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Fry, B., David E Jones, George W Kling, R. B McKane, K. J Nadelhoffer, and Bruce J Peterson. Adding 15N Tracers To Ecosystem Experiments. In Stable Isotopes In The Biosphere, 171-192. Stable Isotopes In The Biosphere. Kyoto: Kyoto University Press, 1995.
Fry, B. Stable Isotope Diagrams Of Freshwater Food Webs. Ecology 72, no. 6. Ecology (1991): 2293-2297. doi:10.2307/1941580.
Formica, Adam. Quantifying The Physiology Of Structurally Complex Arctic Vegetation And Implications For Carbon Cycling In A Shrubbier Tundra. Department Of Earth And Environmental Sciences. Department Of Earth And Environmental Sciences. Columbia University, 2013.
Ford, T. E, and M. A Lock. A Microcalorimetric Investigation Of The Effect Of High Molecular Weight Organics On Epilithic Microbial Metabolism. Archiv Fur Hydrobiologie Beiheft 31. Archiv Fur Hydrobiologie Beiheft (1988): 195-201.
Fitzgerald, William F, Chad R Hammerschmidt, D. R Engstrom, Prentiss H Balcom, Carl H Lamborg, and C. M Tseng. Mercury In The Alaskan Arctic. In Alaska's Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences For Tundra, Streams And Lakes, 287-302. Alaska's Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences For Tundra, Streams And Lakes. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2014. doi:10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199860401.003.0009.
Fischer, Ross, J. E Walsh, E. S Euskirchen, and Peter A Bieniek. Regional Climate Model Simulation Of Surface Moisture Flux Variations In Northern Terrestrial Regions. Atmospheric And Climate Sciences 08, no. 01. Atmospheric And Climate Sciences (2018): 29 - 54. doi:10.4236/acs.2018.81003.
Finlay, Jacques C, and William B Bowden. Controls On Production Of Bryophytes In Arctic Tundra Stream. Freshwater Biology 32. Freshwater Biology (1994): 455-466. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2427.1994.tb01139.x.
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.
Fetcher, Ned, and Gaius R Shaver. Life Histories Of Tillers Of Eriophorum Vaginatum In Relation To Tundra Disturbance. Journal Of Ecology 71, no. 1. Journal Of Ecology (1983): 131-147. doi:10.2307/2259967.
Fetcher, Ned, and Gaius R Shaver. Growth And Tillering Patterns Within Tussocks Of Eriophorum Vaginatum. Holarctic Ecology 5, no. 2. Holarctic Ecology (1982): 180-186. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0587.1982.tb01034.x.
Fetcher, Ned. Effects Of Removal Of Neighboring Species On Growth, Nutrients, And Microclimate Of Eriophorum Vaginatum. Arctic And Alpine Research 17, no. 1. Arctic And Alpine Research (1985): 7-17. doi:10.2307/1550958.
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.
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.
Federle, T. W, and J. R Vestal. Microbial Colonization And Decomposition Of (Carex) Litter In An Arctic Lake. Applied And Environmental Microbiology 39. Applied And Environmental Microbiology (1980): 888-893. https://aem.asm.org/content/39/4/888.
Federle, T. W, and J. R Vestal. Lignocellulose Mineralization By Arctic Lake Sediments In Response To Nutrient Manipulation. Applied And Environmental Microbiology 40, no. 1. Applied And Environmental Microbiology (1980): 32-39. http://aem.asm.org/content/40/1/32.full.pdf.
Federle, T. W, V. L McKinley, and J. R Vestal. Physical Determinants Of Microbial Colonization And Decomposition Of Plant Litter In An Arctic Lake. Microbial Ecology 8, no. 2. Microbial Ecology (1982): 127-138. doi:10.1007/BF02010446.
Federle, T. W, V. L McKinley, and J. R Vestal. Effects Of Nutrient Enrichment On The Colonization And Decomposition Of Plant Detritus By The Microbiota Of An Arctic Lake. Canadian Journal Of Microbiology 28, no. 11. Canadian Journal Of Microbiology (1982): 1199-1205. doi:10.1139/m82-178.