Water, Energy, and Biogeochemical Budgets(WEBB)Publications, 1991
Publications with information about one or more WEBB sites:
Denner, J.C., and Shanley, J.B., 1991, Aeration systems and winter streamflow measurements at Sleepers River, Danville, Vermont, Eastern Snow Conference, 48th Annual Meeting, Guelph, Ontario, June 7-8, 1991, Proceedings: Guelph, Ontario, p. 233-243.
Denning, A.S., Baron, J., Mast, M.A., and Arthur, M., 1991, Hydrologic pathways and chemical composition of runoff during snowmelt in Loch Vale Watershed, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA: Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, v. 59, no. 1-2, p. 107 - 123.
Scatena, F. N., and Larsen, M. C., 1991, Physical aspects of Hurricane Hugo in Puerto Rico: Biotropica, v. 23, no. 4A, p. 317-323.
Shanley, J.B., Sundquist, E.T., and Denner, J.C., 1991, Water, energy, and biogeochemical budgets at Sleepers River, Danville, Vermont: A Research Plan, Eastern Snow Conference, 48th Annual Meeting, Guelph, Ontario, June 7-8, 1991, Proceedings: Guelph, Ontario, p. 81-90.
Additional publications related to objectives of the WEBB program:
Campbell, D.H., Turk, J.T., and Spahr, N.E., 1991, Response of Ned Wilson Lake Watershed, Colorado, to changes in atmospheric deposition of sulfate: Water Resources Research, v. 27, no. 8 p. 2047-2060.
Krabbenhoft, D.P., Bowser, C.J., Gat, J.R., and Kendall, C., 1991, Stable isotopic apporaches to the hydrology of ground-water/lake systems, in Division of Environmental Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1991, Proceedings: American Chemical Society, v. 31, p. 247-250.
Peters, N.E. 1991, Chloride cycling in two forested lake watersheds in the west-central Adirondack Mountains, New York, U.S.A: Water, Air and Soil Pollution, v. 59, p. 201-215.
Peters, N.E. and Walling, D.E., eds., 1991, Sediment and stream water quality in a changing environment: trends and explanation. IAHS Publication 203, 374 p.
Turk, J.T., and Spahr, N.E., 1991, Rocky Mountains, in Charles, D.F., ed., Acidic Deposition and Aquatic Ecosystems: New York, Springer-Verlag, p. 471-499.