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2019
Heinen JT, Castillo B.  2019.  Browse-Mediated Succession by Deer and Elk 40 Y After a Clearcut in Northern Lower Michigan. The American Midland Naturalist. 181(1):81.
Nave L.E., A. Ornelas C, Drevnick P.E., Gallo A., Hatten J.A., Heckman K.A., Matosziuk L., Sanclements M., Strahm B.D., Veverica T.J. et al..  2019.  Carbon–Mercury Interactions in Spodosols Assessed through Density Fractionation, Radiocarbon Analysis, and Soil Survey Information. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 83(1):190.
Nave L.E., A. Ornelas C, Drevnick P.E., Gallo A., Hatten J.A., Heckman K.A., Matosziuk L., Sanclements M., Strahm B.D., Veverica T.J. et al..  2019.  Carbon–Mercury Interactions in Spodosols Assessed through Density Fractionation, Radiocarbon Analysis, and Soil Survey Information. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 83(1):190.
Hofmeister KL, Nave LE, Drevnick P, Veverica T, Knudstrup R, Heckman KA, Riha SJ, Schneider RL, M. Walter T.  2019.  Seasonal dynamics and exports of elements from a first‐order stream to a large inland lake in Michigan. Hydrological Processes.
Hofmeister KL, Nave LE, Drevnick P, Veverica T, Knudstrup R, Heckman KA, Riha SJ, Schneider RL, M. Walter T.  2019.  Seasonal dynamics and exports of elements from a first‐order stream to a large inland lake in Michigan. Hydrological Processes.
Hofmeister K.L., Nave L.E., Riha S.J., Schneider R.L., Walter M.T..  2019.  A Test of Two Spatial Frameworks for Representing Spatial Patterns of Wetness in a Glacial Drift Watershed. Vadose Zone Journal. 18(1)
2015
Bryan AM, Cheng SJ, Ashworth K, Guenther AB, Hardiman BS, Bohrer G, Steiner AL.  2015.  Forest-atmosphere BVOC exchange in diverse and structurally complex canopies: 1-D modeling of a mid-successional forest in northern Michigan. Atmospheric Environment.
Drevnick PE, Lamborg CH, Horgan MJ.  2015.  Increase in mercury in Pacific yellowfin tuna. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 34(4):931-934.
Xia J, Niu S, Ciais P, Janssens IA, Chen J, Ammann C, Arain A, Blanken PD, Cescatti A, Bonal D et al..  2015.  Joint control of terrestrial gross primary productivity by plant phenology and physiology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. :201413090.
Ewert DN, Hall KR, Smith RJ, Rodewald PG.  2015.  Landbird Stopover in the Great Lakes Region: integrating habitat use and climate change in conservation. Phenological synchrony and bird migration: climate change and seasonal resources in North America. :17-46.
D’Odorico P, Gonsamo A, Gough CM, Bohrer G, Morison J, Wilkinson M, Hanson PJ, Gianelle D, Fuentes JD, Buchmann N.  2015.  The match and mismatch between photosynthesis and land surface phenology of deciduous forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 214-215:25-38.
Bond-Lamberty B., Fisk J.P, Holm J.A, Bailey V., Bohrer G., Gough C.M.  2015.  Moderate forest disturbance as a stringent test for gap and big-leaf models. Biogeosciences. 12(2):513-526.
Matheny AM, Bohrer G, Garrity SR, Morin TH, Howard CJ, Vogel CS.  2015.  Observations of stem water storage in trees of opposing hydraulic strategies. Ecosphere. 6(9):art165.
Jolls CL, Marik JE, Hamzé SI, Havens K.  2015.  Population viability analysis and the effects of light availability and litter on populations of Cirsium pitcheri, a rare, monocarpic perennial of Great Lakes shorelines. Biological Conservation. 187:82-90.
Jolls CL, Marik JE, Hamzé SI, Havens K.  2015.  Population viability analysis and the effects of light availability and litter on populations of Cirsium pitcheri, a rare, monocarpic perennial of Great Lakes shorelines. Biological Conservation. 187:82-90.
Seok B, Helmig D, Liptzin D, Williams MW, Vogel CS.  2015.  Snowpack-atmosphere gas exchanges of carbon dioxide, ozone, and nitrogen oxides at a hardwood forest site in northern Michigan. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene. 3:000040.
Cheng SJ, Bohrer G, Steiner AL, Hollinger DY, Suyker A, Phillips RP, Nadelhoffer KJ.  2015.  Variations in the influence of diffuse light on gross primary productivity in temperate ecosystems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 201:98-110.
