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2013

Kang, P.G. and M.J. Mitchell. 2013. Bioavailability and size-fraction of dissolved organic carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur at the Arbutus Lake watershed, Adirondack Mountains, NY. Biogeochemistry 115:213-234.

Kurian, L.M., L.K. Lautz and M.J. Mitchell. 2013. Winter hydrology and concentrations in a forested watershed: a detailed field study in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 49:264-283.

McEathron, K.M., M.J. Mitchell and L. Zhang. 2013. Acid-base characteristics of the Grass Pond watershed in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State, USA: interactions between soil, vegetation and surface waters. Hydrology and Earth System Science 17:2557-2568, doi:10.5194/hess-17-2557-2013.

Mitchell. M.J., C.T. Driscoll, P.J. McHale, K.M. Roy and Zeng Dong. 2013. Lake-Watershed Sulfur Budgets and their Response to Decreases in Atmospheric Sulfur Deposition: Watershed and Climate Controls. Hydrological Processes 27:710-720. doi:10.1002.

Sullivan, T.J., G.B. lawrence, S.W. Bailey, T.C. McDonnell, C.M. Beier, K.C. Weathers, G.T. McPherson and D.A. Bishop. 2013. Effects of Acidic Deposition and Soil Acidfication on Sugar Maple Trees in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. Envionmental Science & Technology, doi:10.1021/es401864w

2012

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

Beier, C.M. A.M. Woods, K.P. Hotopp, J.P. Gibbs, M.J. Mitchell, D. Doveiak, D.J. Leopold, G.B. Lawrence and B.D. Page. 2012. Variability in gastropod and amphibian communities along a soil calcium gradient in Adirondack northern hardwood forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42:1141-1152.

Frelich, L.E., R.O. Peterson, M. Dovciak, P.B. Reich, J.A. Vucetich and N. Eisenhauer. 2012. Trophic cascades, invasive species, and body-size hierarchies interactively modulate climate change responses of ecotonal temperate-boreal forest. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 367:2955-2961.

Kang, P.G., B. Mayer and M.J. Mitchell. 2012. Comparison of sample preparation methods for stable isotope analysis of dissolved sulfate in forested watersheds. Isotopes in Environmental & Health Studies 48:410-420.

Kerr, J.G., M.C. Eimers, I.F. Creed, M.B. Adams, F. Beall, D. Burns, J.L. Campbell, S.F. Christopher, T.A. Clair, F. Courchesne, L. Duchesne, I. Fernandez, D. houle, D.S. Jeffries, G.E. Likens, M.J. Mitchell, J. Shanley and H. Yao. 2012. The effect of seasonal drying on sulphate dynamics in streams across coutheastern Canada and the northeastern USA. Biogeochemistry 111:393-409. doi:10.1007/s10522-011-9664-1.

Mitchell, M.J. 2012. Research resource review: Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Snythesis of Past Research and Future Directions. Progress in Physical Geography 36:451-453. doi:10.1177/03091333124402/hyp.9670.

2011

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

Mitchell, M.J. 2011. Nitrate Dynamics of Forested Watersheds: Spatial and Temporal Patterns in North America, Europe and Japan. Journal of Forest Research 16:333-340.

Mitchell, M.J., G. Lovett, S. Bailey, F. Beall, D. Burns, D. Buso. T. A. Clair, F. Courchesne, L. Duchesne, C. Eimers, D.Jeffries, S. Kahl,, G. Likens, M.D. Moran, C. Rogers, D. Schwede, J. Shanley, K. Weathers and R. Vet. 2011. Comparisons of Watershed Sulfur Budgets in Southeast Canada and Northeast US: New Approaches and Implications. Biogeochemistry 103:181-207.

McNeil, B.E., J.M. Read, and C.T. Driscoll. Foliar nitrogen responses to the environmental gradient matrix of the Adirondack Park, New York. Ann. Assoc. Am. Georg. (in press)

2010

Dittman, J.A., J.B. Shanley, C.T. Driscoll, G.R. Aiken, A.T. Chalmers, J.E. Towse, and P. Selvendiran. 2010. Mercury dynamics in relation to dissolved organic carbon concentration and quality during high flow events in three northeastern U.S. streams. Water Resources Research 46, W07522, doi: 10.1029/2009WR008351.

2009

Burns, D.A., E.W. Boyer, E.M. Elliott, C. Kendall. 2009. Sources and transformations of nitrate from streams draining varying land uses: Evidence from dual isotope analysis. Journal of Environmental Quality 38:1149-1159.

Bushey, J.T., C.T. Driscoll, P. Selvendiran, E.F. Mason, C.B. Fuss, B.D. Page, M.J. Mitchell, and M.R. Montesdeoca. (in review). The transport and fate of mercury in a northern deciduous upland forest soil. Biogeochemistry

Campbell, J.L., L.E. Rustad, E.W. Boyer, S.F. Christopher, C.T. Driscoll, I.J. Fernandez, P.M. Groffman, D. Houle, J. Kiekbusch, A.H. Magill, M.J. Mitchell, and S.V. Ollinger. 2009. Consequences of climate change for biogeochemical cycling in forests of northeastern North America. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39:264-284.

Dittman, J.A., J.B. Shanley, C.T. Driscoll, G.R. Aiken, A.T. Chalmers, and J.E. Towse. 2009. Ultraviolet absorbance as a proxy for total dissolved mercury in streams. Environmental Pollution 157:1953-1956 doi:1910.1016/j.envpol.2009.1901.1031.

Driscoll, C.T. K.M. Driscoll, M.J. Mitchell, D.J. Raynal, K. Roy. Impacts of Long-range Emissions of Air Pollution on Adirondack Ecosystems. 2008. In: W.P. Porter, R.S. Whaley and J.D. Erickson (eds.). Light from an Adirondack Prism: The Greater Experiment in Conservation Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY.

