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Gannon JEdward, Stockwell JE.  1978.  Limnological investigation of Florence Lake, South Manitou Island, Michigan. :72pp..
F. Bricker J, Gannon JEdward.  1976.  Limnological investigation of Hoop Lake-a northern Michigan bog. The Michigan Academician. 9:25-42.
Young OWhitney.  1945.  A limnological investigation of periphyton in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 64:1-20.
Moffett JW.  1943.  A limnological investigation of the dynamics of a sandy wave-swept shoal in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 62:1-23.
Moore GM.  1939.  A limnological investigation of the microscopic benthic fauna of Douglas Lake, Michigan. Ecological Monographs. 9:537-582.
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.
Welch PSmith.  1928.  Limnological investigations on northern Michigan Lakes. I. Physical-chemical studies on Douglas Lake. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 8:421-451.
Welch PSmith, Eggleton FE.  1932.  Limnological investigations on northern Michigan Lakes II. A further study of depression individuality in Douglas Lake. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 15:491-508.
Cheatum EPhilip.  1934.  Limnological investigations on respiration, annual migratory cycle, and other related phenomena in fresh-water pulmonate snails. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 53:348-407.
Welch PSmith.  1948.  Limnological Methods.
McGaha Y.J.  1952.  The limnological relations of insects to certain aquatic flowering plants. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 71:355-381.
McGaha Y.J.  1951.  The limnological relations of insects to certain aquatic flowering plants. Doctor of Philosophy:158pp..
Berg CO.  1949.  Limnological relations of insects to plants of the genus Potamogeton. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 68:279-291.
Hoffman CE.  1940.  Limnological relationships of some northern Michigan Donaciini (Chrysomelidae: Coleoptera). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 59:259-274.
Welch PSmith.  1938.  A limnological study of a bog lake which has never developed a marginal mat. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 57:344-357.
Welch PSmith.  1938.  A limnological study of a retrograding bog lake. Ecology. 19:435-453.
Welch PSmith.  1936.  A limnological study of a small sphagnum-leather leaf-black spruce bog lake with special reference to its plankton. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 55:300-312.
Gorham W.C.  1931.  A limnological study of certain bog lakes with special reference to the macroplankton. Doctor of Philosophy:126pp..
Brown CJD.  1933.  A limnological study of certain fresh-water Polyzoa with special reference to their statoblasts. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 52:271-316.
Welch PSmith, Loomis HA.  1924.  A limnological study of Hydra oligactis in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 43:203-235.
Miller DE.  1936.  A limnological study of Plematohydra with special reference to their quantitative seasonal distribution. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 55:123-193.
Eggleton FE.  1931.  A limnological study of the profundal bottom fauna of certain fresh-water lakes. Ecological Monographs. 1:231-332.
Eggleton FE.  1930.  A limnological study of the profundal bottom fauna of certain fresh-water lakes. Doctor of Philosophy:219pp..
Schelske CL, Roth JC.  1973.  Limnological survey of Lakes Michigan, Superior, Huron and Erie. :108pp..
Welch PSmith.  1950.  A limnological view of the inland waters of Michigan.
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Bakken GS, Gates DM.  1974.  Linearized heat transfer relations in biology. Science. 183:967-977.
Curtis PS, Zak DR, Pregitzer KS, Lussenhop J, Teeri JA.  1996.  Linking above- and belowground responses to rising CO2 in northern deciduous forest species. Carbon Dioxide and Terrestrial Ecosystems. :41-51.
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Beard EBrowne.  1945.  A little bird told me. Jack Pine Warbler. 23:126-129.
Evans AW, Nichols GElwood.  1935.  The liverwort flora of the upper Michigan peninsula. The Bryologist. 38:81-91.
Sharp AJ.  1961.  Liverworts. 14:234a,234b,235.
Steere WCampbell.  1940.  Liverworts of southern Michigan. Cranbrook Institute of Science Bulletin. 17:1-97.
Hogh G.  1966.  Local distribution of a fern sawfly, Strongylogaster multicinctus (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 39:347-354.
Vestal AG.  1913.  Local distribution of grasshoppers in relation to plant associations. The Biological Bulletin. 25:141-180.
Gleason HAllan.  1918.  The local distribution of introduced species near Douglas Lake, Michigan. Torreya. 18:81-89.
Force ER.  1935.  A local study of the opisthoglyph snake, Tantilla gracilis Baird and Girard. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:645-659.
Moore FR, Jr. REGatten.  1989.  Locomotor performance of hydrated, dehydrated, and osmotically stressed anuran amphibians. Herpetologica. 45(1):101-110.
Istock CAlan.  1977.  Logistic interaction of natural populations of two species of waterboatmen. The American Naturalist. 111:279-287.
Jr. WHYongue, Jr. JCairns.  1973.  Long term exposure of artificial substrates to colonization by protozoans. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 81:115-119.
Carey JR.  2002.  Longevity minimalists: life table studies of two species of northern Michigan adult mayflies. Experimental Gerontology. 37(4):567-570.
Hendricks SPatricia.  1992.  Longitudinal physicochemical and biological patterns near the groundwater-surface water interface (hyporheic zone) within a sandy-bed, third-order stream. School of Natural Resources. Doctor of Philosophy:177pp..
Boose DLawrence.  1986.  Long-term changes in soil chemistry with forest succession. Master of Science:87pp..
Bach CE.  2001.  Long-term effects of insect herbivory and sand accretion on plant succession on sand dunes. Ecology. 82(5):1401-1416.
Bach CE.  2001.  Long-term effects of insect herbivory on responses by Salix cordata to sand accretion. Ecology. 82(2):397-409.
Talhelm AF.  2011.  Long-term global change effects on forest biogeochemistry in the north-central United States. Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Science. Doctor of Philosophy:183pp..
Snow AA, Campbell LG.  2011.  Long-term introgression of crop alleles in weed populations. February:3pp..
Pressley SNoelle, Lamb BK, Westberg HH, Flaherty J, Chen J, Vogel CS.  2005.  Long-term isoprene flux measurements above a northern hardwood forest. Journal of Geophysical Research. 110:12pp.
Pratt JR, Jr. JCairns.  1985.  Long-term patterns of protozoan colonization in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Journal of Protozoology. 32:95-99.
Snow AA, Culley TM, Campbell LG, Sweeney PM, Hegde S.G, Ellstrand N.C.  2010.  Long-term persistence of crop alleles in weedy populations of wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum). New Phytologist. 186(2):537-548.
Pearce TAllen.  1989.  Loping locomotion in terrestrial gastropods. Walkerana. 3(10):229-237.
Schultz TD, Fincke OM.  2013.  Lost in the crowd or hidden in the grass: signal apparency of female polymorphic damselflies in alternative habitats. Animal Behaviour. 86(5):923-931.
MacArthur K.  1948.  The louse flies of Wisconsin and adjacent states (Diptera, Hippoboscidae). Bulletin of the Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee. 8(4):367-440.
Steere WCampbell.  1945.  Luisierella, a genus of mosses new to North America. The Bryologist. 48:83-85.
Cort WWalter, Olivier L, Brackett S.  1944.  Lymnaeid snails as second intermediate hosts of the strigeid trematode, Cotylurus flabelliformis (Faust, 1917). Journal of Parasitology. 30:309-321.