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Cagle FR.  1944.  Home range, homing behavior, and migration in turtles. Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology of the University of Michigan. 61:34pp..
Case AL, Curtis PS, Snow AA.  1998.  Heritable variation in stomatal responses to elevated CO2 in wild radish, Raphanus raphanistrum (Brassicaceae). American Journal of Botany. 85(2):253-258.
Clampitt PT.  1975.  How fast is a snail's pace? Active and passive dispersal of Physa integra in Douglas Lake, Michigan Malacological Review. 8:121.
Cort WWalter.  1917.  Homologies of the excretory system of the forked-tailed cercariae. Journal of Parasitology. 4:49-57.
Creaser CW, Brown HW.  1927.  The hydrogen-ion concentration of brook trout waters of northern lower Michigan. Ecology. 8:98-105.
Crumsey JM, Le Moine JM, Vogel CS, Nadelhoffer KJ.  2014.  Historical patterns of exotic earthworm distributions inform contemporary associations with soil physical and chemical factors across a northern temperate forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 68:503-514.
Crumsey JM, Le Moine JM, Vogel CS, Nadelhoffer KJ.  2014.  Historical patterns of exotic earthworm distributions inform contemporary associations with soil physical and chemical factors across a northern temperate forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 68:503-514.
Curtis JD, Lersten NR.  1978.  Heterophylly in Populus grandidentata (Salicaceae) with emphasis on resin glands and extrafloral nectaries. American Journal of Botany. 65:1003-1010.
Cuthbert FJean, Powell ANeva.  1992.  Habitaat and reproductive success of piping plover nesting on Great Lakes islands. The Wilson Bulletin. 104(1):155-161.
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Eggleton FE, Davis GM.  1961.  Hinge-tooth reversals in populations of Ohio Sphaeriidae. American Malacological Union Annual Report. :19-20.
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Gannon JEdward.  1975.  Horizontal distribution of crustacean zooplankton along a cross-lake transect in Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 1:79-91.
Gates FC.  1950.  Hat Island, Lake Michigan: Its revegetation after bombing. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 53:217-228.
Gates DM.  2010.  A History of the University of Michigan Biological Station 1909 - 2009. :1-89.
Gates FC.  1929.  Heat and the flowering of Utricularia resupinata. Ecology. 10:353-354.
Gates DM.  2010.  A History of the University of Michigan Biological Station. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :1-14.
Grout A.J.  1935.  Hygrohypnum nicholsii n. sp. The Bryologist. 38:10.
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Hendricks SPatricia, White DS.  1988.  Hummocking by lotic Chara: observations on alterations of hyporheic temperature patterns. Aquatic Botany. 31:13-22.
Herron S.  2010.  Human History. The changing environment of northern Michigan: a century of science and nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :15-24.
Hoffmann CH.  1932.  Hymenopterous parasites from the eggs of aquatic and semi-aquatic insects. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 5:33-37.
Hook TO, Eagan NM, Webb PW.  2001.  Habitat and human influences on larval fish assemblages in Northern Lake Huron coastal marsh bays. Wetlands. 21(2):281-291.