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Ackerman, Daniel E, Daniel Griffin, Sarah E Hobbie, Kelly Popham, Erin Jones, and Jacques C Finlay. Uniform Shrub Growth Response To June Temperature Across The North Slope Of Alaska. Environmental Research Letters 13, no. 4. Environmental Research Letters (2018): 044013. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aab326.
Ackerman, Daniel E, Daniel Griffin, Sarah E Hobbie, and Jacques C Finlay. Arctic Shrub Growth Trajectories Differ Across Soil Moisture Levels. Global Change Biology 23, no. 10. Global Change Biology (2017): 4294–4302. doi:10.1111/gcb.13677.
Adams, Heather E, Byron C Crump, and George W Kling. Temperature Controls On Aquatic Bacterial Production And Community Dynamics In Arctic Lakes And Streams. Environmental Microbiology 12, no. 5. Environmental Microbiology (2010): 1319–1333. doi:10.1111/j.1462-2920.2010.02176.x.
Alexander, V., S. C Whalen, and K. M Klingensmith. Nitrogen Cycling In Arctic Lakes And Ponds. Hydrobiologia 172. Hydrobiologia (1988): 165-172. doi:10.1007/978-94-009-2603-5_12.
Arft, A. M, Marilyn D Walker, Jessica Gurevitch, Juha M Alatalo, Syndonia M Bret-Harte, M. Dale, M. Diemer, et al.. Responses Of Tundra Plants To Experimental Warming: Meta-Analysis Of The International Tundra Experiment. Ecological Monographs 69, no. 4. Ecological Monographs (1999): 491-511. doi:10.1890/0012-9615(1999)069%5B0491:Rotpte%5D2.0.Co;2.
Arscott, David B, William B Bowden, and Jacques C Finlay. Comparison Of Epilithic Algal And Bryophyte Metabolism In An Arctic Tundra Stream, Alaska. Journal Of The North American Benthological Society 17, no. 2. Journal Of The North American Benthological Society (1998): 210-227. doi:10.2307/1467963.
Arscott, David B, William B Bowden, and Jacques C Finlay. Effects Of Desiccation And Temperature/irradiance On The Metabolism Of Two Arctic Stream Bryophyte Taxa. Journal Of The North American Benthological Society 19, no. 2. Journal Of The North American Benthological Society (2000): 263-273. doi:10.2307/1468069.
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Bahr, M., John E Hobbie, and M. L Sogin. Bacterial Diversity In An Arctic Lake: A Freshwater Sar11 Cluster. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 11, no. 3. Aquatic Microbial Ecology (1996): 271-277. doi:10.3354/Ame011271.
Barrett, K., Adrian V Rocha, M. J van de Weg, and Gaius R Shaver. Vegetation Shifts Observed In Arctic Tundra 17 Years After Fire. Remote Sensing Letters 3, no. 8. Remote Sensing Letters (2012): 729-736. doi:10.1080/2150704x.2012.676741.
Benstead, J. P, A. C Green, Linda A Deegan, Bruce J Peterson, K. Slavik, William B Bowden, and A. E Hershey. Recovery Of Three Arctic Stream Reaches From Experimental Nutrient Enrichment. Freshwater Biology 52, no. 6. Freshwater Biology (2007): 1077-1089. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2427.2007.01723.x.
Bettez, Neil D, P. A Rublee, W. John O'Brien, and M. C Miller. Changes In Abundance, Composition And Controls Within The Plankton Of A Fertilized Arctic Lake. Freshwater Biology 47, no. 2. Freshwater Biology (2002): 303-311. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2427.2002.00806.x.
Biesinger, Z., Edward B Rastetter, and Bonnie L Kwiatkowski. Hourly And Daily Models Of Active Layer Evolution In Arctic Soils. Ecological Modelling 206, no. 1-2. Ecological Modelling (2007): 131-146. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2007.03.030.
Boelman, Natalie T, J Holbrook, Heather Greaves, Jesse S Krause, Helen E Chmura, T. S Magney, J H Perez, et al.. Lidar Gives A Bird’S Eye Perspective On Arctic Tundra Breeding Habitat.. Remote Sensing Of Environment 184. Remote Sensing Of Environment (2016): 337-349. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2016.07.012.

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