01. Some Recent Publications on Biogeochemistry

Berwyn Williams; Deborah Silcock; Miriam Young (1999): Seasonal dynamics of N in two Sphagnum moss species and the underlying peat treated with 15NH415NO3. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 285-302.

Christoph Gehring; Manfred Denich; Milton Kanashiro; Paul L.G. Vlek (1999): Response of secondary vegetation in Eastern Amazonia to relaxed nutrient availability constraints. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 223-241

David U; Hooper; Loretta Johnson (1999): Nitrogen limitation in dryland ecosystems: Responses to geographical and temporal variation in precipitation. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 247-293.

Downing, JA; McClain, M; Twilley, R; Melack, JM; Elser, J; Rabalais, NN; Lewis, Jr.,WM; Turner, RE; Corredor, J; Soto, D; Yanez-Arancibia, A; Kopaska, JA; Howarth,RW (1999): The impact of accelerating land-use change on the N-Cycle of tropical aquatic ecosystems: Current conditions and projected changes. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 109-148.

Holland, A; Frank J; Dentener; Bobby H; Braswell; James M; Sulzman (1999): Contemporary and pre-industrial global reactive nitrogen budgets Elisabeth. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 7-43.

Jorge E, Corredor (1999): Nitron - An etymology of nitrogen and other related words. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 5-6.

Jorge E. Corredor; Robert W. Howarth; Robert R. Twilley; Julio M. Morell (1999):Nitrogen cycling and anthropogenic impact in the tropical interamerican seas. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 163-178.

Karin S. Fassnacht; Stith T. Gower (1999): Comparison of the litterfall and forest floor organic matter and nitrogen dynamics of upland forest ecosystems in north central Wisconsin. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 265-284.

Martinelli, LA; Piccolo, MC; Townsend, AR; Vitousek, PM; Cuevas, E; McDowell, W; Robertson, GP; Santos, OC; Treseder,OC (1999): Nitrogen stable isotopic composition of leaves and soil: Tropical versus temperate forests. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 45-65.

Martine C. Duff, Douglas B. Hunter, Paul M. Bertsch, Christopher Amrhein (1999): Factors influencing uranium reduction and solubility in evaporation pond sediments. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 95-114.

Melanie A. Vile; Kelman Wieder, R; Martin Novák (1999): Mobility of Pb in Sphagnum-derived peat. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 35-52.

Pamela A. Matson; William H. McDowell; Alan R. Townsend; Peter M. Vitousek (1999): The globalization of N deposition: ecosystem consequences in tropical environments. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 67-83.

Peter M. Vitousek; Christopher B. Field (1999): Ecosystem constraints to symbiotic nitrogen fixers: a simple model and its implications. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 179-202.

Puerto Rico Tamara J. Chestnut; Daniel J. Zarin; William H. Mcdowell; Michael Keller (1999): A nitrogen budget for late-successional hillslope tabonuco forest. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 85-108.

Robert W. Howarth; Francis Chan; Roxanne Marino (1999): Do top-down and bottom-up controls interact to exclude nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria from the plankton of estuaries? An exploration with a simulation model. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 203-231.

composition of sediment carbohydrates associated with intertidal diatom assemblages. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 303-327.

Timothy E. Crews (1999): The presence of nitrogen fixing legumes in terrestrial communities: Evolutionary vs ecological considerations. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 233-246.

West, AE; Brooks, PD; Fisk, MC; Smith, LK; Holland, EA; Jaeger, CH; Babcock, S; Lai, RS; Schmidt, SK (1999): Landscape patterns of CH4 fluxes in an alpine tundra ecosystem. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 243-264.

Weijin Yan; Chengqing Yin; Shen Zhang (1999): Nutrient budgets and biogeochemistry in an experimental agricultural watershed in Southeastern China. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 1-19.

William M. Lewis, Jr.; John M. Melack; William H. McDowell; Michael McClain; Jeffrey E. Richey (1999): Nitrogen yields from undisturbed watersheds in the Americas. Biogeochemistry, 46(1): 149-162

William H. Schlesinger; Athol D. Abrahams; Anthony J. Parsons; John Wainwright (1999): Nutrient losses in runoff from grassland and shrubland habitats in Southern New Mexico: I. rainfall simulation experiments. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 21-34.

Simone Dannenberg; Ralf Conrad (1999): Effect of rice plants on methane production and rhizospheric metabolism in paddy soil. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 53-71.

Williams, BL; Buttler, A; Grosvernier, P; Francez, A-J; Gilbert, D; Ilomets, M; Jauhiainen, J; Matthey,Y; Silcock, DJ; Vasander, H (1999): The fate of NH4NO3 added to Sphagnum magellanicum carpets at five European mire sites. Biogeochemistry, 45(3): 73-93.

