CWT Bibliography

Journal Articles

Clark, James S., David M. Bell, Matthew Kwit, A., Anne Stine, Ben Vierra, and Kai Zhu. 2012. Individual scale inference to anticipate climate change vulnerability of biodiversity. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 367:236-246.

Kramer, Timothy D., Robert J. Warren II, Yaya Tang and Mark Bradford (2012) Grass Invasions Across a Regional Gradient are Associated with Declines in Belowground Carbon Pools (online document: http://www.springerlink.com/content/x70400184h168455/)

A.J. Burton, K.S. Pregitzer, R.W. Ruess, R.L. Hendrick, and M.F. Allen. 2002. Root respiration in North American forests: effects of nitrogen concentration and temperature across biomes. Oecologia (2002) 131:559-568.

Aaron B. Berdanier, Chelcy F. Miniat, and James S. Clark, (2016) Predictive models for radial sap flux variation in coniferous, diffuse-porous and ring-porous temperate trees Tree Physiol. 36 (8): 932-941 doi:10.1093/treephys/tpw027

Abbott, D.T., and D.A. Crossley Jr. 1982. Woody litter decomposition following clear-cutting. Ecology 63: 35-42.

Abbott, D.T., T.R. Seastedt, and D.A. Crossley Jr. 1980. The abundance, distribution and effects of clear-cutting on Cryptostigmata in the southern Appalachians. Environmental Entomology 9: 618-623.

Aber, J.D., A. Magill, S.G. McNulty, R.D. Boone, K.J. Nadelhoffer, M. Downs, and R. Hallett. 1995. Forest biogeochemistry and primary production altered by nitrogen saturation. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 85: 1665-1670.

Adams, M., Knoepp, J.D. and Webster, J.R. 2014. Inorganic nitrogen retention by watersheds at Fernow Experimental Forest and Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory. Soil Science Society of America Journal. (DOI: 10.2136/sssaj2013.11.0463nafsc)

Adams, R.K., and J.A. Spotila. 2005. The form and function of headwater streams based on field and modeling investigations in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 30: 1521-1546.

Addington, R.N., L.A. Donovan, R.J. Mitchell, J.M. Vose, S.D. Pecot, S.B. Jack, U.G. Hacke, J.S. Sperry, and R. Oren. 2006. Adjustments in hydraulic architecture of Pinus palustris maintain similar stomatal conductance in xeric and mesic habitats. Plant Cell and Environment. 29(4): 535-545.

Albright, T. P., D. P. Anderson. N. S. Keuler. S. M. Pearson. M. G. Turner. 2009. The spatial legacy of introduction: Celastrus orbiculatus in the southern Appalachians, USA. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46:1229-1238

Alexander, E.B. 1988. Rates of soil formations: Implications for soil-loss tolerance. Soil Science 45(1): 37-45.

Alexander, E.B. 1989. Response to the letter to the editor. Soil Science. 148(1): 75-76.

Alexei, S., and M. Pridnia. 1995. A comparison of the southern Appalachian (U.S.A.) and southwestern Caucasus (Russia) forests: influences of historical events and present environment. Journal of Biogeochemistry. 22: 1073-1081.

Allen, C.J., A. Heyes. 1998. A preliminary assessment of wet deposition and episodic transport of total and methyl metcury from low order Blue Ridge watersheds, S.E. U.S.A. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 105: 573-592.

Allen, Karen E. and Rebecca Moore. 2016. Moving beyond the exchange value in the nonmarket valuation of ecosystem services. Ecosystem Services 18:78-86. doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2016.02.002.

Alverson, A.J., and G.W. Courtney. 2001. Niche overlap of sympatric Blepharicera larvae (Diptera: Blephariceridae) from the southern Appalachian Mountains. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 20(4): 564-581.

Amy D. Rosemond, Jonathan P. Benstead, Phillip M. Bumpers, Vladislav Gulis, John S. Kominoski, David W. P. Manning, Keller Suberkropp, and J. Bruce Wallace. 2015. Experimental nutrient additions accelerate terrestrial carbon loss from stream ecosystems. Science. 347:1142-1145. DOI:10.1126/science.aaa1958.

Anderson, D.P., Turner, M.G., Pearson, S.M., Albright, T.P., Peet, R.K. and Wieben, A. 2013. Predicting Microstegium vimineum invasion in natural plant communities of the southern Blue Ridge Mountains, USA. Biological Invasions. 15(6):1217-1230. (DOI: 10.1007/s10530-012-0361-3)

Anderson, M. 1989. Forest hydrology and ecology at Coweeta Forestry 62(2).

Andre, H., X. Ducarme, J. Anderson, D. Crossley Jr., H. Koehler, M. Paoletti, D. Walter, and P. Lebrun. 2001. Rebuttal letter re: Skilled eyes are needed to go studying the richness for the soil.Nature. 409(761)

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

Ardon, M., Pringle, C.M., Eggert, S.L. 2009. Does leaf chemistry differentially affect breakdown in tropical vs temperate streams? Importance of standardized analytical techniques to measure leaf chemistry. North American Benthological Society, 28(2):440-

Argerich, A., S.L. Johnson, S.D. Sebestyen, C.C. Rhoades, E. Greathouse, J.D. Knoepp, M.B. Adams, G.E. Likens, J.L. Campbell, W.H. McDowell, F.N. Scatena and G.G. Ice. Trends in stream nitrogen concentrations for forested reference catchments across the USA. 2013. Environmental Research Letters 8:014039 (8pp).

Autry, A., and J. Fitzgerald. 1991. Short Communication: Determination of kinetic parameters for sulfur processing potentials: verification of the constant specific activity approach. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 23(10): 1003-1004.

Autry, A.R., and J.W. Fitzgerald, and P.R. Caldwell. 1990. Sulfur fractions and retention mechanisms in forest soils. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 20: 337-342.

Autry, A.R., and J.W. Fitzgerald. 1990. Sulfonate-S a major form of forest soil organic sulfur. Biology and Fertility of Soil 10: 50-56.

Autry, A.R., and J.W. Fitzgerald. 1991. Organosulfur formation in forest soils: site comparison of kinetic parameters. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 23(7): 689-693.

Autry, A.R., and J.W. Fitzgerald. 1991. Potential for organic sufur accumulation in a variety of forest soils at saturating concentrations of sulfate. Biology Fertility of Soils 10: 281- 284.

Autry, A.R., and J.W. Fitzgerald. 1993. Relationship between microbial activity, biomass and organosulfur formation in forest soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 25(1): 33-39.

Baer, S., Siler, E., Eggert, S., Wallace, J. 2001. Colonization and production of macroinvertebrates on artificial substrata: upstream-downstream responses to a leaf litter exclusion manipulation. Freshwater Biology, 46: 347-365

Baer, S.G., E.R. Siler, S.L. Eggert, and J.B. Wallace. 2001. Colonization and production of macroinvertebrates on artificial substrata: upstream-downstream responses to a leaf litter exclusion manipulation. Freshwater Biology. 46: 347-365.

Bain, D. J, Green, M. B, Campbell, J. L, Chamblee, J.F., Chaoka, S., Fraterrigo, J.M., Kaushal, S. S, Martin, S. L, Jordan, T. E, Parolari, A. J, Sobczak, W. V, Weller, D. E, Wolheim, W. W, Boose, E. R, Duncan, J., Gettel, G. M, Hall, B. R, Kumar, P., Thompson, J. R, Vose, J.M., Elliott, E. M and Leigh, D.S. 2012. Legacy Effects in Material Flux: Structural Catchment Changes Predate Long-Term Studies. Bioscience. 62(6):575-584.

Baker, T.T. and D.H. Van Lear. 1998. Relations between density of rhododendron thickets and diversity of riparian forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 109: 21-32.

Ball, B. A., M. D. Hunter, J. S. Kominoski, C. M. Swan, and M. A. Bradford. 2008. Consequences of non-random species loss on decomposition dynamics: Evidence for additive and non-additive effects. Journal of Ecology 96:303-313.

Ball, B.A., Bradford, M.A. 2009. Nitrogen and Phosphorus Release from Mixed Litter Layers is Lower than Predicted from Single Species Decay. Ecosystems 12: 87-100

Ball, B.A., Bradford, M.A., Coleman, D.C., Hunter, M.D. 2009. Linkages between below and aboveground communities: Decomposer responses to simulated tree species loss are largely additive. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 40: 155-1163.

Band, L.E., Hwang, T., Hales, T., Vose, J.M. and Miniat, C.F. 2012. Ecosystem processes at the watershed scale: Mapping and modeling ecohydrological controls of landslides. Geomorphology. 137(1):159-167.

Bardgett, R.D., J.M. Anderson, V. Behan-Pelletier, L. Brussaard, D.C. Coleman, C. Ettema, A. Moldenke, J.P. Schimel, and D.H. Wall. 2001. The Influence of Soil Biodiversity on Hydrological Pathways and the Transfer of Materials between Terrestrial and Aqu

Barr, T.C. Jr. 1971. The North American Pterostichus of the subgenus Cylindrocharis Casey (Coleoptera, Carabidae). Novitates 2445. American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY.

Barrett, J.C., and G.D. Grossman. 1988. Effects of direct current electrofishing on the mottled sculpin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 8: 112-116.

Barten, P.K. 1989. Forest hydrology and ecology at Coweeta. American Scientist 78: 64.

Bartman, C.E., K.C. Parker, J. Laerm, and T.S. McCay. 2001. Short-Term Response Of Jordan's Salamander To A Shelterwood Timber Harvest In Western North Carolina. Physcial Georgraphy. 22(2): 154-166.

Barton, C.D., Andrews, D.M., Kolka, R.A. 2008. Evaluating Hydroperiod Response in Restored Carolina Bay Wetlands Using Soil Physicochemical Properties. Restoration Ecology 16(4) 668-677.

Beachy, C., Bruce, R. 2003. Life history of a small form of the plethodontid salamander Desmognathus quadramaculatus. Amphibia-Reptilia, 24 (1): 13-26

Beckage, B., and J. Clark. 2005. Does predation contribute to tree diversity? Oecologia. 143: 458-469.

Beckage, B., and J.S. Clark. 2003. Seedling survival and growth of three forest tree species: the role of spatial heterogeneity. Ecology: 84(7): 1849-1861.

Beckage, B., B.D. Kloeppel, J.A. Yeakley, S.F. Taylor, and D.C. Coleman. 2008. Differential effects of understory and overstory gaps on tree regeneration. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 135(1):1-11.

