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  1. Austin, S.H., and Wiegand, U., 2009, Annual maximum stages and discharges of selected streams in Virginia through 2007: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2009-1007, 733 p. (available only online).
  2. Battaglin, W.A., Rice, K.C., Focazio, M.J., Salmons, S., and Barry, R., 2009, The occurrence of glyphosate and other pesticides in vernal pools and adjacent streams in Wyoming, Iowa, and Washington D.C.: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, vol. 155, 1, p. 281-DOI 10.1007/s10661-008-0435-y
  3. Belval, D.L., Woodside, M.D., and Campbell, J.P., 1994, Relation of stream quality to streamflow, and estimated loads of selected water-quality constituents in the James and Rappahannock Rivers near the Fall Line of Virginia, July 1988 through 1990: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 94-4042, 85 p.
  4. Belval, D.L., and Seivard, L.D., 1993, National Water Summary 1990­91-Hydrologic Events and Stream Water Quality: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2400, p. 531-­538.
  5. Bisese, J.A., 1995, Methods for estimating peak discharges of rural, unregulated streams in Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 94-4148. 70 p.
  6. Bricker, O.P. and Rice, K.C., 1989, Acidic deposition to streams: A geology-based method predicts their sensitivity: Environmental Science & Technology, vol. 23, no. 4, p. 379-385.
  7. Carpenter, D.H., 1985, Cost-effectiveness of the Federal stream-gaging program in Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 85-4345, 72 p.
  8. Deviney, F.A., Jr., Rice, K.C., and Hornberger, G.M., 2006, Time series and recurrence interval models to predict the vulnerability of streams to episodic acidification in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia: Water Resources Research, 42, W09405, doi:10.1029/2005WR004740.
  9. Ebner, D.B., Cherry, D.S., and Currie, R.J., 2004, Water and Streambed Sediment Quality, and Ecotoxicology of a Stream along the Blue Ridge Parkway, Adjacent to a Closed Landfill, near Roanoke, Virginia: 1999: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4116, 55 p.
  10. Focazio, M.J., Woodside, M.D., and Cooper, R.E., 1993, Effects of wetlands on water quality downstream from an urbanized area in Virginia [abs.]: Joint meeting of The American Society of Limnology and Oceanography and The Society of Wetland Scientists: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 1993.
  11. Grant, E.H.C., Jung, R.E., and Rice, K.C., 2005, Stream salamander species richness and abundance in relation to environmental factors in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia: American Midland Naturalist, v. 153, p. 348-356. [ABSTRACT]
  12. Hayes, D.C., 1989, Low-flow characteristics of streams in Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2374, 69 p.
  13. Hayes, D.C., and Nelms, D.L., 2001, Base-flow characteristics of streams in the Valley and Ridge, Blue Ridge, and Piedmont physiographic provinces of Virginia and other mid-Atlantic States [abs.],in U.S. Geological Survey Appalachian Region integrated science workshop proceedings, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, October 22-26, 2001: U. S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 01-406, p. 87-88.
  14. Hayes, D.C., and Wiegand, U., 2006, Drainage areas of selected streams in Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2006-1308, 51 p.
  15. Hyer, K., E., Moyer, D.L., and Baldwin, T.L., Bacteria source tracking to improve TMDL development in bacteria-impaired streams: Emerging Issues Associated with Aquatic Environmental Pathogens [PDF file-2.7MB], September 5-7, 2001. Ft. Meade, Maryland.
  16. Hyer, K.E., 2007, Escherichia coli Concentration in Recreational Streams and Backcountry Drinking-Water Supplies in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, 2005-2006: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2007-5160, 18 p.
  17. Hyer, K.E., and Moyer, D.L., 2001, Bacteria source tracking to improve TMDL development in bacteria-impaired streams [abs.], in Abstracts, Virginia Water Research Symposium 2001: Virginia Water Resources research Center Special Report SR21-2001, p. 26.
