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Journal Article
Kingston JC, Lowe RL, Stoermer EF, Ladewski TB.  1983.  Spatial and temporal distribution of benthic diatoms in northern Lake Michigan. Ecology. 64(6):1566-1580.
Sicko-Goad L, Fahnenstiel G., Stoermer EF.  1986.  Rejuvenation of Melosira granulata (Bacillariophyceae) resting cells from the anoxic sediments of Douglas Lake, Michigan. I. Light microscopy and 14C uptake. Journal of Phycology. 22:22-28.
Stoermer EF.  1977.  Post-Pleistocene diatom succession in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Journal of Phycology. 13:73-80.
Kingston JC, Lowe RL, Stoermer EF.  1980.  Morphological observations of Amphora thumensis (Mayer) A. CL. using light and scanning electron microscopy. Micron. 11:9-10.
Kingston JC, Lowe RL, Stoermer EF.  1980.  The frustular morphology of Amphora thumenis (Mayer) A.CL. from northern Lake Michigan and consideration of its systematic position. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 99(3):276-283.
Schelske CL, Stoermer EF.  1971.  Eutrophication, silica depletion, and predicted changes in algal quality in Lake Michigan. Science. 173:423-424.
Andresen NArnold, Stoermer EF.  1978.  The diatoms of Douglas Lake-a preliminary list. Michigan Botanist. 17:49-54.
Sicko-Goad L, Stoermer EF, Kociolek JP.  1989.  Diatom resting cell rejuvenation and formation: time course, species records and distribution. Journal of Plankton Research. 11(2):375-389.
Stoermer EF, Yang JJ.  1972.  Contributions to the diatom flora of the Laurentian Great Lakes. I. New and little-known species of Amphora (Bacillariophyta. Pennatibacillariophyceae). Phycologia. 10:397-409.
Kingston JC, Lowe RL, Stoermer EF.  1980.  Attached winter floral assemblages on sand from Grand Traverse Bay, Lake Michigan. Micron. 11:203-204.
Book Chapter
Kociolek JP, Lowe RL, Stoermer EF.  2010.  Algae of Northern Michigan and the Douglas Lake Region. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :85-92.