Publications

Recent Publications

 

Lutz, B. D., P.J. Mulholland, and E. S. Bernhardt, 2012. Long-term data reveal patterns and controls on stream water chemistry in a forested stream: Walker Branch, Tennessee. Ecological Monographs. 82: 367-387

Lutz, B. D., E. S. Bernhardt, B. J. Roberts, R. M. Cory, and P. J. Mulholland. 2012. Distinguishing dynamics of dissolved organic matter components in a forested stream using kinetic enrichments.  Limnology and Oceanography 57:76-89.

Mulholland, P. J., B. J. Roberts, W. R. Hill, and J. G. Smith.  2009. Stream ecosystem responses to the 2007 spring freeze: unexpected effects of climate change.  Global Change Biology 15:1767-1776.

Johnson, D. W., D. E. Todd, Jr., C. F. Trettin, and P. J. Mulholland. 2008. Decadal changes in potassium, calcium, and magnesium in a deciduous forest soil.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 72: 1795-1805.

Valett, H. M, S. A. Thomas, P. J. Mulholland, J. R. Webster, C. N. Dahm, C. S. Fellows, C. L. Crenshaw, and C. G. Peterson. 2008. Endogenous and exogenous control of ecosystem function: N cycling in headwater streams.  Ecology 89(12):3515-3527.

Gu, L., P. J. Hanson, W. M. Post, D. P. Kaiser, B. Yang, R. Nemani, S. G. Pallardy, and T. Meyers. 2008. The 2007 eastern U.S. spring freeze: increased cold damage in a warming world?  BioScience 58(3): p.253-262.

Johnson, D. W., D. E. Todd, Jr., C. F. Trettin, and J. S. Sedinger.  2007.  Soil carbon and nitrogen changes in forests of Walker Branch Watershed, 1972-2004.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 71:1639-1646 (doi:10.2136/sssaj2006.0365).

Roberts, B.J., Mulholland, P.J. and Hill, W. R. 2007. Multiple Scales of Temporal Variability in Ecosystem Metabolism Rates: Results from 2 Years of Continuous Monitoring in a Forested Headwater Stream. Ecosystems, 10(4): 588-606.

Roberts, B. J. and P. J. Mulholland. 2007. In-stream biotic control on nutrient biogeochemistry in a forested stream, West Fork of Walker Branch. Journal of Geophysical Research, 112: G04002 , doi: 10.1029/2007JG000422.

Fröberg M., P. M. Jardine, P. J. Hanson, C. J. Swanston, D. E. Todd, J. R. Tarver, and C. T. Garten.  2007.  Low dissolved organic carbon input from fresh litter to deep mineral soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 71: 347-354.

Mulholland, P. J., S. A. Thomas, H. M. Valett, J. R. Webster, and J. Beaulieu.  2006.  Effects of light on nitrate uptake in small forested streams: diurnal and day-to-day variations.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25: 583-595.

Jardine, P. M., M. A. Mayes, P. J. Mulholland, P. J. Hanson, J. R. Tarver, R. J. Luxmoore, J. F. McCarthy, and G. V. Wilson.  2006.  Vadose zone flow and transport of dissolved organic carbon at multiple scales in humid regimes.  Vadose Zone Journal 5:140-152.

Fellows, C. S., H. M. Valett, C. N. Dahm, P. J. Mulholland, and S. A. Thomas.  2006.  Coupling nutrient uptake and energy flow in headwater streams.  Ecosystems 9: 788-804.

Joslin, J.D., Gaudinski, J.B., Torn, M.S., Riley, W.J. and Hanson, P.J. 2006. Fine-root turnover patterns and their relationship to root diameter and soil depth in a super(14)C-labeled hardwood forest. New Phytologist, 172(3) : 523-535.

Hanson, P.J., S.D. Wullschleger, R.J. Norby, T.J. Tschaplinski, and C.A. Gunderson. 2005. Importance of changing CO2, temperature, precipitation and ozone on carbon and water cycles of an upland oak forest: Incorporating experimental results into model simulations. Global Change Biology 11: 1402-1423.