  18. Hyer, K.E., and Moyer, D.L., 2003, Patterns and sources of fecal coliform bacteria in three streams in Virginia, 1999-2000: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4115, 76 p.
  19. Jastram, J.D., Moyer, D.L., and Hyer, K.E., 2009, A comparison of turbidity-based and streamflow-based estimates of suspended-sediment concentrations in three Chesapeake Bay tributaries: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5165, 37 p.
  20. Keaton, J.N., Messinger, Terence, and Doheny, E.J., 2005, Development and analysis of regional curves for streams in the non-urban Valley and Ridge Physiographic Province, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5076, 109 p.
  21. Krstolic, J.L., Hayes, D.C., and Ruhl, P.M., 2006, Physical Habitat Classification and Instream Flow Modeling to Determine Habitat Availability During Low-Flow Periods, North Fork Shenandoah River, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5025, 63 p.
  22. Krstolic, J.L., and Chaplin, J.J., 2007, Bankfull regional curves for streams in the non-urban, non-tidal Coastal Plain Physiographic Province, Virginia and Maryland: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2007-5162, 48 p.
  23. Langland, M.J., 2007, Streamflow, nutrient and sediment concentrations and loads, and water-quality change is selected nontidal basins in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, 1985-2006: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 2007-1372.
  24. Langland, M.J., Raffensperger, J.P., Moyer, D.L., Landwehr, J.M., and Schwarz, G.E., 2006, Changes in Streamflow and Water Quality in Selected Nontidal Basins in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, 1985-2004: U.S.Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5178, 75 p., plus appendices(on CD).
  25. Langland, M.J., Raffensperger, J.P., and Moyer, D.L., 2004, Changes in Streamflow and Water Quality in Selected Nontidal Sites in the Chesapeake Bay Basin, 1985-2003: U.S.Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2004-5259, 50 p.
  26. Larson, J.D., 1978, Chemical composition of streams during low flow-Fairfax County, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 78-719, 31 p. OUT OF STOCK.
  27. Lindsey, B.D., Phillips, S.W., Donnelly, C.A., Speiran, G.K., Plummer, L.N., Bohlke, J.K., Focazio, M.J., Burton, W.C., and Busenberg, Eurybiades, 2003, Residence times and nitrate transport in ground water discharging to streams in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4035, 201 p.
  28. Lotspeich, R.R., 2009,Regional curves of bankfull channel geometry for non-urban streams in the Piedmont Physiographic Province, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5206, 51 p.
  29. Lynch, D.D., Nuckels, E.H., and Zenone, Chester, 1987, Low-flow characteristics and chemical quality of streams in the Culpeper geologic basin, Virginia and Maryland: U.S. Geological Survey I­1313­H, 2 sheets, scale 1:125,000.
  30. Lynch, D.D., and Dise, N.B., 1985, Sensitivity of stream basins in Shenandoah National Park to acid deposition: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 85-4115, 61 p. OUT OF STOCK.
  31. Martucci, S.K., Krstolic, J.L., Raffensperger, J.P., and Hopkins, K.J., 2005, Development of Land Segmentation, Stream-Reach Network, and Watersheds in Support of Hydrological Simulation Program-Fortran (HSPF) Modeling, Chesapeake Bay Watershed, and Adjacent Parts of Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5073, 24 p.
  32. Miller, E.M., 1977, Annual maximum stages and discharges of Virginia streams: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 77-720, 250 p.
  33. Moberg, R.M., Powell, E.D., and Rice, K.C., 1995 (revised, 2002), Measuring streamflow in Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 95-713, pamphlet.
  34. Mohler, E.H., Jr., 1977, Map showing drainage basins and locations of streamflow-measuring sites, Fairfax County, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 77-270, 1 sheet, scale 1:48,000. OUT OF STOCK.
  35. Mohler, E.H., Jr., and Hagan, G.F., 1981, Low flow of streams in Fairfax County, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 81-63, 30 p.
