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Afifi, A.A., Bricker, O.P. and Chemrys, J.C., 1985, Experimental chemical weathering of various bedrock types at different pH values: I-sandstone and granite. Chemical Geology 49:87-113.

Alexander, R.B., Smith, R.A., Schwarz, G.E., Boyer, E.W., Nolan, J.V. and Brakebill, J.W. 2008. Differences in phosphorus and nitrogen delivery to the Gulf of Mexico from the Mississippi river basin. Environ. Sci. Technol. 42:822-830, DOI: 10.1021/es0716103

Allen, G., Burns, D.A., Negra, C. and Thurston, G.D. 2009, Indicator measurements for assessing the impacts of anthropogenic air pollutants on human health and ecosystems. EM Magazine, Air and Waste Management Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

Anderson, L., Berkelhammer, M. and Mast, M.A., 2015. Isotopes in North American Rocky Mountain Snowpack 1993-2014. Quaternary Science Reviews. http://dx. Doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.03.023

Arnett, H.A., Saros, J. E. and Mast, M.A., 2012. A caveat regarding diatom-inferred nitrogen concentrations in oligotrophic lakes. J Paleolimnology 47: 277-291. doi:10.1007/s10933-011-9576-z.

Arthur, M.A., 1990, The effects of vegetation on watershed biogeochemistry at Loch Vale Watershed, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado: Ithaca, New York, Cornell University, Ph.D. Dissertation.

Arthur, M.A. and Fahey, T.J., 1993a, Controls on soil solution chemistry in a subalpine forest in north-central Colorado: Soil Science Society of America Journal, v. 57, p. 1122-1130.

Arthur, M.A. and Fahey, T.J., 1993b, Throughfall chemistry in an Englemann sprice, subalpine fir forest in north-central Colorado: Canadian Journal of Forest Research, v. 23, p. 738-742.

Aulenbach, B.T. 1992, Determination of hydrologic flow paths and the effects of watershed lime applications on streamwater chemistry during spring snowment in the Woods lake watershed, Adirondack Mountains, New York [abs.]. EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union 73(43), 178.

Aulenbach, B.T. and Hooper, R.P., 1994, Adjusting solute fluxes for climatic Influences [abs.]. EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union 75(44), 233.

Aulenbach, B.T. and Hooper, R.P., 2001, Removing climatic effects from trends in streamwater load estimates. In: J.J. Warwick (ed.), Proceedings of the AWRA Conference on Water Quality Monitoring and Modeling, April 30-May 2, 2001, San Antonio, Texas: 47-52.

Aulenbach, B.T., Hooper, R.P. and Bricker, O.P., 1996, Trends in precipitation and surface-water chemistry in a national network of small watersheds. Hydrological Processes 10(2), 151-181.

Aulenbach, B.T., Hooper, R.T. and Bricker, O.P., 1996. Trends in the chemistry of precipitation and surface water in a national network of small watersheds. Hydrol. Proc. 10:151-181.

Aulenbach, B.T., Hooper, R.P. and Bricker, O.P., 1997, Trends in precipitation and surface-water chemistry in a national network of small watersheds. In: N.E. Peters, O.P. Bricker and M.M. Kennedy (eds.), Water Quality Trends and Geochemical Mass Balances, Advances in Hydrological Processes, John Wiley and Sons, London, 27-57.

Aulenbach, B.T., Hooper, R.P., Burns, D.A., Kendall, C., Freer, J.E. and McDonnell, J.J., 1996, Evolution of soil and groundwater chemistry in a hillslope, Panola Mountain Research Watershed, Georgia, USA [abs.]. EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union 77(46), F180.

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Bachmann, S.A., 1994, Hydrology of a subalpine wetland complex in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado: Fort Collins, Colorado, Colorado State University, M.S., 146 p.

Back, J.A., 1995, Stable isotopes as tracers of hydrologic sources to three alpine lakes, Rocky Mountain National Park: Fort Collins, Colorado, Colorado State University, M.S., 138 p.

Baier, W.G. and Cohn, T.A., 1993, Trend analysis of sulfate, nitrate and pH data collected at National Atmospheric Deposition/National Trends network stations between 1980 and 1991: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 93-56.

Baldigo, B.P. and Lawrence, G.B., 2001, Effect of stream acidification and habitat on selected fish populations in the Neversink River, Catskill Mountains, New York: Aquatic Sciences, vol 63, p. 196-222.

Baldigo, B.P., Lawrence, G.B., Bode, R.W., Simonin, H.A., Roy, K.M. and Smith, A.J. 2009, Impacts of acidification on macroinvertebrate communities in streams of the western Adirondack Mountains, New York, USA. Ecological Indicators 9:226–239.

