Forest Health Bibliography

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MacDonald, N. W., and J. B. Hart, Jr., Relating sulfate adsorption to soil properties in Michigan forest soils, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 54, 238-245, 1990.

MacDonald, N. W., A. J. Burton, M. F. Jurgensen, J. W. McLaughlin, and G. D. Mroz, Variation in forest soil properties along a Great Lakes air pollution gradient, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 55, 1709-1715, 1991.

MacDonald, N. W., A. J. Burton, H. O. Liechty, J. A. Witter, K. S. Pregitzer, G. D. Mroz, and D. D. Richter, Ion leaching in forest ecosystems along a Great Lakes air pollution gradient, J. Environ. Qual., 21, 614-623, 1992.

MacDonald, N. W., J. A. Witter, A. J. Burton, K. S. Pregitzer, and D. D. Richter, Relationships among atmospheric deposition, throughfall, and soil properties in oak forest ecosystems, Can. J. For. Res., 23, 2348-2357, 1993.

MacDonald, N. W., A. J. Burton, J. A. Witter, and D. D. Richter, Sulfate adsorption in forest soils of the Great Lakes region, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 58, 1546-1555, 1994.

Magill, A. H., M. R. Downs, K. J. Nadelhoffer, R. A. Hallet, and J. D. Aber, Forest ecosystem response to four years of chronic nitrate and sulfate additions at Bear Brooks Watershed, Maine, USA, Forest Ecology and Management, 84, 29-37, 1996.

Magill, A.H., M.R. Downs, K.J. Nadelhoffer, R.A. Hallet, and J.D. Aber, Forest ecosystem response to four years of chronic nitrate and sulfate additions at Bear Brooks Watershed, Maine, USA, Forest Ecol. Management 84, 29-37, 1996.

Magill, A.H., J.D. Aber, J.J. Hendricks, R.D. Bowden, J.M. Melillo,and P.A. Steudler, Biogeochemical response of forest ecosystems to simulated chronic nitrogen deposition, Ecol. APplic., 7, 402-415, 1997.

Mahoney, M. J., B. I. Chevone, J. M. Skelly, and L. D. Moore, Influence of mycorrhizae on the growth of loblolly pine seedlings exposed to ozone and sulfur dioxide, Phytopathology, 75, 679-682, 1985.

Maier-Maercker, U., and W. Koch, Poor stomatal control of water balance and the abscission of green needles from a declining stand of spruce trees [Picea abies (L.) Karst.] from the northern Alps, Trees, 10, 63-73, 1995.

Majdi, H., and H. Persson, A study on fine-root dynamics in response to nutrient applications in a Norway spruce stand using the minirhizotron technique, Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenk., 158, 429-43, 1995.

Majdi, H., and H. Persson, Effects of ammonium sulphate application on the chemistry of bulk soil, rhizosphere, fine roots and fine-root distribution in a Picea abies (L.) Karst. stand, Plant and Soil, 168-169, 151-160, 1995.

Majdi, H., and H. Persson, Spatial distribution of fine roots, rhizosphere and bulk-soil chemistry in an acidified Picea abies stand, Scand. J. For. Res., 8, 147-155, 1993.

Majdi, H., and U. Rosengren-Brinck, Effects of ammonium sulphate application on the rhizosphere, fine-root and needle chemistry in a Picea abies (L.) Karst. stand, Plant and Soil, 162, 71-80, 1994.

Majdi, H., and J. Bergholm, Effects of enhanced supplies of nitrogen and sulphur on rhizosphere and soil chemistry in a Norway spruce stand in SW Sweden, Water, Air and Soil Pollut., 85, 1777-1782, 1995.

Majdi, H., and H. Persson, Effects of ammonium sulphate application on the chemisty of bulk soil, rhizosphere, fine roots and fine-root distribution in a Picea abies (L.) Karst. stand, Plant and Soil, 168-169, 151-160, 1995.

Majdi, H., and J.-E. Nylund, Does liquid fertilization affect fine root dynamics and lifespan of mycorrhizal short roots?, Plant and Soil, 185, 305-309, 1996.

