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2005
Rier ST, Tuchman NCrandall, Wetzel RG.  2005.  Chemical changes to leaf litter from trees grown under elevated CO2 and the implications for microbial utilization in a stream ecosystem. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 62:185-194.
Myers P, Lundrigan BL, Kopple RJVande.  2005.  Climate change and the distribution of Peromyscus in Michigan: Is global warming already having an impact? Mammalian Diversification: from Chromosomes to Phylogeography (A celebration of the career of James L. Patton). 133:101-125.
Smits MM, Hoffland E, Jongmans AG, van Breemen N.  2005.  Contribution of mineral tunneling to total feldspar weathering. Geoderma. 125:59-69.
Smits MM.  2005.  Ectomycorrhizal fungi and biogeochemical cycles of boreal forests. Doctor of Philosophy:121pp..
Wetzel RG, Tuchman NCrandall.  2005.  Effects of atmospheric CO2 enrichment and sunlight on degradation of plant particulate and dissolved organic matter and microbial utilization. Archiv fur Mikrobiologie. 162(3):287-308.
Adams JA, Tuchman NC, Moore PA.  2005.  Effects of CO 2 -altered detritus on growth and chemically mediated decisions in crayfish ( Procambarus clarkii ). Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 24(2):330-345.
Bovard B.D, Curtis PS, Vogel CS, Su H-B, Schmid HPeter.  2005.  Environmental controls on sap flow in a northern hardwood forest. Tree Physiology. 25:31-38.
Jacobus J, Ivan LN.  2005.  Evaluating the effects of habitat patchiness on small fish assemblages in a Great Lakes coastal marsh. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 31:466-481.
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.
King JS, Pregitzer KS, Zak DR, Holmes WE, Schmidt K..  2005.  Fine root chemistry and decomposition in model communities of north-temperate tree species show little response to elevated atmospheric CO2 and varying soil resource availability. Oecologia. 146:318-328.
Jr. AJHogg, Kopple RJVande, Nadelhoffer K.  2005.  Focus on Field Stations: University of Michigan Biological Station (UMBS). Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 86(1):49-56.
Voss EG.  2005.  Gazetteer of some possibly puzzling collecting localities for Michigan plants. Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium. 24:189-225.
Snow AA, Andow D.A, Gepts P., Hallerman E.M, Power A., Tiedje J.M, Wolfenbarger L.L.  2005.  Genetically engineered organisms and the environment: current status and recommendations. Ecological Applications. 15(2):377v404.
Petrillo HA, Witter JA.  2005.  Invertebrate Biodiversity in Northern Hardwood Ecosystems under Varying Disturbance Regimes. Beech Bark Disease: Proceedings of the Beech Bark Disease Symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-331:88-91.
Wund MA.  2005.  Learning and the development of habitat-specific bat echolocation. Animal Behaviour. 70:441-450.
Wund MA.  2005.  Learning in the development of phenotypically plastic bat echolocation. Doctor of Philosophy:177pp..
Pressley SNoelle, Lamb BK, Westberg HH, Flaherty J, Chen J, Vogel CS.  2005.  Long-term isoprene flux measurements above a northern hardwood forest. Journal of Geophysical Research. 110:12pp.
Hill K.A, Shepson PB, Galbavy ES, Anastasio C.  2005.  Measurement of wet deposition of inorganic and organic nitrogen in a forest environment. Journal of Geophysical Research. 110(G2)
Fairchild MP, Holomuzki JR.  2005.  Multiple predator effects on microdistributions, survival, and drift of stream hydropsychid caddisflies. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 24(1):101-112.
Wolf MCaroline.  2005.  Neural and behavioral responses to complex odor stimuli using crayfish as a model system. Department of Biological Sciences. Doctor of Philosophy:137pp..
de Vries T, Lakes-Harlan R.  2005.  Phonotaxis of the female parasitoid Emblemasoma auditrix (Diptera, Sarcophagidae) in relation to number of larvae and age. Zoology. 108:239-246.
MacDonald KP, Bach CE.  2005.  Resistance and tolerance to herbivory in Salix cordata are affected by environmental factors. Ecological Entomology. 30:581-589.
Curtis PS, Vogel CS, Gough CM, Schmid HPeter, Su H-B, Bovard B.D.  2005.  Respiratory carbon losses and the carbon-use efficiency of a northern hardwood forest, 1999-2003. New Phytologist. 167(2):437-456.
Pecor KWayne.  2005.  Some aspects of the chemical ecology of the crayfish Orconectes virilis and O. rusticus. Doctor of Philosophy:135pp..
Keller TAllen, Moy ML, Stock AL, Hazlett BA.  2005.  Stream periphyton responses to nutrient enrichment and crayfish reductions. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 20(2):303-310.
Jacobus J, Webb PW.  2005.  Using fish distributions and behavior in patchy habitats to evaluate potential effects of fragmentation on small marsh fishes: a case study. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 31(Suppl. 1):197-211.