Wullschleger, S.D. and P.J. Hanson. 2005. Sensitivity of canopy transpiration to altered precipitation in an upland oak forest: evidence from a long-term manipulative field study. Global Change Biology 12: 97-109.

Hanson P.J., J.S. Amthor, S.D. Wullschleger, K.B. Wilson, R.F. Grant, A. Hartley, D. Hui, E.R. Hunt, Jr., D.W. Johnson, J.S. Kimball, A.W. King, Y. Luo, S.G. McNulty, G. Sun, P.E. Thorton, S.S. Wang, M. Williams, and R.M. Cushman. 2004. Oak forest carbon and water simulations: Model intercomparisons and evaluations against independent data.  Ecological Monographs 74:443-489.

Mulholland, P. J., H. M. Valett, J. R. Webster, S. A. Thomas, L. N. Cooper, S. K. Hamilton, and B. J. Peterson.  2004.  Stream denitrification and total nitrate uptake rates measured using a field 15N isotope tracer approach.  Limnology and Oceanography 49(3): 809-820.

Mulholland, P. J.  2004.  The importance of in-stream uptake for regulating stream concentrations and outputs of N and P from a forested watershed: evidence from long-term chemistry records for Walker Branch Watershed.  Biogeochemistry 70: 403-426.

ORNL/TM Reports

Goldstein, R. A., Mankin, J. B., and Luxmoore, R. J., 1974. Documentation of PROSPER: A Model of Atmosphere-Soil-Plant Water Flow. EDFB/IBP-73/9, 75 pp., Oak Ridge, Tenn., Oak Ridge National Laboratory. (pdf)

Huff, D. D., Luxmoore, R. J., Minkin, J. B., and Begovich. C. L. 1977. TEHM: A Terrestrial Ecosystem Hydrology Model. EDFB/IBP-76/8, ORNL/NSF/EATC-27. 152 pp., Oak Ridge, Tenn., Oak Ridge National Laboratory.(pdf)

Lietzke, D. A. 1994. Soils of Walker Branch Watershed. ORNL/TM-11606 (107 p).

Begovich, C.L., and Luxmoore, R.J. 1979. Some sensitivity studies of chemical transport simulated in models of the soil-plant-litter-system. ORNL/TM-6791 (114 p, 3Mb).

Curlin, J.W., and Nelson, D.J. 1968. Walker Branch Watershed Project: Objectives, Facilities, and Ecological Characteristics. ORNL/TM-2271 (114 p, 4.5Mb).

Genereux, D., Hemond, H., and Mulholland, P.J. 1992. Field Studies of Streamflow Generation Using Natural and Injected Tracers on Bickford and Walker Branch Watersheds. ORNL/TM-12018 (312 p, 9Mb).

Grizzard, T., Henderson, G.S., Clebsch, E.E.C., and Reichle, D.E. 1976. Seasonal Nutrient Dynamics of Foliage and Litterfall on Walker Branch Watershed, a Deciduous Forest Ecosystem. ORNL/TM-5254 (158 p, 4.8Mb).

Huff, D.D., and Begovich, C.L. 1976. An evaluation of Two Hydrograph Separation Methods of Potential Use in Regional Water Quality Assessment. ORNL/TM-5258 (122 p, 2.8Mb).

Johnson, D.W., Cole, D.W., Horng, F.W., VanMiegrot, H., and Todd, D.E. 1981. Chemical Characteristics of Two Forested Ultisols and Two Forested Inceptisols Relevant to Anion Production and Mobility. ORNL/TM-7646 (34 p, 1.6Mb).

Lindberg, S.E., Harriss, R.C., Turner, R.R., Shriner, D.S., and Huff, D.D. 1979. Mechanisms and Rates of Atmospheric Deposition of Selected Trace Elements and Sulfate to a Deciduous Forest Watershed. ORNL/TM-6674 (556 p, 20.8Mb).

Peters, L.N., Grigal, D.F., Curlin, J.W., and Selvidge, W.J. 1970. Walker Branch Watershed Project: Chemical, Physical and Morphological Properties of the Soils of Walker Branch Watershed. ORNL/TM-2968 (104 p, 4Mb).

