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Phillips EAllen.  1948.  The associations of bark inhabiting bryophytes in Michigan.
Nadelhoffer K.  2003.  Biological Station is a hotspot for global change research. Fall 2003:7-10.
Reighard J.  1933.  The Biological Station's first year. A letter from Professor Jacob Reighard, first director of the Station, read at the 25th anniversary celebration at Douglas Lake. 40:pp.5-6,9-10.
Sharp AJ.  1961.  Bryophyta. 4:303-304.
Nichols GElwood.  1937.  Bryophytes of Michigan - a preliminary list.
Voss EG.  1961.  Burt Lake named after Michigan Baptist pioneer. 44(2):7.
Voss EG.  1968.  By-ways of the north shore. 16(2, 3):4-5,4.
Voss EG.  1966.  Carnivora of the plant world. 14(3):4-5.
Arnaud LDeLoughary.  1991.  Colonial Point. Summer
Smith J.  2003.  Dr. Vogel's forest of CO2 wonder. July:47,49,51.
Hesman T..  2000.  Greenhouse Gassed. 157(13)
Jr. OSewall Pet.  1962.  Hawk migrations around the Great Lakes. 64:44-45,49.
Stellin C.  1992.  Lessons in Nature. :36-42..
Voss EG.  1966.  The little bellwort. 13(5):3-4.
Sharp AJ.  1961.  Liverworts. 14:234a,234b,235.
Legault RO.  1960.  Mass and controlled production of zebra danio eggs. 8:44-46.
Voss EG.  1967.  Michigan Mistletoe. 15(6):5.
Sharp AJ.  1961.  Moss. 15:844a,844b,845.
DeGrane S.  1998.  Natural Danger Signals. Winter 1998:30-33.
Tobin J.  2008.  The natural world. Spring 2008:10-15.
Voss EG.  1969.  Nomenclature. 21:730a-731.
Voss EG.  1965.  Our lone native primrose. 13(2):4.
Jr. AJHogg.  2008.  Our swimmer's itch hero. August:141,143.
Hul NVan't.  1991.  A place to eat, sleep, and dream biology. 14(2):4-13.
Whitaker E.S.  1910.  Pleasant days in Michigan. 75(23):900-901.
Beadle S.  1993.  Rat songs of Cedarville: zoologists at work. 17(1):6-12.
Coy KB, Blankespoor HD, Ulmer MJ.  1977.  Recruitment of digenetic trematodes using caged snails. :24pp..
Gates DM, Johnson H..  1979.  The role of pubescence on the light climate of tree leaves. 35:11-25.
Smith J.  2008.  Sleuths of a changing world. August:96-102.
Meagher WL.  1996.  Some plants of Pleasantview Swamp, Emmet County, Michigan: Introduction and Species List.
Stoner D.  1920.  A summer in northern Michigan. 17(4):177-179.
Blankespoor HD.  1980.  Swimmers' itch in Michigan. :9pp..
Voss EG.  1966.  Two kinds of beauties. 14(1):7-8.
La Rue GRoger.  1930.  University of Michigan Biological Station. 36:pp.737,747-748.
Whitaker E.S.  1911.  A vacation in northern Michigan. 77:806-807.
Voss EG.  1965.  A weedy orchid? 13(4):4.
Blankespoor HD.  1980.  What you should know about swimmers' itch.
DeYoe HR, Lowe RL.  1991.  1991 CIESIN Project: Final report on sediment warming study and water quality lake survey. I. The effect of slightly elevated temperature on the benthic algal community of Douglas Lake, Michigan. II. A water quality survey of fifteen lakes in Cheboygan an. :43pp..
Vostral CB.  1996.  Abundance and distribution of coarse woody debris in 65 and 115 year old red pine (Pinus resinosa) plantations in upper lower Michigan (Unpublished report). :33pp..
Ellis MM.  1917.  Amphibians and reptiles of the Douglas Lake (Michigan) region.
Hazlett BTheodore.  1989.  The aquatic vegetation and flora of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Benzie and Leelanau Counties, Michigan. :66pp..