Elliott, E.M., C. Kendall, E.W. Boyer, D.A. Burns, G. Lear, H.E. Golden, K. Harlin, A. Bytnerowicz, T.J. Butler, R. Glatz. 2009. Dual nitrate isotopes in actively and passively collected dry deposition: utility for portioning NOx sources, understanding reaction pathways, and comparisons with isotopes in wet deposition. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences (in press)

Piatek, K.B., S.F. Christopher, and M.J. Mitchell. 2009. Spatial and temporal dynamics of stream chemistry in a forested watershed. Hydrological Earth Syst. Science 13:423-439.

Selvendiran, P., C.T. Driscoll, and M.R. Montesdeoca. 2009. Mercury dynamics and transport in two Adirondack lakes. Limnology and Oceanography 54:413-427.

2008

Bushey, J.T., C.T. Driscoll, M.J. Mitchell, P. Selvendiran, and M.R. Montesdeoca. 2008a. Mercury transport in response to storm events from a northern forest landscape. Hydrological Processes DOI:10.1002/hyp.7091:14 pp.

Bushey, J.T., A.G. Nallana, M.R. Montesdeoca, and C.T. Driscoll. 2008b. Mercury dynamics of a northern hardwood canopy. Atmospheric Environment 42:6905-6914.

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.

Driscoll, C.T. 2008. Ecological effects of acidic deposition, p. 1012-1019, In S. E. Jorgensen and B. D. Fath, eds. Encyclopedia of Ecology, 1st Edition. Elsevier B.V., Oxford.

McNeil, B.E., J.M. Read, T.J. Sullivan, T.C. McDonnell, I.J. Fernandez, and C.T. Driscoll. 2008. The spatial pattern of nitrogen cycling in the Adirondack Park, New York. Ecological Applications 18:438-452.

Mitchell, M.J., S.W. Bailey, J.B. Shanley and B. Mayer. 2008. Evaluating storm events for three watersheds in the northeastern United States: a combined hydrological, chemical and isotopic approach. Hydrological Processes 22:4023-4034.

Page, B.D., T.D. Bullen and M.J. Mitchell. 2008. Influences of calcium availability and tree species on the cycling of Ca isotopes in soil, vegetation, and stream water. Biogeochemistry 88:1-13.

Page, B.D. and M.J. Mitchell. 2008. Influences of a calcium gradient on soil inorganic nitrogen in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. Ecological Applications 18:1604-1614.

Page, B.D. and M.J. Mitchell. 2008. The influence of American basswood (Tilia Americana) and soil calcium concentrations on nitrification rates in a northern-hardwood forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38:667-676.

Selvendiran, P., C.T. Driscoll, J.T. Bushey, and M.R. Montesdeoca. 2008a. Wetland influence on mercury fate and transport in a temperate forested watershed. Environmental Pollution doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2007.12.005: 154:46-55.

Selvendiran, P., C.T. Driscoll, M.R. Montesdeoca, and J.T. Bushey. 2008b. Inputs, storage and transport of total and methyl mercury in two temperate forest wetlands. Journal of Geophysical Research 113:G00C01, doi:10.1029/2008JG000739.

Zhai, J., C.T. Driscoll, T.J. Sullivan, and B.J. Cosby. 2008. Regional application of the PnET-BGC model to assess historical acidification of Adirondack lakes. Water Resources Research 44, W014

2007

Campbell, J.L., M.J. Mitchell, B. Mayer, P.M. Groffman and L.M. Christenson. 2007. Mobility of nitrogen-15-labeled nitrate and sulfur-34-labeled sulfate during snowmelt. Soil Science Society of America Journal 71:1934-1944.

Driscoll, C.T., K.M. Driscoll, K.M. Roy, and J. Dukett. 2007a. Changes in the chemistry of lakes in the Adirondack region of New York following declines in acidic deposition. Applied Geochemistry 22:1181-1188.

Driscoll, C.T., K.F. Lambert, and L. Chen. 2007b. Acidic deposition: Sources and ecological effects, p. 332, In G. R. Visgilio and D. M. Whitelaw, eds. Acid in the Environment: Lessons Learned and Future Prospects. Springer Science + Business Media, Inc.

Elliott, E.M., C. Kendall, E.W. Boyer, D.A. Burns, S.D. Wankel, D.J. Bain, K. Harlin, T.J. Butler, R. Carlton. 2007. An isotopic tracer of stationary source NOx emissions across the Midwestern and northeastern United States. Environmental Science and Technology 41:7661-7667.

Ito, M., M.J. Mitchell, C.T. Driscoll, R.M. Newton, C.E. Johnson, and K.M. Roy. 2007. Controls on surface water chemistry in two lake-watersheds in the Adirondack region of New York: differences in nitrogen solute sources and sinks. Hydrological Processes 21:1249-1264.

Lovett, G.M., D.A. Burns, C.T. Driscoll, J.C. Jenkins, M.J. Mitchell, L. Rustad, J.B. Shanley, G.E. Likens and R. Haeuber. 2007. Who Needs Environmental Monitoring? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 5:253-260.

McGee, G.G., M.J. Mitchell, D.J. Leopold and D.J. Raynal. 2007. Comparison of soil nutrient fluxes from tree-fall gap zones of an old-growth northern hardwood forest. Journal of Torrey Botany Society 134:269-280.

McGee, G.G., M.J. Mitchell, D.J. Leopold, D.J. Raynal and M.O. Mbila. 2007. Relationships among forest age, composition and elemental dynamics of Adirondack northern hardwood forests. Journal of Torrey Botany Society 134:253-268.

McNeil, B.E., J.M. Read, and C.T. Driscoll. 2007. Foliar nitrogen responses to elevated atmospheric nitrogen deposition in nine temperate forest canopy species. Environmental Science and Technology 41:5191-5197.

Mitchell, M.J. and C. Alewell. 2007. Sulfur Transformations and Fluxes. P. 757-764 In: W. Chesworth (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Soil Science Springer-Verlag. Dordrecht.

