The cross sections for the reactions O18(d, α)N16 and N15(d, p)N16 have been determined and the excitation functions obtained for deuteron bombarding energies of 0.30 to 3.00 Mev. At a bombarding energy of 1.16 Mev, the O18(d, α)N16 cross section is 44 mb, and the N15(d, p)N16 cross section is 280 mb. Resonances in the O18(d, α)N16 excitation function occur at values which correspond to excited levels in F20 at 13.69, 13.91, 14.27, and 14.94 Mev. The rapidly rising smooth excitation curve for the reaction N15(d, p)N16 indicates a barrier penetration with some evidence for weak resonances corresponding to excited states in O17 at 15.18 Mev and 15.69 Mev. Attempts were made to detect the reaction C14(d, γ)N16 it was possible to set only an upper limit of 0.1 mb on the cross section for this reaction at a bombarding energy of 1.16 Mev. Scintillation spectrometry of the N16 decay shows the ratio of the intensities of the 6.133 and 7.10 Mev γ-rays to be 1:0.81.