Segars, J.E., Minear, R.A., Elwood, J.W., and Mulholland, P.J. 1986. Chemical Characterization of Soluble Phosphorus Forms Along a Hydrologic Flowpath of a Forested Stream Ecosystem. ORNL/TM-9737 (134 p, 3.8Mb).

Timmins, S., and Chason, J. 1991. 1989 Walker Branch Watershed Surveying and Mapping Including a Guide to Coordinate Transformation Procedures. ORNL/TM-11779.

All Publications (Sorted by Author)

Adriano, D.C. and M. Havas, 1989, Acidic precipitation. Advances in environmental science. Vol. 1. New York: Springer-Verlag. 326.

Amthor, J.S. and D.D. Baldocchi, 1998, Terrestrial Higher-Plant Respiration and Net Primary Production, In: Terrestrial Global Productivity:  Past, Present and Future, J. Roy, B. Saugier, and H. Mooney, Editors, Academic Press: San Diego.

Anderson, S.H. and H.H.J. Shugart, 1974, Avian community analysis of Walker Branch Watershed, ORNL/TM-4700, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Anderson, D.E., S.B. Verma, R.E. Clement, D.D. Baldocchi, and D.R. Matt, 1986, Turbulence spectra of CO2, water vapor, temperature and velocity over a deciduous forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 38: 81-99.

Andren, A.W., S.E. Lindberg, and L.C. Bate, 1975, Atmospheric input and geochemical cycling of selected trace elements in Walker Branch Watershed, ORNL/NSF/EATC-13, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Andren, A.W. and S.E. Lindberg, 1977, Atmospheric input and origin of selected elements in Walker Branch Watershed, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Water Air and Soil Pollution, 8(2): p. 199-215.

Arnseth, R.W. and R.S. Turner, 1988, Sequential extraction of Fe, Mn, Al, and Si in soils from two contrasting watersheds. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 52:1801-1807.

Ausmus, B.S., N.T. Edwards, and M. Witkamp, 1976, Microbial immobilization of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium: Implications of forest ecosystem processes, in The Role of terrestrial and aquatic organisms in decomposition processes : the 17th symposium of the British Ecological Society, J.M. Anderson and A. McFadyen, Editors. Blackwell Scientific Press, Oxford: Oxford. p. 397-416.

Baes, C.F., C.L. Begovich, W.M. Culkowski, K.R. Dixon, D.E. Fields, J.T. Holdeman, D.D. Huff, D.R. Jackson, N.M. Larson, R.J. Luxmoore, J.K. Munro, M.R. Patterson, R.J. Raridon, M. Reeves, O.C. Stein, J.L. Stolzy, T.C. Tucker, R.I. Van Hook, and W.D. Shults, 1975, The Unified Transport Model; Ecology and Analysis of Trace Contaminants Progress Report, October 1974-December 1975, ORNL/NSF/EATC-22,Oak Ridge National Laboratory,Oak Ridge, TN

Baldocchi, D.D., B.A. Hutchison, D.R. Matt, and R.T. McMillen, 1984, Seasonal variations in the radiation regime within an oak-hickory forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 33:177-191.

Baldocchi, D.D., D.R. Matt, B.A. Hutchison, and R.T. McMillen, 1984, Solar radiation in an oak-hickory forest : an evaluation of extinction coefficients for several radiation components during fully-leafed and leafless periods. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 32: 307-322.

Baldocchi, D.D., B.A. Hutchison, D.R. Matt, and R.T. McMillen, 1985, Canopy radiative transfer models for spherical and known leaf inclination angle distributions: a test in an oak-hickory forest Journal of Applied. Ecology,  22: 539-555.

Baldocchi, D.D., D.R. Matt, R.T. McMillen, and B.A. Hutchsion, 1985, Evapotranspiration from an oak-hickory forest, in Proceedings of the National Conference on Advances in Evapotranspiration, December 16-17, 1985, Chicago, Illinois. American Society of Agricultural Engineers: St. Joseph, Michigan. p. 414-422.

Baldocchi, D.D., S.B. Verma, D.E. Anderson, and D.R. Matt, 1986, Eddy-correlation measurements of carbon-dioxide efflux from the floor of a deciduous forest. Journal of Applied Ecology, 23(3): p. 967-975.

