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Norstog KJ.  1957.  Polyembryony in Hierochloe odorata (L.) Beauv. The Ohio Academy of Science. 57(5):315-320.
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Nimmo DWayne R, Johnson RW, Preul MA, Pillsbury RW, Self JR, Bergey EA.  2006.  Determining site-specific toxicity of copper to daphnids and fishes in a brown-water ecosystem. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 21(3):481-491.
Nietz JG.  2010.  Soil respiration during partial canopy senescence in a northern mixed deciduous forest. Department of Evolution, Ecology & Organismal Biology. Master's of Science:110pp..
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Nida LK.  2001.  Regional patterns of microsporidian infection in two Michigan trout stream invertebrates. School of Natural Resources and Environment. Master of Science:56pp..
Nichols GElwood, Ackley AB.  1932.  The desmids of Michigan, with particular reference to the Douglas Lake region. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:113-140.
Nichols GElwood.  1935.  The bryophytes of Michigan with special reference to the Huron Mountain region. The Bryologist. 38:11-19.
Nichols GElwood.  1925.  Lichens of the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. The Bryologist. 28:52-59.
Nichols GElwood.  1937.  Algae of the Douglas Lake Region, Michigan.
Nichols GElwood, Steere WCampbell.  1936.  Notes on Michigan bryophytes.-III. The Bryologist. 39:111-118.
Nichols GElwood.  1925.  The bryophytes of Michigan, with particular reference to the Douglas Lake region, II. The Bryologist. 28:73-75.
Nichols GElwood.  1938.  Bryophytes of the Huron Mountain region, Marquette County, Michigan. The Bryologist. 41:25-31.
Nichols GElwood.  1933.  Notes on Michigan bryophytes.- II. The Bryologist. 36:69-78.
Nichols GElwood.  1937.  Polytrichum and Pogonatum species of the eastern United States. The Bryologist. 40:1-10.
Nichols GElwood.  1934.  The influence of exposure to winter temperatures upon seed germination in various native American plants. Ecology. 15:364-373.
Nichols GElwood, Steere WCampbell.  1937.  Bryophytes of the Porcupine Mountains, Ontonagon County, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 22:183-200.
Nichols GElwood.  1932.  Notes on Michigan bryophytes. The Bryologist. 35:5-8.
Nichols GElwood.  1935.  The hemlock-white pine-northern hardwood region of eastern North America. Ecology. 16:403-422.
Nichols GElwood.  1922.  The bryophytes of Michigan with particular reference to the Douglas Lake region. The Bryologist. 25:41-58.
Nichols GElwood.  1937.  Bryophytes of Michigan - a preliminary list.
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Newman RM.  1991.  Herbivory and detritivory on freshwater macrophytes by invertebrates: a review. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 10(2):89-114.
Newman R.M.  1988.  Amphipods and watercress: potential chemical defense in a stream macrophyte. Bulletin of the North American Benthological Society. 5(1):103(Abstr.
Newman RM, W. Kerfoot C, III ZHanscom.  1996.  Watercress allelochemical defends high-nitrogen foliage against consumption: effects on freshwater invertebrate herbivores. Ecology. 77(8):2312-2323.
Newman R.M.  1989.  The watercress glucosinolate-myrosinase system: a potential chemical defense from herbivory by amphipods. Bulletin of the North American Benthological Society. 6(1):117(Abstr.
Newman RM, III ZHanscom, W. Kerfoot C.  1990.  Watercress and amphipods: potential chemical defense in a spring stream macrophyte. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 16:245-259.
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Nelson T.  1956.  The History of Ornithology at the University of Michigan Biological Station.
Nelson T.  1930.  Growth rate of the Spotted Sandpiper chick with notes on nesting habits. Bird-Banding. 1:1-12.
Neff S.E, Berg CO.  1966.  Biology and immature stages of malacophagous Diptera of the genus Sepedon (Sciomyzidae). Bulletin of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute Agricultural Experimental Station. 566:113pp..
Neering T.  1954.  Morphological variations in Mesovelia mulsanti (Hemiptera, Mesovelidae). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 36(5):125-148.
Neel JKendall.  1948.  A limnological investigation of the psammon in Douglas Lake, Michigan, with especial reference to shoal and shoreline dynamics. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 67:1-53.
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Nave L.E, Sparks J.P, Le Moine J., Hardiman B.S, Nadelhoffer K.J, Tallant J.M, Vogel C.S, Strahm B.D, Curtis P.S.  2014.  Changes in soil nitrogen cycling in a northern temperate forest ecosystem during succession. Biogeochemistry.
Nave L, Vance ED, Swanston CW, Curtis PS.  2011.  Fire effects on temperate forest soil C and N storage. Ecological Applications. 21(4):1189-1201.
Nave L.  2007.  Nitrogen cycling in the northen hardwood forest: soil, plant, and atmospheric processes. Doctor of Philosophy:89pp..
Nave L.E., A. Ornelas C, Drevnick P.E., Gallo A., Hatten J.A., Heckman K.A., Matosziuk L., Sanclements M., Strahm B.D., Veverica T.J. et al..  2019.  Carbon–Mercury Interactions in Spodosols Assessed through Density Fractionation, Radiocarbon Analysis, and Soil Survey Information. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 83(1):190.
Nave L, Gough CM, Maurer KD, Bohrer G, Hardiman B, Le Moine J, Munoz A.B, Nadelhoffer K, Sparks JP, Strahm B.D et al..  2011.  Disturbance and the resilience of coupled carbon and nitrogen cycling in a north temperate forest. Journal of Geophysical Research. 116(G4)
Nave LE, Gough CM, Perry CH, Hofmeister KL, Le Moine JM, Domke GM, Swanston CW, Nadelhoffer KJ.  2017.  Physiographic factors underlie rates of biomass production during succession in Great Lakes forest landscapes. Forest Ecology and Management. 397:157-173.
Nave LE, Nadelhoffer KJ, Moine JM, Diepen LTA, Cooch JK, Van Dyke NJ.  2013.  Nitrogen Uptake by Trees and Mycorrhizal Fungi in a Successional Northern Temperate Forest: Insights from Multiple Isotopic Methods. Ecosystems. 16(4):590-603.
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.
Nave L, Vance ED, Swanston CW, Curtis PS.  2010.  Harvest impacts on soil carbon storage in temperate forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 259(5):857-866.
Nave L.E, Swanston CW, Mishra U., Nadelhoffer K.J.  2013.  Afforestation Effects on Soil Carbon Storage in the United States: A Synthesis. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 77:1035-1047.
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.
Nave L, Curtis PS.  2011.  Uptake and partitioning of simulated atmospheric N inputs in Populus tremuloides – Pinus strobus forest mesocosms. Botany. 89(6):379-386.
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