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Chapin, III FS, Shaver GR. Individualistic growth response of tundra plant species to environmental manipulations in the field. Ecology. 1985 ;66(2):564-576.
Hershey AE. Littoral chironomid communities in an arctic Alaskan lake. Holarctic Ecology. 1985 ;8(1):39-48.
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