Baldigo, B.P., Lawrence, G.B., 2000, Composition of fish communities in relation to stream acidification and habitat quality in the Neversink River, Catskill Mountains, New York: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, vol. 129, p. 60-76.

Baldigo, B.P., Lawrence, G.B. and Simonin, H.A., 2007, Persistent mortality of brook trout in episodically acidified streams of the southwestern Adirondack Mountains, New York. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, vol. 136, p.121-134.

Baldigo, B.P., Murdoch, P.S. and Burns, D.A., 2005, Stream acidification and mortality of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in response to timber harvest in three small watersheds of the Catskill Mountains, New York, USA, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, 62: 1168-1183.

Baldigo, B.P., Roy, K.M. and Driscoll, C.T., 2016. Response of fish assemblages to declining acidic deposition in Adirondack Mountain lakes, 1984-2012. Atmospheric Environment 146: 223-235.

Baron, J.S., 1983, Comparative water chemistry of four lakes in Rocky Mountain National Park. Water Res. Bull. 19(6):897-902.

Baron, J.S., (Editor), 1992, Biogeochemistry of a Subalpine Ecosystem: Loch ValeWatershed. Ecological Studies Series 90, Springer-Verlag, New York.

Baron, J.S., 2006, Hindcasting Nitrogen Deposition to Determine an Ecological Critical Load. Ecol. Appl. 16:433-439.

Baron, J.S., 2008, Interactions between atmospheric nitrogen deposition and climate change in the Colorado Front Range. Talking points editorial for environmentalresearchweb.org.

Baron, J.S. and Bricker, O.P., 1987, Hydrologic and chemical flux in Loch Vale watershed, Rocky Mountain National Park, in Chemical Quality of Water and the Hydrologic Cycle, R.C. Averett and D.M. McKnight, eds., Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, Mich., p. 141 - 155.

Baron, J.S. and Caine, N., 2000, The temporal coherence of two alpine lake basins of the Colorado Front Range, USA. Freshwater Biology 43: 463-476.

Baron, J.S. and Campbell, D.H., 1997, Nitrogen fluxes in a high elevation Colorado Rocky Mountain basin: Hydrological Processes, v. 11, p. 783-799.

Baron, J.S. and Campbell, D.H., 1997, Nitrogen fluxes in a high elevation RockyMountain basin. Pp. 373-390 in: N.E. Peters, O.P. Bricker and M.M. Kennedy, eds. Water Quality Trends and Geochemical Mass Balance, Wiley, New York.

Baron, J.S. and Denning, A.S., 1993, The influence of mountain meteorology on precipitation chemistry at low and high elevations of the Colorado FrontRange, USA. Atmos. Environ. 27A:2337-2349.

Baron, J.S., Allen, C.D., Fleishman, E., Gunderson, L., McKenzie, D., Meyerson, L., Oropeza, J. and Stephenson, N. 2008. National parks. In S.H. Julius, J.M. West (eds.) Preliminary Review of Adaptation Options for Climate= Sensitive Ecosystems and Resources. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, pp. 4-1 to 4-68.

Baron, J.S., Allstott, E.J. and Newkirk, B.K., 1995, Analysis of long term sulfate and nitrate budgets in a Rocky Mountain Basin. pp. 255-262 in: K.A.Tonnesson, M.W. Williams and M. Tranter, eds. Biogeochemistry of Seasonally Snow-covered Catchments. IASH Publication No 228: International Associationof Hydrologic Sciences Press. Institute of Hydrology, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8BB, UK.

Baron, J.S., Del Grosso, S., Ojima, D.S., Theobald, D.M. and Parton, W.J., 2004 Nitrogen Emissions Along the Colorado Front Range: Response to Population Growth, Landand Water Use Change and Agriculture. 2004. pp. 117-127 in: R. DeFries, G. Asner, R. Houghton, eds. Ecosystem Interactions and Land Use Change. Geophysical Monograph Series 153, American Geophysical Union.

Baron, J.S., Driscoll, C.T., Stoddard, J.L., Richer, E.E., 2011. Empirical Critical Loads of Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition for Nutrient Enrichment and Acidification of Sensitive US Lakes. BioScience 61:602-613.

Baron, J.S., Hall, E.K., Nolan, B.T., Finlay, J.C., Bernhardt, E.S., Harrison, J.A., Chan, F. and Boyer, E.W., 2013. The interactive effects of excess reactive nitrogen and climate change on aquatic ecosystems and water resources of the United States. Biogeochemistry 114: 71-92.

