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Publications - Miscellaneous Documents

Erickson, H. and Jr. P.J. Wigington. 1987. The Bear Brook watersheds: site characterization and relation to DDRP watershed soils and NSWS lakes in the northeast. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ERL-C, Corvallis, OR, 10 pp.
Erickson, H.E., A.M. Narahara, L.E. Rustad and S.C. Nodvin. 1991. Watershed Manipulation Project: Field Implementation Plan for 1986-1989. EPA 600/3-91/007, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ERL-C, Corvallis, OR, 80 pp.
Erickson, H.E., A.M. Narahara, L.E. Rustad, M. Mitchell and J.Lee. 1993. Watershed Manipulation Project: Field Implementation Plan for 1990-1992. EPA 600/R-93/024, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ERL-C, Corvallis, OR, 65pp.
Erickson, H.E., M. Morrison, J. Malcolm and K. Thornton. 1991. Watershed Manipulation Project: Quality Assurance (QA) Implementation Plan for 1986-1989. EPA 600/3-91/008, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ERL-C, Corvallis, OR, 192 pp.
Fernandez, I.J. and L. Rustad. 1987. Draft Status Report on FY86 Watershed field manipulation trials interim report. EPA 600/X-87/312, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ERL-C, Corvallis, OR., pp.
Norton, S. A., J. S. Kahl, I. J. Fernandez, J. P. Scofield, L. E. Rustad, T. A.  Haines, and J. Lee. 1993.  The watershed manipulation project: Two -year results at the Bear Brook Watershed in Maine (BBWM). In: Rasmussen, L., T. Brydges, and P. Mathy (eds.). Experimental manipulations of biota and biogeochemical cycling in ecosystems. Commission of the European Communities Publication No. EUR 14914 EN, Luxembourg. pp. 55-63.
Jenne, E.A., L.E. Eary, L.W. Vail, D.C. Girvin, M.J. Monsour, A.M. Liebetrau, L.F. Hibler and P.G. Doctor. 1987. An interim report on evaluation and analysis of dynamic watershed acidification models (MAGIC II, ETD and ILWAS). EPA 600/X-87/407. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ERL-C, Corvallis, OR, pp.
Shaffer, P.W., R.P. Hooper and M.R. Church. 1986. Watershed manipulation project: conceptual plan. EPA 600/X-87/033, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ERL-C, Corvallis, OR, 95 pp.
Shortle, W.C.and Stienen, H. 1989. Role of ions in the etiology of spruce decline. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-120:519-525.
Stoddard, J., J.S. Kahl, F. Deviney, D. DeWalle, C. Driscoll, A. Herlihy, J. Kellogg, P. Murdoch, J. Webb, and K. Webster,  2003.  Response of surface water chemistry to the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. EPA/620/R-03/001, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. 78 p.
Thornton, K., D. Marmorek, D. Bernard, P. Shaffer, D. McKenzie and J. Malanchuk. 1986. Watershed manipulation project research plan. EPA 600/X-86/239, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ERL-C, Corvallis, OR., 253 pp.
Thornton, K.W. and P.J. Wigington. 1991. Watershed Manipulation Project: Rationale for Hypothesis Formulation and Testing. EPA 600/3-91/006, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ERL-C, Corvallis, OR. 59 pp.
Wigington, P.J., S. Nodvin, H. Erickson and T.C. Strickland. 1987. Watershed manipulation project: 1987 annual progress report. EPA 600/X-87/472, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ERL-C, Corvallis, OR., pp.

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Bear Brook Watershed in Maine
5722 Deering Hall
Orono, ME 04469-5722
Phone: 207-581-2932 | Fax: 207-581-2999E-mail: ivanjf@maine.edu
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Orono, Maine 04469
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