Walls JM, Eustice RM.  2015.  An Architecture for Cooperative Localization Underwater Acoustic Networkds. :1-5.
Lyon JGrimson, Jr. CEOlson.  1983.  Assessment of Wetlands Resources: Manual for a Workshop. :21pp..
Bichucher V, Walls JM, Ozog P, Skinner KA, Eustice RM.  2015.  Bathymetric Factor Graph SLAM with Sparse Point Cloud Alignment. :1-7.
Rais H, Jr. SWMcCandl, Mitchell PM, Dreibelbis RR.  1991.  Beaconless search and rescue using airborne synthetic aperture radar.
Pringle CMann, Tuchman M.L, Rice C.P, White DS.  1981.  The biological effects of chloride and sulfate with special emphasis on the Laurentian Great Lakes. :51pp..
Heard WH.  1961.  Biology of Great Lakes sphaeriid faunas. :150.
Lauff GH, E. Henson B, Ayers JC, Chandler DC, Powers CF.  1961.  The bottom sediments of the Straits of Mackinac region. :69pp..
Reighard J.  1913.  The breeding habits of the log perch (Percina caprodes).
.  1973.  Burt Lake Profile. :9pp.,1insert.
Jurik TW, Briggs GM, Gates DM.  1985.  Carbon dynamics of northern hardwood forests: gas exchange characteristics.
Harper RM.  1914.  Car-window notes on the vegetation of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Grant M.  1995.  Cedarville Bay water quality survey. :28pp..
Praeger W.E.  1920.  A collection of Sphagnum from the Douglas Lake region, Cheboygan County, Michigan. :237-238.
Lauritsen DD, White DS.  1981.  Comparative studies of the zoobenthos of a natural and man-made rocky habitat on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. :65pp..
Ayers JC, Lauff GH, Chandler DC, Anderson D.V.  1956.  Currents and water masses of Lake Huron. :101pp..
Ayers JC, E. Henson B, Powers CF, Lauff GH, Chandler DC.  1958.  Currents and water masses of Lake Michigan. :169pp..
Jr. V.JBierman, Dolan D.M, Stoermer EF, Gannon JEdward, Smith V.E.  1980.  The development and calibration of a spatially simplified multi-class phytoplankton model for Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron. :126pp.
Stoermer EF, Yang JJ.  1970.  Distribution and relative abundance of dominant plankton diatoms in Lake Michigan. :64pp..
Gold AJ, Nagel J.  1979.  Douglas Lake Profile. :8pp.,1insert.
Zdeba TW, White DS.  1985.  Ecology of the zoobenthos of southeastern Lake Michigan near the D. C. Cook nuclear power plant. Part 4: Pisidiidae. :85pp..
Witter JA.  1991.  Effects of an air pollution gradient on northern hardwood forests in the northern Great Lakes region. :54pp..
Witter JA.  1988.  Effects of an air pollution gradient on northern hardwood forests in the northern Great Lakes region.
Gold AJ, Ammerman S, Farr D, Gillespie J, Greer L, Pollack S, Secrest MM, Tilchin M, Wendel J.  1978.  Environmental features of Walloon Lake and its watershed (Emmet and Charlevoix Counties, Michigan). :81pp..
Saunders GW, Bachmann RWerner, Trama FB.  1962.  Evaluation of a modified C14 technique for shipboard estimation of photosynthesis in large lakes.
Heimburger H.V.  1913.  The factors that determine the distribution of Boleosoma nigrum in Douglas Lake, Cheboygan County, Michigan.
H. Baker B.  1912.  A few notes on the Mollusca of the Douglas Lake region.
Stoyenoff JL, Witter JA, Leutscher BA.  1998.  Forest health in the north central states. :31pp..
Stoyenoff JL, Witter JA, Leutscher BA.  1997.  Is the forest healthy? North Central Region :10pp..
Spurr SH.  1956.  Forestry Sourcebook, 1956. University of Michigan Biological Station Forest. :46pp..
III GWHunter, Hunter WSanborn.  1935.  Further studies on fish and bird parasites. :267-283.
