Hubbard Brook Bibliography

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Conference Proceedings
Federer, C. A. 1982. Improving Forest Hydrology Research. Canadian Hydrology Symp. 82, National Research Council of Canada: 653-663.
Bowden, W. B, C. A Federer, S. Shepard, and S. Russell. 1989. Field Studies Of Hillslope Flow Paths And Stream Flow In A Northern Hardwood Forest. Abstract for Chapman Conference on Hydrogeochemical Responses of Forested Catchments. American Geophysical Union.
Federer, C. A, J. W Hornbeck, C. T Smith, and L. M Tritton. 1985. Extreme Spatial And Temporal Variation Of Nitrification In Forest Soils. Abstracts -- IUFRO Division S1.03 Symposium on Water and Nutrient Movement in Forest Soils: Spatial and Temporal Variation.
Hornbeck, J. W, R. B Smith, and C. A Federer. 1987. Extended Growth Decreases In New England Are Limited To Red Spruce And Balsam Fir eds. G. Jacoby and Hornbeck, J. W. Proceedings, International Symposium on Ecological Aspects of Tree-Ring Analysis. CONF-8608144: 38-44.
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.
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.
Federer, C. A. 1989. Depletion Of Nutrients By Timber Harvesting And Acid Precipitation In The Northeastern United States. Proc. Internat. Conf. Headwater Control, World Association of Soil Water Conservation.
Book Chapter
Hornbeck, J. W, R. B Smith, and C. A Federer. 1987. Growth Decline In Red Spruce And Balsam Fir Relative To Natural Processes. In Acidic Precipitation: Part II, Acidic Precipitation: Part II, ed. H. C Martin. Boston: D. Reidel Publishing Co, 425-430.