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1995

Biogeochemistry of seasonally snow covered basins.

Tonnessen, K.A., Williams, M.W., Tranter, M., International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Wallingford IAHS-AIHS Publication no. 228

1995

Studies supporting the development of spatially-distributed, physically based snowmelt models for continental alpine areas.

Cline, D.W., University of Colorado, Boulder

1995

Interspecific plant competition in alpine tundra.

Theodose, T.A., University of Colorado, Boulder

1995

Fungal endophytes in the alpine buttercup Ranunculus adoneus: Implications for nutrient cycling in alpine systems.

Mullen, R.B., University of Colorado, Boulder

1995

Nitrogen dynamics in an alpine landscape.

Fisk, M.C., University of Colorado, Boulder

1995

Microbial activity and nitrogen cycling under seasonal snowpacks, Niwot Ridge, Colorado.

Brooks, P.D., University of Colorado, Boulder

1995

An approach to the estimation of surface net radiation in mountain areas using remotely sensed and digital terrain data.

Duguay, C.R., Theoretical and Applied Climatology 52 (1-2) :55-68

1995

Packrat middens, archives of desert biotic history.

Elias, S.A., Encyclopedia of Environmental Biology 3 :19-35

1995

Temporal trends in the quality of streamwater in an alpine environment: Green Lakes Valley, Colorado Front Range, U.S.A..

Caine, N., Geografiska Annaler 77A (4) :207-220

1995

Water chemistry and periphyton in an alpine wetland.

Toetz, D., Hydrobiologia 312 :93-105

1995

Spatial variation in diurnal surface temperatures and the distribution and abundance of an alpine grasshopper.

Coxwell, C.C., Bock, C.E., Oecologia 104 :433-439

1995

Controls on the major ion chemistry of the Urumqi River, Tian Shan, People's Republic of China.

Williams, M.W., Yang, D., Liu, F., Turk, J., Melack, J., Journal of Hydrology 172 :209-229

1995

Nitrogen mineralization and microbial biomass nitrogen dynamics in three alpine communities.

Fisk, M.C., Schmidt, S.K., Soil Science Society of America Journal 59 :1036-1043

1995

Improved procedure for obtaining statistically valid parameter estimates from soil respiration data.

Hess, T.F., Schmidt, S.K., Soil Biology and Biochemistry 27 :19-28

1995

Effects of interannual climate variation on phenology and growth of two alpine forbs.

Walker, M.D., Ingersoll, R.C., Webber, P.J., Ecology 76 :1067-1083

1995

Snowpack influences on geomorphic processes in Green Lakes Valley, Colorado Front Range.

Caine, N., Geographical Journal 161 :55-68

1995

Physiological and production responses of plant growth forms to increases in limiting resources in alpine tundra: Implications for differential community response to environmental change.

Bowman, W.D., Theodose, T.A., Fisk, M.C., Oecologia 101 :217-227

1995

Extreme precipitation during 1921 in the area of the Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research site, Front Range, Colorado, U.S.A..

Greenland, D., Arctic and Alpine Research 27 :19-28

1995

Fluxes and transformations of nitrogen in a high-elevation catchment, Sierra Nevada.

Williams, M.W., Bales, R.C., Brown, A.D., Melack, J.M., Biogeochemistry 28 :1-31

1995

The Ice-Age History of Alaskan National Parks.

Elias, S.A., Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC

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