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Hobbie, John E. Microbial Control Of Dissolved Organic Carbon In Lakes: Research For The Future. Hydrobiologia 73. Hydrobiologia (1992): 169-180. doi:10.1007/BF00006999.
Hobbie, John E. Scientific Accomplishments Of The Long Term Ecological Research Program: An Introduction. Bioscience 53, no. 1. Bioscience (2003): 17-20. doi:10.1641/0006-3568(2003)053%5B0017:Saotlt%5D2.0.Co;2.
Hobbie, John E, S. R Carpenter, Nancy B Grimm, J. R Gosz, and T. R Seastedt. The U.s. Long Term Ecological Research (Lter) Program. Bioscience 53, no. 1. Bioscience (2003): 21-32. doi:10.1641/0006-3568(2003)053%5B0021:TULTER%5D2.0.CO;2.
Hobbie, John E, T. L Corliss, and Bruce J Peterson. Seasonal Patterns Of Bacterial Abundance In An Arctic Lake. Arctic And Alpine Research 15, no. 2. Arctic And Alpine Research (1983): 253-259. doi:10.2307/1550926.
Hobbie, John E, and John Helfrich. The Effect Of Grazing By Microprotozoans On Production Of Bacteria. Archives Of Hydrobiology 31. Archives Of Hydrobiology (1988): 281-288.
Hobbie, John E, and Erik A Hobbie. N-15 In Symbiotic Fungi And Plants Estimates Nitrogen And Carbon Flux Rates In Arctic Tundra. Ecology 87, no. 4. Ecology (2006): 816-822. doi:10.1890/0012-9658(2006)87%5B816:Nisfap%5D2.0.Co;2.
Hobbie, John E, Erik A Hobbie, J. C Weber, J. Shamhart, H. Drossman, and M. H Conte. Mycorrhizal Fungi Supply Nitrogen To Host Plants In Arctic Tundra And Boreal Forests: 15N Is The Key Signal. Canadian Journal Of Microbiology 55. Canadian Journal Of Microbiology (2009): 84-94. doi:10.1139/W08-127.
Hobbie, John E, Bonnie L Kwiatkowski, Edward B Rastetter, D. A Walker, and R. B McKane. Carbon Cycling In The Kuparuk Basin: Plant Production, Carbon Storage, And Sensitivity To Future Changes. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 103, no. D22. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres (1998): 29065-29073. doi:10.1029/98jd00804.