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Effects of watershed experiments on water chemistry at the Marcell Experimental Forest. Chapter 14.Author(s): Stephen D. Sebestyen; Elon S. Verry
Source: In: Kolka, Randall K.; Sebestyen, Stephen D.; Verry, Elon S.; Brooks,Kenneth N., eds. Peatland biogeochemistry and watershed hydrology at the Marcell Experimental Forest. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press: 433-458.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe Marcell Experimental Forest (MEF) was established during the 1960s to study the hydrology and ecology of lowland watersheds where upland mineral soils drain to central peatlands (Boelter and Verry 1977). The effects of seven large-scale manipulations on water chemistry have been studied on the MEF watersheds and the data now span up to four decades. In this chapter, we review effects of watershed experiments on solute concentrations and yields in streams and present some findings for the first time.
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CitationSebestyen, Stephen D.; Verry, Elon S. 2011. Effects of watershed experiments on water chemistry at the Marcell Experimental Forest. In: Kolka, Randall K.; Sebestyen, Stephen D.; Verry, Elon S.; Brooks,Kenneth N., eds. Peatland biogeochemistry and watershed hydrology at the Marcell Experimental Forest. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press: 433-458.
- Long-term monitoring sites and trends at the Marcell Experimental Forest. Chapter 2.
- Hydrological responses to changes in forest cover on uplands and peatlands. Chapter 13.
- Forest management practices and silviculture. Chapter 12.
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