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Book Chapter
Gates DM, Strain B.R, Weber JA.  1982.  15 ecophysiological effects of changing atmospheric CO2 concentration. Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology. 12D(Physiological Ecology)
Spotila JR, Gates DM.  1975.  Body size, insulation, and optimum body temperatures of homeotherms. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :291-301.
Spotila JR, Gates DM.  1975.  Body size, insulation, and optimum body temperatures of homeotherms. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :291-301.
Southwick EE, Gates DM.  1975.  Energetics of occupied hummingbird nests. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :417-430.
Southwick EE, Gates DM.  1975.  Energetics of occupied hummingbird nests. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :417-430.
Gates DM.  1976.  Energy exchange and transpiration. Water and Plant Life. :136-147.
Bakken GS, Gates DM.  1975.  Heat-transfer analysis of animals: some implications for field ecology, physiology, and evolution. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :255-290.
Bakken GS, Gates DM.  1975.  Heat-transfer analysis of animals: some implications for field ecology, physiology, and evolution. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :255-290.
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.
Tenhunen JD, Hesketh J.D, Gates DM.  1980.  Leaf photosynthesis models. Predicting Photosynthesis for Ecosystem Models. 1:123-181.
Tenhunen JD, Gates DM.  1975.  Light intensity and leaf temperature as determining factors in diffusion resistance. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :213-225.
Tenhunen JD, Gates DM.  1975.  Light intensity and leaf temperature as determining factors in diffusion resistance. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :213-225.
II SEJohnson.  1975.  Microclimate and energy flow in the marine rocky intertidal. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :559-587.
Gates DM.  1975.  On the physiological significance of the preferred body temperatures of reptiles. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :443-473.
Gates DM.  1975.  On the physiological significance of the preferred body temperatures of reptiles. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :443-473.
Gates DM, Hanks R.J.  1967.  Plant factors affecting evapotranspiration. Irrigation of Agricultural Lands. (11):506-521of1180.
Gates DM, Harris JT, Clarke C.HD.  1983.  Wildlife in a changing environment. The Great Lakes Forest: An Environmental and Social History. :52-80.
Journal Article
Jurik TW, Briggs GM, Gates DM.  1988.  Aboveground biomass and production from 1938 to 1984 for four aspen plots in northern lower Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 27:43-54.
Jurik TW, Gates DM.  1983.  Albedo following fire in a northern hardwood forest. Journal of Climate and Applied Meteorology. 22:1733-1737.
Weber JA, Jurik TW, Tenhunen JD, Gates DM.  1985.  Analysis of gas exchange in seedlings of Acer saccharum: integration of field and laboratory studies. Oecologia. 65:338-347.
Weber JA, Tenhunen JD, Westrin S.S, Yocum CS, Gates DM.  1981.  An analytical model of photosynthetic response of aquatic plants to inorganic carbon and pH. Ecology. 62:697-705.
Gates DM.  1978.  Atmospheric carbon dioxide increase and climate change. European Science Notes. 32:288-289.
Gates DM.  1978.  Carbon dioxide and climate. Uniterra. 2:4-5.
Gates DM.  1990.  Climate change and forests. Tree Physiology. 7:1-5.
Gates DM.  1990.  Climate change and the response of forests. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 11(7):1095-1107.
Jurik TW, Briggs GM, Gates DM.  1985.  A comparison of four methods for determining leaf area index in successional hardwood forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 15:1154-1158.
Briggs GM, Gates DM, Jurik TW.  1986.  A comparison of rates of aboveground growth and carbon dioxide assimilation by aspen on sites of high and low quality. Tree Physiology. 2:29-34.
Gates DM.  1939.  A deposit of mammal bones under Sleeping Bear dune. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 42:337-338.
Tenhunen JD, Weber JA, Filipek LH, Gates DM.  1977.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications. III. Carbon dioxide and oxygen dependencies. Oecologia. 30:189-207.
Tenhunen JD, Weber JA, Yocum CS, Gates DM.  1976.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications. II. Analysis of a data set describing the PM surface. Oecologia. 26:101-119.
