American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers


Hydrology and Management of Forested Wetlands, Proceedings of the International Conference, April 8-12, 2006, New Bern, North Carolina


  1. Errata
    Authors:   N.A. Rahim, L. Wollesen, E. Efransjah and H.K. Aziz, S.H. Ensign, M.F. Piehler, K. Fisher and M.W. Doyle, D. Kroes and C. Hupp
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20442
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  2. HYDROLOGIC CONTROLS ON WETLAND BIOGEOCHEMICAL FUNCTIONS – APPRECIATING THE CERTAINTIES AND UNCERTAINTIES
    Authors:   C.C. Trettin
    Keywords:   forested peatland; biogeochemistry; carbon cycle; water balance; global change effects; forest soil
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20290
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  3. CLIMATE – CARBON DYNAMICS IN NORTHERN PEATLANDS
    Authors:   N.T. Roulet, S. Frolking, P. Lafleur, T. Moore, and P. Richard
    Keywords:   peatland, carbon cycling, ecosystem models, hydrologic models, carbon source/sink, greenhouse gases, Peatland Carbon Simulator (PCARS), McGill Wetland Model (McWM)
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20291
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  4. Effect of Drainage and Management Practices on Hydrology of Pine Plantation
    Authors:   R. Wayne Skaggs, D.M. Amatya, G.M. Chescheir, C. D. Blanton and J.W. Gilliam
    Keywords:   Water table, Drainage, Forest, Evapotranspiration, Hydraulic Conductivity, Controlled Drainage, Harvesting
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20292
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  5. HYDROLOGY AND WATER QUALITY OF A DRAINED LOBLOLLY PINE PLANTATION IN COASTAL NORTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   D.M. Amatya, R.W. Skaggs, and J.W. Gilliam
    Keywords:   Water table, drainage outflows, Forest, Evapotranspiration, Nutrient concentrations, nutrient loadings
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20293
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  6. EVAPOTRANSPIRATION OF A MID-ROTATION LOBLOLLY PINE PLANTATION AND A RECENTLY HARVESTED STANDS ON THE COASTAL PLAIN OF NORTH CAROLINA, U.S.A.
    Authors:   W. Cao, G. Sun, S.G. McNulty, J. Chen, A. Noormets, R.W. Skaggs, and D.M. Amatya
    Keywords:   Transpiration, Interception, Evapotranspiration, Sap flow, Thermal Dissipation Method, Water Balances
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20294
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  7. SOIL PROPERTIES IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA CREATED FORESTED WETLANDS
    Authors:   L. A. B. Giese and C. T. Flannagan
    Keywords:   Carbon, Created Wetlands, Nitrogen, Soil Organic Matter, Virginia
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20295
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  8. EFFECTS OF STAND STRUCTURE AND DENSITY ON WINDTHROW IN PICEA ABIES-DOMINATED SHELTERWOODS IN SWEDEN
    Authors:   P. Holgén and B. Hånell
    Keywords:   windfall, shelter tree, stand density, dominant, co-dominant, exposure
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20296
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  9. RESTORATION OF HYDROLOGIC AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL FUNCTIONS IN BOTTOMLAND HARDWOODS
    Authors:   C.J. Richardson, R. Elting, J. Pahl, and G. Katul
    Keywords:   Wetland Restoration, Nonlinear Reservoir Model, Nutrient Export, Urban Wetlands Water Quality, Nitrate, Phosphate, Stream Restoration, Groundwater, Riparian
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20297
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  10. WATER BALANCE OF DRAINED PLANTATION WATERSHEDS IN NORTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   J. M. Grace III and R.W. Skaggs
    Keywords:   Hydrology, Forest, Thinning, Water Management, Water Balance, Organic Soils
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20298
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  11. BIOMASS, N, AND P ACCUMULATION IN FIRST AND SECOND ROTATION LOBLOLLY PINE PLANTATIONS ON A POORLY DRAINED BLADEN LOAM SOIL AND SOMEWHAT POORLY DRAINED LYNCHBURG FINE SANDY LOAM SOIL IN COASTAL SOUTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   C. A. Gresham
    Keywords:   Sustained yield, Pinus taeda L, nutrient pools, productivity, site preparation, seedling release, bedding
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20299
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  12. MANAGING TROPICAL PEAT SWAMP FOREST: INTEGRATING FORESTRY PRACTICES AND HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    Authors:   N. Abdul-Rahim, L. Wollesen, E. Efransjah, and H. Khali-Aziz