2014
Nave L.E, Sparks J.P, Le Moine J., Hardiman B.S, Nadelhoffer K.J, Tallant J.M, Vogel C.S, Strahm B.D, Curtis P.S.  2014.  Changes in soil nitrogen cycling in a northern temperate forest ecosystem during succession. Biogeochemistry.
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.
Tao L, Hunter MD.  2014.  Effects of soil nutrients on the sequestration of plant defence chemicals by the specialist insect herbivore, Danaus plexippus. Ecological Entomology.
Vannette RL, Hunter MD.  2014.  Genetic variation in plant below-ground response to elevated CO2 and two herbivore species. Plant and Soil.
Wason EL, Hunter MD.  2014.  Genetic variation in plant volatile emission does not result in differential attraction of natural enemies in the field. Oecologia. 174(2):479-491.
Wason EL, Hunter MD.  2014.  Genetic variation in plant volatile emission does not result in differential attraction of natural enemies in the field. Oecologia.
C. Hellquist E, C. Hellquist B, Whipple JJ.  2014.  New Records for Rare and Under-Collected Aquatic Vascular Plants of Yellowstone National Park. Madroño. 61(2):159-176.
C. Hellquist E, C. Hellquist B, Whipple JJ.  2014.  New Records for Rare and Under-Collected Aquatic Vascular Plants of Yellowstone National Park. Madroño. 61(2):159-176.
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.
Gan H, Zak DR, Hunter MD.  2014.  Trophic stability of soil oribatid mites in the face of environmental change. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 68:71-77.
Tao L, Berns AR, Hunter MD.  2014.  Why does a good thing become too much? Interactions between foliar nutrients and toxins determine performance of an insect herbivore Functional Ecology. 28(1):190-196.
2013
Hardiman B, Bohrer G, Gough C, Curtis P.  2013.  Canopy Structural Changes Following Widespread Mortality of Canopy Dominant Trees. Forests. 4(3):537-552.
Maurer KD, Hardiman BS, Vogel CS, Bohrer G.  2013.  Canopy-structure effects on surface roughness parameters: Observations in a Great Lakes mixed-deciduous forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 177:24-34.
Gan H, Zak DR, Hunter MD.  2013.  Chronic nitrogen deposition alters the structure and function of detrital food webs in a northern hardwood ecosystem. Ecological Applications. 23(6):1311-1321.
McFarlane KJ, Torn MS, Hanson PJ, Porras RC, Swanston CW, Callaham MA, Guilderson TP.  2013.  Comparison of soil organic matter dynamics at five temperate deciduous forests with physical fractionation and radiocarbon measurements. Biogeochemistry. (112):457-476.
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.
Seok B., Helmig D., Ganzeveld L., Williams M.W, Vogel C.S.  2013.  Dynamics of nitrogen oxides and ozone above and within a mixed hardwood forest in northern Michigan. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 13(15):7301-7320.
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.
Wason EL, Agrawal AA, Hunter MD.  2013.  A Genetically-Based Latitudinal Cline in the Emission of Herbivore-Induced Plant Volatile Organic Compounds. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 39(8):1101-1111.
Wu C, Chen JM, Black AT, Price DT, Kurz WA, Desai AR, Gonsamo A, Jassal RS, Gough CM, Bohrer G et al..  2013.  Interannual variability of net ecosystem productivity in forests is explained by carbon flux phenology in autumn. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 22(8):994-1006.
Hardiman BS, Gough CM, Halperin A, Hofmeister KL, Nave LE, Bohrer G, Curtis PS.  2013.  Maintaining high rates of carbon storage in old forests: A mechanism linking canopy structure to forest function. Forest Ecology and Management. 298:111-119.
Hardiman BS, Gough CM, Halperin A, Hofmeister KL, Nave LE, Bohrer G, Curtis PS.  2013.  Maintaining high rates of carbon storage in old forests: A mechanism linking canopy structure to forest function. Forest Ecology and Management. 298:111-119.
Hardiman BS, Gough CM, Halperin A, Hofmeister KL, Nave LE, Bohrer G, Curtis PS.  2013.  Maintaining high rates of carbon storage in old forests: A mechanism linking canopy structure to forest function. Forest Ecology and Management. 298:111-119.
Eisenlord S.D, Freedman Z., Zak D.R, Xue K., He Z., Zhou J..  2013.  Microbial Mechanisms Mediating Increased Soil C Storage under Elevated Atmospheric N Deposition. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 79(4):1191-1199.
Vannette RL, Hunter MD.  2013.  Mycorrhizal abundance affects the expression of plant resistance traits and herbivore performance. Journal of Ecology. 101(4):1019-1029.
