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H. Baker B.  1912.  A few notes on the Mollusca of the Douglas Lake region.
Baldocchi D, Falge E, Gu L, Olson R, Hollinger D, Running S, Anthoni P, Bernhofer C., Davis KJ, Evans R et al..  2001.  FLUXNET: a new tool to study the temporal and spatial variability of ecosystem-scale carbon dioxide, water vapor, and energy flux densities. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 82(11):2415-2434.
Barrows EM.  1979.  Flower biology and arthropod associates of Lilium philadelphicum. Michigan Botanist. 18:109-115.
Bergman DA, Moore PA.  2003.  Field observations of intraspecific agonistic behavior of two crayfish species, Orconectes rusticus and Orconectes virilis, in different habitats. The Biological Bulletin. 205:26-35.
Blanchard FNelson.  1930.  Further studies of the eggs and young of the eastern ring-neck snake, Diadophis punctatus edwardsii. Bulletin of the Antivenin Institute of America. 4(4-10)
Blumer LSteven.  1986.  The function of parental care in the brown bullhead Ictalurus nebulosus. The American Midlands Naturalist. 115:234-238.
Brackett S.  1942.  Five new species of avian schistosomes from Wisconsin and Michigan with the life cycle of Gigantobilharzia gyrauli (Brackett, 1940). Journal of Parasitology. 28:25-42.
Brackett S, Beckmann AJ.  1942.  The fate of some species of schistosome cercariae in chick embryos. American Journal of Hygiene. 36:216-223.
Bradley HL.  1940.  A few observations on the nesting of the Eastern Chipping Sparrow. Jack Pine Warbler. 18:353-346.
Brown E.E.  1958.  Feeding habits of the northern water snake, Natrix sipedon sipedon Linnaeus. Zoologica. 43(2):55-71.
Brown HW, Jewell ME.  1926.  Further studies on the fishes of an acid lake. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 45:20-34.
Bryan AM, Cheng SJ, Ashworth K, Guenther AB, Hardiman BS, Bohrer G, Steiner AL.  2015.  Forest-atmosphere BVOC exchange in diverse and structurally complex canopies: 1-D modeling of a mid-successional forest in northern Michigan. Atmospheric Environment.
Burch JB, Jung Y.  1993.  Freshwater snails of the University of Michigan Biological Station area. Walkerana. 6(15):1-218.
Burton AJames, Pregitzer KS, MacDonald NW.  1993.  Foliar nutrients in sugar maple forests along a regional pollution-climate gradient. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 57:1619-1628.
Bush RM, F. Ledig T, Smouse PE.  1987.  The fitness consequences of multiple-locus heterozygosity: the relationship between heterozygosity and growth rate in pitch pine (Pinus rigida Mill.). Evolution. 41:787-798.
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Cameron RG, Troilo D.  1982.  Fly-mediated spore dispersal in Splachnum ampullaceum (Musci). Michigan Botanist. 21:59-65.
Chandler DC.  1937.  Fate of typical lake plankton in streams. Ecological Monographs. 7:445-479.
Chickering AM.  1935.  Further additions to the list of Araneae from Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:583-587.
Claassen AH, Arnold TW, Roche EA, Saunders SP, Cuthbert FJ.  2014.  Factors influencing nest survival and renesting by Piping Plovers in the Great Lakes region. The Condor. 116(3):394-407.
Cort WWalter.  1928.  Further observation on schistosome dermatitis in the United States (Michigan). Science. 68:388.
Cort WWalter, Ameel DJ, Van der Woude A.  1953.  Further studies on the early development of the daughter sporocysts of Schistosomatium douthitti. Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington. 20(1):43-49.
Cort WWalter, Van der Woude A, Ameel DJ.  1954.  Further studies on the germinal development in the sporocysts of a bird schistosome, Trichobilharzia stagnicolae (Talbot, 1936). Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington. 21(2):97-106.
