The contribution and environmental control of nitrogen fixation by lichens in upland Arctic tundra. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota; 2003..
Monitoring and forecasting land surface wetness, mosquito abundance and mosquito-borne disease transmission. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2003..
Estimating microbial biomass in low-production ecosystems. Greeley, CO: University of Northern Colorado; 2001..
Range expansion and ecology of the exotic cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi'. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas; 2001..
A survey of soil biota in the Arctic tundra and their role in mediating terrestrial nutrient cycling. Greeley, CO: University of Northern Colorado; 2000..
Elemental stoichiometry in Crustacean zooplankton: Phylogenetic patterns, physiological mechanisms, and ecological consequences. Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University; 1999 p. 224pp..
Controls over bryophyte diversity in Alaskan arctic tundra. New Orleans, LA: Tulane University; 1998 p. 45..
The effects of lake gromorphology, fish assemblages and species richness on food web structure in arctic Alaskan lakes. Duluth, MN: University of Minnesote; 1998..
Production and transport of dissolved carbon and nutrients in arctic tundra microcosms: The role of vegetation and water flow. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan; 1998..
Characterization of hyporheic influences on the hydrology and geochemistry in contrasting arctic streams. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire; 1997..
Comparison of epilithic algal and bryophyte metabolism in an arctic tundra stream, Alaska. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire; 1997..
Physiology and energy budgets of two cladocerans, Bythotrephas and Daphnia. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan; 1997..
The trophic interactions of young-of-the-year arctic grayling, Thymallus arcticus, in an Arctic tundra. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts; 1997 p. 79..
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..
The effect of whole-river fertilization on production of young-of-the-year arctic grayling in two arctic tundra streams. Amherst, MA: Hampshire College; 1996..
The effects of simulated herbivory on Arctic woody shrubs: a test of a resource allocation hypothesis in response to herbivory. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto; 1996..
Chironomid fossil remains: a bioindicator for post-glacial fish migration into Toolik Lake, Alaska. Cincinnati, OH: University of Cincinnati; 1995 p. 108..
The effects of increased temperature on tundra plant community composition and the consequences for ecosystem pocesses. Berkeley, CA: University of California Berkeley; 1995 p. 191..
Young-of-the-year arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) metabolism: Scaling with size, temperature and flow. Providence, RI: Brown University; 1995 p. 31..
Carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios of caribou tissues, vascular plants, and lichens from northern Alaska. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska; 1994 p. 171..
Effects of slimy sculpin (Cottus cognatus) removal on sculpin and chironomid (Diptera: Chironomidae) populations in an arctic lake. Duluth, MN: University of Minnesota; 1994..
Factors affecting black fly abundance and distribution in an arctic stream. Duluth, MN: University of Minnesota; 1994..
Microfaunal response to fertilization of an arctic tundra river. Greensboro, NC: University of North Carolina; 1994..
Phylogeny and biogeography of the genus Heterocope sars 1863 (Copepoda:Calanoida) : a molecular genetic, morphological, and distributional analysis. Cincinnati, OH: University of Cincinnati; 1994..
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..