Baron, J.S., Nydick, K.R., Rueth, H.M., Lafrancois, B.M. and Wolfe, A.P. 2005, High elevation ecosystem responses to atmospheric deposition of nitrogen in theColorado Rocky Mountains, USA. Global Change and Mountain Regions: A State of Knowledge Overview. Ulli M. Huber, Harald K.M. Bugmann and M.A. Reasoner, eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Baron, J.S., Norton, S.A., Beeson, D.R. and Hermann, R., 1986, Sediment diatom and metal stratigraphy from Rocky Mountain lakes with special reference to atmospheric deposition: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, v.43, p. 1350-1362.

Baron, J.S., Ojima, D.S., Holland, E.A. and Parton, W.J., 1994, Analysis of nitrogen saturation potential in Rocky Mountain tundra and forest: implications for aquatic ecosystems: Biogeochemistry, v. 27, p. 61-82.

Baron, J.S., Rueth, H.M., Wolfe, A.P., Nydick, K.R., Allstott, E.J., Minear, J.T., Moraska, B., 2000, Ecosystem responses to nitrogen deposition in the Colorado Front Range. Ecosystems 3: 352-368.

Baron, J.S., Schmidt, T.W., Hartman, M.D., 2009, Climate-Induced Changes in High Elevation Stream Nitrate Dynamics. Global Change Biology 15:1777-1789.

Battaglin, W.A., Kendall, C., Chang, C.C.Y, Campbell, D.H. and Silva, S.R., 2001, Isotopic and Chemical Evidence for Denitrification or Other Nitrogen Loss inthe Mississippi River, 1997-1998, Hydrological Processes 15: 1285-1300.

Battaglin, W.A., Kendall, C., Chang, C.C.Y., Silva, S.R. and Campbell, D.H., 2001, Isotopic and chemical composition of inorganic and organic samples from the Mississippi River basin, 1997-1998, U.S. Geological Survey Water- Resources Investigation Report 01-4095.

Bearup, L.A., Maxwell, R.M., Clow, D.W. and McCray, J.E., 2014. Hydrological effects of forest transpiration loss in bark beetle-impacted watersheds. Nature Climate Change, 4(6), 481-486.

Beaulieu, K.M., Button, D.T., Scudder Eikenberry, B.C., Riva-Murray, K., Chasar, L.C., Bradley, P.M. and Burns, D.A., 2012. Mercury bioaccumulation studies in the National Water-Quality Assessment Program- Biological data from New York and South Carolina, 2005-2009: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 705, 13 p.

Bigelow, D.S., A. S. Denning and J. Baron, 1990, Differences between nipher and alter shielded rain gages at two Colorado deposition monitoring sites. Environmental Science & Technology 24:758-760.

Bigelow, D.S., Sisterson, D.L. and Schroder, L.J., 1988, An interpretation of differences between onsite and laboratory pH values reported by the NationalAtmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network Monitoring Program: Environmental Science and Technology, vol. 23, p. 881-887.

Bloomer, B.R. Cook, C. Eager, M. Fenn, R.Haueber, T.G. Huntington, S. McLaughlin, M. Ross, T. Saltman, D. Schmeltz, M. Streigl, C. Trettin, 2005. Assessing acid deposition: Advances in the state of science, Chapter 3, pages 44-56, in National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program (NAPAP) Report to Congress: An Integrated Assessment, National Council National Science and Technology Council-Committee onEnvironment and Natural Resources NSTC-CENR, 85 p.

Böhlke, J.K. and Michel, R.L. 2009. Contrasting residence times and fluxes of water and sulfate in two small forested watersheds in Virginia, USA. Science of the Total Environment 407:4363–4377.

Bonelli, J.E., Schroder, L.J., Skogerboe, R.K. and Taylor, H.E., 1980, Thallium identification in selected atmospheric deposition samples: Atmospheric Environment, v. 14, pp 867-870.

Boot, C.M., Hall, E.K., Denef, K. and Baron, J.S., 2016. Long-term reactive nitrogen loading alters soil carbon and microbial community properties in a subalpine forest ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 92: 211-220.

Bowman, W.D., C.C. Cleveland, L. Halada, J. Hreško, J. S. Baron, 2008, Negative impact of nitrogen deposition on soil buffering capacity. Nature GeoSciences1:767-770.

Bradley, P.M., Journey, C A., Lowery, M.A., Brigham, M.E., Burns, D.A., Button, D.T. and Riva-Murray, K., 2012. Shallow groundwater mercury supply in a coastal plain stream. Environmental Science & Technology 46(14): 7503-7511.

Bricker, O.P. and Rice, K.C., 1989, Acidic Deposition to Streams, a geology‑based method predicts their sensitivity, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.23, p. 379‑385.

Bricker, O.P. and Rice, K.C., 1993, Acid Rain: Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, vol. 21, p. 151-174

Bricker, O.P. and Rice, K.C., 1995, Acid Rain: In: Carter, L.M.H., ed., Energy and the environment; application of geosciences to decision-making, U.S. Geological Survey Circular1108, p. 90-91.

