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Aldridge, S.M. 1982. An analysis of northern hardwood permanent sample plots on state forest lands in New York. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 471 pp.

Allen, B.A. 1978. Nesting ecology of the goshawk in the Adirondacks. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York , College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 71 pp.

Anderson, S.B. 1988. Long-term changes (1930-32 to 1984) in the acid-base status of forest soils in the Adirondacks of New York. Ph.D. Dissertation, University Pennsylvania, 52 pp.

April, R. and D. Keller. 1990. Mineralogy of the rhizosphere in forest soils of the eastern United States. Biogeochemistry, 9:1-18.

April, R. H., D.M. Keller and C. Driscoll. 2004. Smectite in Spodosols from the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Clay Minerals, 39(1): 99-113.

Ashworth, M. 2003. Storm response in two Adirondack Wetlands. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 61 pp.

Augustine, D.J. and DeCalesta, D. 2003. Defining deer overabundance and threats to forest communities: From individual plants to landscape structure. ╔coscience, 10(4):472-486.

Aycrigg, J.A. 1993. Socio-spatial dynamics of white-tailed deer in the central Adirondack mountains, New York. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 138 pp.

Aycrigg, J.A. and W.F. Porter. 1997. Socio-spatial dynamics of white-tailed deer in the central Adirondack Mountains. Journal of Mammalogy, 78(2):468-482.

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Baedecker, P.A. and M.M. Reddy. 1993. The erosion of carbonate stone by acid rain. Journal of Chemical Education, 70(2):104-108.

Bailey, J.A. 1966. Crude protein in Adirondack deer browses. Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 152 pp.

Bailey, J.A. 1968. Effects of soil fertilization on the concentration of crude protein in witchhobble browse. New York Fish and Game Journal, 15(2):155-164.

Baldigo, B.P. 1982. Resource partitioning by sunfish (centrarchidae) populations in an Adirondack lake. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 94 pp

Barber, J. 2000. Differentiation of broad leaf versus needle leaf canopy using fast fourier transforms and one-meter digital aerial imagery. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse.

Barick, F.B. 1943. Edge effect of certain Adirondack forest types. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 175 pp.

Barick, F.B. 1950. The edge effect of the lesser vegetation of certain Adirondack forest types with particular reference to deer and grouse. Roosevelt Wildlife Bulletin, 9(1):146.

Bashant, A.L., R.D. Nyland, H.M. Engelman, K.K. Bohn,J.M. Verostek, P.J. Donoso, and R.L. Nissen, Jr. 2005. The role ofinterfering plants in regenerating hardwood stands in Northeastern North America: An annotated bibliography for American beech (Fagus grandifolia Ehrh.), striped maple (Acer pennsylvanicum L.). hobblebush (Viburnum alnifolium Marsh.), hayscented fern (Dennstaedtia punctilobula L.), New York fern (Thelypteris noveborecensis L.), bracken fern (Pteridium aquilinum L.),rasberries (Rubus spp.), and pin cherry(Prunus pennsylvanica L.f.). University of Maine, Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station, Miscellaneous publication 753, 72 pp.

Bayer, M. 1987. An analysis of a guild approach to avian habitat assessment. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 100 pp.

Bayer, M. and W.F. Porter. 1988. Evaluation of a guild approach to habitat assessment for forest-dwelling birds. Environmental Management, 12(6):797-801.

Beach, J.E. 1949. Inventory of the Rich Lake Marsh, Huntington Forest, Newcomb, NY. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 179 pp.

Behrend, D.F. 1965. Notes on the field immobilization of white-tailed deer with nicotine. Journal of Wildlife Management, 29(4):889-890.

Behrend, D.F. 1966. Behavior of white-tailed deer in an Adirondack forest. Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 206 pp.

Behrend, D.F. 1970. The nematode, Pneumostrongylus tenuis in white-tailed deer in the Adirondacks. New York Fish and Game Journal, 17(1):47-49.

Behrend, D.F., and R.A. Lubeck. 1968. Summer flight behavior of white-tailed deer in two Adirondack forests. Journal of Wildlife Management, 32(3):615-618.

Behrend, D.F. and R.D. McDowell. 1967. Antler shedding among white-tailed deer in Connecticut. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 31(3):588-590.