Majumdar, S. K., S. W. Cline, and R. W. Zelnick, Chemical analyses of soils and oak tree tissues from two forest habitats in Pennsylvania differing in their sensitivity to acid precipitation, Environ. Technol. Lett., 10, 1019-1026, 1989.

Majumdar, S. K., J. R. Halma, S. W. Cline, D. Rieker, C. Daehler, R. W. Zelnick, T. Saylor, and S. Geist, Tree ring growth and elemental concentrations in wood cores of oak species in eastern Pennsylvania: Possible influences of air pollution and acid deposition, Environ. Technol., 12, 41-49, 1991.

Mäkisara, K., and E. Tomppo, Airborne imaging spectrometry in national forest inventory, paper presented at IGARS'96, Lincoln, NE, June 1996.

Maek, and J. Greszta, The effect of "acid rains" and mineral fertilization on the development of biometrical features of Fagus sylvatica L. seedlings, J. Plant Physiol., 148, 264-270, 1996.

Malessa, V., Soil acidification gradients: Mode of development, status quo and classification, Water, Air, and Soil Pollut., 84, 303-321, 1995.

Malm, W. C., J. F. Sisler, D. Huffman, R. A. Eldred, and T. A. Cahill, Spatial and seasonal trends in particle concentration and optical extinction in the United States, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 1347-1370, 1994.

Malm, W. C., J. Trijonis, J. Sisler, M. Pitchford, and R. L. Dennis, Assessing the effect of SO2emission changes on visibility, Atmos. Environ., 28, 1023-1034, 1994.

Manderscheid, B., E. Matzner, K.-J. Meiwes, and Y. Xu, Long-term development of element budget in a Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) forest of the German Solling area, Water, Air, and Soil Pollut., 79, 3-18, 1995.

Manion, P. D., Effects of air pollution on forests, J. Air Pollut. Control Assoc., 35, 919-922, 1985.

Manning, W. J., and A. v. Tiedemann, Climate change: Potential effects of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2), ozone (O3), and ultraviolet-B (UV-B) radiation on plant diseases, Environ. Pollut., 88, 219-245, 1995.

Mansell, R. S., S. A. Bloom, and L. A. G. Aylmore, Simulating cation transport during unsteady, unsaturated water flow in sandy soil, Soil Sci., 150, 730-744, 1990.

Mansell, R. S., and S. A. Bloom, A tool for evaluating a need for variable selectivities in cation transport in soil, Water Resources Res., 29, 1855-1858, 1993.

Mansell, R. S., W. J. Bond, and S. A. Bloom, Simulating cation transport during water flow in soil: Two approaches, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 57, 3-9, 1993.

Marenco, A., H. Gouget, P. Nédélec, J.-P. Pagés,a nd F. Karcher, Evidence of a long-term increase in tropospheric ozone from Pic du Midi data series: Consequences: Positive radiative forcing, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 16,617-16,632, 1994.

Markkola, A. M., R. Ohtonen, O. Tarvainen, and U. Ahonen-Jonnarth, Estimates of fungal biomass in Scots pine stands on an urban pollution gradient, New. Phytol., 131, 139-147, 1995.

Marquardt, W., E. Brüggemann, and P. Ihle, Trends in the composition of wet deposition: Effects of the atmospheric rehabilitation in East Germany, Tellus, 48B, 361-371, 1996.

Marschner, H., Mechanisms of adaptation of plants to acid soils, Plant and Soil, 134, 1-20, 1991.

Marschner, H., Mineral nutrient acquisition in nonmycorrhizal and mycorrhizal plants, Proc. BIOFOSP, Ljubljana, 101-106, August 22-31, 1995.

Marschner, H., M. Häussling, and E. George, Ammonium and nitrate uptake rates and rhizosphere pH in non-mycorrhizal roots of Norway spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst.], Trees, 5, 14-21, 1991.

Marschner, H., and B. Dell, Nutrient uptake in mycorrhizal symbiosis, Plant and Soil, 159, 89-102, 1994.

Martin, R. B., Aluminum: A neurotoxic product of acid rain, Accounts of Chem. Res., 27, 204-210, 1995.

