Turkey Lakes watershed reference list

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82-01 Jeffries, D.S. and R. Semkin. Basin description and information pertinent to mass balance studies of the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 82-01, 34 pp, 1982.

82-02 Strachan, W.M.J. and H. Huneault. Evaluation of an organic automated rain sampler. Inland Waters Directorate Tech. Bull. No. 128, 5 pp, 1983.

82-03 Rao, S.S., A.A. Jurkovic, and P. Robson. Effects of acid precipitation on microbial populations in northern Ontario Lakes. National Water Research Institute Report, Analytical Methods Division, 65 pp, 1982.

82-04 Rao, S.S., L. Bhaskar, and A.A. Jurkovic. Microbiological studies of some watersheds receiving acid precipitation in Canada. National Water Research Institute Report, Analytical Methods Division, 93 pp, 1982.

82-05 Jensen, M.J., J.B. Robinson, and N.K. Kaushik. Effects of acid precipitation on microbial activities and populations in streams in the Algoma Area, Ontario. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 82-05, 88 pp, 1982.

82-06 Morris, J.R. Benthological studies in the Turkey Lakes (Algoma). Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 82-06, 21 pp, 1982.

82-07 Harper, N.S. Data Report: Pollen analyses of sediments from Turkey Lakes cores, Algoma Calibrated watershed, Ontario. National Water Research Institute Report, Aquatic Ecology Division, 46 pp, 1982.

82-08 Klassen, R.A., and W.W. Shilts. Subbottom profiling of lakes of the Canadian Shield. In: Current Research, Part A, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 82-1A, 375- 384, 1982.

82-09 Morrison, I.K., N.W. Foster, and J.A. Nicolson. Impact of long-range transport of air pollutants on forest ecosystems. For. Res. Newsl., GLFRC, 3 pp, Spring 1980.

82-10 Nicolson, J.A., N.W. Foster, and I.K. Morrison. LRTAP Update, Turkey Lake Forest Watershed. For. Res. Newsl., GLFRC, 2 pp, Fall-Winter 1981.

82-11 Kelso, J.R.M., R.J. Love, J.H. Lipsit, and R. Dermott. Chemical and biological status of headwater lakes in the Sault Ste. Marie District, Ontario. In: R.M. D'itri (ed.), Acid precipitation, effects on ecological systems, Ann Arbor Science Publishers, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 165-207, 1982.

82-12 Shilts, W.W., and L.E. Farrel. Sub-bottom profiling of Canadian Shield lakes - implications for interpreting effects of acid rain. In: Current Research, Part B., Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 82-1B, 209-221, 1982.

82-13 Barrie, L.A., H.A. Wiebe, K. Anlauf, and P. Fellin. Data Report: Results of the Canadian Air and Precipitation Monitoring Network APN - July 1980 to December 1981. Atmos. Environ. Serv. Rep., AQRB-82-009-T, 7 pp (+ 7 Appendices), 1982.

82-14 Morrison, I.K., N.W. Foster and J.A. Nicolson. Acid precipitation and forest ecosystems. Great Lakes Forest Research Centre Leaflet, 4 pp, March 1980.

82-15 McNicol, D.K. and R.K. Ross. Effects of acidic precipitation on waterfowl populations in northern Ontario. Canadian Wildlife Service Ontario Region Progress Report, 1980-81 LRTAP program. 44pp, 4 append., February 1982.

82-16 Bendell, B.E., and D.K. McNicol. Effects of acidic precipitation on waterfowl populations in northern Ontario. I. Relationships between macroinvertebrate and fish faunas in small headwater lakes in the Ranger Lake area. Canadian Wildlife Service Ontario Region, LRTAP program. 48p, 2 append., October 1982.

83-01 Collins, R.H., R.J. Love, J.R.M. Kelso, J.H. Lipsit, and J.E. Moore. Phytoplankton production, as estimated by the 14C technique, and populations contributing to production 1980/81 in the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. and Aquat. Sci., No. 1191, 23 pp, 1983.

83-02 Rao, S.S. and B.J. Dutka. Influence of acid precipitation on bacterial populations in lakes. Hydrobiologia 98: 153-157, 1983.

83-03 Semkin, R.G., and D.S. Jeffries. Rock chemistry in the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 83-03, 9 pp, 1983.

83-04 Jeffries, D.S. Lake evaporation and energy budgets in the Turkey Lakes Watershed (1980-81). Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 83-04, 57 pp, 1983.

83-05 Jeffries, D.S., and R.G. Semkin. Data Report: Major ion composition of lake outflows and major streams in the Turkey Lakes Watershed (January 1980-May 1982). Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 83-05, 30 pp, 1983.

83-06 Jeffries, D.S. (ed.). Study Progress Report for 1982. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 83-06, 38 pp, 1983.

83-07 Foster, N.W. and J.A. Nicolson. Acid precipitation and vegetation interaction in the Turkey Lake Forest Watershed. Can. For. Serv. Res. Notes, 3(2): 6-7, 1983.

83-08 Cowell, D.W. and G.M. Wickware. Preliminary analyses of soil chemical and physical properties, Turkey Lakes Watershed, Algoma, Ontario. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 83-08, 25 pp, 1983.

83-09 Kusmirski, R.T. and D.W. Cowell. Mineralogy of subsoil samples, Turkey Lakes Watershed, Ontario. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 83-09, 30 pp, 1983.

83-10 Jeffries, D.S. and R.G. Semkin. Changes in snowpack, stream, and lake chemistry during snowmelt in the Turkey Lakes Watershed. VDI-Berichte 500: 377-386, 1983.

83-11 Jeffries D.S., R.G. Semkin, R. Neureuther, and M.D. Jones. Data Report: Major ion composition of lakes in the Turkey Lakes Watershed (January 1980-May 1982). Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 83-11, 9 pp. (+ 5 Tables), 1983.

83-12 Booty, W.G. Watershed acidification model and the soil acid neutralization capacity concept. Ph.D. Thesis, Dept. of Geology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, 194 pp, 1983.

83-13 Foster, N.W., J.A. Nicolson, and I.K. Morrison. Acid deposition and element cycling in eastern North America forests. Proc. Conf. on Acid Rain and For. Resourc., Quebec City, 1983. (see 91-07)

83-14 Wickware, G.M. and D.W. Cowell. Forest ecosystem classification of the Turkey Lakes Watershed, Ontario. Can. Dep. Environ., Environ. Cons. Serv., Lands Dir., Eco. Land. Class. Ser. No 18, 33 pp. (+ Map), 1985.

83-15 VanLoon, G.W., G.K. Rutherford, and A.B. Stewart. The degeneration effects of acid precipitation on two important eastern Canadian forest soils. Final Report, DSS Contract ISU80-00350, 336 pp, 1983.

83-16 Nicolson, J.A. Ion movement in terrestrial basins in the Turkey Lakes Forest Watershed. Proc. Conf. on Acid Rain and For. Resourc., Quebec City, 1983. (see 91-04)

83-17 Foster, N.W. and J.A. Nicolson. Ion transfer through a tolerant hardwood canopy, Turkey Lakes Watershed, Ontario. Proc. Conf. Acid Rain and For. Resourc., Quebec City, 1983. (see 91-05)

83-18 Morrison, I.K. Biomass and macroelements in a tolerant hardwood stand, Turkey Lakes Watershed, Ontario. Proc. Conf. Acid Rain and For. Resourc., Quebec City, 1983. (see 91-03)

83-19 Maguire, R.J., Y.K. Chau, G.A. Bengert, E.J. Hale, P.T.S. Wong and O. Kramar. Occurrence of organotin compounds in Ontario lakes and rivers. Environ. Sci. Technol., 16(10): 698-702, 1982.

83-20 Maguire, R.J. Butyltin compounds and inorganic tin in sediments in Ontario. Environ. Sci. Technol., 18: 291-294, 1984.

83-21 Craig, D., and L.M. Johnston. Turkey Lakes groundwater study: aquifer materials and hydrogeological instrumentation. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 83-21, 20 pp, 1983.

83-22 Craig, D., L.M. Johnston, and D.J. Bottomley. Acid precipitation and groundwater: an overview of potential problems in eastern Canada. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 83-22, 12 pp, 1983.

83-23 Bottomley, D.J., D. Craig, and L.M. Johnston. Neutralization of acid runoff by groundwater discharge to streams in Canadian Precambrian Shield watersheds. J. Hydrol. 75: 1-16, 1984.

83-24 Foster, N.W., I.K. Morrison, and J.A. Nicolson. Acid precipitation - forest ecosystem studies at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. For. Res. Newsl., GLFRC, 8 pp, Summer 1983.

83-25 Duthie, H.C. and P.M. McKee. Lake sediment core analysis - LRTAP - Algoma Calibrated Watershed. Final Report, DSS Contract OSE80-00147, Beak Consultants, Mississauga, Ont., 223 pp, 1983.

83-26 Bendell, B.E., D.K. McNicol, and R.K. Ross. Effects of acidic precipitation on waterfowl populations in northern Ontario. II. Fish community associations in small lakes in the Ranger Lake area, their relationships to chemical and physiographical variables, and their implications for waterfowl productivity. Canadian Wildlife Service Ontario Region, LRTAP program. 56p, 3 append., May 1983.

84-01 Jeffries, D.S., R.G. Semkin, and R. Neureuther. Data Report: Lake outflow hydrology (1980-1983). Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 84-01, 30 pp, 1987.

84-02 Nriagu, J.O., and Y.K. Soon. Arylsulphatase activity in polluted lake sediments. Environ. Pollut. Ser. B., 8: 143-153, 1984.

84-03 Durham, R.W., and S.R. Joshi. Lead-210 dating of sediments from some northern Ontario lakes. In: W.C. Mahaney (ed.), Quaternary dating methods, Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam, 75-85, 1984.

84-04 Dermott, R.M. The benthic fauna in the lakes of the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 84-04, 15 pp. (+ Tables and Figures), 1984.

84-05 Semkin, R.G., D.S. Jeffries, and R. Neureuther. Relationships between hydrological conditions and the ionic composition of stream waters in the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Proc. Can. Hydrol. Symp., Quebec City, 109-122, 1984.

84-06 Lam, D.C.L., A.G. Bobba, D.S. Jeffries, and J.R.M. Kelso. Relationship of spatial gradients of production, buffering capacity, and hydrology in Turkey Lakes Watershed. ASTM STP 928: 42-53, 1986.

84-07 Bobba, A.G., and D.C.L. Lam. Application of linearly distributed surface runoff model for watershed acidification problems. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 84-07, 17 pp, 1984.

84-08 Lam, D.C.L., and A.G. Bobba. Modelling watershed runoff and basin acidification. In: Johansson, I. (ed.), Hydrological and hydrogeochemical mechanisms and model approaches to the acidification of ecological systems, NHP-Report No. 10, Internat. Hydrol. Program (IHP) Workshop, Uppsala, Sweden, 205-216, 1985.

84-09 Delorme, L.D. Preliminary summary: analyses of inferred pH determinations using fossil diatoms from the lakes of the Algoma calibrated watershed. Turkey Lakes Watershed Unpublished Report No. 84-09, 18 pp, 1984.

84-10 Morrison, I.K. Acid rain, forests and forestry. In: Stone, E.L. (ed.), Forest Soils and Treatment Impacts, Proc. Sixth N. Amer. For. Soils Conf., 1983, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, 209-219, 1984.

84-11 Morrison, I.K. Acid rain: a review of literature on acid deposition effects in forest ecosystems. Forestry Abstracts 45(8): 483-506, 1984.

84-12 Foster, N.W., and J.A. Nicolson. Acid precipitation and water quality within a tolerant hardwood stand and soil. Proc. Int. For. Congress, Quebec City, 337-342, 1984.

84-13 Foster, N.W. Neutralization of acid precipitation within a deciduous forest. Proc. TAPPI Res. and Dev. Conf., Appleton, Wisconsin, 143-148, 1984.

84-14 Nicolson, J.A. Ion concentrations in precipitation and streamwater in an Algoma Maple-Birch forest. Proc. Can. Hydrol. Symp., Quebec City, 125-135, 1984.

84-15 Booty, W.G. and J.R. Kramer. Sensitivity analysis of a watershed acidification model. Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. London. 305B: 441-449, 1984.

84-16 Kelso, J.R.M. and J.M. Gunn. Responses of fish communities to acidic waters in Ontario. In: Hendry, G.R. (ed.), Early biotic responses to advancing lake acidification, Butterworth Publishers, Boston, Mass, 105-115, 1984.

84-17 Barrie, L.A., H.A. Wiebe, and K. Anlauf. Canadian Air and Precipitation Monitoring Network (APN): 1982. Atmos. Environ. Serv. Rep., ARQB-84-005-T, 9 pp (+9 Appendices), 1984.

