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1917
Welch PSmith.  1917.  Further studies on Hydromyza confluens Loew, (Diptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 10:35-45.
1924
Jewell ME, Brown HW.  1924.  The fishes of an acid lake. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 43:77-84.
1926
Brown HW, Jewell ME.  1926.  Further studies on the fishes of an acid lake. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 45:20-34.
1929
Creaser CW, Hann CS.  1929.  The food of larval lampreys. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 10:433-437.
Creaser CW.  1929.  The food of yearling smelt from Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 10:427-431.
1935
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.
III GWHunter, Hunter WSanborn.  1935.  Further studies on fish and bird parasites. :267-283.
1936
Donahue RL.  1936.  A forest soil study of the University of Michigan Biological Tract. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 21:269-278.
Linsdale JM.  1936.  Frequency of occurrence of summer birds in northern Michigan. The Wilson Bulletin. 48:158-163.
1937
Chandler DC.  1937.  Fate of typical lake plankton in streams. Ecological Monographs. 7:445-479.
1938
Hubbs CL.  1938.  Fishery Research in Michigan. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 60:1-5.
1939
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.
1943
Welch PSmith.  1943.  Frame for operating two reversing thermometers simultaneously. Limnological Society of America Special Publication. 13:4.
1944
Dendy JS.  1944.  The fate of animals in stream drift when carried into lakes. Ecological Monographs. 14:333-357.
Kenk R.  1944.  The fresh-water triclads of Michigan. Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology of the University of Michigan. 60:44pp..
Cort WWalter, Ameel DJ.  1944.  Further studies on the development of the sporocyst stages of plagiorchiid trematodes. Journal of Parasitology. 30:37-56.
1955
Sharp AJ.  1955.  Factors in the distribution of Hyophila tortula and an extension in its known range to include Michigan. Mitteilungen der Thuringischen Botanischen Gesellschaft. 1(2-3):222-224.
1971
Jr. JCairns.  1971.  Factors affecting the number of species in freshwater protozoan communities. Structure and Function of Freshwater Microbial Communities. :219-247.
Vitt DH.  1971.  The family Orthotrichaceae (Musci) in North American, north of Mexico. Doctor of Philosophy:462pp..
1972
Shetron SGeorge.  1972.  Forest site productivity among soil taxonomic units in northern lower Michigan. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 36(2):358-363.
1974
Haynes RR, Wentz W.A.  1974.  Flora of Panama. Family 3A. Potamogetonaceae. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 62:1-10.
1981
Gannon JEdward, Edgar ALee.  1981.  Freshwater winter ecology. Journal of Marine Education. 2:10-13.
Lowe RL.  1981.  The frustular morphology and distribution of Cyclotella gamma Sov. (Bacillariophyceae). The Proceedings of the Iowa Academy Science. 88(2):82-84.
1982
Grossnickle NE.  1982.  Feeding habits of Mysis relicta - an overview. Hydrobiologia. 93:101-107.
Mellichamp L.  1982.  Field studies on CP at UMBS. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter. 11:10-11,13.
Cameron RG, Troilo D.  1982.  Fly-mediated spore dispersal in Splachnum ampullaceum (Musci). Michigan Botanist. 21:59-65.
Jr. JCairns.  1982.  Freshwater protozoan communities. Microbial Interactions and Communities. :249-285.