Beckage, B., J.S. Clark, B.D. Clinton, and B.L. Haines. 2000. A long-term study of tree seedling recruitment in southern Appalachian forests: the effects of canopy gaps and shrub understudies. Canadian Journal Forestry Research. 30: 1617-1631.

Beckage, B., L. Joseph, P. Belisle, D.B. Wolfson, and W.J. Platt. 2007. Bayesian change-point analyses in ecology. New Phytologist. 174: 456-467.

Beckage, B., M. Lavine, and J. Clark. 2005. Survival of tree seedlings across space and time: estimates from long-term count data. Journal of Ecology. 93: 1177-1184.

Becker, V.E. 1980. Nitrogen Fixing Lichens in Forests of the Southern Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina. The Bryologist 83(1) 29-39.

Beier, C.M., J.L. Horton, J.F. Walker,B.D. Clinton, and E.T. Nilsen. 2005. Carbon limitation leads to suppression of first year oak seedlings beneath evergreen understory shrubs in Southern Appalachian hardwood forests. Plant Ecology. 176: 131-142.

Belden, Lisa K., William E. Peterman, Stephen A. Smith, Lauren R. Brooks, E.F. Benfield, Wesley P. Black, Zhaomin Yang and Jeremy M. Wojdak. 2012. Metagonimoides oregonensis (Heterophyidae: Digenea) Infection In Pleurocerid Snails and Desmognathus quadramaculatus Salamander Larvae In Southern Appalachian Streams. Journal of Parasitology 98(4):760-767.

Benfield, E.F. 1997. Comparison of litterfall input to streams. In Webster, J.R. and J.L. Meyer (eds.), Stream organic matter budgets. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 16: 104-108.

Benfield, E.F. and Jack R. Webster. 1985. Shredder abundance and leaf breakdown in an Appalachian Mountain stream. Freshwater Biology 15(1):113-120.

Benfield, E.F., and J.R. Webster. 1991. Effects of forest disturbance on leaf breakdown in southern Appalachian streams. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinlgung fur Theoretische und Angewandte Linmonogie 24: 1678-1690.

Benfield, E.F., J.R. Webster, J.J. Hutchens, J.L. Tank, and P.A. Turner. 2000. Organic matter dynamics along a streaorder and elevational gradient in a southern Appalachian stream. Verhandlungen International Vereinigung Limnologie. 27:1341-1345.

Benfield, E.F., J.R. Webster, J.L. Tank, and J.J.Hutchens. 2001. Long-Term Patterns in Leaf Breakdown in Streams in Response to Watershed Logging. International Review of Hydrobiology. 86(4-5): 467-474.

Benke, A., Huryn, A., Smock, L., Wallace, J. 1999. Length-mass relationships for freshwater macroinvertebrates in North America with particular reference to the southeastern United States. The North American Benthological Society, 18(3):308-343

Benke, A.C., and J.B. Wallace. 1980. Trophic basis of production among net-spinning caddisflies in a southern Appalachian stream. Ecology 61: 108-118.

Benstead, J., Rosemond, A., Cross, W., Wallace, J., Eggert, S., Suberkropp, K., Gulis, V., Greenwood, J., Tant, C. 2009. Nutrient enrichment alters storage and fluxes of detritus in a headwater stream ecosystem. Ecology, 90(9):2556-2566

Benstead, Jonathan P., and David S. Leigh, 2012, An Expanded Role for River Networks. Nature Geoscience 5:678-679.

Berdanier, A. and J.S. Clark. 2016. Multi-year drought-induced morbidity preceding tree death in Southeastern US forests. Ecological Applications 26(1):17-23. doi: 10.1890/15-0274.1

Berdanier, A. B., and J. S. Clark. 2016. Divergent reproductive allocation trade-offs with canopy exposure across tree species in temperate forests. Ecosphere 7(6):e01313. 10.1002/ecs2.1313

Berglund, E.R. 1989. Forest Hydrology and Ecology at Coweeta. Water Resources Bulletin 25(2): 455-458.

Berish, C.W., and H.L. Ragsdale. 1984. Chronological sequence of element concentrations in wood of Carya spp. in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 15: 477-483.

Berish, C.W., and H.L. Ragsdale. 1986. Metals in low-elevation, Southern Appalachian forest floor and soil. Journal of Environmental Quality 15(2): 183-187.

Bernot, M. J., D. J. Sobota, R. O. Hall, Jr, P. J. Mulholland, W. K. Dodds, J. R. Webster, J. L. Tank, L. R. Ashkenas, L. W. Cooper, C. N. Dahm, S. V. Gregory, N. B. Grimm, S. K. Hamilton, S. L. Johnson, W. H. McDowell, J. L. Meyer, B. Peterson, G. C. Poole, H. M. Valett, et al. 2010. Inter-regional comparison of land-use effects on stream metabolism. Freshwater Biology, 55: 1874-1890.

Biswell, H.H., and M.D. Hoover. 1945. Appalachian hardwood trees browsed by cattle. Journal of Forestry 43: 675-676.

Bjorkland, R., C.M. Pringle, and B. Newton. 2001. A stream visual assessment protocol (SVAP) for riparian landowners. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 68: 99-125.

Black, P.E. 1959. Interception of rainfall by a hardwood canopy. University of Istanbul, Orman Fakultesi: Dergisi 9(2): 218-224.

Blair, J.M. 1988. Nitrogen, sulfur and phosphorus dynamics in decomposing deciduous leaf litter in the Southern Appalachians. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 20(5): 693-701.

Blair, J.M. 1988. Nutrient release from decomposing foliar litter of three tree species with special reference to calcium, magnesium and potassium dynamics. Plant and Soil 110: 49-55.

Blair, J.M., and D.A. Crossley Jr. 1988. Litter decomposition, nitrogen dynamics and litter microarthropods in a Southern Appalachian hardwood forest 8 years following clearcutting. Journal of Applied Ecology 25: 683-698.

Blair, J.M., D. Crossley Jr., and L.C. Callaham. 1991. A litterbasket technique for measurement of nutrient dynamics in forest floors. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 34: 465-471.

Blair, J.M., D.A. Crossley Jr., and L.C. Callaham. 1992. Effects of litter quality and microarthropods on N-dynamics and retention of exogenous N-15 in decomposing litter. Biol. Fert. Soils 12: 241-252.

Blair, J.M., D.A. Crossley Jr., and S. Rider. 1989. Effects of naphthalene on microbial activity and nitrogen pools in soil-litter microcosms. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 21(4): 507-510.

Blair, J.M., R.W. Parmelee, and M.H. Beare. 1990. Decay rates, nitrogen fluxes, and decomposer communities of single- and mixed-species foliar litter. Ecology 71(5): 1976-1985.

Block, C., Knoepp, J.D. and Fraterrigo, J.M. 2013. Interactive effects of disturbance and nitrogen availability on phosphorus dynamics of southern Appalachian forests. Biogeochemistry. 112:329-342. (DOI: 10.1007/s10533-012-9727-y)

Block, C., Knoepp, J.D., Elliott, K. and Fraterrigo, J.M. 2012. Impacts of Hemlock Loss on Nitrogen Retention Vary with Soil Nitrogen Availability in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Ecosystems. 15(7):1108-1120. (DOI: 10.1007/s10021-012-9572-9)

Boll, Jan, Erin S. Brooks, Brian Crabtree, Shuhui Dun, and Tammo S. Steenhuis, 2015. Variable Source Area Hydrology Modeling with the Water Erosion Prediction Project Model. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 51(2): 330-342. DOI: 10.1111/1752-1688.12294.

Bolstad, P.V., and J.M. Vose. 2005. Forest and Pasture Carbon Pools and Soil Respiration in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Forest Science. 51(4): 372-383.

Bolstad, P.V., and T.L. Gragson. 2008. Resource abundance constraints on the early post-contact Cherokee population. Journal of Archeological Science 35:563-576.

Bolstad, P.V., and W.T. Swank. 1997. Cumulative impacts of landuse on water quality in a southern Appalachian watershed. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 33(3): 519-533.

Bolstad, P.V., K. Mitchell, and J.M. Vose. 1999. Foliar temperature-respiration response functions for broad-leaved tree species in the southern Appalachians. Tree Physiology. 19: 871-878

Bolstad, P.V., L. Swift, F. Collins, and J. Regniere. 1998. Measured and predicted air temperatures at basin to regional scales in the southern Appalachian mountains. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 91: 161-176.

Bolstad, P.V., W. Swank, J. Vose. 1998. Predicting Southern Appalachian overstory vegetation with digital terrain data. Landscape Ecology. 13: 271-283.

Bolstad, Paul V., James M. Vose and Steven G. McNulty. 2000. Forest Productivity, Leaf Area, and Terrain in Southern Appalachian Deciduous Forests. Forest Science 47(3):419-427.

Bonito, G.M., D.C. Coleman, B.L. Haines, and M.L. Cabrera. 2002. Can nitrogen budgets explain differences in soil nitrogen mineralization rates of forest stands along an elevations gradient? Forestry Ecology and Management. 176: 563-574.

Booth, D. B., Kraseski, K. A. and Rhett Jackson, C. (2014), Local-scale and watershed-scale determinants of summertime urban stream temperatures. Hydrol. Process., 28: 2427-2438. doi: 10.1002/hyp.9810

Boring, L., and W. Swank. 1984. The role of black locust (Robinia pseudo-acacia) in forest succession. Journal of Ecology 72: 749-766.

Boring, L.R., and W.T. Swank. 1984. Symbiotic nitrogen fixation in regenerating black locust (Robinia pseudo-acacia L.) stands. Forest Science 30(2): 528-537.

Boring, L.R., C.D. Monk, and W.T. Swank. 1981. Early regeneration of a clear-cut Southern Appalachian forest. Ecology 62: 1244-1253.

Boring, L.R., W.T. Swank, J.B. Waide, and G.S. Henderson. 1988. Sources, fates, and impacts of nitrogen inputs to terrestrial ecosystems: review and synthesis: Part 1 of 2. Biogeochemistry 6: 119-159.

Bosch, J.M., and J.D. Hewlett. 1980. A review of catchment experiments to determine the effect of vegetation changes on water yield and evapotrasnpiration. Journal of Hydrology. 55: 3-23.

Boullé, V., Grossman, G.D. 1991. Effects of Rosyside Dace (Clinostomus funduloides) on Microhabitat Use of Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 48(7): 1235-1243.

Boyer, J.S., and E.B. Knipling. 1965. Isopiestic technique for measuring leaf water potentials with a thermocouple psychrometer. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 54(4): 1044-1051.