Gough CM, Hardiman BS, Nave L, Bohrer G, Maurer KD, Vogel CS, Nadelhoffer KJ, Curtis PS.  2013.  Sustained carbon uptake and storage following moderate disturbance in a Great Lakes forest. Ecological Applications. 23(5):1205-1215.
He L, Ivanov VY, Bohrer G, Thomsen JE, Vogel CS, Moghaddam M.  2013.  Temporal dynamics of soil moisture in a northern temperate mixed successional forest after a prescribed intermediate disturbance. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 180:22-33.
Freedman Z, Eisenlord SD, Zak DR, Xue K, He Z, Zhou J.  2013.  Towards a molecular understanding of N cycling in northern hardwood forests under future rates of N deposition. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 66:130-138.
Melaas EK, Richardson AD, Friedl MA, Dragoni D, Gough CM, Herbst M, Montagnani L, Moors E.  2013.  Using FLUXNET data to improve models of springtime vegetation activity onset in forest ecosystems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 171-172:46-56.
2012
Davis CC, Gunn M, C. Hellquist E.  2012.  The Botanical Teaching Legacy of Edward G. Voss at the University of Michigan Biological Station. The Michigan Botanist. 51(1):32-41.
Pratt K.A, Mielke L.H, Shepson P.B, Bryan A.M, Steiner A.L, Ortega J., Daly R., Helmig D., Vogel C.S, Griffith S. et al..  2012.  Contributions of individual reactive biogenic volatile organic compounds to organic nitrates above a mixed forest. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 12(21):10125-10143.
Havens K, Jolls CL, Marik JE, Vitt P, A. McEachern K, Kind D..  2012.  Effects of a non-native biocontrol weevil, Larinus planus, and other emerging threats on populations of the federally threatened Pitcher’s thistle, Cirsium pitcheri. Biological Conservation. 155:202-211.
Garrity SR, Meyer K, Maurer KD, Hardiman B, Bohrer G.  2012.  Estimating plot-level tree structure in a deciduous forest by combining allometric equations, spatial wavelet analysis and airborne LiDAR. Remote Sensing Letters. 3(5):443-451.
Hillman M.D., Karpanty S.M., Fraser J.D, Cuthbert FJean, Altman JM, Borneman TE, Derose-Wilson A.  2012.  Evidence of Long-distance Dispersal and Successful Interpopulation Breeding of the Endangered Piping Plover. Waterbirds. 35(4):642-644.
Bryan A.M, Bertman S.B, Carroll M.A, Dusanter S., Edwards G.D, Forkel R., Griffith S., Guenther A.B, Hansen R.F, Helmig D. et al..  2012.  In-canopy gas-phase chemistry during CABINEX 2009: sensitivity of a 1-D canopy model to vertical mixing and isoprene chemistry. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 12(18):8829-8849.
Bryan A.M, Bertman S.B, Carroll M.A, Dusanter S., Edwards G.D, Forkel R., Griffith S., Guenther A.B, Hansen R.F, Helmig D. et al..  2012.  In-canopy gas-phase chemistry during CABINEX 2009: sensitivity of a 1-D canopy model to vertical mixing and isoprene chemistry. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 12(18):8829-8849.
Galloway MM, DiGangi JP, Hottle JRobert, Huisman AJ, Mielke LH, Alaghmand M, Shepson PB, Weremijewicz J, Klavon H, McNeal FM et al..  2012.  Observations and modeling of formaldehyde at the PROPHET mixed hardwood forest site in 2008. Atmospheric Environment. 49:403-410.
Galloway MM, DiGangi JP, Hottle JRobert, Huisman AJ, Mielke LH, Alaghmand M, Shepson PB, Weremijewicz J, Klavon H, McNeal FM et al..  2012.  Observations and modeling of formaldehyde at the PROPHET mixed hardwood forest site in 2008. Atmospheric Environment. 49:403-410.
Galloway MM, DiGangi JP, Hottle JRobert, Huisman AJ, Mielke LH, Alaghmand M, Shepson PB, Weremijewicz J, Klavon H, McNeal FM et al..  2012.  Observations and modeling of formaldehyde at the PROPHET mixed hardwood forest site in 2008. Atmospheric Environment. 49:403-410.
Hughes ME, Fincke OMargaret.  2012.  Reciprocal Effects between Burying Behavior of a Larval Dragonfly (Odonata: Macromia illinoiensis) and Zebra Mussel Colonization. Journal of Insect Behavior. 25(6):554-568.