Baldocchi, D.D. and B.A. Hutchison, 1986, Effects of clumped foliage on the estimation of canopy photosynthesis and stomatal conductance in a deciduous forest. Tree Physiology, 2: 155-168.

Baldocchi, D.D. and B.A. Hutchison, 1986, On estimating canopy photosynthesis and stomatal conductance in a deciduous forest with clumped foliage. Tree Physiology, 2: 155-168.

Baldocchi, D.D., B.A. Hutchison, D.R. Matt, and R.T. McMillen, 1986, Seasonal variations in the statistics of photosynthetically active radiation penetration in an oak hickory forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 36: 343-361.

Baldocchi, D.D., B.B. Hicks, and P. Camara, 1987, A canopy stomatal resistance model for gaseous deposition to vegetated surfaces. Atmospheric Environment, 21: 91-101.

Baldocchi, D.D., B.B. Hicks, and T.P. Meyers, 1988, Measuring biosphere-atmosphere exchanges of biologically related gases with micrometeorological methods. Ecology, 69(5): p. 1331-1340.

Baldocchi, D.D. and T.P. Meyers, 1988, A spectral and lag correlation analysis of turbulence in a deciduous forest canopy. Boundary Layer Meteorology, 45: 31-58.

Baldocchi, D.D. and T.P. Meyers, 1988, Turbulence structure in a deciduous forest. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 43(4): p. 345-365.

Baldocchi, D.D., 1989, Turbulence transfer in a deciduous forest. Tree Physiology, 5: 357-377.

Baldocchi, D.D. and T.P. Meyers, 1991, Trace gas exchange at the floor of a deciduous forest : I Evaporation and CO2 efflux. Journal Geophysical Research, Atmospheres, 96: 7271-7285.

Baldocchi, D.D., 1993, Scaling water and carbon exchange processes from leaves to a canopy: rules and tools, in Scaling Processes Between Leaf and Landscape Levels, J. Ehleringer and C.B. Field, Editors, Academic Press: San Diego. p. 77-114.

Baldocchi, D.D. and S. Collineau, 1994, The Physical Nature of Light in Heterogeneous Canopies: Spatial and Temporal Attributes, in Exploitation of Environmental Heterogeneity by Plants: Ecophysiological Processes Above and Below Ground, M.M. Caldwell and R.W. Pearcy, Editors, Academic Press: San Diego. p. 21-72.

Baldocchi, D.D., A. Guenther, P.C. Harley, L. Klinger, P. Zimmerman, B. Lamb, and H. Westberg, 1995, The fluxes and air chemistry of isoprene above a deciduous hardwood forest. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, A, 350: 279-296.

Baldocchi, D.D. and P.C. Harley, 1995, Scaling carbon dioxide and water vapor exchange from leaf to canopy in a deciduous forest: model testing and application. Plant, Cell and Environment, 18: 1157-1173.

Baldocchi, D.D. and C.A. Vogel, 1996, Energy and Carbon Dioxide Flux Densities Above and Below a Temperate Broad-leaved Forest and a Boreal Pine Forest. Tree Physiology, 16: 5-16.

Baldocchi, D.D., 1997, Flux footprints within and over forest canopies. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 85(2): p. 273.

Baldocchi, D.D., 1997, Measuring and modeling carbon dioxide and water vapor exchange over a temperate broad-leaved forest during the 1995 summer drought. Plant, Cell and Environment, 20: 1108-1122.

Baldocchi, D.D. and J.S. Amthor, 1998, Canopy Photosynthesis:  History, measurements and models, in Terrestrial Global Productivity:  Past, Present and Future, J. Roy, B. Saugier, and H. Mooney, Editors, Academic Press: San Diego.

Baldocchi, D.D. and T.P. Meyers, 1998, On using eco-physiological, micrometeorological and biogeochemical theory to evaluate carbon dioxide, water vapor and gaseous deposition fluxes over vegetation. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 90: 1-26.

