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Sweet, Shannan K, Ashley Asmus, Matthew E Rich, Laura Gough, and Natalie T Boelman. Ndvi As A Predictor Of Canopy Arthropod Biomass In The Alaskan Arctic Tundra. Ecological Applications 25, no. 3. Ecological Applications (2015): 779-790. doi:10.1890/14-0632.1.
Nadelhoffer, K. J, Gaius R Shaver, B. Fry, Anne E Giblin, L. C Johnson, and R. B McKane. N-15 Natural Abundances And N Use By Tundra Plants. Oecologia 107, no. 3. Oecologia (1996): 386-394. doi:10.1007/bf00328456.
Hobbie, John E, and Erik A Hobbie. N-15 In Symbiotic Fungi And Plants Estimates Nitrogen And Carbon Flux Rates In Arctic Tundra. Ecology 87, no. 4. Ecology (2006): 816-822. doi:10.1890/0012-9658(2006)87%5B816:Nisfap%5D2.0.Co;2.
Dodds, W. K, A. J Lopez, William B Bowden, Stanley V Gregory, Nancy B Grimm, Stephen K Hamilton, A. E Hershey, et al.. N Uptake As A Function Of Concentration In Streams. Journal Of The North American Benthological Society 21, no. 2. Journal Of The North American Benthological Society (2002): 206-220. doi:10.2307/1468410.
Simard, S. W, K. J Beiler, M. A Bingham, J. R DeSlippe, L. J Philip, and F. R Teste. Mycorrhizal Networks: Mechanisms, Ecology And Modelling. Fungal Biology Reviews 26, no. 1. Fungal Biology Reviews (2012): 39-60. doi:10.1016/j.fbr.2012.01.001.
Hobbie, John E, Erik A Hobbie, J. C Weber, J. Shamhart, H. Drossman, and M. H Conte. Mycorrhizal Fungi Supply Nitrogen To Host Plants In Arctic Tundra And Boreal Forests: 15N Is The Key Signal. Canadian Journal Of Microbiology 55. Canadian Journal Of Microbiology (2009): 84-94. doi:10.1139/W08-127.
Shaver, Gaius R, and M. J Lechowicz. A Multivariate Approach To Plant Mineral Nutrition: Dose-Response Relationships And Nutrient Dominance In Factorial Experiments. Canadian Journal Of Botany 63, no. 12. Canadian Journal Of Botany (1985): 2138-2143. doi:10.1139/b85-302.
Brosten, Troy R, John H Bradford, James P McNamara, Michael N Gooseff, J. P Zarnetske, William B Bowden, and Morgan E Johnston. Multi-Offset Gpr Methods For Hyporheic Zone Investigations. Near Surface Geophysics 7, no. 4. Near Surface Geophysics (2009): 247-257. doi:10.3997/1873-0604.2008034.
Rueda, F. R, and Sally MacIntyre. Modelling The Fate And Transport Of Negatively Buoyant Storm–River Water In Small Multi-Basin Lakes. Environmental Modeling And Software 25, no. 1. Environmental Modeling And Software (2009): 146-157. doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2009.07.002.
Merck, Madeline F, and Bethany T Neilson. Modelling In-Pool Temperature Variability In A Beaded Arctic Stream. Hydrological Processes 26, no. 25. Hydrological Processes (2012): 3921-3933. doi:10.1002/hyp.8419.
Moore, John C, Kevin S McCann, and Peter C De Ruiter. Modeling Trophic Pathways, Nutrient Cycling, And Dynamic Stability In Soils. Pedobiologia 49. Pedobiologia (2005): 499-510. doi:10.1016/j.pedobi.2005.05.008.
Déry, Stephen J, W. T Crow, M. Stieglitz, and Eric F Wood. Modeling Snowcover Hyeterogeneity Over Complex Terrain For Regional And Global Climate Models. Journal Of Hydrometeorology 5. Journal Of Hydrometeorology (2004): 33-48. doi:10.1175/1525-7541(2004)005%3C0033:MSHOCA%3E2.0.CO;2.
MacKay, M. D, P. J Neale, C. D Arp, L. NDe Sene Domis, X. Fang, G. Gal, K. Jöhnk, et al.. Modeling Lakes And Reservoirs In The Climate System. Limnology And Oceanography 54, no. 6-2. Limnology And Oceanography (2009): 2315-2329. doi:10.4319/lo.2009.54.6_part_2.2315.