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Wik, M., B. F Thornton, D. Bastviken, Sally MacIntyre, R. K Varner, and P. M Crill. Energy Input Is A Primary Controller Of Methane Bubbling In Subarctic Lakes. Geophysical Research Letters 41, no. 2. Geophysical Research Letters (2014): 555-560. doi:10.1002/2013gl058510.
Heskel, Mary A. Environmental Controls Of Foliar Respiration In Arctic Tundra Plants. Department Of Ecology, Evolution And Environmental Biology. Department Of Ecology, Evolution And Environmental Biology. Columbia University, 2013. doi:10.7916/D8HH6S87.
Fetcher, Ned, and Gaius R Shaver. Environmental Sensitivity Of Ecotypes As A Potential Influence On Primary Productivity. American Naturalist 136, no. 1. American Naturalist (1990): 126-131. doi:10.1086/285085.
Wyant, Karl A, Michael L Draney, and John C Moore. Epigeal Spider (Araneae) Communities In Moist Acidic And Dry Heath Tundra At Toolik Lake, Alaska. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research 43, no. 2. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research (2011): 301-312. doi:10.1657/1938-4246-43.2.301.
Greaves, Heather, L. A Vierling, J. UH Eitel, Natalie T Boelman, Kevin L Griffin, and T. S Magney. Estimating Aboveground Biomass Of Low-Stature Arctic Shrubs With Terrestrial Lidar. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA, 2014.
King, Tyler V, Bethany T Neilson, and M. Rasmussen. Estimating Discharge In Low-Order Rivers With High-Resolution Aerial Imagery. Water Resources Research 54, no. 256391021-49211781-241612713251161-2D44841-2711-41-2222556011107444. Water Resources Research (2018): 863 - 878. doi:10.1002/2017WR021868.
Chinn, C. Estimating Microbial Biomass In Low-Production Ecosystems. Department Of Biological Sciences. Department Of Biological Sciences. University of Northern Colorado, 2001.
Page, S. E, R. Logan, Rose M Cory, and K. McNeill. Evidence For Dissolved Organic Matter As The Primary Source And Sink Of Photochemically Produced Hydroxyl Radical In Arctic Surface Waters. Environmental Science Process Impacts 16, no. 4. Environmental Science Process Impacts (2014): 807-822. doi:10.1039/c3em00596h.
Federle, T. W, and J. R Vestal. Evidence Of Microbial Succession On Decaying Leaf Litter In An Arctic Lake. Canadian Journal Of Microbiology 28, no. 6. Canadian Journal Of Microbiology (1982): 686-695. doi:10.1139/m82-103.
Elser, J. J, W. John O'Brien, D. R Dobberfuhl, and T. E Dowling. The Evolution Of Ecosystem Processes: Growth Rate And Elemental Stoichiometry Of A Key Herbivore In Temperate And Arctic Habitats. Journal Of Evolutionary Biology 13, no. 5. Journal Of Evolutionary Biology (2000): 845-853. doi:10.1046/j.1420-9101.2000.00215.x.