Baldocchi, D.D. and K.B. Wilson, 2001, Modeling CO2 and water vapor exchange of a temperate broadleaved forest across hourly to decadal time scales. Ecological Modelling, 142(1-2): p. 155-184.

Baldocchi, D.D., E. Falge, and K. Wilson, 2001, A spectral analysis of biosphere-atmosphere trace gas flux densities and meteorological variables across hour to multi- year time scales. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 107(1): p. 1-27.

Balick, L.K. and B.A. Hutchison, Directional thermal infrared exitance distributions from a leafless deciduous forest. 1986, Remote Sensing , 693-698.

Barnett, M.O., P.M. Jardine, S.C. Brooks, and H.M. Selim, 2000, Adsorption and transport of U(VI) in subsurface media. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 64: 908-917.

Barnett, M.O., P.M. Jardine, and S.C. Brooks, 2002, U(VI) adsorption to heterogeneous subsurface media: Application of a surface complexation model. Environmental Science & Technology, 36(5): p. 937-942.

Baron, L.A., T.L. Ashwood, B.E. Sample, and C. Welsh, 1997, Monitoring bioaccumulation of contaminants in the belted kingfisher (Ceryle alcyon). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 47(2): p. 153-165.

Barrie, L., S.E. Lindberg, W.H. Chan, H.B. Ross, R. Arimoto, and T.M. Church, 1987, On the concentration of trace metals in precipitation. Atmospheric Environment, 211133-1135.

Bate, L.C., S.E. Lindberg, and A.W. Andren, 1975, Elemental analysis of water and air solids by neutron activation analys. IN: International nuclear and atomic activation analysis conference; Gatlinburg, Tennessee, CONF-751009--4,

Beaulieu, J.J., Arango, C.P., Hamilton, S.K. and Tank, J.L., The production and emission of nitrous oxide from headwater streams in the Midwestern United States. Global Change Biology, In press

Begovich, C.L. and D.R. Jackson, 1975, Documentation and application of SCEHM. A model for soil chemical exchange of heavy metals, ORNL/NSF/EATC-16,Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Begovich, C.L. and R.J. Luxmoore, 19769, Some sensitivity studies of chemical transport simulated in models of the soil-plant-litter system, ORNL/TM-6791, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Bostick, B.C., M.O. Barnett, P.M. Jardine, S.C. Brooks, and S.E. Fendorf, 2002, Uranyl surface species formed on subsurface media from DOE facilities. Soil Science Society America Journal, 66: 99-108.

Bowling, D.R., A.A. Turnipseed, A.C. Delany, D.D. Baldocchi, J.P. Greenberg, and R.K. Monson, 1998, The use of relaxed eddy accumulation to measure biosphere- atmosphere exchange of isoprene and other biological trace gases. Oecologia, 116(3): p. 306-315.

Bowling, D.R., P.P. Tans, and R.K. Monson, Partitioning net ecosystem carbon exchange with isotopic fluxes of CO2. 2001, Global Change Biology, 7(2): p. 127-145.

Canadell, J., H. Mooney, D. Baldocchi, J. Berry, J. Ehleringer, C. Field, T. Gower, D. Hollinger, J. Hunt, R. Jackson, G. Shaver, S. Trumbore, R. Valentini, and B. Yoder, 1999, Ecosystem metabolism and the global carbon cycle. Bioscience, 14:(6): p. 249-249.

Chambers, L.S. and P.J. Hanson, 1995, Impact of changing precipitation patterns on CO2 efflux rates from a forest floor - the 1995 updated profile. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 76(2): p.

Chang, F. and J.W. Delleur, 1992, Systematic Parameter Estimation of Watershed Acidification Model. Hydrological Processes, 6(1): p. 29-44.

Coe, J.M. and S.E. Lindberg, 1987, The morphology and size distributions of atmospheric particles deposited on foliage and inert surfaces. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, 37: 237-243.

Comiskey, C.E., G.S. Henderson, R.H. Gardner, and F.W. Woods, 1977, Patterns of organic matter transport on Walker Branch Watershed, in Watershed Research in Eastern North America:  A workshop to compare results.  Volume 1.  Chesapeake Bay Center for Environmental Studies.  p. 439-467.

