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Gough, Laura. 2006. Neighbor Effects On Germination, Survival And Growth In Two Arctic Tundra Plant Communities. Ecography 29. Ecography: 44-56. doi:10.1111/j.2005.0906-7590.04096.x.
Gough, Laura. 2012. Freshwater Arctic Tundra Wetlands. In Wetland Habitats Of North America: Ecology And Conservation Concerns, 371-386. Wetland Habitats Of North America: Ecology And Conservation Concerns. University of California Press.
Gough, Laura. 2013. Effects Of Global Change On Arctic Plants And Our Native Prairies (Invited Speaker). Native Plant Society Of Texas, Dallas Chapter. Native Plant Society Of Texas, Dallas Chapter. Dallas, TX.
Gough, Laura. 2014. Ecological Monitoring At Toolik Field Station: Lessons Learned And Challenges Ahead. Arctic Biodiversity Congress. Arctic Biodiversity Congress. Trondheim, Norway.
Gough, Laura. 2016. Conducting Research At The Arctic Lter: Bridging Community And Ecosystem Ecology Via Collaborations. In Long Term Ecological Research: Changing The Nature Of Scientists, 83-90. Long Term Ecological Research: Changing The Nature Of Scientists. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Gough, Laura, H. Bass, and J. R Mclaren. 2015. Effects Of Increased Soil Nutrients On Seed Rain: A Role For Seed Dispersal In The Greening Of The Arctic?. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research 47 (1). Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research: 27-34. doi:10.1657/AAAR0014-055.
Gough, Laura, K. Shrestha, David R Johnson, and B. Moon. 2008. Long-Term Mammalian Herbivory And Nutrient Addition Alter Lichen Community Structure In Alaskan Dry Heath Tundra. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research 40 (1). Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research: 65-73. doi:10.1657/1523-0430(06-087)%5BGough%5D2.0.Co;2.
Gough, Laura, P. A Wookey, and Gaius R Shaver. 2002. Dry Heath Arctic Tundra Responses To Long-Term Nutrient And Light Manipulation. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research 34 (2). Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research: 211-218. doi:10.2307/1552473.