Hubbard Brook Bibliography

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Munn, R. E, Gene E Likens, B. Weisman, J. W Hornbeck, C. W Martin, and F. H Bormann. 1983. A Meteorological Analysis Of The Precipitation Chemistry Event Samples At Hubbard Brook (New Hampshire). Abstract for The First Internat. Conf. of the Commission on Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution (CACGP). Symposium on Tropospheric Chemistry.
Judd, K. E, Gene E Likens, and Peter M Groffman. 2006. Nitrate Retention In Watershed-Ecosystems During Winter Months At The Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest. Abstract for American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Meeting, February 2007.
Judd, K. E, Gene E Likens, and Peter M Groffman. 2007. Nitrate Retention In Watershed-Ecosystems During Winter Months At The Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest. Abstract for American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Meeting, February 2007.
Likens, Gene E, N. M Johnson, F. H Bormann, and R. S Pierce. 1972. Nutrient Budgets For An Oligotrophic Lake In New Hampshire. Abstracts of Papers Submitted for the 35th Annual Meeting, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, 35th Annual Meeting, Florida State University.
Likens, Gene E. 1975. Nutrient Flux And Cycling In Freshwater Ecosystems eds. F. G Howell, Gentry, J. B, and Smith, M. H. Mineral Cycling in Southeastern Ecosystems. ERDA Symp. Series CONF-740513. May 1974: 314-348.
Likens, Gene E, F. H Bormann, R. S Pierce, and D. W Fisher. 1971. Nutrient-Hydrologic Cycle Interaction In Small Forested Watershed-Ecosystems ed. P. Duvigneaud. Proc. Brussels Symp. on Productivity of Forest Ecosystems (1969): 553-563.
Caraco, N. F, J. J Cole, and Gene E Likens. 1992. Nutrient Limitation In Fresh And Salt Waters: Potential Control By Sulfur Cycling In Sediments. Abstract for American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Aquatic Sciences Meeting, February 1992.
Jordan, M. J, and Gene E Likens. 1977. Pelagic Bacterial Production Measured By Uptake Of 35 So4 And 14 Co2. Abstracts of Papers Submitted for the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. 40th Annual Meeting.
Meyer, J. L, and Gene E Likens. 1977. Phosphorus, Nitrogen And Organic Carbon Flux In Headwater Stream Ecosystems. Abstracts of Papers Submitted for the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. 40th Annual Meeting.
Caraco, N. F, J. J Cole, and Gene E Likens. 1989. Phosphorus Release From Sediments And Anoxia: Which Lakes Violate The Rules?. Abstract, XXIV Congress of the International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology, Societas Internationalis Limnologiae: 22.
Hall, R. J, Charles T Driscoll, and Gene E Likens. 1983. Physical, Chemical And Biological Consequences Of Episodic Aluminum Additions To A Stream Ecosystem. Abstracts of Papers Submitted for the 46th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Memorial University.
deNoyelles, F., and Gene E Likens. 1972. Phytoplankton Species Distribution And Biomass In A Small Oligotrophic Lake. Abstracts of Papers Submitted for the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. 35th Annual Meeting, Florida State University.
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, 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. 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.
Hornbeck, J. W, C. W Martin, R. M Bloxam, R. E Munn, Gene E Likens, and B. Weisman. 1983. Relationships Of Storm Type And Trajectory To Precipitation Chemistry. Abstract for Symposium on Perspectives on Acid Precipitation: Thermal Energy's Vexing Side Effect. University of Vermont.