Hubbard Brook Bibliography

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Likens, Gene E, and M. B Davis. 1974. Post-Glacial History Of Mirror Lake And Its Watershed In New Hampshire, U.s.a. Abstracts for the XIX Congress Internat. Assoc. Theor. Appl. Limnol.: 123.
Likens, Gene E, and M. B Davis. 1975. Post-Glacial History Of Mirror Lake And Its Watershed In New Hampshire, U. S.A.: an initial report. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 19(2): 982-993.
Johnson, Chris E, R. J Petras, R. H April, and T. G Siccama. 2004. Post-Glacial Lead Dynamics In A Forest Soil. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution:Focus 4(2-3): 579-590.
Rodenhouse, Nicholas L. 1989. Potential Effects Of Climatic Change On Neotropical Migrant Landbirds. Abstract, Symposium on the Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Migrant Landbirds: 16.
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.
Likens, Gene E. 1974. Precipitation As A Source Of Nutrients For Natural Ecosystems. EOS Trans., Amer. Geophys. Union 55(4): 248.
Likens, Gene E, J. S Eaton, and J. N Galloway. 1977. Precipitation As A Source Of Nutrients For Terrestrial And Aquatic Ecosystems eds. G. Semonin and Beadle, R. W. CONF-741003. ERDA Symp. Ser. 41, Precipitation Scavenging (1974): 552-570.
Likens, Gene E. 1978. Precipitation (Meteorology). In McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Technology, McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Technology, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 303-305.
Likens, Gene E. 1977. Precipitation Sampling Techniques ed. J. Prospero. Background Papers for A Workshop on the Tropospheric Transport of Pollutants to the Ocean. December 1975: 334-339.
Packard, A. T. 1989. Predatory Role Of Polyphemus Pediculus In Littoral Zooplankton Communities Of Mirror Lake, New Hampshire. Abstracts of Papers Submitted for the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, University of Alaska: 45.