Garten, Jr. CT; Post, WM III; Hanson, PJ; Cooper, LW (1999): Forest soil carbon inventories and dynamics along an elevation gradient in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Biogeochemistry, 45(2): 115-145.

Erik Kristensen, Kim Hansen (1999): Transport of carbon dioxide and ammonium in bioturbated (Nereis diversicolor) coastal, marine sediments. Biogeochemistry, 45(2). 147-168.

Michael R. Williams; John M. Melack (1999): Composition and deposition of throughfall in a flooded forest archipelago Solange Filoso. Biogeochemistry, 45(2): 169-195.

James T. Morris (1999): Distribution and speciation of phosphorus along a salinity gradient in intertidal marsh sediments Claus Paludan. Biogeochemistry, 45(2): 197-221.

Weijin Yan; Chengqing Yin; Shen Zhang (1999): Nutrient budgets and biogeochemistry in an experimental agricultural watershed in Southeastern China. Biogeochemistry, 45(1): 1-19.

William H. Schlesinger; Athol D.Abrahams; Anthony J. Parsons; John Wainwright (1999): Nutrient losses in runoff from grassland and shrubland habitats in Southern New Mexico: I. rainfall simulation experiments. Biogeochemistry, 45(1): 21-34.

Melanie A. Vile; R. Kelman Wieder; Martin Novák (1999): Mobility of Pb in Sphagnum -derived peat. Biogeochemistry, 45(1): 35-52.

Simone Dannenberg; Ralf Conrad (1999): Effect of rice plants on methane production and Rhizospheric metabolism in paddy soil. Biogeochemistry, 45(1): 53-71.

Williams, BL; Buttler, A; Grosvernier, P; Francez, A-J; Gilbert, M; Ilomets, P; Jauhiainen, J; Matthey, Y; Silcock, DJ; Vasander, H (1999): The fate of NH4NO3 added to Sphagnum magellanicum carpets at five European mire sites. Biogeochemistry, 45(1): 73-93.

Martine C. Duff; Douglas, B; Hunter; Paul M. Bertsch, Christopher Amrhein (1999): Factors influencing uranium reduction and solubility in evaporation pond sediments. Biogeochemistry, 45(1): 95-114.

Robert C. Hale; Curt Enos; Kathryn Gallagher (1998): Sources and Distribution of Polychlorinated Terphenyls at a Major US Aeronautics Research Facility. Environmental Management, 22(6), 937-945.

Robert Costanza, Matthias Ruth (1998): Using Dynamic Modeling to Scope Environmental Problems and Build Consensus. Enviromental Management, 22(2): 183-195.

Robert Staib (1998): Processes in Pollution Management: An Australian Model. Environmental Management, 22(3). 393-406.

Robert Wilby, (1998): Modelling low-frequency rainfall events using airflow indices, weather patterns and frontal frequencies, J. Hydrology, 212-213(1-4): 381-392.

Rockström, J; Jansson, PE; Barron, J (1998): Seasonal rainfall partitioning under runon and runoff conditions on sandy soil in Niger. On-farm measurements and water balance modelling, J. Hydrology, 210(1-4): 68-92.

Roni Avissar, (1998): Which type of soil--vegetation--atmosphere transfer scheme is needed for general circulation models: a proposal for a higher--order scheme. J. Hydrology, 212-213(1-4): 136-154.

Ruan, H; Illangasekare, TH (1998): A model to couple overland flow and infiltration into macroporous vadose zone, J. Hydrology, 210(1-4): 116-127.

Ruiz, F; Gonzaler Regalado, ML; Borrego, J; Morales, JA; Pendon, JG; Munoz, JM (1998): Stratigraphic sequence, elemental concentrations and heavt metal pollution in Holocene sediments form the Tinto-odiel Estuary South Western Spain, Environmental Geology, 34(4), 270-278.

Satsangi, GS; Lakahni, A; Khari, P; Singh, SP; Kmumari, KM; Srivastava, SS (1998): Composition of rain water at a semi acid rural site in India; Atmospheric Environment, 32(21): 3783-3794.

Sen, Z (1998): An application of a regional air pollution estimation model over Isltanbul urban area; Atmospheric Environment, 32(20): 3426-3444.

Singh, VS; Thangarajan, M (1998): Analysis of pumping test data form Abstraction well; Geological Society of India, 52(3): 337-340.

Sohngen, B; Mendelsohn, R; Neilson, R (1998): Predicting CO2 emissions from forests during climate change; A Comparison of natural and hjuman response models; AMBIO, J. Human Environment, 27(7), 509-513.

Sshakya, NM; Chander, S (1998): Modelling of hillslop run off processes; Environmental Geology, 35(2-3), 115-123.

Steen, E (1998): Soil water: Basis for conservation and management of the plant of dry areas; AMBIO. J. Human Environment, 27(7): 539-544.

