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Bibliography

These are publications that are about the Hydrologic Benchmark Network or that use data from HBN watersheds

  1. McHale, M.R., Siemion, J., Lawrence, G.B., and Mast, M.A., 2014, Long-term Soil Monitoring at U.S. Geological Survey Reference Watersheds: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet, 2 p.

  2. Mast, M.A., 2013, Evaluation of stream chemistry trends in US Geological Survey reference watersheds, 1970–2010: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, v. 185, no. 11, p. 9343-9359.

  3. Carlisle, D.M., Falcone, J., Wolock, D.M., Meador, M.R., and Norris, R.H., 2010, Predicting the natural flow regime: models for assessing hydrological alteration in streams: River Research and Applications, v. 26, no. 2, p. 118-136.

  4. Clow, D.W., and Mast, M.A., 2010, Mechanisms for chemostatic behavior in catchments: Implications for CO2 consumption by mineral weathering: Chemical Geology, v. 269, no. 1, p. 40-51.

  5. Falcone, J.A., Carlisle, D.M., and Weber, L.C., 2010, Quantifying human disturbance in watersheds: variable selection and performance of a GIS-based disturbance index for predicting the biological condition of perennial streams: Ecological Indicators, v. 10, no. 2, p. 264-273.

  6. Falcone, J.A., Carlisle, D.M., Wolock, D.M., and Meador, M.R., 2010, GAGES: a stream gage database for evaluating natural and altered flow conditions in the conterminous United States: Ecological Archives E091-045: Ecology, v. 91, no. 2, p. 621-621.

  7. Godsey, S.E., Kirchner, J.W., and Clow, D.W., 2009, Concentration–discharge relationships reflect chemostatic characteristics of US catchments: Hydrological Processes, v. 23, no. 13, p. 1844-1864.

  8. Christensen, L., Tague, C.L., and Baron, J.S., 2008, Spatial patterns of simulated transpiration response to climate variability in a snow dominated mountain ecosystem: Hydrological Processes, v. 22, no. 18, p. 3576-3588.

  9. Shupe, J., Potter, C., and Klooster, S., 2008, ENHANCING STREAM FORECAST MODELING IN CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN WATERSHEDS, Colorado State University; for sale by the Western Snow Conference., p. 75.

  10. McLaughlin, D.B., Treasure, T., and Wiegand, P., 2008, Assessing Variation in Concentrations of Dissolved Iron in Minimally Disturbed Streams to Improve Water Quality Criteria: Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation, v. 2008, no. 10, p. 5599-5606.

  11. Kney, A.D., and Brandes, D., 2007, A graphical screening method for assessing stream water quality using specific conductivity and alkalinity data: Journal of Environmental Management, v. 82, no. 4, p. 519-528.

  12. Mueller, D.K., and Spahr, N.E., 2006, Nutrients in Streams and Rivers Across the Nation -- 1992-2001: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report; 2006-5107, 50 p.

  13. Murdoch, P.S., and Shanley, J.B., 2006, Flow-specific trends in river-water quality resulting from the effects of the clean air act in three mesoscale, forested river basins in the northeastern United States through 2002: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, v. 120, no. 1, p. 1-25.

  14. Murdoch, P.S., and Shanley, J.B., 2006, Detection of water quality trends at high, median, and low flow in a Catskill Mountain stream, New York, through a new statistical method: Water Resources Research, v. 42, 12 p.

  15. Bernot, M.J., and Dodds, W.K., 2005, Nitrogen retention, removal, and saturation in lotic ecosystems: Ecosystems, v. 8, no. 4, p. 442-453.

  16. Konrad, C.P., Booth, D.B., Brown, L., Gray, R., Hughes, R., and Meador, M., 2005, Hydrologic changes in urban streams and their ecological significance, American Fisheries Society, 5410 Grosvenor Ln. Ste. 110 Bethesda MD 20814-2199 USA, p. 157-177.

  17. Murdoch, P.S., McHale, M.R., Mast, A.M., and Clow, D.W., 2005, The U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Benchmark Network: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet, 6 p.

  18. Peterson, D., Smith, R., Stewart, I.T., Knowles, N., Soulard, C., and Hager, S., 2005, Snowmelt Discharge Characteristics Sierra Nevada, California: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report; 2005-5056.

  19. Lins, H.F., and Slack, J.R., 2005, Seasonal and regional characteristics of US streamflow trends in the United States from 1940 to 1999: Physical Geography, v. 26, no. 6, p. 489-501.

  20. Smith, R.A., Alexander, R.B., and Schwarz, G.E., 2003, Natural background concentrations of nutrients in streams and rivers of the conterminous United States: Environmental Science & Technology, v. 37, no. 14, p. 3039-3047.

  21. Hapeman, C.J., Dionigi, C.P., Zimba, P.V., and McConnell, L.L., 2002, Agrochemical and nutrient impacts on estuaries and other aquatic systems: Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, v. 50, no. 15, p. 4382-4384.

  22. Lewis, W.M., 2002, Yield of nitrogen from minimally disturbed watersheds of the United States: Biogeochemistry, v. 57, no. 1, p. 375-385.

  23. Kendall, C., and Coplen, T.B., 2001, Distribution of oxygen-18 and deuterium in river waters across the United States: Hydrological Processes, v. 15, no. 7, p. 1363-1393.

  24. Osterkamp, W., and Gray, J., 2001, US Geological Survey programs and Investigations related to soil and water conservation: International Journal of Sediment Research, v. 16, no. 3, p. 421-429.