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20300
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  13. THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON THE GROWTH OF ATLANTIC WHITE CEDAR IN TWO MID-ATLANTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES
    Authors:   A. M. Seim, S. D. Merry, N. Pederson and R. B. Atkinson
    Keywords:   Tree-rings, Atlantic white cedar, temperature, dendrochronology
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20301
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  14. RESTORING HYDROPERIOD ON PREVIOUSLY INTENSIVELY MANAGED FORESTLANDS
    Authors:   T.T. Gilpin, J. L. Vowell
    Keywords:   hydroperiod, hydrology, restoration, culverts, low-water crossings, ditch-plugs, Tate’s Hell State Forest
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20302
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  15. TIMBER HARVESTING EFFECTS ON SMALL HEADWATER RIPARIAN WETLANDS IN SOUTHWESTERN GEORGIA
    Authors:   M. Miwa, W.B. Summer, S.B. Terrell, M.W. Griswold, D.G. Jones, R.T. Winn, and M. Bell
    Keywords:   Headwater riparian wetlands, best management practices, partial SMZ harvesting, watershed hydrology, water quality, bioindicators, macroinvertebrates
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20303
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  16. HOW DO RIPARIAN ZONES AND GEOMORPHIC HOLLOWS AFFECT STORMFLOW GENERATION IN HEADWATER CATCHMENTS?
    Authors:   R.C. Sidle
    Keywords:   forest hydrology, hydrogeomorphology, subsurface flow, saturated overland flow, preferential flow, Hortonian overland flow, storm runoff, hillslope hydrology, zero-order basins catchment hydrology, Japan
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20304
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  17. SOIL CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND HYDROLOGIC PROCESSES ALONG THE BORDER OF JAPANESE CYPRESS (HINOKI) AND MIXED BROADLEAF FORESTS
    Authors:   S. Yamashita and R. C. Sidle
    Keywords:   soil chemical properties, total soluble nitrogen, Japanese cypress
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20305
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  18. HYDROLOGY OF COASTAL SANDY SOILS THAT DIFFER BY DRAINAGE CLASS
    Authors:   T. M. Williams
    Keywords:   Coastal plain, spodosol, water table, temporal variability, soil drainage class
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20306
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  19. EVALUATING RIPARIAN BUFFERS FOR NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION CONTROL IN AN URBAN SETTING USING THE RIPARIAN ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT MODEL, REMM
    Authors:   B.E. Allison, S. M. Fatula and D.P. Wolanski
    Keywords:   SWAT model, Riparian Ecosystem Management Model, simulation, buffer design, Delaware
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20307
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  20. HYDROLOGIC EFFECT OF THREE RESTORATION TECHNIQUES ON A PRIOR CONVERTED WETLAND IN EASTERN NC
    Authors:   J.D. Wright, M.R. Burchell II, R.O. Evans, and J.D. Shelby
    Keywords:   Wetland Hydrology, wetland criteria, restored wetland
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20308
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  21. TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF LOUISIANA’S COASTAL WETLAND FORESTS: PROBLEMS, CONSTRAINTS, AND A NEW BEGINNING
    Authors:   L. Chambers, W.H. Conner, R.F. Keim, S.P Faulkner, J.W. Day, E.S. Gardiner, M.S. Hughes, S.L. King, K.W. McLeod, C.A. Miller, J.A. Nyman, and G.P. Shaffer
    Keywords:   Baldcypress, tupelo, sustainability, regeneration, restoration
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20309
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  22. THE IMPORTANCE OF PULSED PHYSICAL EVENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY OF LOUISIANA COASTAL FORESTED WETLANDS
    Authors:   J.W. Day, Jr., W.H. Conner, and G.P. Shaffer
    Keywords:   Forested wetlands, hydrology, saltwater intrusion, nutrients, freshwater diversions, swamps, productivity, Louisiana
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20310
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  23. BACKGROUND, SHORT-TERM AND POTENTIAL LONG-TERM DENITRIFICATION CAPACITY OF SOILS IN URBANIZED COASTAL WATERSHEDS ON KIAWAH ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA, USA
    Authors:   S.R. Drescher, M.K. Burke, A.J. Lewitus, S.D Brown
    Keywords:   Denitrification, constructed wetlands, eutrophication, nitrous oxide
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20311