Bricker, O.P., 1984, Book Review, “The Global Biogeochemical Sulphur Cycle, M.V.Ivanov and J.R. Reseny, eds., SCOPE 19, John Wiley and Sons, New York, in American Scientist 72:628.

Bricker, O.P., 1984, Geological Aspects of Acid Rain. O.P. Bricker, ed., Butterworths Publishers, Boston, 143 p.

Bricker, O.P., 1986, Geochemical investigations of selected Eastern United States watersheds affected by acid deposition, Jour. Geol. Soc. London 143, p.621‑626.

Bricker, O.P., 1987, Influence of Hydrologic Pathways on Watershed Geochemistry, in Proceedings International Symposium on Acidification and Water Pathways, the Norwegian National Committee for Hydrology, Bolkesjo, Norway, May 4‑8, 1987.

Bricker, O.P. and Rice, K.C., 1993, Investigations of acid depositions: WRD Bulletin, 81st Year, July-December, 1993, p. 29-33

Bricker, O.P. and Rice, K.C., 1997, Acid rain. In: W.E. Deitrich and G. Sposito, eds., Hydrological Processes from Catchment to Continental Scales, p.203-226. Annual Reviews, Palo Alto CA.

Bricker, O.P., Kennedy, M.M. and Chirico, P., 2000, Preliminary observation of nitrogen speciation and transport in two watersheds of the Chesapeake Bayestuary. In: Wilde, F.D., Britton, L.J., Miller, C.V. and Koplin, D.W., Compilers. Effects of animal feeding operations on water resources and theenvironment. Proceedings of a technical meeting. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report2000-204, 107 pp.

Brigham, M.E., Sandheinrich, M.B., Gay, D.A., Maki, R.P., Krabbenhoft, D.P. and Wiener, J.G., 2014. Lacustrine responses to decreasing wet mercury deposition rates: Results from a case study in northern Minnesota. Environ. Sci. Technol., 48(11), 6115-6123.

Brigham, M.E., Wentz, D.A., Aiken, G.R. and Krabbenhoft, D.P., 2009, Mercury cycling in stream ecosystems. Environmental Science and Technology 43(8):2720–2725, DOI: 10.1021/es802694n.

Brock, C., 1997, Sulfur isotope methods as an approach to sulfur dynamics in a subalpine wetland, Loch Vale Watershed: Fort Collins, Colorado State University, M.S., 66 p.

Brooks, M.H., Schroder, L.J. and Malo, B.A., 1985, Interlaboratory comparability, bias and precision for four laboratories measuring constituents inprecipitation, November 1982 - August, 1983: U.S. Geological SurveyWater-Resources Investigations Report 85-4313, 20 p.

Brooks, M.H., Schroder, L.J. and Willoughby, T.C., 1985, Quality-Assurance activities of the U.S. Geological Survey in support of the National Atmospheric Deposition Program and National Trends Network: NADP Technical Committee Meeting, October 8-11, 1985, Fort Collins, CO.

Brooks, M.H., Schroder, L.J. and Willoughby, T.C., 1986, A quality-assurance program for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program and National Trends Network:28th Rocky Mountain Conference, August 3-7, 1986, Denver, CO.

Brooks, M.H., Schroder, L.J. and Willoughby, T.C., 1987, Bias and precision of selected analytes reported by the National Atmospheric Deposition Program and National Trends Network -- 1984: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 87-4050, 19 p.

Brooks, M.H., Schroder, L.J. and Willoughby, T.C., 1987, Interlaboratory comparability, bias and precision for four laboratories measuring analytesin wet deposition, October 1983-December 1984: U.S. Geol. Surv.Water-Resources Investigations Report 87-4067.

Brooks, M.H., Schroder, L.J. and Willoughby, T.C., 1987, Results of external quality-assurance programs for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program and the National Trends Network during 1985: U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report 87-4219.

Brooks, P.D., Campbell, D.H., Tonnessen, K.A. and Heuer, K., 2000, Natural variability in N export from headwater catchments: snow cover controls on ecosystem N retention, Hydrological Processes 13: 2191-2201.

Brown, V.A., McDonnell, J.J., Burns, D.A. and Kendall, C., 1999. The role of event water, rapid shallow flow paths and catchment size in summer stormflow, Journal of Hydrology (as part of Special Issue on “Scaling in Hydrology”, Alfred Becker, ed.), 217L: 171-190.

Buell, G.R. and Peters, N.E. 1988, Atmospheric deposition effects on the chemistry of a stream in the Southern Blue Ridge Province of northeastern Georgia. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 39, 275-291.

