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Spatial and temporal distribution of benthic diatoms in northern Lake Michigan. Ecology. 64(6):1566-1580.. 1983.
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.. 1986.
Post-Pleistocene diatom succession in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Journal of Phycology. 13:73-80.. 1977.
Morphological observations of Amphora thumensis (Mayer) A. CL. using light and scanning electron microscopy. Micron. 11:9-10.. 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.. 1980.
Eutrophication, silica depletion, and predicted changes in algal quality in Lake Michigan. Science. 173:423-424.. 1971.
The diatoms of Douglas Lake-a preliminary list. Michigan Botanist. 17:49-54.. 1978.
Diatom resting cell rejuvenation and formation: time course, species records and distribution. Journal of Plankton Research. 11(2):375-389.. 1989.
Contributions to the diatom flora of the Laurentian Great Lakes. I. New and little-known species of Amphora (Bacillariophyta. Pennatibacillariophyceae). Phycologia. 10:397-409.. 1972.
Attached winter floral assemblages on sand from Grand Traverse Bay, Lake Michigan. Micron. 11:203-204.. 1980.
Phytoplankton, nutrients, and primary productivity in Lake Michigan as influenced by upwelling. 14th Conference on Great Lakes Research. :102-113.. 1971.
Phytoplankton assemblage differences at in shore versus offshore stations in Lake Michigan and their effects on nutrient enrichment experiments. 14th Conference on Great Lakes Research. :114-118.. 1971.
Phosphorus, silica, and eutrophication of Lake Michigan: The limiting nutrient controversy. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Symposium. 1. 1972.
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.. 2010.