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2012 (2)
Multiple effects of changes in Arctic snow cover. Callaghan, T. V.; Christensen, T.; Colman, j.; Essery, R.; Forbes, B.; Forchhammer, M. C.; Golubev, V.; Honrath, R.; Juday, G. P.; Meshcherskaya, A.; Phoenix, G.; Johansson, M.; Pomeroy, J.; Rautio, A.; Robinson, P.; Schmidt, D.; Serreze, N.; Shevchenko, M.; Shiklomanov, V.; Shmakin, A.; Skold, A.; Sturm, M.; Brown, R.; Woo, M.; Wood, E.; Groisman, P.; Labba, N.; Radionov, V.; Bradley, R.; Blangy, S.; and Bulygina, O. 2012.
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Fertile forests produce biomass more efficiently. Ecology Letters. Vicca, S.; Law, B.; Malhi, Y.; Papale, D.; Piao, S.; Reichstein, M; Schulze, E.; Janssens, I.; Luyssaert, S.; Penuelas, J.; Campioli, M.; Chapin III, F.; Ciais, P; Heinemeyer, A.; Hogberg, P.; and Kutsch, W. 2012.
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2011 (7)
Mycorrhizal specificity in the fully mycoheterotrophic Hexalectris Raf. (Orchidaceae: Epidendroideae). Kennedy, A.; Taylor, D.; and Watson, L. Molecular Ecology, 2011.
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Persistent effects of fire severity on early successional forests in interior Alaska. Shenoy, A.; Johnstone, J.; Kasischke, E.; and Kielland, K. Forest Ecology and Management, 2011.
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Soil moisture limitations on monitoring boreal forest regrowth using spaceborne L-band SAR data. Kasischke, E.; Tanase, M.; Bourgeau-Chavez, L.; and Borr, M. Remote Sensing of Environment, 2011.
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Moderate snow addition increases summer but not winter nitrogen mineralization in Alaskan tundra. DeMarco, J.; Mack, M.; and Bret-Harte, S. 2011.
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Increased plant productivity in Alaskan tundra with experimental warming of soil and permafrost. Natali, S.; Schuur, E.; and Rubin, R. 2011.
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Education, outreach, and communication during the International Polar Year 2007-2008: Stimulating a global polar community. Salmon, R.; Kolset, T.; McCaffrey, M.; Malherbe, R.; Munro, N.; de Pomereu, J.; Provencher, J.; Rahman-Sinclair, K.; Raymond, M.; Carlson, D.; Pauls, M.; Zicus, S.; Baeseman, J.; Sparrow, E.; Edwards, K.; Almeida, M.; and Huffman, L. 2011.
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Paying for ecosystem services: Promise and peril. Kinzig, A.; Perrings, C.; Chapin III, F.; Polasky, S; Smith, V.; Tilman, D.; and Turner II, B. 2011.
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2010 (6)
Resilience frameworks: Enhancing the capacity to adapt to change. Zavaleta, E. and Chapin III, F. In Beyond Naturalness: Rethinking Park and Wilderness Stewardship in an Era of Rapid Change. Island Press, Washington, 2010.
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The effect of nutrient deposition on bacterial communities in Arctic tundra soil. Campbell, B.; Polson, S.; Hanson, T.; Mack, M.; and Schuur, E. Environmental Microbiology, 2010.
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Leaf-level gas exchange and annual C-Balance of Populus tremuloides (Michx.) and Picea glauca (Moench) in Central Alaska. Szymanski, R. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Hohenheim, Institute of Botany, Hohenheim, 2010.
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The changing effects of Alaska's boreal forests on the climate system. Euskirchen, E.; McGuire, A.; Chapin III, F.; and Rupp, T. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2010.
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The browning of Alaska's boreal forest. Parent, M. and Verbyla, D. Remote Sensing, 2010.
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Resilience thinking: Integrating resilience, adaptability, and transformability. Folke, C.; Carpenter, S.; Walker, B.; Scheffer, M.; Chapin III, F.; and Rockstrom, J. 2010.
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2009 (7)
Measurement of soil carbon oxidation state and oxidative ratio by 13C nuclear magnetic resonance. Hockaday, W.; Masiello, C.; Randerson, J.; Smernik, R.; Baldock, J.; Chadwick, O.; and Harden, J. J. Geophys. Res., 2009.