2006

Burns, D.A., M.R. McHale, C.T. Driscoll, K.M. Roy. 2006. Response of Surface waters to reduce levels of acid precipitation: a comparison of trends in two regions of New York, USA. Hydrological Processes 20:1611-1627.

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, USA. Journal of Geophysical Research., 111, G04007, doi:10.1029/2006JG000208.

Christopher, S.F., B.D. Page, J.L. Campbell and M.J. Mitchell. 2006. Contrasting biogeochemistry in two adjacent catchments: The contributions of soil Ca and forest vegetation in affecting spatial and temporal patterns of NO3- in surface waters. Global Change Biology 12: 364-381.

Mitchell, M.J., K.B. Piatek, S. Christopher, B. Mayer, C. Kendall and P. McHale. 2006. Solute sources in stream water during consecutive fall storms in a northern hardwood forest watershed: a combined hydrological, chemical and isotopic approach. Biogeochemistry 78: 217-246.

Pardo, L.H., P.H. Templer, C.L. Goodale, S. Duke, P.M. Groffman, M.B. Adams, P. Boeckx, J. Boggs, J. Campbell, B. Colman, J. Compton, B. Emmett, P. Gundersen, J. Kjnaas, G. Lovett, M. Mack, A. Magill, M. Mbila, M.J. Mitchell, G. McGee, S. McNulty, K. Nadelhoffer, S. Ollinger, D. Ross, H. Rueth, L. Rustad, P. Schaberg, S. Schiff, P. Schleppi, J. Spolestra and W. Wessel. 2006. Regional assessment of N saturation using foliar and root 15N. Biogeochemistry 80: 157-194.

Sullivan, T.J., I.J. Fernandez, A.T. Herlihy, C.T. Driscoll, T.C. McDonnell, K.U. Snyder, and J.W. Sutherland. 2006. Acid-base characteristics of soils in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. Soil Science Society of America Journal 70:141-152.

2005

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.

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 39:787-794.

Driscoll, C.T., K.F. Lambert, and L. Chen. 2005. Acidic deposition: Sources and effects, p. 1441-1457, In M. G. Anderson, ed. Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Chichester, England.

Ito, M., M.J. Mitchell, C.T. Driscoll and K.M. Roy. 2005. Nitrogen input-output budgets for lake-watersheds in the Adirondack region of New York. Biogeochemistry 72: 283-314.

Ito, M., M.J. Mitchell, C.T. Driscoll and K.M. Roy. 2005. An analysis of factors affecting acid neutralizing capacity in the Adirondack region of New York: a solute mass balance approach. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 4076-4081.

Mitchell, M.J. 2005. Episodic Acidification. In: Jay H. Lehr and Jack Keeley (eds.). Water Encyclopedia: Surface and Agricultural Water. John Wiley and sons. p. 3-5.

Park, J.H., M.J. Mitchell, C.T. Driscoll. 2005. Winter-time climatic control on dissolved organic carbon export and surface water chemistry in an Adirondack forested watershed. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 6993-6998.

Piatek, K.B., M.J. Mitchell, S.R. Silva and C. Kendall. 2005. Sources of nitrate in Adirondack surface water during dissimilar snowmelt events. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 165: 13-35.

Watmough, S.A., J. Aherne, C. Alewell, P. Arp, S. Bailey, T. Clair, P. Dillon, L. Duschesne, C. Eimers, I. Fernandez, N. Foster, T. Larsson, E. Miller, M. Mitchell and S. Page. 2005. Sulphate, nitrogen and base cation budgets at 21 forested catchments in Canada, the United States and Europe. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 109: 1-36.

2004

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.

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.

Hurd, T.M. and D.J. Raynal. 2004. Comparison of nitrogen solute concentrations within alder (Alnus incana ssp. rugosa) and non-alder dominated wetlands. Hydrological Processes 18: 2681-2697.

Inamdar, S.P., S.F. Christopher and M.J. Mitchell. 2004. Export mechanisms for dissolved organic carbon and nitrate during summer storm events in a glaciated forested catchment in New York, USA. Hydrological Processes 18: 2651-2661.

Kahl, J.S., J.L. Stoddard, R. Haeuber, S.G. Paulsen, R. Birnbaum, F.A. Deviney, J.R. Webb, D.R. DeWalle, W. Sharpe, C.T. Driscoll, A.T. Herlihy, J.H. Kellogg, P.S. Murdoch, K. Roy, K.E. Webster, and N.S. Urquhart. 2004. Have U.S. surface waters responded to the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments? Environmental Science and Technology 38:485A-490A.

Lovett, G.M. and M.J. Mitchell. 2004. Sugar maple and nitrogen cycling in the forests of eastern North America. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2: 81-88.

McHale, M.R., C.P. Cirmo, M.J. Mitchell and J.J. McDonnell. 2004. Wetland nitrogen dynamics in an Adirondack forested watershed. Hydrological Processes 18: 1853-1870.

Mitchell, M.J. and C. T. Driscoll (eds). 2004. Special Issue: Interrelationships between atmospheric deposition and landscape features of forest catchments in regulating surface water biogeochemistry. Hydrological Processes 18: 2615-2755.

2003

Driscoll, C.T., K.M. Driscoll, M.J. Mitchell and D.J. Raynal. 2003. Effects of acidic deposition on forest and aquatic ecosystems in New York State. Environmental Pollution 123: 327-336.

Driscoll, C.T., K.M. Driscoll, K.M. Roy and M.J. Mitchell. 2003. Chemical response of lakes in the Adirondack region to declines in acidic deposition. Environmental Science and Technology 37: 2036-2042.

Forrester, J.A., G.G. McGee and M.J. Mitchell. 2003. Effects of beech bark disease on aboveground biomass and species composition in a mature hardwood forest, 1985 to 2000. J. Torrey Bot. Society 130: 70-78.

Ito, M., M.J. Mitchell and C.T. Driscoll. 2003. Discussion on "Spatial patterns of precipitation quantity and chemistry and air temperature in the Adirondack Region of New York". Atmospheric Environment 37: 135-138.

