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Zhang N, Zhou X, Shepson PB, Gao H, Alaghmand M, Stirm B..  2009.  Aircraft measurement of HONO vertical profiles over a forested region. Geophysical Research Letters. 36(15)
Hassett JE, Zak DR, Blackwood CB, Pregitzer KS.  2009.  Are Basidiomycete Laccase Gene Abundance and Composition Related to Reduced Lignolytic Activity Under Elevated Atmospheric NO3 − Deposition in a Northern Hardwood Forest? Microbial Ecology. 57(4):728-739.
Seok B, Helmig D., Williams MW, Liptzin D, Chowanski K, Hueber J.  2009.  An automated system for continuous measurements of trace gas fluxes through snow: an evaluation of the gas diffusion method at a subalpine forest site, Niwot Ridge, Colorado. Biogeochemistry. 95(1):95-113.
Campbell LG, Snow AA.  2009.  Can feral weeds evolve from cultivated radish (Raphanus sativus, Brassicaceae)? American Journal of Botany. 96(2):498-506.
Jardine K., Karl T., Lerdau M., Harley P.C, Guenther A., Mak J.E.  2009.  Carbon isotope analysis of acetaldehyde emitted from leaves following mechanical stress and anoxia. Plant Biology. 11(4):591-597.
Bambakidis T.  2009.  Changes in benthic algal community structure following an unpredictable stream-wide desiccation event. Department of Biological Sciences. Master's of Science:64pp..
Wolf MCaroline, III ALMartin, Simon JL, Bergner JL, Moore PA.  2009.  Chemosensory signals in stream habitats: implications for ecological interactions. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 28(3):560-571.
Myers P, Lundrigan BL, Hoffman SMG, Haraminac APoor, Seto SH.  2009.  Climate-induced changes in the small mammal communities of the Northern Great Lakes Region. Global Change Biology. 15(6):1434-1454.
Nave L, Vogel CS, Gough CM, Curtis PS.  2009.  Contribution of atmospheric nitrogen deposition to net primary productivity in a northern hardwood forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 39(6):1108-1118.
Price JJ.  2009.  Evolution and life-history correlates of female song in the New World blackbirds. Behavioral Ecology. 20(5):967-977.
Reiskind MH, Wund MA.  2009.  Experimental assessment of the impacts of northern long-eared bats on ovipositing Culex (Diptera: Culicidae) mosquitoes. Journal of Medical Entomology. 46(5):1037-1044.
Pillsbury RW, McGuire MA.  2009.  Factors Affecting the Distribution of Wild Rice (Zizania palustris) and the Associated Macrophyte Community. Wetlands. 29(2):724-734.
Helmig D., Seok B, Williams MW, Hueber J, Sanford R.  2009.  Fluxes and chemistry of nitrogen oxides in the Niwot Ridge, Colorado, snowpack. Biogeochemistry. 95(1):115-130.
Nave L, Vance ED, Swanston CW, Curtis PS.  2009.  Impacts of elevated N inputs on north temperate forest soil C storage, C/N, and net N-mineralization. Geoderma. 153(1-2):231-240.
Hottle JRobert.  2009.  In-situ laser induced fluorescence detection and modeling of formaldehyde above a forest canopy. Department of Chemistry. Doctor of Philosophy:190pp..
Bump JK, Tischler KB, Schrank AJ, Peterson RO, Vucetich JA.  2009.  Large herbivores and aquatic-terrestrial links in southern boreal forests. Journal of Animal Ecology. 78(2):338-345.
Boone DM.  2009.  The lifelong impact of the research vessel Naiad. Inland Seas. 65(2):101-114.
Farrer EC, Goldberg DE.  2009.  Litter drives ecosystem and plant community changes in cattail invasion. Ecological Applications. 19(2):398-412.
Kim S., Karl T., Helmig D., Daly R., Rasmussen R., Guenther A..  2009.  Measurement of atmospheric sesquiterpenes by proton transfer reaction-mass spectrometry (PTR-MS). Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions. 2:99-112.
Román MO, Schaaf CB, Woodcock CE, Strahler AH, Yang X, Braswell RH, Curtis PS, Davis KJ, Dragoni D, Goulden M et al..  2009.  The MODIS (Collection V005) BRDF/albedo product: Assessment of spatial representativeness over forested landscapes. Remote Sensing of Environment. 113(11):2476-2498.