Stephen E. Watts (1998): Short-term Influence of Tank Tracks on Vegetation and Microphytic Crusts in Shrubste e Habitat. Environmental Management, 22(4), 611-616.

Stephen M. Born; Kenneth D. Genskow; Timothy L. Filbert; Nuria Hernandez-Mora; Matthew L. Keefer; Kimberly A. White (1998): Socioeconomic and Institutional Dimensions of Dam Removals: The Wisconsin Experience. Environmental Management, 22(3): 359-370.

Steven A. Whisman; Steven J. Hollenhorst (1998): A Path Model of Whitewater Boating Satisfaction on the Cheat River of West Virginia. Environmental Management, 22(1): 109-117.

Tam, NFY (1998): Effects of waste water discharge on microbial populations and enzyme activities in mangrove soils; Environmental Pollution, 102(2-3): 233-241.

Tanik, A; Beler Baykal, B; G”nen‡, E; Meri‡, S; ™ktem, Y (1998): Effect and Control of Pollution in Catchment Area of Lake Sapanca, Turkey. Environmental Management, 22(3): 407- 414.

Tiwari, AK; Jain, RK (1998): Environmental impact assessment of cement industry: Acckymore; Indian J. Environ Health, 40(2): 32-141.

Ulrich Callies; Andreas Rhodin; Dieter PE et al., (1998): A case study on variational soil moisture analysis from atmospheric observations, J. Hydrology, 212-213(1-4): 95-108.

Dale, VH; King, AW; Mann, LK; Washington-Allen, RA; McCord, RA (1998): Assessing Land- Use Impacts on Natural Resources. Enviromental Management, 22(2): 203-211.

Watson, A; Nodwell, DB (1998): Mwthane production and emission from peat; the influence of anions (sulphate, nitrate) from acid rain; Atmospheric Environment, 32(19): 3239-3246.

Wichert, GA; Rabort, DJ; (1998): Fish Community Structure as a Measure of Degradation and Rehabilitation of Riparian Systems in an Agricultural Drainage Basin. Environmental Management 22(3): 425-443.

Wim Klaassena; Fred Bosveldb; de Waterc, E (1998): Water storage and evaporation as constituents of rainfall interception, J. Hydrology, 212-213(1-4): 35-50.

Xinhao Wang; Zhi-Yong Yin (1998): A comparison of drainage networks derived from digital elevation models at two scales, J. Hydrology, 210(1-4): 221-241.

Xixi Lu; David L. Higgitt (1998): Recent Changes of Sediment Yield in the U er Yangtze, China. Environmental Management, 22(5): 697-709.

Zue Dayuan (1998): The Legislation, enforcement, and further needs for biodiversity conservation in China; AMBIO- J. Human Environment, 27(6): 489-491.


O2. Some Recent Publications on Environmental Law

Carl Tobias (1998): Natural Resources and the Ninth Circuit Split: Professor Tobias discusses the current debate ragarding the proposed split of the Ninth Circuit and the potential ramifications of such a split on natural resource issues in the Ninth Circuit. 28(2): 411-430.

Sarah Michaels; Robert, J Mason; William D. Solecki (1999): Motivations for ecostewardship partnerships: Examples from the Adirondack Park, 16(1).

Bennertt, RM; Jones PJ (1999): Modelling the impact of BSE policy on agriculture in England and Wales; 16(1).

John T. Lee; Mark J. Elton and Stewart Thompson (1999): the role of GIS in landscape assessment: using land-use-based criteria for an area of the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 16(1).

Bo-sin Tang; Roger M.H. Tang (1999): Development control, planning incentive and urban redevelopment: evaluation of a two-tier plot ratio system in Hong Kong, 16(1).

Kris Wernstedt, Robert Hersh and Katherine Probst (1999): Grounding hazardous waste cleanups: a promising remedy?. 16(1).

Eric T. Freyfogle (1999): The Particulars of Owning, 25(4): 574-590.

James L. Huffman (1999): Land Ownership and Environmental, Regulation, 25(4): 591-601.

Michael McClosky(1999): Local communities and the Management of Public Forests. 25(4): 624-629.

Sally K. Fairfax et al. (1999): The Federal Forest Are Not What They Seem: Formal and Informal Claims To Federal Lands. 25(4): 630-646.

Scott Kuhn (1999): Expanding Public Participaion Is Essential to Environmental Justice and The Democratic Decisionmaking Process. 25(4): 647-658.

Starla Kay Roels (1998): Borrowing Instead of Taking: How the Seemingly Opposite Threads of Indian Treaty Rights and Property Rights Activism Could Intertwine to restore Salmon to the Rivers. 28(2): 375-410.

A. Dan Tarlock (1999): the Creation of New Risk Sharing Water Entitlement Regims: The Case of The Truckee-Carson Settlement. 25(4): 674-691.