84-18 McNicol, D.K., and S. Laframboise. Effects of acidic precipitation on waterfowl populations in northern Ontario. III. Assessment of age class and condition indices among non-game fish species collected in headwater lakes in the Ranger Lake area, in relation to lake acidification and fish community structure. Canadian Wildlife Service Ontario Region,LRTAP program. 53pp, July 1984.

85-01 Delorme, L.D. Specific gravity determinations of sediments on nine cores from the Turkey Lakes Calibrated Watershed. Nat. Wat. Res. Inst. Tech. Note AED-85-1. Burlington, Ontario, 14 pp, 1985.

85-02 Foster, N.W. Neutralization of acid precipitation within a maple-birch ecosystem. TAPPI Journal 68(8): 104-106, 1985.

85-03 Foster, N.W. Acid precipitation and soil solution chemistry within a maple-birch forest in Canada. Forest Ecol. and Managem. 12: 215-231, 1985.

85-04 Morrison, I.K. Effect of crown position on foliar concentrations of 11 elements in Acer saccharum and Betula Alleghaniensis trees on a till soil. Can. J. For. Res. 15: 179- 183, 1985.

85-05 Hern, J.A., G.K. Rutherford, and G.W. vanLoon. Chemical and pedogenetic effects of simulated acid precipitation on two eastern Canadian forest soils. I. Non-metals. Can. J. For. Res. 15(5): 839-847, 1985.

85-06 Rutherford, G.K., G.W. vanLoon, S.F. Mortensen, and J.A. Hern. Chemical and pedogenetic effects of simulated acid precipitation on two eastern Canadian forest soils. II. Metals. Can. J. For. Res. 15(5): 848-854, 1985.

85-07 Hay, G.W., J.H. James, and G.W. VanLoon. Solubilization effects of simulated acid rain on the organic matter of forest soils: preliminary results. Soil Science 139: 422-430, 1985.

85-08 Johnston, L.M., D. Craig, and D.J. Bottomley. Interaction des pluies acides et des eaux souterraines. Sciences et Techniques de l'Eau 18(2): 165-167, 1985.

85-09 Elliott, H. Geophysical survey to determine overburden thickness in selected areas within the Turkey Lakes Basin, Algoma District, Ont. Nat. Hydrol. Res. Inst. Unpublished Rept. Series, 4 pp. (+ Figures), 1985.

85-10 Boregowda, S., and G.G. Patry. Modelling of watershed acidification, Turkey Lakes Watershed. Final Report, DSS Contract 02SE.KW405-4-1662, McMaster University, Dept. Civil Eng., 55 pp. (+ Appendices), 1985.

85-11 Dermott, R.M. Benthic fauna in a series of lakes displaying a gradient of pH. Hydrobiologia 128: 31-38, 1985.

85-12 Nriagu, J.O., and Y.K. Soon. Distribution and isotopic composition of sulfur in lake sediments of northern Ontario. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 49: 823-834, 1985.

85-13 Kelso, J.R.M. Standing stock and production of fish in a cascading system on the Canadian Shield. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 42(7): 1315-1320, 1985.

85-14 Wiebe, H.A. R.J. Vet, L.A. Barrie, and K. Anlauf. Canadian Air and Precipitation Monitoring Network (APN) Final Data Report December 1982-1983. Atmos. Environ. Serv. Rep. ARQB-85-008-T, 7 pp (+ 8 Appendices), 1985.

85-15 Edwards, T.W.D. and S.K. Frape. Studies of natural gases and trace metals in the sediments of Little Turkey Lake, Algoma District, Ontario. Unpublished Manuscript, U. of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ont. 36p, 1985.

86-01 Delorme, L.D., H.C. Duthie, S. R. Esterby, S. Smith, and N.S. Harper. Prehistoric inferred pH changes in Batchawana Lake, Ontario from sedimentary diatom assemblages. Arch. Hydrobiol. 108(1): 1-22, 1986.

86-02 Delorme, L.D., S.R. Esterby, H.C. Duthie, and N.S. Harper. Sedimentary diatom analysis from the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Nat. Wat. Res. Inst. Contribution No. 86-71, Burlington, Ontario, 72 pp. (+ 4 Appendices), 1986.

86-03 Bottomley, D.J., D. Craig and L.M. Johnston. Oxygen-18 studies of snowmelt runoff in a small Precambrian Shield watershed: implications for streamwater acidification in acid-sensitive terrain. J. Hydrol. 88: 213-234, 1986.

86-04 Burnison, B.K., S.S. Rao, A.A. Jurkovic and D.J. Nuttley. Sediment microbial activity in acidic and non-acidic lakes, Wat. Pollut. Res. J. Can. 21(4): 560-571, 1986.

86-05 Wong, P.T.S., H. Shear, Y.K. Chau, C. Nalewajko, and S. Rhamey. Ultra-clean techniques in assessing the effects of metals on phytoplankton. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. No. 1462, 75-94, 1986.

86-06 Semkin, R.G., and D.S. Jeffries. Bulk deposition of ions in the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Wat. Pollut. Res. J. Can. 21(4): 474-485, 1986.

86-07 Lam, D.C.L. Computer simulation of watershed acidification. Nat. Wat. Res. Inst., Contribution No. 86-12, Burlington, Ontario, 5 pp, 1986.

86-08 Johnson, M.G., L.R. Culp, and S.E. George. Temporal and spatial trends in metal loadings to sediments of the Turkey Lakes, Ontario. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 43(4): 754- 762, 1986.

86-09 Kelso, J.R.M., C.K. Minns, J.H. Lipsit and D.S. Jeffries. Headwater lake chemistry during the spring freshet in north-central Ontario. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 29: 245-259, 1986.

86-10 Schiff, S.L., and R.F. Anderson. Alkalinity production in epilimnetic sediments: acidic and non-acidic lakes. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 31: 941-948, 1986.

86-11 Foster, N.W., and J.A. Nicolson. Trace elements in the hydrologic cycle of a tolerant hardwood forest ecosystem. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 31: 501-508, 1986.

86-12 Foster, N.W., I.K. Morrison, and J.A. Nicolson. Acidic deposition and ion leaching from podzolic soil under hardwood forest. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 31: 879-889, 1986.

86-13 Morrison, I.K., and G.D. Hogan. Trace element distribution within the tree phytomass and forest floor of a tolerant hardwood stand, Algoma, Ontario. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 31: 493-500, 1986.

86-14 English, M.C., D.S. Jeffries, N.W. Foster, and R.G. Semkin. A preliminary assessment of the chemical and hydrological interaction of acidic snowmelt water with the terrestrial portion of a Canadian Shield catchment. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 31: 27-34, 1986.

86-15 Lam, D.C.L., S. Boregowda, A.G. Bobba, D.S. Jeffries, and G.G. Patry. Interfacing hydrological and hydrogeochemical models for simulating streamwater chemistry in the Turkey Lakes Watershed, Canada. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 31: 149-154, 1986.

86-16 Bobba, A.G., D.C.L. Lam, D.S. Jeffries, D. Bottomley, J.Y. Charette, P.J. Dillon, and L. Logan. Modelling the hydrological regimes in acidified watersheds. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 31: 155-164, 1986.

86-17 Semkin, R.G., and D.S. Jeffries. Storage and release of major ionic components from the snowpack in the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 31: 215-222, 1986.

86-18 Summers, P.W., V.C. Bowersox, and G.J. Stensland. The geographical distribution and temporal variations of acidic deposition in eastern North America. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 31: 523-536, 1986.

86-19 Barrie, L.A., and A. Sirois. Wet and dry deposition of sulphates and nitrates in eastern Canada: 1979-1982. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 30: 303-310, 1986.

86-20 Jeffries, D.S., R.G. Semkin, R. Neureuther, M. Seymour, and J.A. Nicolson. Influence of atmospheric deposition on lake mass balances in the Turkey Lakes Watershed, Central Ontario. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 30: 1033-1044, 1986.

86-21 Dermott, R., J.R.M. Kelso, and A. Douglas. The benthic fauna of 41 acid sensitive headwater lakes in north central Ontario. Wat. Air. Soil Pollut. 28: 283-292, 1986.

86-22 Morrison, I.K. and N.W. Foster. Effects of acidic deposition on nutrient cycling in northern hardwood forests. In: Mroz, G.D. and D.D. Reed (eds.), Proc. Conf. Northern Hardwood Resource: Management and Potential, Houghton, Michigan, 139-155, 1986.

86-23 Vet. R.J., W.B. Sukloff, M.E. Still, and R. Gilbert. Canadian Air and Precipitation Monitoring Network (CAPMoN) Precipitation Chemistry Data Summary 1983-1984. Atmos. Environ. Serv. Rep AQRB-86-001-M, 544 pp, 1986.

86-24 Blancher, P.J. and D.K. McNicol. Investigations into the effects of acid precipitation on wetland-dwelling wildlife in Northeastern Ontario. Technical Report Series #2, Canadian Wildlife Service, Ontario Region.

86-25 McNicol, D.K. and P.J. Blancher. Breeding waterfowl as indicators of aquatic ecosystem acidification in wetlands of northeastern Ontario. Canadian Wildlife Service Ontario Region. Proceedings of Workshop on Birds as Bio-Indicators of Environmental Conditions, 19th World I.C.B.P. Conference, Kingston Ontario. 38pp., June 1986.

87-01 Nriagu, J.O., D.A. Holdway, and R.D. Coker. Biogenic sulfur and the acidity of rainfall in remote areas of Canada. Science 237: 1189-1192, 1987.

87-02 Joshi, S.R. Early Canadian results in the long-range transport of Chernobyl radioactivity. Sci. Total Environ. 63: 125-137, 1987.

87-03 Nicolson, J.A., D. Craig, and N.W. Foster. Precipitation, surface and subsurface water chemistry in a tolerant hardwood forest basin. Proc. Internat. Symp. Acidification and Water Pathways, Bolkesjo, Norway, 91-100, 1987.

87-04 Nicolson, J.A. Contributions of acid deposition to streamwater chemistry in three Precambrain Shield basins. Proc. Symp. Forest Hydrology and Watershed Management, Vancouver, B.C. IAHS-AISH Publ. No. 167, 89-98, 1987.

87-05 Johnston, L.M., and D. Craig. Status report: Ground water studies in the acid rain program. Nat. Hydrol. Res. Inst. Contribution No. 87-022, 20 pp, 1987.

87-06 Damsleth, E., D.C.L. Lam, A.H. El-Shaarawi, and R.F. Wright. Time series analysis of water chemistry in Canada and Norway. Nat. Wat. Res. Inst. Contribution No. 87-109, Burlington, Ont., 34 pp. (+ Appendix), 1987.

87-07 Moyes, J.C. Land use change evaluation of Canadian LRTAP calibrated watersheds. Environment Canada, Inland Waters/Lands Directorate, Working Paper No. 51, 111 pp, 1987.

87-08 NcNicol, D.K., B.E. Bendell, and R.K. Ross. Studies of the effects of acidification on aquatic wildlife in Canada: Waterfowl and trophic relationships in small lakes in northern Ontario. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper No. 62, Ottawa, Ont., 76 pp, 1987.

87-09 Jeffries, D.S., and R.G. Semkin. Variations in ion budgets within a chain of lakes, central Ontario, Canada. Proc. Internat. Symp. on Geochemistry and Monitoring of Representative Basins, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 19-21, 1987.

87-10 Jeffries, D.S., R.G. Semkin, and M.C. English. Integrated snowmelt studies in the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Proc. Internat. Symp. on Acidification and Water Pathways, Bolkesjo, Norway, Vol. 2, 199-208, 1987.

87-11 English, M.D., R.G. Semkin, D.S. Jeffries, P.W. Hazlett, and N. Foster. Methodology for investigation of snowmelt hydrology and chemistry within an undisturbed Canadian Shield watershed. In: Jones, H.G. and W.J. Orville-Thomas (eds.), Seasonal snowcovers; physics, chemistry, hydrology. D. Reidel Publishing Co., Dordrecht, Holland, 467-499, 1987.

87-12 Semkin, R.G., D.S. Jeffries, R. Neureuther, and M.D. Seymour. Data report: major ion composition and instantaneous discharge of stream waters in the Turkey Lakes Watershed. January 1980 to May 1986. Nat. Wat. Res. Inst. Contribution #88-03 4 pp. (+ Tables and Appendices), 1987.

87-13 Semkin, R.G., D.S. Jeffries, R. Neureuther, and M.D. Seymour. Data report: major ion composition of lake waters in the Turkey Lakes Watershed January 1980 to May 1986. Nat. Wat. Res. Inst. Contribution 87-168, 6 pp. (+ Tables and Appendices), 1987.

87-14 Thacker, D.J., G.K. Rutherford, and G.W. vanLoon. The effects of simulated acid precipitation in the surface horizons of two eastern Canadian forest Podzol soils. Can. J. For. Res. 17: 1138-1143, 1987.