Bullen, T.D., Shanley, J.B., Peters, N.E. and Hooper, R.P., 1995, Mobilization of organic carbon at two forested catchments as determined by variations in Pb isotopes [abs.]. EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union 76(46), 209.

Burkett, V.R., D.A. Wilcox, R. Stottlemyer, W. Barrow, D. Fagre, J. Baron, J. Price, J.L. Nielsen, C. Allen, D.L. Peterson, G. Ruggerone, T. Doyle., 2005, Nonlinear dynamics in ecosystem response to climatic change: Case studies and policy implications. Ecological Complexity 2:357-394.

Burns, D.A., 1989, Speciation and equilibrium relations of soluble aluminum in aheadwater stream at base flow and during rain events, Water Resources Research, 25: 1653-1665.

Burns, D.A., 1996, The effects of liming an Adirondack lake watershed on downstreamwater chemistry, Biogeochemistry, 32: 339-362.

Burns, D.A., 1998, Retention of NO3- in an upland streamenvironment: A mass balance approach, Biogeochemistry, 40: 73-96.

Burns, D.A., 2002, The effects of atmospheric nitrogen deposition in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and southern Wyoming - A synthesis and critical assessment of published results, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4066, 41 p.

Burns, D.A., 2003, Atmospheric nitrogen deposition in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and southern Wyoming¾a review and new analysis of past study results, Atmospheric Environment, 37: 921-932.

Burns, D.A., 2004, The effects of atmospheric nitrogen deposition in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and southern Wyoming, USA, A critical review, Environmental Pollution, 127: 257-269.

Burns, D.A. and Kendall, C., 2002, Analysis of d18O and d15N to differentiate NO3- sources in runoff attwo watersheds in the Catskill Mountains of New York, Water Resources Research, 38(5), 1051, doi: 10.1029/2001WR000292.

Burns, D.A., Aherne, J., Gay, D.A. and Lehmann, C.M B., 2016. Preface Paper: Papers from Acid Rain 2015, the 9th International Acid Rain Conference. Atmospheric Environment 146: 1-4.

Burns, D.A., Blett, T., Haeuber, R., Pardo, L., 2008, Critical loads as a policy tool for protecting ecosystems from the effects of air pollutants, Frontiers of Ecology and the Environment, 6: 156-159.

Burns, D.A., Boyer, E.W., Elliott, E.M., Kendall, C., 2009, Sources and Transformations of Nitrate from Streams Draining Varying Land Uses: Evidence from Dual Isotope Analysis, Journal of Environmental Quality,38: 1149-1159.

Burns, D.A., Driscoll, C.T., Lovett, G.M., McHale, M.R., Mitchell, M.J., Weathers, K., Roy, K., 2005, An assessment of recovery and key processes affecting the response of surface waters to reduced levels of acid precipitation in the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains, NYSERDA Report05-03, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, Albany, NY,30 p.

Burns, D.A., Hooper, R.P., McDonnell, J.J., Freer, J.E., Kendall, C. and Beven, K.1998, Base cation concentrations in subsurface flow from a forested hill slope: the role of flushing frequency. Water Resources Research, 34(12),3535-3544.

Burns, D.A., Lawrence, G.B. and Murdoch, P.S., 1998, Catskill streams stillsusceptible to acid rain, Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 79:197, 200-201.

Burns, D.A., Lawrence, G.B. and Murdoch, P.S., 1998a, The response of forested watersheds to declining levels of acid deposition: an example from the Catskill Mountains of New York. EOS, v. 79, p. 200-201.

Burns, D.A., Lawrence, G.B. and Murdoch, P.S., 2000, Clean Air Act and acid precipitation receiving increased attention. EOS, vol 81, p. 134.

Burns, D.A., Lawrence, G.B. and Murdoch, P.S., 2000, Effects of acid deposition in North America: Current status, Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America,81: 145-146.

Burns, D.A., Lynch, J., Cosby, B.J., Fenn, M., Baron, J.S., US Environmental Protection Agency, Clean Air Markets Division, 2011, National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program Report to Congress 2011: An Integrated Assessment, National Science and Technology Council, Washington, DC, 114 p.

Burns, D.A., McDonnell, J.J., Hooper, R.P., Peters, N.E., Freer, J.E., Kendall, Carol and Beven, Keith, 2001, Quantifying contributions to storm runoff through end-member mixing analysis and hydrologic measurements at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed (Georgia, USA). Hydrological Processes 15(10), 1903-1924.

Burns, D.A., McHale, M.R., Driscoll, C.T. and Roy, K.M., 2006, Response of surface waters to reduced levels of acid precipitation: a comparison of trends in two regions of New York, USA, Hydrological Processes, 20: 1611-1627.

Burns, D.A., Murdoch, P.S., 2005, Effects of a clearcut on the net rates of nitrification and N mineralization in a northern hardwood forest, Catskill Mountains, New York, USA, Biogeochemistry, 72: 123-146.

