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MacIntyre, Sally. Turbulence And Ghg Emissions In Lakes Across Latitudes: Implications For Biogeochemistry (Invited Speaker). Advancing The Science Of Gas Exchange Between Fresh Waters And The Atmosphere. Advancing The Science Of Gas Exchange Between Fresh Waters And The Atmosphere. Hyytiälä Field Station, Korkeakoski, Finland, 2014.
MacIntyre, Sally. Turbulence: Implications For Emissions Of Greenhouse Gases. 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.
Klobucar, Stephen L, and Phaedra Budy. Understanding How Lake Population Of Arctic Char Are Structured And Function With Special Consideration Of The Potential Effects Of Climate Change. Alaska Chapter Of The American Fisheries Society. Alaska Chapter Of The American Fisheries Society. Juneau, AK, 2014.
O'Brien, W. John, Melinda E Burris, A. E Hershey, Victor B Holland, and Chris Luecke. Zooplankton Species Occurrence In Arctic Lakes In Landscapes Of Very Different Ages. Water And The Landscape: The Landscape Ecology Of Freshwater Ecosystems. Water And The Landscape: The Landscape Ecology Of Freshwater Ecosystems. Oxford Brookes University: Colin Cross Printers. Ltd, Garstang, UK, 2006.
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Moore, John C. Oxford Bibliographies - Ecosystem Ecology. Oxford University Press, 2018. doi:10.1093/OBO/9780199830060-0202.
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White, Daniel, Larry D Hinzman, L. Alessa, J. Cassano, M. Chambers, K. Falkner, J. Francis, et al.. The Arctic Freshwater System: Changes And Impacts. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 112, no. G4. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences (2007): G04S54. doi:10.1029/2006JG000353.
Rocha, Adrian V, Bethany Blakely, Yueyang Jiang, K. S Wright, and Salvatore R Curasi. Is Arctic Greening Consistent With The Ecology Of Tundra? Lessons From An Ecologically Informed Mass Balance Model. Environmental Research Letters 13, no. 12. Environmental Research Letters (2018): 125007. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aaeb50.
Ackerman, Daniel E, Daniel Griffin, Sarah E Hobbie, and Jacques C Finlay. Arctic Shrub Growth Trajectories Differ Across Soil Moisture Levels. Global Change Biology 23, no. 10. Global Change Biology (2017): 4294–4302. doi:10.1111/gcb.13677.

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