Bradford, M.A., B. W. Watts, C. A. Davies. 2010. Thermal adaptation of heterotrophic soil respiration in laboratory microcosms. Global Change Biology, 16: 1576-1588.

Bradford, M.A., DeVore, J.L., Maerz, J.C., McHugh, J.V., Smith, C.L., Strickland, M.S. 2009. Native, insect herbivore communities derive a significant proportion of their carbon from a widespread invader of forest understories. Biol Invasions.

Bradford, M.A., et al. 2009. Decreased mass specific respiration under experimental warming is robust to the microbial biomass method employed. Ecology Letters, 12: E15-E18.

Bradford, M.A., Strickland, M.S., Devore, J.L., Maerz, J.C. (2012) Root carbon flow from an invasive plant to belowground foodwebs. Plant and Soil. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-012-1210-y

Bradford, M.A., T. Gancos, and C.J. Frost. 2008. Slow-cycle effects of foliear herbivory alter the nitrogen acquistion and population size of Collembola. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40: 1253-1258

Bradford, Mark A., Ashley D. Keiser, Christian A. Davies, Calley A. Mersmann and Michael S. Strickland. 2013. Empirical evidence that soil carbon formation from plant inputs is positively related to microbial growth. Biogeochemistry 113: 271-281.

Bradford, Mark A., Robert J.Warren II, Petr Baldrian, Thomas W. Crowther, Daniel S. Maynard, Emily E. Oldfield,William R.Wieder, Stephen A.Wood and Joshua R. King, 2014. Climate Fails to Predict Wood Decomposition at Regional Scales. In Nature Climate Change, Letters, advanced online publication at www.nature.com/natureclimatechange

Brannan, J.R., J.A. Reneke, and J. Waide. 1984. A diffusion model of forest succession. Mathematical Biosciences 69: 131-149.

Brantley, S. T., Miniat, C. F., Elliott, K. J., Laseter, S. H. and Vose, J. M. (2014), Changes to southern Appalachian water yield and stormflow after loss of a foundation species. Ecohydrology. Doi: 10.1002/eco.1521

Brantley, S.T., Miniat, C.F. and Vose, J.M. 2013. Future species composition will affect forest water use after loss of eastern hemlock from southern Appalachian forests. Ecological Applications. 23(4):777-790. (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/12-0616.1)

Brantley, Steven T., Morgan L. Schulte, Paul V. Bolstad, and Chelcy F. Miniat. 2016. Equations for Estimating Biomass, Foliage Area, and Sapwood of Small Trees in the Southern Appalachians. Forest Science. 62(4)414-421. http://dx.doi.org/10.5849/forsci.15-041.

Brian J. Burke, Meredith Welch-Devine, Seth Gustafson, Nik Heynen, Jennifer L. Rice, Ted L. Gragson, Sakura R. Evans & Donald R. Nelson (2015): Can Science Writing Collectives Overcome Barriers to More Democratic Communication and Collaboration? Lessons from Environmental Communication Praxis in Southern Appalachia, Environmental Communication, DOI: 10.1080/17524032.2014.999695

Britton, K., W. Pepper, D. Loftis, and D. Chellemi. 1994. Effect of timber harvest practices on populations of Cornus florida and severity of dogwood anthracnose in western North Carolina. Plant Disease 78(4): 398-402.

Britton, K.O. 1993. Anthracnose infection of Dogwood seedlings exposed to natural inoculum in western North Carolina. Plant Disease. 77(1): 34-37.

Brockman, E.R., and R.L. Todd. 1974. Fruiting myxobacters as viewed with a scanning electron microscope. International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology 24: 118-124.

Brookshire, E.N.J., H.M. Valett, S.A. Thomas, and J.R. Webster. 2005. Coupled cycling of dissolved organic nitrogen and carbon in forest streams. Ecology 86(9): 2487-2496.

Brookshire, J., S. Gerber, J.R. Webster, J.M. Vose, and W.T. Swank. Direct effects of temperature on forest nitrogen cycling revealed through analysis of long term watershed records. Global Change Biology

Brookshite, E.N.J, Valett, H.M., Gerber, S. 2009. Maintenance of terrestrial nutrient loss signatures during in-stream transport. The Ecological Society of America, 90(2): 293-299

Bruce, R. C. 2010. Proximate contributions to adult body size in two species of dusky salamanders (Plethodontidae: Desmognathus). Herpetologica, 66(4): 393-402.

Bruce, R.C. 1988. Life history variation in the salamander Desmognathus quadramaculatus. Herpetologica 44(2): 218-227.

Bruce, R.C. 2013. Size-Mediated Tradeoffs in Life-History Traits in Dusky Salamanders. Copeia. (DOI: 10.1643/CE-12-120)

Bruce, R.C., and N.G. Hairston Sr. 1990. Life-history correlates ofbody-size differences between two populations of the salamander, Desmognathusmonticola. Journal of Herpetology 24(2): 124-134.

Bruce, R.C., J. Castanet, and H. Francillon-Viellot. 2002. Skeletochronological analysis of variation in age structure, body size, and life history in three species of desmognathine salamanders. Herpetologica. 58(2): 181-193.

Bruce, R.C.. 1996. Life-history perspective of adaptive radiation in desmognathine salamanders. Copeia. 1996. 4: 783-790.

Bruce, Richard C. 2016. Application of the Gompertz Function in Studies of Growth in Dusky Salamanders (Plethodontidae: Desmognathus). Copeia. 104(1):94-100. DOI: 10.1643/CE-14-204.

Bryan Currinder, Kristen K. Cecala, Robert M. Northington & Michael E. Dorcas (2014) Response of stream salamanders to experimental drought in the southern Appalachian Mountains, USA, Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 29:4, 579-587, DOI: 10.1080/02705060.2014.938135

Burcher, C.L., and E.F. Benfield. 2006. Physical and biological responses of streams to suburbanization of historically agriculture watersheds. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 25(2): 356-369.

Burcher, C.L., H.M. Valett, and E.F. Benfield. 2007. The land-cover cascade: Relationships coupling land and water. Ecology. 88(1): 228-242.

Burcher, C.L., M.E. McTammany, E.F. Benfield, and G.S. Helfman. 2008. Fish assemblages responses to forest cover.  Environmental Management. 41: 336-346.

Burke, B.J. and N. Heynen (2014) Transforming Participatory Science into Socio-Ecological Praxis: Valuing Marginalized Environmental Knowledges in the Face of the Neoliberalization of Nature and Science. Environment and Society. 5: 7-27

Burke, B.J., Welch-Devine, M. and Gustafson, S. 2015. Nature Talk in an Appalachian Newspaper: What Environmental Discourse Analysis Reveals about Efforts to Address Exurbanization and Climate Change. Human Organization. 74(2):185-196.

Burnash, R.J.C. 1988. Forest hydrology and ecology at Coweeta, Ecological Studies, Volume 66. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 69(11): 1357-1358.

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Theses and Dissertations

Abbott, David T.. 1980. Woody litter decomposition at Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, North Carolina. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Adams, Janey C.. 1998. The role of leaf litter and small wood in the retention of fine particles during storms in an Appalachian headwater stream. M.S. Thesis. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Addington, Robert N.. 2001. Water Use Patterns and Stomatal Responses to Environment in Longleaf Pine on Contrasting Sites. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Adler, Robert C.. 1988. Intervention analysis of the impact of forest harvesting on streamflow at Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, North Carolina. M.S. Thesis. Boston, MA: Boston University

Albright, Thomas P.. 2007. Invasive plant disturbances: lessons from native and exotic ranges.. Ph.D. Dissertation. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Allen, Karen E. 2016. Conservation Planning in a Global Era: The Role of Market-based Mechanisms in Promoting Sustainable Development in Costa Rica. PhD Dissertation. University of Georgia.

Andrew, Tamara L.. 1983. Methionine degradation in forest soils. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Apsley, David K.. 1987. Growth interactions and comparative water relations of Liriodendron tulipifera L. and Robinia pseudoacacia L.. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Ardon Sayao, Marcelo Luis. 2006. Effects of leaf litter quality on decomposition dynamics in lowland Neotropical streams. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Georgia.

Argo, Barry W.. 1998. Macroclimate and microclimate effects on flowering phenology and habitat distribution of Caulophyllum (Berberidaceae) in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Baas, Peter (2014) Nitrogen cycling, greenhouse gas emissions and land-use change in the southern Appalachian Mountains, PhD Dissertation. University of Georgia.

Baer, E. C. U.. 1995. Colonization dynamics of benthic macroinvertebrates on artificial substrates in Appalachian headwater streams. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia.

Baker, Terrell T.. 1994. The Influence of Rhododendron maximum on species richness in the riparian ecosystem of Wine Spring Creek. M.S. Thesis. Clemson, SC: Clemson University

Ball, Becky A.. 2007. Disentangling effects of litter diversity: non-random species loss, cross-system linkages, and ecosystem function.. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Barlow, Paige F. Ecological, Economic, and Social Dynamics Associated with Exurban Development in Southern Appalalchia. 2014. PhD Dissertation. University of Georgia.

Barrett, Jeffery C.. 1988. Effects of competition and resource availability on behavior, microhabitat use and distribution of the mottled sculpin Cottus bairdi. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Beasley, Camille J. 2013. Avian communities in suspended development: Disentangling mechanistic effects of changing habitat structure versus human habitation. MS Thesis. University of Georgia.

Beckage, Brian. 2000. A Long-Term Study of Red Maple (Acer Rubrum L.) Seedling Survival in Southern Appalachian Forests: The Effect of Canopy Gaps and Shrub Understories. M.S. Thesis. : Seedling Survival in Southern Appalachian Forests: The Effect of Canopy Gaps and Shrub UnderstoriesDurham, NC: Duke University.

Beckage, Brian. 2000. Seedling Recruitment in Southern Appalachian Forests: Does Spatial Heterogeneity Maintain Species Diversity?. Ph.D. Dissertation. :

Beier, Colin M.. 2002. The influence of dense understory shrubs on the ecology of canopy tree recruitment in southern Appalachian forest.. M.S. Thesis. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Bennett, Barbara L.. 1998. Land use influences on benthic invertebrate assemblages in southern Appalachian agricultural streams. M.S. Thesis. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Bernardes, Sergio. Climatic Variability and changes in greenness and primary production in the Southeastern United States. 2013. PhD Dissertation. University of Georgia.

Beron, Sara de la Torre. The Ordinance of 1669 in Application on the Grande Maitrise de Toulouse as Documented by Louis de Froidour. Senior Thesis. 2013. University of Georgia.

