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Karowe DN, Grubb C.  2011.  Elevated CO2 increases constitutive phenolics and trichomes, but decreases inducibility of phenolics in Brassica rapa (Brassicaceae). Journal of Chemical Ecology. 37(12):1332-1340.
Walls JM, Eustice RM.  2011.  Experimental comparison of synchronous-clock cooperative acoustic navigation algorithms. Proceedings of the IEEE/MTS OCEANS Conference and Exhibition. :1-7.
Nave L, Vance ED, Swanston CW, Curtis PS.  2011.  Fire effects on temperate forest soil C and N storage. Ecological Applications. 21(4):1189-1201.
Foster HR, Keller TAllen.  2011.  Flow in culverts as a potential mechanism of stream fragmentation for native and nonindigenous crayfish species. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 30(4):1129-1137.
Dronova I, Bergen KM, Ellsworth DS.  2011.  Forest Canopy Properties and Variation in Aboveground Net Primary Production over Upper Great Lakes Landscapes. Ecosystems. 14(6):865-879.
Hollandsworth D, Lowe RL, Badra P.  2011.  Indigenous unionid clam refugia from zebra mussels in Michigan inland lakes. The American Midland Naturalist. 166(2):369-378.
Garrity SR.  2011.  The influence of leaf pigments, phenology, and solar radiation regime on remotely sensed estimates of photosynthetic efficiency and photosynthetic potential, canopy photosynthesis,and net ecosystem exchange. College of Natural Resources. Doctor of Philosophy:152.
Ryu Y, Baldocchi DD, Kobayashi H, van Ingen C, Li J, T. Black A, Beringer J, van Gorsel E, Knohl A, Law BE et al..  2011.  Integration of MODIS land and atmosphere products with a coupled-process model to estimate gross primary productivity and evapotranspiration from 1 km to global scales. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 25(4):1-24.
Kanawade V.P, Jobson B.T, Guenther A., Erupe M.E, Pressley SNoelle, Tripathi S.N, Lee S.H..  2011.  Isoprene suppression of new particle formation in a mixed deciduous forest. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 11(12):6013-6027.
Talhelm AF.  2011.  Long-term global change effects on forest biogeochemistry in the north-central United States. Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Science. Doctor of Philosophy:183pp..
Snow AA, Campbell LG.  2011.  Long-term introgression of crop alleles in weed populations. February:3pp..
Taylor K.  2011.  Marginalia for a Natural History. :45pp..
Larkin DJ, Freyman MJ, Lishawa SC, Geddes P, Tuchman NC.  2011.  Mechanisms of dominance by the invasive hybrid cattail Typha × glauca. Biological Invasions.
Galloway MM.  2011.  Mechanisms of VOC Oxidation and Aerosol Formation: Atmospheric Organic Chemistry of Glyoxal. Chemistry. Doctor of Philosophy:134.
Zak DR, Pregitzer KS, Burton AJ, Edwards IP, Kellner H.  2011.  Microbial responses to a changing environment: implications for the future functioning of terrestrial ecosystems. Fungal Ecology. 4(6):386-395.
Zhou X, Zhang N, TerAvest M, Tang D, Hou J, Bertman SB, Alaghmand M, Shepson PB, Carroll MAnne, Griffith S et al..  2011.  Nitric acid photolysis on forest canopy surface as a source for tropospheric nitrous acid. Nature Geoscience. 4(7):440-443.
Talhelm AF, Pregitzer KS, Burton AJames.  2011.  No evidence that chronic nitrogen additions increase photosynthesis in mature sugar maple forests. Ecological Applications. 21(7):2413-2424.
Farrer EC, Goldberg DE.  2011.  Patterns and mechanisms of conspecific and heterospecific interactions in a dry perennial grassland. Journal of Ecology. 99(1):265-276.
Karowe DN, Migliaccio A.  2011.  Performance of the legume-feeding herbivore, Colias philodice (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) is not Affected by Elevated CO2. Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 5(2):107-114.
Vannette RL, Hunter MD.  2011.  Plant defence theory re-examined: nonlinear expectations based on the costs and benefits of resource mutualisms. Journal of Ecology. 99(1):66-76.
Morris RD, Weseloh D.V, Wires LR, Pekarik C, Cuthbert FJean, Moore DJ.  2011.  Population Trends of Ring-billed Gulls Breeding on the North American Great Lakes, 1976 to 2009. Waterbirds. 34(2):202-212.
Eller ASarah Dust, McGuire K.L, Sparks JP.  2011.  Responses of sugar maple and hemlock seedlings to elevated carbon dioxide under altered above- and belowground nitrogen sources. Tree Physiology. 31(4):11pp..
Hardiman B, Bohrer G, Gough CM, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2011.  The role of canopy structural complexity in wood net primary production of a maturing northern deciduous forest. Ecology. 92(9):1818-1827.
Edwards IP, Zak DR, Kellner H, Eisenlord SD, Pregitzer KS.  2011.  Simulated Atmospheric N Deposition Alters Fungal Community Composition and Suppresses Ligninolytic Gene Expression in a Northern Hardwood Forest. PLoS ONE. 6(6):1-10.
