Atmospheric Pollution

James Shanley: A Less Expensive Tool to "Measure" Forest Stream Mercury Behavior
Principal Investigator: James Shanley
Project Award Year: 2008
Jeffrey S. Kahl: Acidic Deposition-Related Changes in Chemistry in a Northeastern Lake Survey, 1984-2004
Principal Investigator: Jeffrey S. Kahl
Project Award Year: 2003
Paul Schaberg: Adding Calcium to Forest Soils Improves Growth, Health, and Wound Healing of Sugar Maple
Principal Investigator: Paul Schaberg
Project Award Year: 2003
Andrew Ouimette: Improved Model to Predict Changes in Northern Forest Ecosystems
Principal Investigator: Andrew Ouimette
Project Award Year: 2012
Jamie Shanley: Another Threat from Acid Rain? Reduced Root Turnover with Calcium Depletion
Principal Investigator: Jamie Shanley
Project Award Year: 2002
Paul Schaberg: Calcium Deficiency as a Limitation to Tree Growth and Carbon Storage in the Northern Forest
Principal Investigator: Paul Schaberg
Project Award Year: 2008
Donald DeHayes: Calcium Deficiency Implicated in Sugar Maple Decline
Principal Investigator: Donald DeHayes
Project Award Year: 2001
Paul Schaberg: Calcium Depletion and Aluminum Toxicity May Contribute to Maple Decline
Principal Investigator: Paul Schaberg
Project Award Year: 2007
Stuart Findlay: Causes of Recent Increases in Organic Carbon Release from Forest Soils
Principal Investigator: Stuart Findlay
Project Award Year: 2005
Rakesh Minocha: Chronic Nitrogen Deposition Changes Leaf Physiology across the Northeastern U.S.
Principal Investigator: Rakesh Minocha
Project Award Year: 2003
Colin Beier & Daniel Bishop: Climate Change, Acid Rain, and Insect Defoliation Interact to Decrease Sugar Maple Growth
Principal Investigator: Colin Beier
Project Award Year: 2013
Principal Investigator: Scott Ollinger
Project Award Year: 2015
Stephen Sebestyen: Detecting Atmospheric Nitrogen Inputs to Stream and Soil Waters in the Northeastern United States
Principal Investigator: Stephen Sebestyen
Project Award Year: 2010
Principal Investigator: David Evers
Project Award Year: 2015
Ivan Fernandez: Does Elevated Nitrogen Deposition Cause Phosphorus Deficiency in North Temperate Forest Ecosystems?
Gary Lovett: Effects of Beech Bark Disease and Soil Calcium on a Northern Hardwood Forest
Principal Investigator: Gary Lovett
Project Award Year: 2004
Christine Goodale: Elevated Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition and Soil Nitrate Loss in Drainage Waters
Principal Investigator: Christine Goodale
Project Award Year: 2005
Lindsey Rustad: Elevated Nitrogen Deposition May Alter Fine Root Systems in Northern Forests
Principal Investigator: Lindsey Rustad
Project Award Year: 2002
Gary Lovett: Excess Nitrogen from Air Pollution Impacts Decomposition and Carbon in Forest Soils
Principal Investigator: Gary Lovett
Project Award Year: 2009
David Evers: Factors that Control Mercury Distribution in Aquatic Ecosystems of Northeastern North America
Lindsey Rustad: Forest Ecosystem Response to Environmental Change: Regional Collaboration and Database Development
Andrew Friedland: Forest Floor Remains Major Source of Lead in Northern Forest
Principal Investigator: Andrew Friedland
Project Award Year: 2002
Colin Beier: Forest Soil Fauna Diversity and Food Webs Show Increased Tolerance to Calcium Depletion
Principal Investigator: Colin Beier
Project Award Year: 2010
Donald Ross: Forest Soil Nitrogen Transformations Related to Tree Species and Soil Carbon
Principal Investigator: Donald Ross
Project Award Year: 2002
Charles Driscoll: Hubbard Brook Research Foundation Science Links Program: Mercury in the Northeastern U.S.
