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Southern WEdward, Cuthbert FJean, Patton SR.  1976.  The influence of fox predation on Ring-billed and Herring Gull nesting success. First Conference on Scientific Research in the National Parks. 5:519-524.
Southern WEdward, Tordoff HB.  1959.  Three birds new to the straits region of Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 37:51-53.
Southern WEdward.  1970.  En route behavior of homing Herring Gulls as determined by radio-tracking. The Wilson Bulletin. 82:189-200.
Southern WEdward.  1972.  Influence of disturbances in the earth's magnetic field on Ring-billed Gull orientation. The Condor. 74:102-105.
Southern WEdward.  1987.  Gull research in the 1980s: symposium overview. Studies in Avian Biology. 10:1-7.
Southern WEdward.  1976.  Migrational orientation in Ring-billed Gull chicks. The Auk. 93:78-85.
Southern WEdward, Schnell GD.  1964.  Herring Gulls feeding on sea lamprey. Jack Pine Warbler. 42:231.
Southern WEdward.  1977.  Colony selection and colony site tenacity in Ring-billed Gulls at a stable colony. The Auk. 94:469-478.
Southern WEdward.  1968.  Age composition of a breeding Ring-billed Gull population. Inland Bird Banding News. 40:166-167.
Southern WEdward.  1980.  The impact of fox predation on gull breeding success, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Second Conference Scientific Research in the National Parks. 12. Terrestrial Biology: Zoology:111-129.
Southern WEdward.  1971.  Gull orientation by magnetic cues: a hypothesis revisited. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 188:295-311.
Southern WEdward.  1978.  Orientation responses of Ring-billed Gull chicks: a re-evaluation. Animal Migration, Navigation, and Homing. :311-317.
Southern WEdward.  1959.  Homing of Purple Martins. The Wilson Bulletin. 71(3):254-261.
Southern WEdward.  1968.  Dispersal patterns of subadult Herring Gulls from Rogers City, Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 46:2-6.
Southern WEdward.  1969.  Gull orientation behavior: influence of experience, sex, age, and group releases. Jack Pine Warbler. 47:34-43.
Southern WEdward.  1961.  A botanical analysis of Kirtland's Warbler nests. The Wilson Bulletin. 73:148-154.
Southern WEdward.  1965.  Some additions to the distributional list of Michigan birds. Jack Pine Warbler. 43:43.
Southern WEdward.  1958.  Nesting of the Red-eyed Vireo in the Douglas Lake Region, Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 36:105-130;185-207.
Southern WEdward.  1967.  Dispersal and migration of Ring-billed Gulls from a Michigan population. Jack Pine Warbler. 45:102-111.
Southern LK, Southern WEdward.  1983.  Responses of Ring-billed Gulls to cannon-netting and wing-tagging. Journal of Wildlife Management. 47(1):234-237.
Southern WEdward.  1959.  Foster-feeding and polygamy in the Purple Martin. The Wilson Bulletin. 71(1):96.
Southern WEdward.  1965.  Biotelemetry: Avian navigation. BioScience. 15:87-88.
Southern WEdward.  1978.  Ring-billed Gull pair with 2 nests. The Wilson Bulletin. 90(2):299-301.
Southern WEdward.  1958.  Myrtle Warbler feigns injury. Jack Pine Warbler. 36:27.
Southern WEdward.  1967.  Colony selection, longevity, and Ring-billed Gull populations: preliminary discussion. Bird-Banding. 38:52-60.
Soper JH, Voss EG.  1964.  Black crowberry in the Lake Superior region. Michigan Botanist. 3:35-38.
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Sommers LA.  1989.  The effects of female age and habitat variation on the nesting success of Tree Swallows. School of Natural Resources and Environment. Master of Science:42pp..
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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.
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Smits MM.  2005.  Ectomycorrhizal fungi and biogeochemical cycles of boreal forests. Doctor of Philosophy:121pp..
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Smith AH.  1935.  Unusual agarics from Michigan. II. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 20:171-183.
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Smith AH.  1953.  New and rare agarics from the Douglas Lake region and Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Michigan, and an account of the North American species of Xeromphalina. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 38:53-87.
Smith AH, Hesler L.R.  1968.  The North American Species of Pholiota.
Smith AH.  1938.  Unusual agarics from Michigan. V. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 23:215-222.
Smith F.  1923.  Data on the distribution of Michigan fresh-water sponges. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 1:418-421.
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Smith AH.  1952.  New records of fleshy fungi from the vicinity of the University of Michigan Biological Station and Tahquamenon Falls State Park in Michigan. The Asa Gray Bulletin. 1(2):185-194.
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