Behrend, D.F. and E.F. Patric. 1969. Influence of site disturbance and removal of shade on regeneration of deer browse. Journal of Wildlife Management, 33(2):394-398.

Behrend, D.F. and R.W. Sage, Jr. 1974. Unusual feeding behavior by black bears. Journal of Wildlife Management, 38(3):570.

Behrend, D.F., G.F. Mattfeld, and J.E. Wiley III. 1973. Incidence of liver flukes in a sample of white-tailed deer from the Adirondacks. New York Fish and Game Journal, 20(2):158-161.

Behrend, D.F., G.F. Mattfeld, W.C. Tierson, and J.E. Wiley III. 1970. Deer density control for comprehensive forest management. Journal of Forestry, 68(11):695-700.

Beier, C.M., S.A. Signell, A. Luttman and A.T. DeGaetano. 2011. High resolution climate change mapping with gridded historical climate products. Landscape Ecology DOI: 10.1007/s10980-011-9698-8.

Beier C.M., J.A. Stella, M. Dovciak, and S.A. McNulty. 2012. Local climatic drivers of changes in phenology at a boreal-temperate ecotone in eastern North America. Climatic Change 115: 399-417. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-012-0455-z.

Beier, C.M., A.M. Woods, K. Hotopp, M.J. Mitchell, J.P. Gibbs, M. Dovciak, D.J. Leopold, G.B. Lawrence and B. Page. 2012. Changes in faunal and vegetation communities along a soil calcium gradient in northern hardwood forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42: 1141-1152. DOI: 10.1139/x2012-071.

Belant, J.L. 1991. Efficacy of three types of live traps for capturing weasels, Mustela spp. Canadian Field-Naturalist, 106(3):394-397.

Belant, J.L. 1991. Immobilization of fishers, Martes pennanti, with ketamine hydrochloride and xylazine hydrochloride. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 27(2):328-330.

Belant, J.L. 1992. Homing in raccoons (Procyon lotor). Canadian Field-Naturalist, 106(3):382-384.

Belant, J.L. 1993. Field immobilization of American marten (Martes americana) and short-tailed weasels (Mustela erminea). Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 28(4):662-665.

Bernhardt, R.W. 1957. Growth of fish in the waters of the Huntington Wildlife Forest. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 93 pp.

Bernhardt, R.W. 1960. Effect of fyke-net position of fish catch. New York Fish and Game Journal, 7(1):83-84.

Bischoff, J. M. 1997. Nitrogen storage in wetland and terrestrial vegetation: Implications for large scale (watershed-level) N-cycling. M.S. Thesis, University of Louisville, Department of Biology, Louisville, KY. 46 pp.

Bischoff, J.M., P. Bukaveckas, M.J. Mitchell and T.Hurd. 2001. N storage and cycling in vegetation of a forested wetland: implications for watershed N processing. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 128:97-114.

Bishop, D.A. and C.M. Beier. 2013. Assessing uncertainty in high-resolution spatial climate data across the US Northeast. PLoS ONE 8(8): e70260. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0070260

Bitsko, M.S. 1969. Snapping turtle nesting in an Adirondack forest. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 113 pp.

Black, R.F. 1942. Preliminary geological report of the Huntington Forest. M.S. Thesis, Syracuse University, 179 pp.

Blodgett, J.T. 1990. Ecology of Armillaria species in New York Forests. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 69 pp.

Blodgett, J.T. and J.J. Worrall. 1992. Distribution and hosts of Armillaria species in New York. Plant Disease, 76(2):166-170.

Blodgett, J.T. and J.J. Worrall. 1992. Site relationships of Armillaria species in New York. Plant Disease, 76(2):170-174.

Boado, A.S. 1999. Regional scale analysis of select controls of dissolved inorganic nitrogen loss from five hardwood ecosystems in the eastern U.S. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 161 pp.

Bohn, K.K. 2001. Method for predicting American beech development in the understory of uneven-aged northern hardwood stands after cutting. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 143 pp.

Bohn, K.K. and R.D. Nyland. 2002. Forecasting development of understory American beech after partial cutting in uneven-aged northern hardwood stands. Forest Ecology and Management, 180:453-461.

Bouta, R.P. 1991. Population status, historical decline and habitat relationships of spruce grouse in the Adirondacks of New York. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 117 pp.

