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Schultz R, Fairchild GWinfield.  1984.  A water quality study of Higgins Lake, Michigan. :129pp..
Schultz DLane.  1986.  Comparative reproductive ecology of the Johnny Darter (Etheostoma nigrum). Doctor of Philosophy:268pp..
Schultz TD, Fincke OM.  2013.  Lost in the crowd or hidden in the grass: signal apparency of female polymorphic damselflies in alternative habitats. Animal Behaviour. 86(5):923-931.
Schroeder HO.  1931.  The genus Rheumatobates and notes on the male genitalia of some Gerridae (Hemiptera, Gerridae). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 20:63-99.
Scholtens BGene, Balogh G.J.  1996.  Spread of Acentria ephemerella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in central North America. Great Lakes Entomologist. 29(1):21-24.
Scholtens BGene.  2010.  Insects: A Strength in Numbers. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :154-162.
Scholtens BGene.  1990.  Pre-alighting host plant location in the Baltimore checkerspot butterfly, Euphydryas phaeton, and its implications for host range evolution in butterflies. Doctor of Philosophy:183pp..
Scholtens BGene, Jr. WHerb Wagne.  1994.  Biology of the genus Hemileuca (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) in Michigan. Great Lakes Entomologist. 27(4):197-207.
Scholtens BGene.  1996.  Moths of the Douglas Lake region (Emmet and Cheboygan counties), Michigan: V. Crambidae and Pyralidae (Lepidoptera). Great Lakes Entomologist. 29(3):141-160.
Scholtens BGene.  1991.  Host plants and habitats of the Baltimore checkerspot butterfly, Euphydryas phaeton (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae), in the Great Lakes region. Great Lakes Entomologist. 24(4):207-217.
Scholtens BGene, Reznik J, Holland J.  2005.  Factors affecting the distribution of the threatened Lake Huron locust (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Journal of Orthoptera Research. 14(1):45-52.
Scholtens BGene, Jr. WHerb Wagne.  1997.  An example of clinal variation in eastern North American buckmoths (Saturniidae: Hemileuca). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society. 51(1):47-56.
Schoen DJ.  1977.  Floral biology of Diervilla lonicera (Caprifoliaceae). Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 104:234-240.
Schniederkotter K, Lakes-Harlan R.  2004.  Infection behavior of a parasitoid fly, Emblemasoma auditrix, and its host cicada Okanagana rimosa. Journal of Insect Science. 4:36-43.
Schnell GD.  1965.  Recording the flight-speed of birds by Doppler radar. Living Bird. 4:79-87.
Schnell GD.  1967.  Additional notes on the birds of Wilderness State Park. Jack Pine Warbler. 45:66-67.
Schneider M.J, Sharp AJ.  1962.  Observations on the reproduction and development of the gametophyte of Tetraphis pellucida in culture. The Bryologist. 65:154-166.
Schmid HPeter, Su H-B, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2003.  Ecosystem-atmosphere exchange of carbon dioxide over a mixed hardwood forest in northern lower Michigan. Journal of Geophysical Research. 108(D14):19pp.
Schmid HPeter, Su H-B, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2000.  Nighttime turbulence statistics and trace gas exchange in a mixed deciduous forest. 14th Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence.
Schmid HPeter, Grimmond C.SB, Cropley F., Su H-B, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2000.  Variability of energy vapor and CO2 exchange over two midwestern deciduous forests. 24th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.
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.
Scheuermann CM, Nave LE, Fahey RT, Nadelhoffer KJ, Gough CM.  2018.  Effects of canopy structure and species diversity on primary production in upper Great Lakes forests. Oecologia. 18842211098218217142537632627632815132609242981265014892535430649351639730292051897617728313279669172151496619199815257(2):405-415.
Schelske CL, Lowe RL.  1982.  Algal nuisances and indicators of pollution: Introduction and Bibliography. Selected Papers in Phycology II. :799-805.
Schelske CL, Stoermer EF, Gannon JEdward, Simmons MS.  1976.  Biological, chemical and physical relationships in the Straits of Mackinac. EPA 600/3-76-095. :267pp..
Schelske CL, Stoermer EF.  1971.  Eutrophication, silica depletion, and predicted changes in algal quality in Lake Michigan. Science. 173:423-424.
