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2010
Voss EG.  2010.  Terrestrial Vascular Plants. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :61-68.
Keller TAllen, Hazlett BA.  2010.  Thermal preferences and distribution of Northern Michigan crayfishes. Northeastern Naturalist. 17(4):615-628.
Farrer EC, Goldberg DE, King AA.  2010.  Time Lags and the Balance of Positive and Negative Interactions in Driving Grassland Community Dynamics. The American Naturalist. 175(2):160-173.
2008
Pregitzer KS.  2008.  Tree root architecture - form and function. New Phytologist. 180(3):562-564.
1990
Burch JB, Pearce TAllen.  1990.  Terrestrial Gastropoda. Soil Biology Guide. :201-309.
1987
White DS, Elzinga CH, Hendricks SPatricia.  1987.  Temperature patterns within the hyporheic zone of a northern Michigan river. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 6:85-91.
Burch JB, Jung Y.  1987.  Terrestrial mollusks of the northern lower peninsula, Michigan, U.S.A. Silver Jubilee Souvenir, Centre of Advanced Study in Marine Biology. :75-113.
Jolls CL.  1987.  Thoughts on gynodioecy and the success of progeny of self- and cross-fertilized Silene vulgaris. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 103(4):149(Abstr.
1984
Rice CP, Evans MS.  1984.  Toxaphene in the Great Lakes. Toxic Contaminants in the Great Lakes. :163-194.
1975
Galbreath JE.  1975.  Thoracic polymorphism in Mesovelia mulsanti (Hemiptera: Mesoveliidae). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 50(10):457-482.
1973
Jr. JCairns, Sparks R.E, Waller WT.  1973.  A tentative proposal for a rapid in-plant biological monitoring system. Biological Methods for the Assessment of Water Quality. Special Technical Publication 528:127-147of256pp..
1967
Crum HA, Miller NG.  1967.  Three propaguliferous Pohlias from Michigan. The Bryologist. 70:118-119.
Miller PC, Gates DM.  1967.  Transpiration resistance of plants. The American Midlands Naturalist. 77:77-85.
1966
Gates DM.  1966.  Transpiration and energy exchange. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 41:353-364.
Voss EG.  1966.  Two kinds of beauties. 14(1):7-8.
1963
Jr. JLTate.  1963.  Tree Swallow nesting in Martin colony. The Wilson Bulletin. 75:278.
1961
Kormondy EJ.  1961.  Territoriality and dispersal in dragonflies (Odonata). Journal of the New York Entomological Society. 69:42-52.
De Byle NValentine.  1961.  Tracing and evaluating functional root connections among stems within aspen clones. Doctor of Philosophy:269pp..
Koch WJ.  1961.  Types of fungus motile cells. Association of Southeastern Biologists Bulletin. 8:32.
1955
Kern H.  1955.  Taxonomic studies in the genus Leucostoma. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 40:9-22.
Cook DR.  1955.  Two new genera of Hydracarina from a spring in northern Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 53:412-418.
Williams RW.  1955.  Two new species of Culicoides from Chegoygan County, Michigan (Diptera, Heleidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. 57(6):269-274.
1950
MacQueen PMuirhead.  1950.  Territory and song in the Least Flycatcher. The Wilson Bulletin. 62(4):194-205.
1942
Ameel DJ.  1942.  Two larval cestodes from the muskrat. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 61:267-271.
1941
Olivier L.  1941.  Three new species of strigeid cercariae from the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 60:45-52.
1939
Drum M.  1939.  Territorial studies on the Eastern Goldfinch. The Wilson Bulletin. 51(2):69-77.
1936
La Rue CD.  1936.  Tissue culture of spermatophytes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 21:201-209.
1932
Old MC.  1932.  Taxonomy and distribution of the fresh-water sponges (Spongillidae) of Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:439-476.
1923
Blanchard FNelson.  1923.  The tiger beetles (Cicindelidae) of Cheboygan and Emmet Counties, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 1:396-417.