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Gates DM, Strain B.R, Weber JA.  1982.  15 ecophysiological effects of changing atmospheric CO2 concentration. Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology. 12D(Physiological Ecology)
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Gates DM.  1939.  A deposit of mammal bones under Sleeping Bear dune. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 42:337-338.
Tenhunen JD, Yocum CS, Gates DM.  1976.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications I. Theory. Oecologia. 26:89-100.
Tenhunen JD, Meyer A., Lange O.L, Gates DM.  1980.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications. V. Test of the applicability of a steady-state model to description of net photosynthesis of Prunus armeniaca under field conditions. Oecologia. 45:147-155.
Tenhunen JD, Weber JA, Filipek LH, Gates DM.  1977.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications. III. Carbon dioxide and oxygen dependencies. Oecologia. 30:189-207.
Tenhunen JD, Weber JA, Yocum CS, Gates DM.  1976.  Development of a photosynthesis model with an emphasis on ecological applications. II. Analysis of a data set describing the PM surface. Oecologia. 26:101-119.
E. Jr. RHunt, Weber JA, Gates DM.  1984.  Differences between tree species in hydraulic press calibration of leaf water potential are correlated with specific leaf area. Plant, Cell and Environment. 7:597-600.
Tenhunen JD, Lange O.L, Harley P.C, Meyer A., Gates DM.  1980.  The diurnal time course of net photosynthesis of soybean leaves: analysis with a physiologically based steady-state photosynthesis model. Oecologia. 46:314-321.
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Bakken GS, Gates DM.  1975.  Heat-transfer analysis of animals: some implications for field ecology, physiology, and evolution. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :255-290.
Bakken GS, Gates DM.  1975.  Heat-transfer analysis of animals: some implications for field ecology, physiology, and evolution. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :255-290.
Gates DM.  2010.  A History of the University of Michigan Biological Station. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :1-14.
Gates DM.  2010.  A History of the University of Michigan Biological Station 1909 - 2009. :1-89.
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Gates DM, Schmerl RB.  1975.  Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :609pp..
Gates DM.  1975.  On the physiological significance of the preferred body temperatures of reptiles. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :443-473.
Gates DM.  1975.  On the physiological significance of the preferred body temperatures of reptiles. Perspectives of Biophysical Ecology. :443-473.
Gates DM, Hanks R.J.  1967.  Plant factors affecting evapotranspiration. Irrigation of Agricultural Lands. (11):506-521of1180.
Gates DM.  1982.  Plants and environment. Ecology. 63(5):1612-1613.
Gates DM.  1983.  Plants gas up. Natural History. 92(7):4-8.
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Gates DM.  1966.  Transpiration and energy exchange. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 41:353-364.
Miller PC, Gates DM.  1967.  Transpiration resistance of plants. The American Midlands Naturalist. 77:77-85.
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Gates DM, Harris JT, Clarke C.HD.  1983.  Wildlife in a changing environment. The Great Lakes Forest: An Environmental and Social History. :52-80.