Burns, D.A., Murdoch, P.S., Lawrence, G.B. and Michel, R. L., 1998b, Groundwater control of stream nitrate concentrations in the acidic Neversink River, Catskill Mountains, New York: Water Resources Research, vol. 34, p.1987-1996.

Burns, D.A., Murdoch, P.S., Lawrence, G.B. and Michel, R.L., 1998, The effect of groundwater springs on NO3- concentrations during summer in Catskill Mountain streams, Water Resources Research, 34: 1987-1996.

Burns, D.A., Riva-Murray, K., Bode, R.W., 2006, Changes in stream chemistry and aquatic biota in response to the decreased acidity of atmospheric deposition in the Neversink River Basin, Catskill Mountains, New York, 1987 to 2003, NYSERDA Report 06-16, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, Albany, NY, 20 p.

Burns, D.A., Rive-Murray, K., Bode, R.W., Passy, S.I., 2008, Biological and chemical responses to reduced levels of acid deposition in the Neversink River Basin, Catskill Mountains, New York, 1987-2003, Ecological Indicators, 8: 191-203.

Burns, D.A., Riva-Murray, K., Bode, R.W. and Passy, S.I. 2008. Changes in stream chemistry and biology in response to reduced levels of acid deposition during 1987-2003 in the Neversink River Basin, Catskill Mountains. Ecological Indicators 8:191-203.

Burns, D.A., Bhatt, G., Linker, L.C., Bash, J.O., Capel, P.D., and Shenk, G.W., 2021. Atmospheric nitrogen deposition in the Chesapeake Bay watershed: A history of change. Atmospheric Environment, 251 (2021) 118277, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2021.118277.

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Campbell, D.H. and Turk, J.T., 1988, Effects of sulfur dioxide emissions on stream chemistry in the Western United States: Water Resources Research, v. 24, no.6, p. 871-878.

Campbell, D.H., 2003, Atmospheric deposition and its effects in the Intermountain West, in Acid Rain: Are the Problems Solved? Proceedings of the conference, May2 -3, 2001, Washington D.C., J. White ed., American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD, 250p.

Campbell, D.H and Turk, J.T., 1990, Controls on precipitation sulfate in Colorado: in Proceedings of the International Mountain Watershed Symposium, Lake Tahoe, Nevada June 8-10, 1988, Tahoe resource conservation district, South Lake Tahoe, CA, p. 350-359.

Campbell, D.H., Baron, J., Tonnessen, K.A., Brooks, P.D. and Schuster, P.F., 2000, Controls on nitrogen flux in alpine/subalpine watersheds of Colorado, Water Resources Research 36: 37-47.

Campbell, D.H., Clow, D.W., Ingersoll, G.P., Mast, M.A., Spahr, N.E. and Turk, J.T., 1995a, Nitrogen deposition and release in alpine watersheds, Loch Vale, Colorado, U.S.A., in Tonnessen, K., Williams, M. and Tranter, M., eds., Biogeochemistry of Seasonally Snow-covered Catchments: Boulder, Colorado, International Association of Hydrological Sciences, p. 243-253.

Campbell, D.H., Clow, D.W., Ingersoll, G.P., Mast, M.A., Spahr, N.E. and Turk, J.T., 1995b, Processes controlling the chemistry of two snowmelt-dominated streams in the Rocky Mountains: Water Resources Research, v. 31, no. 11, p.2811-2821.

Campbell, D.H., E. Muths, J.T. Turk and P.S. Corn, 2004, Sensitivity to acidification of sub-alpine ponds and lakes in Northwestern Colorado, Hydrological Processes 18: 2817-2834.

Campbell, D.H., Kendall, C., Chang, C.C.Y., Silva, S.R. and Tonnessen, K.A., 2002, Pathways for nitrate release from an alpine watershed: determination usingδ15N and δ18O, Water Resources Research 38 (5) 10.1029/2001WR000294.

Campbell, D.H., Turk, J.T. and Spahr, N.E., 1991, Response of Ned Wilson Lake Watershed, Colorado, to changes in atmospheric deposition of sulfate: Water Resources Research v. 27, no. 8 p. 2047-2060.

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Wetherbee, G., Lowers, H. and Martin, RA., 2019, It is Raining Tires., in Proceedings NADP Fall Meeting and Scientific Symposium, Expanding the Boundaries of NADP, November 4-8, 2019, Boulder, Colorado, p. 84

Wetherbee, G.A. and Martin, RA., 2018, U.S. Geological Survey external quality-assurance projectreport to the National Atmospheric Deposition Program / National Trends Network and Mercury Deposition Network, 2015-16, U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2018-5034, 25 p.

