Scott W. Bailey
Scott W. Bailey
Adjunct Professor, Virginia Tech; Retired, USDA Forest Service
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The biogeochemistry of calcium at Hubbard Brook
GE Likens, CT Driscoll, DC Buso, TG Siccama, CE Johnson, GM Lovett, ...
Biogeochemistry 41 (2), 89-173, 1998
Factors associated with the decline disease of sugar maple on the Allegheny Plateau
SB Horsley, RP Long, SW Bailey, RA Hallett, TJ Hall
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (9), 1365-1378, 2000
Calcium Inputs and Transport in A Base‐Poor Forest Ecosystem as Interpreted by Sr Isotopes
SW Bailey, JW Hornbeck, CT Driscoll, HE Gaudette
Water Resources Research 32 (3), 707-719, 1996
The biogeochemistry of sulfur at Hubbard Brook
GE Likens, CT Driscoll, DC Buso, MJ Mitchell, GM Lovett, SW Bailey, ...
Biogeochemistry 60 (3), 235-316, 2002
Sulphate, nitrogen and base cation budgets at 21 forested catchments in Canada, the United States and Europe
SA Watmough, J Aherne, C Alewell, P Arp, S Bailey, T Clair, P Dillon, ...
Environmental monitoring and assessment 109 (1), 1-36, 2005
Health of eastern North American sugar maple forests and factors affecting decline
SB Horsley, RP Long, SW Bailey, RA Hallett, PM Wargo
Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 19 (1), 34-44, 2002
Thirty years of change in forest soils of the Allegheny Plateau, Pennsylvania
SW Bailey, SB Horsley, RP Long
Soil Science Society of America Journal 69 (3), 681-690, 2005
Influence of edaphic factors on sugar maple nutrition and health on the Allegheny Plateau
SW Bailey, SB Horsley, RP Long, RA Hallett
Soil Science Society of America Journal 68 (1), 243-252, 2004
Streamwater chemistry and nutrient budgets for forested watersheds in New England: variability and management implications
JW Hornbeck, SW Bailey, DC Buso, JB Shanley
Forest Ecology and Management 93 (1), 73-89, 1997
Declining Acidic Deposition Begins Reversal of Forest-Soil Acidification in the Northeastern US and Eastern Canada
GB Lawrence, PW Hazlett, IJ Fernandez, R Ouimet, SW Bailey, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (22), 13103-13111, 2015
Deforestation causes increased dissolved silicate losses in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest
DJ Conley, GE Likens, DC Buso, L Saccone, SW Bailey, CE Johnson
Global change biology 14 (11), 2548-2554, 2008
Sugar maple growth in relation to nutrition and stress in the northeastern United States
RP Long, SB Horsley, RA Hallett, SW Bailey
Ecological Applications 19 (6), 1454-1466, 2009
The biogeochemistry of chlorine at Hubbard Brook, New Hampshire, USA
GM Lovett, GE Likens, DC Buso, CT Driscoll, SW Bailey
Biogeochemistry 72 (2), 191-232, 2005
Implications of sodium mass balance for interpreting the calcium cycle of a forested ecosystem
SW Bailey, DC Buso, GE Likens
Ecology 84 (2), 471-484, 2003
Network analysis reveals multiscale controls on streamwater chemistry
KJ McGuire, CE Torgersen, GE Likens, DC Buso, WH Lowe, SW Bailey
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (19), 7030-7035, 2014
Associations of calcium and aluminum with the growth and health of sugar maple trees in Vermont
PG Schaberg, JW Tilley, GJ Hawley, DH DeHayes, SW Bailey
Forest Ecology and Management 223 (1), 159-169, 2006
Assessment of soil calcium status in red spruce forests in the northeastern United States
GB Lawrence, MB David, SW Bailey, WC Shortle
Biogeochemistry 38 (1), 19-39, 1997
Effects of Acidic Deposition and Soil Acidification on Sugar Maple Trees in the Adirondack Mountains, New York
TJ Sullivan, GB Lawrence, SW Bailey, TC McDonnell, CM Beier, ...
Environmental science & technology 47 (22), 12687-12694, 2013
Identifying calcium sources at an acid deposition-impacted spruce forest: a strontium isotope, alkaline earth element multi-tracer approach
TD Bullen, SW Bailey
Biogeochemistry 74 (1), 63-99, 2005
Fine scale variations of surface water chemistry in an ephemeral to perennial drainage network
MA Zimmer, SW Bailey, KJ McGuire, TD Bullen
Hydrological Processes 27 (24), 3438-3451, 2013
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