  36. Moyer, D.L., and Bennett, M.R., 2007, Development of relations of stream stage to channel geometry and discharge for stream segments simulated with Hydrologic Simulation Program-Fortran (HSPF), Chesapeake Bay Watershed and adjacent parts of Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2007-5135, 83 p.
  37. Nelms, D.L., Harlow, G.E., Jr., and Hayes, D.C., 1997, Base-flow characteristics of streams in the Valley and Ridge, the Blue Ridge, and the Piedmont Physiographic Provinces of Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2457, 48 p., 1 pl.
  38. Nuckels, E.H., 1970, Virginia streamflow data program analysis: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 54 p. OUT OF STOCK.
  39. O'Brien, A.K., Rice, K.C., Bricker, O.P., Kennedy, M.M., and Anderson, R.T., 1997, Use of geochemical mass balance modelling to evaluate the role of weathering in determining stream chemistry in five mid-Atlantic watersheds on different lithologies: Hydrological Processes, vol. 11, p. 719-744.
  40. O'Brien, A.K., Rice, K.C., Kennedy, M.M., and Bricker, O.P., 1993, Comparison of episodic acidification of Mid-Atlantic upland and Coastal Plain streams: Water Resources Research, vol. 29, no. 9, p. 3029-3039.
  41. Pluhowski, E.J., 1972, Clear-cutting and its effect on the water temperature of a small stream in northern Virginia, in Geological Survey Research 1972, chap. C: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 800­C, p. C257-­C262.
  42. Pluhowski, E.J., 1972, Unusual temperature variations in two small streams in northern Virginia, in Geological Survey Research 1972, chap. B: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 800­B, p. B225-­B258.
  43. Plummer, L. N., Busenberg, E., Bohlke, J-K., Carmody, R.W., Casile, G.C., Coplen, T.B., Doughten, M.W., Hannon, J.E., Kirkland, W., Michel, R.L., Nelms, D.L., Norton, B.C., Plummer, K.E., Qi, H., Revesz, K., Schlosser, P., Spitzer, S., Wayland, J.E., and Widman, P.K., 2000, Chemical and isotopic composition of water from springs, wells, and streams in parts of Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, and vicinity, 1995-1999: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 00-373, 70 p.
  44. Powell, J.D., 1988, Origin and influence of coal mine drainage on streams of the United States: Environmental Geology Water Science, v. 11, no. 2, p. 141­152.
  45. Prugh, B.J., Jr., Nuckels, E.H., and Humphrey, C.G., 1991, Annual maximum stages and discharges of selected streams in Virginia through 1990: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 90-587, 442 p.
  46. Prugh, B.J., Jr., and Humphrey, C.G., 1993, Compilation of surface-water and water-quality data-collection sites on selected streams in Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 93-462, 645 p.
  47. Rice, K.C., 1999, Trace-element concentrations in streambed sediment across the conterminous United States: Environmental Science and Technology, v. 33, no. 15, p. 2499-2504. [Abstract.]
  48. Rice, K.C., Chanat, J.G., Hornberger, G.M., and Webb, J.R., 2001, Hydrological and geochemical controls on episodic acidification of streams in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia [abs.], in Abstracts, Virginia Water Research Symposium 2001: Virginia Water Resources Research Center Special Report SR21-2001, p. 29.
  49. Rice, K.C., Deviney, F.A., Hornberger, G.M., and Webb, J.R., 2005, Predicting the Vulnerability of Streams to Episodic Acidification and Potential Effects on Aquatic Biota in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5259, 154 p.
  50. Rice, K.C., Deviney, Jr., F.A., and Hornberger, G.M., 2006, Time series and recurrence interval models to predict the vulnerability of streams to episodic acidification in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia: AGU Spring Meeting, May 22-25, 2006, Baltimore, Md.
