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NGCRP Bibliography - Letter: D

Names: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W X Y Z

Daly, Christopher; Bachelet, Dominique; Lenihan, James M.; Neilson, Ronald P.; Parton, William; Ojima, Dennis. 2000. Dynamic simulation of tree-grass interactions for global change studies. Ecological Applications. 10(2): 449-469.

David, M.B.; Cupples, A.M.; Lawrence, G.B.; Shi, G.; Vogt, K.; Wargo, P.M. 1998. Effect of chronic nitrogen additions on soil nitrogen fractions in red spruce stands. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 105: 183-192.

David, Mark B.; Lawrence, Gregory B. 1996. Soil and soil solution chemistry under red spruce stands across the northeastern United States. Soil Science. 161(5): 314-328.

David, Mark B.; Lawrence, Gregory B.; Shortle, Water C.; Bailey, Scott W. 1996. Calcium status of the forest floor in red spruce forests of the northeastern U.S. - past, present and future. In: Hom, J.; Birdsey, R.; O'Brien, K., eds. Proceedings, 1995 Meeting of the Northern Global Change Program. 1995 March 14-16; Pittsburgh, PA. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-214. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station: p. 118. Abstract.

Davidson, E.A.; Savage, K.; Bolstad, P.; Clark, D.A.; Curtis, P.S.; Ellsworth, D.S.; Hanson, P.J.; Law, B.E.; Luo, Y. Pregitzer, K.S.; Randolph, J.C. 2002. Belowground carbon allocation in forests estimated from litterfall and IRGA-based soil respiration measurements. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 113(1): 39-51.

Decker, Kelly L.M.; Boerner, R.E.J.; Sutherland, Elaine K. 1995. Soil ecological interactions between site management and long-term acidification in oak forests, I. Chemical and physical properties. The Ohio Journal of Science, April Program Abstracts. 95(2): p. A-19. Abstract.

DeGaetano, Arthur T. 1996. Delineation of climate regions in the northeastern United States. In: Hom, J.; Birdsey, R.; O'Brien, K., eds. Proceedings, 1995 Meeting of the Northern Global Change Program. 1995 March 14-16; Pittsburgh, PA. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-214. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station: p. 7. Abstract.

DeGaetano, Arthur T. 1996. Delineaton of mesoscale climate zones in the Northeastern United States using a novel approach to cluster analysis. Journal of Cllimate. American Meterological Society: 9(8): 1765-1782.

DeHayes, D.H.; Hawley, G.J. 1992. Genetic implications in the decline of red spruce. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 62: 233-248.

DeHayes, D.H.; Schaberg, P.G.; Hawley, G.J.; Borer, C.H.; Cumming, J.R.; Strimbeck, G.R. 1997. Physiological implications of seasonal variation in membrane-associated calcium in red spruce mesophyll cells. Tree Physiology. 17: 687-695.

DeHayes, D.H.; Strimbeck, G.R.; Schaberg, P.G.; Hawley, G.J. 1996. Membrane calcium depletion: a mechanism for acid precipitation-induced reductions in cold tolerance of red spruce. Program and Abstracts, Fifth International Plant Cold Hardiness Seminar. 1996 August 5-8; Corvallis, OR. p. 176. Abstract.

DeHayes, D.H.; Thornton, F.C.; Waite, C.E.; Ingle, M.A. 1991. Ambient cloud deposition reduces cold tolerance of red spruce seedlings. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 21: 1292-1295.

DeHayes, Donald H.; Jacobson, George L.; Schaberg, Paul G.; Bongarten, Bruce; Iverson, Louis; Dieffenbacher-Krall, Ann C. 2000. Forest Responses to Changing Climate: Lessons from the Past and Uncertainty for the Future. In: Mickler, Robert A.; Birdsey, Richard A.; Hom, John, eds. Responses of Northern U.S. Forests to Environmental Change. Ecological Studies 139. Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.: 495-542. Book.

DeHayes, Donald H.; Schaberg, Paul G.; Hawley, Gary J.; Strimbeck, G. Richard. 1999. Acid rain impacts on calcium nutrition and forest health. BioScience. 49(10): 789-800.

DeHayes, Donald. 1994. Freezing injury to montane Picea rubens; the potential role of and mechanisms for natural and anthropogenic perturbations. Bulletin of Ecological Society of America. 75(2): 51-52. Abstract.

Delaney, Mairin T.; Fernandez, Ivan J.; Simmons, Jeffrey A.; Briggs, Russell D. 1996. Red maple and white pine litter quality: initial changes with decomposition. Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 162. 1-17.

Deng, Kunmei; Luo, Tianxiang; Zhang, Lin; Wang, Xueyun; Li, Changhui. 2005. Root biomass of different stand-age pinus yunnanensis forests and its distribution pattern in different soil depths. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology. 16(1): 21-24.

Dewalle, David R.; Hom, John L.; Adams, Mary B. 2006. Introduction to the Fernow Watershed Acidification Study. In: Adams, Mary B.; DeWalle, David R.; Hom, John L., eds. The Fernow watershed acidification study. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. 11: 1-16.

Dewalle, David R.; Kochenderfer, James N.; Adams, Mary B.; Miller, Gary W.; Gilliam, Frank S.; Wood, Frederica. ; et. al. 2006. Vegetation and acidification. In: Adams, Mary B.; DeWalle, David R.; Hom, John L., eds. The Fernow watershed acidification study. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. 11: 137-188.

Dickson, R.E.; Coleman, M.D.; Riemenschneider, D.E.; Isebrands, J.G.; Hogan, G.D.; Karnosky, D.F. 1998. Growth of five hybrid poplar genotypes exposed to interacting elevated CO2 and O3. Can. J. For. Res. 28: 1706-1716.

Dickson, R.E.; Lewin, K.F.; Isebrands, J.G.; Coleman M.D.; Heilman, W.E.; Riemenschneider, D.E.; Sober, J.; Host, G.E.; Zak, D.R.; Hendrey G.R. 2000. Forest atmosphere carbon & transfer and storage (FACTS-II) the aspen free-air CO2 and O3 enrichment (FACE) project: an overview. GTR NC-214. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station: 68.

Dickson, R.E.; Tomlinson, P.T. 1996. Oak growth, development and carbon metabolism in response to water stress. Ann Sci For. 53: 181-193.

Dickson, Richard E.; Coleman, M.D.; Pechter, Priit; Karnosky, David. 2001. Growth and crown architecture of two aspen genotypes exposed to interacting ozone and carbon dioxide. Environmental Pollution. 115: 319-334.

Dietterick, B.D.; Lynch, J.A.; Corbett, E.S. 1993. Climatic change and the hydrologic cycle - an evaluation of surface runoff processing using TOPMODEL. Transactions American Geophysical Union. 75(16): 195. Abstract.

Donahue, Michael Alden. 2007. A process -based model of ozone-induced reduction in leaf photosynthesis. 1-95. MS Thesis.

Dunson, William A.; Wyman, Richard L.; Corbett, Edward S. 1992. A symposium on amphibian declines and habitat acidification. Journal of Herpetology. 26(4): 349-352.

Duvall, Matthew David. 1997. Effects of timber harvesting on the distribution of coarse woody debris in red pine forests of the western Great Lakes region. St. Paul, MN.

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