Kiernan, B.D., T.M. Hurd and D.J. Raynal. 2003. Abundance of Alnus incana ssp. rugosa on inorganic nitrogen in shrub wetlands of the Adirondack Mountains, NY, USA. Environmental Pollution 123: 347-354.

Mitchell, M.J., C.T. Driscoll, S. Inamdar, G. McGee, M. Mbila and D. Raynal. 2003. Nitrogen biogeochemistry in the Adirondack mountains of New York: hardwood ecosystems and associated surface waters. Environmental Pollution 123: 355-364.

Park, J., M.J. Mitchell, P.J. McHale, S.F. Christopher and T.P. Myers. 2003. Interactive effects of changing climate and atmospheric deposition on N and S biogeochemistry in a forested watershed of the Adirondack Mountains, New York State. Global Change Biology 9: 1602-1619.

2002

Tessier, J.T., R.D. Masters and D.J. Raynal. 2002. Changes in base cation deposition across New York State and Adjacent New England following implementation of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments. Atmospheric Environment 36: 1645-1648.

Gbondo-Tugbawa, S.S., C.T. Driscoll, M.J. Mitchell, J.D. Aber and G.E. Likens. 2002. A model to simulate the response of a northern hardwood forest ecosystem to changes in sulfur deposition. Ecological Applications 12: 8-23.

Ito, M., M.J. Mitchell and C.T. Driscoll. 2002. Spatial patterns of precipitation quantity and chemistry and air temperature in the Adirondack Region of New York. Atmospheric Environment. Atmospheric Environment 36: 1051-1062.

McHale, M.R., J.J. McDonnell, M.J. Mitchell and C.P. Cirmo. 2002. A field based study of soil-and groundwater nitrate release in an Adirondack forested watershed. Water Resources Research 38(4): 1029/2000WR000102 (17 pages).

Mitchell, M.J. 2002. Episodic Acidification. In: Jay H. Lehr (ed). Encyclopedia of Water. John Wiley and Sons Publishing (In Press).

2001

Hicks, B.B., T.P. Meyers, R.P. Hosker Jr. 2001. Climatological features of regional surface air quality from the Atmospheric Integrated Research Monitoring Network (AIRMoN) in the USA. Atmospheric Environment 35: 1053-1068.

McDonnell, J.J., T. Tanaka, M.J. Mitchell and N. Ohte. 2001. Foreword: Hydrology and biogeochemistry of forested catchments. Hydrological Processes. 15: 1673-1674.

Mitchell, M.J. 2001. Linkages of nitrate losses in watersheds to hydrological processes. Hydrological Processes 15: 3305-3307.

Mitchell, M.J. 2001. Researching the effects of air pollution on forest, water ecosystems. Spruce Moose (Adirondack Ecological Center, SUNY-ESF, Newcomb, NY 12852) Fall/Winter 2001: 2-3.

Mitchell, M.J., G. McGee, P. McHale and K.C. Weathers. 2001. Experimental design and instrumentation for analyzing solute concentrations and fluxes for quantifying biogeochemical processes in watersheds. Paper Presented at the 4th International Conference on Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) in East Asian and Pacific Region, Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia, July 2-5, 2001. (http://www.esf.edu/hss/mongolia/).

Hurd, T.M., D.J. Raynal and C.R. Schwintzer. 2001. Symbiotic N2 fixation of Alnus incana ssp. rugosa in shrub wetlands of the Adirondack Mountains, New York, USA. Oecologia 126: 94-103.

Bischoff, J.M., P.A. Bukaveckas, M.J. Mitchell, and T.M. Hurd. 2001. Nitrogen storage and cycling in a forested wetland: implications for watershed nitrogen processing. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 128 (1/2): 97-114.

Mitchell, M.J., C.T. Driscoll, J. Owen, D. Schaefer, R. Michener, and D.J. Raynal. 2001. Nitrogen biogeochemistry of three hardwood forest ecosystems in the Adirondack Mountains. Biogeochemistry 56: 93-133.

Mitchell, M.J., P.J. McHale, S. Inamdar, and D.J. Raynal. 2001. Role of within lake processes and hydrobiogeochemical changes over 16 years in a watershed in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State, U.S.A. Hydrological Processes 15: 1951-1965.

Ohte, N., M.J. Mitchell, H. Shibata, N. Tokuchi, H. Toda and G. Iwatsubo. 2001. Comparative evaluation on nitrogen saturation of forest catchments in Japan and North America. Proceedings of Acid Rain 2000, Japan. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 130: 649-654.

Ohte, N., N. Tokuchi, H. Shibata, M. Tsujimura, T. Tanaka, and M.J. Mitchell. 2001. Hydrobiogeochemistry of Forest ecosystems in Japan: Major Themes and Research Issues. Hydrological Processes 15: 1771-1789.

Rustad, L.E., J. Campbell, G.M. Marion, R.J. Norby, M.J. Mitchell, A.E. Hartley, H.C. Cornelissen, J. Gurevitch, GCTE-NEWS. 2001. A meta-analysis of the response of soil respiration, net nitrogen mineralization, and aboveground plant growth to experimental ecosystem warming. Oecologia 126: 543-562.

2000

Inamdar, S.P., M.J. Mitchell, and J.J. McDonnell. 2000. Topographic and riparian controls on hydrologic and biogeochemical response of forested catchments. In Riparian Ecology and Management in Multi-Land Use Watersheds. p. 137-142. In: Wigington, P.J. and R.L. Beschta (eds). American Water Resources Association, Middleburg, VA, TPS-00-2.

Rustad, L.E., J.M. Melillo, M.J. Mitchell, I.J. Fernandez, P.A. Steudler and P.J. McHale. 2000. Chapter 10. Effects of Soil Warming on C and N Cycling in Northern U.S. Forest Soils. p. 357-381. In: R. Mickler, R.A. Birdsey and J. Hom (eds). Ecological Studies 139. Springer Verlag, NY.

