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Spencer WE, Teeri JA, Wetzel RG.  1994.  Acclimation of photosynthetic phenotype to environmental heterogeneity. Ecology. 75(2):301-314.
O. Spencer R.  1943.  Nesting habits of the Black-billed Cuckoo. The Wilson Bulletin. 55:11-22.
Spangler PJ.  1954.  A new species of water beetle from Michigan (Coleoptera; Haliplidae). Entomological News. 65:113-117.
Southwick E.E, Southwick A.K.  1980.  Energetics of feeding on tree sap by Ruby-throated Hummingbirds in Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 104:328-334.
Southwick EE, Gates DM.  1975.  Energetics of occupied hummingbird nests. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :417-430.
Southwick EE.  1977.  Aspects of an interrupted incubation by the Ruby-throated Hummingbird. Jack Pine Warbler. 55:59-62.
Southwick EE.  1983.  Nectar biology and nectar feeders of common milkweed Asclepias syriaca L. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 110:324-334.
Southwick EE.  1973.  Microclimate selection by nesting hummingbirds. American Zoologist. 13:413.
Southwick A.K, Southwick E.E.  1983.  Aging effect on nectar production in two clones of Asclepias syriaca. Oecologia. 56:121-125.
Southwick EE.  1980.  Sapsucker trees as a factor in the distribution of hummingbirds in a northern climate. Proceedings of the Rochester Academy of Science. 13:96.
Southwick EE.  1983.  Photosynthetic cost of nectar production. Proceedings of the Rochester Academy of Science. 14:89.
Southwick E.E.  1984.  Photosynthate allocation to floral nectar: a neglected energy investment. Ecology. 65:1775-1779.
Southwick EE.  1982.  Nectar biology and pollinator attraction in the north temperate climate. The Biology of Social Insects. :19-23.
Southwick EE.  1980.  Flower nectar and tree sap as energetic foods for pollinators. Proceedings of the Rochester Academy of Science. 13:138.
Southern WEdward.  1965.  Some additions to the distributional list of Michigan birds. Jack Pine Warbler. 43:43.
Southern WEdward.  1971.  Gull orientation by magnetic cues: a hypothesis revisited. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 188:295-311.
Southern WEdward.  1967.  Dispersal and migration of Ring-billed Gulls from a Michigan population. Jack Pine Warbler. 45:102-111.
Southern WEdward.  1970.  En route behavior of homing Herring Gulls as determined by radio-tracking. The Wilson Bulletin. 82:189-200.
Southern WEdward, Southern MD.  1984.  Herring Gulls specialize as Ring-billed Gull predators. Colonial Waterbirds. 7:105-110.
Southern WEdward, Tordoff HB.  1959.  Three birds new to the straits region of Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 37:51-53.
Southern WEdward.  1976.  Migrational orientation in Ring-billed Gull chicks. The Auk. 93:78-85.
Southern WEdward.  1987.  Gull research in the 1980s: symposium overview. Studies in Avian Biology. 10:1-7.
Southern WEdward, Patton SR, Cuthbert FJean, Kinkel LK.  1975.  Wood Storks in Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 53(4):158.
Southern WEdward.  1969.  Gull orientation behavior: influence of experience, sex, age, and group releases. Jack Pine Warbler. 47:34-43.
Southern WEdward.  1968.  Further observations on foster-feeding by Purple Martins. The Wilson Bulletin. 80:234-235.
Southern WEdward.  1971.  Evaluation of a plastic wing-marker for gull studies. Bird-Banding. 42:88-91.
Southern WEdward.  1967.  Colony selection, longevity, and Ring-billed Gull populations: preliminary discussion. Bird-Banding. 38:52-60.
Southern WEdward.  1965.  Biotelemetry: Avian navigation. BioScience. 15:87-88.
Southern WEdward.  1969.  Sky conditions in relation to Ring-billed and Herring Gull orientation. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science. 62(4):342-349.
Southern WEdward.  1972.  Influence of disturbances in the earth's magnetic field on Ring-billed Gull orientation. The Condor. 74:102-105.
Southern WEdward.  1980.  The impact of fox predation on gull breeding success, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Second Conference Scientific Research in the National Parks. 12. Terrestrial Biology: Zoology:111-129.
Southern WEdward.  1959.  Homing of Purple Martins. The Wilson Bulletin. 71(3):254-261.
Southern WEdward.  1970.  Orientation in Gulls: effect of distance, direction of release, and wind. Living Bird. 9:75-95.
Southern WEdward, Patton SR, Southern LK, Hanners LA.  1985.  Effects of nine years of fox predation on two species of breeding gulls. The Auk. 102:827-833.
