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Gleason HAllan.  1925.  Species and area. Ecology. 6:66-74.
Gleason HAllan.  1924.  The structure of the maple-beech association in northern Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 4:285-296.
Gleason HAllan.  1923.  Botanical observations in northern Michigan. Journal of The New York Botanical Garden. 24:273-283.
Gleason HAllan.  1923.  The vegetational history of the Middle West. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 12:39-85.
Gleason HAllan.  1922.  On the relation between species and area. Ecology. 3:158-162.
Gleason HAllan.  1920.  Some applications of the quadrat method. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 47:21-33.
Gleason HAllan.  1919.  What is Ecology? Torreya. 19:88-91.
Gleason HAllan.  1918.  The local distribution of introduced species near Douglas Lake, Michigan. Torreya. 18:81-89.
Gleason HAllan.  1918.  Notes on the introduced flora of the Douglas Lake region.
Gleason HAllan.  1918.  On the development of two plant associations of northern Michigan. Plant World. 21:151-158.
Gleason HAllan.  1918.  Scirpus validus for demonstrating procambium.
Gleason HAllan.  1917.  Some effects of excessive heat in northern Michigan. Torreya. 17:176-178.
Gleason HAllan.  1917.  The structure and development of the plant association. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 44:463-481.
Gleason HAllan, McFarland FTheodore.  1914.  The introduced vegetation in the vicinity of Douglas Lake, Michigan. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 41:511-521.
Gleason HAllan.  1913.  The Biological Station of the University of Michigan. School Science and Mathematics. 13:411-415.
Gleason HAllan.  1913.  Some interesting plants from the vicinity of Douglas Lake.