Bukaveckas, P.A. and M. Robbins-Forbes. 2000. Role of dissolved organic carbon in the attenuation of photosynthetically active and ultraviolet radiation in Adirondack lakes. Freshwater Biology 43: 339-354.

McHale, M.R., M.J. Mitchell, J.J. McDonnell and C. Cirmo. 2000. Nitrogen solutes in an Adirondack forested watershed: Importance of dissolved organic nitrogen. Biogeochemistry 48: 165-184.

1999

Ohuri, K., M.J. Mitchell and J.M. Bischoff. 1999. Effect of landscape position on N mineralization and nitrification in a forested watershed in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29: 497-508.

Owen, J.S., M.J. Mitchell and R.H. Michener. 1999. Stable nitrogen and carbon isotopic composition of seston and sediment in two Adirondack lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56: 2186-2192.

1998

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. and D.J. Raynal. 1998. Liming influences growth and nutrient balances in sugar maple seedlings on an acidic forest soil. Environmental and Experimental Botany 39: 105-116.

Driscoll, C.T., K.M. Postek, D. Mateti, K. Sequeira, J.D. Aber, W.J. Kretser, M.J. Mitchell and D.J. Raynal. 1998. The response of lake water in the Adirondack region of New York to changes in acidic deposition. Environmental Science and Policy 1: 185-198.

Hurd, T.M., A.R. Brach, and D.J. Raynal. 1998. Responses of understory vegetation of Adirondack forests to nitrogen additions. Can J. For. Res. 28: 799-80

Johnson, D.W. and M.J. Mitchell. 1998. p. 219-262. Responses of Forest Ecosystems to Changing Sulfur Inputs. In: D. Maynard (ed). Sulfur in the Environment. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, NY.

McHale, P.J., M.J. Mitchell and F.P. Bowles. 1998. Soil warming in a northern hardwood forest: trace gas fluxes and leaf litter decomposition. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28: 1365-1372.

Mitchell, M.J., R.C. Santore, C.T. Driscoll and B.R. Dhamala.1998. Forest Soil sulfur in the Adirondack mountains: response to chemical manipulations. Soil Science Society of America Journal 62: 272-280.

Mitchell, M.J., C.R. Krouse, B. Mayer, A.C. Stam and Y. Zhang. 1998. Use of stable isotopes in evaluating sulfur biogeochemistry of forest ecosystems. p. 489-518. In: C. Kendall and J.J. McDonnell (eds.). Isotope Tracers in Catchment Hydrology. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

1997

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.

1996

McHale, P. and M.J. Mitchell. 1996. Disturbance effects on soil solution chemistry due to heating cable installation. Biology and Fertility of Soils 22: 40-44.

McHale, P.J., M.J. Mitchell, D.J. Raynal and F.P. Bowles. 1996. Increasing soil temperature in a northern hardwood forest: effects on elemental dynamics and primary productivity. p. 146-152. In: J. Hom, R. Birdsey and K. O'Brian (eds.) Proceedings of 1995 Meeting of the Northern Global Change Program. General Technical Report NE-214. USDA Forest Service, Radnor, Penn.

Mitchell, M.J., C.T. Driscoll, P. Murdoch, G.E. Likens, J.S. Kahl and L. Pardo. 1996a. Climatic control of nitrate loss from forested watersheds in the northeast United States. Environmental Science and Technology 30: 2609-2612.

Mitchell, M.J., C.T. Driscoll and D.J. Raynal. 1996b. Biogeochemistry of a forested watershed in the central Adirondack Mountains: temporal changes and mass balances. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 88: 355-369.

Pardo, L.H., and C.T. Driscoll. 1996. Critical loads for nitrogen deposition: case studies at two northern hardwood forests. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 89: 105-128.

1996

Pardo, L.H., and C.T. Driscoll. 1996. Critical loads for nitrogen deposition: case studies at two northern hardwood forests. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 89: 105-128.

1995

Driscoll, C.T., K.M. Postek, W. Kretser, D.J. Raynal. 1995. Long-term trends in the chemistry of precipitation and lake water in the Adirondack region of New York, USA. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 85: 583-588.

Zhang, Y. and M.J. Mitchell. 1995. Phosphorus cycling in a hardwood forest in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25: 81-87.

1994

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.

Hultberg, H., H. ApSimon, R.M. Church, P. Greenfelt, M.J. Mitchell, F. Moldan and H.B. Ross. 1994. Chapter 10. Sulphur. p. 229-254. In: B. Moldran and J. Cerny (eds.) Biogeochemistry of Small Catchments: A Tool for Environmental Research. SCOPE. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester.

Mitchell, M.J., M.B. David, I.J. Fernandez, R.D. Fuller, K. Nadelhoffer, L.E. Rustad and A.C. Stam. 1994. Response of buried mineral soil-bags to three years of experimental acidification of a forest ecosystem. Soil Science Society of America Journal 58: 556-563.

Mitchell, M.J., C.T. Driscoll, J.H. Porter, D.J. Raynal, D. Schaefer and E.H. White. 1994. The Adirondack Manipulation and Modeling Project (AMMP): design and preliminary results. Forest Ecology and Management 68: 87-100.

Nihlgard, B.J., W.T. Swank and M.J. Mitchell. 1994. Chapter 6. Biological Processes and Catchment Studies. p. 133-161. In: B. Moldran and J. Cerny (eds.) Biogeochemistry of Small Catchments: A Tool for Environmental Research. SCOPE. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester.

Taylor, W.A. 1994. The Effect of Beaver Ponds on Stream Water Chemistry in Huntington Wildlife Forest. M.S. - Chemistry, 1994

1993

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: 47-53.