Cox, T.L., W.F. Harris, B.S. Ausmus, and N.T. Edwards, 1977, The role of roots in biogeochemical cycles in eastern deciduous forests, in The Belowground Ecosystem:  A Synthesis of Plant Associated Processes, J.K. Marshall, Editor, Colorado State University: Fort Collins, Colorado. p. 321-326.

Cox, T.L., W.F. Harris, B.S. Ausmus, and N.T. Edwards, 1978, The role of roots in biogeochemical cycles in an eastern deciduous forest. Pedobiologia, 18: 264-271.

Craft, C.B. and J.W. Webb, 1983, Effects of acidic and neutral sulfate salt solutions on forest floor arthropods. Journal of Environmental Quality, 13(3): p. 436-440.

Curlin, J.W. and D.J. Nelson, 1968, Walker Branch Watershed Project:  objectives, facilities and ecological characteristics, ORNL/TM-2271,

Cushman, R.M., 1975, Production dynamics of Alloperia mediana Banks (Plecoptera: Chloroperlidae) and Diplectrona modesta Banks (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae) in Walker Branch, Tennessee, MS in Ecology. University of Tennessee: Knoxville.

Cushman, R.M., J.W. Elwood, and S.G. Hildebrand, 1975, Production dynamics of Alloperia mediana Banks (Plecoptera: Chloroperlidae) and Diplectrona modesta Banks (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae) in Walker Branch, Tennessee, ORNL-TM-4957,Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Cushman, R.M., J.W. Elwood, and S.G. Hildebrand, 1977, Life history and production dynamics of Alloperia mediana and Diplectrona modesta in Walker Branch, Tennessee. American Midland Naturalist, 98(2): p. 354-364.

Dale, V.H., L.K. Mann, R.J. Olson, D.W. Johnson, and K.C. Dearstone, 1990, The long-term influence of past land use on the Walker Branch forest. Landscape Ecology, 4: 211-224.

Dale, V.H., A.W. King, L.K. Mann, R.A. Washington-Allen, and R.A. McCord, 1998, Assessing land-use impacts on natural resources. Environmental Management, 22(2): p. 203-211.

DeAngelis, D. L., and P. J. Mulholland.  2004. Dynamic consequences of allochthonous inutrient input to freshwater systems, pp. 12-24.  In: Food Webs at the Landscape Level, G. A. Polis, M. E. Power, and G. R. Huxel (eds.), The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.

Division, Environmental Sciences, 1972, Walker Branch Watershed: a study of terrestrial and aquatic system interaction. IN: Environmental Sciences Division annual progress report for period ending September 30, 1972, ORNL-4848,Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Dixon, K.R., R.J. Luxmoore, and C.L. Begovich, 1976, CERES - A model of forest stand biomass dynamics for predicting trace contaminant, nutrient, and water effects, ORNL/NSF/EATC-25,Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Dixon, K.R., R.J. Luxmoore, and C.L. Begovich, 1978, CERES - A model of forest stand biomass dynamics for predicting trace contaminant, nutrient, and water effects. II. Model application. Ecological Modelling, 5: 93-114.

Dixon, K.R., R.J. Luxmoore, and C.L. Begovich, 1978, CERES - A model of forest stand biomass dynamics for predicting trace contaminant, nutrient, and water effects; I. Model description. Ecological Modelling, 5:17-38.

Doll, W.E., R.D. Miller, and J.H. Xia, 1998, A noninvasive shallow seismic source comparison on the Oak Ridge Reservation, Tennessee. Geophysics, 63(4): p. 1318-1331.

Doyle, T.W., 1983, Competition and growth relationships in a mixed-age, mixed-species forest community.  Thesis, University of Tennessee: Knoxville.

Driese, S.G., L.D. McKay, and C.P. Penfield, 2001, Lithologic and pedogenic influences on porosity distribution and groundwater flow in fractured sedimentary saprolite: A new application of environmental sedimentology. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 71(5): p. 843-857.

