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Gough L, Moore JC, Shaver GR, Simpson RT, Johnson DR. Above- and belowground responses of arctic tundra ecosystems to altered soil nutrients and mammalian herbivory. Ecology [Internet]. 2012 ;93(7):1683-1694. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/11-1631.1
Kipphut GW, Whalen SC. Access pipes for sampling through thick ice. Hydrobiologia. 1992 ;240:267-269.
Rocha AV, Shaver GR. Advantages of a two band EVI calculated from solar and photosynthetically active radiation fluxes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology [Internet]. 2009 ;149(9):1560-1563. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2009.03.016
Rastetter EB, King AW, Cosby BJ, Hornberger GM, O’Neill RV, Hobbie JE. Aggregating Fine-Scale Ecological Knowledge to Model Coarser-Scale Attributes of Ecosystems. Ecological Applications. 1992 ;2(1):55-70.
Hobbie JE, Hobbie EA. Amino acid cycling in plankton and soil microbes studied with radioisotopes: measured amino acids in soil do not reflect bioavailability. Biogeochemistry [Internet]. 2012 ;107(1-3):339-360. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10533-010-9556-9
Stieglitz M, Shaman J, McNamara JP, Kling GW, Engel VC, Shanley J. An approach to understanding hydrologic connectivity on the hillslope and the implications for nutrient transport. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 2003 ;17(4):1105.
Déry SJ, Salomonson VS, Stieglitz M, Hall DK, Apple I. An approach to using snow areal depletion curves inferred from MODIS and its application for land surface modelling in Alaska. Hydrological Processes. 2005 ;19(14):1755-2774.
Chapin, III FS, McGuire AD, Randerson JT, Pielke R, Baldocchi DD, Hobbie SE, Roulet N, Eugster W, Kasischke E, Rastetter EB, et al. Arctic and boreal ecosystems of western North America as components of the climate system. Global Change Biology. 2000 ;6:211-223.
Rich ME, Gough L, Boelman NT. Arctic arthropod assemblages in habitats of differing shrub dominance. Ecography [Internet]. 2013 ;36(9):994-1003. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0587.2012.00078.x
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Williams MW, Rastetter EB, van der Pol L, Shaver GR. Arctic canopy photosynthetic efficiency enhanced under diffuse light, linked to a reduction in the fraction of the canopy in deep shade. New Phytologist. 2014 ;202(4):1267-1276.
White D, Hinzman LD, Alessa L, Cassano J, Chambers M, Falkner K, Francis J, Gutowski B, Holland M, Holmes RM, et al. The Arctic freshwater system: changes and impacts. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 2007 ;112(G4):G04S54.
Kling GW, Kipphut GW, Miller MC. Arctic lakes and streams as gas conduits to the atmosphere: implications for tundra carbon budgets. Science. 1991 ;251(4991):298-301.
Ackerman D, Griffin D, Hobbie SE, Finlay JC. Arctic shrub growth trajectories differ across soil moisture levels. Global Change Biology [Internet]. 2017 . Available from: http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/gcb.13677
Lang SI, Cornelissen JHC, Shaver GR, Ahrens M, Callaghan TV, Molau U, Braak CJFTer, Hölzer A, Aerts R. Arctic warming on two continents has consistent negative effects on lichen diversity and mixed effects on bryophyte diversity. Global Change Biology [Internet]. 2012 ;18(3):1096-1107. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02570.x
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Mbufong HN, Lund M, Aurela M, Christensen TR, Eugster W, Friborg T, Hansen BU, Humphreys ER, Jackowicz-Korczynski M, Kutzbach L, et al. Assessing the spatial variability in peak season CO2 exchange characteristics across the Arctic tundra using a light response curve parameterization. Biogeosciences. 2014 ;11:4897-4912.
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Bahr M, Hobbie JE, Sogin ML. Bacterial diversity in an arctic lake: a freshwater SAR11 cluster. Aquatic Microbial Ecology [Internet]. 1996 ;11(3):271-277. Available from: <Go to ISI>://WOS:A1996WD15000008
Judd KE, Crump BC, Kling GW. Bacterial responses in activity and community composition to photo-oxidation of dissolved organic matter from soil and surface waters. Aquatic Sciences. 2007 ;69:96-107.
Crump BC, Kling GW, Bahr M, Hobbie JE. Bacterioplankton community shifts in an Arctic lake correlate with seasonal changes in organic matter source. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 2003 ;69(4):2253-2268.
DeSlippe JR, Simard SW. Below-ground carbon transfer among Betula nana may increase with warming in Arctic tundra. New Phytologist. 2011 ;192(3):689-698.
Daniels WC, Kling GW, Giblin AE. Benthic community metabolism in deep and shallow Arctic lakes during 13 years of whole-lake fertilization. Limnology and Oceanography. 2015 ;60(5).
Miller MC, Reed JP. Benthic metabolism of arctic coastal ponds, Barrow, Alaska. Vereinigung Verhandlungen International Limnologie. 1975 ;19:459-465.
Sierszen ME, McDonald ME, Jensen DA. Benthos as the basis for arctic lake food webs. Aquatic Ecology. 2003 ;37(4):437-445.
Whittinghill KA, Finlay JC, Hobbie SE. Bioavailability of dissolved organic carbon across a hillslope chronosequence in the Kuparuk River region, Alaska. Soil Biology and Biochemistry [Internet]. 2014 ;79:25-33. Available from: http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0038071714002983

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