Principal Investigator: Charles Driscoll
Project Award Year: 2003
Donald Ross: Identifying Calcium-Bearing Minerals in Forest Soils of the Northeast
Principal Investigator: Donald Ross
Project Award Year: 2004
Myron Mitchell: Identifying Internal Sources of Sulfate in Northern Forest Watersheds
Principal Investigator: Myron Mitchell
Project Award Year: 2001
Keith Nislow: Impacts of Acidity and Aluminum on Restoration of Atlantic Salmon in Northern Forest Watersheds
Principal Investigator: Keith H. Nislow
Project Award Year: 2003
Colin Beier: Importance of Calcium-Rich Forest Patches as Refuges for Calcium-Dependent Species
Principal Investigator: Colin Beier
Project Award Year: 2008
Andrew Ouimette: Importance of Mycorrhizal Fungi in the Northern Forest
Principal Investigator: Andrew Ouimette
Project Award Year: 2012
Jennifer Jenkins: Improving Methods to Measure Forest Productivity in the Northeast
Principal Investigator: Jennifer Jenkins
Project Award Year: 2003
Emma Rosi-Marshall: Influence of Forest Structure on Stream Ecosystems across the Northern Forest
Principal Investigator: Emma Rosi-Marshall
Project Award Year: 2010
John Campbell: Inputs and Outputs of Nitrogen on Forested Watersheds in the Northeastern U.S.
Principal Investigator: John Campbell
Project Award Year: 2001
Allan Strong: Long-Term Loss of Forest Calcium Expected to Impact Insect and Bird Populations
Principal Investigator: Allan Strong
Project Award Year: 2005
Shaun Watmough: Loss of Soil Calcium and Magnesium in Forests of Eastern North America
Principal Investigator: Shaun Watmough
Project Award Year: 2001
Eric Miller: Mapping Forest Sensitivity to Sulfur and Nitrogen Deposition in Northeastern North America
Principal Investigator: Eric Miller
Project Award Year: 2001
Vivien Taylor: Mercury Accumulation in Forest Vernal Pools, Invertebrates and Amphibians
Principal Investigator: Vivien Taylor
Project Award Year: 2014
Principal Investigator: Charles Driscoll
Project Award Year: 2014
Nicholas Rodenhouse: Mercury in Northeast Forest Food Webs of Insects, Spiders, Salamanders and Birds
Principal Investigator: Nicholas Rodenhouse
Project Award Year: 2007
Donald Ross: Monitoring Changes in Soil Carbon and Mercury in Managed Northern Forests
Principal Investigator: Donald Ross
Project Award Year: 2007
Charles Driscoll: Movement of Mercury through Wildlife Food Webs in the Northern Forest Region
Principal Investigator: Charles Driscoll
Project Award Year: 2008
John Castello & Jonathan Cale: Multiple Stressors Play Role in Beech Bark Disease
Principal Investigator: John Castello
Project Award Year: 2013
Myron Mitchell: Nitrate and Sulfate Associated with Snowmelt and Storm Events on Forested Watersheds
Principal Investigator: Myron Mitchell
Project Award Year: 2003
Pamela Templer: Nitrogen Deposition and Saturation in Wilderness Areas of the Northeastern United States
Principal Investigator: Pamela Templer
Project Award Year: 2006
Marissa Weiss: Nitrogen Fertilization Reduces Soil Decomposition at Five Northeastern Forest Sites
Principal Investigator: Marissa Weiss
Project Award Year: 2006
Lindsey Rustad: Northeast Environmental Sensor Network Encourages Scientist Collaboration and Public Engagement
Principal Investigator: Lindsey Rustad
Project Award Year: 2013
Scott Bailey: Nutrient vs. Toxic Elements in Forest Soils and Their Impact on Forest Health
Principal Investigator: Scott Bailey
Project Award Year: 2003
Scott Bailey: On-line Soil Database Helps Monitor Ecosystem Change in the Northeastern U.S. and Eastern Canada
Arthur H. Johnson: Plant-Available Forest Soil Calcium Reduced by Half from 1930s to 2006 in Adirondacks
Principal Investigator: Arthur H. Johnson
Project Award Year: 2005
John Campbell: Predicting Effects of Climate Change on Northern Forest Soil and Stream Water
Principal Investigator: John Campbell
Project Award Year: 2007
Sarah Nelson: Predicting Mercury Levels in Lakes Using Landscape Features and Water Chemistry
Principal Investigator: Sarah Nelson
Project Award Year: 2007
Principal Investigator: Ruth Yanai
Project Award Year: 2015
Serita Frey: Reduced Soil Manganese Limits Forest Floor Litter Decomposition by Fungi
Principal Investigator: Serita Frey
Project Award Year: 2014
Kathleen Weathers: A Regional Model of Atmospheric Deposition for the Northeastern U.S.