  25. Slade Jr, R.M., Howard, T., and Anaya, R., 2001, Evaluation of the streamflow-gaging network of Texas and a proposed core network: Water Resources Investigations Report, p. 01-4156.

  26. Fontane, D., 2000, Monitoring water systems: the USA experience: NATO SCIENCE SERIES 2 ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY, v. 74, p. 193-202.

  27. Clark, M., Eddy-Miller, C., and Mast, A., 2000, Environmental Characteristics and Water Quality of Hydrologic Benchmark Network Stations in the West-Central United States, 1963-95: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1173C, 115 p.

  28. Clark, G.M., Mueller, D.K., and Mast, M.A., 2000, Nutrient concentrations and yields in undeveloped stream basins of the United States: JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, v. 36, no. 4, p. 849-860.

  29. Coplen, T.B., and Kendall, C., 2000, Stable hydrogen and oxygen isotope ratios for selected sites of the US Geological Survey's NASQAN and benchmark surface-water networks: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report; 2000-160, 409 p.

  30. Mast, M.A., and Clow, D.W., 2000, Environmental Characteristics and Water Quality of Hydrologic Benchmark Network Stations in the Western United States, 1963-95, U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1173-D, 114 p.

  31. Peterson, D.H., Smith, R.E., Dettinger, M.D., Cayan, D.R., and Riddle, L., 2000, An organized signal in snowmelt runoff over the western United States: J. Amer. Water Resources Assoc., v. 36, no. 2, p. 421-432.

  32. Clow, D., and Mast, M., 1999, Long-term trends in stream water and precipitation chemistry at five headwater basins in the northeastern United States: Water Resources Research, v. 35, no. 2, p. 541-554.

  33. Clow, D.W., and Mast, M.A., 1999, Trends in precipitation and streamwater chemistry in the northeastern United States, Water Years 1984-96: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 117-99, 4 p.

  34. Lins, H.F., and Slack, J.R., 1999, Streamflow trends in the United States: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 26, no. 2, p. 227-230.

  35. Mast, M.A., and Turk, J.T., 1999, Environmental Characteristics and Water Quality of Hydrologic Benchmark Network Stations in the Eastern United States, 1963-95: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1173-A, 158 p.

  36. Mast, M.A., and Turk, J.T., 1999, Environmental Characteristics and Water Quality of Hydrologic Benchmark Network Stations in the Midwestern United States, 1963-95: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1173-B 0607926236, 130 p.

  37. Robertson, D.M., and Roerish, E.D., 1999, Influence of various water quality sampling strategies on load estimates for small streams: Water Resources Research, v. 35, no. 12, p. 3747-3759.

  38. Alexander, R.B., Slack, J.R., Ludtke, A.S., Fitzgerald, K.K., and Schertz, T.L., 1998, Data from selected US Geological Survey national stream water quality monitoring networks: Water Resources Research, v. 34, no. 9, p. 2401-2405.

  39. Evans, C., and Davies, T.D., 1998, Causes of concentration/discharge hysteresis and its potential as a tool for analysis of episode hydrochemistry: Water Resources Research, v. 34, no. 1, p. 129-137.

  40. Lins, H.F., 1997, Regional streamflow regimes and hydroclimatology of the United States: Water Resources Research, v. 33, no. 7, p. 1655-1667.

  41. Landwerh, J.M., and Slack, J.R., 1992, Hydro-climatic data network (HCDN); a U.S. Geological Survey streamflow data set for the United States for the study of climate fluctuations, 1874-1988: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report; 92-632, 2 p.

  42. Slack, J.R., and Landwehr, J.M., 1992, Hydro-climatic data network (HCDN); a U.S. Geological Survey streamflow data set for the United States for the study of climate variations, 1874-1988: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report: 92-129, 193 p.

  43. Cohen, P., Alley, W.M., and Wilber, W.G., 1988, National Water Quality Assessment: Future directions of the U.S. Geological Survey: JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, v. 24, no. 6, p. 1147-1151.

  44. Lawrence, C.L., 1987, Streamflow characteristics at hydrologic bench-mark stations: U.S. Geological Survey Circular; 941, 123 p.

  45. Hainly, R.A., and Ritter, J.R., 1986, Areal and Temporal Variability of Selected Water-Quality Characteristics in two Hydrologic-Benchmark Basins in the Northeastern United States: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report; 85-4025, 22 p.

  46. Sauer, S.P., Bradford, W.L., Ferris, J.G., Hirsch, R.M., Langbein, W.B., and Lopez, N.C., 1981, An evaluation of the national hydrologic bench-mark program: U.S. Geological Survey White Paper, 61 p.

  47. Biesecker, J.E., and Leifeste, D.K., 1974, Water quality of hydrologic bench marks - an indicator of water quality in the natural environment: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 460-E, 21 p.

  48. Cobb, E.D., and Biesecker, J.E., 1971, The National Hydrologic Bench-Mark Network: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 460-D, 38 p.

  49. Slaymaker, H.O., and Chorley, R.J., 1964, The Vigil network system: Observations on the establishment of benchmark hydrologic stations in small watersheds in the united states, together with suggestions for the establishment of similar sites in great britain: Journal of Hydrology, v. 2, p. 19-24.

  50. Leopold, L.B., 1962, A national network of hydrologic bench marks: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 460-B, 4 p.

  51. Langbein, W.B., and Hoyt, W.G., 1959, Water facts for the nation's future: New York, New York, Ronald Press Co.


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