87-15 Foster, N.W. Assessing the effects of regional air pollutants on forest ecosystems in Ontario. For. Res. Newsl., GLFC, 3-6, Fall 1987.

87-16 Bendell, B.E., and D.K. McNicol. Fish predation, lake acidity and the composition of aquatic insect assemblages. Hydrobiologia, 150: 193-202, 1987.

87-17 Bendell, B.E., and D.K. McNicol. Cyprinid assemblages, and the physical and chemical characteristics of small northern Ontario lakes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 19: 229-234, 1987.

87-18 Blancher, P.J., and D.K. McNicol. Peatland water chemistry in central Ontario in relation to acid deposition. Wat Air Soil Pollut 35: 217-232, 1987.

87-19 McNicol, D.K., P.J. Blancher, and B.E. Bendell. Waterfowl as indicators of wetland acidification in Ontario. ICBP Technical Publication 6, 149-166, 1987.

88-01 Joshi, S.R. The fallout of Chernobyl radioactivity in Central Ontario, Canada. J. Environ. Radioactivity 6: 203-211, 1988.

88-02 Kelso, J.R.M., and D.S. Jeffries. Response of headwater lakes to varying atmospheric deposition in north-central Ontario, 1979-1985. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 45: 1905-1911, 1988.

88-03 Jeffries, D.S., and W.H. Hendershot. Aluminum geochemistry at the catchment scale in watersheds influenced by acidic precipitation. In: Sposito, G. (ed.), Environmental chemistry of aluminum, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 279-302, 1989.

88-04 Sirois, A. and L.A. Barrie. An estimate of the importance of dry deposition as a pathway from the atmosphere to the biosphere in eastern Canada. Tellus 40B: 59-80, 1988.

88-05 Craig, D. and L.M. Johnston. Acidification of shallow groundwaters during the spring melt period. Nordic Hydrol., 19: 89-98, 1988.

88-06 Jeffries, D.S., I.K. Morrison, and J.R.M. Kelso. The Turkey Lakes Watershed Study. Proc. Can. Hydrol. Symp. No. 17, Banff, Alta., 117-126, 1988.

88-07 Kelso, J.R.M. Fish community structure, biomass, and production in the Turkey Lakes Watershed, Ontario. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 115-120, 1988.

88-08 Dermott, R.M. Zoobenthic distribution and biomass in Turkey Lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 108-114, 1988.

88-09 Sirois, A. and R.J. Vet. Detailed analysis of sulphate and nitrate atmospheric deposition estimates at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 14-25, 1988.

88-10 Vet, R.J., A. Sirois, D.S. Jeffries, R.G. Semkin, N.W. Foster, P. Hazlett, and C.H. Chan. A comparison of bulk, wet-only and wet-plus-dry deposition measurements at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 26-37, 1988.

88-11 Chew, H., L.M. Johnston, D. Craig, and K. Inch. Aluminum contamination of groundwater: spring melt in Chalk River and Turkey Lakes Watersheds -- preliminary results. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 66-71, 1988.

88-12 Lam, D.C.L., A.G. Bobba, D.S. Jeffries, and D. Craig. Modelling stream chemistry for the Turkey Lakes Watershed: comparison with 1981-1984 data. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 72-80, 1988.

88-13 Bobba, A.G. and D.C.L. Lam. Application of a hydrological model to the acidified Turkey Lakes Watershed. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 81-87, 1988.

88-14 Craig, D. and L.M. Johnston. Acid precipitation and groundwater chemistry at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 59-65, 1988.

88-15 Foster, N.W. and J.A. Nicolson. Acid deposition and nutrient leaching from deciduous vegetation and podzolic soils at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 96-100, 1988.

88-16 Nicolson, J.A. Water and chemical budgets for terrestrial basins at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 88-95, 1988.

88-17 Hogan, G.D. and I.K. Morrison. Distribution of trace metals within the above ground phytomass of Acer saccharum Marsh, and Betula alleghaniensis Britt. at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 101-106, 1988.

88-18 Kelso, J.R.M. and J.H. Lipsit. Young-of-the-year fish community in nine lakes, varying in pH, on the Canadian Shield. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 121-126, 1988.

88-19 Kwain, W. and J.R.M. Kelso. Risk to salmonids of water quality in the Turkey Lakes Watershed as determined by bioassay. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 127-135, 1988.

88-20 Johnson, M.G. and D.B. McNeil. Fossil midge associations in relation to trophic and acidic state of the Turkey Lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 136-144, 1988.

88-21 Johnson, M.G., J.R.M. Kelso, and S.E. George. Loadings of organochlorine contaminants and trace elements to two Ontario lake systems and their concentrations in fish. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 170-178, 1988.

88-22 Morris, J.R. and W. Kwain. Sediment pH in profundal core samples from the Turkey Lakes, Algoma, Ontario. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 155-158, 1988.

88-23 Morris, J.R. and W. Kwain. A study of metal accumulation trends in sediment cores from the Turkey lakes (Algoma, Ontario.) Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 145-154, 1988.

88-24 Jensen, M.J., N.K. Kaushik, P.T.S. Wong, and J.B. Robinson. The effect of acid precipitation on microbial decomposition precesses in sediment from streams in Turkey Lake watershed. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 159-169, 1988.

88-25 Semkin, R.G. and D.S. Jeffries. Chemistry of atmospheric deposition, the snowpack, and snowmelt in the Turkey Lakes watershed. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 38-46, 1988.

88-26 Jeffries, D.S., R.G. Semkin, R. Neureuther, and M.D. Seymour. Ion mass budgets for lakes in the Turkey Lakes watershed, June 1981 - May 1983. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 26-37, 1988.

88-27 Jeffries, D.S., J.R.M. Kelso, and I.K. Morrison. Physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of the Turkey Lakes watershed, central Ontario, Canada. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45(Suppl 1): 3-12, 1988.

88-28 Johnston, L.M., and D. Craig. Turkey Lakes Watershed Study: hydrogeological instrumentation and aquifer materials (updated 1986). Nat. Hydrol. Res. Inst. Unpubl. Rep., Contribution No. 87-004, 6 pp,. (+ Figures and Tables), 1987.

88-29 Jeffries, D.S. Snowpack storage of pollutants, release during melting, and impact on receiving surface waters. In: Norton, S.A., Lindberg, S.E. and Page, A.L. (eds), Acid Precipitation, Vol. 4: Soils, Aquatic Processes, and Lake Acidification, Springer-Verlag, 107-132. 1990.

88-30 Vet, R.J., W.B. Sukloff, M.E. Still, J.B. Martin, W.R. Kobelka, and A. Gaudenzi. Canadian Air and Precipitaion Monitoring Network (CAPMoN) Precipitation Chemistry Data Summary 1985. Atmos. Environ. Serv. Rep. AQRB-88-01, 482 pp, 1988.

88-31 Vet, R.J., W.B. Sukloff, M.E. Still, J.B. Martin, W.F. Kobelka, and A.J. Gaudenzi. Canadian Air and Precipitation Monitoring Network (CAPMoN) Precipitation Chemistry Data Summary 1986. Atmos. Environ. Serv. Rep. AQRB-88-02, 468 pp, 1988.

88-32 Hern, J.A., G.K. Rutherford, and G.W. vanLoon. Effects of simulated acid rain on the cation exchange capacities of two Podzolic soils, Canada. Geoderma 42: 105-114, 1988.

88-33 Hazlett, P.W., and N.W. Foster. Sources of acidity in forest-floor percolate from a maple-birch ecosystem. Wat. Air Soil Pollut.46: 87-97, 1989.

88-34 Foster, N.W. Influence of seasonal temperature on nitrogen and sulfur mineralization/immobilization in a maple-birch forest floor in central Ontario. Can. J. Soil Sci. 69: 501-514, 1989.

88-35 Foster, N.W., P.W. Hazlett, J.A. Nicolson, and I.K. Morrison. Ion leaching from a sugar maple forest in response to acidic deposition and nitrification. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 48: 251-261, 1989.

88-36 Foster, N.W., J.A. Nicolson, and P.W. Hazlett. Temporal variation in nitrate and nutrient cations in drainage waters from a deciduous forest. J. Environ. Qual.18(2): 238- 244, 1989.

89-01 Jeffries, D.S., D.C. Lam, A.G. Bobba, and W.G.Booty. Modelling acidifcation processes in remote lakes. Proc. CEC Workshop on Acidification Processes in Remote Mountain Lakes, Pallanza Italy, 73-82, 1989.

89-02 Semkin, R.G., D.S. Jeffries, R. Neureuther, and M.D. Seymour. Major ion chemistry of the pre-melt snowpack, Turkey Lakes Watershed. Proc. Eastern Snow Conf., Quebec City. 277-281, 1989.

89-03 Foster, N.W. Acidic deposition: what is fact, what is speculation, what is needed? Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 48: 299-306, 1989.

89-04 Damsleth E., and A.H. El-Shaarawi. ARMA models with double-exponentially distributed noise. J. Roy. Statist. Soc. B, 5(1): 61-69, 1989.

89-05 Johnston, L.M., and D. Craig. Groundwater and acid rain. Nat. Hydrol. Res. Inst. Contribution No. 89032, 8pp, 1989.

89-06 Hogan, G.D., and N.W. Foster. Precipitation acidity and foliar cation loss from sugar maple. In: Boudreault, G. and G.B. Allard, ed., Atelier sur le déperissement dans les érablieres. Centre de recherche acericole, St.- Hyacinthe, Quebec: 24-28, 1989.

89-07 Kelso, J.R.M, and B.J. Shuter. Validity of the removal method for fish population estimation in a small lake. North Amer. J. Fish. Management 9: 471-476, 1989.

89-08 Vet, R.J., W.B. Sukloff, M.E. Still, C.S. McNair, J.B. Martin, W.F. Kobelka, and A.J. Gaudenzi. Canadian Air and Precipitation Monitoring Network (CAPMoN) Precipitation Chemistry Data Summary 1987. Atmos. Environ. Serv. Rep ARD-89-1, 451 pp, 1989.

89-09 Harrison, R.B., D.W. Johnson, D.E. Todd. Sulfate adsorption and desorption reversibility in a variety of forest soils. J. Environ. Qual. 18: 419-426, 1989.

90-01 Hazlett, P.W., M.C. English, and N.W. Foster. A volume recorder for lysimeter waters. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 54: 1503-1505, 1990.

90-02 Morrison, I.K. Organic matter and mineral distribution in an old-growth Acer saccherum forest near the northern limit of its range. Can. J. For. Res. 20: 1332-1342, 1990.

90-03 Kelso, J.R.M., M.A. Shaw, C.K. Minns, and K.H. Mills. An evaluation of the effects of atmospheric acidic deposition on fish and the fishery resource of Canada. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 47: 644-655, 1990.

90-04 Johnson, M.G., J.R.M. Kelso, O.C. McNeil, and W.B. Morton. Fossil midge associations and the historical status of fish in acidified lakes. J. Paleolimnol. 3: 113-127, 1990.

90-05 Federal/Provincial Research and Monitoring Coordinating Comittee. The 1990 Canadian long-range transport of air pollutants and acid deposition assessment report, Part 3: Atmospheric Sciences, 362 pp, 1990.

90-06 Federal/Provincial Research and Monitoring Coordinating Comittee. The 1990 Canadian long-range transport of air pollutants and acid deposition assessment report, Part 4: Aquatic Effects, 151 pp, 1990.

90-07 Federal/Provincial Research and Monitoring Coordinating Comittee. The 1990 Canadian long-range transport of air pollutants and acid deposition assessment report, Part 5: Terrestrial Effects, 105 pp, 1990.

90-08 Bobba, A.G., and D.C.L. Lam. Hydrological modeling of acidified Canadian watersheds. Ecological Modelling 50: 5-32, 1990.

90-09 Bobba, A.G., D.C. Lam, W.G. Booty, D.S. Jeffries, and R.L. Thomas. Stochastic analysis of acid shocks generated by mixed hydrological processes. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 53: 239-250, 1990.

91-01 Morrison, I.K. Addition of organic matter and elements to the forest floor of an old growth Acer saccharum forest in the annual litter fall. Can. J. For. Res. 21: 462-468, 1991.

91-02 Morrison, I.K. Effect of trap dimensions on mass of litterfall collected in an Acer saccharum stand in northern Ontario. Can. J. For. Res. 21: 939-941, 1991.

91-03 Morrison, I.K. Biomass and macroelements in a tolerant hardwood stand, Turkey Lakes Watershed, Ontario. In: Robitaille, G. and P.J. Rennie, (eds.), Effect of acid rain on forest resources. Proc. Conf. 14-17 June 1983, Sainte-Foy, Que. For. Can., Ottawa, Ont. Inf. Rep. DPC-X-35, 508-516, 1991. (See 83-18).