Cort WWalter, Ameel DJ.  1944.  Further studies on the development of the sporocyst stages of plagiorchiid trematodes. Journal of Parasitology. 30:37-56.
Creaser CW.  1929.  The food of yearling smelt from Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 10:427-431.
Creaser CW, Hann CS.  1929.  The food of larval lampreys. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 10:433-437.
Crum HA.  1988.  A Focus on Peatlands and Peat Mosses.
Curtis PS, Gough CM.  2018.  Forest aging, disturbance and the carbon cycle. New Phytologist. 11520893601651821063897135849211621871824561134551414214063216481771017273619659947400305
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Eggleton FE.  1939.  Fresh-water communities. Paper No. III. Proceedings 1938 Cold Spring Harbor conference on plant and animal communities. The American Midlands Naturalist. 21:56-74.
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Haynes RR, Wentz W.A.  1974.  Flora of Panama. Family 3A. Potamogetonaceae. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 62:1-10.
Hazlett BTheodore.  1988.  Factors influencing island floras in northern Lake Michigan. Doctor of Philosophy:223pp..
Hazlett BTheodore.  1991.  The flora of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Benzie and Leelanau Counties, Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 30(4):139-202.
Heatwole HFranklin.  1959.  The forest floor and its utilization by selected species of terrestrial amphibians. Doctor of Philosophy:407pp..
Heatwole HFranklin.  1960.  The forest floor and its utilization by selected species of terrestrial amphibians. Dissertation Abstracts. 21(2):2pp..
Heimburger H.V.  1913.  The factors that determine the distribution of Boleosoma nigrum in Douglas Lake, Cheboygan County, Michigan.
Heinen JThomas, Reznik J, Hill S, Kostrzewski J, Maziak A.  2003.  Factors affecting capture rates of insect taxa by retail electrocutors and eliminators in northern lower Michigan. Great Lakes Entomologist. 36:61-69.
C. Hellquist E.  1996.  A flora and analysis of the bryophyte and vascular plant communities of Little Dollar Lake peatland, Mackinac County, Michigan. Master of Science:137pp..
Hellstrom RA.  2000.  Forest cover algorithms for estimating meteorological forcing in a numerical snow model. Hydrological Processes. 14(18):3239-3256.
Hellum AKare.  1965.  Factors influencing frond size of bracken on sandy soils in northern lower Michigan. Doctor of Philosophy:106pp..
Hellum AKare, Zahner R.  1966.  The frond size of bracken fern on forested outwash sand in northern lower Michigan. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 30:520-524.
Helmig D., Seok B, Williams MW, Hueber J, Sanford R.  2009.  Fluxes and chemistry of nitrogen oxides in the Niwot Ridge, Colorado, snowpack. Biogeochemistry. 95(1):115-130.
Hubbs CL.  1938.  Fishery Research in Michigan. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 60:1-5.
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Jarvis WL, Southern WEdward.  1976.  Food habits of Ring-billed Gulls breeding in the Great Lakes region. The Wilson Bulletin. 88:621-631.
Jewell ME, Brown HW.  1924.  The fishes of an acid lake. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 43:77-84.
Jr. OSewall Pet.  1958.  Flicker enters cottage through chimney. Jack Pine Warbler. 36:100.
Jr. JLTate, Postupalsky S.  1965.  Food remains at a Bald Eagle nest. Jack Pine Warbler. 43:146.
Jr. JCairns, Jr. WHYongue.  1977.  Factors affecting the number of species in freshwater protozoan communities. Aquatic Microbial Communities. :257-304.
Jr. JCairns.  1982.  Freshwater protozoan communities. Microbial Interactions and Communities. :249-285.
Jr. JCairns.  1971.  Factors affecting the number of species in freshwater protozoan communities. Structure and Function of Freshwater Microbial Communities. :219-247.
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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.
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Nadelhoffer KJ.  2010.  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.
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.