Best, George R.. 1971. Potassium, sodium, calcium, and magnesium flux in a mature hardwood forest watershed and an eastern white pine forest watershed at Coweeta. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Best, George R.. 1976. Treatment and biota of an ecosystem affect nutrient cycling. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Biever, Lawrence J.. 1982. The role of mycorrhizal fungi in ecosystem energetics. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Black, Peter E.. 1957. Interception in a hardwood stand. M.S. Thesis. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan

Blair, John M.. 1987. Litter decomposition, nutrient dynamics and litter microarthropods on a clearcut and reference watershed at the Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory in the Southern Appalachians. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Blanton, Chamtal M.. 1989. Canopy arthropod communities in the southern Appalachians: impacts of forest management and drought. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Bonito, Gregory M.. 2001. Factors regulating nitrogen mineralization rates of an oak pine and hardwood forest along an elevation gradient. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Boring, Lindsay R.. 1979. Early forest regeneration and nutrient conservation on a clearcut southern Appalachian watershed. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Boring, Lindsay R.. 1982. The role of black locust (Robinia pseudo-acacia L.) in forest regeneration and nitrogen fixation in the southern Appalachians. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

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Brookshire, Jack N. J.. 2006. The organic nature and atmosphere-climate dependency of nitrogen loss from forest watershed ecosystems. Ph.D. Dissertation. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Brown, Jeffery D.. 1985. Growth and nutrient uptake responses to changing nutrients by plant species from a southern Appalachian succession. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Bryan, Debra S.. 1994. Factors controlling the occurrence and distribution of hematite and goethite in soils and saprolites derived from schists and gneisses in western North Carolina. M.S. Thesis. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan

Bumpers, Phillip M. (2014) Headwater stream salamander responses to experimental gradients of nutrient enrichment, University of Georgia Graduate School

Burcher, Chris L.. 2005. Biotic and abiotic response to rural development and legacy agriculture by southern Appalachian streams. Ph.D. Dissertation. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Butler, Sarah M.. 2006. Forest disturbance history and stand dynamics of the Coweeta basin, western North Carolina. M.S. Thesis. Orono, ME: University of Maine

Caldwell, Penny R.. 1988. Analysis of organic and inorganic sulfur in forest soils. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Callaham, Leslie C.. 1990. The Effects of Naphthalene on Non-Target Organisms When Used as a Biocide for Microarthropod Reduction. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia.

Cameron, C. 2015. Chemostratigrapic investigations of beaver wetlands along Jarrett Creek, North Carolina, USA. Master's Thesis. The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.

Cargo, Dale M.. 1996. Factors controlling export of suspended sediments from two second order southern Appalachian Mountain stream watersheds. M.S. Thesis. Durham, NC: Duke University

Carlile, Lawerence D.. 1994. Breeding songbird populations on experimental watersheds and pitch pine gaps at the Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, North Carolina. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Casey, Erin D.. 2002. Phylogeography and genetic diversity of the Seal salamander (Desmognathus monticola). M.S. Thesis. Charleston, IL: Eastern Illinois University.

Cecala, Kristen K. The Role of Behavior in Influencing Headwater Salamander Responses to Anthropogenic Development. Ph.D. Dissertation. 2012. University of Georgia.

Chang, Chin S.. 1993. Genetic structure of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) at Coweeta, North Carolina. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Cheever, Beth Marie. 2012. Microbial and metazoan effects on nutrient dynamics during leaf decomposition in streams. Blacksburg, VA. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. 94p. Ph. D. dissertation.

Chiao, Erica. 2005. Benthic macroinvertebrates of a southern Appalachian wild and scenic river: Patterns in assemblage structure and ecological processing. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Chung, Keun. 1992. Recovery of macroinvertebrate fauna from insecticide-induced disturbance in small headwater streams.. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia.

Clark, Sherri H.. 1990. A study of factors controlling the isotopic composition of water within a forested watershed. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Clinton, Barton D.. 1989. Characteristics of drought-induced canopy gaps and subsequent regeneration patterns in mixed-oak forests of the Coweeta Basin. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Coats, William A. 2016. The Effects of Gaps in Riparian Forest Cover on Abiotic Stream Conditions in the southern Appalachians. M.S. Thesis. University of Georgia.

Collins, Fred C.. 1996. A comparison of spatial interpolation techniques in temperature estimation. Ph.D. Dissertation. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Cooley, Nicolette E.. 2004. Understanding traditional knowledge for ecological restoration: a qualitative study with the Eastern Band of Cherokee. M.S. Thesis. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University

Cornaby, Barney W.. 1973. Population parameters and systems models of litter fauna in a white pine ecosystem. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Costa, James T.. 1988. A diel comparison of the structure and composition of canopy arthropod communities of three tree species in the southern Appalachians. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Coughlan, Michael R. 2013. Fire Use, Landscape Transition, and the Socioecological Strategies of Households in the French Western Pyrenees. PhD Dissertation. University of Georgia.

Cowie, Gail M.. 1986. Benthic macroinvertebrates in a river with modified flow. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia.

Craig, Matthew E. 2014. Biogeochemical Effects of an Invasive Grass Across a Land-use Gradient: Linking Alterations of Nitrogen Cycling to Depleted Soil Carbon Pools. MS Thesis. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Crawford, John A.. 2007. Beyond the edge: riparian habitat use and forest management effects on stream salamanders in the southern Appalachian.. Ph.D. Dissertation. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri-Columbia.

Crocker, Max A. T.. 1986. Interstitial dissolved organic carbon at aspring seep. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Cromack, Kermit. 1973. Litter production and decomposition in a mixed hardwood watershed and a white pine watershed at Coweeta Hydrologic Station, North Carolina. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Cross, Wyatt F.. 2004. Nutrient enrichment of a detritus-based stream ecosystem: effects on invertebrate community structure and function.. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

D'Angelo, Donna J.. 1990. Mechanisms governing phosphorus retention in streams. Ph.D. Dissertation. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Davidson, Eric A.. 1986. Gaseous nitrogen losses from two forested watersheds via nitrification and denitrification. Ph.D. Dissertation. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University

Davis, J.M. 2009. EFood Web Response to Long-Term Experimental Enrichment of a Detritus-Based Stream Ecosystem. [dissertation]. Athens (GA): University of Georgia.

Davis, James R.. 1992. Nesting and brood ecology of the wild turkey in the mountains of western North Carolina. Ph.D. Dissertation. Clemson, SC: Clemson University

Davis, Jonathan P.. 1998. Fine root dynamics along an elevational gradient in the southern Appalachian Mountains, USA. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Day, Frank P.. 1971. Vegetation structure of a hardwood watershed at Coweeta. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Day, Frank P.. 1973. Primary production and nutrient pools in the vegetation on a southern Appalachian watershed. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Dechant, Thomas. 1979. Relationships between the intragravel environment and egg and alevin mortality in three southern Appalachian trout streams. M.S. Thesis. Cullowhee, NC: Western Carolina University

Deshefy, Gregory S.. 1978. Genetic variability in populations of the fall cankerworm, Alsophila pometaria, in defoliated forests in the southern Appalachians. M.S. Thesis. Clemson, SC: Clemson University

Dietze, Michael C.. 2006. Regeneration dynamics in large forest gaps. Ph.D. Dissertation. Durham, NC: Duke University.

Diez, Jeffrey M.. 2006. Ecological dynamics of a terrestrial orchid symbiosis. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia.

Dils, Robert E.. 1952. Changes in some vegetation, surface soil and surface runoff characteristics of a watershed brought about by forest cutting and subsequent mountain farming. Ph.D. Dissertation. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan State University

DiStefano, Robert J.. 1987. Effects of acidification on the crayfish Cambarusbartonii bartonii in southern Appalachian streams. M.S. Thesis. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Dlamini, Eunice T.. 1990. Pinus strobus needle ethanol-soluble proline and ethanol-insoluble protein contents of air- and ozone-fumigated new foliage. M.S. Thesis. Atlanta, GA: Clark-Atlanta University

Dobbs, Marion M.. 1995. Spatial and temporal distribution of the evergreen understory in the southern Appalachians. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Dobbs, Marion M.. 1998. Dynamics of the evergreen understory at Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, North Carolina. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Drumheller, David. 1979. Organization and function of Desmognathus salamander communities in southern Appalachian stream ecosystems. M.S. Thesis. Clemson, SC: Clemson University

Eggert, Susan L.. 2003. Resource use by detritivorous macroinvertebrates in southern Appalachian headwater streams. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Ely, Damon T.. 2005. Long-term Response of Stream Invertebrates to Catchment Logging. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

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Fallas, J.. 1982. Effects of clearcutting, vegetation regrowth and reforestation on a flow duration on three Coweeta experimental basins. M.S. Thesis. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan

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Gardiner, Edward P.. 1995. Scale-dependent heterogeneity of soil properties at Coweeta. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Gardiner, Edward P.. 2002. Geospatial Techniques for Stream Research in the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Gaskin, Julia W.. 1987. Water and soluble movement in the soil of a Pinus strobus plantation during storm events. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

Georgian, Theodore J.. 1982. The seasonal and spatial organization of a guild of periphyton-grazing stream insects. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia.

Gibb, Dorothy M.. 1988. Aluminum distribution in a southern Appalachian forested watershed. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia

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Golladay, Stephen W.. 1988. The effects of forest disturbance on stream stability. Ph.D. Dissertation. Blacksburg, VA: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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Hale, Dorothy D.. 1985. Sulfur-Containing Amino Acid Metabolism in Litter and Soil From a Hardwood Forest. M.S. Thesis. Athens, GA: University of Georgia.

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Conference Proceedings (Published Papers and Abstracts)

Banks, V., Al, T., Loomer, D., Parker, B., Mayer, U. 2005. Trace-metal mobility during KMnO4 oxidation of TCE: Column experiments. Goldschmidt Conference Abstracts 2005 Hydrology/Hydrogeochemistry.

Baxter, A., Price, J. 2005. Atmospheric/soil CO2 consumption at Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, western North Carolina, USA. Goldschmidt Conference Abstracts 2005 Hydrology/Hydrogeochemistry.

Best, G.R., and C.D. Monk. 1975. Cation flux in a hardwood forest and on eastern white pine watershed. In Howell, F.G., J.B. Gentry, and M.H. Smith (eds.), Mineral cycling in southeastern ecosystems: Energy Research and Development Administration Symposium Series (Conf-740513), 1-3 May 1974, Augusta, GA. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

Blood, E.R., W.T. Swank, and T. Williams. 1989. Precipitation, throughfall, and stemflow chemistry in a coastal loblolly pine stand. In Proceedings, Freshwater wetlands and wildlife: DOE Symposium Series No. 61 [CONF-8603101], 24-27 March 1986, Charleston, SC. USDOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information, Oak Ridge, TN.