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  24. SEDIMENT AND NUTRIENT ACCUMULATION WITHIN LOWLAND BOTTOMLAND ECOSYSTEMS: AN EXAMPLE FROM THE ATCHAFALAYA RIVER BASIN, LOUISIANA
    Authors:   C.R. Hupp and G.B. Noe
    Keywords:   floodplain sedimentation, nutrients, fluvial geomorphology, riparian zone, biogeochemical cycling, Atchafalaya Basin, carbon sequestration
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20312
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  25. IMPACTS OF SEDIMENT DEPOSITION ON PRODUCTIVITY AND NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN RIPARIAN FORESTS
    Authors:   R.L Jolley and B.G. Lockaby
    Keywords:   sedimentation, sediment deposition, erosion, forest roads, riparian forest, ephemeral streams, decomposition, fine roots, productivity, NPP, nitrogen, N mineralization, phosphorus, carbon
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20313
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  26. Temperature Coefficient for Modeling Denitrification in Surface Water Sediments Using the Mass Transfer Coefficient
    Authors:   T.W. Appelboom, G.M. Chescheir, R.W. Skaggs, J.W. Gilliam, and D. Amatya
    Keywords:   mass transfer coefficient, temperature, denitrification, modeling, watershed
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20314
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  27. EVALUATION OF TIME PROPORTIONAL SAMPLING STRATEGIES FOR ESTIMATING ANNUAL NUTRIENT FLUXES AT THE OUTLETS OF COASTAL PLAIN WATERSHEDS
    Authors:   F. Birgand, T. W. Appelboom, G. M. Chescheir, R. W. Skaggs and J. W. Gilliam
    Keywords:   Management Practices, sampling strategies, time proportional sampling, sampling errors, nutrient fluxes, water quality, watersheds, diffuse pollution
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20315
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  28. Modeling the Monthly Water Balance of a First Order Coastal Forested Watershed
    Authors:   S.V. Harder, D.M. Amatya, T.J. Callahan, and C.C. Trettin
    Keywords:   Hydrologic models, poorly drained, DRAINMOD, Thornthwaite, runoff, ET
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20316
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  29. UNDERSTANDING THE HYDROLOGIC RESPONSE OF A COASTAL PLAIN WATERSHED TO FOREST MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN SOUTH CAROLINA, U.S.A.
    Authors:   J. Lu, G. Sun, D. M. Amatya, S. V. Harder and S. G. McNulty
    Keywords:   Hydrologic modeling, Wetland hydrology, MIKE SHE, Forest management, Climate change
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20317
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  30. SILVICS AND MANAGEMENT OF A KEY POCOSIN TREE SPECIES: LOBLOLLY-BAY, GORDONIA LASIANTHUS (L.) ELLIS
    Authors:   C. A. Gresham
    Keywords:   Wetlands, South Carolina, tree growth, seedfall, fire, pulp source, papermaking, TAPPI mullen, tear factor, specific gravity, tracheid fiber length, ray, fiber, vessel volume
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20318
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  31. WATER AND NITRATE BALANCE IN A POORLY DRAINED FORESTED AND AGRICULTURAL WATERSHED
    Authors:   C. Billy, F. Birgand, C. Kao, J. Tournebize
    Keywords:   Agricultural catchment, drainage, forested area, hydrological behavior, biogeochemical processes, dilution, nitrogen retention
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20319
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  32. INCORPORATING GIS IN RIVER HYDRAULIC MODELING: ASSESSING THE ABILITY TO PREDICT ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF RIVER MODIFICATION ON FLOODPLAIN FORESTS
    Authors:   T.M. Williams
    Keywords:   flooding, hydraulic model, HEC-RAS, GIS, Santee River, South Carolina
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20320
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  33. SIMULATING THE BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES IN CYPRESS WETLAND-PINE UPLAND ECOSYSTEMS AT A LANDSCAPE SCALE WITH THE WETLAND-DNDC MODEL
    Authors:   G. Sun, C. Li, C. C. Trettin, J. Lu, and S.G. McNulty
    Keywords:   Wetlands, Hydrology, Biogeochemical Cycling, Modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20321
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  34. SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF TIDAL RIVERS USING ROTATIONAL TIDAL BASIN CONCEPT: A CASE STUDY IN KJDR PROJECT
    Authors:   M. M. Islam
    Keywords:   Drainage management, Hydraulic mathematical modeling, Loss of agricultural products, Reduction of conveyance, Redefinition of rotational tidal basin concept, Tidal river management, Tidal volume
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20322