Lee P. Breckenridge (1999): Nonprofit Environmental Organizations and the Restructring of Institutions for Ecosystem Management. 25(4): 692-706.

Holly Doremus (1999): Preserving citizen Participation in The Era of Reinvention: the Endangered Species Act Example, 25(4): 707-717.

Robert A. Kagan (1999): Trying to Have It Both Ways: Local Discretion, Central Control, and Adversarial Legalism in American Environmental Regulation. 25(4): 718-732.

Cymie Payme (1999): Locl Regulation of Natural Reesources: Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Fairness of Wetlands Permitting in Massachusetts. Environmental Law, 28(3): 519-568.


03. Some (recently published) Books:

David Briggs, etal. Fundamental of the Physical Environmental, New York, NY: Routledge, 1998 (212) 244-3336. 557 pp. $100.00 Hardbound, $35.00 Paperbound.

Randall Baker, Wesport, CT: Environmental Law and Policy in the European Union and the United States, Praeger Publishers, 1997, (203). 226 -3571. 269 pp. $65.00 Harbound.

Micheal J.; Bean & Melanie, J; Rowland: The Evolution of National Wildlife Law, 3rd Edition, Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 1997. (203) 226-3571. 544 pp. $79.50 Hardbound, $32.50 Paperbound.

Samuel, P; Hays Pittsburgh, PA: Explorations in Environmental Histroy, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1997 (412) 383 -2493. 584 pp. $50.00 Clothbound, $22.95 Paperbound.

Leonard DeBano, Et al.: Fire's Effects on Ecosystems, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998 (212) 850-6336. 333pp. $95.00 Clothbound.

C.G.Gunnerson, J.A. French : Waste Water Management for Coastal Cities. 2nd Edition. 350pp. DM148.

L.Murley : Clean Air Arround the World. 3rd Edition 1995. Approx. 500 pp. Softcover approx. DM 198; $89; FF 746, ISBN 3-540-58760-8.

B.Bilitewski, G. Hardtle; K. Marek : Waste Management 1995. Approx. 650 pp. 358 figs. Hardcover approx, DM 128; $55.50; FF 483 ISBN 3-540-59210-5.

Harry M. Freeman; Eugene F. Harris: Hazardous Waste Remediation: Technomic Publishing Co.Inc. 361pp. $79.95.

A. Osman: Urban Stormwater Hydrology, A guide to Engineering Calculation: Technomic Publishing Co.Inc. 265pp. $99.95

U S Environmental Protection Agency: Land Applications of Biosolids: Technomic Publishing Co.Inc. 308pp. $69.95.

Frank R. Spellman: Microbiology for Water/Wastewater Operators: Technomic Publishing Co.Inc. 207pp. $69.95.

I.D. Clark; P. Fritz : Environmental Isotopes in Hydrogeology, 1997. 350 pp. 50 figs., 27tabs. Hardcover DM 156*, $ 60; FF 588; Lit. 172.280; oS 1139*, sFr 141*, ISBN 1-56670-249-6

W. J. Deiutsch; Woodward-Clyde, Seattle, WA, USA; Grounwater Geochemistry, Fundamentals and Applications to Contamination : 1997. 385 pp. Haardecover DM 145*; $56 FF547; Lit. 160. 130; oS 1059*; Fr 132*, ISBN 0-87371-3087, CRC Press

German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU), Bremerhaven, Germay (Ed.): World in Transition: Ways Towards Sustainable Management of Freshwater Resources : 1999. XXVI, 329 pp. 75 figs. in color, 45 tabs. Hardcover DM 229*; $ 88; FF 863; Lit. 252.910; oS 1672*, sFr 207* ISBN 3-540-64351-6.

Earth system Analysis: Integrating Science for Sustainability: 1998. XXIX, 530pp. 92 figs., 32 in color, 16tabs. Hardcover DM 128*; FF 483; Lit. 141.360; oS 935*, sFr 116.50* ISBN 3-540- 58017-4

Industrial Ecoloyg Environmental chemistry and Hazardous Waste: 1999. Hardcover DM 123&;, $47.50; FF 464; Lit. 135.840; oS 898*, sFR 112* ISBN 1-56670 -381-6, Lewis Publishers, a division of CRC Press.

M. M. Soliman, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egyspt; P.E., LaMoreaux, B.A. Memon, F. A. Assad, J.W. LaMoreaux, Tuscaloosa, AL USA, Environmental Hydrogeology : 1998. X, 386 pp. with diskette. Hardcover DM 145*; $ FF 547; Lit 160.130; oS 1059*, sFr 132* ISBN 0-87371- 949-2. Tim forsyth (ed.): February 1998 : EEP workshop report, 128 pp.

Michael Grubb Dean Anderson (eds): July 1997: EEP academic conference report, 208 pp.

Michael Grubb: 2nd edition, 1992: EEP report (A4), 56pp.


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