Boylen, C., M. Shick, D. Roberts and R. Singer. 1983. Micro-biological survey of Adirondack lakes with various pH values. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, May:1538-1544.

Brach, A.R. 1993. Effects of nitrogen addition and altered irradiance on dryopteris intermedia (MUHL. EX WILLD.) gray and dennstaedtia punctilobula (MICHX.) moore. Ph.D.Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 224 pp.

Brach, A.R., S.J. McNaughton and D.J. Raynal. 1993. Photosynthetic adaptability of two fern species of a northern hardwood forest. American Fern Journal, 83(2):47-53.

Bradley, P.M., D.A. Burns, K. Riva-Murray, M.E. Brigham, D.T. Button, L.C. Chasar, M. Marvin-DiPasquale, M. A. Lowerey and C.A. Journey. 2011. Spatial and seasonal variability of dissolved methylmercury in two stream basins in the Eastern United States. Enviromental Science and Technology 45:2048-2055.

Brant, S.V. and G. Orti. 2003. Phylogeography of the Northern short-tailed shrew, Blarina brevicauda (Insectivora: Soricidae): past fragmentation and postglacial recolonization. Molecular Ecology 12(6):1435-1449.

Brant, S.V. and G. Orti. 2003. Evidence for gene flow in parsitic nematodes between two host species of shrews. Molecular Ecology (10):2853-2859.

Briggs, R.D., J.H. Porter and E.H. White. 1989. Component biomass equations for Acer rubrum and Fagus grandifolia . State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Faculty of Forestry Technical Publication No. 4 (ESF 89-005).

Brocke, R.H. 1972. A live snare for trap-shy snowshoe hares. Journal of Wildlife Management, 36(3):988-991.

Brocke, R.H. 1979. The name of the nongame. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 7(4):279-282.

Brocke, R.H. 1990. The return of the lynx: A progress report. The Conservationist, 44(5):8-13.

Brocke, R.H. 1992. A taste for venison. Natural History, May:50-51.

Brocke, R.H., K.A. Gustafson and L.B. Fox. 1991. Restoration of large predators: Potentials and problems. Pp. 303-315, in Challenges in the conservation of biological resources: a practitioners guide (D.J. Decker, M.E. Krasney, G.R. Goff, C.R. Smith and D.W. Gross, eds.)Westview Press, Boulder, CO.

Brun, B.S. 1960. Investigation of four nutrient elements in Rich Lake. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 88 pp.

Brundige, G.C. 1993. Predation ecology of the eastern coyote Canis latrans var., in the central Adirondacks, New York. Ph.D. Dissertation. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 194 pp.

Brunner, J.L., K. E. Barnett, C.J. Gosier, S.A. McNulty, M.J. Rubbo and M.B. Kolozsvary. 2011. Ranavirus infection in die-offs of vernal pool amphibians in New York, USA. Herpetological Review 42:76-79.

Buckley, J.L. 1947. A comparative ecological study of three hydrophytic areas on the Huntington Forest. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 112 pp.

Buckley, J.L. 1950. The ecology and economics of the beaver Castor canadensis (Kuhl) with a plan for its management on the Huntington Wildlife Forest Station. Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 251 pp.

Bukaveckas, P.A. and M. Robbins-Forbes. 2000. The role of dissolved organic carbon in the attenuation of photosynthetically-active and ultra-violet radiation in Adirondack lakes. Freshwater Biology, 41.

Bukaveckas, P.A. and W. Shaw. 1998. Phytoplankton responses to nutrient and grazer manipulations among northeastern lakes of varying pH. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 55:958-966.

Burke, M.K. 1989. Fine root production and turnover in a northern hardwood forest and the influence of nitrogen availability. Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 204 pp.

Burke, M.K. and D.C. LeBlanc. 1988. Rapid method for measuring fine root length using photoelectronic image analysis. Ecology, 69(4):1286-1289.

Burke, M.K. and D.J. Raynal. 1994. Fine root growth phenology, production, and turnover in a northern hardwood forest ecosystem. Plant and Soil, 162:135-146.

Burke, M.K., and D.J. Rayanl. 1997. Liming influences groeth and nutrient balances in sugar maple (Acer saccharum) seedlings on an acidic forest soil. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 39:105-116.