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  35. LONG-TERM EFFECT OF PLOUGHING ON SOIL HYDROLOGY IN NORTHERN FINLAND
    Authors:   K. Mäkitalo, J. Heiskanen and V. Hallikainen
    Keywords:   Soil moisture, soil physical properties, site preparation, ploughing, till soils
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20323
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  36. DETERMINATION OF LATERAL EFFECT OF A DRAINAGE DITCH ON WETLAND HYDROLOGY FOR TWO FIELD SITES
    Authors:   B. D. Phillips, R. W. Skaggs, G.M. Chescheir
    Keywords:   Lateral effect, Wetland drainage, Water table, Wetlands, Drainage, Hydric soils
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20324
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  37. UTILIZING INFORMATION ON SITE HYDROLOGY IN GROWTH AND YIELD MODELING: PEATLAND MODELS IN THE MOTTI STAND SIMULATOR
    Authors:   H. Hökkä & H. Salminen
    Keywords:   Forest drainage, forest management, growth models, hydrology, peatlands, simulation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20325
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  38. EFFECTS OF THE GROWTH AND VOLUME OF SCOTS PINE STANDS ON THE LEVEL OF THE WATER TABLE ON PEAT IN CENTRAL FINLAND
    Authors:   E. Ahti & H. Hökkä
    Keywords:   peatland, Scots pine, stand volume, tree growth, water table
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20326
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  39. MODELING DENITRIFICATION IN COASTAL PLAIN RIPARIAN FORESTS
    Authors:   R. R. Lowrance, R. G. Williams, and L.S. Altier
    Keywords:   Nitrogen, nitrate, ammonium, denitrification, riparian, REMM
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20327
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  40. MODELING THE HYDROLOGY AND NITRATE LOADING OF SIX COASTAL PLAIN WATERSHEDS WITH DIFFERING LAND USE, TOPOGRAPHY, AND CHANNEL NETWORK CHARACTERISTICS
    Authors:   G. M. Chescheir, G. P. Fernandez, R. W. Skaggs, D. M. Amatya
    Keywords:   Drainage, Nitrogen, Watershed, DRAINMOD, Water Quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20328
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  41. A Numerical Simulation of Nutrient Transport in Taihu Basin
    Authors:   G. Lai, G. Yu
    Keywords:   Taihu Basin, Nutrients, External inputs, SWAT model
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20329
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  42. DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE RESTORATION OF FORESTED RIVERINE WETLANDS
    Authors:   K. L. Tweedy
    Keywords:   Headwater systems, natural channel design, mitigation, reference sites
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20330
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  43. TERM EFFECTS OF TIMBER HARVESTING ON SITE PROPERTIES AND STAND GROWTH IN A TUPELO-CYPRESS WETLAND
    Authors:    W.M. Aust
    Keywords:   Forested wetlands, timber harvesting impacts, sediment, site recovery
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20331
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  44. EFFECTS OF DRAINAGE AND BEDDING ON NEAR SURFACE HYDROLOGY AND GROWTH OF LOBLOLLY PINE (PINUS TAEDA L.) IN THE COASTAL PLAIN OF VIRGINIA
    Authors:   T. R. Fox, W. M. Aust, J. A. Burger , G. H. Hansen, K. H. Kyle, and L. J. Andrews
    Keywords:   Site Preparation, Water Table, Hydric Soils, Pine Plantations
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20332
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  45. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE LONG-TERM HYDROLOGIC REQUIREMENTS OF FOUR CAROLINA BAY PLANT COMMUNITIES
    Authors:   P. V. Caldwell, J. D. Gregory, R. L. Huffman, R. W. Skaggs, and M. J. Vepraskas
    Keywords:   DRAINMOD, Hydrologic Simulation, Modeling, Carolina Bay, Plant Community, Wetland Restoration
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20333
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  46. LESSONS LEARNED IN THE NCASI FOREST WETLANDS RESEARCH PROGRAM
    Authors:   V.L. Tatum, J.P. Shepard, T.B. Wigley, and A.A. Lucier
    Keywords:   silviculture, forested wetlands, timber management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20334
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  47. HYDROLOGIC EFFECTS OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE ON A LARGE DRAINED PINE FOREST
    Authors:   D M Amatya, G Sun, R W Skaggs, G M Chescheir, and J E Nettles
    Keywords:   Global Circulation Model, Outflow, ET, Watershed-scale Models, DRAINWAT
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20335
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  48. HYDROPERIOD AND SOIL WATER SALINITY IN THE BALDCYPRESS FLOODPLAINS OF THE LOXAHATCHEE RIVER