Schelske CL, Stoermer EF, Feldt L.E.  1971.  Phytoplankton, nutrients, and primary productivity in Lake Michigan as influenced by upwelling. 14th Conference on Great Lakes Research. :102-113.
Schelske CL, Stoermer EF.  1972.  Phosphorus, silica, and eutrophication of Lake Michigan: The limiting nutrient controversy. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Symposium. 1
Schelske CL, Roth JC.  1973.  Limnological survey of Lakes Michigan, Superior, Huron and Erie. :108pp..
Scheiner SM, Istock CAlan.  1994.  Species enrichment in a transitional landscape, northern lower Michigan. Canadian Journal of Botany. 72:217-226.
Scheiner SM, Teeri JA.  1987.  Rapid genotypic change in a population of the grass Danthonia spicata following disturbance. Canadian Journal of Botany. 65:1819-1823.
Scheiner SM, Teeri JA.  1986.  Phenotypic flexibility and genetic adaptation along a gradient of secondary forest succession in the grass Danthonia spicata. Canadian Journal of Botany. 64:739-747.
Scheiner SM.  1983.  The persistence of Danthonia spicata during secondary succession. Doctor of Philosophy:170pp..
Scheiner SM, Teeri JA.  1981.  A 53-year record of forest succession following fire in northern lower Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 20:3-14.
Scheiner SM.  1988.  The seed bank and above-ground vegetation in an upland pine-hardwood succession. Michigan Botanist. 27:99-106.
Scheiner SM, Gurevitch J, Teeri JA.  1984.  A genetic analysis of the photosynthetic properties of populations of Danthonia spicata that have different growth responses to light level. Oecologia. 64:74-77.
Scheiner SM.  1992.  Measuring pattern diversity. Ecology. 73(5):1860-1867.
Scheiner SM.  1988.  Population dynamics of an herbaceous perennial Danthonia spicata during secondary forest succession. The American Midlands Naturalist. 119:268-281.
Scheiner SM, Goodnight CJ.  1984.  The comparison of phenotypic plasticity and genetic variation in populations of the grass Danthonia spicata. Evolution. 38:845-855.
Scheiner SM.  1989.  Variable selection along a successional gradient. Evolution. 43(3):548-562.
Scheiner SM.  1987.  Size and fecundity hierarchies in an herbaceous perennial. Oecologia. 74:128-132.
Scheiner SM, Istock CAlan.  1987.  Affinity analysis: methodologies and statistical inference. Vegetatio. 72:89-93.
Scheiner SM, Teeri JA.  1986.  Microhabitat selection and the successional gradient of a forest grass. Canadian Journal of Botany. 64:734-738.
Scheiner SM.  1990.  Affinity analysis: effects of sampling. Vegetatio. 86:175-181.
Scheiner SM, Sharik TL, Roberts MRichard, Kopple RJVande.  1988.  Tree density and modes of tree recruitment in a Michigan pine-hardwood forest after clear-cutting and burning. The Canadian Field-Naturalist. 102(4):634-638.
Schaetzl RJ, Isard SA.  1996.  Regional-scale relationships between climate and strength of podzolization in the Great Lakes region, North America. Catena. 28(1):47-69.
Schaetzl RJ.  1994.  Changes in O horizon mass, thickness and carbon content following fire in northern hardwood forests. Vegetatio. 115:41-50.
Schaetzl RJ, Jr. FJKrist, Rindfleisch PR, Liebens J, Williams TE.  2000.  Postglacial landscape evolution of northeastern lower Michigan, interpreted from soils and sediments. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 90(3):443-466.
Schaetzl RJ, Barnes BVerne.  2010.  Landforms, Physical Landscapes, and Glacial History. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :25-35.
Say E.W, Paddock MW, Gannon JEdward, Foster WL.  1975.  Inland lake protection in northern Michigan. :40pp..
Saunders SP, Cuthbert FJ.  2014.  Genetic and environmental influences on fitness-related traits in an endangered shorebird population. Biological Conservation. 177:26-34.
Saunders GW.  1964.  Studies of primary productivity in the Great Lakes. :122-129.
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.