91-04 Nicolson, J.A. Ion movement in terrestrial basins in the Turkey Lakes forest watershed. In: Robitaille, G., and P.J. Rennie, (eds.), Effect of acid rain on forest resources. Proc.Conf. 14-17 June 1983, Sainte Foy, Que. For. Can., Inf. Rep. DPC-X-35, 526-531, 1991. (See 83-16).

91-05 Foster, N.W., and J.A. Nicolson. Ion transfer through a tolerant hardwood canopy, Turkey Lakes watershed, Ontario. In: Rennie, P.J., and G. Robitaille, (eds.), Effect of acid rain on forest resources. Proc.Conf. 14-17 June 1983, Sainte Foy, Que. For.Can., Inf. Rep. DPC-X-35, 419-427, 1991. (See 83-17).

91-06 Foster, N.W. and P.W. Hazlett. The influence of reductions in atmospheric sulphate deposition on ion leaching from podzolic soils under hardwood forest. In: Longhurst, J.W.S., (Ed.), Acid deposition. Origins, impacts and abatement strategies. Springer- Verlag, New York, 179-191, 1991.

91-07 Foster, N.W., J.A. Nicolson, and I.K. Morrison. Acid deposition and element cycling in Eastern North American forests. In: Rennie, P.J., and G. Robitaille, (Eds.), Effect of acid rain on forest resources. Proc. Conf. 14-17 June 1983, Sainte-Foy, Que. For. Can. Inf. Rep. DPC-X-35, 251-265, 1991. (See 83-13).

91-08 Kelso, J.R.M., and M.G. Johnson. Factors related to the biomass and production of fish communities in small, oligotrophic lakes vulnerable to acidification. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 48: 2523-2532, 1991.

91-09 Anon. "The three year report" on results from the International Co-operative Program on Assessment and Monitoring of Acidification of Rivers and Lakes 1987-1989. ICP Prog. Centre Report, Norwegian Institute for Water Research, Oslo, Norway. 205pp, 1991.

91-10 Scheuhammer, A.M. Effects of acidification on the availability of toxic metals and calcium to wild birds and mammals. Environ. Pollut. 71: 329-375,1991.

92-01 Kelso, J.R.M., M.A. Shaw, and D.S. Jeffries. Contemporary (1979-1988) and inferred historical status of headwater lakes in North Central Ontario, Canada. Environ. Pollut. 78: 65-71, 1992.

92-02 Booty, W.G., A.G. Bobba, D.C.L. Lam and D.S. Jeffries. Application of four watershed acidification models to Batchawana Watershed, Canada. Environ. Pollut. 77: 243-252, 1992.

92-03 Hazlett, P.W., M.C. English, and N.W. Foster. Ion enrichment of snowmelt water by processes within a podzolic soil. J. Environ. Qual. 21(1): 102-109, 1992.

92-04 Smith, G.K.M, N.W. Foster, P.W. Hazlett, I.K. Morrison, and J.A. Nicolson. Mortality, climate and air pollution cause nitrogen imbalance in a tolerant hardwood forest soil. Forestry Canada, Ont. Region, Frontline Tech. Note No. 10, 4pp., 1992.

92-05 Foster, N.W., M.J. Mitchell, I.K. Morrison, and J.P. Shepard. Cycling of acid and base cations in deciduous stands of Huntington Forest, New York, and Turkey Lakes, Ontario. Can. J. For. Res. 22: 167-174, 1992.

92-06 Smith, G.K.M., N.W. Foster, P.W. Hazlett, I.K. Morrison, and J.A. Nicolson. Acid rain increases nutrient leaching in a tolerant hardwood forest soil. Forestry Canada, Ont. Region, Frontline Tech. Note No. 12, 1992.

92-07 Morrison, I.K., N.W. Foster, and J.A. Nicolson. Influence of acid deposition on element cycling in mature sugar maple forest, Algoma, Canada. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 61: 243-252, 1992.

92-08 Mitchell, M.J., N.W. Foster, J.P. Shepard, and I.K. Morrison. Nutrient cycling in Huntington Forest and Turkey Lakes deciduous stands: nitrogen and sulfur. Can. J. For. Res. 22: 457-464, 1992.

92-09 Foster, N.W., I.K. Morrison, X. Yin, and P.A. Arp. Impact of soil water deficits in a mature sugar maple forest: stand biogeochemistry. Can J. For. Res. 22: 1753-1760, 1992.

92-10 Shaw, M.A., S. Geiling, S. Barbour, I.J. Davies, E.A. Hamilton, A. Kemp, R. Reid, P.M. Ryan, N. Watson, and W. White. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans national LRTAP biomonitoring programme: site location, physical and chemical characteristics. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 1875: 87 pp, 1992.

92-11 Nihlgård, B., J. Cerny, H. Hultberg, D. Jeffries, A. Jenkins, T. Paces, and G. Söderman. Evaluation of integrated monitoring in terrestrial reference areas of Europe and North America, The pilot program 1989-1991. Environment Data Centre Report, National Board of Waters and the Environment, Helsinki 1992. 60 pp, 1992.

92-12 Raynal, D.J., N.W. Foster, M.J. Mitchell, and D.W. Johnson. Regional evaluations of acidic deposition effects on forests: eastern hardwoods. In: Johnson, D.W., and S.E. Lindberg, (eds), Atmospheric deposition and forest nutrient cycling. Springer-Verlag, New York, 526-534, 1992.

92-13 Van Miegroet, H, D.W. Cole, and N.W. Foster. Nitrogen distribution and cycling. In: Johnson, D.W., and S.E. Lindberg, (eds), Atmospheric Deposition and forest nutrient cycling. Springer-Verlag, New York, 178-199, 1992.

92-14 Hogan, G.D. Physiological effects of direct impact of acidic deposition on foliage. Agric. Ecosystems Environ. 42: 307-319, 1992.

92-15 Sirois, A., and W. Fricke. Regionally representative daily air concentrations of acidrelated substances in Canada; 1983-1987. Atmos. Environ. 26a(4): 593-607, 1992.

92-16 Arp, P.A., and T. Oja. Acid sulfate/nitrate loading of forest soils: Forest biomass and nutrient cycling modelling. In: Grennfelt, P. and E. Thörnelöf (eds.), Proc. Workshop on Critical Loads for Nitrogen, Lökeberg, Sweden, April 6-10, 1992, 307-357 (incl. appendix).

92-17 Jeffries, D.S. A freshwater perspective on ecological monitoring in Canada: the example of the LRTAP Program. Proc. of the SOE Workshop on Ecological Monitoring, Occasional Paper Series #1, Toronto, ON, May 1992. 44-47, 1992.

92-18 Shaw, M.A. and J.R.M. Kelso. Environmental factors influencing zooplankton species composition of lakes in north-central Ontario, Canada. Hydrobiologia, 241: 141- 154, 1992.

92-19 Blancher, P.J., D.K. McNicol, R.K. Ross, C.H.R. Wedeles, and P. Morrison. Towards a model of acidification effects on waterfowl in eastern Canada. Environ. Pollut. 78: 57- 63, 1992.

92-20 Cole, D.W., H. Van Miegroet, and N.W. Foster. Retention or loss of N in IFS sites and evaluation of realtive importance of processes In: Johnson, D.W., and S.E. Lindberg, (eds), Atmospheric deposition and forest nutrient cycling. Springer-Verlag, New York, 196-199, 1992.

93-01 Replaced by 01-03

93-02 Semkin, R.G., D.S. Jeffries, and T.A. Clair. Chapter 7 - Hydrochemical methods and relationships for study of stream output from small catchments. In: Moldan, Bedrich and Jiri Cerny (eds.), Biogeochemistry of small catchments: A tool for environmental research. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 163-187, 1994 .

93-03 Christophersen, N., T.A. Clair, C.T. Driscoll, D.S. Jeffries, C. Neal, and R. G. Semkin. Chapter 12 - Hydrochemical studies. In: Moldan, Bedrich and Jiri Cerny (eds.), Biogeochemistry of small catchments: a tool for environmental research. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 285-297, 1994.

93-04 Morrison, I.K., N.W. Foster, and P.W. Hazlett. Carbon reserves, carbon cycling, and harvesting effects in three mature forest types in Canada. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science, 23, 403-412, 1993.

93-05 Morrison, I.K. Indirect effects and long-term risks of air pollution on tolerant hardwood forest ecosystems in central Canada. In: R.Schlaepfer (ed.), Long term implications of climate change and air pollution on forest ecosystems. Progress report of the IUFRO task force "Forest, Climate Change and Air Pollution". IUFRO World Series, vol. 4, Vienna, 1993.

93-06 Yin, X, N.W. Foster, and P.A. Arp. Solution concentrations of nutrient ions below the rooting zone of a sugar maple stand: relations to soil moisture, temperature, and season. Can. J. For. Res. 23: 617-624, 1993.

93-07 Sirois, A. Temporal variation of sulphate and nitrate concentration in precipitation in eastern North America: 1979-1990. Atmospheric Environment 27A, 945-963, 1993.

94-01 Jeffries, D.S., I.K. Morrison, and J.R.M Kelso. The Turkey Lakes Watershed Study. Proc. Parks Can. Ecol. Monitor. Workshop, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ont., 65-73, January 1994.

94-02 Mallory, M.L., P.J. Blancher, P.J. Weatherhead, and D.K. McNicol. Presence or absence of fish as a cue to macroinvertebrate abundance in boreal wetlands. Hydrobiologia 279/280: 345-351, 1994.

94-03 Fournier, R.E., I.K. Morrison, and A.A. Hopkin. Short range variability of soil chemistry in three acid soils in Ontario, Canada. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 25: 3069- 3082, 1994.

94-04 Yin, X., N.W. Foster, I.K. Morrison, and P.A. Arp. Tree-ring-based growth analysis for a sugar maple stand: relations to local climate and transient soil properties. Can. J. For. Res. 24: 1567-1574, 1994.

95-01 Clair, T.A., P.J. Dillon, J. Ion, D.S Jeffries, M. Papineau, and R.J. Vet. Regional precipitation and surface water chemistry trends in southeastern Canada (1983-91). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 52, 197-212, 1995.

95-02 Jeffries, D.S. Freshwater acidification in Canada caused by atmospheric deposition of nitrogen pollutants: a preliminary assessment of existing information. NWRIContribution No. 95-116, 68p., 1995.

95-03 Hendershot, W., F. Courchesne, and D.S. Jeffries. Aluminum geochemistry at the catchment scale in watersheds influenced by acidic deposition. In: Sposito, G.A., (ed.), The Environmental Chemistry of Aluminum, 2nd Edition, CRC Press. Boca Raton, Fl., Chapter 10, 419-449, 1996.

95-04 Bobba, A., D.S. Jeffries, W.G. Booty, and V.P. Singh. Watershed acidification modelling. In: Singh, V.P., (ed.), Environmental Hydrology , Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands. Chapter 2, 13-68, 1995.

95-05 Jeffries, D.S., T.A.Clair, P.J. Dillon, M. Papineau and M.P. Stainton. Trends in surface water acidification at ecological monitoring sites in southeastern Canada (1981- 1993). Water Air and Soil Pollution, 85: 577-582, 1995.

95-06 Jeffries, D.S. A preliminary assessment of nitrogen-based fresh water acidification in southeastern Canada. Water Air and Soil Pollution, 85: 433-438, 1995.

95-07 Alaee, M., W.M.J. Strachan, and W.M. Schertzer. Comparison between mass transfer coefficients of SF6 determined in a gas transfer flume and in several small lakes.NWRI Contribution No. 95-102, 11p, Tables, Graphs, 1995

95-08 Bendell, B.E. and D.K. McNicol. The diet of insectivorous ducklings and the acidification of small Ontario lakes. Can. J. Zool. 73: 2044-2051, 1995.

95-09 McNicol, D.K., B.E. Bendell, and M.L. Mallory. Evaluating macroinvertebrate responses to recovery from acidification in small lakes in Ontario, Canada. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 85: 451-456, 1995.

95-10 McNicol, D.K., M.L. Mallory, and C.H.R. Wedeles. Assessing biological recovery of acid-sensitive lakes in Ontario, Canada. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 85: 457-462, 1995.

95-11 McNicol, D.K., J.J. Kerekes, M.L. Mallory, R.K. Ross and A.M. Scheuhammer. The Canadian Wildlife Service LRTAP Biomonitoring Program, Part 1. A strategy to monitor the biological recovery of aquatic ecosystems in eastern Canada from the effects of acid rain. Technical Report Series 245, Canadian Wildlife Service, 28p, 1995

95-12 International Co-operative Program on Integrated Monitoring of Air Pollution Effects on Ecosystems: Annual Synoptic Report 1995. UN ECE Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution, Finnish Environment Agency, Helsinki Finland, 75p, 1995.

95-13 Ro, C., R.Vet, D. Ord, A. Holloway, and S. Yum. National Atmospheric Chemistry Data Base (NATChem) 1992 Annual Report: Acid precipitation in eastern North America; Atmos. Environ. Service, 1995.

