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Formica A. Quantifying the physiology of structurally complex arctic vegetation and implications for carbon cycling in a shrubbier tundra. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2013 p. 60.
Vierling LA, Magney TS, Greaves H, Eitel JUH. Reflecting on Alaska: Advanced remote sensing approaches to understand tundra vegetation change (Invited Speaker). 2013 .
M Bret-Harte S, Mack MC, Shaver GR, Huebner DC, Johnston M, Mojica CA, Pizano C, Reiskind JA. The response of arctic vegetation and soils following the Anaktuvuk River fire of 2007. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 2013 ;368:1624.
Beveridge L. Scaling from leaf to canopy: to what extent does scale affect the photosynthetic light response curve and resulting measures of photosynthesis?. Edinburgh, UK: University of Edinburgh; 2013 p. 36.
Harrold KH. Stratification influences on instream chemistry and export within a beaded arctic stream. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina; 2013.
Cory RM, Crump BC, Dobkowski JA, Kling GW. Surface exposure to sunlight stimulates CO2 release from permafrost soil carbon in the Arctic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2013 ;110(9):3429-3434.
Xu L, Myneni RB, Chapin, III FS, Callaghan TV, Pinzon JE, Tucker CJ, Zhu Z, Bi J, Ciais P, Tømmervik H, et al. Temperature and vegetation seasonality diminishment over northern lands. Nature Climate Change. 2013 ;3:581-586.
Rocha AV. Tracking carbon within the trees. New Phytologist [Internet]. 2013 ;197(3):685-686. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/nph.12095
Hinzman LD, McGuire AD, Walsh JE, Hobbie JE, Sturm M. Trajectory of the Arctic as an integrated system. Ecological Applications. 2013 ;23(8):1743-1744.
Johnson DR, Gough L. Two arctic tundra graminoids differ in tolerance to herbivory when grown with added soil nutrients. Botany [Internet]. 2013 ;91(2):82-90. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/cjb-2012-0143
Sikes DS, Draney ML, Fleshman B. Unexpectedly high among-habitat spider (Araneae) faunal diversity from the Arctic Long-Term Experimental Research (LTER) field station at Toolik Lake, Alaska, United States of America. The Canadian Entomologist. 2013 ;145(Special Issue 02):219-226.
2012
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
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
Rich ME. 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
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
Harris-Coble L. Arthropod availability for migratory songbirds in Alaskan tundra: Timing of abundance of aquatic and terrestrial sources. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2012.
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.
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.
Peterson CA, Fetcher N, McGraw JB, Bennington CC. Clinal variation in stomatal characteristics of an Arctic sedge, Eriophorum vaginatum (Cyperaceae). American Journal of Botany. 2012 ;99(9):1562-1571.
Ramirez KS, Craine JM, Fierer N. Consistent effects of nitrogen amendments on soil microbial communities and processes across biomes. Global Change Biology [Internet]. 2012 ;18(6):1918-1927. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02639.x
Johnson CR, Luecke C. Copepod dominance contributes to phytoplankton nitrogen deficiency in lakes during periods of low precipitation. Journal of Plankton Research [Internet]. 2012 ;34(5):345-355. Available from: http://plankt.oxfordjournals.org/content/34/5/345.abstract
Brzostek ER, Blair JM, Dukes JS, Frey SD, Hobbie SE, Melillo JM, Mitchell RJ, Pendall E, Reich PB, Shaver GR, et al. The effect of experimental warming and precipitation change on proteolytic enzyme activity: positive feedbacks to nitrogen availability are not universal. Global Change Biology [Internet]. 2012 ;18(8):2617-2625. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02685.x
Whittinghill KA. Effects of pH and calcium on soil organic matter dynamics in Alaskan tundra. Biogeochemistry [Internet]. 2012 ;111(1-3):569-581. Available from: http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10533-011-9688-6
Moore JC, De Ruiter PC. Energetic food webs: An analysis of real and model ecosystems. OUP Oxford; 2012.

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