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Analyzing spectral signatures as rapid indicators of leaf biochemistry in plants of the Arctic tundra. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2015..
Changes in arctic vegetation and associated changes in resources for herbivorous arthropods. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2015..
A cross-lake comparison of slimy sculpin (Cottus cognatus) diets in fertilized and unfertilized arctic lakes. Ashland, WI: Northland College; 2015..
The Impact of Deciduous Shrub Dominance on Phenology, Carbon Flux, and Arthropod Biomass in the Alaskan Arctic Tundra. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2015..
Space use and habitat affinities of the singing vole on the northern foothills of the Brooks Range, Alaska. Durham, New Hampshire 03824: University of New Hampshire; 2015..
Mineral adsorption effects on permafrost carbon. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan; 2014..
Comparing trophic level position of invertebrates in fish and fishless lakes in Arctic Alaska. Logan, UT: Utah State University; 2013..
Environmental controls of foliar respiration in arctic tundra plants. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2013..
The impacts of nutrient enrichment and a thermokarst failure on epipelic algae in Arctic lakes of differing morphometry. Providence, RI: Brown University; 2013..
Interactions between canopy structure and leaf trait distribution in arctic shrub communities. Edinburgh, UK: University of Edinburgh; 2013 p. 30..
Lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) and arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) diet, population, and migration dynamics in Arctic ecosystems. New London, CT: Connecticut College; 2013..
Novel tri-unsaturated alkenones in arctic lakes: Implications for paleotemperature reconstruction. Providence, RI: Brown University; 2013 p. 38..
Quantifying the physiology of structurally complex arctic vegetation and implications for carbon cycling in a shrubbier tundra. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2013 p. 60..
Scaling from leaf to canopy: to what extent does scale affect the photosynthetic light response curve and resulting measures of photosynthesis?. Edinburgh, UK: University of Edinburgh; 2013 p. 36..
Stratification influences on instream chemistry and export within a beaded arctic stream. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina; 2013..
Arctic arthropod communities in habitats of differing shrub abundance. Arlington, TX: University of Texas at Arlington; 2012. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/10106/11138.
Arthropod availability for migratory songbirds in Alaskan tundra: Timing of abundance of aquatic and terrestrial sources. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2012..
Plant community responses of the Alaskan arctic tundra to environmental and experimental changes in climate. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: University of Puerto Rico; 2011..
Temperature response of leaf respiration influenced by emerging canopy dynamics in arctic shrub species. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2011..
Variability of sater storage and instream temperature in beaded arctic streams. Logan, UT: Utah State University; 2011..
Controls on bacterial productivity in arctic lakes and streams. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan; 2010 p. 261..
Early season respiration in Betula nana and Eriophorium vaginatum, two important tundra plant species. New York, NY: Columbia University; 2010..
Effect of topography and glaciation history on the movement of carbon and nitrogen within Arctic hillsides. ( ). St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota; 2010 p. 197. Available from: http://conservancy.umn.edu/bitstream/handle/11299/98103/Whittinghill_umn_0130E_10990.pdf?sequence=1.
Isotopic analysis of arctic ground squirrel tissues and potential food sources. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire; 2010..