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Charles A. S. Hall

Ecology Publications

Tian, Hanqin, Gauangsheng, Chen, Zhang, Chi, Melillo, Jerry M., Hall, Charles A.S. 2009. Pattern and variation of C:N:P ratios in China’s soils: a synthesis of observational data. Biochemistry. 98: 139-151.

Murphy, D.J.R., Hall, M., Hall, C.A.S., Heisler, G., and Stehmean, S. and Carlos Anselma-Molina. 2010. The Relation Between Land-Cover and the Urban Heat Island in Northeastern Puerto Rico. International Journal of Climatology. DPOI: 10. 1002/joc.2145

Wu, Wei, C.A.S. Hall, and F. Scatena, 2007. Modeling the impact of recent land cover changes on the stream flows in North-Eastern Puerto Rico. Hydrological Processes, 21: 2944-2956.

Borbor-Cordova Mercy, Boyer, E. W., McDowell, W. H. Hall, and C.A.S. 2006. Nitrogen and phosphorus budgets for a tropical watershed impacted by agricultural land use: Guayas, Ecuador. Biochemistry. Vol. 79, Issue 1-2: 135-161.

Hall, C. A. S. 2004. The continuing importance of Maximum Power. pp. 107-113. in Brown, M. and C. A. S. Hall. The H. T. Odum Primer: an annotated introduction to the publications of Howard Odum. Ecological Modeling, Vol. 78.

Wang, Hongqing, Charles A.S. Hall, Frederick N. Scatena, Ned Fetcher, and Wei Wu. 2003. Modeling the spatial and temporal variability in climate and primary productivity across the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico. Forest Ecology and Management, 179(1-3): 69-94.

Hall, C.A.S., H. Tian, Y. Qi, G. Pontius, and J. Cornell. 1995. Modeling spatial and temporal patterns of tropical land use change. J. of Biogeography. 22: 753-757.

Detwiler, R.P. and C.A.S. Hall. 1998. Tropical forests and the global carbon cycle. Science 239: 42-47.

Hall, C.A.S., J.A. Stanford and R. Hauer. 1992. The distribution and abundance of organisms as a consequence of energy balances along multiple environmental gradients. Oikos 65: 377-390.

Hall, C.A.S. 1988. An assessment of several of the historically most influential theoretical models used in ecology and of the data provided in their support. Ecological Modeling 43: 5-31.

Woodwell, G.M., C.A.S. Hall, D.E. Whitney, R.A. Houghton and R.A. Moll. 1979. The Flax Pond ecosystem study: The annual metabolism and nutrient budget of a salt marsh in R.L. Jeffries and A.J. Davy (eds.). Ecological Processes in Coastal Environments. Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1979, pp. 491-511.

Hall, C.A.S., R. Howarth, B. Moore, and C. Vorosmarty. 1978. Environmental impacts of industrial energy systems in the coastal zone. Annual Rev. of Energy 3: 395-475.

Hall, C.A.S. 1977. Models and the decision making process: The Hudson River power plant case. Pages 345-364 in C.A.S. Hall and J. Day, eds. Models as Ecological Tools: Theory and Case Histories. Wiley Interscience, New York. 684 pp.

Hall, C.A.S., C. Ekdahl and D. Wartenberg. 1975. A fifteen-year record of biotic metabolism in the Northern hemisphere. Nature 255: 136-138.

Hall, C.A.S. 1975. The Biosphere, the Industriosphere and the Interactions. Bull. At. Sci. 31: 11-21.

Hall, C.A.S. 1972. Migration and metabolism in a temperate stream ecosystem. Ecology 53 (4): 585-604. (Ph.D. Thesis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1970).

Hall, C.A.S. 1969. Mortality of the mayfly nymph, Ephemerella rotunda, at low dissolved oxygen concentrations. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 85(1): 34-39 (M.S. Thesis, Pennsylvania State University, 1966).