    Authors:   A.E. Mortl, R. Muñoz-Carpena, and Y. C. Li
    Keywords:   Wetland, saltwater intrusion, soil moisture, soil water salinity, floodplain, hydroperiod, freshwater ecosystem, Loxahatchee River, baldcypress
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20336
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  49. USE OF A RETROSPECTIVE WATER BALANCE TO PREDICT NATURAL HYDROPERIOD IN A HIGHLY ALTERED WETLAND SYSTEM: STRATEGIES FOR RESTORATION AND MANAGEMENT
    Authors:   Stephen D. Earsom
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20337
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  50. WATER QUALITY FROM UNDISTURBED, FORESTED, INTER-STREAM WETLANDS: AN EMPIRICAL APPROACH FOR LAND
    Authors:   G. P. Catts and G. M. Chescheir
    Keywords:   TMDL, non-point source, water quality, water pollution, reference watershed, nitrate, ammonium, dissolved inorganic nitrogen, organic nitrogen, nitrogen, phosphate, phosphorus, total suspended solids, total organic carbon, Hofmann Forest, wetlands
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20338
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  51. GEOMORPHIC, ECOLOGIC, AND HYDROLOGIC DYNAMICS OF MERCHANTS MILLPOND, NORTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   M.A. O’Driscoll, S.R. Riggs, D.V. Ames, M. M. Brinson, D.R. Corbett, and D. J. Mallinson
    Keywords:   Wetlands, coastal plain, North Carolina, management, millponds, small dams
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20339
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  52. BOTTOMLAND HARDWOOD MANAGEMENT DEMONSTRATIONS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA’S LOWCOUNTRY FOREST CONSERVATION PROJECT
    Authors:   W.H. Conner, R. Franklin, T. Williams, G. Kessler, and A. Nygaard
    Keywords:   bottomland hardwoods, forestry, management, South Carolina
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20340
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  53. THE INFLUENCE OF MANAGEMENT ON RUNOFF AND WATER QUALITY IN A COASTAL LOWLAND PINUS PLANTATION, SOUTHEAST QUEENSLAND
    Authors:   A.R. Forsyth, K.A. Bubb and M.E. Cox
    Keywords:   Plantation management, runoff, southeast Queensland, coastal catchment, water quality, forest harvest
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20341
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  54. INFLUENCE OF SOIL PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES ON HYDROLOGY AND RESTORATION RESPONSE IN CAROLINA BAY WETLANDS
    Authors:   C. D. Barton, D. M. Andrews, and R. K. Kolka
    Keywords:   Carolina bays, wetland soils, wetland hydrology, wetland restoration
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20342
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  55. HYDROBIOGEOCHEMICAL INFLUENCES ON METHANE EMISSION FROM TEMPERATE FORESTED WETLANDS IN CENTRAL JAPAN
    Authors:   M. Itoh, N. Ohte, K. Koba, N. Suzuki, M. Katsuyama, K. Hayamizu, and M. Tani
    Keywords:   Methane emission, Hydrological processes, Biogeochemical cycles, Redox condition, Forested wetland
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20343
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  56. GIS-BASED TOOL FOR PLANNING APPLICATIONS OF HERBICIDE/NUTRIENT TO MINIMIZE EXPORT TO WATERWAYS, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA
    Authors:   M. Preda, K. A. Bubb and M. E. Cox
    Keywords:   Geographic Information Systems, Multiple Criteria Evaluation, water logging, herbicides, Queensland
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20344
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  57. PHOSPHORUS BUDGET OF A SMALL CANADIAN BOREAL FOREST PEATLAND AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FOREST MANAGEMENT PLANNING
    Authors:   K. Couling
    Keywords:   phosphorus budget, peatland, boreal forest
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20345
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  58. CHANGES IN WATER QUALITY AND RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF RIPARIAN HYDROLOGY FOLLOWING STREAM RECONTOURING AND RETENTION BASIN CONSTRUCTION WITHIN THE UPPER SANDY CREEK WATERSHED IN THE NORTH CAROLINA PIEDMONT
    Authors:   J.W. Pahl, C.J. Richardson, M. Ho
    Keywords:   Piedmont, stream and floodplain restoration, water quality, groundwater hydrology, North Carolina
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20346
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  59. HYDROLOGICAL RESPONSE DURING STORMS IN THE RIPARIAN ZONE OF A TROPICAL FORESTED CATCHMENT
    Authors:   Pei Wen Tham
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20347
