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Fatichi S, Pappas C, Ivanov VY.  2015.  Modeling plant-water interactions: an ecohydrological overview from the cell to the global scale. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water. :n/a-n/a.
Bond-Lamberty B., Fisk J.P, Holm J.A, Bailey V., Bohrer G., Gough C.M.  2015.  Moderate forest disturbance as a stringent test for gap and big-leaf models. Biogeosciences. 12(2):513-526.
Stuart-Haëntjens EJ, Curtis PS, Fahey RT, Vogel CS, Gough CM.  2015.  Net primary production of a temperate deciduous forest exhibits a threshold response to increasing disturbance severity. Ecology. 96(9):2478-2487.
Matheny AM, Bohrer G, Garrity SR, Morin TH, Howard CJ, Vogel CS.  2015.  Observations of stem water storage in trees of opposing hydraulic strategies. Ecosphere. 6(9):art165.
TRON NANINA, BEUTER LIESA-KRISTIN, Lakes-Harlan R.  2015.  Phonotactic behaviour and vertical sound source localisation of the parasitoid fly Emblemasoma auditrix (Diptera: Sarcophagidae). Ecological Entomology. 40201412120951091261751872619328266103841020845175204193193581792024185108210753351941467467(6):707-716.
Jolls CL, Marik JE, Hamzé SI, Havens K.  2015.  Population viability analysis and the effects of light availability and litter on populations of Cirsium pitcheri, a rare, monocarpic perennial of Great Lakes shorelines. Biological Conservation. 187:82-90.
Fahey RT, Fotis AT, Woods KD.  2015.  Quantifying canopy complexity and effects on productivity and resilience in late-successional hemlock–hardwood forests. Ecological Applications. 25(3):834-847.
Mojekwu NLionel.  2015.  Reconstruction of the Pollution, and Limnological History of Douglas Lake (Michigan) using Biomarkers. Earth and Environmental Sciences. :1-131.
Seok B, Helmig D, Liptzin D, Williams MW, Vogel CS.  2015.  Snowpack-atmosphere gas exchanges of carbon dioxide, ozone, and nitrogen oxides at a hardwood forest site in northern Michigan. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene. 3:000040.
Freedman Z, Zak DR.  2015.  Soil bacterial communities are shaped by temporal and environmental filtering: evidence from a long-term chronosequence. Environmental Microbiology. :1-11.
Fincke OM.  2015.  Trade-offs in female signal apparency to males offer alternative anti-harassment strategies for colour polymorphic females. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.
Campbell LM, Drevnick PE.  2015.  Use of Catalogued Long-term Biological Collections and Samples for Determining Changes in Contaminant Exposure to Organisms. Environmental Contaminants: Using natural archives to track sources and long-term trends in pollution. 18
Cheng SJ, Bohrer G, Steiner AL, Hollinger DY, Suyker A, Phillips RP, Nadelhoffer KJ.  2015.  Variations in the influence of diffuse light on gross primary productivity in temperate ecosystems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 201:98-110.
Rutter JE.  2016.  Bird Friendly Beaches: Evaluating dog and human interactions with Great Lakes piping plovers (Charadrius melodus) and other shorebirds. M.S.:72.
Ibáñez I, Zak DR, Burton AJ, Pregitzer KS.  2016.  Chronic nitrogen deposition alters tree allometric relationships: implications for biomass production and carbon storage. Ecological Applications. 26(3):913-925.
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.
Howey MCL, Sullivan FB, Tallant J, Kopple RVande, Palace MW.  2016.  Detecting Precontact Anthropogenic Microtopographic Features in a Forested Landscape with Lidar: A Case Study from the Upper Great Lakes Region, AD 1000-1600. PLOS ONE. 11(9):e0162062.
Ibáñez I, McCarthy-Neumann S.  2016.  Effects of mycorrhizal fungi on tree seedling growth: quantifying the parasitism–mutualism transition along a light gradient. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 46(1):48-57.
Fahey RT, Stuart-Haëntjens EJ, Gough CM, De La Cruz A, Stockton E, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2016.  Evaluating forest subcanopy response to moderate severity disturbance and contribution to ecosystem-level productivity and resilience. Forest Ecology and Management. 376:135-147.
Moore PA.  2016.  The Hidden Power of Smell: How Chemicals Influence Our Lives and Behavior.
Howey MCL, Frederick K.  2016.  Immovable food storage facilities, knowledge, and landscape in non-sedentary societies: Perspectives from northern Michigan. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 42:37-55.
Melaas EK, Sulla-Menashe D, Gray JM, Black AT, Morin TH, Richardson AD, Friedl MA.  2016.  Multisite analysis of land surface phenology in North American temperate and boreal deciduous forests from Landsat. Remote Sensing of Environment. 186:452-464.
Cheng SJ.  2016.  Shedding Light on Photosynthesis: The Impacts of Atmospheric Conditions and Plant Canopy Structure on Ecosystem Carbon Uptake. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. :145.
Lawrence BA, Bourke K, Lishawa SC, Tuchman NC.  2016.  Typha invasion associated with reduced aquatic macroinvertebrate abundance in northern Lake Huron coastal wetlands. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 42(6):1412-1419.
Dority D, J. Price J, Pruett-Jones S.  2016.  Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers ( Sphyrapicus varius) alter sap well locations in response to experimentally induced tree damage. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 128(3):619-623.
Curtis PS, Gough CM.  2018.  Forest aging, disturbance and the carbon cycle. New Phytologist. 11520893601651821063897135849211621871824561134551414214063216481771017273619659947400305
Fotis AT, Morin TH, Fahey RT, Hardiman BS, Bohrer G, Curtis PS.  2018.  Forest structure in space and time: Biotic and abiotic determinants of canopy complexity and their effects on net primary productivity. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 250-251:181-191.
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.
Fahey RT, Alveshere BC, Burton JI, D'Amato AW, Dickinson YL, Keeton WS, Kern CC, Larson AJ, Palik BJ, Puettmann KJ et al..  2018.  Shifting conceptions of complexity in forest management and silviculture. Forest Ecology and Management.
Gibson C, Hatton P-J, Bird JA, Nadelhoffer K, Le Moine J, Filley T.  2018.  Tree taxa and pyrolysis temperature interact to control pyrogenic organic matter induced native soil organic carbon priming. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 119:174-183.
Gunsch MJ, May NW, Wen M, Bottenus CLH, Gardner DJ, VanReken TM, Bertman SB, Hopke PK, Ault AP, Pratt KA.  2018.  Ubiquitous Influence of Wildfire Emissions and Secondary Organic Aerosol on Summertime Atmospheric Aerosol in the Forested Great Lakes Region. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions. :1-30.
Gunsch MJ, May NW, Wen M, Bottenus CLH, Gardner DJ, VanReken TM, Bertman SB, Hopke PK, Ault AP, Pratt KA.  2018.  Ubiquitous influence of wildfire emissions and secondary organic aerosol on summertime atmospheric aerosol in the forested Great Lakes region. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 18(5):3701-3715.