cRNA Related Reports and Publications
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Bailey, S.W. 1984. Watershed characteristics affecting stream and pond chemistry. MS thesis, University of New Hampshire, Durham
Bailey, S.W.; Hornbeck, J.W.; Martin, C.W.; Buso, D.C. 1987. Watershed factors affecting stream acidification in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, USA. Environ. Management, 11:53-60.
Bailey, S.W.; Hornbeck, J.W. 1992. Lithologic composition and rock weathering potential of forested, glacial-till soils. Res. Pap. NE-662. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 7p
Bailey, S.W. 1994a. Biogeochemistry of aluminum and calcium in a linked forest-aquatic ecosystem, Ph.D. thesis, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y.
Bailey, S.W. 1994b. Differentiating between weathering and cation loss in a base-poor watershed. Eos. 75:F279.
Bailey, S.W.; Driscoll, C.T.; Hornbeck, J.W. 1995. Acid-base chemistry and aluminum transport in an acidic watershed and pond in New Hampshire. Biogeochem. 28: 69-91.
Bailey, S.W.; Hornbeck, J.W.; Driscoll, C.T.; Gaudette, H.E. 1996. Calcium inputs and transport in a base-poor forest ecosystem as interpreted by Sr-isotopes. Water Resources Research. 32:707-719.
Baird, S.F. 1984. Snowmelt effects on the chemistry of Cone Pond. University of New Hampshire, Durham. M.S. thesis.
Baird, S.F.; Buso, D.C.; Hornbeck, J.W. 1985. Access pipes for multiple sampling under ice. Limnol. Oceanogr. 30:1129-1130.
Baird, S.F.; Buso, D.C.; Hornbeck, J.W. 1987. Acid pulses from snowmelt at acidic Cone Pond, New Hamshire. Water Air Soil Pollut. 34: 325-338.
Benjamin, S.S. 1996. Effects of N status on DOC dynamics in forest soils. University of New Hampshire, Durham. MS thesis.
Boylen, C.W.; Slinger, R.; Roberts, D.A. 1985. Biological and chemical field survey of small New Hampshire lakes sensitive to acid deposition. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. FWI Report. 85:1.
Bukaveckas, P.; Shaw, W. 1998. Phytoplankton responses to nutrient and grazer manipulations among northeastern lakes of varying pH. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 55: 958–966.
Bullen, T.D.; Bailey, S.W.; Shortle, W.C. 1998. Sr isotope variations in spruce growth rings as an indicator of forest biomass response to acid rain. Eos. 79: s89
Buso, D.C.; Martin, C.W.; Hornbeck, J.W. 1984. Potential for acidification of six remote ponds in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Water Resources Research Center, Durham New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, Research Report Number 43:1984.
Buso, D.C.; Bailey, S.W.; Baird, S.F.; Hornbeck, J.W. 1985. Watershed interactions affecting pond acidification. Research Report No. 62. Durham NH: New Hampshire Water Resources Research Center. 61, 985.
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Fincher, J.M. 1991. The relationship of soil-site factors to forest plant communities in the Green Mountain and White Mountain National Forests. University of New Hampshire, Durham. M.S. thesis.
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Hornbeck, J.W.; Bailey, S.W.; Buso, D.C.; Shanley, J.B. 1995. Regional representation of three experimental watersheds in New England. Eos. 76: F261
Hornbeck, J. W.; Lawrence, G.B. 1996. Eastern forest fires can have long-term impacts on nitrogen cycling. Proceedings of the 1996 Society of American Foresters Convention, Albuquerque. Pp. 436-436.
Hornbeck, J.W.; Bailey, S. W.; Buso, D.C.; Shanley, J.B. 1997. Stream chemistry and nutrient budgets for forested watersheds in New England: variability and management implications. For. Ecology Manag. 93:73-89.
Hornbeck, J.W.; Bailey, S.W. 1998. Factors controlling streamwater chemistry in upland forested catchments of northeastern United States, in Headwaters: Water Resources and Soil Conservation, edited by M.J. Haigh, J. Krecek, G.S. Rajwar, and M.P. Kilmartin, pp. 59-67, Oxford and IBH Publishing, New Dehli.
Hornbeck, J.W.; Bailey, S.W.; Buso, D.C.; Shanley, J.B. 1999. Streamwater chemistry: A useful tool for forest manager, in Wildland Hydrology, edited by D.S. Olsen, and J.P. Potyondy. American Water Resources Association, Herndon, VA. 361-367.
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Lawrence, G.B.; Wolock, D.M.; Bailey, S.W.; Hornbeck, J.W. 1996. Variable source areas as controls of flow-related changes in stream chemistry. Eos 77:F226.
Lawrence, G.B.; David, M.B.; Bailey, S.W.; Shortle, W.C. 1997. Assessment of soil calcium status in red spruce forests of the northeastern U.S. Biogeochemistry. 38:19-39
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