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Mielke LH, Erickson DE, McLuckey SA, Mùˆller M, Wisthaler A, Hansel A, Shepson PB.  2008.  Development of a Proton-Transfer Reaction-Linear Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer for Quantitative Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds. Analytical Chemistry. 80(21):8171-8177.
Mielke LH.  2009.  A quantitative study of biogenic volatile organic compounds using proton transfer reaction linear ion trap mass spectrometry. Department of Chemistry. Doctor of Philosophy:250pp..
Mihele C.M, Hastie D.R.  2003.  Radical chemistry at a forested continental site: Results from the PROPHET 1997 campaign. Journal of Geophysical Research. 108(D15)
Mikan CJ, Zak DR, Kubiske ME, Pregitzer KS.  2000.  Combined effects of atmospheric CO2 and N availability on the belowground carbon and nitrogen dynamics of aspen mesocosms. Oecologia. 124:432-445.
Mikus AR.  2010.  Fish Response to Velocity-Related Flow Modifications in a Warm-Water Stream. School of Natural Resources and Environment. Master's of Science:42.
Milanowski DJ, Bach CE.  1994.  Between-site variation in suitability of Salix cordata as a host for Altica subplicata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Great Lakes Entomologist. 26(4):253-261.
Miller AR.  1983.  Temporal and spatial relationships in the epipsammic diatom community. Master of Science:87pp..
Miller AR, Lowe RL, Rotenberry JT.  1987.  Succession of diatom communities on sand grains. Journal of Ecology. 75:693-709.
Miller MN, Fincke OMargaret.  1999.  Cues for mate recognition and the effect of prior experience on mate recognition in Enallagma damselflies. Journal of Insect Behavior. 12(6):801-814.
Miller NG, Halbert RL.  1971.  A collection of bryophytes from Summer Island, Delta County, Michigan. Michigan Botanist. 10:3-13.
Miller AVan der Wo.  1950.  Germ cell cycle of Megalodiscus temperatus (Stafford, 1905) Harwood, 1932 (Paramphistomidae; Trematoda). Doctor of Philosophy:109pp..
Miller NG, Benninghoff WS.  1969.  Plant fossils from a Cary-Port Huron interstade deposit and their paleoecological interpretation. Geological Society of America Special Paper 123. INQUA Volume:225-248.
Miller NG, Futyma RP.  1987.  Paleohydrological implications of Holocene peatland development in northern Michigan. Quaternary Research. 27:297-311.
Miller NG.  1983.  The identity of the Pleistocene mosses Drepanocladus minnesotensis and Neocalliergon integrifolium (Amblystegiaceae). Brittonia. 35:87-92.
Miller NG, Crum HA.  1966.  Bryophytes new to the Douglas Lake area. Michigan Botanist. 5:57-61.
Miller JS.  1955.  A study of the roosting habits, and of the environmental factors concurrent with time of evening flight, of little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus) in northern lower Michigan. Doctor of Philosophy:86pp..
Miller NG, Vitt DH.  1970.  Additional bryophytes from sink-holes in Alpena County, Michigan, including Orthotrichum pallens new to eastern North America. Michigan Botanist. 9:87-94.
Miller PC, Gates DM.  1967.  Transpiration resistance of plants. The American Midlands Naturalist. 77:77-85.
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.
Mills RG.  1931.  The effects of prolonged exposure of the siliceous spicules of a fresh-water sponge (Spongilla fragilis) to the action of animal tissues: a contribution to the pathogenesis of silicosis in man. American Journal of Hygiene. 13:224-234.
Minton SThomas.  1991.  Seasonal fish assemblage continuity on artificial reefs in a north temperate lake. School of Natural Resources and Environment. Master of Science:26pp..
Mitchell B, Hazlett BA.  1996.  Predator avoidance strategies of the crayfish Orconectes virilis. Crustaceana. 69(3):400-412.
Modlin R.F, Gannon JEdward.  1973.  A contribution to the ecology and distribution of aquatic acari in the St. Lawrence Great Lakes. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 92:217-224.
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.
Mojekwu NLionel.  2015.  Reconstruction of the Pollution, and Limnological History of Douglas Lake (Michigan) using Biomarkers. Earth and Environmental Sciences. :1-131.
Momot WT.  1961.  The osteology of the troutperch, Percopsis omiscomaycus (Walbaum). School of Natural Resources. Master of Science:42pp..