2004
Stölting H, Moore TE, Lakes-Harlan R.  2004.  Acoustic communication in Okanagana rimosa (Say) (Homoptera: Cicadidae). Zoology. 107:243-257.
Zak DR, Pregitzer KS, Holmes WE, Burton AJames, Zogg GP.  2004.  Anthropogenic N deposition and the fate of 15NO3- in a northern hardwood ecosystem. Biogeochemistry. 69:143-157.
DeForest JL, Zak DR, Pregitzer KS, Burton AJames.  2004.  Atmospheric nitrate deposition and the microbial degradation of cellobiose and vanillin in a northern hardwood forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 36(6):965-971.
DeForest JL, Zak DR, Pregitzer KS, Burton AJames.  2004.  Atmospheric nitrate deposition, microbial community composition, and enzyme activity in northern hardwood forests. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 68:132-138.
Karl T, Guenther A.  2004.  Atmospheric variability of biogenic VOCs in the surface layer measured by proton-transfer-reaction mass spectrometry. International Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 239(2-3):77-86.
White LL, Zak DR, Barnes BVerne.  2004.  Biomass accumulation and soil nitrogen availability in an 87-year-old Populus grandidentata chronosequence. Forest Ecology and Management. 191:121-127.
Curtis PS.  2004.  Biosphere-atmosphere interactions. New Phytologist. 162:3-5.
Kita M, Nakamura Y, Okumura Y, Ohdachi SD, Oba Y, Yoshikuni M, Kido H, Uemura D.  2004.  Blarina toxin, a mammalian lethal venom from the short-tailed shrew Blarina brevicauda: isolation and characterization. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 101(20):7542-7547.
Barbehenn RV, Chen Z, Karowe DN, Spickard A.  2004.  C3 grasses have higher nutritional quality than C4 grasses under ambient and elevated atmospheric CO2. Global Change Biology. 10:1565-1575.
Johnston CA, Groffman P, Breshears DD, Cardon ZG, Currie W, Emanuel W, Gaudinski J, Jackson RB, Lajtha K, Nadelhoffer K et al..  2004.  Carbon cycling in soil. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 2(10):522-528.
Pregitzer KS, Zak DR, Burton AJames, Ashby JA, MacDonald NW.  2004.  Chronic nitrate additions dramatically increase the export of carbon and nitrogen from northern hardwood ecosystems. Biogeochemistry. 68:179-197.
Grossenbacher JW, Jr. DJBarket, Shepson PB, Carroll MAnne, Olszyna K, Apel EC.  2004.  A comparison of isoprene nitrate concentrations at two forest-impacted sites. Journal of Geophysical Research. 109(D11):1-7.
L. Prather A, Alvarez-Fuentes O, Mayfield MH, Ferguson CJ.  2004.  The decline of plant collecting in the United States: a threat to the infrastructure of biodiversity studies. Systematic Botany. 29(1):15-28.
Barbour MT, Norton SB, H. Preston R, Thornton KW.  2004.  Ecological Assessment of Aquatic Resources: Linking Science to Decision-Making. Pellston Workshop on Ecological Assessment of Aquatic Resources: Applications, Implementations, and Communications: 16-21 September 2000. :272pp..
Barbehenn RV, Karowe DN, Spickard A.  2004.  Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on the nutritional ecology of C3 and C4 grass-feeding caterpillars. Oecologia. 140:86-95.
DeForest JL.  2004.  Elevated atmospheric NO3- deposition in northern hardwood forests: impacts on the microbial mechanisms of plant litter decomposition. Doctor of Philosophy:94pp..
Schulz K., Jarvis A.J..  2004.  Environmental and biological controls on the seasonal variations in latent heat fluxes derived from flux data for three forest sites. Water Resources Research. 40(12):1-10.
L. Prather A, Alvarez-Fuentes O, Mayfield MH, Ferguson CJ.  2004.  Implications of the decline in plant collecting for systematic and floristic research. Systematic Botany. 29(1):216-220.
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.
Pressley SNoelle.  2004.  Isoprene flux measurements above a northern hardwood forest. Doctor of Philosophy:164pp..
Di Carlo P, Brune WH, Martinez M, Harder H, Lesher R, Ren X, Thornberry TDean, Carroll MAnne, Young V, Shepson PB et al..  2004.  Missing OH reactivity in a forest: evidence for unknown reactive biogenic VOCs. Science. 304:722-725.
Lee T.  2004.  Morphology and phylogenetic relationships of genera of North American Sphaeriidae (Bivalvia, Veneroida). American Malacological Bulletin. 19:1-13.
Kummel M.  2004.  Partner choice in ectomycorrhizal mutualism. Doctor of Philosophy:162pp..
Barbehenn RV, Karowe DN, Chen Z.  2004.  Performance of a generalist grasshopper on a C3 and a C4 grass: compensation for the effects of elevated CO2 on plant nutritional quality. Oecologia. 140:96-103.