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Massman, W. J., et al., An evalation of the regional acid deposition model surface model for ozone uptake at three sites in the San Joaquin Valley of California, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 8281-8294, 1994.

Matzner, E., and B. Ulrich, Raten der Deposition, der internen Produktion und des Umsatzes von Protonen in zwei Waldökosystemen, Zeitschrift für Pflanzenernährung und Bodenkunde, 147, 290-308, 1984.

Matzner, E., B. Ulrich, D. Murach, and K. Rost-Siebert, Zur Beteiligung des Bodens am Waldsterben, Staub Reinhaltung der Luft, 45, 278-284, 1985.

Matyssek, R., M. S. Günthardt-Goerg, T. Keller, and C. Scheideger, Impairment of gas exchange and structure in birch leaves (Betula pendula) caused by low ozone concentrations, Trees, 5, 5-13, 1991.

Matyssek, R., M. S. Günthardt-Goerg, and T. Keller, Physiological effects of air pollutants in low concentrations on trees, Proc., Air Pollution and Interactions between Organisms in Forest Ecosystems, Tharandt/Dresden, 76-86, Sept. 9-11, 1992.

Matyssek, R., M. S. Günthardt-Goerg, M. Saurer, and T. Keller, Seasonal growth, 13C in leaves and stem, and phloem structure of birch (Betula pendula) under low ozone concentrations, Trees, 6, 69-76, 1992.

Matyssek, R., M. S. Günthardt-Goerg, W. Landolt, and T. Keller, Whole-plant growth and leaf formation in ozonated hybrid poplar (Populus x euramericana), Environ. Pollut., 81, 207-212, 1993.

Matyssek, R., T. Keller, and T. Koike, Branch growth and leaf gas exchange of Populus tremula exposed to low ozone concentrations throughout two growing seasons, Environ. Pollut., 79, 1-7, 1993.

Matyssek, R., M. S. Günthardt-Goerg, S. Maurer, and T. Keller, Nighttime exposure to ozone reduces whole-plant production in Betual pendula, Tree Physiol., 15, 159-165, 1995.

Mattson, Jr., W. J., Herbivory in relation to plant nitrogen content, Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst., 11, 119-161, 1980.

Mattson, W. J., and N. D. Addy, Phytophagous insects as regulators of forest primary production, Science, 190, 515-522, 1975.

Matyssek, R., M. S. Günthardt-Goerg, T. Keller, and C. Scheidegger, Impairment of gas exchange and structure in birch leaves (Betula pendula) caused by low ozone concentrations, Trees, 5, 5-13, 1991.

Matzner, E., and D. Murach, Soil changes induced by air pollutant deposition and their implication for forests in Central Europe, Water, Air and Soil Pollut., 85, 63-76, 1995.

Mayer, R., and B. Ulrich, Acidity of precipitation as influenced by the filtering of atmospheric sulphur and nitrogen compounds - its role in the element balance and effect on soil, Water, Air, and Soil Pollut., 7, 409-416, 1977.

McCanny, S. J., W. H. Hendershot, M. J. Lechowicz, and B. Shipley, The effects of aluminum on Picea rubens: Factorial experiments using sand culture, Can. J. For. Res., 25, 8-17, 1995.

McClenahen, J. R., J. P. Vimmerstedt, and A. J. Scherzer, Elemental concentrations in tree rings by PIXE: Statistical variability, mobility, and effects of altered soil chemistry, Can. J. For. Res., 19, 880-888, 1989.

McClenahen, J. R., and N. H. McCarthy, An assessment of pitch pine (Pinus rigida) health and mortality in southern Ohio, Can. J. For. Res., 20, 1900-1908, 1990.

McClenehan, J. R., and J. P. Vimmerstedt, Soil, climate, and atmospheric deposition relationships with elemental concentrations in annual rings of tuliptree, J. Environ. Qual., 22, 23-32, 1992.

McClure, M. S., Foliar nitrogen: A basis for host suitability for elongate hemlock scale, Firoinia externa (Homoptera: Diaspididae), Ecology, 61, 72-79, 1980.