Bolstad, P., A. Jenks, M. Riedel, and J.M. Vose. 2006. Estimating sediment yield in the southern Appalachians using WCS-SED. In proceedings, Joint Federal Interagency Conference, 8th FISC & 3rd FIHMC: Interdisciplinary Solutions for Watershed Sustainability, 2-6 April 2006, Reno, NV.

Boring, L.R., and W.T. Swank. 1986. Hardwood biomass and net primary production following clearcutting in the Coweeta Basin. In Proceedings of the 1986 Southern Forest Biomass Workshop, 16-19 June 1986, Knoxville, TN. Tennessee Valley Authority, Norris, TN.

Brater, E.F. 1939. The unit hydrograph principle applied to small watersheds. Proceeding of the American Society of Civil Engineers 65: 1191-1215.

Brown, J. 2004. Impacts of hemlock woolly adelgid on Canadian and Carolina hemlock forests, pp. 19-36. In Proceedings, Land use change and implications for biodiversity on the Highlands plateau: A report by the Carolina Environmental Program: Part A, 10 December 2004, Highlands, NC. Highlands Biological Station, Highlands, NC.

Burgess, R.L., and W.T. Swank. 1972. Analysis of ecosystems in the Eastern Deciduous Forest Biome -U.S. International Biological Program. In Proceedings of the Seventh World Forestry Congress, 3-14 October 1972, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Librart, Department of Argentine Scientific Publications, Buenos Aries, Argentina.

Burke, K. 2004. Riparian zone structure and function in southern Appalachian forested headwater catchments, pp. 60-76. In Proceedings, Land use change and implications for biodiversity on the Highlands plateau: A report by the Carolina Environmental Program: Part A, 10 December 2004, Highlands, NC. Highlands Biological Station, Highlands, NC.

Bush, P.B., D.G. Neary, J.F. Dowd, D.C. Allison, and W.L. Nutter. 1987. Role of models in environmental impact assessment. Proceedings of Southern Weed Science Society 39: 502-516.

Chiao, E., and J.B. Wallace. 2003. Bioassessment metrics and deposited sediments in tributaries of the Chattooga River watershed. In Hatcher, K.J. (ed.), Proceedings of the 2003 Georgia Water Resources Conference, 23-24 April 2003, Athens, GA. Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.

Clinton, B.D. 1995. Temporal variation in photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) in mesic Southern Appalachian hardwood forests with and without Rhododendron understories, pp.534-540. In Gottschalk, K.W., and S.L. Fosbroke (eds.), Proceedings, 10th Central Hardwood Forest Conference, 5-8 March 1995, Morgantown, WV. General Technical Report NE-197. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Rendor, PA.

Clinton, B.D., and J.M. Vose. 2000. Plant succession and community restoration following felling and burning in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, pp.22-29. In Moser, W.K., and C.F. Moser (eds.), Fire and Forest Ecology: Innovative Silviculture & Vegetation Management: Tall Timbers Fire Ecology ConferenceProceedings, 14-16 April 1998, Tallahassee, FL. No. 21. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL.

Clinton, B.D., and J.M. Vose. 2007. Fuels consumption and nitrogen loss following prescribed fire: a comparison of prescription types in the southern Appalachians, pp. 231-240. In Buckley, D.S., and W.K. Clatterbuck (eds.), Proceedings 15th Central Hardwood Forest Conference, 27 February - 1 March 2006, Knoxville, TN. General Technical Report SRS-101. USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Asheville, NC.

Clinton, B.D., J.M. Vose, J.D. Knoepp, and K.J. Elliott. 2003. Stream nitrate response to different burning treatments in southern Appalachian forests, pp. 174-181. In Galley, K.E.M., R.C. Kilinger, and N.G. Sugihara (eds.), Proceedings of Fire Conference 2000: The First National Congress on Fire Ecology, Prevention, and Management. Tallahassee, FL. Miscellaneous Publication No. 13. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL.

Clinton, Barton D. et. al., (LIDET) Long-Term Intersite Decomposition Experiment Team. 1995. Meeting the Challenge of Long-Term, Broad-Scale Ecological Experiments. Publication 19. LTER Network Office, Seattle, WA.

Cooper, J.E., and K.A. Schofield. 2002. Cambarus (Jugicambarus) tuckasegee, a new species of crayfish (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from the Little Tennessee River basin, North Carolina. In Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 115(2): 371-381.

Cornaby, B.W., C.S. Gist, and D.A. Crossley Jr. 1975. Resource partitioning in leaf-litter faunas from hardwood and hardwood-converted-to-pine forests, pp. 588-597. In Howell, F.G., J.B. Gentry, and M.H. Smith (eds.), Proceedings, Mineral Cycling in Southern Ecosystems: ERDA symposium series, 1-3 May 1974, Augusta, GA.

Coulson, R.N., E.J. Rykiel, and D.A. Crossley Jr. 1986. Activities of insects in forests: Implications for Wilderness Area management, pp.115-119. In Kulhavy, D.L., and R.N. Conner (eds.), Wilderness and Natural Areas in the Eastern United States: A management challenge . Center for Applied Studies, S. F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX.

Cromack, K. Jr., P. Sollins, R.L. Todd, R. Fogel, A.W. Todd, W.M. Fender, M.E. Crossley, and D.A. Crossley Jr. 1977. The role of oxalic acid and bicarbonate in calcium cycling by fungi and bacteria: some possible implications for soil animals. In Lohm, U., and T. Persson (ed.), Soil organisms as components of ecosystems. Proceedings of the sixth international soil zoology colloquium, 21-25 June 1976, Uppsala, Sweden. Ecological Bulletin 25. Swedish Soil Science Society, Uppsala, Sweden.

Cromack, K., and C.D. Monk. 1975. Litter production, decomposition, and nutrient cycling in a mixed hardwood watershed and a white pine plantation. In Howell, F.G., J.B. Gentry, and M.H. Smith (eds.), Proceedings, Mineral cycling in southeastern ecosystems: Energy Research and Development Administration Symposium Series (Conf-740513), 1-3 May 1974, Augusta, GA. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

Crossley Jr., D.A., R.A. Hansen, K.L. Lamoncha. 1997. Response of forest floor microarthropods to a forest regeneration burn at Wine Spring watershed (Southern Appalachians). First Biennial North American Forest Ecology Workshop: 1997 June 24-26: Raleigh, NC. 1-15.

Crossley, D.A. Jr., and C.S. Gist. 1973. Use of radioisotopes in modeling soil microcommunities. In Proceedings of the first soil microcommunities conference, 18-20 1971, Syracuse, NY. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

Curtin, M. 2002. Water Quality Effects on Fish Communities, pp. 7-24. In Proceedings, Land Use and Biodiversity on the Highlands Plateau: A Carolina Environmental Program Report, 13 December 2002, Highlands, NC. Highlands Biological Station, Highlands, NC.

Daniels, L.D., S.M. Butler, P.P. Clinton, B. Ganesh, K.H. Hrinkevich, A.M. Kanoti, E. Keeling, S.R. Powell, and J.H. Speer. 2006. Whitebark pine stand dynamics at Morrell Mountain, Montana. In Speer, J.H. (ed.), Experimental learning and exploratory research: the 13th annual North American dendroecological fieldweek (NADEF), Greenough, MT. Indiana State University Department of Geology and Anthropology. 23: 15-29.

Day, F.P. Jr., and D.T. McGinty. 1975. Mineral cycling strategies of two deciduous and two evergreen tree species on a southern Appalachian watershed. In Howell, F.G., J.B. Gentry, and M.H. Smith (eds.), Proceedings, Mineral cycling in southeastern ecosystems: Energy Research and Development Administration Symposium Series (Conf-740513), 1-3 May 1974, Augusta, GA. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

Dissmeyer, G.E., E.S. Corbett, and W.T. Swank. 1975. Summary of municipal watershed management surveys in the Eastern United States. In Proceedings, municipal watershed management symposium, 1973. General Technical Report NE-13. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Broomall, PA.

Douglass, J.E. 1966. Effects of species and arrangement of forests on evapotranspiration. In Proceedings, International symposium of forest hydrology, 29 August - 10 September 1965, University Park, PA. Pergamon Press, Oxford, New York.

Douglass, J.E. 1966. Research at the Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory. In Proceedings, conference: hydrologic activities in the South Carolina region, 17-18 March 1965, Clemson, SC. Clemson University, Clemson, SC.

Douglass, J.E. 1966. Volumetric calibration of neutron moisture probes. Proceedings, Soil Society of America 30(5): 541-544.

Douglass, J.E. 1973. Book review: Small watershed experiments: an appraisal of concepts and research developments. Proceedings, Soil Science Society of America 37(4).

Douglass, J.E. 1975. Southeastern forests and the problem of non-point sources of water pollution. In Nonpoint sources of water pollution: proceedings of the southeastern regional conference, 1-2 May 1975, Blacksburg, VA. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA.

Douglass, J.E. 1977. Site preparation alternatives: quantifying their effects on soil and water resources. In Proceedings, site preparation workshop, East, 8-9 November 1977, Raleigh, NC. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Area State and Private Forestry, Atlanta, GA.

Douglass, J.E. 1977. State of the art in managing water resources on forest land. In Proceedings, western North Carolina research-resource management conference, 14-16 September 1977, Asheville, NC. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station., Asheville, NC.

Douglass, J.E. 1980. Runoff and Soil Erosion From Forest Site Preparation Practices. In Proceedings, U.S. forestry and water quality: what course in the 80's?: An Anaylsis of Environmental and Economic Issues, 19-20 June 1980, Richmond, VA. Water Pollution Control Federation, Washington, DC.

Douglass, J.E. 1981. Environmental impacts of weed control alternatives on water, pp. 220-230. In Holt, H.A., and B.C. Fisher (eds.), Weed control in forest management: Proceedings of the 1981 John S. Wright forestry conference, 3-5 February 1981, West Lafayette, IN. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

Douglass, J.E., and D.G. Neary. 1980. Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, 1934-2034: past, present, and future. In Proceedings, symposium: The influence of man on the hydrological regime with special reference to representative and experimental basins, June 1980, Helsinki. Publication 130. International Association of Scientific Hydrology, Washington, DC.

