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Polyembryony in Hierochloe odorata (L.) Beauv. The Ohio Academy of Science. 57(5):315-320.. 1957.
Regeneration of Hydra from the endoderm. Science. 132:678.. 1960.
Soil-plant relationships and plant nutrition. American Journal of Botany. 44:67-73.. 1957.
Moisture sensitivity of ecosystem respiration: Comparison of 14 forest ecosystems in the Upper Great Lakes Region, USA. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 148(2):216-230.. 2008.
On immunity reactions of snails to the penetration of the cercariae of the strigeid trematode, Cotylurus flabelliformis (Faust). Journal of Parasitology. 20:38-48.. 1933.
Determining site-specific toxicity of copper to daphnids and fishes in a brown-water ecosystem. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 21(3):481-491.. 2006.
Soil respiration during partial canopy senescence in a northern mixed deciduous forest. Department of Evolution, Ecology & Organismal Biology. Master's of Science:110pp... 2010.
Comparison of estimates of hazard derived at three levels of complexity. Community Toxicity Testing. Special Technical Publication 920:30-48.. 1986.
Regional patterns of microsporidian infection in two Michigan trout stream invertebrates. School of Natural Resources and Environment. Master of Science:56pp... 2001.
Bryophytes of the Huron Mountain region, Marquette County, Michigan. The Bryologist. 41:25-31.. 1938.
Notes on Michigan bryophytes.- II. The Bryologist. 36:69-78.. 1933.
Polytrichum and Pogonatum species of the eastern United States. The Bryologist. 40:1-10.. 1937.
The influence of exposure to winter temperatures upon seed germination in various native American plants. Ecology. 15:364-373.. 1934.
Bryophytes of the Porcupine Mountains, Ontonagon County, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 22:183-200.. 1937.
Notes on Michigan bryophytes. The Bryologist. 35:5-8.. 1932.
The hemlock-white pine-northern hardwood region of eastern North America. Ecology. 16:403-422.. 1935.
The bryophytes of Michigan with particular reference to the Douglas Lake region. The Bryologist. 25:41-58.. 1922.
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.. 1932.
The bryophytes of Michigan with special reference to the Huron Mountain region. The Bryologist. 38:11-19.. 1935.
Lichens of the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. The Bryologist. 28:52-59.. 1925.
Notes on Michigan bryophytes.-III. The Bryologist. 39:111-118.. 1936.
The bryophytes of Michigan, with particular reference to the Douglas Lake region, II. The Bryologist. 28:73-75.. 1925.
The watercress glucosinolate-myrosinase system: a potential chemical defense from herbivory by amphipods. Bulletin of the North American Benthological Society. 6(1):117(Abstr.. 1989.
Watercress and amphipods: potential chemical defense in a spring stream macrophyte. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 16:245-259.. 1990.
Effects of shredding amphipod density on watercress Nasturtium officinale breakdown. Holarctic Ecology. 13:293-299.. 1990.
Potential chemical defense of stream macrophytes (watercress and Gammarus). Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 69(2, Suppl.):245(Abstr.. 1988.
Herbivory and detritivory on freshwater macrophytes by invertebrates: a review. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 10(2):89-114.. 1991.
Amphipods and watercress: potential chemical defense in a stream macrophyte. Bulletin of the North American Benthological Society. 5(1):103(Abstr.. 1988.
Watercress allelochemical defends high-nitrogen foliage against consumption: effects on freshwater invertebrate herbivores. Ecology. 77(8):2312-2323.. 1996.
Growth rate of the Spotted Sandpiper chick with notes on nesting habits. Bird-Banding. 1:1-12.. 1930.
Spotted Sandpiper (habits). Handbook of North American Birds. :55-56.. 1955.
Biology and immature stages of malacophagous Diptera of the genus Sepedon (Sciomyzidae). Bulletin of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute Agricultural Experimental Station. 566:113pp... 1966.
Morphological variations in Mesovelia mulsanti (Hemiptera, Mesovelidae). The University of Kansas Science Bulletin. 36(5):125-148.. 1954.
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.. 1948.
Mimicking natural systems: Changes in behavior as a result of dynamic exposure to naproxen. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 135:347-357.. 2017.
Disturbance and the resilience of coupled carbon and nitrogen cycling in a north temperate forest. Journal of Geophysical Research. 116(G4). 2011.
Physiographic factors underlie rates of biomass production during succession in Great Lakes forest landscapes. Forest Ecology and Management. 397:157-173.. 2017.
Nitrogen Uptake by Trees and Mycorrhizal Fungi in a Successional Northern Temperate Forest: Insights from Multiple Isotopic Methods. Ecosystems. 16(4):590-603.. 2013.
Impacts of elevated N inputs on north temperate forest soil C storage, C/N, and net N-mineralization. Geoderma. 153(1-2):231-240.. 2009.
Harvest impacts on soil carbon storage in temperate forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 259(5):857-866.. 2010.
Afforestation Effects on Soil Carbon Storage in the United States: A Synthesis. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 77:1035-1047.. 2013.
Contribution of atmospheric nitrogen deposition to net primary productivity in a northern hardwood forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 39(6):1108-1118.. 2009.
Uptake and partitioning of simulated atmospheric N inputs in Populus tremuloides – Pinus strobus forest mesocosms. Botany. 89(6):379-386.. 2011.
Changes in soil nitrogen cycling in a northern temperate forest ecosystem during succession. Biogeochemistry.. 2014.
Fire effects on temperate forest soil C and N storage. Ecological Applications. 21(4):1189-1201.. 2011.
Nitrogen cycling in the northen hardwood forest: soil, plant, and atmospheric processes. Doctor of Philosophy:89pp... 2007.
Carbon–Mercury Interactions in Spodosols Assessed through Density Fractionation, Radiocarbon Analysis, and Soil Survey Information. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 83(1):190.. 2019.
Wetlands: why they are important. :6pp.,1insert.. 1978.
The changing environment of northern Michigan: a century of science and nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :x,214p... 2010.
Biological Station is a hotspot for global change research. Fall 2003:7-10.. 2003.
The Future and the Biological Station. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :203-206.. 2010.