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Nichols GElwood.  1922.  The bryophytes of Michigan with particular reference to the Douglas Lake region. The Bryologist. 25:41-58.
Nichols GElwood.  1925.  The bryophytes of Michigan, with particular reference to the Douglas Lake region, II. The Bryologist. 28:73-75.
Nichols GElwood.  1935.  The bryophytes of Michigan with special reference to the Huron Mountain region. The Bryologist. 38:11-19.
Nichols GElwood.  1938.  Bryophytes of the Huron Mountain region, Marquette County, Michigan. The Bryologist. 41:25-31.
Nichols GElwood, Steere WCampbell.  1937.  Bryophytes of the Porcupine Mountains, Ontonagon County, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 22:183-200.
Nichols GElwood, Ackley AB.  1932.  The desmids of Michigan, with particular reference to the Douglas Lake region. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:113-140.
Nichols GElwood.  1935.  The hemlock-white pine-northern hardwood region of eastern North America. Ecology. 16:403-422.
Nichols GElwood.  1934.  The influence of exposure to winter temperatures upon seed germination in various native American plants. Ecology. 15:364-373.
Nichols GElwood.  1925.  Lichens of the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. The Bryologist. 28:52-59.
Evans AW, Nichols GElwood.  1935.  The liverwort flora of the upper Michigan peninsula. The Bryologist. 38:81-91.
Nichols GElwood.  1932.  Notes on Michigan bryophytes. The Bryologist. 35:5-8.
Nichols GElwood.  1933.  Notes on Michigan bryophytes.- II. The Bryologist. 36:69-78.
Nichols GElwood, Steere WCampbell.  1936.  Notes on Michigan bryophytes.-III. The Bryologist. 39:111-118.
Nichols GElwood.  1937.  Polytrichum and Pogonatum species of the eastern United States. The Bryologist. 40:1-10.
Gates FC, Nichols GElwood.  1930.  Relation betweeen age and diameter in trees of the primeval northern hardwood forest. Journal of Forestry. 28:395-398.