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Rutter JE.  2016.  Bird Friendly Beaches: Evaluating dog and human interactions with Great Lakes piping plovers (Charadrius melodus) and other shorebirds. M.S.:72.
Ibáñez I, Zak DR, Burton AJ, Pregitzer KS.  2016.  Chronic nitrogen deposition alters tree allometric relationships: implications for biomass production and carbon storage. Ecological Applications. 26(3):913-925.
Schmid AV, Vogel CS, Liebman E, Curtis PS, Gough CM.  2016.  Coarse woody debris and the carbon balance of a moderately disturbed forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 361:38-45.
Howey MCL, Sullivan FB, Tallant J, Kopple RVande, Palace MW.  2016.  Detecting Precontact Anthropogenic Microtopographic Features in a Forested Landscape with Lidar: A Case Study from the Upper Great Lakes Region, AD 1000-1600. PLOS ONE. 11(9):e0162062.
Ibáñez I, McCarthy-Neumann S.  2016.  Effects of mycorrhizal fungi on tree seedling growth: quantifying the parasitism–mutualism transition along a light gradient. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 46(1):48-57.
Fahey RT, Stuart-Haëntjens EJ, Gough CM, De La Cruz A, Stockton E, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2016.  Evaluating forest subcanopy response to moderate severity disturbance and contribution to ecosystem-level productivity and resilience. Forest Ecology and Management. 376:135-147.
Moore PA.  2016.  The Hidden Power of Smell: How Chemicals Influence Our Lives and Behavior.
Howey MCL, Frederick K.  2016.  Immovable food storage facilities, knowledge, and landscape in non-sedentary societies: Perspectives from northern Michigan. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 42:37-55.
Melaas EK, Sulla-Menashe D, Gray JM, Black AT, Morin TH, Richardson AD, Friedl MA.  2016.  Multisite analysis of land surface phenology in North American temperate and boreal deciduous forests from Landsat. Remote Sensing of Environment. 186:452-464.
Cheng SJ.  2016.  Shedding Light on Photosynthesis: The Impacts of Atmospheric Conditions and Plant Canopy Structure on Ecosystem Carbon Uptake. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. :145.
Lawrence BA, Bourke K, Lishawa SC, Tuchman NC.  2016.  Typha invasion associated with reduced aquatic macroinvertebrate abundance in northern Lake Huron coastal wetlands. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 42(6):1412-1419.
Walls JM, Eustice RM.  2015.  An Architecture for Cooperative Localization Underwater Acoustic Networkds. :1-5.
Freedman ZB, Zak DR.  2015.  Atmospheric N deposition alters connectance, but not functional potential among saprotrophic bacterial communities. Molecular Ecology. 24(12):3170-3180.
Bichucher V, Walls JM, Ozog P, Skinner KA, Eustice RM.  2015.  Bathymetric Factor Graph SLAM with Sparse Point Cloud Alignment. :1-7.
Kraus-Epley KE, Lahman SE, Moore PA.  2015.  Behaviorally-selective chemoreceptor lesions reveal two different chemically mediated orientation strategies in the rusty crayfish, Orconectes rusticus. Journal of Crustacean Biology. 35(6):753-762.
Francoeur SN, Pillsbury RW, Lowe RL.  2015.  Benthic algal response to invasive mussels in Saginaw Bay: a comparison of historical and recent data. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. :1-15.
Lishawa SC, Lawrence BA, Albert DA, Tuchman NC.  2015.  Biomass harvest of invasive Typha promotes plant diversity in a Great Lakes coastal wetland. Restoration Ecology. :1-10.
Rush SA, Pekarik C, Weseloh D.V, Cuthbert FJ, Moore D, Wires LR.  2015.  Changes in heron and egret populations on the Laurentian Great Lakes and connecting channels, 1977-2009. Avian Conservation and Ecology.
Moore PA, Ferrante PA, Bergner JL.  2015.  Chemical Orientation Strategies of the Crayfish are Influenced by the Hydrodynamics of their Native Environment. The American Midland Naturalist. 173(1):17-29.
Saunders SP, Cuthbert FJ.  2015.  Chick mortality leads to male-biased sex ratios in endangered Great Lakes Piping Plovers. Journal of Field Ornithology. 86(2):103-114.
Paschalis A, Fatichi S, Katul GG, Ivanov VY.  2015.  Cross-scale impact of climate temporal variability on ecosystem water and carbon fluxes. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. :n/a-n/a.
Freedman ZB, Romanowicz KJ, Upchurch RA, Zak DR.  2015.  Differential responses of total and active soil microbial communities to long-term experimental N deposition. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 90:275-282.
Burnham RJ, Santanna CV.  2015.  Distribution, diversity, and traits of native, exotic, and invasive climbing plants in Michigan. Brittonia. 67(4):350-370.
