Hubbard Brook Bibliography

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Martin, C. W, L. M Tritton, and J. W Hornbeck. 1987. Revegetation After Whole-Tree Clearcutting Of Hardwoods In Connecticut. In Proceedings of Sixth Central Hardwood Forest Conference, Proceedings of Sixth Central Hardwood Forest Conference, eds. R. Hay, Woods, F., and DeSelm, H. Knoxville, Tennessee, 119-126.
Amthor, J. S, and J. W Hornbeck. 1999. Rising Co2 And Forest Water Use: Long-Term Data From Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire ed. D. B Adams. Proc. Specialty Conference on Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change to Water Resources of the United States. AWRA: 399-402.
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Hornbeck, J. W, Gene E Likens, and J. S Eaton. 1975. Seasonal Variation In Acidity Of Precipitation And The Implications For Forest-Stream Ecosystems. Abstracts for The First Internat. Symp. on Acid Precipitation and the Forest Ecosystem: 41.
Martin, C. W, and J. W Hornbeck. 1996. Sediment As A Nonpoint Source Pollutant Can Be Controlled During Harvesting Of Northern Hardwood Forests. Proc. Sixth Federal Interagency Sediment Conference, Sedimentation Technologies for Management of Natural Resources in the 21st Century, 10-14 March 1996: 78-85.
Martin, C. W, and J. W Hornbeck. 1994. Sediment Yields From Undisturbed And Intensively Harvested Northern Hardwood Forests. Proc. 22nd Annual Hardwood Symposium, Opportunities for the Hardwood Industry to Address Environmental Challenges. 12-15 May 1994, High Hampton Inn: 69-79.
Hornbeck, J. W, M. T Koterba, and R. S Pierce. 1979. Sludge Application To A Northern Hardwood Forest In New Hampshire: Potential For Dual Benefits?. Proc. of the Symposium on Municipal Wastewater and Sludge Recycling on Forest Land and Disturbed Land. Pennsylvania State University: 109-114.
Hornbeck, J. W, M. T Koterba, and R. S Pierce. 1977. Sludge Application To A Northern Hardwood Forest In New Hampshire: Potential For Dual Benefits?. Abstracts for Symposium on Municipal Wastewater and Sludge Recycling on Forest Land and Disturbed Land. March 1977: 24.
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.
Smith, C. T, and J. W Hornbeck. 1985. Soil Physical Factors Dominate Soil Chemical Responses Following Whole-Tree Harvesting. Abstracts -- IUFRO Division S1.03 Symposium on Water and Nutrient Movement in Forest Soils: Spatial and Temporal Variation: 30-31.
Gove, J. H, C. W Martin, G. P Patil, D. S Solomon, and J. W Hornbeck. 1991. Species Diversity On Even-Aged Harvests At The Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest: 10-Yr Results. Proc. Emerging Issues in Northern Hardwood Management: Air Pollution, Climate Change & Biodiversity. Misc. Publication 91-1, Michigan Tech. Univ., School of Forestry and Wood Products: 29.
Hornbeck, J. W, Scott W Bailey, D. C Buso, and J. B Shanley. 1999. Streamwater Chemistry: A Useful Tool For Forest Managers. Wildland Hydrology, Amer. Water Resources Assoc., June/July.
Hornbeck, J. W, Gene E Likens, R. S Pierce, and F. H Bormann. 1975. Strip Cutting As A Means Of Protecting Site And Streamflow Quality When Clearcutting Northern Hardwoods eds. B. Bernier and Winget, C. H. Proc. 4th North American Forest Soils Conference on Forest Soils and Forest Land Management. August 1973: 208-229.