Burke, M.K., D.J. Raynal and M.J.Mitchell. 1992. Soil nitrogen availability influences seasonal carbon allocation in sugar maple. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 22:447-456.

Bushey, J.T., C.T. Driscoll, M.J. Mitchell, P.Selvendiran, and M.R. Montesdeoca. 2008. Mercury transport in response to storm events from a northern forest landscape. Hydrological Processes, DOI 10.1002/hyp.7091.

Burns, D.A., M.R. McHale, C.T. Driscoll, and K. Roy. 2006. Response of surface water chemistry to reduced levels of acid precipitation: comparison of trends in two regions of New York, USA. Hydrological Processes. 20:1611-1627.

Burns, D.A., J.A. Lynch, B.J. Cosby, M.E. Fenn, and J.S. Baron. 2011. National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program Report to Congress 2011: An Integrated Assessment. National Science and Technology Council, Washington, DC, 114 pp.

 

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Cain, R.L. 1942. Adirondack lake shore vegetation: II. Winter killing of beech on Huntington Forest lake shores. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 91 pp.

Cale, J., S. McNulty, S. Teale and J. Castello. 2013. The impact of beech thickets on northern hardwood forest biodiversity. Biological Invasions 15(3): 699-706.

Calhoun, J.B. and W.L. Webb. Induced emigrations among small mammals. Science, 117(3040):358-360.

Cameron, R.J. and R. Lea. 1979. Dendrometer bands or diameter tapes? Journal of Forestry, 78(5):277-278.

Campbell, J., M.J. Mitchell and B. Mayer. 2006. Isotopic assessment of NO3- and SO42- mobility during winter in two adjacent watersheds in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. Jouranl of Geophysical Resources, 111, GO4007.

Campbell, J.L., M.J. Mitchell , P.M. Groffman, L.M. Christenson. 2005. Winter in northeastern North America: an often overlooked but critical period for ecological processes. Frontiers in Ecology, 3(6):314-322.

Campbell, J.L., J.W. Hornbeck, M.J. Mitchell, M.B. Adams, M.S. Castro, C.T. Driscoll, J.S. Kahl, J.N. Kochenderfer, G.E. Likens, J.A. Lynch, P.S. Murdoch, S.J. Nelson and J.B. Shanley. 2004. Input-output budgets of inorganic nitrogen for 24 forest watersheds in the Northeastern United States: A review. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 151:373-396.

Canham, C., III. 1984. Canopy recruitment in shade tolerant trees: The response of Acer saccharum and Fagus grandifolia to canopy openings. Ph.D.Dissertation, Cornell University, Ithaca, 174 pp.

Carter, J.P., P. Linstrom, D. Flinn and S. Cramer. 1987. The effect of sheltering and orientation on the atmospheric corrosion of structural metals. Structural Metals, July:25-32.

Casanova, F.E. 1940. The effects of deer browsing on forest regeneration in the central Adirondacks with special reference to balsam fir. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 109 pp.

Chen, L. 2004. Modeling the response of forest and aquatic ecosystems of northeastern U.S. to changes in atmospheric deposition. Ph.D. Dissertation. Syracuse University, Syracuse,NY.

Chen, L., and C.T. Driscoll. 2004. Modeling the response of soil and surface waters in the Adirondack and Catskill regions of New York to changes in atmospheric deposition and historical land disturbance. Atmospheric Environment, 38(25):4099-4109.

Chen, L., and C.T. Driscoll. 2004. An evaluation of processes regulating spatial and temporal patterns in lake sulfate in the Adirondack region of New York. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 18(3):GB3024.

Chen, L., and C.T. Driscoll. 2005. Regional assessment of the response of the acid-base status of lake-watersheds in the Adirondack region of New York to changes in atmospheric deposition using PnET-BGC. Environmental Science And Technology, 39(3):787-794.

Chen, L., C.T. Driscoll, S. Gbondo-Tugbawa, M.J. Mitchell and P.S. Murdoch. 2004. The application of an Integrated Biogeochemistry Model (PnET-BGC) to five forested watersheds in the Adirondack and Catskill Regions of New York. Hydrological Processes, 18:2631-2650.

