F. Herbert Bormann

1966-1992 Forestry and Environmental Studies Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Forest Ecology
"Frederick Herbert Bormann"

(1922 - 2012)
DOI: 10.2307/1948624


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Bormann BT, Keller CK, Wang D, et al. (2002) Lessons from the sandbox: Is unexplained nitrogen real? Ecosystems. 5: 727-733
Gill DS, Amthor JS, Bormann FH. (1998) Leaf phenology, photosynthesis, and the persistence of saplings and shrubs in a mature northern hardwood forest. Tree Physiology. 18: 281-289
Bormann BT, Wang D, Bormann FH, et al. (1998) Rapid, plant-induced weathering in an aggrading experimental ecosystem Biogeochemistry. 43: 129-155
Bormann FH. (1996) Ecology: A personal history Annual Review of Energy and the Environment. 21: 1-29
Wang EX, Bormann FH, Benoit G. (1995) Evidence of complete retention of atmospheric lead in the soils of northern hardwood forested eccosystems Environmental Science & Technology. 29: 735-739
Siccama TG, Hamburg SP, Arthur MA, et al. (1994) Corrections to allometric equations and plant tissue chemistry for Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest Ecology. 75: 246-248
Wang Deane, Snyder MC, Bormann FH. (1993) Potential errors in measuring nitrogen content of soils low in nitrogen Soil Science Society of America Journal. 57: 1533-1536
Bormann FH, Smith KR, Bormann BT. (1991) Earth to hearth: A microcomputer model for comparing biofuel systems Biomass and Bioenergy. 1: 17-34
Wang D, Bormann FH, Lugo AE, et al. (1991) Comparison of nutrient-use efficiency and biomass production in five tropical tree taxa Forest Ecology and Management. 46: 1-21
Duggin JA, Voigt GK, Bormann FH. (1991) Autotrophic and heterotrophic nitrification in response to clear-cutting northern hardwood forest Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 23: 779-787
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