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  60. DEVELOPING MITIGATION MEASURES FOR ASSURING LONG-TERM MAINTENANCE AND STABILITY OF THE PINEY BRANCH BOG
    Authors:   M. Erbe, A. Hughes, and S. Patty
    Keywords:   gravel bog, wetland
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20348
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  61. TESTING THE EFFICACY OF RIPARIAN BUFFERS FOR PROTECTING SEASONAL WETLANDS
    Authors:   D. Tersteeg, B. Palik, R. Kolka, and J. Bell
    Keywords:   seasonal wetland, hydrology, Minnesota, buffer, forest management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20349
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  62. QUANTIFICATION AND MODELING OF IN-STREAM PROCESSES IN FOREST IMPACTED AGRICULTURAL CANALS OF THE LOWER COASTAL PLAIN
    Authors:   F. Birgand, G. M. Chescheir, R. W. Skaggs, and J. W. Gilliam
    Keywords:   In-stream processes, nutrient retention, denitrification, mass transfer coefficient
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20350
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  63. SEASONAL RESPONSE OF NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS TO FLOW RATES IN LOWER COASTAL PLAIN WATERSHEDS
    Authors:   F. Birgand, T. Appelboom, G. M. Chescheir, M. E. Lebo, R. W. Skaggs, and J. W. Gilliam
    Keywords:   Sampling strategies, nutrient flux, watershed, sampling methods
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20351
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  64. RESTORATION OF A CLAY-BASED CAROLINA BAY
    Authors:   P. Colwell and T. Baumgartner
    Keywords:   carolina bay, Hillcrest
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20352
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  65. MEASUREMENT AND MODELING OF NITROGEN BUDGET IN POORLY DRAINED SOILS OF THE LOWER COASTAL PLAIN
    Authors:   F. Birgand, F. Giraud, G. M. Chescheir, M. A. Youssef, R. W. Skaggs, and J. W. Gilliam
    Keywords:   In-stream processes, nutrient retention, denitrification, mass transfer coefficient
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20353
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  66. THE C BALANCE IN MANAGED FORESTED WETLANDS
    Authors:   C. C. Trettin, R. Laiho, K. Minkkinen, J. Laine, and M.F. Jurgensen
    Keywords:   forested peatland; carbon cycle; water balance; global change effects; forest soil
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20354
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  67. IMPROVING TIMBER YIELDS AND PROFITABILITY OF STAND MANAGEMENT ON DRAINED PEATLANDS IN FINLAND – A SIMULATION APPROACH
    Authors:   A. Ahtikoski, S. Kojola, H. Hökkä, T. Penttilä and V. Alenius
    Keywords:   stand management, drained peatlands, MOTTI stand simulator, timber yield, profitability, direct search algorithm, optimization
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20355
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  68. HYDROLOGIC AND WATER QUALITY EFFECTS OF THINNING A DRAINED PINE PLANTATION IN COASTAL NORTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   D.M. Amatya, D.F. Joyner, R.W. Skaggs, and J.W. Gilliam
    Keywords:   Loblolly Pine, Canopy, Water Table, Flow Rates, ET, Nutrients, Sediment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20356
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  69. AN ECO-HYDROLOGICAL MONITORING AND MODELING STUDY ON TURKEY CREEK WATERSHED, FRANCIS MARION NATIONAL FOREST, SC
    Authors:   D.M. Amatya, T.J. Callahan, L. Wilson, T. Cooney, A. Radecki-Pawlik, J. Miller, C.C. Trettin, J. Dupre and C. Bodiford
    Keywords:   Lower Coastal Plain, Stream Flows, Water Budget, Nutrients, Ground Water Table, Hydrologic Models
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20357
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  70. HYDROLOGY AND WATER QUALITY OF FORESTED LANDS IN EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   G. M. Chescheir, M. E. Lebo, D. M. Amatya, J. Hughes, J. W. Gilliam, R. W. Skaggs, and R. B. Herrmann
    Keywords:   Forest Hydrology, Water Quality, Nonpoint Sources, Nitrogen, Phosphorus
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20358
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  71. LANDSCAPE DEPENDENCE OF HYDROLOGIC PATTERNS IN LOWERCOASTAL PLAIN DEPRESSION WETLANDS
    Authors:   D. De Steven and C. A. Harrison
    Keywords:   depression wetland hydrology, Carolina bay hydrology
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20359
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  72. Simulation of Hydrology and Nitrogen Loading of Forested Fields Using a New Version of DRAINMOD-N
    Authors:   J. A. Diggs, G. M. Chescheir, M.A. Youssef, and R. W. Skaggs