Edwards, N.T. and G.J. Dodson, 1971, Litter input and decomposition in a Liriodendron forest, ORNL/IBP-71-64,Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Edwards, N.T., M.H. Shanks, and G.J. Dodson, 1971, A study of the water budget and mineral input by throughfall, wetfall, dryfall, and stemflow in a Liriodendron forest, ORNL/IBP-71-65,Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Edwards, N.T. and M.H. Shanks, 1972, Cycling of elements by Liriodendron: Inputs to the forest floor via wetfall, dryfall, canopy leaching and litterfall, ORNL/IBP-72-149,Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Edwards, N.T., 1972, Prediction of forest floor respiration rates from air and litter temperatures, ORNL/IBP-72-131,Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

Edwards, N.T. and P. Sollins, 1973, Continuous measurement of carbon dioxide evolution from partitioned forest floor components. Ecology, 54: 406-412.

Edwards, N.T., 1974, A moving chamber design for measuring soil respiration rates. Oikos, 25: 97-101.

Edwards, N.T., 1975, Effects of temperature and moisture on carbon dioxide evolution in a mixed deciduous forest floor. Soil Science Society America Proceedings, 39: 361-365.

Edwards, N.T., W.F. Harris, and J. Shugart, H.H., 1977, Carbon cycling in a deciduous forest, in The Belowground Ecosystem: A Synthesis of Plant Associated Processes, J.K. Marshall, Editor, Colorado State University: Fort Collins, CO.

Edwards, N.T. and W.F. Harris, 1977, Carbon cycling in a mixed deciduous forest floor. Ecology, 58: 431-437.

Edwards, N.T. and S.B. McLaughlin, 1978, Temperature-independent diurnal variations of respiration rates in Quercus alba L. and Liriodendron tulipifera L. Oikos, 31: 200-206.

Edwards, N.T. and B.M. Ross-Todd, 1979, The effects of stem girdling on biogeochemical cycles within a mixed deciduous forest in eastern Tennessee. I. Soil solution chemistry, soil respiration, litterfall, and root mass. Oecologia, 40: 247-257.

Edwards, N.T., J. Shugart, H.H., S.B. McLaughlin, W.F. Harris, and D.E. Reichle, 1980, Carbon metabolism in terrestrial ecosystems, in Dynamic Properties of Forest Ecosystems, D.E. Reichle, Editor, Cambridge University Press: London. p. 499-536.

Edwards, N.T., 1982, A time saving technique for measuring respiration rates in incubated soil samples. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 46: 1114-1116.

Edwards, N.T., 1982, The use of soda-lime for measuring respiration rates in terrestrial systems. Pedobiologia, 23: 321-330.

Edwards, N.T., 1983, Carbon dynamics in a mixed deciduous forest following clearcutting withand without residue removal. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 47: 1014-1021.

Edwards, N.T., D.W. Johnson, S.B. McLaughlin, and W.F. Harris, 1989, Carbon dynamics and productivity, in Analysis of Biogeochemical Cycling Processes in Walker Branch Watershed, D.W. Johnson and R.I. Van Hook, Editors, Springer-Verlag: New York.

Edwards, N.T. and P.J. Hanson, 1994, Bole respiration in a closed-canopy upland oak forest before and after soil moisture manipulations. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 75(2): p.

Edwards, N.T. and P.J. Hanson, 1996, Stem respiration in a closed-canopy upland oak forest. Tree Physiology, 16(4): p. 433-439.

Eldridge, J.S., T.W. Oakes, and K.E. Shank, 1980, Radionuclide Concentrations in White-Tailed Deer on the Department-of-Energy Oak-Ridge-Reservation. Health Physics, 39(6): p. 1059-1059.

Elwood, J.W. and D.J. Nelson, 1972, Periphyton production and grazing rates in a stream measured with a 32P material balance method. Oikos, 23: 295-303.

Elwood, J.W. and R.A. Goldstein, 1975, Effects of temperature on food injestion rate and absorption, retention, and equilibrium body burden of phosphorus in an aquatic snail, Goniobasis clavaeformis Lea. Freshwater Biology, 5: 397-406.

Elwood, J.W. and G.S. Henderson, 1975, Hydrologic and chemical budgets at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, in Coupling of Land and Water Systems, A.D. Hasler, Editor, Springer-Verlag: New York. p. 31-51.

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