Kashkashian D, Koch B, Levenson B, Schirle LAnn, Zuckerman J.  1980.  The Glennie Lakes Project: A Water Quality Assessment and Management Strategy for Hunters, North, and Vaughn Lakes. :98pp..
Secrest MM, Nagel J.  1978.  Greenbelts: a circle of protection for inland lakes. :4pp..
Mackie GL, White DS, Zdeba TW.  1980.  A guide to freshwater mollusks of the Laurentian Great Lakes with special emphasis on the genus Pisidium. :144pp..
Ludwig JPinson.  1966.  Herring and Ring-billed Gull populations of the Great Lakes 1960-1965. :80-89.
Say E.W, Paddock MW, Gannon JEdward, Foster WL.  1975.  Inland lake protection in northern Michigan. :40pp..
Zollner GA, Graveline J, Green B, Witmer G.  1971.  Inland Lake Study: Douglas Lake.
Gold AJ, Nagel J.  1979.  Inland lakes pollution problems: septic systems and wastewater treatment alternatives. :8pp..
Bachmann RWerner, Saunders GW, Trama FB.  1961.  Investigations in lake metabolism--photosynthesis: a modified C14 technique for estimations of photosynthesis in large lakes. :163.
Gannon JEdward, Paddock MW.  1974.  Investigations into ecological and sociological determinants of land-use decisions - a study of inland lake watersheds in northern Michigan. :276pp..
Richardson CJ.  1978.  Investigations into ecological and sociological determinants of land-use decisions. Part II. Influence of land use patterns and geology and precipitation chemistry, nutrients in ground water and lake water quality. :190pp..
Henson BL, Kraus DT, McMurtry MJ, Ewert DN.  2010.  Islands of Life: A Biodiversity and Conservation Atlas of the Great Lakes Islands. :154pp..
Heard WH, Burch JB.  1966.  Key to the genera of freshwater pelecypods (mussels and clams) of Michigan. :14pp..
Evans MS.  1983.  Lake Huron crustacean and rotifer zooplankton, 1980: factors affecting community structure with an evaluation of water quality status. :149pp..
Gannon JEdward, Mazur DJ.  1979.  Limnological features of Crooked and Pickerel Lakes, Emmet County, Michigan. Part I: Water Quality and Nutrient Budget. :61pp..
Gold AJ, Gannon JEdward.  1979.  Limnological features of Crooked and Pickerel Lakes, Emmet County, Michigan. Part II. The suitability of soils for on-site wastewater disposal. :18pp..
Gannon JEdward, Stockwell JE.  1978.  Limnological investigation of Florence Lake, South Manitou Island, Michigan. :72pp..
Schelske CL, Roth JC.  1973.  Limnological survey of Lakes Michigan, Superior, Huron and Erie. :108pp..
Welch PSmith.  1950.  A limnological view of the inland waters of Michigan.
Gates FC, Hurd RE.  1920.  Meteorological data, Douglas Lake, Michigan, 1912-1918. :373-78.
Gates FC.  1921.  Meteorological report for the season of 1919 at the University of Michigan Biological Station at Douglas Lake. :213.
McMullen DB.  1941.  Methods used in the control of schistosome dermatitis in Michigan. :379-388.
Albert DA, Minc LD.  1987.  The natural ecology and cultural history of the Colonial Point red oak stands. :80pp..
Tilchin M, Croghan M, Ehlers S, Feeney D, Hughes K, Hummel M, Marshall B, Murray R, Schumaker J, Torf M.  1979.  Non-point pollution assessment in northern Michigan: a ground water monitoring approach in evaluating on-site wastewater disposal systems. :112pp..
.  1974.  Northern Michigan Environmental Research Program. :2pp..
Pearse A.S.  1911.  Notes on Michigan Crustacea. I.
Ruthven AGrant.  1911.  Notes on Michigan reptiles and amphibians, III.
Gleason HAllan.  1918.  Notes on the introduced flora of the Douglas Lake region.
Holman R.M, Reed E..  1918.  Notes on the phytoplankton and other algae of Douglas Lake and vicinity.
E. Butler P.  1920.  Notes on the presence of larval trematodes in the eyes of certain fishes of Douglas Lake, Michigan. :116.