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Abbott BW, Jones JB, Schuur EAG, Chapin, III FS, Bowden WB, M Bret-Harte S, Epstein HE, Flannigan MD, Harms TK, Hollingsworth TN, et al. Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment. Environmental Research Letters [Internet]. 2016 ;11:034014. Available from:
Krause JS, Chmura HE, Perez JH, Quach LN, Asmus A, Word KR, McGuigan MA, Sweet SK, Meddle SL, Gough L, et al. Breeding on the leading edge of a northward expansion: Differences in morphology and the stress response of the Arctic Gambel's white-crowned sparrow. Oecologia. 2016 ;180(1):33-44.
Gough L. Conducting research at the Arctic LTER: Bridging community and ecosystem ecology via collaborations. In: Willig MR, Walker LJ Long Term Ecological Research: Changing the Nature of Scientists. Long Term Ecological Research: Changing the Nature of Scientists. New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 2016. pp. 83-90.
Krause JS, Perez JH, Chmura HE, Sweet SK, Meddle SL, Hunt K, Gough L, Boelman NT, Wingfield JC. The effects of an extreme spring on body condition and stress physiology in Lapland longspurs and white-crowned sparrows breeding in the Arctic. Functional Ecology. 2016 ;237:10-18.
Gough L, Bettez ND, Slavik K, Bowden WB, Giblin AE, Kling GW, Laundre JA, Shaver GR. Effects of long-term nutrient additions on Arctic tundra, stream, and lake ecosystems: beyond NPP. Oecologia. 2016 .
Boelman NT, Holbrook J, Greaves H, Krause JS, Chmura HE, Magney TS, Perez JH, Eitel JUH, Gough L, Vierling KT, et al. LiDAR gives a bird’s eye perspective on Arctic tundra breeding habitat. Remote Sensing of Environment. 2016 ;184:337-349.
Perez JH, Krause JS, Chmura HE, Bowman S, Mcguigan Ma., Asmus A, Meddle SL, Hunt K, Gough L, Boelman NT, et al. Nestling growth rates in relation to food abundance and weather in the Arctic. Auk. 2016 ;133(2):261-272.
Gough L, Bass H, Mclaren JR. Effects of increased soil nutrients on seed rain: a role for seed dispersal in the greening of the Arctic?. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research. 2015 ;47(1):27-34.
Smith MD, La Pierre KJ, Collins SL, Knapp AK, Gross KL, Barrett JE, Frey SD, Gough L, Miller RJ, Morris JL, et al. Global environmental change and the nature of aboveground net primary productivity responses: insights from long-term experiments. Oecologia. 2015 ;177(4):935-947.
Sweet SK, Griffin KL, Steltzer H, Gough L, Boelman NT. Greater deciduous shrub abundance extends tundra peak season and increases modeled net CO2 uptake. Global Change Biology. 2015 ;21(6):2394-2409.
Boelman NT, Gough L, Wingfield JC, Goetz SJ, Asmus A, Chmura HE, Krause JS, Perez JH, Sweet SK, Guay KC. Greater shrub dominance alters breeding habitat and food resources for migratory songbirds in Alaskan arctic tundra. Global Change Biology. 2015 ;21(4):1508-1520.
Sweet SK, Asmus A, Rich ME, Gough L, Boelman NT. NDVI as a predictor of canopy arthropod biomass in the Alaskan Arctic tundra. Ecological Applications. 2015 ;25(3):779-790.
Christie KS, Bryant JP, Gough L, Ravolainen VT, Ruess RW, Tape KD. The Role of Vertebrate Herbivores in Regulating Shrub Expansion in the Arctic: A Synthesis. BioScience [Internet]. 2015 :biv137. Available from:
McGuigan MA, Krause JS, Chmura HE, Perez JH, Gough L, Boelman NT, Ramenofsky M, Wingfield JC. Spatial habitat use post-breeding: A radio-telemetry study in Gambel’s White-crowned sparrows. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting. 2015 .