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Bowden, William B, Jacques C Finlay, and P. E Maloney. Long-Term Effects Of Po4 Fertilization On The Distribution Of Bryophytes In An Arctic River. Freshwater Biology 32, no. 2. Freshwater Biology (1994): 445-454. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2427.1994.tb01138.x.
Bowden, William B, Michael N Gooseff, A. Balser, A. C Green, Bruce J Peterson, and John H Bradford. Sediment And Nutrient Delivery From Thermokarst Features In The Foothills Of The North Slope, Alaska: Potential Impacts On Headwater Stream Ecosystems. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 113, no. G02026. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences (2008): 12 pp. doi:10.1029/2007jg000470.
Bowden, William B, M. J Greenwald, Michael N Gooseff, J. P Zarnetske, James P McNamara, John H Bradford, and Troy R Brosten. Carbon, Nitrogen, And Phosphorus Interactions In The Hyporheic Zones Of Arctic Streams That Drain Areas Of Continuous Permafrost. Proceedings 9Th International Congress On Permafrost - 29 June-3 July, 2008. Proceedings 9Th International Congress On Permafrost - 29 June-3 July, 2008. University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2008.
Bowden, William B, Julia R Larouche, Andrea R Pearce, B. T Crosby, K. Krieger, M. B Flinn, J. R Kampman, et al.. An Integrated Assessment Of The Influences Of Upland Thermal-Erosional Features On Landscape Structure And Function In The Foothills Of The Brooks Range, Alaska. Proceedings Of The Tenth International Conference On Permafrost. Proceedings Of The Tenth International Conference On Permafrost. Salekhard, Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District, Russia, 2012.
Bowden, William B, Bruce J Peterson, Linda A Deegan, A. D Huryn, J. P Benstead, Heidi E Golden, M. R Kendrick, et al.. Ecology Of Streams Of The Toolik Region. In A Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences For Tundra, Streams And Lakes, 173-237. A Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences For Tundra, Streams And Lakes. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2014. doi:10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199860401.003.0007.