Biogeochemical Research at the Noland Divide Watershed, Great Smoky Mountains
H. Van Miegroet, D. G. Tarboton, N Nicholas, I Creed.
The goal of this research project conducted from 1997 to 2001 was to
quantify and better understand the effects of hydrology on the nitrogen
cycling and biogeochemistry of the Noland Divide Watershed. We conducted
detailed field measurements during the summer of 1999 in the Noland Divide
Experimental Watershed in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Results are reported in the following papers and presentations:
Van Miegroet, H., I. F. Creed, N. S. Nicholas, D. G. Tarboton, K. L. Webster,
J. Schubzda, B. Robinson, J. Smoot, D. W. Johnson, S. E. Lindberg, G. Lovett,
S. Nodvin and S. Moore, (2001), "Is There Synchronicity in Nitrogen Input
and Output at the Noland Divide Watershed, a Small N-Saturated Forested
Catchment in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park," TheScientificWorld,
1(S2): 480-492, http://www.thescientificworld.com. [PDF
Loscher, G., D. G. Tarboton, I. Creed and K. Webster, (2001), Soil Moisture
Variability in a Small Steep Forested Watershed. Poster presented at AGU
Chapman Conference on Hillslope Hydrology, Sun River, Oregon, October 8-12.
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Powerpoint (6 MB)]