Wetherbee, G., McDonnell, J., McClintock-Rager, D., Ludtke, A., Martin, RA., Kerschner, B., Devore, L., Webster, J., Novick, J., Murphy, S., and Kittelman, A.S., 2018, Enhancing wet-deposition maps with urban data: Preliminary results from the Network for Urban Atmospheric Nitrogen Chemistry, in 2018 Scientific Symposium and Fall Meeting, 40 Years of Monitoring Atmospheric Deposition: Historical Legacy and Looking Ahead to the Future, November 5 – 9, 2018 Albany, New York, p. 23.

Wetherbee, G. , Danielson, C., Shafer, M., Anderson, S., Gartman, N., Worley, C. and Mager, A., Comparison of Accuracy, Variability and Relative Bias for Two Central Analytical Laboratories for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program, in 2018 Scientific Symposium and Fall Meeting, 40 Years of Monitoring Atmospheric Deposition: Historical Legacy and Looking Ahead to the Future, November 5 – 9, 2018 Albany, New York, p.83.

Wetherbee, G., Baldwin, A., and Ranville, J., 2018, It's Raining Plastic., in 2018 Scientific Symposium and Fall Meeting, 40 Years of Monitoring Atmospheric Deposition: Historical Legacy and Looking Ahead to the Future, November 5 – 9, 2018 Albany, New York, p. 84.

Wetherbee, G.A., Lehmann, C.M.B., Kerschner, B.M., Ludtke, A.S., Green, L.A., and Rhodes, M.F., RETRACTED, Trends in bromide wet deposition concentrations in the contiguous United States, 2001-2016, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2017.10.018, History: Available online 23 October 2017 and retracted in 2019 due to NADP sequestration of all bromide concentration data released prior to June 2017.

Wetherbee, G.A., Lehmann, C.M.B., Green, L.A., Rhodes, M.F., Kerschner, B.M., and Ludtke, A.S., 2017, Trends in NADP Bromide Wet Deposition Concentrations, 2001-2016, in 2017 Scientific Symposium and Fall Meeting, NADP Data: Making the World a Better Place One Monitor, One Network, One Study at a Time, October 30 - November 3, 2017, San Diego, California, p. 45.

Wetherbee, G.A., 2016. Evaluation of National Atmospheric Deposition Program Measurements for Colocated Sites CO89 and CO98 at Rocky Mountain National Park, Water Years 2010-14: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2016-5051, 32 p.

Wetherbee, G.A., 2017. Precipitation collector bias and its effects on temporal trends and spatial variability in National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network data, Environmental Pollution, Volume 223, April 2017, Pages 90-101, ISSN 0269-7491.

Wetherbee, G.A. and Lehmann, C.M.B., 2008. Mercury Deposition Network Site Operator Training for the System Blank and Blind Audit Programs: U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report 2008-1252, Ver. 1.0, CDROM.

Wetherbee, G.A. and Martin, R.A., 2014. External Quality Assurance Project Report for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program's National Trends Network and Mercury Deposition Network, 2011-12: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2014-01, 52 p.

Wetherbee, G.A. and Martin, R.A., 2016. External Quality Assurance Project Report for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program's National Trends Network and Mercury Deposition Network, 2013-14: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2016-5069, 22 p.

Wetherbee, G.A. and Martin, R.A., 2017, Updated operational protocols for the U.S. Geological Survey Precipitation Chemistry Quality Assurance Project in support of the National Atmospheric Deposition Program: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2016-1213, 18 p.

Wetherbee, G.A. and Mast, M.A., 2016. Annual variations in wet-deposition chemistry related to changes in climate. Climate Dynamics 47: 3141-3155.

Wetherbee, G.A. and Rhodes, M.F., 2013, Effects of equipment performance on data quality from the National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network and the Mercury Deposition Network: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2013?1031, 53 p.

Wetherbee, G.A., Debey, T.M., Nilles, M.A., Lehmann, C.M.B., and Gay, D.A., 2012, Fission products in National Atmospheric Deposition Program-Wet deposition samples prior to and following the Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Plant incident, March 8-April 5, 2011: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2011-1277, 27 p.

Wetherbee, G.A., Gay, D.A., Brunette, R.C. and Sweet, C.W., 2006. Estimated Variability of National Atmospheric Deposition Program/Mercury Deposition Network Measurements Using Collocated Samplers: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, DOI 10.1007/s10661-006-9456-6.

Wetherbee, G.A., Gay, D.A., Debey, T.M., Lehmann, C.M.B. and Nilles, M.A. 2012. Wet deposition of fission-product isotopes to North America from the Fukushima Dai-ichi incident, March 2011. Environmental Science & Technology 46(5): 2574-2582.

