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McDonald, M. E, C. A Tikkanen, R. P Axler, C. P Larsen, and G. Host. Fish Simulation Culture Model (Fis-C): A Bioenergetics Based Model For Aquacultural Wasteload Application. Aquacultural Engineering 15, no. 4. Aquacultural Engineering (1996): 243-259. doi:10.1016/0144-8609(96)00260-9.
Cortés, Alicia, Sally MacIntyre, and Steven Sadro. Flowpath And Retention Of Snowmelt In An Ice-Covered Arctic Lake. Limnology And Oceanography 62, no. 5. Limnology And Oceanography (2017): 2023 - 2044. doi:110.1002/lno.10549.
Rueda, F. R, and Sally MacIntyre. Flowpaths And Spatial Heterogeneity Of Storm-River-Water In Small Multi-Basin Lakes. Limnology And Oceanography 54, no. 6. Limnology And Oceanography (2009): 2041-2057. doi:10.4319/lo.2009.54.6.2041.
Kling, George W, G. W Kipphut, and M. C Miller. The Flux Of Co2 And Ch4 From Lakes And Rivers In Arctic Alaska. Hydrobiologia 240. Hydrobiologia (1992): 23-36. doi:10.1007/Bf00013449.
Hobbie, Sarah E, and Laura Gough. Foliar And Soil Nutrients In Tundra On Glacial Landscapes Of Contrasting Ages In Northern Alaska. Oecologia 131, no. 3. Oecologia (2002): 453-462. doi:10.1007/s00442-002-0892-x.
De Ruiter, Peter C, V. Wolters, John C Moore, and K. O Winemiller. Food Web Ecology: Playing Jenga And Beyond. Science 309, no. 5731. Science (2005): 68-71. doi:10.1126/science.1096112.
Parker, Stephanie M, and Alexander D Huryn. Food Web Structure And Function In Two Arctic Streams With Contrasting Disturbance Regimes. Freshwater Biology 51, no. 7. Freshwater Biology (2006): 1249-1263. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2427.2006.01567.x.
Engel, V. C, M. Stieglitz, Mathew W Williams, and Kevin L Griffin. Forest Canopy Hydraulic Properties And Catchment Water Balance: Observations And Modeling. Ecological Modelling 154. Ecological Modelling (2002): 263-288. doi:10.1016/S0304-3800(02)00068-6.
Suding, Katharine N, Scott L Collins, Laura Gough, C. M Clark, E. E Cleland, K. L Gross, D. G Milchunas, and S. C Pennings. Functional- And Abundance-Based Mechanisms Explain Diversity Loss Due To N Fertilization. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences 102, no. 12. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences (2005): 4387-4392. doi:10.1073/pnas.0408648102.
O'Brien, W. John, M. Barfield, and K. Sigler. The Functional Response Of Drift-Feeding Arctic Grayling: The Effects Of Prey Density, Water Velocity, And Location Efficiency. Canadian Journal Of Fisheries And Aquatic Sciences 58, no. 10. Canadian Journal Of Fisheries And Aquatic Sciences (2001): 1957-1963. doi:10.1139/f01-138.
Prowse, T. D, F. J Wrona, J. D Reist, John E Hobbie, L. MJ Lévesque, and W. F Vincent. General Features Of The Arctic Relevant To Climate Change In Freshwater Ecosystems. Ambio 35, no. 7. Ambio (2006): 330-338. doi:10.1579/0044-7447%282006%2935%5B330%3AGFOTAR%5D2.0.CO%3B2.
Hobara, S., Keisuke Koba, Ae Noriharu, Anne E Giblin, K. Kushida, and Gaius R Shaver. Geochemical Influences On Solubility Of Soil Organic Carbon In Arctic Tundra Ecosystems. Soil Science Society Of America Journal 77, no. 2. Soil Science Society Of America Journal (2013): 473-481. doi:10.2136/sssaj2012.0199.
Keller, Katy A, Joel D Blum, and George W Kling. Geochemistry Of Soils And Streams On Surfaces Of Varying Ages In Arctic Alaska. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research 39. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research (2007): 84-98. doi:10.1657/1523-0430%282007%2939%5B84%3AGOSASO%5D2.0.CO%3B2.
Hershey, A. E, Gretchen M Gettel, M. E McDonald, M. C Miller, H. Mooers, W. John O'Brien, J. Pastor, C. Richards, and J. A Schuldt. The Geomorphic-Trophic Hypothesis For Arctic Lake Food Webs. Vereinigung Verhandlungen International Limnologie 27. Vereinigung Verhandlungen International Limnologie (2000): 3269-3274. doi:10.1080/03680770.1998.11898286.