95-14 Ro, C., R.Vet, D. Ord, and A. Holloway. National Atmospheric Chemistry Data Base (NATChem) 1993 Annual Report: Acid precipitation in eastern North America; Atmos. Environ. Service, 1995.

95-15 Shaw, M.A., I.J. Davies, E.A. Hamilton, A. Kemp, R. Reid, P.M. Ryan, N. Watson, W. White, and K.M. Murphy. The DFO national LRTAP biomonitoring program: Baseline characterization 1987-1989. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2032, 69p, 1995.

95-16 Oja, T. and P.A. Arp. Dynamic modelling and the analysis of critical S and N loads. In: M. Hornung, M.A. Sutton and R.B. Wilson, (eds), Mapping and Modelling of Critical Loads for Nitrogen: a Workshop Report. Proceedings of the Grange-over-Sands Workshop, 24-26 October, 1994, pp154-157, 1995.

95-17 Kelso, J.R.M., and M.A. Shaw. Annual biomass and production of brook char (Salvelinus fontinalis) introduced into a historically fishless lake. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 4: 47-52, 1995.

95-18 Summers, P.W. Time trend of wet deposition acidifying potential at five ecological monitoring sites in eastern Canada. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 85: 653-658, 1995.

96-01 Marmorek, D.R., R.M. MacQueen, C.H.R. Wedeles, J. Korman, P.J. Blancher, and D.K. McNicol. Improving pH and alkalinity estimates for regional-scale acidification models: incorporation of dissolved organic carbon. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 53: 1602- 1608, 1996.

96-02 Band, L.E., D.S. Mackay, I.F. Creed, R. Semkin and D. Jeffries. Ecosystem processes at the watershed scale: sensitivity to potential climate change. Limnol. Oceanogr. 41: 928-938, 1996.

96-03 Creed, I.F., L.E. Band, N.W. Foster, I.K. Morrison, J.A. Nicolson, R.S. Semkin, and D.S. Jeffries. Regulation of nitrate-N release from temperate forests: a test of the N flushing hypothesis. Wat. Resourc. Res. 32: 3337-3354, 1996.

96-04 McNicol, D.K., M.L. Mallory and B.E. Bendell. The Canadian Wildlife Service LRTAP Biomonitoring Program, Part 2. Food chain monitoring in Ontario Lakes: taxonomic codes and collections. Technical Report Series 246, Canadian Wildlife Service, 32p, 1996.

96-05 McNicol, D.K., M.L. Mallory and J.J. Kerekes. The Canadian Wildlife Service LRTAP Biomonitoring Program, Part 3. Site locations, physical, chemical and biological characteristics. Technical Report Series 248, Canadian Wildlife Service, 215p, 1996.

96-06 Thirukkumaran, C.M., and I.K. Morrison. Impact of simulated acid rain on microbial respiration, biomass, and metabolic quotient in a mature sugar maple (Acer saccharum) forest floor. Can. J. For. Res. 26: 1446-1453, 1996.

96-07 Bhatti, J.S. and N.W. Foster. Computer model predicts diminished productivity of tolerant hardwood forest following full-tree harvesting. Technical Note No. 92, Canadian Forest Service, Great Lakes Forestry Centre, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. 4p, 1996.

97-01 Newell, A.D., and B.L. Skjelkvåle. Acidification trends in surface waters in the international program on acidification of rivers and lakes. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 93: 27-57, 1997.

97-02 1997 Canadian Acid Rain Assessment Volume 2: Atmospheric Science Assessment Report. Department of Environment, 260p (+4 appendices), 1997.

97-03 Jeffries, D.S. (ed.). 1997 Canadian Acid Rain Assessment Volume 3: The Effects on Canada's Lakes, Rivers and Wetlands. Department of Environment, 213p, 1997.

97-04 Doka, S.E., M.L. Mallory, D.K McNicol, and C.K. Minns. Species richness and species occurrence of five taxonomic groups in relation to pH and other lake characteristics in southeastern Canada. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2179, 57p., 1997.

97-05 Hall, P., W. Bowers, H. Hirvonen, G. Hogan, N. Foster, I. Morrison, K. Percy, R. Cox, and P. Arp. Canadian Acid Rain Assessment Volume 4: The Effects on Canada's Forests. Department of Environment, 46p, 1997.

97-06 Oja, T. and P.A. Arp. A forest soil vegetation atmosphere model (ForSVA) II: Application to northern tolerant hardwoods. Ecological Modelling 95: 225-247, 1997.

97-07 Sirois, A. Temporal variation of oxides of sulphur and nitrogen in ambient air in eastern Canada: 1979-1994. Tellus, 49B, 270-291, 1997.

98-01 Ro, C., R. Vet, D. Ord, and A. Holloway. National Atmospheric Chemistry Data Base (NATChem) 1994 Annual Report: Acid precipitation in eastern North America; Atmos. Environ. Service, 1997.

98-02 Jeffries, D.S., S.E. Doka, M.L. Mallory, F. Norouzian, A. Storey, and I. Wong. Aquatic effects of acidic deposition in Canada: present and predicted future situation. Revue des Sciences de l'Eau, nospécial, 129-143, 1998.

98-03 Jeffries, D.S. Aquatic effects of acidic deposition in Canada. Water Report 97, Annual report, MYU K.K., Scientific Publishing Division, Tokyo, Japan, 99-104, 1998.

98-04 McNicol, D., M.L. Mallory, C. Laberge, and D.A. Cluis. Recent temporal trends in the chemistry of small, acid-sensitive lakes in central Ontario, Canada. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. 105, 343-351, 1998.

98-05 Oja, T., and P.A. Arp. Assessing atmospheric sulfur and nitrogen loads critical to the maintenance of upland forest soils. In: D.G. Maynard, (ed.) Sulfur in the Environment, Chapter 10, p337-363, 1998.

98-06 Jeffries, D.S., D.C.L. Lam, M.D. Moran, I. Wong. The effect of SO2 emission controls on critical load exceedances for lakes in southeastern Canada. Water Science and Technology, 39(12), 165-171, 1999.

98-07 Creed, I.F., and L.E. Band. Export of nitrogen from catchments within a temperate forest: evidence for a unifying mechanism regulated by variable source area dynamics. Water Resources Research 34, 3105-3120, 1998.

98-08 Creed, I.F., and L.E. Band. Exploring functional similarity in the export of nitrate-N from forested catchments: a mechanistic modeling approach. Water Resources Research 34, 3079-3093, 1998

98-09 Creed, I.F. Topographic regulation of nitrate-N export from catchments within an old-growth sugar maple forest in the Turkey Lakes Watershed, central Ontario, Canada. PhD Thesis, Department of Geography, University of Toronto, 168 pp., 1998.

98-10 Lam, D.C.L., K.J. Puckett, I. Wong, M.D. Moran, G. Fenech, D.S. Jeffries, M.P. Olson, D.M. Whelpdale, D.K. McNicol, Y.K.G. Mariam, and C.K. Minns. An integrated acid rain assessment model for Canada: from source emission to ecological impact. Water Quality Research Journal of Canada 33(1), 1-17, 1998.

98-11 McNicol, D.K., M.L. Mallory, and M.L. Sechley. Acid rain and wildlife: an annotated bibliography of Canadian Wildlife Service (Ontario Region) LRTAP program publications (1980-1997). Technical Report Series 305, Canadian Wildlife Service, 85 p., 1998.

98-12 Johnson, D.W. and M.J. Mitchell. Responses of forest ecosystems to changing sulfur inputs. In: Sulfur in the Environment, Douglas G. Maynard, (ed.) Marcel Dekker Inc., New York, N.Y. 1998, 371 pp. Chapter 7, p219-262, 1998.

99-01 Morrison, I.K., D.A. Cameron, N.W. Foster, and A. Groot. Forest research at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. The Forestry Chronicle 75, 395-399, 1999.

99-02 Canadian Forest Service Senior Management Committee. Turkey Lakes Watershed Field Tour, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, September 28-30, 1999. 37pp, 1999.

99-03 McNicol, D.K. The Canadian Wildlife Service acid rain biomonitoring program - monitoring and modelling the effects of acid rain on water birds in eastern Canada. Chapter 12. International Cooperative Program on Assessment and Monitoring of Rivers and Lakes (ICP - Waters) Report 50/99, 80-88, 1999.

99-04 Stoddard, J.L., D.S. Jeffries, A. Lükewille, T.A. Clair, P.J Dillon, C.T. Driscoll, M. Forsius, M. Johannessen, J.S. Kahl, J.H. Kellogg, A. Kemp, J. Mannio, D. Monteith, P.S. Murdoch, S. Patrick, A. Rebsdorf, B.L. Skjelkvåle, M.P. Stainton, T. Traaen, H. van Dam, K.E. Webster, J. Wieting, and A. Wilander, Nature 401, 575-578, 1999. Regional trends in aquatic recovery from acidification in North America and Europe. Nature 401, 575-578, 1999.

99-05 Callcott, D. Predicting late-winter oxygen profiles in temperate lakes. MSc Thesis, Faculty of Arts and Science, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario. 131 pp, 30 appendices.

00-01 Bobba, A.G., V.P. Singh, L. Bengtsson. Application of environmental models to different hydrological systems. Ecological Modelling 125, 15-49, 2000.

00-02 Hazlett, P.W., R.G. Semkin, and F.D. Beall. Hydrologic pathways during snowmelt in first order stream basins at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Ecosystems 4, 527-535, 2001.

00-03Moayeri, M., F-R. Meng, P.A. Arp, and N.W. Foster. Evaluating critical soil acidification loads and exceedances for a deciduous forest at Turkey Lakes, Ontario. Ecosystems 4, 555-567, 2001.

00-04 Spoelstra, J., S.L. Schiff, R.J. Elgood, R.G. Semkin, and D.S. Jeffries. Tracing the sources of exported nitrate in the Turkey Lakes Watershed using 15N/14N and 18O/16O isotopic ratios. Ecosystems 4, 536-544, 2001.

00-05 Jeffries, D.S., and N.W. Foster. The Turkey Lakes Watershed Study - milestones and prospects. Ecosystems 4, 501-502, 2001.

00-06 Morrison, I.K. and N.W. Foster. Fifteen-year changes in forest floor organic and element content and cycling at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Ecosystems 4, 545-554, 2001.

00-07 Laberge, C., D. Cluis, M.L. Mallory, and D.K. McNicol. Rationalization of a regional network designed for trend detection of lake water quality in presence of spatial correlation. Environmetrics 12, 41-56, 2000.

00-08 Shalk, G., D.K. McNicol, and M.L. Mallory. Leeches in acidified lakes of central Ontario, Canada: status and trends. Ecoscience 8, 421-429, 2001.

00-09 Sirois, A, R. Vet and D. MacTavish. Atmospheric deposition to the Turkey Lakes Watershed: temporal variations and characteristics. Ecosystems 4, 503-513, 2001.

00-10 Scott, B.F., D. Mactavish, C. Spencer, W.J. Strachan, and D.C.G. Muir. Haloacetic acids in Canadian lake waters and precipitation. Environ.Sci.Technol., 34, 4266-4272, 2000.

00-11 Sampson, P.H., G.H. Mohammed, P.J. Zarco-Tejada, J.R. Miller, T.L. Noland D. Irving, P.M. Treitz, S.J. Colombo, and J. Freemantle. The Bioindicators of Forest Condition Project: a physiological, remote sensing approach. The Forestry Chronicle 76, 941-952, 2000.

00-12 Buttle, J.M., I.F. Creed, and J.W. Pomeroy. Advances in Canadian forest hydrology, 1995-1998. Hydrol. Process., 14, 1551-1578, 2000.

01-01 Scott, B.F., C. Spencer, D.C.G. Muir, J. Martin, R. Barra, H. Bootsma, K. Jones, and A.E. Johnson. Comparison of environmental levels of HAAS in the southern and northern hemispheres. NWRI Contribution 01-008, 11pp, 2001.

01-02 Wadleigh, M.A., H.P. Schwarcz, and J.R. Kramer. Areal distribution of sulphur and oxygen isotopes in sulphate of rain over eastern North America. J. Geophys. Res. 106, No. D18, 20, 883 - 20, 895, 2001.

01-03 Semkin, R.G., D.S. Jeffries, R. Neureuther, G. Lahaie, F. Norouzian, and J. Franklyn. Summary of hydrological and meteorological measurements in the Turkey Lakes Watershed, Algoma, Ontario, 1980-1999. National Water Research Institute Contribution No. 01-192, 42pp, 2001.

01-04 Buttle, J.M., P.W. Hazlett, C.D. Murray, I.F. Creed, D.S. Jeffries, and R. Semkin. Prediction of groundwater characteristics in forested and harvested basins during spring snowmelt using a topographic index. Hydrological Processes 15: 3389-3407, 2001.