Principal Investigator: Kathleen Weathers
Project Award Year: 2001
Gregory Lawrence: Repeated Forest Soil Sampling Helps to Monitor Changes in Soil Chemistry
Principal Investigator: Gregory Lawrence
Project Award Year: 2008
Principal Investigator: Gary Lovett
Project Award Year: 2016
Madeleine Mineau: Role of Nitrogen Deposition in Regulating Watershed Nitrogen Export in Forest Streams
Principal Investigator: Madeleine Mineau
Project Award Year: 2012
Alexandra Rodriguez: Role of Tree Species and Nitrogen Deposition in Stabilizing Forest Soil Carbon
Principal Investigator: Gary Lovett
Project Award Year: 2011
Jennifer Pontius: Satellite Imagery 1984-2009 Shows Stable Forest Health but Declining Spruce-Fir and Paper Birch
Principal Investigator: Jennifer Pontius
Project Award Year: 2008
Julian Aherne: Soil Acidification Models for Investigating and Predicting Impacts of Acid Deposition
Principal Investigator: Julian Aherne
Project Award Year: 2007
Paul Schaberg: Soil Calcium Depletion Predisposes Red Spruce to Winter Injury
Principal Investigator: Paul Schaberg
Project Award Year: 2004
Ruth Yanai & Adam Wild: Soil Nutrients Affect the Sweetness of Maple Sap
Principal Investigator: Ruth Yanai
Project Award Year: 2013
Alexandra Contosta: Soils in a Warmer World
Principal Investigator: Alexandra Contosta
Project Award Year: 2006
Peter Groffman: Solving the Global Nitrogen Problem: It's a Gas!
Principal Investigator: Peter Groffman
Project Award Year: 2002
Stephen D. McCormick: Stream Fishes Sensitive to Acid-Aluminum Levels in Northern Forest Ecosystems
Principal Investigator: Stephen D. McCormick
Project Award Year: 2006
Shelly Rayback: Surprising Growth Resurgence of Red Spruce in the Northern Forest
Principal Investigator: Shelly Rayback
Project Award Year: 2013
Ruth Yanai: Testing Methods of Sampling Soil Carbon, Nitrogen, and Base Cations
Principal Investigator: Ruth Yanai
Project Award Year: 2009
Scott Bailey: Tracking Calcium, an Important Nutrient in the Northern Forest
Principal Investigator: Scott Bailey
Project Award Year: 2002
Richard Hallett: Tree Foliage Chemistry Data Base to Monitor Forest Health
Principal Investigator: Richard Hallett
Project Award Year: 2003
Ted Howard: U.S. and Canadian Conference Provides Exchange of Forest Science
Principal Investigator: Theodore Howard
Project Award Year: 2012
James Shanley:Ultraviolet Absorbance: An Inexpensive, Effective Way to Estimate Mercury in Forest Streams
Principal Investigator: James Shanley
Project Award Year: 2005
David Evers: Understanding How Lake Water and Nutrient Levels Affect Mercury Levels in Aquatic Organisms
Principal Investigator: David Evers
Project Award Year: 2005
Charles Driscoll: Evaluation of the Use of Critical Loads to Mitigate Effects of Acidic Deposition to Forest Ecosystems in the Northeastern U.S.
Principal Investigator: Charles Driscoll
Project Award Year: 2005
Sarah J. Nelson: Using Dragonflies as Bio-Sentinels of Mercury in Northeast Lakes
Principal Investigator: Sarah J. Nelson
Project Award Year: 2011
Paul Schaberg: Weather-Related Causes of Red Spruce Winter Injury and Impacts on Carbon Storage
Principal Investigator: Paul Schaberg
Project Award Year: 2006
Peter Groffman: Where Does All the Nitrogen Go in the Northern Forest?
Principal Investigator: Peter Groffman
Project Award Year: 2009
Gary Hawley: Winter Injury, Carbon Loss, but Surprising Growth Resurgence in Red Spruce
Principal Investigator: Gary Hawley
Project Award Year: 2010
Gregory Lawrence: Workshop Establishes the Northeastern Soil Monitoring Cooperative
Principal Investigator: Gregory Lawrence
Project Award Year: 2006
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