Johnson, D.W., S.E. Lindberg, H. Van Miegroet, G.M. Lovett, D.W. Cole, M.J. Mitchell and D. Binkley. 1993. Atmospheric Deposition, Forest nutrient Status, and Forest Decline: Implications of the Integrated Forest Study. p. 66-81. In: Huettl and Mueller-Dombois (Eds), Forest Decline in the Atlantic and Pacific Region, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

Meyers, T.P. and D.D. Baldochi. 1993. Trace gas exchange above the floor of a deciduous forest 2. SO2 and O3 deposition. Journal of Geophysical Research 98: 12,631-12,638.

Mitchell, M.J., J. Porter, C. Driscoll, D. Schaefer, D. Raynal and E. White. 1993. The Adirondack Manipulation and Modeling Project: Background and Project Design. p. 86-95. In: L. Rasmussen, T. Brydges and P. Mathy (eds). Experimental Manipulations of Biota and Biogeochemical cycling in Ecosystems-Approach-Methodologies-Findings. Ecosystem Research Report 4. Commission of the European Communities, Brussels, Belgium.

1992

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

Dhamala, B.R. and M.J. Mitchell. 1992. Utilization of 35S in analyzing sulfur transformations and fluxes in forest soils. p. 297-314. In: M.J. Hendry and H.R. Krouse (eds.) Workshop Proceedings on Sulphur Transformations in Soil Ecosystems. (5-7 November 1992) National Hydrology Research Symposium No. 11. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Foster, N.W., M.J. Mitchell, I.K. Morrison and J.P. Shepard. 1992. Cycling of acid and base cations in deciduous stands of Hunting Forest, NY and Turkey Lakes, Ontario. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 22: 167-174.

Johnson, D.W. and S.E. Lindberg (eds.) 1992. Atmospheric Deposition and Nutrient Cycling in Forest Ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, New York, New York.

Mitchell, M.J., M.K. Burke and J.P. Shepard. 1992a. Seasonal and spatial patterns of S, Ca, and N dynamics of a northern hardwood forest ecosystem. Biogeochemistry 17: 165-189.

Mitchell, M.J., N.W. Foster, J.P. Shepard and I.K. Morrison. 1992b. Nutrient cycling in Huntington Forest and Turkey Lakes deciduous stands: nitrogen and sulfur. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 22: 457-464.

Mitchell, M.J. and S.E. Lindberg. 1992. Chapter 5. Sulfur Chemistry, Deposition and Cycling in Forests. p. 72-149. In: D.W. Johnson and S.E. Lindberg (eds.) Atmospheric Deposition and Nutrient Cycling in Forest Ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Mitchell, M.J., M.B. David and R.B. Harrison. 1992. Chapter 9. Sulfur dynamics of forest ecosystems. p. 215-254. In: R.W. Howarth, J.W.B. Stewart and M.V. Ivanov (eds). Sulfur Cycling on the Continents. SCOPE Vol. 48. John Wiley and Sons, New York.

Raynal, D.J., N.W. Foster, M.J. Mitchell and D.W. Johnson. 1992. Chapter 13. Regional Evaluations of Acid Deposition on Forests--Eastern Hardwoods. p. 526-534. In: D.W. Johnson and S.E. Lindberg (eds.) Atmospheric Deposition and Nutrient Cycling in Forest Ecosystems. Springer-Verlag New York.

1991

Mitchell, M.J. 1991. Review of Book entitled "Carbon, Nitrogen and Sulfur Pollutants and their Determination in Air and Water". Journal of Environmental Quality 20: 881.

Shepard, J.P. and M.J. Mitchell. 1991. Solution chemistry in a K fertilized red pine plantation 39 years after treatment. Soil Society of America Journal 55: 1446-1452.

White, E.H., D.J. Raynal, M.J. Mitchell, C.A. Nowak, J.P. Shepard and D.C. LeBlanc. 1991. Acidic Deposition and Adirondack Forest Soil Fertility: an Appraisal. New York State Energy Research and Development Authority Report 90-5.

1990

Charles, D.F., M.W. Binford, E.T. Furlong, R.A. Hites, M.J. Mitchell, S.A. Norton, F. Oldfield, M.J. Paterson, J.P. Smoll, A.J. Uutala, J.R. White, D.R. Whitehead and R.J. Wise. 1990. Paleoecological investigation of recent lake acidification in the Adirondack Mountains, NY. Journal of Paleolimnology 3: 195-241.

Demers, C. L. and R.W. Sage. 1990. Effects of road deicing salt on chloride levels in four Adirondack streams. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 49: 369-373.

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

Homann, P.S., M.J. Mitchell, H. Van Miegroet and D.W. Cole. 1990. Organic sulfur in throughfall, stemflow and soil solutions from temperate forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 20: 1535-1539.

Mitchell, M.J., J.S. Owen and S.C. Schindler. 1990. Factors affecting sulfur incorporation into lake sediments: paleoecological implications. Journal of Paleolimnology 4: 1-22.

Shepard, J.P., M.J. Mitchell, T.J. Scott and C.T. Driscoll. 1990. Soil Solution Chemistry of an Adirondack Spodosol: Lysimetry and N dynamics. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 20: 818-824.

1989

Briggs, R.D., J. H. Porter and E. H. White. 1989. Component biomass equations for Acer rubrum and Fagus grandifolia. Faculty of Forestry technical publication ; no. 4, SUNY, ESF, Syracuse, NY.

David, M.B., M.J. Mitchell, D. Aldcorn and R.B. Harrison. 1989. Analysis of sulfur in soil, plant and sediment materials: sample handling and use of an automated analyzer. Soil Biology and Boichemistry 21: 119-123.

Morgan, C.R., S.C. Schindler, and M.J. Mitchell. 1989. The effects of feeding by Oniscus asellus (Isopoda) on nutrient cycling in an incubated hardwood forest soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils 7: 239-246.

Nowak, C.A., J.P. Shepard, R.B. Downard, E.H. White, D.J. Raynal and M.J. Mitchell. 1989. Nutrient cycling in declining Adirondack conifer plantations: Is acidic deposition an influencing factor. Water Air and Soil Pollution 48: 209-224.