  51. Rice, K.C., Deviney, Jr., F.A., and Hornberger, G.M., 2006, Time series and recurrence interval models to predict the vulnerability of streams to episodic acidification in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia: GSA Abstracts with Programs Vol. 38, No. 7; Philadelphia, Pa.
  52. Rice, K.C., Hornberger, G.M., and Webb, R.J., 2000, Episodic variation of acid-neutralizing capacity in streamwater at Paine Run, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia [abs.], American Geophysical Union 2000 Spring Meeting, Washington, D.C.: published as a supplement to EOS Transactions, May 9, 2000, p. S259.
  53. Rice, K.C., Raffensperger, J.P. and Webb, R.J., 1999, Hydrological and geochemical controls on episodic acidification of streams in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia--Development and testing of a predictive model [abs.]: Virginia Water Research Symposium, November 15, 1999, Richmond, Va.
  54. Rice, K.C. and Bricker, O.P., 1991, Geology-based method of assessing sensitivity of streams to acidic deposition in Charles and Anne Arundel Counties, Maryland: Chesapeake Bay Research and Monitoring Division, Tidewater Administration, Maryland Department of Natural Resources, CBRM-AD-91-15, 15 p. and 2 plates.
  55. Rice, K.C. and Bricker, O.P., 1992, Acid rain and its effect on streamwater quality on Catoctin Mountain, Maryland: USGS Open-File Report 92-168, Water Fact Sheet, 2 p.
  56. Rice, K.C. and Bricker, O.P., 1992, Acid rain-induced changes in streamwater quality during storms on Catoctin Mountain, Maryland: USGS Open-File Report 92-649, Water Fact Sheet, 2 p.
  57. Rice, K.C., and Bricker, O.P., 1995, Relation of streamwater chemistry to hydrologic and geochemical controls in four small forested watersheds on Catoctin Mountain in North-Central Maryland [abs.]: American Geophysical Union Conference, 1995, Fall Meeting, in EOS Transactions, San Francisco, Ca., Nov. 1995.
  58. Rice, K.C. and Bricker, O.P., 1995, Seasonal cycles in streamwater quality on Catoctin Mountain, Maryland: USGS FS-136-95, 2 p.
  59. Rice, K.C. and Bricker, O.P., 1995, Seasonal cycles of dissolved constituents in streamwater in two forested catchments in the mid-Atlantic region of the eastern U.S.A.: Journal of Hydrology, vol. 170, p. 137-158.
  60. Riggs, H.C., 1965, Effect of land use on the low flow of streams in Rappahannock County, Virginia, in Geological Survey Research 1965, chap. C: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 525­C, p. C196-­C198.
  61. Rutledge, A.T., and Mesko, T.O., 1996, Estimated hydrologic characteristics of shallow aquifer systems in the Valley and Ridge, the Blue Ridge, and the Piedmont Physiographic Provinces based on analysis of streamflow recession and base flow: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1422-B, 58 p.
  62. Webb, J.R., and Rice, K.C., 2007, Mystery solved: White deposit on streambeds proves to be diatoms: Shenandoah National Park Resource Management Newsletter, spring 2007, 2 p.
  63. Woodside, M.D. 1995, Nutrients and pesticides in streams draining agricultural and forested basins in the Albemarle-Pamlico drainage basin, North Carolina and Virginia [abs.]: American Geophysical Union Conference, 1995, Fall Meeting, in EOS Transaction, San Francisco, Ca., Nov. 1995.
  64. Woodside, M.D., and Simerl, B.R., 1996, Water-quality assessment of the Albemarle-Pamlico Basin, North Carolina and Virginia-Chemical analyses of organic compounds and inorganic constituents in streambed sediment, 1992-93: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 96-103, 25 p.
  65. Zappia, Humbert and Hayes, D.C., 1998, A demonstration of the instream flow incremental methodology, Shenandoah River, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 98-4157, 24 p.