Douglass, J.E., and L.W. Swift Jr. 1977. Forest Service studies of soil and nutrient losses caused by roads, logging, mechanical site preparation, and prescribed burning in the Southeast. In Proceedings, Watershed research in eastern North America: a workshop to compare results, 28 February - 3 March, 1977, Edgewater, MD. Smithsonian Institution, Edgewater, MD.

Douglass, J.E., and M.E. Seehorn. 1975. Forest management impacts on cold water fisheries. In Symposium on trout habitat research and management: proceedings. 5-6 September 1974, Cullowhee, NC. Appalachian Consortium Press, Boone, NC.

Douglass, J.E., and W.T. Swank. 1975. Effects of management practices on water quality and quantity: Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, North Carolina. In Proceedings of the municipal watershed management symposium, 11-12 September 1973, University Park, PA; 19-20 September 1973, Durham, NG. General Technical Report NE-13. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Experiment Station, Broomall, PA.

Douglass, J.E., and W.T. Swank. 1976. Multiple use in southern Appalachian hardwoods - a ten-year case history. In Proceedings of the sixteenth International Union of Forestry Research Organizations world congress, 20 June - 2 July 1976, Oslo, Norway. IUFRO Secretariat, Vienna, Austria.

Douglass, J.E., and W.T. Swank. 1983. Effects of acid precipitation on nutrient cycling in terrestrial ecosystems of southern Appalachian and Piedmont watersheds: Task Force project T-20. In Proceedings, EPA/NCSU National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program Effects Research Review, 21-24 February 1983, Raleigh, NC.

Douglass, J.E., D.H. Van Lear, and C. Valverde. 1983. Stormflow changes after prescribed burning and clearcutting pine stands in South Carolina Piedmont. In Proceedings of the second biennial southern silvicultural research conference, 2-4 November 1982, Atlanta, GA. General Technical Report SE-24. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC.

Eberts, S.M., C.W. Schalk, J. Vose, and G.J. Harvey. 1999. Hydrologic effects of cottonwood trees on a shallow aquifer containing trichloroethene. In Proceedings, Hydrological Science and Technology Special Issue 4th; USA/CIS Joint Conference: Hydrological Issues of the 21st. Century: Ecology, Environment and Human Health, 7-10 November 1999, San Francisco, CA. American Institute of Hydrology, Smyrna, GA.

Elliot, W.J., D. Flanagan, and J.M. Laflen. 2002. Predicting peak runoff rates from snowmelt with the WEPP model. In Proceedings, 2002 ASAE Annual International Meeting/CIGR XVth World Congress, 28-31 July 2002, Chicago, IL. ASAE Paper Number 02-8009. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, MI.

Elliott, K.J., J.M. Vose, and W.T. Swank. 2000. Fire as a silvicultural tool to improve southern Appalachian pine-hardwood stands. In Moser, W.K., and C.F. Moser (eds.), Fire and Forest ecology: innovative Silviculture and vegetation management; Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference Proceedings, No. 21. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL.

Elliott, K.J., J.M. Vose, B.D. Clinton, and J.D. Knoepp. 2004. Effects of understory burning in a mesic mixed-oak forest o fthe southern Appalachians, pp. 272-283. In Engstrom, R.T., K.E.M. Galley, and W.J. de Groot (eds.), Proceedings of the 22nd Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference: Fire in Temperate, Boreal, and Montane Ecosystems. Tallahassee, FL. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL.

Elliott, K.J., Vose, J.M. 2008. Pine regeneration following wildland fire. In: Olberding, Susan D., and Moore, Margaret M., tech coords. Fort Valley Experimental Forest - A Century of Research 1908-2008. Conference Proceedings; August 7-9, 2008; Flagstaff, AZ. Proceedings RMRS-P-53CD. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. p. 222-230.

Fitzgerald, J.W., and D.W. Johnson. 1982. Transformations of sulphate in forested and agricultural lands. In More, A.I. (ed.), Proceedings:International Sulphur '82 Conference, 14-17 November 1982, London.

Ford, W.M., M.A. Menzel, T.S. McCay, J.W.Gassett, and J. Laerm. 2000. Woodland Salamander and Small Mammal Responses to Alternative Silvicultural Practices in the Southern Appalachians of North Carolina. In Proceedings Annual Conference Southeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 28 October - 1 November 2000, Baton Rouge, LA. Southeast Association of Fish and Wildlife. 54: 241-250.

Fox, T.R., J.A. Burger, R.E. Kreh, and J.E. Douglass. 1983. An overview of watershed and nutrient cycling research at the Reynolds Homestead Research Center. In Proceedings of the second biennial southern silvicultural research conference, 2-4 November 1982, Atlanta, GA. General Technical Report SE-24. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC.

Gist, C.S., and D.A. Crossley Jr. 1975. A model of mineral-element cycling for an invertebrate food web in a southeastern hardwood forest litter community. In Proceedings, Mineral cycling in southeastern ecosystems: Energy Research and Development Administration Symposium Series, Conf-740513 1974, 1-3 May 1975, Augusta, GA. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

Grace, J.M. III, and B.D. Clinton. 2006. Forest road management to protect soil and water, pp.1-13. In 2006 American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers Annual International Meeting, 9-12 July 2006, Portland, OR. American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, MI.

Graves, Rose A., Pearson Scott M., Turner Monica G. (2016), Landscape dynamics of floral resources: implications for cultural ecosystem service supply in the Southern Appalachians, US-IALE 2016 Annual Meeting, Asheville, NC

Greenland, D., and L.W. Swift Jr. 1990. Introduction to LTER workshop on climate variability and ecosystem response. In Climate variability and ecosystem response: proceedings of along-term ecological research workshop, 21-23 August 1988, Boulder, CO. General Technical Report SE-65. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC.

Greenland, D., and L.W. Swift Jr. 1990. Overview of climate variability and ecosystem response. In Climate variability and ecosystem response: proceedings of a long-term ecological research workshop, 21-23 August, 1988, Boulder, CO. General Technical Report SE-65. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC.

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Haines, B., and J B. Waide. 1980. Predicting potential impacts of acid rain on elemental cycling in a southern Appalachian deciduous forest at Coweeta. In Effects of acid precipitation in terrestrial ecosystems: Proceedings of the symposium, 21-27 May 1978, Toronto. Plenum Publications, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Scientific Affairs Division, New York, NY.

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Harris, W.F., D. Santantonio, and D. McGinty. 1980. The dynamic belowground ecosystem. In Forests: fresh perspectives from ecosystem analysis: proceedings of the 40th annual biology colloquium, 27-28 April 1979, Corvallis, OR. Oregon State Press, Corvallis, OR.

Harshbarger, T.J. 1975. Research in aquatic habitats at Southeastern Station. In Proceedings, Symposium on trout habitat research and management, 5-6 September 1974, Cullowhee, NC. Appalachian Consortium Press, Boone, NC.

Harshbarger, T.J. 1978. Factors affecting regional trout stream productivity. In Proceedings of the southeastern trout resource: ecology and management symposium, 24-25 October 1975, Blacksburg, VA. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA.

Harshbarger, T.J. 1980. Effects of changed structural habitat on trout and invertebrate populations. In Proceedings of the trout stream habitat improvement workshop, 3-6 November 1980, Asheville, NC. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Atlanta, GA.

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Vose, J.M. 1994. Effects of prescribed burning on ecosystem processes and attributes in pine/hardwood forests of the southern Appalachians, pp. 81-90.. In Opportunities for the hardwood industry to address environmental challenges: Proceedings of the twenty-second annual hardwood symposium, 12-15 May 1994, Cashiers, NC. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Primary Hardwood Processing and Products Work Unit, Blacksburg, VA.

Vose, J.M. 2000.Perspectives on using prescribed fire to achieve desired ecosystem conditions, pp. 12-17. In Moser, W.K., and C.F. Moser (eds.), Fire and Forest Ecology: Innovative Silviculture & Vegetation Management: Tall Timbers Fire Ecology ConferenceProceedings, 14-16 April 1998, Tallahassee, FL. No. 21. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL.

Vose, J.M. 2003. The role of fire in shaping the structure and function of forest ecosystem in the southern Appalachians, pp. 1-7. In Proceedings, enhancing the southern Appalachian forest resources, Hendersonville, NC. Forestry Education Outreach Program, NC State University, Raleigh, NC.

Vose, J.M., and J.M. Maass. 1999. A Comparative Analysis of Hydrologic Responses of Tropical Deciduous and Temperate Deciduous Watershed Ecosystems to Climatic Change. In Proceedings, North American Science Symposium: Toward a Unified Framework for Inventorying and Monitoring Forest Ecosystem Resource, 1-6 November 1998, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Publication 12. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO.

Vose, J.M., C.B. Geron, G. Lockaby, H. Sverdrup, and K. Raulund-Rasmussen. 2002. Restoration Effects on Biogeochemistry and Aquatic Systems. In Proceedings of the IUFRO Conference on Restoration of Boreal and Temperate Forests: Documenting Forest Restoration Knowledge and Practices in Boreal and Temperate Ecosystems, 28 April - 2 March 2002, Vejle, Denmark. Danish Centre for Forest, Landscape and Planning, Hersholm, Denmark.

Vose, J.M., Ford, C.R., Knoepp, J.D., Elliott, K.J., 2010. "Impacts of eastern hemlock mortality on ecosystem function: A guide to restoration strategies in the southern Appalachians." The 95th ESA Annual Meeting, August 1-6, 2010

Vose, J.M., S.H. Laseter, G. Sun, and S.G. McNulty. 2005. Nitrogen cycling responses to fire in the southeastern U.S., pp. 1-4. In Eastfire Conference Proceedings, 11-13 May 2005, Fairfax, VA. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

Vose, J.M., S.H. Laseter, G. Sun, and S.G. McNulty. 2005. Stream nitrogen responses to fire in the Southeastern U.S, pp. 577-584. In Zhu, Z., K. Minami, and G. Xing (eds.), Proceedings, 3rd Interanational Nitrogen Conference, 12-16 October 2004, Nanjing, China. Science Press, Beijing, China.

Vose, J.M., W.T. Swank, B.D. Clinton, R.L. Hendrick, and A.E. Major. 1997. Using fire to restore pine/hardwood ecosystems in the southern Appalachians of North Carolina. In Proceedings - Fire Effects on Rare and Endangered Species and Habitats Conference. 13-16 November 1995, Coeur d'Alene, ID. International Association of Wildland Fire, Fairfield, WA.