Owen, J.S. and M.J. Mitchell. 1989. Sulfur biogeochemistry of an acidic lake in the Adirondack Region of New York. p. 59-68. In: S. Rao (ed) Acid Stress and Aquatic Microbial Interactions. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

Pitelka, L.F. and D.J. Raynal. 1989. Forest decline and acidic deposition. Ecology 70:2-10.

Scott, T.J., M.J. Mitchell, A. Santos and P. Destaffen. 1989. Comparison of two methods for measuring ammonium in solution samples. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 20: 1131-1144.

Shepard, J.P., M.J. Mitchell, T.J. Scott, Y.M. Zhang and D.J. Raynal. 1989. Measurements of wet and dry deposition in a northern hardwood forest. Water Air and Soil Pollution 48: 225-238.

White, J.R., C.P. Gubala, B. Fry, J. Owen and M.J. Mitchell. 1989. Sediment biogeochemistry of iron and sulfur in an acidic lake. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 53: 2547-2559.

1988

Dustin, C.D. and D.J. Raynal. Effects of simulated acid rain on sugar maple seedling root growth. Environmental and Experimental Botany 28: 207-213.

Landers, D.H. and M.J. Mitchell. 1988. Incorporation of 35SO42- into sediments of three New York Lakes. Hydrobiologia 160: 85-95.

Mitchell, M.J. S.C. Schindler, J.S. Owen and S.A. Norton. 1988. Comparison of sulfur concentrations within lake sediment profiles. Hydrobiologia 157: 219-229.

Mitchell, M.J. and R.D. Fuller. 1988. Sulfur models of forest and grassland ecosystems with emphasis on soil processes. Biogeochemistry 5: 133-163.

Norton, S.A., M.J. Mitchell, J.S. Kahl and G.F. Brewer. 1988. In-lake alkalinity generation by sulfate reduction: a paleolimnological assessment. Water Air and Soil Pollution 39: 33-45.

1987

Charles, D.F., D.R. Whitehead, D.S. Anderson, R. Bienart, K.E. Camburn, R.B. Cook, T.L. Crisman, R.B. Davis, J. Ford, B.D. Fry, R.A. Hites, J.S. Kahl, R.G. Kreis, M.J. Mitchell, S.A. Norton, L.A. Roll, J.P. Smol, R. Sweets, A.J. Uutala, J.R. White, M.C. Whiting and R.J. Wise. 1987. the PIRLA Project (Paleoecological Investigation of Recent Lake Acidification): Preliminary results from the Adirondacks, New England, N. Great Lakes States, and N. Florida. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 30: 355-365.

David, M.B., Mitchell, M.J. and T.J. Scott. 1987. Importance of organic sulfur constituents to sulfur cycling in a northern hardwood forest ecosystem. Biology and Fertility of Soils 5: 258-264.

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

Mishra, C.C. and M.J. Mitchell. 1987. Nematode populations in Adirondack forest soils and their potential role in sulfur cycling. Pedobiologia 30: 277-283.

Schindler, S.C. and M.J. Mitchell. 1987. Dynamics of 35S in horizons and leachates from a hardwood forest spodosol. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 19: 531-538.

1986

Fuller, R.D., C.T. Driscoll, S.C. Schindler and M.J. Mitchell. 1986. A simulation model of sulfur transformations in forested Spodosols. Biogeochemistry 2: 313-328.

Morgan, C. and M.J. Mitchell. 1986. Effect of feeding by Oniscus asellus on leaf litter sulfur constituents. Biology and Fertility of Soils 3: 107-111.

Schindler, S.C., M.J. Mitchell, T.J. Scott, R.D. Fuller and C.T. Driscoll. 1986. Incorporation of 35S-sulfate into organic and inorganic constituents of two forest soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. J. 50: 457-461.

1985

David, M.B and M.J. Mitchell. 1985. Sulfur constituents and cycling in waters, seston, and sediments of an oligotrophic lake. Limnology and Oceanography 30: 1196-1207.

Lawrence, G.B. and M.J. Mitchell. 1985. Use of 35S to determine the influence of Hexagenia on sulfur cycling in lake sediments. Hydrobiologia 128: 91-95.

Mitchell, M.J., M.B. David and A.J. Uutala. 1985. Sulfur distribution in lake sediment profiles and an index of historical depositional patterns. Hydrobiologia 121: 121-127.

Raynal, D.J., F.S. Raleigh and A.V. Mollitor. 1985. Atmospheric deposition and ionic movement in Adirondack forests In: D.D. Adams and W.P. Page (eds.) Acid Deposition. Plenum Press, New York.

1984

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

David, M.B., M.J. Mitchell and S.C. Schindler. 1984. Dynamics of organic and inorganic sulfur constituents in a hardwood forest soil and their relationship to nutrient cycling. p. 221-245 in E.L. Stone (ed.). Forest Soils and Treatment Impacts. Sixth North American Forest Soils Conference. Knoxville, TN.

Mitchell, M.J., D.H. Landers, D.F. Brodowski, G.B. Lawrence and M.B. David. 1984. Organic and inorganic sulfur constituents of the sediments in three New York lakes: effect of site, sediment depth and season. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 21: 231-245.

Mitchell, M.J. 1984. use of sulfur in paleolimnological analysis. p. 151-176. In Proceedings of a Workshop on Paleolimnological Studies of the history and Effects of Acidic Precipitation. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Rockland Main.

1983

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

Landers, D.H., M.B. David and M.J. Mitchell. 1983. Analysis of organic and inorganic sulfur constituents in sediments, soils and water. International Journal of Environmental and Analytical Chemistry 14: 245-256.

Mitchell, M.J., M.B. David and C.R. Morgan. 1983. Importance of organic sulfur constituents of forest soils and the role of the soil macrofauna in affecting sulfur flux and transformation. pp. 75-85 in P. Lebrun et al. (eds.) Proceedings of VIII Inter. Colloq. of Soil Zool. Dieu-Brichart, Belgium.