    Keywords:   Forested wetland, Nitrogen modeling, DRAINMOD, Nitrogen transport, hydrology, Loblolly Pine
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20360
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  73. EVALUATION OF RESTORATION METHODOLOGIES FOR WETLAND HYDROLOGY OF A CAROLINA BAY
    Authors:   G. Fernandez, R. W. Skaggs, and M. Vepraskas
    Keywords:   DRAINMOD, wetland,Carolina Bay
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20361
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  74. WATERSHED SCALE MODELS FOR COASTAL PLAIN WATERSHEDS WITH POORLY DRAINED SOILS
    Authors:   G. Fernandez, G.M. Chescheir, D.M.Amatya, and R.W. Skaggs
    Keywords:   DRAINMOD, drainage, watershed scale models
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20362
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  75. THE ORIGIN OF DISSOLVED NITROGEN IN THE OUTLET STREAM OF A DITCHED FORESTED CATCHMENT A MODELING APPROACH
    Authors:   L. Finer, A. Lauren, H. Koivusalo, T. Kokkonen and T. Karvonen
    Keywords:   catchment, forest, management, modeling, nitrogen, leaching
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20363
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  76. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING OF A FIRST ORDER FORESTED WATERSHED ON OUTFLOW PROCESS IN COASTAL SOUTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   C.A. Harrison, D.M. Amatya, S.V. Harder, and C.C. Trettin
    Keywords:   Paired watershed, Outflow, Peak flow rate, Depressional storage, Understory vegetation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20364
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  77. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN GROWTH SUBSTRATES AND THE GROWTH AND NUTRITION OF YOUNG BLACK SPRUCE ON POST-DISTURBED LOWLAND BLACK SPRUCE SITES IN EASTERN CANADA
    Authors:   M. Lavoie, D. Pare, and Y. Bergeron
    Keywords:   black spruce, careful logging, forested peatland, growth substrate, microsite, paludification, wildfire
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20365
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  78. THE EFFECTS OF MICROTOPOGRAPHY AND ORGANIC LAYER THICKNESS ON SEEDLING HEIGHT GROWTH AT DIFFERENT SPATIAL SCALES IN BLACK SPRUCE STANDS PRONE TO PALUDIFICATION
    Authors:   M. Lavoie, K. Harper, D. Paré, Y. Bergeron
    Keywords:   forested peatland, microtopography, organic layer thickness, paludification, Picea mariana, scale, site quality index, spatial analysis
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20366
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  79. USING GIS PLATFORM FOR COMBINING THE RESULTS OF HYDROLOGICAL MODELS AND ASSESSING THE ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF RESTORATION PROJECT - BIEBRZA WETLANDS CASE STUDY
    Authors:   T. Okruszko, I. Kardel, and R. Michalowski
    Keywords:   Water management, hydraulic structures, modeling, GIS, flood routing , Poland
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20367
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  80. APPLICATION OF APEX FOR PREDICTION OF FLOW, AND LOSSES OF SEDIMENT, NUTRIENTS, AND HERBICIDES FROM FORESTED LANDS
    Authors:   A. Saleh, X. Wang, M.W. McBroom, and J.R. Williams
    Keywords:   Flow, Forestry, Models, Nutrients, Sediment, Water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20368
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  81. THE INFLUENCE OF EMERGENT VEGETATION ON LAI DOMINANCE DURING EARLY STAND DEVELOPMENT OF DRAINED LOBLOLLY PINE PLANTATIONS
    Authors:   D.A. Sampson, D. M. Amatya, C. D. Blanton, and R. W. Skaggs
    Keywords:   competing vegetation, pine
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20369
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  82. SIZE AND AGE STRUCTURES OF SCOTS PINE ON PRISTINE BOREAL MIRES IN FINLAND: INFERENCES TO STAND DYNAMICS
    Authors:   S. Sarkkola, H. Hokka, and T. Penttila
    Keywords:   mire, ecohydrology, Pinus sylvestris, stand structure, stand dynamics
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20370
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  83. HYDROLOGY AND WATER QUALITY OF SEEPAGE SLOPE WETLANDS ON THE SC COASTAL PLAIN
    Authors:   D. L Tufford
    Keywords:   seepage slopes, seepage wetlands, hydrology, water quality, coastal plain, South Carolina
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20371
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  84. LINKING FORESTED WETLANDS TO ESTUARIES: NUTRIENT DYNAMICS AND AQUATIC-TERRESTRIAL LINKAGES IN TIDAL FRESHWATER STREAMS OF THE CROATAN NATIONAL FOREST DRAINAGE SYSTEM
    Authors:   S.H. Ensign, M.F. Piehler, K.G. Fisher, M.W. Doyle
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20372