Southern WEdward.  1968.  Experiments on the homing ability of Purple Martins. Living Bird. 7:71-84.
Southern WEdward.  1988.  The earth's magnetic field as a navigational cue. Modern Bioelectricity. :35-74.
Southern WEdward, Southern LK.  1980.  A summary of the incidence of cowbird parasitism in northern Michigan from 1911-1978. Jack Pine Warbler. 58:77-84.
Southern WEdward.  1958.  Nesting of the Red-eyed Vireo in the Douglas Lake Region, Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 36:105-130;185-207.
Southern WEdward.  1965.  Biotelemetry: A new technique for wildlife research. Living Bird. 4:45-58.
Southern LK, Southern WEdward.  1983.  Responses of Ring-billed Gulls to cannon-netting and wing-tagging. Journal of Wildlife Management. 47(1):234-237.
Southern WEdward.  1961.  A botanical analysis of Kirtland's Warbler nests. The Wilson Bulletin. 73:148-154.
Southern WEdward.  1959.  Foster-feeding and polygamy in the Purple Martin. The Wilson Bulletin. 71(1):96.
Southern WEdward, Jarvis WL, Brewick L..  1976.  Foraging ecology of Great Lakes region Ring-billed Gulls. Fish Eating Birds of the Great Lakes and Environmental Contaminants Conference. :100-144.
Southern WEdward.  1968.  Dispersal patterns of subadult Herring Gulls from Rogers City, Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 46:2-6.
Southern WEdward.  1978.  Ring-billed Gull pair with 2 nests. The Wilson Bulletin. 90(2):299-301.
Southern WEdward.  1968.  The role of environmental factors in Ring-billed and Herring Gull orientation. Doctor of Philosophy:281pp..
Southern WEdward.  1977.  Development of a gull management plan for South Manitou. :408-409.
Southern WEdward.  1958.  Myrtle Warbler feigns injury. Jack Pine Warbler. 36:27.
Southern WEdward.  1969.  Orientation behavior of Ring-billed Gull chicks and fledglings. The Condor. 71:418-425.
Southern WEdward.  1977.  Recent developments in avian migrational orientation. Northeastern Regional Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society. Technical report No. 20:102-109.
Southern WEdward.  1967.  Further comments on subadult Bald Eagle plumages. Jack Pine Warbler. 45:70-80.
Southern WEdward, Cuthbert FJean, Patton SR.  1976.  The influence of fox predation on Ring-billed and Herring Gull nesting success. First Conference on Scientific Research in the National Parks. 5:519-524.
Southern WEdward.  1986.  Histoplasmosis associated with a gull colony: health concerns and precautions. Colonial Waterbirds. 9(1):121-123.
Southern WEdward, Schnell GD.  1964.  Herring Gulls feeding on sea lamprey. Jack Pine Warbler. 42:231.
Southern WEdward.  1970.  Influence of disturbances in the earth's magnetic field on Ring-billed Gull orientation. American Zoologist. 10:23.
Southern WEdward.  1968.  Age composition of a breeding Ring-billed Gull population. Inland Bird Banding News. 40:166-167.
Southern WEdward.  1978.  Orientation responses of Ring-billed Gull chicks: a re-evaluation. Animal Migration, Navigation, and Homing. :311-317.
Southern WEdward.  1977.  Colony selection and colony site tenacity in Ring-billed Gulls at a stable colony. The Auk. 94:469-478.
Soper JH, Voss EG, Guire KE.  1965.  Distribution of Primula mistassinica in the Great Lakes region. Michigan Botanist. 4:83-86.
Soper JH, Voss EG.  1964.  Black crowberry in the Lake Superior region. Michigan Botanist. 3:35-38.
Sommers LA.  1989.  The effects of female age and habitat variation on the nesting success of Tree Swallows. School of Natural Resources and Environment. Master of Science:42pp..
Snow AA, Uthus KLynn, Culley TM.  2001.  Fitness of hybrids between weedy and cultivated radish: implications for weed evolution. Ecological Applications. 11(3):934-943.
Snow AA, Campbell LG.  2005.  Can feral radishes become weeds? Crop Ferality and Volunteerism. :193-208.
Snow AA, Spira TP.  1991.  Pollen vigour and the potential for sexual selection in plants. Nature. 352:796-797.
Snow AA, Andow D.A, Gepts P., Hallerman E.M, Power A., Tiedje J.M, Wolfenbarger L.L.  2005.  Genetically engineered organisms and the environment: current status and recommendations. Ecological Applications. 15(2):377v404.
