|Project Title||Investigators||Funding agency(asc)||Years active|
|RANN: Research Applied to National Needs||Gannon, John Edward||NSF||1971 to 1977|
|Black Carbon: Linking the chemical structure of black carbon to its biological degradation and transport dynamics in a northern temperate forest soil||Knute Nadelhoffer, Jeffrey Bird, Timothy Filley, Ruth Stark, Pierre-Joseph Hatton||NSF||2011 to 2015|
|Measurements of meteorological parameters, CO and O3||Rebeka Nadasdi||NSF||2009|
|The role of plant chemistry in the population dynamics of herbivores||Mark Hunter||NSF||2011 to 2017|
|Surveying the diversity of Cryptomycota in Michigan||Timothy James||NSF||2013 to 2016|
Forest aging, disturbance and the carbon cycle. New Phytologist. 2018;11520893601651821063897135849211621871824561134551414214063216481771017273619659947400305.
Great lakes double-crested cormorant management affects co-nester colony growth. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 2018;8217284698719535715636198275835291410371453430965182836323840(1):93-102.
The detrital input and removal treatment (DIRT) network: Insights into soil carbon stabilization. Science of The Total Environment. 2018;640-641:1112-1120.
Forest structure in space and time: Biotic and abiotic determinants of canopy complexity and their effects on net primary productivity. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 2018;250-251:181-191.
Moderate Disturbance Has Similar Effects on Production Regardless of Site Quality and Composition. Forests. 2018;95067Volume 32(2):70.