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Campioli, M., L. E Street, A. Michelsen, Gaius R Shaver, T. Maere, R. Samson, and R. Lemeur. Determination Of Leaf Area Index, Total Foliar N, And Normalized Difference Vegetation Index For Arctic Ecosystems Dominated By Cassiope Tetragona. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research 41, no. 4. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research (2009): 426-433. doi:10.1657/1938-4246-41.4.426.
Wright, D., and W. John O'Brien. The Development And Field Test Of A Tactical Model Of The Planktivorous Feeding Of White Crappie (Pomoxis Annularis). Ecological Monographs 54, no. 1. Ecological Monographs (1984): 65-98. doi:10.2307/1942456.
J Cornelissen, Hans C. Diagenetic Trace Metal Profiles In Arctic Lake Sediments. Environmental Science And Technology 20, no. 3. Environmental Science And Technology (1986): 299-302. doi:10.1021/es00145a012.
Whalen, S. C, and V. Alexander. Diel Variations In Inorganic Carbon And Nitrogen Uptake By Phytoplankton In An Arctic Lake. Journal Of Plankton Research 6, no. 4. Journal Of Plankton Research (1984): 571-590. doi:10.1093/plankt/6.4.571.
Hershey, A. E, and M. E McDonald. Diet And Digestion Rates Of Slimy Sculpin, Cottus Cognatus, In An Alaskan Arctic Lake. Canadian Journal Of Fisheries And Aquatic Sciences 42, no. 3. Canadian Journal Of Fisheries And Aquatic Sciences (1985): 483-487. doi:10.1139/F85-065.
O'Brien, W. John, Chris Luecke, Cody R Johnson, and Victor B Holland. Diet Variability In Arctic Grayling In Arctic Lakes. Vereinigung Verhandlungen International Limnologie 29. Vereinigung Verhandlungen International Limnologie (2005): 685-689. doi:10.1080/03680770.2005.11902766.
F Stuart Chapin III, and Gaius R Shaver. Differences In Carbon And Nutrient Fractions Among Arctic Growth Forms. Oecologia 77, no. 4. Oecologia (1988): 506-514. doi:10.1007/BF00377266.
F Stuart Chapin III, and Gaius R Shaver. Differences In Growth And Nutrient Use Among Arctic Plant Growth Forms. Functional Ecology 3, no. 1. Functional Ecology (1989): 73-80. doi:10.2307/2389677.
Johnson, Cody R, Chris Luecke, S. C Whalen, and Mary Anne Evans. Direct And Indirect Effects Of Fish On Pelagic Nitrogen And Phosphorus Availability In Oligotrophic Arctic Alaskan Lakes. Canadian Journal Of Fisheries And Aquatic Sciences 67, no. 10. Canadian Journal Of Fisheries And Aquatic Sciences (2010): 1635-1648. doi:10.1139/F10-085.
McDonald, M. E, B. E Cuker, and S. C Mozley. Distribution, Production, And Age Structure Of Slimy Sculpin In An Arctic Lake. Environmental Biology Of Fishes 7, no. 2. Environmental Biology Of Fishes (1982): 171-176. doi:10.1007/BF00001788.
Parker, Stephanie M, and Alexander D Huryn. Disturbance And Productivity As Codeterminants Of Stream Food Web Complexity In The Arctic. Limnology And Oceanography 58. Limnology And Oceanography (2013): 2158-2170. doi:10.4319/lo.2013.58.6.2158.
McGraw, James B, J. B Turner, J. L Chandler, and M. C Vavrek. Disturbances As Hot Spots Of Ecotypic Variation: A Case Study With Dryas Octopetala. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research 46. Arctic, Antarctic And Alpine Research (2014): 542-547. doi:10.1657/1938-4246-46.3.542.
Boelman, Natalie T, Laura Gough, Jennie R Mclaren, and Heather Greaves. Does Ndvi Reflect Variation In The Structural Attributes Associated With Increasing Shrub Dominance In Arctic Tundra?. Environmental Research Letters 6, no. 3. Environmental Research Letters (2011): 035501. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/6/3/035501.
Buckeridge, Kate M, and Jennie R Mclaren. Does Plant Community Plasticity Mediate Microbial Homeostasis?. Ecology And Evolution 10, no. 12. Ecology And Evolution (2020): 5251 - 5258. doi:10.1002/ece3.v10.1210.1002/ece3.6269.