Patterson SL, Zak DR, Burton AJames, Talhelm AF, Pregitzer KS.  2011.  Simulated N deposition negatively impacts sugar maple regeneration in a northern hardwood ecosystem. Journal of Applied Ecology. 49:155-163.
van Diepen LTA, Lilleskov EA, Pregitzer KS.  2011.  Simulated nitrogen deposition affects community structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in northern hardwood forests. Molecular Ecology. 20(4):799-811.
Yarnes C, Santos F, Singh N, Abiven S, Schmidt MWI, Bird JA.  2011.  Stable isotopic analysis of pyrogenic organic matter in soils by liquid chromatography-isotope-ratio mass spectrometry of benzene polycarboxylic acids. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 25(24):3723-3731.
Richardson AD, Anderson RS, M Arain A, Barr AG, Bohrer G, Chen G, Chen JM, Ciais P, Davis KJ, Desai AR et al..  2011.  Terrestrial biosphere models need better representation of vegetation phenology: results from the North American Carbon Program Site Synthesis. Global Change Biology. 18(2):566-584.
Xu M, Fincke OMargaret.  2011.  Tests of the harassment-reduction function and frequency-dependent maintenance of a female-specific color polymorphism in a damselfly. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. :1-13.
Yuan W., Luo Y., Liang S., Yu G., Niu S., Stoy P., Chen J., Desai A.R, Lindroth A., Gough CM et al..  2011.  Thermal adaptation of net ecosystem exchange. Biogeosciences. 8(6):1453-1463.
Nave L, Curtis PS.  2011.  Uptake and partitioning of simulated atmospheric N inputs in Populus tremuloides – Pinus strobus forest mesocosms. Botany. 89(6):379-386.
Price JJ, Clapp MK, Omland KE.  2011.  Where have all the trees gone? The declining use of phylogenies in animal behaviour journals Animal Behaviour. 81(3)
Meuti ME, Jones SC, Curtis PS.  2010.  15N discrimination and the sensitivity of nitrogen fixation to changes in dietary nitrogen in Reticulitermes flavipes (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae). Environmental Entomology. 39(6):1810-1815.
Slade J.H, VanReken T, Mwaniki G.R, Bertman SB, Stirm B., Shepson PB.  2010.  Aerosol production from the surface of the Great Lakes. Geophysical Research Letters. 37(18)
Hollinger D, Ollinger S.V, Richardson AD, Meyers T, D Dail B, Martin M.E, Scott N.A, Arkebauer T.J, Baldocchi D, Clark K.L et al..  2010.  Albedo estimates for land surface models and support for a new paradigm based on foliage nitrogen concentration. Global Change Biology. 16(2):696-710.
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.
Kelly JJ, Bansal A., Winkelman J., Janus L.R, Hell S., Wencel M., Belt P., Kuehn KA, Rier ST, Tuchman NCrandall.  2010.  Alteration of microbial communities colonizing leaf litter in a temperate woodland stream by growth of trees under conditions of elevated atmospheric CO2. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 76(15):4950-4959.
Roche EA, Arnold TW, Cuthbert FJean.  2010.  Apparent nest abandonment as evidence for breeding season mortality in Great Lakes Piping Plovers. The Auk. 127(2):402-410.
Lowe RL, Pillsbury RW, Schrank AJ.  2010.  Aquatic Ecosystems of Northern Michigan. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :50-60.
Pillsbury R.  2010.  Aquatic Impacts. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :196-202.
C. Hellquist B.  2010.  Aquatic Vascular Plants. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :77-84.
Mueller KL, Yadav V, Curtis PS, Vogel CS, Michalak AM.  2010.  Attributing the variability of eddy-covariance CO2 flux measurements across temporal scales using geostatistical regression for a mixed northern hardwood forest. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 24(3)
Brown HC, Jenkins LK, Meadows GA, Shuchman RA.  2010.  BathyBoat: an autonomous surface vessel for stand-alone survey and underwater vehicle network supervision. Marine Technology Society Journal. 44:20-29.
Webb PW, Schrank AJ.  2010.  Biological Station Fishes. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :132-142.
LeDee O., Nelson K, Cuthbert FJean.  2010.  The Challenge of Threatened and Endangered Species Management in Coastal Areas. Coastal Management. 38(4):337-353.
Nadelhoffer K, Jr. AJHogg, Hazlett BA.  2010.  The changing environment of northern Michigan: a century of science and nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :x,214p..
Wires LR, Cuthbert FJean.  2010.  Characteristics of double-crested cormorant colonies in the U.S. Great Lakes island landscape. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 36(2):232-241.
Bertman SB.  2010.  Climate Change. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :173-180.
Yi C, Ricciuto D, Li R, Wolbeck J, Xu X, Nilsson M, Aires L, Albertson JD, Ammann C, M Arain A et al..  2010.  Climate control of terrestrial carbon exchange across biomes and continents. Environmental Research Letters. 5(3):034007.
Sulman BN, Desai AR, Saliendra NZ, Lafleur PM, Flanagan LB, Sonnentag O, D. Mackay S, Barr AG, van der Kamp G.  2010.  CO2 Fluxes at northern fens and bogs have opposite responses to inter-annual fluctuations in water table. Geophysical Research Letters. 37(19):1-5.