Choi H.-D. and Holsen, T.M. 2009. Gaseous mercury fluxes from the forest floor of the Adirondacks. Environmental Pollution157:592-600

Christ, M.J., M.B. David, P.J. McHale, J.W. McLaughlin, M.J. Mitchell, L.E. Rustad, and I.J. Fernandez. 1997. Microclimatic control of microbial C, N, and P pools in Spodosol Oa-horizons. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 27:1914-1921.

Christopher, S. 2004. Landscape controls on stream water nitrate in the Archer Creek Catchment of the Adirondack Park, NY. Ph.D. Dissertation,State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 211 pp.

Christopher, S.F., B.D. Page, J.L. Campbell and M.J. Mitchell. 2006. Contrasting stream water NO3- and Ca2+ in two nearly adjacent catchments: the role of soil Ca and forest vegetation. Global Change Biology 12(2):364-381.

Christopher, S.F., M.J. Mitchell, M.R. McHale, E.W. Boyer, D.A. Burns, C. Kendall. 2008. Factors controlling nitrogen release from two forested catchments with contrasting hydrochemical responses. Hydrological Processes 22:46-62.

Cirmo, C.P., C.T. Driscoll, and K.M. Bowes. 2000. Chemical fluxes from wetland sediments in the Adirondacks: effects of an acid neutralization experiment. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64:790-799.

Connerney, J.E. 1979. Deep crustal electrical conductivity in the Adirondacks. Ph.D. Dissertation, Cornell University, Ithaca, 217 pp.

Cooperrider, A.Y. 1974. Computer simulation of the interaction of a deer population with northern forest vegetation. Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 220 pp.

Cooperrider, A.Y.and D.F. Behrend. 1980. Simulation of forest dynamics and deer browse production. Journal of Forestry, 78(2):85-88.

Cooperrider, A.Y.and D.F. Behrend. 1980. Simulation of the interaction of deer with northern forest vegetation. New York Fish and Game Journal, 27(2):142-155.

Corbett, E.S. 1960. Soil moisture storage as affected by varying intensities of cutting in a northern hardwood forest of the Adirondacks. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 80 pp.

Costello, C. 1992. Black bear habitat ecology in the central Adirondacks as related to food abundance and forest management. M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 165 pp.

Coufal, J.E. 1962. Some aspects of the development of residual northern hardwoods following a partial cutting. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 195 pp

Cox, G. L., J D. Erickson, W. F. Porter and A. M. Woods. 2007. North Country Residents Voice Vision for Sustainable Future. Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies. 14:32-40.

Cron, R. 1937. A management plan for the Archer and Anna Huntington Wildlife Forest Station at Newcomb, NY for the period 1937-1947. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 271 pp.

Cronan, C.S. and R.A. Goldstein. 1989. ALBIOS: A comparison of aluminum biogeochemistry in forested watersheds exposed to acidic deposition.Pp 113-135, in Acidic precipitaion, Vol. 1: Case studies. Advances in environmental science. (D.C. Adriano and M. Havas, eds.). Springer-Verlag.

Cronan, C.S. and C.L. Schofield. l990. Relationships between aqueous aluminum and acidic deposition in forested watersheds of North America and northern Europe. Environmental Science and Technology, 24(7):ll00-ll05.

Cronan, C.S., W.J. Walker and P.R. Bloom. 1986. Predicting aqueous aluminum concentrations in natural waters. Nature, 324:140-143

Cronan, C.S., et. al. 1989. Aluminum toxicity in forests exposed to acidic deposition-the ALBIOS results. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 48:181-192.

Cross, C.W. 1963. Wildlife use of small forest clearings in the Adirondacks. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 122 pp.

Cross, C.W. 1971. Fish movements in an Adirondack stream. Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 153 pp.

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Danks, Z. D. 2007. Spatial, temporal, and landscape characteristics of moose-vehicle collisions in Maine. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 84pp.

Dauphine, T.C. Jr. 1965. Biology and ecology of the muskrats in a central Adirondack area. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 141 pp.

David, M.B. 1983. Organic and inorganic sulfur cycling in forested and aquatic ecosystems in the Adirondack region of New York State. Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, 268 pp.

David, M.B. and C.T. Driscoll. 1984. Aluminum speciation and equilibria in soil solutions of a haplorthod in the Adirondack Mountains (New York). Geoderma, 33:297-318.

