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Griffith ME.  1945.  The environment, life history and structure of the water boatman, Ramphocorixa acuminata (Uhler) (Hemiptera, Corixidae). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 30(Pt. 2, 14):241-365.
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Gresens SE, Lowe RL.  1994.  Periphyton patch preference in grazing chironomid larvae. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 13(1):89-99.
Greenwood JL.  1998.  The effects of pH and light on periphyton communities in a Michigan wetland. Master of Science:48pp..
Greenwood JL, Lowe RL.  2006.  The effects of pH on a periphyton community in an acidic wetland, USA. Hydrobiologia. 561:71-82.
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Grant M, Scholtens BGene, Kopple RJVande, Ebbers BC.  2002.  Size estimate of a local population of Brychius hungerfordi (Coleoptera: Haliplidae). Great Lakes Entomologist. 35(1):23-26.
Grant M, ROBISON ANDREW, Fincke OM.  2013.  Use of stable isotopes to assess the intraspecific foraging niche of males and female colour morphs of the damselfly Enallagma hageni. Ecological Entomology.
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.
Grant M, Kopple RJVande, Ebbers BC.  2000.  New distribution record for the endangered crawling water beetle Brychius hungerfordi (Coleoptera: Haliplidae) and notes on seasonal abundance and food preferences. Great Lakes Entomologist. 33:165-168.
Grant M.  1995.  Cedarville Bay water quality survey. :28pp..
Graham WL.  1969.  The occurrence of the lichen complex, Cetraria ciliaris, in the Straits region of Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 8:67-71.
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Gough CM, Vogel CS, Schmid HPeter, Curtis PS.  2008.  Controls on annual forest carbon storage: lessons from the past and predictions for the future. BioScience. 58(7):609-622.
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Gough CM, Nave L.  2011.  Biogeochemical cycles in future forests: Linking structure and function using multiple research approaches at the University of Michigan Biological Station. 4:4-7.
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Gough CM, Hardiman BS, Nave L, Bohrer G, Maurer KD, Vogel CS, Nadelhoffer KJ, Curtis PS.  2013.  Sustained carbon uptake and storage following moderate disturbance in a Great Lakes forest. Ecological Applications. 23(5):1205-1215.
Gough CM, Flower CE, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2010.  Phenological and Temperature Controls on the Temporal Non-Structural Carbohydrate Dynamics of Populus grandidentata and Quercus rubra. Forests. 1(1):65-81.
Gough CM, Vogel CS, Schmid HPeter, Su H-B, Curtis PS.  2008.  Multi-year convergence of biometric and meteorological estimates of forest carbon storage. Agicultural and Forest Meteorology. 148:158-170.
Gough CM, Vogel CS, Hardiman B, Curtis PS.  2010.  Wood net primary production resilience in an unmanaged forest transitioning from early to middle succession. Forest Ecology and Management. 260(1):36-41.
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Gates FC.  1926.  Sand flotation in nature. Science. 64:595-596.
Gates FC.  1950.  Hat Island, Lake Michigan: Its revegetation after bombing. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 53:217-228.
Gates DM.  1983.  Plants gas up. Natural History. 92(7):4-8.
Gates FC.  1939.  Conditions for the flowering of Utricularia resupinata. Lilloa. 5:159-162.
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