Institute of Ecosystem Studies

2002 BES Abstracts


The General Human Model
 
Roelof Boumans, Matthew Wilson, Robert Costanza and Alexey Voinov
 
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A 7-year study of benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages in the Schuylkill River Basin a combination of applied research and community outreach in an urban river basin
 
Jackson, John K., Lieb, David A., Sweeney, Bernard W.
 
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A Green Ash by Any Other Name Would be White Ash
 
Carolynne Wang, Thomas Whitlow and Wayne Zipperer
 
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A Radar Rainfall Data Set for the Baltimore Metropolitan Region
 
Jim Smith, Mary Lynn Baeck, Rich Fulton
 
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BALTIMORE METROPOLITAN WATER RESOURCE GWYNNS FALLS FEASIBILITY STUDY: STATUS REPORT 2
 
Christopher Spaur
 
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Earthworms and soils in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area: Is there an urban-rural gradient?
 
Katalin Szlavecz, Richard V. Pouyat, Vincent Giorgio and Csaba Csuzdi
 
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Ecological Theory and Urban Planning
 
S.T.A. Pickett, Institute of Ecosystem Studies, M.L. Cadenasso, Institute of Ecosystem Studies, J.M. Grove, US Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, B. McGrath, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University R.A.
 
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Exploring the Spatial and Ecological Dimensions of Social Capital: A Case Study of The Baltimore Urban Ecosystem
 
Dr. Matthew A. Wilson, Dr. Morgan Grove, Dr. Roelof Boumans, Dr. William Burch, Amanda Walker
 
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Hyporheic denitrification in urban streams
 
Peter M. Groffman and Ann Myers Dorsey
 
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Integrated monitoring and modeling of hydrologic flowpaths and nutrient cycling in urbanizing catchments
 
Lawrence E. Band, N. Law, S. Kenworthy, Department of Geography, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC 27599, C. Tague, Department of Geography, San Diego State University, P.Groffman, Institute for Ecosystem Studies, Box AB. Millbrook, NY 12545
 
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Integrating forest planning and scientific research - Baltimore City Reservoirs and NED.
 
Mark Twery and Robert Northrop
 
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Lessons Learned from Research in France: Toward a Cross-Site Comparison of Wastewater Infrastructure in Baltimore and Paris.
 
Abigail M. Porter
 
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LIDAR as a tool for channel morphology assessment in Baltimore Ecosystem Study watersheds
 
Andrew J. Miller, UMBC, James A. Smith, Princeton University, Amelia M. Bergbreiter, Princeton University, Michael McGuire, UMBC, Erin Lesh, UMBC
 
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Long Overdue: Explaining Delays in Building Baltimore's Sewers, 1850-1905.
 
Christopher G. Boone
 
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Measurment of Riparian Sedimentation Rates with Trace Metal Stratigraphy
 
Daniel J. Bain, Grace S. Brush
 
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Residential lawn management practices and the impact on the urban nitrogen balance.
 
Law, Neely, Lawrence E. Band, J.M. Grove
 
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Studies on carbon flux and carbon dioxide concentration in a forested region in suburban Baltimore
 
John Hom, Sue Grimmond, Dan Golub, Brian Offerle, Dave Nowak, Gordon Heisler, Rich Pouyat, and Wayne Zipperer
 
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The effect of urban hydrology on plant species
 
Grace S. Brush
 
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The Relationship between Recreation and Environmental Perception and Behavioral Intentions in the Gwynns Falls Watershed, Baltimore, Maryland
 
Grove, J.M, Burch, W.R., Jr., Wilson, M., Walker, L. Amanda
 
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Urban Land Use Effects on Soil Characteristics in the City of Baltimore
 
R.V. Pouyat, I. Yesilonis, and J. Russell-Anelli
 
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Urban Neighborhood Parks: A locus for cross-site, interdisciplinary research
 
Paige Warren
 
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Urbanization and Public Health: A Spatial Study of Infant Mortality and Land Use in 1880 Baltimore
 
Sarah E. Hinman
 
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Youth, educator, gardener partnerships for teaching and learning: The Garden Mosaics project.
 
Alan R. Berkowitz, IES, Mary Cox, P&P
 
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