Richardson AD, Anderson RS, M Arain A, Barr AG, Bohrer G, Chen G, Chen JM, Ciais P, Davis KJ, Desai AR et al..  2012.  Terrestrial biosphere models need better representation of vegetation phenology: results from the North American Carbon Program Site Synthesis. Global Change Biology. 18(2):566-584.
2011
Kourtev PS, Hill K.A, Shepson PB, Konopka A.  2011.  Atmospheric cloud water contains a diverse bacterial community. Atmospheric Environment. 45(30):5399-5405.
Nave L, Gough CM, Maurer KD, Bohrer G, Hardiman B, Le Moine J, Munoz A.B, Nadelhoffer K, Sparks JP, Strahm B.D et al..  2011.  Disturbance and the resilience of coupled carbon and nitrogen cycling in a north temperate forest. Journal of Geophysical Research. 116(G4)
Hollandsworth D, Lowe RL, Badra P.  2011.  Indigenous unionid clam refugia from zebra mussels in Michigan inland lakes. The American Midland Naturalist. 166(2):369-378.
Zhou X, Zhang N, TerAvest M, Tang D, Hou J, Bertman SB, Alaghmand M, Shepson PB, Carroll MAnne, Griffith S et al..  2011.  Nitric acid photolysis on forest canopy surface as a source for tropospheric nitrous acid. Nature Geoscience. 4(7):440-443.
Vannette RL, Hunter MD.  2011.  Plant defence theory re-examined: nonlinear expectations based on the costs and benefits of resource mutualisms. Journal of Ecology. 99(1):66-76.
Hardiman B, Bohrer G, Gough CM, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2011.  The role of canopy structural complexity in wood net primary production of a maturing northern deciduous forest. Ecology. 92(9):1818-1827.
Richardson AD, Anderson RS, M Arain A, Barr AG, Bohrer G, Chen G, Chen JM, Ciais P, Davis KJ, Desai AR et al..  2011.  Terrestrial biosphere models need better representation of vegetation phenology: results from the North American Carbon Program Site Synthesis. Global Change Biology. 18(2):566-584.
2010
Hollinger D, Ollinger S.V, Richardson AD, Meyers T, D Dail B, Martin M.E, Scott N.A, Arkebauer T.J, Baldocchi D, Clark K.L et al..  2010.  Albedo estimates for land surface models and support for a new paradigm based on foliage nitrogen concentration. Global Change Biology. 16(2):696-710.
Kociolek JP, Lowe RL, Stoermer EF.  2010.  Algae of Northern Michigan and the Douglas Lake Region. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :85-92.
Kelly JJ, Bansal A., Winkelman J., Janus L.R, Hell S., Wencel M., Belt P., Kuehn KA, Rier ST, Tuchman NCrandall.  2010.  Alteration of microbial communities colonizing leaf litter in a temperate woodland stream by growth of trees under conditions of elevated atmospheric CO2. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 76(15):4950-4959.
Lowe RL, Pillsbury RW, Schrank AJ.  2010.  Aquatic Ecosystems of Northern Michigan. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :50-60.
Pillsbury R.  2010.  Aquatic Impacts. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :196-202.
C. Hellquist B.  2010.  Aquatic Vascular Plants. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :77-84.
C. Hellquist B.  2010.  Aquatic Vascular Plants. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :77-84.
Webb PW, Schrank AJ.  2010.  Biological Station Fishes. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :132-142.
Nadelhoffer K, Jr. AJHogg, Hazlett BA.  2010.  The changing environment of northern Michigan: a century of science and nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :x,214p..
Bertman SB.  2010.  Climate Change. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :173-180.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Karowe DN.  2010.  Effects of Climate Change on Terrestrial Communities. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :188-195.
Karl T., Harley P.C, Emmons L., Thornton B., Guenther A., Basu C., Turnipseed A., Jardine K..  2010.  Efficient atmospheric cleansing of oxidized organic trace gases by vegetation. Science. 330(6005):816-819.
Smith M.  2010.  The Fungi. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :69-76.
Nadelhoffer KJ.  2010.  The Future and the Biological Station. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :203-206.
Vannette RL, Hunter MD.  2010.  Genetic variation in expression of defense phenotype may mediate evolutionary adaptation of Asclepias syriaca to elevated CO2. Global Change Biology. 17(3):1277-1288.
Heuvel AVanden, McDermott C, Pillsbury R, Sandrin T, Kinzelman J, Ferguson J, Sadowsky M, Byappanahalli M, Whitman R, Kleinheinz GT.  2010.  The green alga, Cladophora, promotes Escherichia coli growth and contamination of recreational waters in Lake Michigan. Journal of Environment Quality. 39(1):333.