01-05 Kreutzweiser, D.P., and S.S. Capell. Fine sediment deposition in streams after selective forest harvesting without riparian buffers. Can. J. For. Res. 31: 2134-2142, 2001.

01-06 Sampson, P.H., P.M. Treitz, and G.H. Mohammed. Remote sensing of forest condition in tolerant hardwoods: an examination of spatial scale, structure and function. Can. J. Remote Sensing. 27, 232-426, 2001.

01-07 Beall, F.D., R.G. Semkin, and D.S. Jeffries. Trends in the output of first-order basins at Turkey Lakes Watershed, 1982-96. Ecosytems 4, 514-526, 2001.

02-01 Scott, B.F., C. Spencer, C.H. Marvin, D.C. MacTavish, and D.C.G. Muir. Distribution of haloacetic acids in the water columns of the Laurentian Great Lakes and Lake Malawi. Environ. Sci. Technol. 36: 1893-1898, 2002.

02-02 Treitz, P.M., and St-Onge, B. Three-dimensional analysis of forest structure and terrain using LIDAR technology. GEOIDE Project #50 Final Report, GEOIDE Business Centre, Université Laval, Laval, QC, 27pp, (+3 Appendices), 2002.

02-03 Eimers, M.C. Sources and control of sulphur export in Precambrian Shield catchments in south-central Ontario. PhD thesis, Dep't. Of Biology, Waterloo University, Waterloo, Ontario. 229pp, 2002.

02-04 Lim, K., P. Treitz, I. Morrison, and K. Baldwin. Estimating aboveground biomass using LIDAR remote sensing. In: Proc. Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, 4879: 289-296, 2002.

02-05 Buehler, S.S, and R.A. Hites. The Great Lakes Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network. Environ. Sci. Technol. 36, 354A - 359A, 2002.

02-06 Jeffries, D.S. Foreword: The Turkey Lakes Watershed study after two decades. Wat Air Soil Pollut: Focus 2: 1-3, 2002.

02-07 Foster, N.W., and P.W. Hazlett. Trends in water chemistry in a maple forest on a steep slope at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Wat. Air Soil Pollut.: Focus 2, 23-36, 2002.

02-08 McNicol, D.K. Relation of lake acidification and recovery to fish, Common Loon and Common Merganser occurrence in Algoma lakes. Wat. Air Soil Pollut.: Focus 2, 151-168, 2002.

02-09 Jeffries, D.S., R.G. Semkin, F.D. Beall, and J. Franklyn. Temporal trends in water chemistry in the Turkey Lakes Watershed, Ontario, Canada. Wat. Air Soil Pollut.: Focus 2, 5-22, 2002.

02-10 Smokorowski, K.E., and J.R.M. Kelso. Trends in fish community structure, biomass, and production in three Algoma, Ontario lakes. Wat. Air Soil Pollut.: Focus 2, 129-150, 2002.

02-11 C.G. Trick, I.F. Creed, M.F. Henry and D.S. Jeffries. 2002. Distribution of diatoms in a forested stream containing a series of interconnected lakes. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution: Focus 2: 103-128.

02-12 Hazlett, P.W. and N.W. Foster. Topographic controls of nitrogen, sulfur, and carbon transport from a tolerant hardwood hillslope. Wat. Air Soil Pollut.: Focus 2, 63-80, 2002.

02-13 Creed, I.F., C.G. Trick, L.E. Band, and I.K. Morrison. Characterizing the spatial pattern of soil carbon and nitrogen pools in the Turkey Lakes Watershed: a comparison of regression techniques. Wat. Air Soil Pollut.: Focus 2, 81-102, 2002.

02-14 Semkin, R.G., P.W. Hazlett, F.D. Beall, and D.S. Jeffries. Development of stream water chemistry during spring melt in a northern hardwood forest. Wat. Air Soil Pollut.: Focus 2, 37-61, 2002.

03-01 Murray, C.D. Snow accumulation, melt and infiltration on forested and clearcut slopes, Turkey Lakes Watershed, central Ontario. MSc thesis, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario. 78pp, 2003.

03-02 Murray, C.D. and J.M. Buttle. Impacts of clearcut harvesting on snow accumulation and melt in a northern hardwood forest. J. Hydrol. 271: 197-212, 2003.

03-03 Jeffries, D.S., T.A. Clair, S. Couture, P.J. Dillon, J. Dupont, W. Keller, D.K. McNicol, M.A. Turner, R. Vet and R. Weeber. Assessing the recovery of lakes in southeastern Canada from the effects of acidic deposition. Ambio 32: 176-182, 2003.

03-04 Jeffries, D.S., T.G. Brydges, P.J. Dillon and W. Keller. Monitoring the results of Canada/U.S.A. acid rain control programs: some lake responses. Environ. Monit. Assess. 88: 3-19, 2003.

03-05 Eimers, C.M., P.J. Dillon, S.L. Schiff and D.S. Jeffries. The effects of drying and rewetting and increased temperature on sulphate release from upland and wetland material. Soil Biology & Biochemistry: 35, 1663-1673, 2003.

03-06 Lim, K., P. Treitz, K. Baldwin, I. Morrison, and J. Green. LIDAR remote sensing of biophysical properties of tolerant northern hardwood forests. Can. J. Remote Sensing, 29, 658-678, 2003.

03-07 Laporte, M.F., L.C. Duchesne, and I.K. Morrison. Effect of clearcutting, selection cutting, shelterwood cutting and microsites on soil surface CO2 efflux in a tolerant hardwood ecosystem of northern Ontario. Forest Ecology and Management 174, 565-575, 2003.

03-08 Sampson, P.H., P.J. Zarco-Tejada, G.H. Mohammed, J.R. Miller, and T.L. Noland. Hyperspectral remote sensing of forest condition: estimating chlorophyll content in tolerant hardwoods. Forest Science, 49, 381-391, 2003.

03-09 01-09 Todd, K.W., F. Csillag, and P.M. Atkinson. Three-dimensional mapping of light transmittance and foliage distribution using LIDAR. Can. J. Remote Sensing, 29, 544- 555, 2003.

03-10 Chan, C.-H., D.J. Williams, M.A. Neilson, B. Harrison, and M.L. Archer. Spatial and temporal trends in the concentrations of selected organochlorine pesticides (OCs) and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Great Lakes Basin precipitation, 1986 to 1999. J. Great Lakes Res., 29, 448-459, 2003.

03-11 Creed, I.E., S.E. Sanford, F.D. Beall, L.A. Molot, and P.J. Dillon. Cryptic wetlands: integrating hidden wetlands in regression models of the export of dissolved organic carbon from forested landscapes. Hydrological Processes 17, 3629-3648, 2003.

03-12 Monteith, S.S. Hydrologic response to clearcutting in a hardwood forest during snowmelt. MSc. Thesis, Watershed Ecosystems Program, Trent University, Peterborough. 120pp, 2003.

04-01 Bourbonniere, R.A., F.D. Beall, and I.F. Creed. Carbon dioxide effluxes at the edge: importance of the ecotone between wetland and upland in forests. Geophysical Letters, submitted.

04-02 Spoelstra, J. Nitrate sources and cycling at the Turkey Lakes Watershed: a stable isotope approach. PhD Thesis, Dep't. of Earth Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario. 180pp, 2004.

04-03 Spoelstra, J., S.L. Schiff, D.S. Jeffries, and R.G. Semkin. Effect of storage on the isotopic composition of nitrate in bulk precipitation. Environ. Sci. Technol. 38, 4723-4727, 2004.

04-04 Kreutzweiser, D.P., S.S. Capell, and F.D. Beall. Effects of selective forest harvesting on organic matter inputs and accumulation in headwater streams. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 21, 19-30, 2004.

04-05 Kreutzweiser, D.P., S.S.Capell, and K.P. Good. Stream invertebrate communities as indicators of logging disturbance in northern hardwood forests of Ontario. In: G.J. Scrimgeour, G. Eisler, B. McCulloch, U. Silins and M. Monita, (eds.) Forest Land-Fish Conference II - Ecosystem Stewardship Through Collaboration, pp165-166, 2004. Proc. Forest-Land-Fish Conf. II, April 26-28, 2004, Edmonton, Alberta.

04-06 Laudon, H., P.J. Dillon, M.C. Eimers, R.G. Semkin, and D.S. Jeffries. Climateinduced episodic acidification of streams in Central Ontario. Environ.Sci.Technol. 38, 6009-6015, 2004.

04-07 Lovett, G.M., and M.J. Mitchell. Sugar maple and nitrogen cycling in the forests of eastern North America. Front. Ecol. Environ. 2, 81-88, 2004.

04-08 Lim, K.S. and P.M. Treitz. Estimation of above ground forest biomass from airborne discrete return laser scanner data using canopy-based quantile estimators. Scand. J. For. Res. 19, 558-570, 2004.

04-09 Pratt, T.C. Habitat-specific production rate estimates from 5 Canadian Shield lakes. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat, Res. Doc.2004/085, 18pp, 2004.

04-10 Lindsay, J.B. Coping with topographic depressions in digital terrain analysis. PhD. Thesis, Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London. 125pp, 2 appendices, 2004.

04-11 Lindsay, J.B., I.F. Creed and F.B. Beall. Drainage basin morphometrics for depressional landscapes. Water Resources Research 40, W09307, doi:10.1029/2004WR003322, 2004.

05-01 Foster, N., J. Spoelstra, P. Hazlett, S. Schiff, F. Beall, I. Creed, and C. David. Heterogeneity in soil nitrogen within first-order forested catchments at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Can. J. For. Res. 35, 797-805, 2005.

05-02 Murray, C.D. and J.M. Buttle. Infiltration and soil water mixing on forested and harvested slopes during spring snowmelt, Turkey Lakes Watershed, central Ontario. Journal of Hydrology 306, 1-20, 2005.

05-03 Schiff, S.L., J. Spoelstra, R.G. Semkin, and D.S. Jeffries. Drought induced pulses of SO4 from a Canadian shield wetland: use of S and O in SO4 to determine sources of sulfur. Applied Geochemistry 20, 691-700, 2005.

05-04 Skjelkvåle, B.L., J.L. Stoddard, D.S. Jeffries, K. Tørseth, T. Høgåsen, J. Bowman, J. Mannio, D.T.Monteith, R. Mosello, M. Rogora, D. Rzychon, J. Vesely, J. Wieting, A. Wilander A. Worsztynowicz. Regional scale evidence for improvements in surface water chemistry 1990-2001. Environ. Pollut. 137, 165-176, 2005.

05-05 Lin, Jing. Spatial and temporal modelling of water acidity in Turkey Lakes Watershed. MSc thesis, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario. 74pp, 2005.

05-06 Lindsay, J.B. and I.F. Creed. Removal of artifact depressions from digital elevation models: towards a minimum impact approach. Hydrological Processes 19, 3113-3126, 2005.

05-07 Watmough, S.A., J. Aherne, C. Alewell, P. Arp, S. Bailey, T. Clair, P. Dillon, L. Duchesne, C. Eimers, I. Fernandez, N. Foster, T. Larssen, E. Miller, M. Mitchell, S. Page. Sulphate, nitrogen and base cation budgets at 21 forested catchments in Canada, the United States and Europe. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 109, 1-36, 2005.

05-08 Scott, B.F., C. Spencer, J.W. Martin, R. Barra, H.A. Bootsma, K.C. Jones, A.E. Johnston and D.C.G. Muir. Comparison of haloacetic acids in the environment of the northern and southern hemispheres. Environ. Sci. Technol. 39, 8664-8670, 2005.

05-09 Zhang, L., J.R. Brook, R. Vet, A. Wiebe, C. Mihele, M. Shaw, J.M. O'Brien and S. Iqbal. Estimation of contributions of NO2 and PAN to total atmospheric deposition of oxidized nitrogen across eastern Canada. Atmospheric Environment 39, 7030-7043, 2005.

05-10 Foster, N.W., F.D. Beall and D.P. Kreutzweiser. The role of forests in regulating water: The Turkey Lakes Watershed case study. The Forestry Chronicle 81,142-148, 2005.

05-11 Kreutzweiser, D.P., S.S Capell and K.P. Good. Macroinvertebrate community responses to selection logging in riparian and upland areas of headwater catchments in a northern hardwood forest. J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc. 24, 208-222, 2005.

05-12 Kreutzweiser, D.P., S.S Capell and K.P. Good. Effects of fine sediment inputs from a logging road on stream insect communities: a large-scale experimental approach in a Canadian headwater stream. Aquatic Ecology 39, 55-66, 2005.

05-13 Pratt, T.C., K.E. Smokorowski and J.R. Muirhead. Development and experimental assessment of an underwater video technique for assessing fish-habitat relationships. Arch. Hydrobiol. 164, 547-571, 2005.