Wetherbee, G.A., Greene, S.A. and Gehrke, J.A., Field-Audit Site Operator Training: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2006-1010, Ver. 1.0, CDROM

Wetherbee, G.A., Latysh, N.E. and Burke, K.P., 2005. External Quality-Assurance Results for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network, 2002-2003: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5061.

Wetherbee, G.A., Latysh, N.E. and Chesney, T.A., 2010, U.S. Geological Survey external quality-assurance project report to the National Atmospheric Deposition Program / National Trends Network and Mercury Deposition Network, 2007-08, Illinois State Water Survey Report, 82 p.

Wetherbee, G.A., Latysh, N.E. and Gordon, J.D., 2004. External quality-assurance results for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program and National Trends Network, 2000-2001: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2004-5034.

Wetherbee, G.A., Latysh, N.E. and Gordon, J.D., 2005. Spatial and temporal variability of the overall error of National Atmospheric Deposition Program measurements determined by the U.S. Geological Survey collocated-sampler program, water years 1989-2001: Environmental Pollution 135, 407-418.

Wetherbee, G.A., Latysh, N.E. and Greene, S.M., 2005. External Quality-Assurance Results for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network and Mercury Deposition Network, 2004: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5067.

Wetherbee, G.A., Latysh, N.E., Greene, S.M. and Chesney, T., 2009. U.S. Geological Survey External Quality-Assurance Program Results Reported to the National Atmospheric Deposition Program / National Trends Network and Mercury Deposition Network for 2005-06. NADP Quality Assurance Report 2009-01, Illinois State Water Survey Data/Case Study 2009-01. Illinois State Water Survey, Champaign, IL, 54p.

Wetherbee, G.A., Latysh, N.E., Lehmann, C.M.B. and Rhodes, M.F., 2011, Four Studies on Effects of Environmental Factors on the Quality of National Atmospheric Deposition Program Measurements, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2011-1170, 36 p.

Wetherbee, G.A., Martin, R., Rhodes, M.F. and Chesney, T.A., 2014, External quality-assurance project report for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network and Mercury Deposition Network, 2009-2010: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2013-5147, 53 p.

Wetherbee, G.A., Shaw, M.J., Latysh, N.E., Lehmann, C.M.B., Rothert, J.E. 2010. Comparison of precipitation chemistry measurements obtained by the Canadian Air and Precipitation Monitoring Network and National Atmospheric Deposition Program for the period 1995-2004, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, online May 6, 2009. DOI 10.1007/s10661-009-0879-8

Wickland, K.P., 1997, Controls on spatial and temporal variability of methane exchange in subalpine soils: Boulder, University of Colorado, M.S., 53 p.

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Wickland, K.P., Striegl, R.G., Schmidt, S.K. and Mast, M.A., 1999, Methane flux in subalpine wetland and unsaturated soils in the southern Rocky Mountains: Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 13: 101-113.

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Willoughby, T.C., Nilles, M.A., Vermette, S.J. and Nelson, P.F., 1991. Modifications of precipitation samplers for the collection of trace elements in wet deposition: National Atmospheric Deposition Program, Technical Committee Meeting, October 7-10, Philadelphia, PA.

Willoughby, T.C. and See, R.B., 1989. Summary of interlaboratory comparison results for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program and National Trends Network for 1983-87: 31st Rocky Mountain Conference, July 30-August 4, 1989, Denver, Colo.

Willoughby, T.C., Gordon, J.D., Schroder, L.J. and Nilles, M.A., 1991. External quality-assurance results for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program and National Trends Network during 1989: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 91-4039.

Willoughby, T.C., Schroder, L.J. and Gordon, J.D., 1990. Chemical stability of wet deposition samples sub-sampled daily for one week: 32nd Rocky Mountain Conference, July 29 - August 3, 1990.

Willoughby, T.C., Schroder, L.J. and See, R.B., 1989. Summary of interlaboratory comparison program operated by the U.S. Geological Survey for the National Atmospheric Deposition Program and National Trends Network: National Atmospheric Deposition Program, Technical Committee Meeting, October 23-26, 1989, Provincetown, Mass.

Willoughby, T.C., Schroder, L.J. and See, R.B., 1990. Ionic stability of wet deposition samples sub-sampled daily for one week: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 90-4003.

Willoughby, T.C., See, R.B. and Schroder, L.J., 1987. Quality-Assurance of the U.S.Geological Survey in support of the National Atmospheric Deposition Program and National Trends Network: NADP Technical Committee Meeting, November 2-5, 1987, Minneapolis, MN.

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Willoughby, T.C., See, R.B. and Schroder, L.J., 1989. Stability of nitrate-ion concentrations in simulated deposition samples used for quality-assurance activities by the U.S. Geological Survey: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 89-4042.

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