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Peterson BJ. Abrupt climate change: ocean salinity changes and potential impacts on ocean circulation. In: Harrison P UNEP Global Environment Outlook Year Book 2004/5. UNEP Global Environment Outlook Year Book 2004/5. Nairobi, Kenya: United Nations Environment Programme; 2005. pp. 80-84. Available from: http://www.unep.org/geo/yearbook
Fry B, Jones DE, Kling GW, McKane RB, Nadelhoffer KJ, Peterson BJ. Adding 15N tracers to ecosystem experiments. In: Wada E, Yoneyama T, Minegawa M, Ando T, Fry B Stable isotopes in the biosphere. Stable isotopes in the biosphere. Kyoto: Kyoto University Press; 1995. pp. 171-192.
Rastetter EB, McKane RB, Shaver GR, Nadelhoffer KJ, Giblin AE. Analysis of CO2, temperature, and moisture effects on carbon storage in Alaskan arctic tundra using a general ecosystem model. In: Oechel WC, Holten JI Global Change and Arctic Terrestrial Ecosystems. Global Change and Arctic Terrestrial Ecosystems. NY: Springer-Verlag; 1997. pp. 349-364.
Chapin, III FS, Shaver GR. Arctic. In: Chabot BF, Mooney HA Physiological Ecology of North American Plant Communities. Physiological Ecology of North American Plant Communities. New York, NY: Chapman and Hail; 1985. pp. 16-40.
Brown J, Kling GW, Hinkel KM, Hinzman LD, Nelson FE, Romanovsky VE, Shiklomonov NI. Arctic Alaska and Seward Peninsula. In: Brown J, Hinkel KM, Nelson FE The circumpolar active layer monitoring (CALM) program: Research designs and initial results. Vol. 24(2). The circumpolar active layer monitoring (CALM) program: Research designs and initial results. Polar Geography; 2002. pp. 165-258.
Maxwell B. Arctic climate: Potential for change under global warming. In: Chapin, III FS, Jefferies RL, Reynolds R, Shaver GR, Svoboda J Arctic Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: An Ecophysiological Perspective. Arctic Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: An Ecophysiological Perspective. San Diego, CA: Academic Press; 1991. pp. 11-34.
Hobbie JE. Arctic Ecosystem Response to Change. In: Arctic Research of the United States. Vol. 7. Arctic Research of the United States. ; 1993. pp. 2-9.
Chapin, III FS, Jefferies RL, Reynolds R, Shaver GR, Svoboda J. Arctic physiological ecology in an ecosystems context. In: Chapin, III FS, Jefferies RL, Reynolds R, Shaver GR, Svoboda J Arctic Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: An Ecophysiological Perspective. Arctic Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: An Ecophysiological Perspective. New York: Academic Press; 1992. pp. 3-10.
Chapin, III FS, Jefferies RL, Reynolds R, Shaver GR, Svoboda J. Arctic plant physiological ecology: A challenge for the future. In: Chapin, III FS, Jefferies RL, Reynolds R, Shaver GR, Svoboda J Arctic Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: An Ecophysiological Perspective. Arctic Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: An Ecophysiological Perspective. New York: Academic Press; 1992. pp. 441-452.
Jonasson S, Callaghan TV, Shaver GR, Nielsen L. Arctic Terrestrial Ecosystems and Ecosystem Function. In: Nuttall M, Callaghan TV The Arctic: Environment, People, Policy. The Arctic: Environment, People, Policy. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers; 2000. pp. 275-313.
Callaghan TV, Björn LO, Chapin, III FS, Chernov Y, Christensen TR, Huntley B, Ims RA, Johansson M, Riedlinger DJ, Jonasson S, et al. Arctic Tundra and Polar Desert Ecosystems, Chapter 7. In: ACIA 2005: Arctic Climate Impact Assessment. ACIA 2005: Arctic Climate Impact Assessment. Cambridge University Press; 2005. pp. 243-352.
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De Ruiter PC, Neutel A-M, Moore JC. The balance between productivity and food web structure in soil ecosystems. In: Bardgett RD, Usher MB, Hopkins DW Biological Diversity and Function in Soils. Biological Diversity and Function in Soils. Cambridge University Press; 2005. pp. 139-153.