05-14 Environment Canada, Meteorological Service of Canada. 2004 Canadian Acid Deposition Science Assessment, H.A. Morrison (ed.) 12 Chapt., 437 pp, 2005.

05-15 Aherne, J., T.A. Clair, I.F. Dennis, M. Gilliss, S. Couture, D. McNicol, R. Weeber, P.J. Dillon, W. Keller, D.S. , Jeffries, S. Page, K. Timoffee, B.J. Cosby. -P. Hettelingh (eds.) European Critical Loads and Dynamic Modelling, CCE Status Report 2005, 77-84, 2005.

05-16 Sanford, S.E. Scale-dependence of natural variability of stream flow parameters in a forested drainage basin on the boreal shield. MSc. Thesis, Department of Geography (Environmental Sciences), University of Western Ontario, London. 101pp, 4 appendices, 2005.

05-17 Lindsay, J.B. and I.F. Creed. Sensitivity of digital landscapes to artifact depressions in remotely-sensed DEMs. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 71 (9), 1029-1036, 2005.

06-01 Hopkinson, C., L. Chasmer, K. Lim, P. Treitz and I. Creed. Towards a universalLIDAR canopy height indicator. Can. J. Remote Sensing 32, 139-152, 2006.

06-02 Smokorowski, K.E., T.C. Pratt, W.G. Cole, L.J. McEachern and E.C. Mallory. Effects on periphyton and macroinvertebrates from removal of submerged wood in three Ontario lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 63, 2038-2049, 2006.

06-03 Monteith, S.S., J.M. Buttle, P.W. Hazlett, F.D. Beall, R.G. Semkin and D.S. Jeffries. Paired-basin comparison of hydrological response in harvested and undisturbed hardwood forests during snowmelt in central Ontario: I. Streamflow, groundwater and flowpath behaviour. Hydrol. Process. 20, 1095-1116, 2006.

06-04 Monteith, S.S., J.M. Buttle, P.W. Hazlett, F.D. Beall, R.G. Semkin and D.S. Jeffries. Paired-basin comparison of hydrological response in harvested and undisturbed hardwood forests during snowmelt in central Ontario: II. Streamflow sources and groundwater residence times. Hydrol. Process. 20, 1117-1136, 2006.

06-05 Braun, G.L. Specificity of substrate control on carbon dioxide flux from soils along a forest toposequence. MSc. Thesis, Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario, London. 114pp, 7 appendices, 2006.

06-06 Lindsay, J.B. and I.F. Creed. Distinguishing actual and artefact depressions in digital elevation data. Computers and Geosciences 32, 1192-1204, doi:10.1016/j.cageo.2005.11.002, 2006.

07-01 J. Spoelstra, S.L.Schiff, P.W. Hazlett, D.S. Jeffries, R.G. Semkin. The isotopic composition of nitrate produced from nitrification in a hardwood forest floor. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 71, 3757-3771, 2007.

07-02 Burniston, D.A., W.J.M. Strachan, J.T. Hoff, F. Wania. Changes in surface area and concentrations of semivolatile organic contaminants in aging snow. Environ. Sci. Technol. 41, 4932-4937, 2007.

07-03 Keller, W. Implications of climate warming for Boreal Shield lakes: a review and synthesis. Environ. Rev. 15, 99-112, 2007.

07-04 Monteith, D.T., J.L. Stoddard, C.D. Evans, H.A. de Wit, M. Forsius, T. Høgåsen, A. Wilander, B.L. Skjelkvåle, D.S. Jeffries, J. Vuorenmaa, B. Keller, J. Kopácek, and J. Vesely. Dissolved organic carbon trends resulting from changes in atmospheric deposition chemistry. Nature 450, 537-540 + append., 2007.

07-05 Jeffries, D.S., F.D. Beall, N.W. Foster, P.W. Hazlett, S.L. Schiff, R.G. Semkin, J. Spoelstra. How is the Turkey Lakes Watershed (central Ontario, Canada) responding to declining sulphur inputs? Environment Canada Water Science and Technology Directorate Contribution No. 05-373, 10 pp, 2007.

07-06 Clair, T.A., J. Aherne, I.F. Dennis, M. Gilliss, S. Couture, D. McNicol, R. Weeber, P.J. Dillon, W. Keller, D.S. Jeffries, S. Page, K. Timoffee, B.J. Cosby. Past and future changes to acidified eastern Canadian lakes: a geochemical modelling approach. Applied Geochemistry 22, 1189-1195, 2007.

07-07 Pink, M., M.G. Fox and T.C. Pratt. Numerical and behavioural response of cyprinids to the introduction of predatory brook trout in two oligotrophic lakes in northern Ontario. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16, 238-249, 2007.

07-08 Pink, M., T.C. Pratt, M.G. Fox. Use of underwater visual distance sampling for estimating habitat-specific population density. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27, 246-255, 2007.

07-09 Sanford, S. E., I.F. Creed, C.L. Tague, F.D. Beall and J.M. Buttle. Scale-dependence of natural variability of flow regimes in a forested landscape. Water Resources Research 43 W08414, doi:10.1029/2006WR0052998, 2007.

07-10 Fairweather, T.A. Tracking the alternative fates of nitrogen in forested catchments. MSc. Thesis, Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario, London. 70pp, 2 appendices, 2007.

07-11 Webster, K.L. Topographic controls on carbon dioxide efflux from forest soils. PhD. Thesis, Department of Biology and Environmental Science, University of Western Ontario, London. 129pp, 2 appendices, 2007.

08-01 Ueno, D., C. Darling, M. Alaee, G. Pacepavicius, C. Teixeira, L. Campbell, R.J. Letcher, A. Bergman, and G. Marsh. Hydroxylated Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (OH-PBDEs) in the abiotic environment: surface water and precipitation from Ontario, Canada. Environ.Sci.Technol. 42, 1657-1664, 2008.  

08-02 Zhang, L. A. Wiebe, R.Vet, C. Mihele, J.M. O’Brien, S. Iqbal, Z. Liang. Measurements of reactive oxidized nitrogen at eight Canadian rural sites. Atmos. Environ. 42, 8065-8078, 2008.

08-03 White, M.S., M.A. Xenopoulos, K. Hogsden, R.A. Metcalfe, P.J. Dillon. Natural lake level fluctuation and associated concordance with water quality and aquatic communities within small lakes of the Laurentian Great Lakes region. Hydrobiologia 613, 21-31, 2008.

08-04 Webster, K.L., I.F. Creed, F.D. Beall and R.A. Bourbonnière. Sensitivity of catchment-aggregated estimates of soil carbon dioxide efflux to topography under different climatic conditions. J. Geophys. Res. 113, G03040, 14pp, 2008.

08-05 Zhang, J. Long-term patterns of dissolved organic carbon in boreal lakes. MSc. Thesis, Department of Biology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. 94pp, Appendix, 2008.

08-06 Fleming, R.L. and K.A. Baldwin. Effects of harvest intensity and aspect on a boreal transition tolerant hardwood forest. I. Initial postharvest understory composition. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (4), 685-697, doi:10.1139/X07-198, 2008.

08-07 Webster, K.L., I.F. Creed, R.A. Bourbonnière and F.D. Beall. Controls on the heterogeneity of soil respiration in a tolerant hardwood forest. Journal of Geophysical Research 113, G03018, doi:10.1029/2008JG000706, 2008.

08-08 Creed, I.F., F.D. Beall, T.A. Clair, P.J. Dillon and R.H. Hesslien. Predicting export of dissolved organic carbon from forested catchments in glaciated landscapes with shallow soils. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 22, GB4024, doi:10.1029/2008GB003294, 2008.

08-09 Krezek, C.C., J.M. Buttle, F.D. Beall, R.D. Moore, I.F. Creed, P.K. Sibley, U. Silins, K.J. Devito and C.A. Mendoza. HydroEcological Landscapes and Processes Project: A National-scale Forest Hydrology Initiative. Streamline Watershed Management Bulletin 12: 33-38. 2008

08-10 Jeziorski, A., N.D. Yan, A.M. Paterson, A.M. DeSellas, M.A. Turner, D.S. Jeffries, B. Keller, R.C. Weeber, D.K. McNicol, M.E. Palmer, K. McIver, K. Arseneau, B.K. Ginn, B.F. Cumming and J.P. Smol. The widespread threat of calcium decline in fresh waters. Science 322: 1374-1377. 2008.

08-11 Casson, N.J. Rain induced bursts of denitrification activity account for differences in dissolved nitrogen export from forested catchments. MSc. Thesis, Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario, London. 67pp, 2 appendices, 2008.

08-12 Rams, A.P. Shifts in the magnitude and partitioning of atmospheric versus aquatic carbon export in response to changing climatic conditions. MSc. Thesis, Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario, London. 64pp, 4 appendices, 2008.

09-01 Zhang, L., R. Vet, J.M. O’Brien, C. Mihele, Z. Liang, and A. Wiebe. Dry deposition of individual nitrogen species at eight Canadian rural sites. J. Geophys. Res. 114, D02301, 13pp, 2009.

09-02 Snider, D.M., S.L. Schiff, J. Spoelstra. 15N/14N and 18O/16O stable isotope ratios of nitrous oxide produced during denitrification in temperate forest soils. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 73, 877-888, 2009.

09-03 Muir, D.C.G., X. Wang, F. Yang, N. Nguyen, T.A. Jackson, M.S. Evans, M. Douglas, G. Köck, S. Lamoureux, R. Pienitz, J.P. Smol, W.F. Vincent, A. Dastoor. Spatial trends and historical deposition of mercury in eastern and northern Canada inferred from lake sediment cores. Environ. Sci. Technol., 43, 4802-4809, 2009.

09-04 Murphy, P.N.C., M. Castonguay, J. Ogilvie, M. Nasr, P. Hazlett, J. Bhatti and P.A. Arp. A geospatial and temporal framework for modeling gaseous N and other N losses from forest soils and basins, with application to the Turkey Lakes Watershed Project, in Ontario, Canada. For. Ecol. Manage. 258, 2304-2317, 2009.

09-05 Creed, I.F. and F.D. Beall. Distributed topographic indicators for predicting nitrogen export from headwater catchments. Wat. Resourc. Res. 45, W10407, 12pp, 2009.

09-06 Webster, K.L., I.F. Creed, M.D. Skowronski and Y.H. Kaheil. Comparison of the performance of statistical models that predict soil respiration from forests. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73 (4), 1157-1167, doi:10.2136/sssaj2008.0310, 2009.

10-01 Zhang, J., J. Hudson, R. Neal, J. Sereda, T. Clair, M. Turner, D. Jeffries, P. Dillon, L. Molot, K. Somers and R. Hesslein. Long-term patterns of dissolved organic carbon in lakes across eastern Canada: evidence of a pronounced climate effect. Limnology and Oceanography 55, 30-42, 2010.

10-02 Spoelstra, J., S.L. Schiff, R.G. Semkin, D.S. Jeffries, R.J. Elgood. Nitrate attenuation in a small temperate wetland following forest harvest. Forest Ecology and Management 259, 2333-2341, doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2010.03.006, 2010.

10-03 Snider, D.M., J. Spoelstra, S.L. Schiff and J.J. Venkiteswaran. Stable oxygen isotope ratios of nitrate produced from nitrification: 18O-labeled water incubations of agricultural and temperate forest soils. Environmental Science and Technology 44, 5358-5364, 2010.

10-04 Mitchell, M.J., G. Lovett, S. Bailey, F. Beall, D. Burns, D. Buso, D. T Clair, F. Courchesne, L. Duchesne, C. Eimers, I. Fernandez, D. Houle, D.S. Jeffries, G. E. Likens, M. D. Moran, C. Rogers, D. Schwede, J. Shanley, K.C. Weathers and R. Vet. Comparisons of watershed sulfur budgets in southeast Canada and northeast US: new approaches and implications. Biogeochemistry 103 (1-3), 181-207, doi:10.1007/s10533-010-9455-0, 2010.

11-01 Creed, I.F., G.Z. Sass, J.M. Buttle and J.A. Jones. Hydrological principles for sustainable management of forest ecosystems. Hydrological Processes 25 (13), 2152-2160, doi: 10.1002/hyp.8056, 2011.

11-02 Hazlett, P.W., J.M. Curry and T.P. Weldon. Assessing decadal change in mineral soil cation chemistry at the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75 (1), 287-305. doi:10.2136/sssaj2010.0090, 2011.

11-03 Webster, K.L., I.F. Creed, F.D. Beall and R.A. Bourbonnière. A topographic template for estimating soil carbon pools in forested catchments. Geoderma 160 (3-4), 457-467, doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2010.10.016, 2011.

11-04 Creed, I. F., G.Z. Sass, F.D. Beall, J.M. Buttle, R.D. Moore and M. Donnelly. Hydrological principles for water conservation within a changing forest landscape. A State of Knowledge report. Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, Alberta. Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, Alberta. 80 pp. 2011.

