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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.
Schell, D. M, and Paul J Ziemann. Natural Carbon Isotope Tracers In Arctic Aquatic Food Webs. In Stable Isotopes In Ecological Research. Stable Isotopes In Ecological Research. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1989.
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.
Asmus, Ashley, Laura Gough, Natalie T Boelman, John C Wingfield, Shannan K Sweet, Jesse S Krause, Jonathan H Perez, and Helen E Chmura. Multi-Trophic Impacts Of Shrub Dominance On Arctic Arthropod Assemblages. Society Of Integrative And Comparative Biology’s (Sicb) Annual Meeting. Society Of Integrative And Comparative Biology’s (Sicb) Annual Meeting. Austin, TX, 2014.
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.