Katz D.  2015.  The effect of biotic interactions on latitudinal range expansion of plant species in response to climate change. School of Natural Resources and Environment.
Ibáñez I, McCarthy-Neumann SM.  2015.  Effects of mycorrhizal fungi on tree seedling growth: quantifying the parasitism-mutualism transition along a light gradient. Canadian Journal of Forest Research.
Bridges KN, Soulen BK, Overturf CL, Drevnick PE, Roberts AP.  2015.  Embryotoxicity of maternally-transferred methylmercury to fathead minnows Pimephales promelas. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.
Wofford SJ, Earley RL, Moore PA.  2015.  Evidence for assessment disappears in mixed-sex contests of the crayfish, Orconectes virilis. Behaviour. 152(7-8):995-1018.
Crumsey JM, Capowiez Y, Goodsitt MM, Larson S, Le Moine JM, Bird JA, Kling GW, Nadelhoffer KJ.  2015.  Exotic earthworm community composition interacts with soil texture to affect redistribution and retention of litter-derived C and N in northern temperate forest soils. Biogeochemistry.
Wehr JD, Sheath RG, Kociolek JP.  2015.  Freshwater Algae of North America: Ecology and Classification. Aquatic Ecology:i-ii.
Lawrence BA, Lishawa SC, Rodriguez Y, Tuchman NC.  2015.  Herbicide management of invasive cattail (Typha × glauca) increases porewater nutrient concentrations. Wetlands Ecology and Management.
Yan H, Wang S-qiang, Billesbach D, Oechel W, Bohrer G, Meyers T, Martin TA, Matamala R, Phillips RP, Rahman F et al..  2015.  Improved global simulations of gross primary product based on a new definition of water stress factor and a separate treatment of C3 and C4 plants. Ecological Modelling. 297:42-59.
Drevnick PE, Lamborg CH, Horgan MJ.  2015.  Increase in mercury in Pacific yellowfin tuna. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 34(4):931-934.
VanReken T.M., Mwaniki G.R, Wallace H.W., Pressley S.N, Erickson M.H, Jobson B.T, Lamb B.K.  2015.  Influence of air mass origin on aerosol properties at a remote Michigan forest site. Atmospheric Environment. 107:35-43.
Xia J, Niu S, Ciais P, Janssens IA, Chen J, Ammann C, Arain A, Blanken PD, Cescatti A, Bonal D et al..  2015.  Joint control of terrestrial gross primary productivity by plant phenology and physiology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. :201413090.
Albert DA, Lapin M, Pearsall DR.  2015.  Knowing The Territory: Landscape Ecosystem Classification and Mapping. The Michigan Botanist. 54:34-41.
Ewert DN, Hall KR, Smith RJ, Rodewald PG.  2015.  Landbird Stopover in the Great Lakes Region: integrating habitat use and climate change in conservation. Phenological synchrony and bird migration: climate change and seasonal resources in North America. :17-46.
D’Odorico P, Gonsamo A, Gough CM, Bohrer G, Morison J, Wilkinson M, Hanson PJ, Gianelle D, Fuentes JD, Buchmann N.  2015.  The match and mismatch between photosynthesis and land surface phenology of deciduous forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 214-215:25-38.
Barnard A, Fincke O, Shields M, Xu M.  2015.  Melanic individuals in color polymorphic Enallagma damselflies result from phenotypic, not genetic, variation. International Journal of Odonatology. 18(1):3-14.
Kwon SYun.  2015.  Mercury Isotopes as Biogeochemical and Ecological Tracers: Assessing Mercury Sources and Exposure Pathways in Food Webs. Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Frasson RPrata de M, Bohrer G, Medvigy D, Matheny AM, Morin TH, Vogel CS, Gough CM, Maurer KD, Curtis PS.  2015.  Modeling forest carbon cycle response to tree mortality: Effects of plant functional type and disturbance intensity. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. :n/a-n/a.
Fatichi S, Pappas C, Ivanov VY.  2015.  Modeling plant-water interactions: an ecohydrological overview from the cell to the global scale. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water. :n/a-n/a.
Bond-Lamberty B., Fisk J.P, Holm J.A, Bailey V., Bohrer G., Gough C.M.  2015.  Moderate forest disturbance as a stringent test for gap and big-leaf models. Biogeosciences. 12(2):513-526.
Stuart-Haëntjens EJ, Curtis PS, Fahey RT, Vogel CS, Gough CM.  2015.  Net primary production of a temperate deciduous forest exhibits a threshold response to increasing disturbance severity. Ecology. 96(9):2478-2487.
Matheny AM, Bohrer G, Garrity SR, Morin TH, Howard CJ, Vogel CS.  2015.  Observations of stem water storage in trees of opposing hydraulic strategies. Ecosphere. 6(9):art165.