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  85. WETLAND RESTORATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR PRIVATE LANDOWNERS IN EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   J. D. Stanton and S. King
    Keywords:   wetlands, restoration, wetland restoration, private landowner, North Carolina, forested wetland, partnerships, migratory birds, water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20373
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  86. WETLAND WATER MANAGEMENT THROUGH EFFICIENT OPERATION OF HYDRAULIC REGULATING STRUCTURES FOR OPTIMIZING THE FISH STOCK VIS-À-VIS AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIONS
    Authors:   M. Monirul Islam, S.S. Alam, M.A.K. Chowdhury, M.L. Ali, H. Reid, A Halls
    Keywords:   Polder, regulator, fisheries, agriculture, hydrology, water balance, gate operation protocol
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20374
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  87. IMPACTS OF FORESTATION WITHIN COASTAL PLAIN WATERSHEDS
    Authors:   D.D. Bosch, J.M. Sheridan, R.R. Lowrance, and D.G. Sullivan
    Keywords:   Forested watersheds, hydrology, land-use changes
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20375
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  88. HYDROLOGIC MODELING APPROACHES TO EVALUATE FOREST MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON EXTREME FLOODING EVENTS
    Authors:   M.H. Eisenbies, W.M. Aust, J.A. Burger, and M.B. Adams
    Keywords:   Flooding, land use, hydrologic models, extreme events
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20376
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  89. EFFECTS OF FORESTRY STREAMSIDE MANAGEMENT ZONE CHARACTERISTICS ON SOIL EROSION AND WATER QUALITY
    Authors:   W.A. Lakel, W.M. Aust, and C.A. Dolloff
    Keywords:   Streamside management zones, water quality, sediment movement, harvesting impacts, forested riparian zones
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20377
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  90. GEOMORPHIC DETERMINATION OF RIVERINE WETLAND CHARACTER IN COASTAL SOUTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   T.M. Williams
    Keywords:   Bottomland hardwoods, southeastern US, geomorphology, GIS, hydroperiod, floodplain
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20378
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  91. HYDROLOGIC AND WATER QUALITY EFFECTS OF HARVESTING AND REGENERATION OF A DRAINED PINE FOREST
    Authors:   D.M. Amatya, R.W. Skaggs, C.D. Blanton, and J.W. Gilliam
    Keywords:   Water table, outflows, evapotranspiration, nutrient concentrations and loadings, paired watershed approach
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20379
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  92. TOPSOIL CHANGES IN FORMER WET FOREST STANDS IN NORTH-WESTERN GERMANY
    Authors:   C. Erber and G. Broll
    Keywords:   Humus form, organic layer, topsoil, forest, climate change, soil survey, water supply, moisture content
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20380
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  93. MODELING THE IMPACTS OF LAND USE/COVER CHANGE ON SEDIMENT LOAD IN WETLANDS OF THE POYANG LAKE BASIN
    Authors:   X. Chen, S. Bao, H. Li, Z. Wu, W. Fu, X. Cai, H. Zhao, Y. Liu, G. Peng
    Keywords:   RS Classification, Land Use/cover Change, Soil Erosion, GIS, SSC
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20381
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  94. MODELING OF NONPOINT SOURCES IN TICKFAW RIVER WATERSHED
    Authors:   S. S. Gala, G. Cothren, A. Hannoura
    Keywords:   Water quality modeling, Geographic Information System, BASINS, HSPF, Land use Scenarios
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20382
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  95. THE EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON PEATLANDS IN THE CANADIAN BOREAL AND SUBARCTIC
    Authors:   C. Tarnocai
    Keywords:   peatlands, Subarctic, Boreal, Canada, climate change, carbon, contaminants, soil water, permafrost, databases
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20383
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  96. CARBON AND WATER FLUXES IN A DRAINED COASTAL CLEARCUT AND A PINE PLANTATION IN EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   J.L. DeForest, G. Sun, A. Noormets, J. Chen, S. McNulty, M. Gavazzi, D.M. Amatya, and R.W. Skaggs
    Keywords:   clearcut, carbon flux, eddy-covariance, evapotranspiration, latent and sensible heat, and loblolly pine plantation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.20384
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