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Miller, M. C, G. R Hater, P. D Spatt, P. Westlake, and D. Yeakel. Primary Production And Its Control In Toolik Lake, Alaska. Archives Of Hydrobiology 74, no. 1. Archives Of Hydrobiology (1986): 97-131.
Williams, Mathew W, Edward B Rastetter, E. Carpino, John E Hobbie, Gaius R Shaver, and Bonnie L Kwiatkowski. Primary Production Of An Arctic Watershed: An Uncertainty Analysis. Ecological Applications 11, no. 6. Ecological Applications (2001): 1800-1816. doi:10.1890/1051-0761%282001%29011%5B1800%3APPOAAW%5D2.0.CO%3B2.
Federle, T. W. The Processes And Control Of The Microbial Colonization And Decomposition Of Plant Litter In An Arctic Lake. Department Of Biological Sciences. Department Of Biological Sciences. University of Cincinnati, 1981.
Shaver, Gaius R, and F Stuart Chapin III. Production: Biomass Relationships And Element Cycling In Contrasting Arctic Vegetation Types. Ecological Monographs 61, no. 1. Ecological Monographs (1991): 1-31. doi:10.2307/1942997.
Shaver, Gaius R, and Sven Jonasson. Productivity Of Arctic Ecosystems. In Terrestrial Global Productivity, 189-210. Terrestrial Global Productivity. New York: Academic Press, 2001.
Brosten, Troy R, John H Bradford, James P McNamara, J. P Zarnetske, Michael N Gooseff, and William B Bowden. Profiles Of Temporal Thaw Depth Beneath Two Arctic Stream Types Using Ground-Penetrating Radar. Permafrost And Periglacial Processes 17, no. 4. Permafrost And Periglacial Processes (2006): 341-355. doi:10.1002/ppp.566.
Pavelsky, Tamlin M, and J. P Zarnetske. Rapid Decline In River Icings Detected In Arctic Alaska: Implications For A Changing Hydrologic Cycle And River Ecosystems. Geophysical Research Letters 44, no. 7. Geophysical Research Letters (2017): 3228 - 3235. doi:10.1002/2016GL072397.
Miller, M. C, and John E Hobbie. R.a.t.e.-The Toolik Lake Program. Arctic Bulletin. Vol. 2. Arctic Bulletin, 1976.