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Quantifying canopy complexity and effects on productivity and resilience in late-successional hemlock–hardwood forests. Ecological Applications. 25(3):834-847.. 2015.
Quantification of biogenic volatile organic compounds with a flame ionization detector using the effective carbon number concept. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 5(8):1911-1923.. 2012.
Quantitative determination of biogenic volatile organic compounds in the atmosphere using proton-transfer reaction linear ion trap mass spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry. 82(19):7952-7957.. 2010.
A quantitative study of biogenic volatile organic compounds using proton transfer reaction linear ion trap mass spectrometry. Department of Chemistry. Doctor of Philosophy:250pp... 2009.
Quantitative and experimental studies of the systematics of Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (Ericaceae) in North America. Doctor of Philosophy:362pp... 1983.
The quantity and quality of nutrient cations in some Michigan spodosols. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 133:383-389.. 1982.
Qualitative characterization of aquatic environments using diatom life-form strategies. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 100(2):165-182.. 1981.
Qualitative differences in protozoan colonization of artificial substrates. Hydrobiologia. 51:233-237.. 1976.
Quantitative studies on populations of biting midge larvae in saturated soil from two types of Michigan bogs (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). Journal of Parasitology. 46:565-566.. 1960.
Quantitative estimations of plankton from small samples of Sedgewick-Rafter-cell mounts of concentrate samples. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 68:185-199.. 1949.
A quarter century (1912-1936) of meteorological data, Douglas Lake, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 23:551-562.. 1938.