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  1. Belval, D.L., and Zynjuk, L.D., 1994, Comparison of nutrient loadings among major tributaries to the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland and Virginia [abs.]: 1994 Chesapeake Research Conference, June 1­3, 1994, Norfolk Waterside Marriott Hotel, Va.
  2. Briel, L.I., 1993, Documentation of a multiple-technique computer program for plotting major-ion composition of natural waters: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 93-74, 88 p. OUT OF STOCK.
  3. Church, T.M., Scudlark, J.R., Conko, K.M., Bricker, O.P., and Rice, K.C., 1998, Transmission of atmospherically deposited trace elements through an undeveloped, forested Maryland watershed: Maryland Department of Natural Resources Chesapeake Bay Research and Monitoring Division, CBWP-MANTA-AD-98-2, 87 p.
  4. Focazio, M.J., Plummer, L.N., Bohlke J.K., Busenberg, E., Bachman, L.J., and Powars, D.S., 1998, Preliminary estimates of residence times and apparent ages of ground water in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, and water-quality data from a survey of springs: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 97-4225, 75 p.
  5. García, A.M., 2009, Simulation of water quality in the Tull Creek and West Neck Creek watersheds, Currituck Sound basin, North Carolina and Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2008-5226, 22 p. (only online at http://pubs.water.usgs.gov/sir2008-5226).
  6. Glynn, P.D., Rice, K.C., and Baron, J.S., 2011, A brief history of, and future directions for, small watershed ecosystem studies: GSA Annual Meeting, Oct. 9-12, 2011
  7. Hamilton, P.A., 1988, Objectives of and approaches used in the ground-water-quality assessment of the Delmarva Peninsula [abs.], in Briefing papers of the Virginia Waters-Current Developments, 1988 Water Resources Research Forum, Richmond, Va., 1988, p. 48.
  8. Hancock, T.C., Denver, J.M., Riedel, G.F., Miller, C.V., 2001, Reconnaissance for Arsenic in a Poultry Dominated Chesapeake Bay Watershed -- Examination of Source, Transport, and Fate, [abs.], US EPA Workshop Managing Arsenic Risks to the Environment: Characterization of Waste, Chemistry, and Treatment and Disposal, May 1-3, 2001, Denver, Colorado.
  9. Hancock, T.C., Miller, C.V., Denver, J.M., Riedel, G.F., 2000,Fate and Transport of Arsenical Feed Amendments in Chesapeake Bay Watersheds, [abs.], Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 21st Annual Meeting, November 12-16, 2000, Nashville, Tenn.
  10. Harlow, G.E., Jr., Augenstein, T.W., Samsel, T.B., III, and Wilson, W.D., 1996, Geographic information system data base for the Elizabeth River watershed, Virginia [abs.], in Chesapeake Bay Symposium, Richmond, Va.: Virginia Journal of Science 46 (4), p. 264.
  11. Kendall, Carol, Mast, M.A., and Rice, K.C., 1992, Tracing watershed weathering reactions with 13C: Proceedings Volume of the 7th International Symposium on Water-Rock Interaction, Park City, Utah, 13-19 July 1992, p. 569-572.
  12. 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.
  13. Langland, M.J., Blomquist, J.D., Sprague, L.A., and Edwards, R.E., 2000, Trends and status of flow, nutrients, and sediments for selected nontidal sites in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, 1985-98: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 99-451, 46 p.
  14. 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).
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. McFarland, E.R., 1997, Limitation on recharge to Coastal Plain aquifers by river incision in the Fall Zone near Richmond, Virginia [abs.]: in Proceedings of the 10th Annual Virginia Water Conference '97--Combining Our Awareness of Watersheds and Lakes, Fredericksburg, Va., 1997.
  18. 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.
  19. Moyer, D.L., and Hyer, K.E., 2009, Continuous turbidity monitoring in the Indian Creek watershed, Tazewell County, Virginia, 2006-08: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5085, 42 p.
