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Scott Bailey

USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station

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List of Projects

Project Role Start End
Long-term Soil MonitoringProject Lead/Principal Investigator 2002-01-01 Ongoing
Cross-site Study of Soil Nitrification and Stream Nitrate ExportParticipant 2001-09-01 2002-12-01
Tracing Nitrogen in Northern Forest SoilsParticipant 2014-01-01 Ongoing
Development of a Regional, On-line Soil DatabaseProject Lead/Principal Investigator 2008-01-01 Ongoing
Nutrient vs. Toxic Elements in Forest Soils and Their Impact on Forest HealthProject Lead/Principal Investigator 2003-01-01 Ongoing


Name Date Authors Type
Establishment of Long-term Soil Monitoring Plots at Mount Mansfield and Lye Brook: Progress Report2001Thomas Villars, Scott BaileyReport
Sugar maple growth in relation to nutrition and stress in the northeastern United States1969Scott Bailey, Robert Long, Richard Hallett, Stephen HorsleyPublication
Influence of edaphic factors on sugar maple nutrition and health on the Allegheny Plateau1969Scott Bailey, Robert Long, Richard Hallett, Stephen HorsleyPublication
Effects of Acidic Deposition and Soil Acidification on Sugar Maple Trees in the Adirondack Mountains, New York1969Scott Bailey, Kathleen Weathers, Greg Lawrence, Colin Beier, Daniel BishopPublication
Influence of nutrition and stress on sugar maple at a regional scale1969Scott Bailey, Robert Long, Richard Hallett, Stephen HorsleyPublication
Measuring environmental change in forest ecosystems by repeated soil sampling: a North American perspective1969Scott Bailey, Donald Ross, Dr. Ivan Fernandez, Greg LawrencePublication