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Wolf MCaroline, III ALMartin, Simon JL, Bergner JL, Moore PA.  2009.  Chemosensory signals in stream habitats: implications for ecological interactions. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 28(3):560-571.
Ibáñez I, Zak DR, Burton AJ, Pregitzer KS.  2016.  Chronic nitrogen deposition alters tree allometric relationships: implications for biomass production and carbon storage. Ecological Applications. 26(3):913-925.
Yi C, Ricciuto D, Li R, Wolbeck J, Xu X, Nilsson M, Aires L, Albertson JD, Ammann C, M Arain A et al..  2010.  Climate control of terrestrial carbon exchange across biomes and continents. Environmental Research Letters. 5(3):034007.
Istock CAlan.  1963.  Coexistence and competition in populations of similar species of whirligig beetles (Gyrinidae). Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 44:116.
Thomsen J, Bohrer G, Matheny A, Ivanov V, He L, Renninger H, Schäfer K.  2013.  Contrasting Hydraulic Strategies during Dry Soil Conditions in Quercus rubra and Acer rubrum in a Sandy Site in Michigan. Forests. 4(4):1106-1120.
Iwatsuki Z.  1958.  Correlations between the moss floras of Japan and of the southern Appalachians. The Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory. 20:304-352.
Paschalis A, Fatichi S, Katul GG, Ivanov VY.  2015.  Cross-scale impact of climate temporal variability on ecosystem water and carbon fluxes. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. :n/a-n/a.
Jr. JCairns, Pratt JR.  1986.  Developing a sampling strategy. Rationale for Sampling and Interpretation of Ecological Data in the Assessment of Freshwater Ecosystems. Special Technical Publication 894:168-186.
Istock CAlan.  1964.  Distribution, coexistence and competition of three whirligig beetle species of the genus Dineutes (Gyrinidae, Coleoptera). Doctor of Philosophy:127pp..
Istock CAlan.  1966.  Distribution, coexistence, and competition of whirligig beetles. Evolution. 20:211-134.
Katz D.  2015.  The effect of biotic interactions on latitudinal range expansion of plant species in response to climate change. School of Natural Resources and Environment.
He L, Ivanov VY, Bohrer G, Maurer KD, Vogel CS, Moghaddam M.  2014.  Effects of fine-scale soil moisture and canopy heterogeneity on energy and water fluxes in a northern temperate mixed forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 184:243-256.
Ibáñez I, McCarthy-Neumann S.  2016.  Effects of mycorrhizal fungi on tree seedling growth: quantifying the parasitism–mutualism transition along a light gradient. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 46(1):48-57.
Ibáñez I, McCarthy-Neumann SM.  2015.  Effects of mycorrhizal fungi on tree seedling growth: quantifying the parasitism-mutualism transition along a light gradient. Canadian Journal of Forest Research.
Isard SA, Schaetzl RJ.  1995.  Estimating soil temperatures and frost in the lake effect snowbelt region, Michigan, USA. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 23(4):317-332.
Stoy P.C, Dietze M.C, Richardson A.D, Vargas R., Barr A.G, Anderson R.S, Arain M.A, Baker I.T, Black T.A, Chen J.M et al..  2013.  Evaluating the agreement between measurements and models of net ecosystem exchange at different times and timescales using wavelet coherence: an example using data from the North American Carbon Program Site-Level Interim Synthesis. Biogeosciences. 10(11):6893-6909.
Jacobus J, Ivan LN.  2005.  Evaluating the effects of habitat patchiness on small fish assemblages in a Great Lakes coastal marsh. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 31:466-481.
Iwatsuki Z.  1957.  The genus Hypnodon and its allies. The Bryologist. 60:299-310.
R. Stevenson J, Lowe RL.  1986.  Sampling and interpretation of algal patterns for water quality assessments. Rationale for Sampling and Interpretation of Ecological Data in the Assessment of Freshwater Ecosystems. Special Technical Publication 894:118-149.
W. Kerfoot C, Newman R.M, III ZHanscom.  1998.  Snail reaction to watercress leaf tissues: reinterpretation of a mutualistic 'alarm' hypothesis. Freshwater Biology. 40:201-213.
MacDonald NW, Burton AJames, Liechty HO, Mroz GD, Witter JA.  1991.  Soil solution chemistry and ion leaching in northern hardwood forests across an 800 km pollution gradient. Emerging Issues in Northern Hardwood Management: Air Pollution, Climate Change & Biodiversity. Miscellaneous Publication 91-1:38.
Isard SA, Schaetzl RJ.  1993.  Southern Michigan's snow belt: modelled impacts on soil temperatures and freezing. Proceedings of the 50th Eastern Snow Conference. :247-253.
Scheiner SM, Istock CAlan.  1994.  Species enrichment in a transitional landscape, northern lower Michigan. Canadian Journal of Botany. 72:217-226.
Matheny AM, Bohrer G, Vogel CS, Morin TH, He L, Frasson RPrata de M, Mirfenderesgi G, Schäfer KVR, Gough CM, Ivanov VY et al..  2014.  Species-specific transpiration responses to intermediate disturbance in a northern hardwood forest. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. :n/a-n/a.
Hunter WSanborn, III GWHunter.  1935.  Studies on Clinostomum. II. The miracidium of C. marginatum (Rud.). Journal of Parasitology. 21:186-189.
III GWHunter, Hunter WSanborn.  1934.  Studies on fish and bird parasites. :245-254.
Herms DA, Mattson WJ, Karowe DN, Coleman MD, Trier TM, Birr BA, Isebrands J.G.  1995.  Variable performance of outbreak defoliators on aspen clones exposed to elevated CO2 and O3. Proceedings of the 1995 Meeting of the Northern Global Change Program. USDA General Technical Report NE-214:1-14.