Tenhunen JD, Yocum CS, Gates DM.  1976.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications I. Theory. Oecologia. 26:89-100.
Tenhunen JD, Meyer A., Lange O.L, Gates DM.  1980.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications. V. Test of the applicability of a steady-state model to description of net photosynthesis of Prunus armeniaca under field conditions. Oecologia. 45:147-155.
E. Jr. RHunt, Weber JA, Gates DM.  1984.  Differences between tree species in hydraulic press calibration of leaf water potential are correlated with specific leaf area. Plant, Cell and Environment. 7:597-600.
Tenhunen JD, Lange O.L, Harley P.C, Meyer A., Gates DM.  1980.  The diurnal time course of net photosynthesis of soybean leaves: analysis with a physiologically based steady-state photosynthesis model. Oecologia. 46:314-321.
E. Jr. RHunt, Weber JA, Gates DM.  1985.  Effects of nitrate application on Amaranthus powellii Wats. I. Changes in photosynthesis, growth rates, and leaf area. Plant Physiology. 79:609-613.
E. Jr. RHunt, Weber JA, Gates DM.  1985.  Effects of nitrate application on Amaranthus powellii Wats. II. Stomatal response to vapor pressure difference is consistent with optimization of stomatal conductance. Plant Physiology. 79:614-618.
E. Jr. RHunt, Weber JA, Gates DM.  1985.  Effects of nitrate application on Amaranthus powellii Wats. III. Optimal allocation of leaf nitrogen for photosynthesis and stomatal conductance. Plant Physiology. 79:619-624.
Jurik TW, Weber JA, Gates DM.  1988.  Effects of temperature and light on photosynthesis of dominant species of a northern hardwood forest. Botanical Gazette. 149:203-208.
Weber JA, Gates DM.  1990.  Gas exchange in Quercus rubra (northern red oak) during a drought: analysis of relations among photosynthesis, transpiration, and leaf conductance. Tree Physiology. 7:215-225.
Harley P.C, Weber JA, Gates DM.  1985.  Interactive effects of light, leaf temperature, CO2 and O2 on photosynthesis in soybean. Planta. 165:249-263.
Bakken GS, Gates DM.  1974.  Linearized heat transfer relations in biology. Science. 183:967-977.
Spotila JR, Lommen PW, Bakken GS, Gates DM.  1973.  A mathematical model for body temperatures of large reptiles: implications for dinosaur ecology. The American Naturalist. 107:391-404.
Briggs GM, Gates DM, Jurik TW.  1986.  Non-stomatal limitation of CO2 assimilation in three tree species during natural drought conditions. Physiologia Plantarum. 66:521-526.
Bakken GS, Gates DM.  1974.  Notes on "Heat Loss from a Newtonian Animal". Journal of Theoretical Biology. 45:283-292.
Gates DM.  1982.  Plants and environment. Ecology. 63(5):1612-1613.
Gates DM.  1983.  Plants gas up. Natural History. 92(7):4-8.
Jurik TW, Weber JA, Gates DM.  1984.  Short-term effects of CO2 on gas exchange of leaves of bigtooth aspen (Populus grandidentata) in the field. Plant Physiology. 75:1022-1026.
Jurik TW, Briggs GM, Gates DM.  1991.  Soil respiration of five aspen stands in northern lower Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 126:68-75.
Tenhunen JD, Weber JA, Yocum CS, Gates DM.  1979.  Solubility of gases and the temperature dependency of whole leaf affinities for carbon dioxide and oxygen. Plant Physiology. 63:916-923.
Jurik TW, Briggs GM, Gates DM.  1988.  Springtime recovery of photosynthetic activity of white pine in Michigan. Canadian Journal of Botany. 66:138-141.
Gates DM.  1966.  Transpiration and energy exchange. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 41:353-364.
Miller PC, Gates DM.  1967.  Transpiration resistance of plants. The American Midlands Naturalist. 77:77-85.
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.