Hubbard Brook Bibliography

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Hornbeck, J. W, and R. S Pierce. 1989. Cumulative Effects: A Problem In New England Forests?. Agronomy Abstracts, Annual Meeting, Soil Science Society of America: 305.
Hornbeck, J. W. 1990. Cumulative Effects Of Intensive Harvest, Atmospheric Deposition, And Other Land Use Activities. New Zealand Forestry Research Institute Bulletin No. 159. Proc. Workshop on Impact of Intensive Harvesting on Forest Site Productivity. International Energy Agency Project A3.
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.
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 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, C. A Federer, and R. S Pierce. 1987. Effects Of Whole-Tree Clearcutting On Streamflow Can Be Adequately Estimated By Simulation. International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publ. No. 167. Proceedings of Symposium on Forest Hydrology and Watershed Management: 567-573.
Martin, C. W, and J. W Hornbeck. 1993. Erosion, Sediment, And Turbidity In New England Forests. Proc. of the Technical Workshop on Sediments: 75-80.