Saunders SP, Ong TWei Ying, Cuthbert FJ.  2013.  Auditory and visual threat recognition in captive-reared Great Lakes piping plovers (Charadrius melodus). Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 144(3-4):153-162.
Saunders SP, Roche EA, Arnold TW, Cuthbert FJean.  2012.  Female site familiarity increases fledging success in piping plovers (Charadrius melodus). The Auk. 129(2):329-337.
Saunders SP, Arnold TW, Roche EA, Cuthbert FJ.  2014.  Age-specific survival and recruitment of piping plovers Charadrius melodus in the Great Lakes region. Journal of Avian Biology. (5):437-449.
Saunders GW, Bachmann RWerner, Trama FB.  1962.  Evaluation of a modified C14 technique for shipboard estimation of photosynthesis in large lakes.
Saunders GW.  1958.  The application of radioactive tracers to the study of lake metabolism. Doctor of Philosophy:102pp..
Sargent KW.  1985.  Wetland values: benefits of wetland preservation in Michigan. :39pp..
Sanger R, Gannon JEdward.  1979.  Vegetation succession in Smith's Bog, Cheboygan County, Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 18:59-69.
Sandground J.H.  1934.  Nematostrigea serpens (nom. nov.) a redescription of Holostomum serpens Nitzsch 1819. Journal of Parasitology. 26:278-281.
Sandground J.H.  1935.  Spirura michiganensis n. sp. and Rictularia halli n. sp., two new parasitic nematodes from Eutamias striatus lysteri (Richardson). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 54:155-166.
Sanderson MW.  1938.  A monographic revision of the North American species of Stenelmis (Dryopidae: Coleoptera). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 25:635-717.
Sanders CJ, Knight F.B.  1968.  Natural regulation of the aphid Pterocomma populifoliae on bigtooth aspen in northern lower Michigan. Ecology. 49:234-244.
Sanders CJ.  1965.  Natural regulation of the aphid Pterocomma populifoliae on big tooth aspen suckers in northern Michigan. Doctor of Philosophy:105pp..
Samuels GJ.  1976.  A revision of the fungi formerly classified as Nectria subgenus Hyphonectria. Memoirs of The New York Botanical Garden. 26:1-126.
Sakai AK, Sulak JAH.  1985.  Four decades of secondary succession in two lowland permanent plots in northern lower Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 113:146-157.
Sakai AK, Burris TA.  1985.  Growth in male and female aspen clones: a twenty-five year longitudinal study. Ecology. 66:1921-1927.
Sakai AK, Roberts MRichard, Jolls CL.  1985.  Successional changes in a mature aspen forest in northern lower Michigan: 1974-1981. The American Midlands Naturalist. 113:271-282.
Sakai AK.  1990.  Sexual reproduction of red maple (Acer rubrum) in northern lower Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 123:309-318.
Sakai AK, Sharik TL.  1988.  Clonal growth of male and female bigtooth aspen (Populus grandidentata). Ecology. 69:2031-2033.
Sakai AK.  1990.  Sex ratios of red maple (Acer rubrum) populations in northern lower Michigan. Ecology. 71:571-580.
Sailer RIvan.  1950.  Nest temperature of the common yellow jacket, Vespula arenaria (F.). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 23(4):134-137.
Sailer RIvan.  1948.  The genus Trichocorixa. The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 32:289-407.
Sagara B, Fahey R, Vogel C, Fotis A, Curtis P, Gough C.  2018.  Moderate Disturbance Has Similar Effects on Production Regardless of Site Quality and Composition. Forests. 95067Volume 32(2):70.
Sagady J.  1999.  Comparison of principal component analysis and positive matrix factorization as source identification tools for atmospheric particulate and gaseous constituents. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. :142.
Saeki I, Dick C.W, Barnes BVerne, Murakami N.  2011.  Comparative phylogeography of red maple (Acer rubrum L.) and silver maple (Acer saccharinum L.): impacts of habitat specialization, hybridization and glacial history. Journal of Biogeography. 38(5):992-1005.
Sabrosky CW.  1944.  A revision of the American spider parasites of the genera Ogcodes and Acrocera (Diptera, Acroceridae). The American Midlands Naturalist. 31:385-413.