Snow AA, Culley TM, Campbell LG, Sweeney PM, Hegde S.G, Ellstrand N.C.  2010.  Long-term persistence of crop alleles in weedy populations of wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum). New Phytologist. 186(2):537-548.
Snow AA, Campbell LG.  2011.  Long-term introgression of crop alleles in weed populations. February:3pp..
Snow AA, Spira TP.  1991.  Differential pollen-tube growth rates and nonrandom fertilization in Hibiscus moscheutos (Malvaceae). American Journal of Botany. 78(10):1419-1426.
Snow AA, Travis S.E, Wildova R, Fer T., Sweeney PM, Marburger J.E, Windels S., Kubatova B., Goldberg DE, Mutegi E..  2010.  Species-specific SSR alleles for studies of hybrid cattails (Typha latifolia x T. angustifolia; Typhaceae) in North America. American Journal of Botany. 97(12):2061-2067.
Snider JA.  1977.  Chromosome studies of some mosses of the Douglas Lake region. IV. Michigan Botanist. 16:51-55.
Snider JA.  1972.  Chromosome studies of some mosses of the Douglas Lake region. II. Michigan Botanist. 11:125-128.
Snider JA.  1973.  Chromosome studies of some mosses of the Douglas Lake region. III. Michigan Botanist. 12:107-117.
Snider JA.  1970.  Chromosome studies of some mosses of the Douglas Lake region. Michigan Botanist. 9:67-71.
Smrchek JC.  1971.  Present status of Elliptio complanatus in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Sterkiana. 43:10.
Smrchek JC.  1970.  Craspedacusta sowerbyi: northern extension of range in Michigan. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 89:325-327.
Smrchek JC.  1972.  Extension of range of the triclad turbellarian Phagocata gracilis (Haldeman). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 91:596-599.
Smits MM, Hoffland E, Jongmans AG, van Breemen N.  2005.  Contribution of mineral tunneling to total feldspar weathering. Geoderma. 125:59-69.
Smits MM.  2005.  Ectomycorrhizal fungi and biogeochemical cycles of boreal forests. Doctor of Philosophy:121pp..
Smith S.G.  1969.  Natural hybridization of the Scirpus lacustris complex in North Central United States. Current Topics in Plant Science. :175-200.
Smith AH.  1936.  Unusual agarics from Michigan. III. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 21:147-161.
Smith AH.  1960.  Tricholomopsis (Agaricales) in the western hemisphere. Brittonia. 12:41-70.
Smith EP, Genter RB, Jr. JCairns.  1986.  Confidence intervals for the similarity between algal communities. Hydrobiologia. 139:237-245.
Smith AH, Thiers HD.  1964.  A contribution toward a monograph of North American species of Suillus.
Smith F.  1917.  North American earthworms of the family Lumbricidae in the collections of the United States National Museum. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum. 52:157-182.
Smith AH, Hesler L.R.  1954.  Additional North American Hygrophori. Sydowia. 8(1-6):304-333.
Smith AH.  1934.  Unusual agarics from Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 19:205-216.
Smith AH, Thiers HD, Watling R.  1968.  Notes on species of Leccinum. I.: Additions to Section Leccinum. Lloydia. 31(3):252-267.
Smith AH.  1952.  New records of fleshy fungi from the vicinity of the University of Michigan Biological Station and Tahquamenon Falls State Park in Michigan. The Asa Gray Bulletin. 1(2):185-194.
Smith F.  1923.  Data on the distribution of Michigan fresh-water sponges. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 1:418-421.
Smith AH.  1966.  New and noteworthy higher fungi from Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 5:18-2?.
Smith M.  2010.  The Fungi. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :69-76.
Smith AH, Hesler L.R.  1962.  Studies on Lactarius. III. The North American species of section Plinthogali. Brittonia. 14:369-440.
Smith S.G.  1973.  Ecology of the Scirpus lacustris complex in North America. Polskie Archiwum Hydrobiologii. 20:215-216.
Smith AH, Thiers HD.  1968.  Notes on boletes I. Mycologia. 60:943-954.
Smith AH.  1953.  New species of Galerina from North America. Mycologia. 65:892-925.
Smith F.  1924.  Variation in the maximum depth at which fish can live during summer in a moderately deep lake with a thermocline. Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Fisheries. 41:1-7.
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Smith AH, Singer R.  1964.  A monograph on the genus Galerina Earle.
Smith F.  1919.  Lake Superior lumbriculids, including Verrill's Lumbricus lacustris. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 32:33-40.
Smith AH.  1935.  Unusual agarics from Michigan. II. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:171-183.