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Whitaker E.S.  1911.  A vacation in northern Michigan. 77:806-807.
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Roberts MRichard.  1983.  Variability and mechanisms of secondary forest succession in the aspen ecosystems of northern lower Michigan. Doctor of Philosophy:250pp..
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Palik BJ, Pregitzer KS.  1995.  Variability in early height growth rate of forest trees: implications for retrospective studies of stand dynamics. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 25:767-776.
Schmid HPeter, Grimmond C.SB, Cropley F., Su H-B, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2000.  Variability of energy vapor and CO2 exchange over two midwestern deciduous forests. 24th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.
Rotenberry JT.  1990.  Variable floral phenology: temporal resource heterogeneity and its implication for flower visitors. Holarctic Ecology. 13:1-10.
Herms DA, Mattson WJ, Karowe DN, Coleman MD, Trier TM, Birr BA, Isebrands J.G.  1995.  Variable performance of outbreak defoliators on aspen clones exposed to elevated CO2 and O3. Proceedings of the 1995 Meeting of the Northern Global Change Program. USDA General Technical Report NE-214:1-14.
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MacDonald NW, Burton AJames, Jurgensen MF, McLaughlin JW, Mroz GD.  1991.  Variation in forest soil properties along a Great Lakes air pollution gradient. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 55:1709-1715.
Pregitzer KS, Laskowski MJ, Burton AJames, Lessard VC, Zak DR.  1998.  Variation in sugar maple root respiration with root diameter and soil depth. Tree Physiology. 18:665-670.
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Smith F.  1924.  Variation in the maximum depth at which fish can live during summer in a moderately deep lake with a thermocline. Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Fisheries. 41:1-7.
Kugel AR.  1958.  Variation in the Spiraea alba-latifolia complex. Doctor of Philosophy:124pp..
Koenig R.L.  1960.  Variation in tree size and quality of bigtooth aspen clones. School of Natural Resources. Master of Forestry:69pp..
Shetron SGeorge.  1969.  Variation of forest site productivity among soil taxonomic units in northern lower Michigan. School of Natural Resources. Doctor of Philosophy:176pp..
Weber JA, Tenhunen JD, Yocum CS, Gates DM.  1979.  Variation of photosynthesis in Elodea densa with pH and/or high CO2 concentrations. Photosynthetica. 13(4):454-458.
Cort WWalter, Ameel DJ, Hussey KL.  1957.  Variations in infections of Diplostomum flexicaudum (Cort and Brooks, 1928) in small intermediate hosts of different sizes. Journal of Parasitology. 43:221-232.
Rothstein SI.  1973.  Variations in the incidence of hatching failure in the cedar waxwing and other species. The Condor. 75:164-169.
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Voss EG.  1954.  The vascular plants of Emmet and Cheboygan Counties, Michigan: patterns and problems in geographic affinities. Doctor of Philosophy:280pp..
Read RH.  1975.  Vascular plants of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Alger County, Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 14:3-43.
Schwintzer CR.  1981.  Vegetation and nutrient status of northern Michigan bogs and conifer swamps with a comparison to fens. Canadian Journal of Botany. 59:842-853.
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Gates FC.  1912.  The vegetation of the region in the vicinity of Douglas Lake, Cheboygan County, Michigan, 1911.
Sanger R, Gannon JEdward.  1979.  Vegetation succession in Smith's Bog, Cheboygan County, Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 18:59-69.
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Haas TR, Clauson A.  1972.  Vertical distribution of the lichen genus Physcia on bigtooth aspen, northern red oak, and red maple at Douglas Lake, Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 11:39-42.
Campbell RS.  1941.  Vertical distribution of the plankton Rotifera in Douglas Lake, Michigan, with special reference to depression individuality. Ecological Monographs. 11:1-19.
R. Jones C, Jr. JCairns, Jr. WHYongue.  1976.  Vertical gradients in artificial substrate-associated protozoan community structure in a stratified freshwater lake. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 92:1-8.
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