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Albedo vs. energy budget partitioning: effects on climate. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame.
Analyzing spectral signatures as rapid indicators of leaf biochemistry in plants of the Arctic tundra. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2015..
Arctic arthropod communities in habitats of differing shrub abundance. Arlington, TX: University of Texas at Arlington; 2012. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10106/11138.
Arctic hydroclimatology. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2006..
Arctic investigations of some factors that control the vertical distributions and swimming activities of zooplankton. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire; 1978 p. 103..
Arthropod availability for migratory songbirds in Alaskan tundra: Timing of abundance of aquatic and terrestrial sources. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2012..
Benthic community structure in an arctic lake. fish predation foraging strategies, and prey refugia. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University; 1983 p. 108..
Biophysical factors influencing the geographic variability of soil heat flux near Toolik Lake, Alaska : implications for terrain sensitivity. University of Alaska, Fairbanks; 1986 p. 109..
Carbon and nitrogen dynamics along an Arctic tundra chronosequence. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame.
Carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios of caribou tissues, vascular plants, and lichens from northern Alaska. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska; 1994 p. 171..
Changes in abundance, species composition and controls within the microbial loop of a fertilized arctic lake. Greensboro, NC: University of North Carolina; 1996 p. 129..
Changes in arctic vegetation and associated changes in resources for herbivorous arthropods. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2015..
Characterization of hyporheic influences on the hydrology and geochemistry in contrasting arctic streams. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire; 1997..
Characterizing the effects of climate change-induced shrub expansion on Arctic arthropod communities and food webs. Arlington, TX: University of Texas at Arlington; Submitted..
Chironomid community structure in an arctic lake: The role of a predatory chironomic. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University; 1980 p. 100..
Chironomid fossil remains: a bioindicator for post-glacial fish migration into Toolik Lake, Alaska. Cincinnati, OH: University of Cincinnati; 1995 p. 108..
Coexistence and vertical distribution of two copepods Cyclops scutifer and Diaptomus pribilofensis in an oligotrophic Arctic lake. Greensboro, NC: University of North Carolina; 2004..
Comparing trophic level position of invertebrates in fish and fishless lakes in Arctic Alaska. Logan, UT: Utah State University; 2013..
Comparison of epilithic algal and bryophyte metabolism in an arctic tundra stream, Alaska. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire; 1997..
A comparison of slimy sculpin (Cottus cognatus) populations in arctic lakes with implications for the role of piscivorous predators. Duluth, MN: University of Minnesota; 1993..
Consumer-driven nutrient recycling in arctic Alaskan lakes: controls, importance for primary production, and influence on nutrient limitation. Logan, UT: Utah State University; 2009..
The contribution and environmental control of nitrogen fixation by lichens in upland Arctic tundra. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota; 2003..
Control of epilithic community structure in an arctic lake by vertebrate predation and invertebrate grazing. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University; 1981 p. 96..
Controls on bacterial productivity in arctic lakes and streams. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan; 2010 p. 261..
Controls on N accumulation and loss in Arctic tundra ecosystems. Providence, RI: Brown University; 2007..