Lorke A, MacIntyre S. The benthic boundary layer. In: Likens GE Encyclopedia of Inland Waters. Encyclopedia of Inland Waters. Elsevier; 2009.
Shaver GR, Nadelhoffer KJ, Giblin AE. Biogeochemical diversity and element transport in a heterogeneous landscape, the North Slope of Alaska. In: Turner MG, Gardner RH Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology. Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology. New York: Springer-Verlag; 1990. pp. 105-126.
Jonasson S, Chapin, III FS, Shaver GR. Biogeochemistry in the Arctic: Patterns, processes and controls. In: Schulze ED, Harrison SP, Heimann M, Holland EA, Lloyd JJ, Prentice IC, Schimel DS Global Biogeochemical Cycles in the Climate System. Global Biogeochemical Cycles in the Climate System. Academic Press; 2001. pp. 139-150.
Stedmon CA, Cory RM. Biological origins and fate of fluorescent dissolved organic matter in aquatic environments. In: Coble PG, Lead JR, Baker A, Reynolds DM, Spencer RGM Aquatic Organic Matter Fluorescence. Aquatic Organic Matter Fluorescence. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press; 2014. pp. 278-302.
Schell DM. Bomb radiocarbon in arctic Alaskan aquatic and terrestrial biota. In: Adushkin V, Karsilov G Radioactivity and Environmental Security in the Oceans: New Research and Policy Priorities in the Arctic and North Atlantic. Radioactivity and Environmental Security in the Oceans: New Research and Policy Priorities in the Arctic and North Atlantic. Woods Hole: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; 1993. pp. 135-144.
Moore JC, De Ruiter PC. Bottom-up control. In: Hastings A, Gross LJ Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology. Vol. 4. Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology. University of California Press; 2012. pp. 106-112.
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Shaver GR, Aber JD. Carbon and nutrient allocation in terrestrial ecosystems. In: Breymeyer A, Hall DO, Melillo JM, Ågren GI Global Change: Effects on Coniferous forests and Grasslands. Global Change: Effects on Coniferous forests and Grasslands. Chichester, NY: John Wiley and Sons; 1996. pp. 183-198.
Shaver GR, Rastetter EB, Giblin AE, Nadelhoffer KJ. Carbon-nutrient interactions as constraints on recovery of arctic ecosystems from disturbance. In: Crawford RMM Disturbance and Recovery in Arctic Lands: An Ecological Perspective. Disturbance and Recovery in Arctic Lands: An Ecological Perspective. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers; 1997. pp. 553-562.
Kratz TK, MacIntyre S, Webster KE. Causes and consequences of spatial heterogeneity in lakes. In: Lovett GM, Turner MG, Jones CG, Weathers KC Ecosystem Function in Heterogeneous Landscapes. Ecosystem Function in Heterogeneous Landscapes. NY: Springer; 2005. pp. 329-347.
Prowse TD, Alfredsen K, Beltaos S, Bonsal B, Durguay C, Korhola A, McNamara JP, Vincent WF, Vuglinsky V, Weyhenmeyer G. Changing Lake and River Ice Regimes: Trends, Effects and Implications. In: Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA): Climate change and the Cryosphere. Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA): Climate change and the Cryosphere. Oslo, Norway: Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme; 2011.
Crump BC, Ducklow HW, Hobbie JE. Chapter 10: Estuarine microbial food webs. In: Day JW, Crump BC, Kemp WM, Yanez-Arancibia A Estuarine Ecology. 2ndnd ed. Estuarine Ecology. John Wiley & Sons; 2012.
Cherry JE, Déry SJ, Cheng Y, Stieglitz M, Jacobs AS, Pan F. Climate and hydrometeorology of the Toolik Lake region and the Kuparuk River Basin: Past, present, and future. In: Hobbie JE, Kling GW A changing Arctic: Ecological consequences for tundra, streams and lakes. A changing Arctic: Ecological consequences for tundra, streams and lakes. New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 2014. pp. 21-60.
Hobbie JE, Shaver GR, Laundre JA, Slavik K, Deegan LA, O'Brien WJohn, Oberbauer SF, MacIntyre S. Climate forcing at the Arctic LTER Site. In: Greenland D, Goodin D, Smith R Climate Variability and Ecosystem Response at Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Sites. Climate Variability and Ecosystem Response at Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Sites. New York: Oxford University Press.; 2003. pp. 74-91.

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