Vose, J.M., W.T. Swank, R.W. Taylor, W.V. Dashek, and A.L. Williams. 1989. Foliar absorption of 15N labeled nitric acid vapor (HNO3) in mature eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.). In Proceedings, Atmospheric Deposition: Symposium of the 3rd Scientific Assembly of the IAHS. 10-12 May 1989. Baltimore, MD. IAHS Publication 179. Oxfordshire, UK.

Waide, J.B., and W.T. Swank. 1975. Nutrient recycling and the stability of ecosystems: Implications for forest management in the southeastern U.S., pp. 404-424. In Proceedings, National Convention Society of American Foresters: America's Renewable Resource Potential 1975: The Turning Point, 28 Septermber - 2 October 1975, Washington, D.C. Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, MD.

Waide, J.B., and W.T. Swank. 1977. Simulation of potential effects of forest utilization on the nitrogen cycle in different southeastern ecosystems. In Proceedings, Watershed research in eastern North America: a workshop to compare results. 28 February - 3 Marcy 1977, Edgewater, MD. Smithsonian Institution, Edgewater, MD.

Waldrop, T.A., N.T. Welch, P.H. Brose, K.J. Elliott, H.H. Mohr, and E.E. Gray. 2000. Current Research on Restoring Ridgetop Pine Communities With Stand Replacement Fire, pp. 103-109. In Proceedings Workshop on Fire, People, and the Central Hardwoods Landscape, 12-14 March 2000, Richmond, KT. General Technical Report NE-274. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, Syracuse, NY.

Wallace, J.B. 1982. Some aspects of net-spinning trichopteran diversity. In Proceedings, Discovery processes and scientific productivity: symposium celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Department of Entomology at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 29 June 1979. Blacksburg, VA. Department of Entomology Research Report 82-1. College of Agriculture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA.

Wallace, J.B. 1989. Structure and function of freshwater ecosystems: assessing the potential impact of pesticides, pp. 4-17. In Voshell, J.R. Jr. (ed.), Using mesocosms to assess the aquatic ecological risk of pesticides: theory and practice, December 1989. Miscellaneous Publication 75. Entomological Society of America.

Wallace, J.B., J.W. Grubaugh, and M.R. Whiles. 1993. Influences of coarse woody debris on stream habitats and invertebrate biodiversity. In McMinn, J.W., D.A. Crossley Jr., (eds.), Proceedings, workshop: Biodiversity and coarse woody debris in southern forests effects on biodiversity. 18-20 October 1993, Athens, GA. Gen. Tech. Rep. SE-94. USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Ashville, NC.

Wallace, J.B., J.W. Grubaugh, and M.R. Whiles. 1996. Influences of coarse woody debris on stream habitats and invertebrate biodiversity. In McMinn, J.W., and D.A. Crossley Jr., (eds.) Biodiversity and coarse woody debris in southern forests: Proceedings of the workshop on coarse woody debris in southern forests: effects on biodiversity; 1993 October 18-20; Athens, GA. Gen. Tech. Rep. SE-94. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station: 119-129.

Webster, J.R. 1977. Large particulate organic matter processing in stream ecosystems. In Proceedings, Watershed research in Eastern North America: a workshop to compare results. 28 February - 3 March 1977, Edgewater, MD. Smithsonian Institution, Edgewater, MD.

Webster, J.R., and J.B. Wallace. 1975. Productivity of southeastern stream ecosystems. Proceedings, Symposium on trout habitat research and management, 5-6 September 1974, Cullowhee, NC. Appalachian Consortium Press, Boone, NC.

Webster, J.R., and W.T. Swank. 1985. Stream research at Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory. In Proceedings of the Specialty Conference on Hydraulics and Hydrology in the Small Computer Age, 12-17 August 1985, Lake Buena Vista, FL. American Society of Civil Engineers, Hydraulics Division, New York, NY.

Webster, J.R., and W.T. Swank. 1985. Within-stream factors affecting nutrient transport from forested and logged watersheds. In Proceedings of forestry and water quality: a mid-south symposium, 8-9 May 1985, Little Rock, AR. University of Arkansas, Department of Forest Resources, Monticello, AR.

Webster, J.R., J.B. Waide, and B.C. Patten. 1975. Nutrient recycling and the stability of ecosystems. In Proceedings, Mineral cycling in southeastern ecosystems: Energy Research and Development Administration Symposium Series (Conf-740513), 1-3 May 1974. Augusta, GA. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

Woodall, W.R., and J.B. Wallace. 1975. Mineral pathways in small Appalachian streams. In Proceedings, Mineral cycling in southeastern ecosystems: Energy Research and Development Administration Symposium Series (Conf-740513), 1-3 May 1974. Augusta, GA. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

Yeakley, J.A., G.M. Hornberger, and W.T. Swank. 1996. Planform effects on simulated hillslope soil moisture in an upland forested watershed, pp. 307-316. In Singh, R.B., and M.J. Haigh (eds.), Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Headwater Control: Sustainable Reconstruction of Highland Nd Headwater Regions, 6-8 October 1995, New Delhi. Oxford & IBH Publ, New Delhi.

Yeakley, J.A., W.T. Swank, G.M. Hornberger, and H.H. Shugart. 1992. A method of modeling source area response to climate variability. In Proceedings, AWRA 28th. Annual Conference and Symposium: Managing water resources during global change. 1-5 November 1992, Reno, NV. American Water Resources Association, Bethesda, MD.

Yount, J.D. 1975. Forest-floor nutrient dynamics in Southern Appalachian hardwood and white pine plantation ecosystems. In Proceedings, Mineral cycling in southeastern ecosystems: Energy Research and Development Administration Symposium Series (Conf-740513), 1-3 May 1974. Augusta, GA. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

Yount, J.D. 1975. The effect of nonremoval clear-cutting and pine reforestation on the cation composition of a hardwood forest soil. In Proceedings, Mineral cycling in southeastern ecosystems: Energy Research and Development Administration Symposium Series (Conf-740513), 1-3 May 1974. Augusta, GA. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA.

Zamor, R.M., and G.D. Grossman. 2007. Turbidity affects foraging success of drift-feeding rosyside dace. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 136: 167-176.

Conference Posters and Presentations

Agarwal, P., T. Mohave, H. Yu, and J. S. Clark. 2011. Exploiting temporal coherence in forest dynamics simulation. SCoG 2011 Symposium on Computational Geometry, June 13–15, 2011, Paris, France.

Baas, Peter; Mohan, Jacqueline E.; Markewitz, Daniel; Knoepp, Jennifer D, 2014, Assessing Heterogeneity in Soil Nitrogen Cycling: A Plot-Scale Approach, Soil Science Society of America Journal, 78:S237-S247, doi:10.2136/sssaj2013.09.0380nafsc

Band, L.E., Hwang, T., Duncan, J.M., Tague, C., 2010. "Coupled ecosystem-geomorphic controls on the generation and transport of nitrogen through watersheds." American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2010

Elliott, K., Swank, W.T., 2009. "Long-Term Vegetation Changes in Coweeta Basin, Southern Appalachian Mountains, a USDA Forest Service Experimental Forest." 7th North American Forest Ecology Workshop. June 2009

Elliott, Katherine J., James M. Vose, Jennifer D. Knoepp and William Jackson. 2012. Effects of Wildfire and Liming of Pine-Oak-Heath Communities in the Linville Gorge Wilderness, Western North Carolina. Proceedings of the 4th Fire in Eastern Oak Forests Conference 230-234.

Ford, C.R. and Vose, J.M., 2010. "Potential changes in transpiration with shifts in species composition following the loss of eastern hemlock in southern Appalachian riparian forests." The 95th ESA Annual Meeting, August 1-6, 2010

Hales, T. C.; Ford, C. R.; Hwang, T.; Vose, J.; Band, L. E.. 2009. Canopy Composition and Topographic Controls on Root Cohesion in Landslide-Prone Terrain, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2009, abstract #EP43E-0684

Jennifer D. Knoepp, James M. Vose, Barton D. Clinton, and Mark D. Hunter, 2010. "Eastern Hemlock in Southern Appalachian Forests and the Impacts of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid on Nutrient Pools and Cycling," Fifth Symposium on Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Eastern United States, Asheville NC, August 2010

Jennifer D. Knoepp, James M. Vose, Jerry L. Michael, and Barbara C. Reynolds, 2010. "Imidacloprid Application in Low and High Elevation Eastern Hemlock Stands in the Southern Appalachians: Movement in Soils and Impacts on Soil Microarthropods," Fifth Symposium on Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Eastern United States, August 17-19, 2010.

Laird, S.G., Ford, C.R., Laseter, S.H., Vose, J.M., 2011, Long-term forest management and climate effects on streamflow. In Proceedings of the Fourth Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds: Observing, Studying, and Managing for Change, U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2011-5169, edited by Medley, C.N., Patterson, Glenn, and Parker, M.J., 202 p

Laird, S.G., Ford, C.R., Laseter, S.H., Vose, J.M.,2011. Long-term Forest Management and Climate Effects on Streamflow. Observing, Studying, and Managing for Change: Proceedings of The Fourth Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, September 2011, Fairbanks, AK, C.N. Medley, Patterson, G., Parker M.J., eds., U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2011-5169, p. 108-113

McDonald, J. and Leigh, D.S. 2011. Presentation: Geomorphic Mapping of Holocene alluvium using LiDAR in the Upper Little Tennessee River valley, North Carolina. Session No. 96--Booth# 37 Geomorphology (Posters). 2011 GSA Annual Meeting in Minneapolis (9–12 October 2011), October 10, 2011, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

S. L. Johnson, M. B. Adams, D. M. Amatya, S. W. Bailey, C. C. Rhoades, J. B. Jones, J. D. Knoepp, W. McCaughey, W. H. McDowell, K. J. McGuire, S. D. Sebestyen, P. M. Wohlgemuth, 2009. "Stream Nutrient Responses to Forest Harvest and Disturbance: Lessons From Long-Term Research at USFS Experimental Forests." 7th North American Forest Ecology Workshop, June 22-26, 2009.

Stringer, Christina E.; Krauss, Ken W.; Latimer, James S., eds. 2016. LONG TERM RECORDS PROVIDE INSIGHTS ON THE RELATIVE INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE, Headwaters to estuaries: advances in watershed science and management—Proceedings of the Fifth Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. March 2-5, 2015, North Charleston, South Carolina. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-211. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 302 p.

Stringer, Christina E.; Krauss, Ken W.; Latimer, James S., eds. 2016. RESTORATION OF SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN RIPARIAN FORESTS AFFECTED BY EASTERN HEMLOCK MORTALITY, Headwaters to estuaries: advances in watershed science and management—Proceedings of the Fifth Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. March 2-5, 2015, North Charleston, South Carolina. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-211. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 302 p.

