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Schedlbauer JL, Fetcher N, Hood K, Moody ML, Tang J. Effect of growth temperature on photosynthetic capacity and respiration in three ecotypes ofEriophorum vaginatum. Ecology and Evolution. 2018 ;8(7):3711 - 3725.
Asmus A, Koltz AM, Mclaren JR, Shaver GR, Gough L. Long-term nutrient addition alters arthropod community composition but does not increase total biomass or abundance. Oikos. 2018 ;127(3):460 - 471.
Bruce LC, Frassl MA, Arhonditsis GB, Gal G, Hamilton DP, Hanson PC, Hetherington AL, Melack JM, Read JS, Rinke K, et al. A multi-lake comparative analysis of the General Lake Model (GLM): Stress-testing across a global observatory network. Environmental Modelling & Software. 2018 ;102:274 - 291.
Liu X-Y, Koba K, Koyama LA, Hobbie SE, Weiss M, Inagaki Y, Shaver GR, Giblin AE, Hobara S, Nadelhoffer KJ, et al. Nitrate is an important nitrogen source for Arctic tundra plants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences [Internet]. 2018 ;115(13):3398 - 3403. Available from:
Trusiak A, A.Treibergs L, Kling GW, Cory RM. The role of iron and reactive oxygen species in the production of CO 2 in arctic soil waters. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 2018 ;224(1):80 - 95.
Mclaren JR, Darrouzet-Nardi A, Weintraub M, Gough L. Seasonal patterns of soil nitrogen availability in moist acidic tundra. Arctic Science. 2018 ;4(1):98-109.
MacIntyre S, Cortés A, Sadro S. Sediment respiration drives circulation and production of CO 2 in ice-covered Alaskan arctic lakes. Limnology and Oceanography Letters. 2018 .
Lynch LM, Machmuller M, M. Cotrufo F, Paul EA, Wallenstein MD. Tracking the fate of fresh carbon in the Arctic tundra: Will shrub expansion alter responses of soil organic matter to warming?. Soil Biology and Biochemistry [Internet]. 2018 ;120:134 - 144. Available from:
Ackerman DE, Griffin D, Hobbie SE, Popham K, Jones E, Finlay JC. Uniform shrub growth response to June temperature across the North Slope of Alaska. Environmental Research Letters. 2018 ;13(4):044013.
Longo WM, Huang Y, Yao Y, Zhao J, Giblin AE, Wang X, Zech R, Haberzettl T, Jardillier L, Toney J, et al. Widespread occurrence of distinct alkenones from Group I haptophytes in freshwater lakes: Implications for paleotemperature and paleoenvironmental reconstructions. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 2018 ;492:239 - 250.
Ackerman D, Griffin D, Hobbie SE, Finlay JC. Arctic shrub growth trajectories differ across soil moisture levels. Global Change Biology [Internet]. 2017 ;23(10):4294–4302. Available from:
Asmus A. Arthropod Food Webs In Arctic Tundra: Trophic Interactions And Responses To Global Change. Arlington, TX: University of Texas at Arlington; 2017 p. 142. Available from:
Klobucar SL, Rodgers TW, Budy P. At the forefront: evidence of the applicability of using environmental DNA to quantify the abundance of fish populations in natural lentic waters with additional sampling considerations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences [Internet]. 2017 :1 - 5. Available from:
Prager C. Corrigendum to “A gradient of nutrient enrichment reveals nonlinear impacts of fertilization on Arctic plant diversity and ecosystem function”. . Ecology and Evolution [Internet]. 2017 ;77(11):4072 - 4072. Available from:
Koltz AM, Asmus A, Gough L, Pressler Y, Moore JC. The detritus-based microbial-invertebrate food web contributes disproportionately to carbon and nitrogen cycling in the Arctic. Polar Biology [Internet]. 2017 . Available from:
Cortés A, MacIntyre S, Sadro S. Flowpath and retention of snowmelt in an ice-covered arctic lake. Limnology and Oceanography. 2017 ;62(5):2023 - 2044.
Prager C, Naeem S, Boelman NT, Eitel JUH, Greaves H, Heskel MA, Magney TS, Menge DNL, Vierling LA, Griffin KL. A gradient of nutrient enrichment reveals nonlinear impacts of fertilization on Arctic plant diversity and ecosystem function. Ecology and Evolution [Internet]. 2017 ;7(7):2449 - 2460. Available from:
Roslin T, Hardwick B, Novotny V, Petry WK, Andrew NR, Asmus A, Barrio IC, Basset Y, Boesing ALarissa, Bonebrake TC, et al. Higher predation risk for insect prey at low latitudes and elevations. Science [Internet]. 2017 ;356(6339):742 - 744. Available from:
Euskirchen ES, M Bret-Harte S, Shaver GR, Edgar C, Romanovsky VE. Long-Term Release of Carbon Dioxide from Arctic Tundra Ecosystems in Alaska. Ecosystems [Internet]. 2017 ;20(5):960 - 974. Available from:
Gough L, Johnson DR. Mammalian herbivory exacerbates plant community responses to long-term increased soil nutrients in two Alaskan tundra plant communities. Arctic Science [Internet]. 2017 . Available from:
Tan Z, Zhuang Q, Shurpali NJ, Marushchak ME, Biasi C, Eugster W, Anthony KWalter. Modeling CO2 emissions from Arctic lakes: Model development and site-level study. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems [Internet]. 2017 ;9. Available from:
Rastetter EB. Modeling for Understanding v. Modeling for Numbers. Ecosystems [Internet]. 2017 ;20:215 - 221. Available from:
Jiang Y, Rastetter EB, Shaver GR, Rocha AV, Zhuang Q, Kwiatkowski BL. Modeling long-term changes in tundra carbon balance following wildfire, climate change and potential nutrient addition. Ecological Applications. 2017 ;27(1):105–117 .