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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.
Hobbie, Sarah E, and F Stuart Chapin III. An Experimental Test Of Limits To Tree Establishment In Arctic Tundra. Journal Of Ecology 86. Journal Of Ecology (1998): 449-461. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2745.1998.00278.x.
Shaver, Gaius R, and J. A Laundre. Exsertion, Elongation, And Senescence Of Leaves Of Eriophorum Vaginatum And Carex Bigelowii In Northern Alaska. Global Change Biology 3, no. S1. Global Change Biology (1997): 146-157. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.1997.gcb141.x.
He, Shaomei, Maximilian P Lau, Alexandra M Linz, Eric E Roden, and Katherine D McMahon. Extracellular Electron Transfer May Be An Overlooked Contribution To Pelagic Respiration In Humic-Rich Freshwater Lakes. American Society For Microbiology 4. American Society For Microbiology (2019): e00436–18. doi:10.1128/mSphere.00436-18.
Webster, Jackson R, Patrick J Mulholland, Jennifer L Tank, H. M Valett, W. K Dodds, Bruce J Peterson, William B Bowden, et al.. Factors Affecting Ammonium Uptake In Streams – An Inter-Biome Perspective. Freshwater Biology 48, no. 8. Freshwater Biology (2003): 1329-1352. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2427.2003.01094.x.
van der Welle, M. EW, P. J Vermeulen, Gaius R Shaver, and F. Berendse. Factors Determining Plant Species Richness In Alaskan Arctic Tundra. Journal Of Vegetation Science 14, no. 5. Journal Of Vegetation Science (2003): 711-720. doi:10.1111/j.1654-1103.2003.tb02203.x.
Cory, Rose M, Collin P Ward, Byron C Crump, and George W Kling. The Fate Of Carbon Draining Permafrost Soils Is Controlled By Photochemical Reactions In Addition To Microbial Degradation In Arctic Surface Waters. Thaw 2014 - Thermokarst Aquatic Ecosystems Workshop: Freshwater Ecosystems In Changing Permafrost Landscapes. Thaw 2014 - Thermokarst Aquatic Ecosystems Workshop: Freshwater Ecosystems In Changing Permafrost Landscapes. Quebec City, QC, 2014.
Euskirchen, E. S, and M. Sommerkorn. Feedbacks To Ecosystems And Climate. The Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. The Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Akureyri, Iceland: Arctic Council - Department of Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, 2013.
Pressler, Yamina. Fire Disturbance Belowground: Untangling Consequences For Soil Food Webs And Organic Matter. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory. Colorado State University, 2019.
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.
Rueda, Francisco J, and Sally MacIntyre. Flow Paths And Spatial Heterogeneity Of Stream Inflows In A Small Multibasin Lake. Limnology And Oceanography 54. Limnology And Oceanography (2009): 2041–2057. doi:10.4319/lo.2009.54.6.2041.