Hubbard Brook Bibliography

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Journal Article
Federer, C. A. 1975. Evapotranspiration. Rev. Geophys. Space Phys. 13(3): 442-445.
Federer, C. A, and J. W Hornbeck. 1985. The Buffer Capacity Of Forest Soils In New England. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 26: 163-173.
Conference Proceedings
Leonard, R. E, and C. A Federer. 1972. Soil Microclimate ed. Dindal D. Proc. First Soil Microcommunities Conf. CONF-711018 USAEC, Nat. Tech. Inform. Serv., U.S. Dept. Commerce.
Federer, C. A, and R. E Leonard. 1971. Snowmelt In Hardwood Forests. Eastern Snow Conference Proceedings: 95-109.
Federer, C. A, R. S Pierce, and J. W Hornbeck. 1972. Snow Management Seems Unlikely In The Northeast. Proc. Symp. Watersheds in Transition: 212-219.
Federer, C. A, J. W Hornbeck, and R. B Smith. 1990. Regional Dendrochronologies Of Red Spruce And Other Species In New England. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rept. NE-120. Proc. Symp. Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants on Spruce-Fir Forests of the Eastern U.S. and the Federal Republic of Germany.
Federer, C. A, and J. W Hornbeck. 1987. Red Spruce Diameter Growth And Weibull Functions For Even-Aged Stand Development eds. G. Jacoby and Hornbeck, J. W. Proceedings, International Symposium on Ecological Aspects of Tree-Ring Analysis. CONF-8608144: 18-25.
Federer, C. A. 1968. Radiation And Snowmelt On A Clearcut Watershed. Proc. 25th Eastern Snow Conference: 28-42.
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.
Federer, C. A. 1967. New Radiation Instruments. Internat. Symp. on Forest Hydrology Proc., Pergamon Press, Oxford, England: 801-805.
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).