McClure, M. S., Nitrogen fertilization of hemlock increases susceptibility to hemlock woolly adelgid, J. Arboiculture, 17, 227-230, 1991.

McClure, M. S., Effects of implanted and injected pesticides and fertilizers on the survival of Adelges tsugae (Homoptera: Adelgidae) and on the growth of Tsuga canadensis, J. Econ. Entomol., 85, 468-472, 1992.

McDonald, K. M., L. Cheng, M. P. Olson, and R. P. Angle, A comparison of box and plume model calculations for sulphur deposition and flux in Alberta, Canada, Atmos. Environ., 30, 2969-2980, 1996.

McLaughlin, S. B., Effects of air pollution on forests, A critical review, J. Air Pollut. Control Assoc., 35, 512-534, 1985.

McLaughlin, S. B., Effects of air pollution on forests, Closing remarks, Air Pollut. Control Assoc., 35, 923-924, 1985.

McLaughlin, J. W., D. D. Reed, S. T. Bagley, M. F. Jurgensen, and G. D. Mroz, Foliar amino acid accumulation as an indicator of ecosystem stress for first-year sugar maple seedlings, J. Environ. Qual., 23, 154-161, 1994.

McLaughlin, S. B., R. K. McConathy, D. Duvick, and L. K. Mann, Effects of chronic air pollution stress on photosynthesis, carbon allocation, and growth of white pine trees, For. Sci., 28, 60-70, 1982.

McLaughlin, S. B., and R. K. McConathy, Effects of SO2 and O3 on allocation of 14C-labelled photosynthate in Phaseolus vulgaris, Plant Physiol., 73, 630-635, 1985.

McLaughlin, S. B., C. P. Andersen, R. J. Norby, N. T. Edwards, and R. R. Tardiff, Interactive effects of natural and anthropogenic factors on growth and physiology of southern red spruce, Proc. US/FRG Research Symposium: Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants on the Spruce-fir Forests of the Eastern United States and the Federal Republic of Germany, Burlington, Vermont, 381-388, Oct. 19-23, 1987.

McLaughlin, S. B., D. J. Downing, T. J. Blasing, E. R. Cook, and H. S. Adams, An analysis of climate and competition as contributors to decline of red spruce in high elevation Appalachian forests in the eastern United States, Oecologia, 72, 487-501, 1987.

McLaughlin, S. B., C. P. Andersen, N. T. Edwards, W. K. Roy, and P. A. Layton, Seasonal patterns of photosynthesis and respiration of red spruce saplings from two elevations in declining southern Appalachian stands, Can. J. For. Res., 20, 485-495, 1990.

McLaughlin, S. B., C. P. Andersen, P. J. Hansen, M. G. Tjoelker, and W. K. Roy, Increased dark respiration and calcium deficiency of red spruce in relation to acidic depositions at high-elevation southern Appalachian Mountain sites, Can. J. For. Res., 21, 1234-1244, 1991.

McLaughlin, S. B., and R. J. Kohut, The effects of atmospheric deposition and ozone on carbon allocation and associated physiological processes in red spruce, Ch. 9 in Ecology and Decline of Red Spruce in the Eastern United States, C. Eagar and M. B. Adams, eds., Springer-Verlag, NY, pp. 338-382, 1992.

McLaughlin, S. B., and M. J. Tjoelker, Growth and physiological changes in red spruce saplings associated with acidic deposition at high elevations in the southern Appalachians, USA, Forest Ecol. Management, 51, 43-51, 1992.

McLaughlin, S. B., M. J. Tjoelker, and W. K. Roy, Acid deposition alters red spruce physiology: Laboratory studies support field observations, Can. J. For. Res., 23, 380-386, 1992.

McLaughlin, S. B., P. A. Layton, M. B. Adams, P. J. Hanson, E. G. O'Neill, and W. K. Roy, Growth responses of 53 open-pollinated loblolly pine families to ozone and acid rain, J. Environ. Qual., 23, 247-257, 1994.

McLaughlin, S. B., and D. J. Downing, Interactive effects of ambient ozone and climate measured on growth of mature forest trees, Nature, 374, 252-254, 1995.

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