Brant SV, Loker ES.  2009.  Molecular systematics of the avian schistosome genus Trichobilharzia (Trematoda: Schistosomatidae) in North America. Journal of Parasitology. 95(4):941-963.
Kaplan Z, Fehrer J, C. Hellquist B.  2009.  New Hybrid Combinations Revealed by Molecular Analysis: The Unknown Side of North American Pondweed Diversity (Potamogeton). Systematic Botany. 34(4):625-642.
Edburg SLee.  2009.  A numerical study of turbulence, dispersion, and chemistry within and above forest canopies. College of Engineering and Architecture. Doctor of Philosophy:222pp..
Brown HC, Kim A, Eustice RM.  2009.  An overview of autonomous underwater vehicle research and testbed at PeRL. Marine Technology Society Journal. 43(2):33-47.
Akresh ME, Dinse K, Foufopoulos J, Schubel SC, Kowalczyk T.  2009.  Passerine Breeding and Post-Fledgling Habitat Use in Riparian and Upland Temperate Forests of the American Midwest. The Condor. 111(4):756-762.
Tuchman NC, Larkin DJ, Geddes P, Wildova R, Jankowski KJo, Goldberg DE.  2009.  Patterns of Environmental Change Associated with Typha x glauca Invasion in a Great Lakes Coastal Wetland. Wetlands. 29(3):964-975.
Eller ASarah Dust.  2009.  Plant Responses To A Changing Atmosphere: The Influence Of Exposure To Multiple Gases. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Doctor of Philosophy:142.
Price JJ, Whalen LM.  2009.  Plumage Evolution In The Oropendolas And Caciques: Different Divergence Rates In Polygynous And Monogamous Taxa. Evolution. 63(11):2985-2998.
Strauß J, Lakes-Harlan R.  2009.  Postembryonic development of the auditory system of the cicada Okanagana rimosa (Say) (Homoptera: Auchenorrhyncha: Cicadidae). Zoology. 112(4):305-315.
Mielke LH.  2009.  A quantitative study of biogenic volatile organic compounds using proton transfer reaction linear ion trap mass spectrometry. Department of Chemistry. Doctor of Philosophy:250pp..
Haffner CDiane, Cuthbert FJean, Arnold TW.  2009.  Space use by Great Lakes Piping Plovers during the breeding season. Journal of Field Ornithology. 80(3):270-279.
Knapp J.M, Lowe RL.  2009.  Spatial distribution of epiphytic diatoms on lotic bryophytes. Southeastern Naturalist. 8(2):305-316.
Grant M, Kopple RJVande.  2009.  A stable isotope investigation into the feeding behavior of Brychius hungerfordi Spangler (Coleoptera: Haliplidae), a federally endangered crawling water beetle. The Coleopterists Bulletin. 63(1):71-83.
Fincke OMargaret, Santiago D, Hickner S, Bienek R.  2009.  Susceptibility of larval dragonflies to zebra mussel colonization and its effect on larval movement and survivorship. Hydrobiologia. 624:71-79.
Barnes BVerne.  2009.  Tree Response to Ecosystem Change at the Landscape Level in Eastern North America. Forstarchiv. 80(3):76-89.
Bump JK, Webster CR, Vucetich JA, Peterson RO, Shields JM, Powers MD.  2009.  Ungulate Carcasses Perforate Ecological Filters and Create Biogeochemical Hotspots in Forest Herbaceous Layers Allowing Trees a Competitive Advantage. Ecosystems. 12(6):996-1007.
Turnipseed A., Pressley SNoelle, Karl T., Lamb BK, Nemitz E., Allwine E., Cooper W.A, Shertz S., Guenther A..  2009.  The use of disjunct eddy sampling methods for the determination of ecosystem level fluxes of trace gases. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 9(3):981-994.
Campbell LG, Snow AA, Sweeney PM.  2009.  When divergent life histories hybridize: insights into adaptive life-history traits in an annual weed. New Phytologist. 184(4):806-818.
Gough CM, Flower CE, Vogel CS, Dragoni D, Curtis PS.  2009.  Whole-ecosystem labile carbon production in a north temperate deciduous forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 149(9):1531-1540.
Bump JK, Peterson RO, Vucetich JA.  2009.  Wolves modulate soil nutrient heterogeneity and foliar nitrogen by configuring the distribution of ungulate carcasses. Ecology. 90(11):3159-3167.
M. Woller-Skar M.  2009.  Zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) promotion of cyanobacteria in low-nutrient lakes. Department of Biological Sciences. Doctor of Philosophy:158p..