Mollitor, A.V. and D.J. Raynal. 1983. Atmospheric deposition and ionic input in Adirondack forests. Journal of Air Pollution Control Association 33: 1032-1036.

1982

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 Sci. Soc. Amer. J. 46: 847-852

Lawrence, G.B., M.J. Mitchell and D.H. Landers. 1982. Effects of the burrowing mayfly, Hexagenia on nitrogen and sulfur fractions in lake sediment microcosms. Hydrobiologia. 81: 273-283.

Mollitor, A.V. and D.J. Raynal. 1982. Atmospheric deposition and ionic movements in Adirondack forest soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 46: 1032-1036.

Strick, J.E., S.C. Schindler, M.B. David, M.J. Mitchell and J.P. Nakas. 1982. Importance of organic sulfur constituents and microbial activity to sulfur transformations in an Adirondack forest soil. Northeastern Environmental Science 1: 161-169.

1981

Mitchell, M.J. and D.H. Landers. 1981. Inorganic and organic sulfur constituents of soils and sediments and their relationships to acid precipitation and coal utilization. p. 55-60. In M.H. Tress and J.G. Dawson (eds.) Expanding the use of coal in New York State: Problems and Issues. Research Foundation of S.U.N.Y.

Mitchell, M.J., D.H. Landers and D.F. Brodowski. 1981. Sulfur constituents of sediment and their relationships to lake acidification. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 16: 177-186.

Mitchell, M.J., G.B. Lawrence, D.H. Landers and K.A. Stucker. 1981. Role of a benthic insect, Hexagenia, in affecting sulfur and nitrogen dynamics of lake sediments. pp. 67-75 in R. Singer (ed.) Effects of acidic precipitation on benthos. North American Benthological Society.

Ph.D. Dissertations and M.S. Theses on Biogeochemistry of Huntington Forest

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1999

Boado, Alexi 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, NY. 161 p.

Hurd, Todd M. 1999. Nitrogen fixation in Alnus incana ssp. rugosa: field estimates, response to N additions, and effects on riparian N cycling. Ph.D. Dissertation. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 138 p.

McHale, Michael. 1999. The hydrologic controls of nitrogen cycling in an Adirondack watershed. Ph.D. Dissertation. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 230 p.

1998

McGee, G.G. 1998. Structural characteristics of Adirondack northern hardwood forests: implications for ecosystem management. Ph.D. Dissertation. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 206 p.

1997

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

1996

McHale, Patrick J. 1996. Carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide dynamics in a northern hardwood forest under experimental manipulation of soil temperature. M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 106 p.

1995

Moore, Ann K. 1995. Mineralogy and chemistry of an Adirondack Spodosol at the Huntington Forest, Newcomb, New York . M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 139 p.

Owen, Jeffrey S. 1995. Stable Nitrogen Isotopes in Adirondack Forest and Aquatic Ecosystems. 1995. Ph.D. Dissertation. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY 128 p.

Sheu, G.R. 1995. Effects of experimental chemical manipulations on aluminum chemistry in soil solutions in the Adirondacks, M.S. Thesis, Department of civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY.

1994

Mazumder, A.H. 1994. Biogeochemical response of an aggrading northern hardwood forest to experimental chemical manipulation. Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 197 p.

Richey, Dorothy G. 1994. Nitrous oxide and methane flux between forest soils and the atmosphere and the effects of ammonium sulfate fertilization. M.S. Thesis. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University, NY.

1993

Brach, Anthony R. 1993. Effects of nitrogen addition and altered irradiance on Dryopteris intermedia (Muhl. ex Willd.) Gray and Dennstaedtia puntilobula (Michx.) Moore. Ph.D. Dissertation. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY 224 p.

1991

Lin, Ming-Chung, 1991. Seasonal and annual patterns of precipitation chemistry in the northeastern United States. M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 157 p.

Pardo, Linda H. 1991. Nitrogen cycling and nitrogen saturation in northern hardwood forest ecosystems. M.S. Thesis. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University, NY. 182 p.

1990

Porter, James H. 1990. Experimental evaluation of nitrogen saturation in a northern hardwood forest. Ph.D. Dissertation. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 204 p.

1989

Dhamala, Bhesh 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 p.

Zhang, Yi-min. 1989. Throughfall and stemflow chemistry in a northern hardwood forest in the Adirondack region of New York M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 95 p.

1988

Burke, Marianne K. 1988. 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, NY 204 p.

1987

Scott, Thomas J. 1987. Nutrient and water patterns within a northern hardwood and coniferous forest stand at Huntington Forest in the Adirondack Mts. of New York, M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 120 p.

1986

Dustin, C.D. 1986. Effects of acidic deposition on sugar maple seedling development. M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 89 p.

Jones, Robert H. 1986. Initiation, spatial distribution, and demography of root sprouts in American beech (Fagus grandifolia Ehrh.) Ph.D. Dissertation. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 142 p.

Somers, R.C. 1986. Soil classification, genesis, morphology and variability with the central Adirondack region of New York. Ph.D. Dissertation. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 746 p.

Uutala, Allen J. 1986. Paleolimnological assessment of the effects of lake acidification on chironomidae (diptera) assemblages in the Adirondack region of New York. Ph.D. Dissertation. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 156 p.

1984

Schindler, Steven C. 1984. Sulfur transformations and movement in an Adirondack forest soil. M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 172 p.

1983

David, Mark 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, NY. 286 p.

Rutman, S. 1983. Seedling population dynamics of northern hardwoods in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 103 p.

1982

Lawrence, Gregory B. 1982. The effects of the burrowing mayfly, Hexagenia, on sediment sulfur and nitrogen dynamics and the relationship of those effects to lake acidification. M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 133 p.

Uutala, Allen J. 1982. Composition and production of the zoobenthic communities in three New York lakes with emphasis on the chironomidae (Diptera). M.S. Thesis. State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY. 130 p.

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