth North American Forest Soils Conf., Forest Soils and Land Use. Colorado State Univ.: 516-535.
Hornbeck, J. W, and S. J Ursic. 1979. Intensive Harvest And Forest Streams: Are They Compatible?. Proc. Impact of Intensive Harvesting on Forest Nutrient Cycling. SUNY, College of Environmental Science and Forestry: 249-262.
Federer, C. A, J. W Hornbeck, L. M Tritton, C. W Martin, and C. T Smith. 1988. Long-Term Effects Of Acid Deposition And Whole-Tree Harvesting On Nutrients In Eastern U.s. Forests. Acidic Deposition and Forest Decline-An International Symposium, Faculty of Forestry Misc. Publ. No. 20 (ESF88-005).
Hornbeck, J. W. 1993. Managing New England Forests For Water: Current Issues And Concerns. Proceedings of a joint meeting of the New England Society of American Foresters and Maine Chapter of the Wildlife Society. Maine Agric. & Forestry Exp. Station, Misc. Report 382; SAF Publ. 93-05. ISSN 1070-1516.
Munn, R. E, Gene E Likens, B. Weisman, J. W Hornbeck, C. W Martin, and F. H Bormann. 1983. A Meteorological Analysis Of The Precipitation Chemistry Event Samples At Hubbard Brook (New Hampshire). Abstract for The First Internat. Conf. of the Commission on Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution (CACGP). Symposium on Tropospheric Chemistry.
Hornbeck, J. W. 1986. Modelling The Accumulation And Effects Of Chemicals In Snow ed. E. M Morris. Modelling Snowmelt-Induced Processes (Proceedings of the Budapest Symposium). Internat. Assoc. Hydrol. Sci. Publ. no. 155.
Hornbeck, J. W. 1986. Nutrient Cycles And Forest Productivity eds. C. T Smith, Martin, C. W, and Tritton, L. M. Proc. Symposium Productivity of Northern Forests Following Biomass Harvesting. Univ. of New Hampshire, Durham, U.S. Forest Service Publ. No. NE-GTR-115: 23-27.
Hornbeck, J. W. 1988. Nutrient Cycling: A Key Consideration When Whole-Tree Harvesting. Proc. Maine's Hardwood Resource Quantity vs. Quality Cooperative Forest Research Unit. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, Misc. Rep. 327. University of Maine.
Hornbeck, J. W. 1991. Nutrient Depletion: A Problem For Forests In New England And Eastern Canada? eds. M. K Mahendrappa, Simpson, C. M, and vanRaalte, G. D. Proc. Conference on Impacts of Intensive Harvesting, Forestry Canada: 56-67.
Hornbeck, J. W, and W. K Kropelin. 1979. Nutrient Removal And Leaching Losses From A Whole-Tree Harvest Of Northern Hardwoods. Proc. Impact of Intensive Harvesting on Forest Nutrient Cycling. SUNY, College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry: 397.
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.
Tritton, L. M, C. W Martin, J. W Hornbeck, R. S Pierce, and C. A Federer. 1982. Organic Matter And Nitrogen Content Of A Central Hardwood Forest In Connecticut ed. R. N Muller. Proc. Fourth Central Hardwood Forest Conf., Department of Forestry, University of Kentucky: 271-284.
Hornbeck, J. W, and R. S Pierce. 1973. Potential Impact Of Forest Fertilization On Streamflow. Forest Fertilization Symp. Proc. and USDA Forest Service General Tech. Report NE-3: 79-87.