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Book Chapter
Cooper AW.  1981.  Above-ground biomass accumulation and net primary production during the first 70 years of succession in Populus grandidentata stands on poor sites in northern lower Michigan. Forest Succession: Concepts and Applications. :339-360.
Jolls CL.  1985.  Changes in the upland forests of the Douglas Lake region over the past 75 years. The University of Michigan Biological Station 1909 - 1983. :59-67.
R. Stevenson J.  1995.  Community dynamics and differential species performance of benthic diatoms along a nitrate gradient. A Century of Diatom Research in North America. A Tribute to the distinguished careers of Charles W. Reimer and Ruth Patrick. :29-46.
Journal Article
Scheiner SM, Teeri JA.  1981.  A 53-year record of forest succession following fire in northern lower Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 20:3-14.
Jurik TW, Briggs GM, Gates DM.  1988.  Aboveground biomass and production from 1938 to 1984 for four aspen plots in northern lower Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 27:43-54.
Jurik TW, Gates DM.  1983.  Albedo following fire in a northern hardwood forest. Journal of Climate and Applied Meteorology. 22:1733-1737.
Fairchild GWinfield, Lowe RL.  1984.  Artificial substrates which release nutrients: effects on periphyton and invertebrate succession. Hydrobiologia. 114:29-37.
Phillips EAllen.  1951.  The associations of bark-inhabiting bryophytes in Michigan. Ecological Monographs. 21:301-316.
Schaetzl RJ.  1994.  Changes in O horizon mass, thickness and carbon content following fire in northern hardwood forests. Vegetatio. 115:41-50.
Voss EG.  1965.  Comparative revegetation of denuded areas in northern Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 50:139-160.
Gough CM, Vogel CS, Schmid HPeter, Curtis PS.  2008.  Controls on annual forest carbon storage: lessons from the past and predictions for the future. BioScience. 58(7):609-622.
Jr. JCairns.  1979.  Ecological considerations in reclaiming surface mined lands. Minerals and the Environment. 1(3):83-89.
Tuchman NCrandall, R. Stevenson J.  1991.  Effects of selective grazing by snails on benthic algal succession. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 10(4):430-443.
Gates FC.  1926.  Evaporation in the Scirpus validus and S. americanus associations. Botanical Gazette. 81:95-102.
Pratt JR, Jr. JCairns.  1983.  Export of species from sources of differing maturities. Association of Southeastern Biologists Bulletin. 30:78(Abstr.
Pratt JR, Jr. JCairns.  1985.  Export of species to islands from sources of differing maturity. Hydrobiologia. 121:103-109.
Curtis PS, Gough CM.  2018.  Forest aging, disturbance and the carbon cycle. New Phytologist. 11520893601651821063897135849211621871824561134551414214063216481771017273619659947400305
Roberts MRichard, Richardson CJ.  1985.  Forty-one years of population change and community succession in aspen forests on four soils types, northern lower Michigan, U.S.A. Canadian Journal of Botany. 63:1641-1651.
Biggs BJF, R. Stevenson J, Lowe RL.  1998.  A habitat matrix conceptual model for stream periphyton. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie. 143(1):21-56.
Gates FC.  1925.  Memerarch and feralarch, two additional terms in ecology. Science. 51:260.
Porter CL, Woollett ML.  1929.  Minor successions from the Cladonia mat in sandy upland soil in northern Michigan. Torreya. 29:133-134.
Stoermer EF.  1977.  Post-Pleistocene diatom succession in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Journal of Phycology. 13:73-80.
Roberts MRichard, Hruska AJ.  1986.  Predicting diameter distributions: a test of the stationary Markov model. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 16:130-135.
Lichter JPaul.  1998.  Primary succession and forest development on coastal Lake Michigan sand dunes. Ecological Monographs. 68(4):487-510.
Kuhn DL, Plafkin JL, Jr. JCairns, Lowe RL.  1981.  Qualitative characterization of aquatic environments using diatom life-form strategies. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 100(2):165-182.
Jurik TW.  1986.  Seasonal patterns of leaf photosynthetic capacity in successional northern hardwood tree species. American Journal of Botany. 73:131-138.
Scheiner SM.  1987.  Size and fecundity hierarchies in an herbaceous perennial. Oecologia. 74:128-132.
Jurik TW, Briggs GM, Gates DM.  1991.  Soil respiration of five aspen stands in northern lower Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 126:68-75.
Miller AR, Lowe RL, Rotenberry JT.  1987.  Succession of diatom communities on sand grains. Journal of Ecology. 75:693-709.
Sakai AK, Roberts MRichard, Jolls CL.  1985.  Successional changes in a mature aspen forest in northern lower Michigan: 1974-1981. The American Midlands Naturalist. 113:271-282.
Gough CM, Vogel CS, Hardiman B, Curtis PS.  2010.  Wood net primary production resilience in an unmanaged forest transitioning from early to middle succession. Forest Ecology and Management. 260(1):36-41.
Miscellaneous
Arnaud LDeLoughary.  1991.  Colonial Point. Summer