  20. Nelms, D.L., and Richardson, D.L., 1988, Geographic information system for the analysis of volatile organic contamination in the Triassic basin of Prince William County, Virginia [abs.], in Briefing papers of the Virginia Waters-Current Developments, 1988 Water Resources Research Forum, Richmond, Va., 1988, p. 22.
  21. 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.
  22. Rice, K.C., 2009, Forecasting effects of climate and land-use changes in the Chesapeake Bay watershed: USGS Chesapeake Bay Science Workshop, Oct. 27-28, 2009, NCTC, Shepherdstown, WV
  23. Rice, K.C., Kennedy, M.M., Carter, C.A., Anderson, R.T., and Bricker, O.P., 1996, Hydrologic and water-quality data for two small watersheds on Catoctin Mountain, north-central Maryland, 1987-93: USGS Open-File Report 95-151, 195 p.
  24. Rice, K.C., Maben, S.W., and Webb, J.R., Water-Quality Data of Soil Water from Three Watersheds, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, 1999-2000: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 01-236, 17 p. [PDF file-392 KB].
  25. Rice, K.C. and Bricker, O.P., 1993, Hydrologic, chemical, and isotopic characterization of two small watersheds on Catoctin Mountain, north-central Maryland, U.S.A.: Chemical Geology, vol.107, p. 319-321.
  26. 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.
  27. Richardson, D.L., and Bell, C.F., 1994, A method for estimating ground-water discharge from the Coastal Plain of Virginia: 1994 Chesapeake Research Conference, June 1­3, 1994, Norfolk Waterside Marriott Hotel, Proceedings.
  28. Rogers, S.M., 1977, A water-quality assessment of the Northeast Creek and Desper Creek watersheds, South Anna River basin, Louisa County, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 77-460, 38 p. OUT OF STOCK.
  29. Sanford, Samuel, 1910, Saline artesian waters of the Atlantic Coastal Plain, in Fuller, M.L., and others, Underground water papers: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 258, 123 p.
  30. Scott, A.G., 1984, Analysis of characteristics of simulated flows from small surface-mined and undisturbed Appalachian watersheds in the Tug Fork basin of Kentucky, Virginia, and West Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 84-4151, 169 p. OUT OF STOCK.
  31. Scudlark, J.R., Rice, K.C., Conko, K.M., Bricker, O.P., and Church, T.M., 2005, Transmission of atmospherically derived trace elements through an undeveloped, forested Maryland watershed: Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, v. 163, no. 1-4, p. 53-79, DOI: 10.1007/s11270-005-8135-5.
  32. Senus, M.P., Langland, M.J., and Moyer, D.L., 2005, Nutrient and sediment concentrations, loads, and trends for four nontidal tributaries in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, 1997-2001: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2004-5125, 33 p.
  33. Smith, B.S., 2003, Ground-water flow and saline water in the shallow aquifer system of the southern watersheds of Virginia Beach, Virginia: U. S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4258, 67 p.
  34. Speiran, G.K., 1994, Effects of sediment composition and land cover on nitrate concentrations and ground-water discharge to estuaries on the Eastern Shore, Virginia [abs.]: 1994 Chesapeake Research Conference, June 1­3, 1994, Norfolk Waterside Marriott Hotel, Va.
  35. Speiran, G.K., 2000, Dissolved organic carbon and disinfection by-product precursors in waters of the Chickahominy River Basin, Virginia, and implications for public supply: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 00-4175, 60 p. (Abstract.)
  36. Speiran, G.K., Hamilton, P.A., and Woodside, M.D., 1998, Natural processes for managing nitrate in ground water discharged to Chesapeake Bay and other surface waters-more than forested buffers: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 178-97.
  37. Sprague, L.A., and others, 2000, Factors affecting nutrient trends in major rivers of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 00-4218, 98 p.
  38. Vandervoort, C., 2007, The Status of Water Quality in the Rivers and Tributaries of the Shenandoah River Watershed: Friends of the Shenandoah River Report, 60 p.