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Arnaud LDeLoughary.  1991.  Colonial Point. Summer
Journal Article
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.
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.
Miller AR, Lowe RL, Rotenberry JT.  1987.  Succession of diatom communities on sand grains. Journal of Ecology. 75:693-709.
Jurik TW, Briggs GM, Gates DM.  1991.  Soil respiration of five aspen stands in northern lower Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 126:68-75.
Scheiner SM.  1987.  Size and fecundity hierarchies in an herbaceous perennial. Oecologia. 74:128-132.
Jurik TW.  1986.  Seasonal patterns of leaf photosynthetic capacity in successional northern hardwood tree species. American Journal of Botany. 73:131-138.
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.
Lichter JPaul.  1998.  Primary succession and forest development on coastal Lake Michigan sand dunes. Ecological Monographs. 68(4):487-510.
Roberts MRichard, Hruska AJ.  1986.  Predicting diameter distributions: a test of the stationary Markov model. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 16:130-135.
Stoermer EF.  1977.  Post-Pleistocene diatom succession in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Journal of Phycology. 13:73-80.
Porter CL, Woollett ML.  1929.  Minor successions from the Cladonia mat in sandy upland soil in northern Michigan. Torreya. 29:133-134.
Gates FC.  1925.  Memerarch and feralarch, two additional terms in ecology. Science. 51:260.
Biggs BJF, R. Stevenson J, Lowe RL.  1998.  A habitat matrix conceptual model for stream periphyton. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie. 143(1):21-56.
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.
Curtis PS, Gough CM.  2018.  Forest aging, disturbance and the carbon cycle. New Phytologist. 11520893601651821063897135849211621871824561134551414214063216481771017273619659947400305
Pratt JR, Jr. JCairns.  1985.  Export of species to islands from sources of differing maturity. Hydrobiologia. 121:103-109.
Pratt JR, Jr. JCairns.  1983.  Export of species from sources of differing maturities. Association of Southeastern Biologists Bulletin. 30:78(Abstr.
Gates FC.  1926.  Evaporation in the Scirpus validus and S. americanus associations. Botanical Gazette. 81:95-102.
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.
Jr. JCairns.  1979.  Ecological considerations in reclaiming surface mined lands. Minerals and the Environment. 1(3):83-89.
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.
Voss EG.  1965.  Comparative revegetation of denuded areas in northern Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 50:139-160.
Schaetzl RJ.  1994.  Changes in O horizon mass, thickness and carbon content following fire in northern hardwood forests. Vegetatio. 115:41-50.
Phillips EAllen.  1951.  The associations of bark-inhabiting bryophytes in Michigan. Ecological Monographs. 21:301-316.
Fairchild GWinfield, Lowe RL.  1984.  Artificial substrates which release nutrients: effects on periphyton and invertebrate succession. Hydrobiologia. 114:29-37.
Jurik TW, Gates DM.  1983.  Albedo following fire in a northern hardwood forest. Journal of Climate and Applied Meteorology. 22:1733-1737.
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.
Scheiner SM, Teeri JA.  1981.  A 53-year record of forest succession following fire in northern lower Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 20:3-14.
Book Chapter
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.
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.
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.