Stringer, Christina E.; Krauss, Ken W.; Latimer, James S., eds. 2016. RIPARIAN AREA HARVESTING IMPACTS ON VEGETATION COMPOSITION AND DIVERSITY, Headwaters to estuaries: advances in watershed science and management—Proceedings of the Fifth Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. March 2-5, 2015, North Charleston, South Carolina. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-211. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 302 p.

Stringer, Christina E.; Krauss, Ken W.; Latimer, James S., eds. 2016. SOIL AND STREAM CHEMISTRY RELATIONSHIPS IN HIGH ELEVATION WATERS, Headwaters to estuaries: advances in watershed science and management—Proceedings of the Fifth Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. March 2-5, 2015, North Charleston, South Carolina. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-211. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 302 p.

Swank, W.T., Yeakley, J.A., 2009., "Storm Hydrograph Responses to Conversion to White Pine Forest in the Southern Appalachian Mountains," American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2009

Wihlm, M.W., Courtney, G.W., 2011, The distribution and life history of axymyia furcata mcatee (diptera: axymyiidae), a wood inhabiting, semi-aquatic fly. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 113(3), 2011, p. 385-398

Newsletter and Newspaper Articles

Brown, E. 2004. Intern comparing Carolina, Canadian hemlocks and adelgids. The Highlander, 9 November 2004.

Cary, R.H. and Chamblee, J.F. 2013. Coweeta LTER Upgrades Sensor Stations by Implementing the GCE Data Toolbox for Matlab to Stream Data. In: LTER Databits: Spring 2013. LTER Network Office.

Chamblee, J.F., Cary, R.H. and Sheldon, W.M. Jr. 2013. GCE and CWT Host Successful Workshop to Demonstrate, Improve, and Promote the Adoption of the GCE Data Toolbox for Matlab. In: LTER Databits: Spring 2013. LTER Network Office.

Chamblee, John F. 2010 Coweeta Supports Citizen Science Initiative; Collaboratively Redevelops and Publishes Long-Term Biomonitoring Database. LTER Databits: Information Management Newsletter of the Long Term Ecological Research Network. Fall 201o Issue. (http://databits.lternet.edu/fall-2010/coweeta-supports-citizen-science-initiative-collaboratively-redevelops-and-publishes-long-) Accessed 2 January 2011

Chamblee, John F. Wade M. Sheldon, Jr. 2011 Systems Upgrade through Technology Transfer across LTERs: Who Benefits?. LTER Databits: Information Management Newsletter of the Long Term Ecological Research Network. Spring 2011 Issue. (http://databits.lternet.edu/spring-2011/systems-upgrade-through-technology-transfer-across-lters-who-benefits) Accessed 2 June 2011

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective) (2012) “Science, Public Policy, and Community: The Importance of Riparian Vegetation.” Franklin Press. 128(10): pp B4, Friday, February 3, 2012.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective) (2012) Science, Public Policy, and Community: The Southern Appalachian 'Ring of Asphalt' and climate change?. Franklin Press. The Franklin Press. 128(29): pp B4 Friday, July 13, 2012

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective) 2011. Science, Public Policy, Community: Land Use and Climate Change. Franklin Press. 127:(40) pp. 5. Friday, June 3rd, 2011.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2011. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Acid Rain and air quality in the Appalachians. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: Friday, September 16.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2011. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Decline of the Hemlock, Part 1. Franklin Press. 127:(60) pp. B8, Friday, July 29, 2011

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2011. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Decline of the Hemlock, Part 2. Pages B6 in: The Franklin Press: Friday, September 2, 2011.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2011. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Ozone and Air Quality in the Southern Appalachians. Franklin Press. 127(80): pp. B4 Friday, October 7, 2011

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2011. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Ozone and Air Quality in the Southern Appalachians. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: Friday, October 7.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2011. Science, Public Policy, Community: Ecosystem Services of the Forest. Franklin Press. 125:(52) pp. B4. Friday, July 1, 2011.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Appreciating place-based ecological science. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: Sept 21.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Coweeta LTER Partners with Local Teachers. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: August 24.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Drought in the Southern Appalachian Temperate Rainforest? Part 1. Pages A5 in: The Franklin Press: Oct 5.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Drought in the Southern Appalachian Temperate Rainforest? Part 2. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: Oct 19.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Elevation and home prices in Macon County. Pages A6 in: The Franklin Press: Dec 5.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Putting the Local in Global Climate Change. Pages A10 in: The Franklin Press: Nov 2.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Slope mapping, LiDAR data, and Macon County. Pages B8 in: The Franklin Press: Friday, July 27.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Steep-Slope Development. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: Friday, March 2.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: The Importance of Riparian Vegetation. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: Friday, February 3.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: The science of steep slope movements. The Franklin Press: March 31.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: The WNC Mounds and Towns project. Pages B6 in: The Franklin Press: Sept 7.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, and Community: What are all those UGA trucks doing on the side of the road?”. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: August 10.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2012. Science, Public Policy, Community: The science of steep slope movements. Franklin Press. The Franklin Press. 128(12): pp B4 Friday, March 2, 2012

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2013. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Coweeta Aquatic Camp. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: July 3.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2013. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Exurbanization and Landslides. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: May 10.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2013. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Exurbanization in the Southern Apps. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: Jan 25.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2013. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Lessons from science in the community. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: April 26.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2013. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Local teachers take part in research. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: March 29.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2013. Science, Public Policy, and Community: Removal of large woody debris from streams. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: April 12.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2013. Science, Public Policy, and Community: The fate of the Southern Appalachian salamanders. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: July 19.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2013. Science, Public Policy, and Community: The scientific side of steep slopes. Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: Feb 15.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2013. Science, Public Policy, and Community: What powers these mountains? Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: June 7.

Coweeta Listening Project (Writing Collective). 2013. Science, Public Policy, and Community: What would fire ants mean in our region? Pages B4 in: The Franklin Press: May 24.

Cunningham, C., 2000. Conservation Field Day Teaches Students About Environment. The Macon County News, Jun 8, 2000, p. 13

Lebert, Melanie. Help for stream studies. The Franklin Press, 1 April 2009.

Lebert, Melanie. Middle school kids go outdoors, learn science the hands-on way. The Franklin Press, 13 May 2009.

Lebert, Melanie. Science project in the spotlight. The Franklin Press, 20 November 2009.

Lipscomb, J., 2011. Mountain View garden gets boost with grants. The Franklin Press, Feb. 25, 2011, p. B6

McCandless, C., 2011. MVI to get outdoor research shelter. The Franklin Press, Aug 17, 2011. p. 1A, 8A

McCandless, C., 2011. Report: Two decades of biomonitoring of streams creates major database. The Franklin Press, Jul 20, 2011, p. A1, A9

McRae, B., 2011. Ph.D. candidate studying population dynamics of birds in Macon County. The Franklin Press, Feb. 18, 2011, p. B4

Seabrook, C., 2000. His Own Conservation Corps. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Feb 20, 2000, p. F4

Staff Writer. CEP student focuses on the forest's floor. The Highlander, 12 October 2000.

Staff Writer. Greenway Invasives Partnership update. The Franklin Press, 22 October 2010.

Stillerman, K. 2002. CEP intern keeps track of air quality. The Highlander, 10 December 2002.

Wheeler, Tony. Education project grooms budding scientists: coweeta lab teams up with macon middle, rabun gap. The Macon County News & Shopping Guide, 14 May 2009, p. 11.

Woolly Bully: Estimating the Effect of an Invasive Insect on an Area's Water Cycle. 2009. The Natural Inquirer Monograph Series 3:1-32.

Charters

2015 Coweeta LTER Graduate Student Committee Organizational Charter. Manuscript on File. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Reports

1997 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

1997 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

1998 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

1998 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

1999 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2000 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2000 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2000 Coweeta LTER Winter ALL-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2001 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2001 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2001 Coweeta LTER Winter ALL-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2002 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2002 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2002 Coweeta LTER Winter ALL-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2003 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2003 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2003 Coweeta LTER Winter ALL-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2004 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2004 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2004 Coweeta LTER Winter ALL-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2005 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2005 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2005 Coweeta LTER Winter ALL-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2006 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2006 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2006 Coweeta LTER Winter ALL-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2007 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2008 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2009 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2009 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2009 Coweeta LTER Winter All-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2010 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2010 Coweeta LTER Winter All-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2011 Coweeta Long Term Ecological Research Program. Panel Mid-term Review Report. Manuscript on File, University of Georgia.

2011 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2011 Coweeta LTER Mid-Term Review: Site Review Information Pamphlet. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2011 Coweeta LTER Winter All-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2012 Coweeta Long Term Ecological Research: Informational Brochure. Manuscript on File, University of Georgia.

2012 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2012 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2012 Coweeta LTER Winter All-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2012 CWT LTER Science Advisory Committee Meeting Notes, 27 June 2012. Manuscript on File, University of Georgia.

2013 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on File, University of Georgia.

2013 Coweeta LTER Field Station and Marine Labs Grant Annual Report: Near-Real Time Data Streaming from the Coweeta LTER Environmental Sensor Network. Pages 6 in: Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia., Athens, GA.

2013 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2013 Coweeta LTER Winter All-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2014 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on File, University of Georgia.

2014 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2014 Coweeta LTER Winter All-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2015 Coweeta LTER Annual Report. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2015 Coweeta LTER Summer Science Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2015 Coweeta LTER Winter All-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2016 Coweeta LTER Winter All-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

2017 Coweeta LTER Winter All-PI Meeting. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

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Proposals

Addendum 1 to Southern Appalachia on the Edge: Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 2008. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Addendum 2 to Southern Appalachia on the Edge: Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 2008. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Addendum 3 to Southern Appalachia on the Edge: Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 2008. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Examining long-term southern Appalachian ecosystem dynamics through interactions and indirect effects: Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 2016. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Lesson Plans

Love, J. 2014. Stream Velocity and Discharge, a Coweeta LTER Schoolyard Lesson Plan. Manuscript on File, University of Georgia.

Proposals

Progress Report to the National Science Foundation. 1998. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Proposal Summary to the National Science Foundation. 1994. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 1980. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 1985. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 1990. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 1996. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 2002. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

Southern Appalachia on the Edge: Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 2008. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.

The Interacting Effects of Hydroclimate Variability and Human Landscape Modification in the Southern Appalachian Mountains: Renewal proposal to the National Science Foundation. 2014. Manuscript on file. Coweeta LTER, University of Georgia.