Momot WT, Gowing H.  1983.  Some factors regulating cohort production of the crayfish, Orconectes virilis. Freshwater Biology. 13:1-12.
Momot WT, Gowing H.  1977.  Results of an experimental fishery on the crayfish Orconectes virilis. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada. 34:2056-2066.
Monroe JH.  1968.  Light- and electron-microscopic observations on spore germination in Funaria hygrometrica. Botanical Gazette. 129:247-258.
Monroe JH.  1965.  Some factors evoking formation of sex organs in Funaria. The Bryologist. 68:337.
Monroe JH.  1965.  Electron microscopic observation of spore germination in Funaria hygrometrica Hedw. Doctor of Philosophy
Moore P, III AMartin.  2010.  The influence of reproductive state on the agonistic interactions between male and female crayfish (Orconectes rusticus). Behaviour. 147(10):1309-1325.
Moore PA.  2016.  The Hidden Power of Smell: How Chemicals Influence Our Lives and Behavior.
Moore GM.  1939.  A limnological investigation of the microscopic benthic fauna of Douglas Lake, Michigan. Ecological Monographs. 9:537-582.
Moore PA, Grills JL.  1999.  Chemical orientation to food by the crayfish Orconectes rusticus: influence of hydrodynamics. Animal Behaviour. 58:953-963.
Moore PA, Ferrante PA, Bergner JL.  2015.  Chemical Orientation Strategies of the Crayfish are Influenced by the Hydrodynamics of their Native Environment. The American Midland Naturalist. 173(1):17-29.
Moore FR, Jr. REGatten.  1989.  Locomotor performance of hydrated, dehydrated, and osmotically stressed anuran amphibians. Herpetologica. 45(1):101-110.
Moore PA, Grills JL, Schneider RWS.  2000.  Habitat-specific signal structure for olfaction: an example from artificial streams. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 26(2):565-584.
Morris RD, Weseloh D.V, Wires LR, Pekarik C, Cuthbert FJean, Moore DJ.  2011.  Population Trends of Ring-billed Gulls Breeding on the North American Great Lakes, 1976 to 2009. Waterbirds. 34(2):202-212.
Morris RD, Weseloh D.V, Cuthbert FJean, Pekarik C, Wires LR, Harper L..  2010.  Distribution and abundance of nesting common and Caspian terns on the North American Great Lakes, 1976 to 1999. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 36(1):44-56.
Mueller KL, Yadav V, Curtis PS, Vogel CS, Michalak AM.  2010.  Attributing the variability of eddy-covariance CO2 flux measurements across temporal scales using geostatistical regression for a mixed northern hardwood forest. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 24(3)
Murchie WR.  1954.  Natural history studies on the earthworms of Michigan. Doctor of Philosophy:282pp..
Murchie WR.  1956.  Survey of the Michigan earthworm fauna. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 41:53-72.
Murchie WR.  1958.  A new megascolecid earthworm from Michigan with notes on its biology. The Ohio Academy of Science. 58(5):270-272.
Murchie WR.  1958.  Biology of the oligochaete Eisenia rosea (Savigny) in an upland forest soil of southern Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 60:113-131.
Murchie WR.  1955.  A contribution on the natural history of Allolobophora minima Muldal (Lumbricidae). The Ohio Academy of Science. 55(4):241-244.
K. Murrell D.  1963.  Helisoma antrosum, first intermediate host for Wardius zibethicus Barker and East, 1915 (Trematoda: Paramphistomidae). Journal of Parasitology. 49:116.
K. Murrell D.  1965.  Stages in the life cycle of Wardius zibethicus Barker, 1915. Journal of Parasitology. 51:600-604.
Muzik TJ.  1948.  What is the pollinating agent for Hevea brasiliensis? Science. 108:540.
Myers P, Lundrigan BL, Kopple RJVande.  2005.  Climate change and the distribution of Peromyscus in Michigan: Is global warming already having an impact? Mammalian Diversification: from Chromosomes to Phylogeography (A celebration of the career of James L. Patton). 133:101-125.
Myers P, Lundrigan BL, Hoffman SMG, Haraminac APoor, Seto SH.  2009.  Climate-induced changes in the small mammal communities of the Northern Great Lakes Region. Global Change Biology. 15(6):1434-1454.
Myers P, Svendsen GE.  1990.  Survey of mammals along the Beaver Rim road right-of-way, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. :54pp..
Myers P, Lundrigan BL.  2010.  Mammals. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :119-131.