David, M.B. and M.J. Mitchell. 1987. Transformations of organic and inorganic sulfur: importance of sulfate flux in an Adirondack forest soil. Journal of Air Pollution Control, 37:39-44.

David, M.B., M.J. Mitchell and J.P. Nakas. 1982. Organic and inorganic sulfur constituents of a forest soil and their relationship to microbial activity. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 46:4

David, M.B., M.J. Mitchell and S.C. Schindler. 1984. Dynamics of organic and inorganic sulfur constituents in hardwood forest soils. Pp. 221-245 in Forest soils and treatment impacts (E.L. Stone, ed.). Knoxville, TN.

David, M.B., M.J. Mitchell and T.J. Scott. 1987. Importance of biological processes in the sulfur budget of a northern hardwood ecosystem. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 5:258-264.

David, M.B., S.C. Schindler and M.J. Mitchell. 1983. Importance of organic and inorganic sulfur to mineralization processes in a forest soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 15:671-677.

Dawers, N. 1984. The basement geology of the Catlin Lake Goodnow Pond area, Adirondack Mountains, NY and its relationship to the October 7, 1983 Goodnow earthquake. M.S. Thesis, University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign, 79 pp.

DeLeon S., R. Halitschke, R.S. Hames, A. Kessler, T.J. DeVoogd, and A.A. Dhondt. 2013. The effect of polychlorinated biphenyls on the song of two passerine species. PLoS ONE 8(9): e73471. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0073471

Demers, C.L. 1991. Effects of road deicing salt on aquatic invertebrates in four Adirondack streams. Pp. 245-251, in Chemical Deicers and the Environment ( F.M. D'Itri. ed.). Lewis Publishers, Inc., Chelsea, Michigan, 585 pp.

Demers, C.L. and R.W. Sage, Jr. 1988. Effects of road deicing salt on chloride levels in four Adirondack streams. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 49:369-373.

Dence, W.A. 1937. Preliminary reconnaissance of the waters of the Archer and Anna Huntington Wildlife Forest Station and their fish inhabitants. Roosevelt Wildlife Bulletin, 6(4):610-672.

Dence, W.A. 1940. The occurrence of free living Ligula in Catlin Lake, central Adirondacks. Copeia, 2.

Dence, W.A. 1943. A leech feeding on Ligula. Journal of Parasitology, 29(4).

Dence, W.A. 1946. Tree swallow mortality from exposure during unseasonable weather. The Auk, (63):440.

Dence, W.A. 1948. Life history, ecology, and habits of the dwarf sucker Catostomus commersennii utawana (Mather) at the Huntington Wildlife Station. Roosevelt Wildlife Bulletin 8(4):81-150.

Dence, W.A. 1958. Studies on ligula-infected common shiners Notropis cornutus frontalisagassiz in the Adirondacks. Journal of Parasitology, 44(3):334-338.

Dhamala, B.R. 1989.A study of sulfur transformations using 35S in soils from two northern hardwood forest ecosystems. M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 117 pp.

Dhamala, B.R. and M.J. Mitchell. 1996. Soil disturbance and elemental dynamics in a northern hardwood forest soil. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 88:343-353.

Dhamala, B.R., M.J. Mitchell and A.C. Stam. 1990. Sulfur dynamics of two northern hardwood soils: A column study with 35S. Biogeochemistry, 10:143-160.

Didier, K.A. and W.F. Porter. 2003. Relating spatial patterns of sugar maple reproductive success and relative deer density in northern New York State . Forest Ecology and Management 181:253-266.

Dixit, S. S., B.F.Cumming, H.J. B. Birks, J.P. Smol, J.C. Kingston, A.J. Uutala, D.F, Charles K.E. and Camburn. 1993. Diatom assemblages from Adirondack Lakes (New York, USA) and the development of inference models for retrospective environmental assessment. Journal of Paleolimnology 8: 27-47.

Douglass, K.A. 2003. The effects of supplemental feeding on white-tailed deer behavior in relation to energetics and reproductive biology. MS Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 80 pp.

Dowling, E. 2007. An assessment of the impact of residential development on mammal communities in the Adirondacks, New York. MS Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. ??pp

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