11-05 Creed, I. F., G.Z. Sass, F.D. Beall, J.M. Buttle, R.D. Moore and M. Donnelly. Scientific theory, data and techniques for conservation of water resources within a changing forested landscape. A State of Knowledge report. Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, Alberta. Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, Alberta. 136 pp. 2011.

12-01 Kerr, J.G., M.C. Eimers, I.F. Creed, M.B. Adams, F. Beall, D. Burns, J. L. Campbell, S. F. Christopher, T. A. Clair, F. Courchesne, L. Duchesne, I. Fernandez, D. Houle, D. S. Jeffries, G. E. Likens, M. J. Mitchell, J. Shanley, and H. Yao. The effect of seasonal drying on sulphate dynamics in streams across southeastern Canada and the northeastern USA. Biogeochemistry 111 (1-3), 393-409, doi 10.1007/s10533-011-9664-12011, 2012.

12-02 Naylor, B.J., R.W. Mackereth, D.P. Kreutzweiser and P.K. Sibley. Merging END concepts with protection of fish habitat and water quality in new direction for riparian forests in Ontario: a case study of science guiding policy and practice. Freshwater Science 31 (1):248-257, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1899/11-035.1, 2012.

12-03 Kreutzweiser, D.P., P.K. Sibley, J.S. Richardson and A.M. Gordon. Introduction and a theoretical basis for using disturbance by forest management activities to sustain aquatic ecosystems. Freshwater Science 31:224-231, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1899/11-114.1, 2012.

12-04 Sibley, P.K., D.P. Kreutzweiser, B.J. Naylor, J.S. Richardson and A.M. Gordon. Emulation of natural disturbance (END) for riparian forest management: synthesis and recommendations. Freshwater Science 31(1):258-264. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1899/11-094.1, 2012

12-05 Snider, D.M., J.J. Venkiteswaran, S.L. Schiff and J. Spoelstra. Deciphering the oxygen isotope composition of nitrous oxide produced by nitrification. Global Change Biology 18, 356-370, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02547.x, 2012.

12-06 Mengistu, S.G. Topographic influences on trends and cycles in nutrient export from forested catchments on the precambrian shield. PhD. Thesis, Department of Geology and Environmental Science, University of Western Ontario, London. 148pp, 2 appendices, 2012.

12-07 Liu, W. 2012. Spatiotemporal modeling of the impacts of forest harvesting, climate change and topography on stream nitrates in a forested watershed. PhD Thesis, Queen's University, Kingston. 229 pp.

12-08 Semkin, R.G., D.S. Jeffries, R. Neureuther, G. Lahaie, M. McAulay, F. Norouzian and J. Franklyn. 2012. Summary of hydrological and meteorological measurements in the Turkey Lakes Watershed, Algoma, Ontario, 1980-2010. Water Science and Technology Directorate Contribution No. 11-145. Environment Canada, National Water Resarch Insititute, Burlington, ON, 85 p.

13-01 Creed, I.F., K.L. Webster, G.L. Braun, R.A. Bourbonnière and F.D. Beall. Topographically regulated traps of dissolved organic carbon create hotspots of soil carbon dioxide efflux in forests. Biogeochemistry 112 (1-3), 149-164, doi 10.1007/s10533-012-9713-4, 2013.

13-02 Lawrence, G.B., I.J. Fernandez, D.D. Richter, D.S. Ross, P.W. Hazlett, S.W. Bailey, R. Ouimet, R. A.F. Warby, A.H. Johnson, H. Lin, J.M. Kaste, A.G. Lapenis, and T.J. Sullivan. Measuring environmental change in forest ecosystems by repeated soil sampling: a North American perspective. Journal of Environmental Quality 42 (3), 623-639, doi:10.2134/jeq2012.0378, 2013.

13-03 Mengistu, S.G., C.G. Quick and I.F. Creed. Nutrient export from catchments on forested landscapes reveals complex nonstationary and stationary climate signals. Water Resources Research 49, doi:10.1002/wrcr.203022012, 2013.

14-01 Mengistu, S.G., I.F. Creed, K.L. Webster, E. Enanga and F.D. Beall. Searching for similarity in topographic controls on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus export from forested headwater catchments. Hydrological Processes 28 (8), 3201-3216, doi: 10.1002/hyp.9862, 2014.

14-02 Webster, K.L., I.F. Creed, T. Malakoff and K. Delaney. Potential vulnerability of deep carbon deposits of forested swamps to drought. Soil Science Society of America Journal 78 (3), 1097-1107, doi:10.2136/sssaj2013.10.0436, 2014.

14-03 Creed, I. F., A.T. Spargo, J.A. Jones, J.M. Buttle, M.B. Adams, F.D. Beall, E.G. Booth, J.L. Campbell, D. Clow, K. Elder, M.B. Green, N.B. Grimm, C. Miniat, P. Ramlal, A. Saha, S. Sebestyen, D. Spittlehouse, S. Sterling, M.W. Williams, R. Winkler and H. Yao. Changing forest water yields in response to climate warming: results from long-term experimental watershed sites across North America. Global Change Biology 20(10), 3191-3208, doi: 10.1111/gcb.12615, 2014.

14-04 Egginton, P., F. Beall and J. Buttle. Reforestation-climate change and water resource implications. The Forestry Chronicle 90 (4), 516-524, 2014.

14-05 Enanga, E.M. Topographic controls on N2O and N2 efflux in a temperate forest. PhD. Thesis, Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario, London. 123pp, Appendix, 2014.15-01 Lawrence, G.B., P.W. Hazlett, I.J. Fernandez, R. Ouimet, S.W. Bailey, W.C. Shortle, K.T. Smith and M.R. Antidormi. Declining acidic deposition begins reversal of forest-soil acidification in the northeastern U.S. and eastern Canada. Environmental Science and Technology 49 (22), 13103-13111, doi: 10.1021/acs.est.5b02904, 2015.

15-01 Lawrence, G.B., P.W. Hazlett, I.J. Fernandez, R. Ouimet, S.W. Bailey, W.C. Shortle, K.T. Smith and M.R. Antidormi. Declining acidic deposition begins reversal of forest-soil acidification in the northeastern U.S. and eastern Canada. Environmental Science and Technology 49 (22), 13103-13111, doi: 10.1021/acs.est.5b02904, 2015.

15-02 Morse, J.L., J. Duran, F. Beall, E. Enanga, I.F.Creed, I. Fernandez and P.M. Groffman. Soil denitrification fluxes from three northeastern North American forests across a range of nitrogen deposition. Oecologia 177 (1), 17-27, DOI 10.1007/s00442-014-3117-1, 2015.

15-03 Ross, D.S., S.W, Bailey, R.D. Briggs, J. Curry, I.J. Fernandez, G. Fredriksen, C.L. Goodale, P.W. Hazlett, P.R. Heine, C.E. Johnson, J.T. Larson, G.B. Lawrence, R.K. Kolka, R. Ouimet, D. Paré, D.deB. Richter, C.D. Schimer and R.A. Warby. Inter-laboratory variation in the chemical analysis of acidic forest soil reference samples from eastern North America. Ecosphere 6 (5), 1-22, http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES14-00209.1, 2015.

15-04 Webster, K.L. and P.W.Hazlett. Long-term ecological research at the Turkey Lakes Watershed: 35th anniversary of interdisciplinary, cooperative research, program booklet and workshop summary.Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Great Lakes Forestry Centre, Information Report GLC-X-13, 25pp. 2015.

15-05 Creed, I.F., T. Hwang, B. Lutz and D. Way. 2015. Climate warming causes intensification of the hydrological cycle, resulting in changes to the vernal and autumnal windows in a northern temperate forest. Hydrological Processes 29: 3519-3534.

16-01 Caputo, J., C.M. Beier, P.M. Groffman, D.A. Burns, F.D. Beall, P.W. Hazlett and T.E. Yorks. Effects of harvesting forest biomass on water and climate regulation services: a synthesis of long-term ecosystem experiments in eastern North America. Ecosystems 19: 271-283, doi: 10.1007/s10021-015-9928-z, 2016.

16-02 Enanga, E. M., I. F. Creed, N. J. Casson, and F. D. Beall. Summer storms trigger soil N2O efflux episodes in forested catchments, Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121, 95-108, doi:10.1002/ 2015JG003027, 2016.

16-03 Beck, K.K., A.S. Medeiros and S.A. Finkelstein. 2016. Drivers of Change in a 7300-Year Holocene Diatom Record from the Hemi-Boreal Region of Ontario, Canada. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0159937. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0159937.

16-04 Brush, J. M., K.E. Smokorowski, J. Marty and M. Power. 2016. Fish feeding niche characterization over space and time in a natural boreal river. Ecohydrology 9: 1400-1409

16-05 Crossman, J., M.C. Eimers, N.J. Casson, D.A. Burns, J.L. Campbell, G.E. Likens, M.J. Mitchell, S.J. Nelson, J.B. Shanley, S.A. Watmough and K.L. Webster. 2016. Regional meteorological drivers and long term trends of winter-spring nitrate dynamics across watersheds in northeastern North America. Biogeochemistry doi: 10.1007/s10533-016-0255-z

16-06 Enanga, E.M., I.F. Creed, T. Fairweather and N.J. Casson. 2016. Snow covered soils produce N₂O that is lost from forested catchments prior to snowmelt. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences doi: 10.1002/2016JG003411

16-07 Lecki, N.A. and I.F. Creed. 2016. Forest soil CO2 efflux models improved by incorporating topographic controls on carbon content and sorption capacity of soils. Biogeochemistry doi: 10.1007/s10533-016-0233-5

16-08 Mengistu, S.G., A.A. Melkamu and F.A. Yassin. 2016. Assessment of the Sensitivity of Streamflow Simulations to Changes in Patch Resolution Using GIS Based Hydro-Ecologic Model. Open Journal of Modern Hydrology doi: 10.4236/ojmh.2016.62007

16-09 Zhu, R., A.H. El-Shaarawi, X. Duan, Z. Wang and R. Ma. 2016. Assessing annual trends, monthly fluctuations and between-station relationship of sulphate deposition in the Turkey Lakes Watershed. Environmetrics doi: 10.1002/env.2388

17-01 Enanga, E.M., N.J. Casson, T.A. Fairweather and I.F. Creed. 2017. Nitrous Oxide and Dinitrogen: The Missing flux in Nitrogen Budgets of Forested Catchments? Environmental Science & Technology doi: 0.1021/acs.est.6b03728

17-02 Gibson, J.J., S.J. Birks, D.S. Jeffries and Y. Yi. 2017. Regional trends in evaporation loss and water yield based on stable isotope mass balance of lakes: The Ontario Precambrian Shield surveys. Journal of Hydrology doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.11.016

18-01 Buttle, J.M., K.L. Webster, P.W. Hazlett and D.S. Jeffries. 2018. Quickflow response to forest harvesting and recovery in a northern hardwood forest landscape. Hydrological Processes doi: 10.1002/hyp.13310

18-02 Buttle, J.M., F.D. Beall, K.L. Webster, P.W. Hazlett, I.F. Creed, R.G. Semkin and D.S. Jeffries. Hydrologic response to recovery from differing silvicultural systems in a deciduous forest landscape with seasonal snow cover. Journal of Hydrology doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2018.01.006

18-03 Senar, Ó.E. 2018. Causes and consequences of soil carbon mobilization and lake brownification in northern forested landscapes. 2018. PhD Thesis, Western University, London. 148 pp, 3 appendices.

18-04 Senar, O.E., K.L. Webster and I.F. Creed. 2018. Catchment‐Scale Shifts in the Magnitude and Partitioning of Carbon Export in Response to Changing Hydrologic Connectivity in a Northern Hardwood Forest. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences doi: 10.1029/2018JG004468

18-05 Yeung, A.C.Y., J.L. Musetta-Lambert, D.P. Kreutzweiser, P.K. Sibley and J.S. Richardson. 2018. Relations of interannual differences in stream litter breakdown with discharge: bioassessment implications. Ecosphere doi: 10.1002/ecs2.2423

19-01 Sebestyen, S.D., D.S. Ross, J.B. Shanley, E.M. Elliott, C. Kendall, J.L. Campbell, D.B. Dail, I.J. Fernandez, C.L. Goodale, G.B. Lawrence, G.M. Lovett, P.J. McHale, M.J. Mitchell, S.J. Nelson, M.D. Shattuck, T.R. Wickman, R.T. Barnes, J.T. Bostic, A.R. Buda, D.A. Burns, K.N. Eshleman, J.C. Finlay, D.M. Nelson, N. Ohte, L.H. Pardo, L.A. Rose, R.D. Sabo, S.L. Schiff, J. Spoelstra and K.W.J. Williard. 2019. Unprocessed Atmospheric Nitrate in Waters of the Northern Forest Region in the U.S. and Canada. Environmental Science & Technology doi: 10.1021/acs.est.9b01276

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