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Ball, J., and Trudgill, S.T., 1997, Potentials and limitations in using geochemical tracers, in Peters, N.E., and Coudrain-Ribstein, A., eds., Hydrochemistry: IAHS Publication 244, 275-289.
Baron, J.S., and Campbell, D.H., 1997, Nitrogen fluxes in a high elevation Colorado Rocky Mountain basin: Hydrological Processes, v. 11, p. 783-799.
Clow, D.W., Mast, M.A., Bullen, T.D., and Turk, J.T., 1997, 87Sr/86Sr as a tracer of mineral weathering reactions and calcium sources in an alpine/subalpine watershed, Loch Vale, Colorado: Water Resources Research, v. 33, no. 6, p. 1335-1351.
Freer, J., McDonnell, J., Beven, K.J., Brammer, D., Burns, D.A., Hooper, R.P., and Kendall, C., 1997, Topographic controls on subsurface storm flow at the hillslope-scale for two hydrologically distinct small catchment: Hydrological Processes, v. 11, no. 9, p. 1347-1352. (pdf format, 232 KB)
Hauer, F.R., Baron, J.S., Campbell, D.H., Fausch, K.D., Hostetler, S.W., Leavesley, G.H., Leavitt, P.R., McKnight, D.M., and Stanford, J.A.,1997, Assesment of climate change and freshwater ecosystems of the Rocky Mountains, USA and Canada: Hydrological Processes, v. 11, p.903-924.
Hornbeck, J.W., Bailey, S.W., Buso, D.C., and Shanley, J.B., 1997, Streamwater chemistry and nutrient budgets for forested watersheds in New England: Variability and management implications: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 93, p. 73-89.
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Lange, H., Newig, J. and Wolf, F. 1997, Comparison of complexity measures for time series from ecosystem research. Bayreuther Forum Vkologie 52, 99-116.
Larsen, M.C. and Parks, J.E., 1997, How wide is a road? The association of roads and mass-wasting disturbance in a forested montane environment: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, vol. 22, p. 835-848.
McDonnell, J.J. 1997, Comment on "The changing spatial variability of subsurface flow across a hillside" by R. Woods and L. Rowe, Journal of Hydrology (NZ), 36(1), 103-106.
McDonnell, J.J., McGlynn, B.L., Kendall, K.A., Shanley, J.B., and Kendall, C., 1998, The role of near-stream riparian zones in the hydrology of steep upland catchments, in Kovar, K., Trappeiner, U., Peters, N.E., and Craig, R.G., (eds.), Hydrology, water resources and ecology in headwaters, HeadWaters98 Symposium, Merano, Italy, April 1998, Proceedings: Merano, Italy, IAHS Publication No. 248, p. 173-180.
Myster, R.W., Thomlinson, J.R., and Larsen, M.C., 1997, Predicting landslide vegetation in patches on landscape gradients in Puerto Rico: Landscape Ecology, v. 12 p. 299-307.
Peters, N.E. and Ratcliffe, E.B. 1997, Tracing hydrologic pathways at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed, Georgia, USA. In: N.E. Peters and A. Coudrain-Ribstein (eds.), Hydrochemistry, IAHS Publication 244, 275-289.
Ranalli, A.J., 1997, Precipitation-chemistry data at selected sites in Northwestern Colorado, 1980-94, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 97-112, 83 p.
Ranalli, A.J., Turk, J.T., and Campbell, D.H., 1997, The use of bulk collectors in monitoring wet deposition at high-altitude sites in winter: Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, v. 95, p. 237-255.
Shortle, W.C., Smith, K.T., Minocha, R., Lawrence, G.B., and David, M.B.,1997, Acidic deposition, cation mobilization, and biochemical indicators of stress in healthy red spruce: Journal of Environmental Quality, v. 26, p. 871-876.
Turk, J.T., and Campbell, D.H., 1997, Are aquatic resources of the Mt. Zirkel Wilderness Area affected by acid deposition and what will emissions reductions at the local power plants do?: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS-043-97, 4 p.
Wickland, K.P., 1997, Controls on spatial and temporal variability of methane exchange in subalpine soils: Boulder, University of Colorado, M.S., 53 p.
Aiken, G. R. and McKnight, D. M., 1997, The influence of hydrologic factors on the nature of organic matter in the Williams and Shingobee Lake Systems, in Winter, T. C., ed., Interdisciplinary research initiative: Hydrological and biogeochemical research in the Shingobee River headwaters area, north-central Minnesota: U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply 96-4215, p. 71-76.
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Cerny, Jiri, Peters, N.E., Havel, M., and Krejci, R. 1997, Factors controlling streamwater chemistry changes during hydrological episodes (Jezerí catchemnt, Krusne hory Mountains, Czech Republic). Jouirnal of Conference Abstracts: BIOGEOMON, 2(2), 152.
Church, T.M., Scudlark, J.R., Bricker, O.P., and Rice, K.C., 1997, Transmission of atmospherically deposited trace elements through an undeveloped, forested Maryland watershed: Maryland Department of Natural Resources Report, CB 93-005-002, 59p.
Heathwaite, A.L., Johnes, P.J., and Peters, N.E. 1997, Trends in nutrients. In: N.E. Peters, O.P. Bricker and M.M. Kennedy (eds.), Water Quality Trends and Geochemical Mass Balances, Advances in Hydrological Processes, John Wiley and Sons, London, 139-169.
LaBaugh, J. W., Winter, T. C., Rosenberry, D. O., Schuster, P. F., Reddy, M. M., and Aiken, G.R., 1997, Hydrological and chemical estimates of the water balance of a closed-basin lake in north central Minnesota: Water Resources Research, v. 33, no. 12, p. 2799-2812.
Mau, D.P. and Winter, T.C., 1997, Estimating ground-water recharge from streamflow hydrographs for a small mountain watershed in a temperate humid climate, New Hampshire, USA: Ground Water, v. 35, no. 2, p. 291-304. (on-line abstract)
O'Brien, A.K., Rice, K.C., Bricker, O.P., Kennedy, M.M., and Anderson, R.T., 1997, Use of geochemcial mass balance modeling to evaluate the role of weathering in determining stream chemistry in five mid-Atlantic watersheds on different lithologies: Hydrological Processes, v. 11, p. 719-744. (on-line abstract)
Peters, N.E. 1997, Evaluation of aerosol phosphorus in South Florida. In: Atmospheric Deposition into South Florida - Measuring Net Atmospheric Inputs of Nutrients, Nancy Urban (ed.), South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, Florida, 69-71.
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Peters, N.E., Frick, E.A., and Buell, G.R. 1997, Spatial and Temporal Trends in Nutrient Concentrations in Surface Waters of the Chattahoochee River basin near Atlanta, Georgia. In: K.J. Hatcher (ed.), Proceedings of the 1997 Georgia Water Resoucres Conference, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 104-113.
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Peters, N.E. and Kandell, S.J. 1997, Evaluation of stream water quality in the Atlanta Region, In: K.J. Hatcher (ed.), Proceedings of the 1997 Georgia Water Resources Conference, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 95-99.
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