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Stream dissolved organic matter bioavailability and composition in watersheds underlain with discontinuous permafrost. Balcarczyk, K.; Jones, J.; Jaffé, R.; and Maie, N. Biogeochemistry, 2009.
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Ecological dynamics across the Arctic associated with recent climate change. Post, E.; Høye, T.; Ims, R. A.; Jeppesen, E.; Klein, D.; Madsen, J.; McGuire, A.; Rysgaard, S.; Schindler, D.; Stirling, I.; Tamstorf, M. P.; Forchhammer, M. C.; Tyler, N.; van der Wal, R.; Welker, J.; Wookey, P. A.; Schmidt, N. M.; Aastrup, P.; Bret-Harte, S.; Callaghan, T. V.; Christensen, T.; Elberling, B.; Fox, A.; Gilg, O.; and Hik, D. S. Science, 2009.
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Soil amino acid composition across a boreal forest successional sequence. Werdin-Pfisterer, N.; Kielland, K.; and Boone, R. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2009.
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Elucidating the nutritional dynamics of fungi using stable isotopes. Mayor, J.; Schuur, E.; and Henkel, T. Ecology Letters, 2009.
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Transformations in ecosystem stewardship. Folke, C.; Chapin III, F.; and Olsson, P. In Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-Based Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. Springer, New York, 2009.
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Soil organic carbon pools in the northern circumpolar permafrost region. Tarnocai, C.; Canadell, J.; Schuur, E.; Kuhry, P.; Mazhitova, G.; and Zimov, S. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 2009.
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2008 (3)
The effects of fire severity and site moisture on species composition and functional properties of black spruce forests in interior Alaska. Bernhardt, E. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK, 2008.
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Recovery of aboveground plant biomass and productivity after fire in mesic and dry black spruce forests of Interior Alaska. Mack, M.; Treseder, K.; Manies, K.; Harden, J.; Schuur, E.; Vogel, J.; Randerson, J.; and Chapin III, F. Ecosystems, 2008.
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Decay of Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) Wood in Moist and Dry Boreal, Temperate, and Tropical Forest Fragments. Gonzalez, G.; Gould, W.; Hudak, A.; and Hollingsworth, T. Ambio, 2008.
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2007 (1)
Ecosystem functioning in a more uniform and species-poorer world: Plant biodiversity and responses to elevated carbon dioxide. Pages In: Terrestrial Ecosystems in a Changing World. (eds. Canadell, J.G., Pataki, D.E., and Pitelka, L.F.). IGBP Series, Sprin. Potvin, C; Chapin III, F.; Gonzales, A.; Leadley, P; Reich, P. B.; and Roy, J In Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2007.
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2006 (8)
Net carbon exchange across the arctic tundra-boreal forest transition in Alaska 1981-2000. Thompson, C.; McGuire, A.; Clein, J.; Chapin III, F.; and Beringer, J. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 2006.
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Climate Warming, reduced snow, and freezing injury could explain the demise of yellow-cedar in southeast Alaska. Hennon, P.; D'Amore, D.; Wittwer, D.; Johnson, A.; Schaberg, P.; Hawley, G.; Beier, C.; Sink, S.; and Juday, G. P. 2006.
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Contribution of winter processes to soil nitrogen flux in taiga forest ecosystems. Kielland, K.; Ruess, R.; Olson, K.; and Boone, R. Biogeochemistry, 2006.
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Scale-dependent environmental controls over species composition in Alaskan black spruce communities. Hollingsworth, T.; Walker, M.; Chapin III, F.; and Parsons, A. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2006.
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Partitioning Sources of Soil Respiration in Boreal Black Spruce Forest Using Radiocarbon. Schuur, E. and Trumbore, S. E. Global Change Biology, 2006.
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Holocene development of the Alaskan boreal forest. Lloyd, A.; Edwards, M.; Finney, B.; Lynch, J.; Barber, V.; and Bigelow, N. In Alaska's Changing Boreal Forest. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, USA, 2006.
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Modeling physical and biogeochemical controls over carbon accumulation in a boreal forest soil. Carrasco, J.; Neff, J. C.; and Harden, J. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2006.
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Comparison of geophysical investigations for detection of massive ground ice (pingo ice). Yoshikawa, K.; Leuschen, C.; Ikeda, A.; Harada, K.; Gogineni, P.; Hoekstra, P.; Hinzman, L.; Sawada, Y.; and Matsuoka, N. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2006.
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2005 (6)
Factors in the adaptation of reindeer herders to caribou on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Schneider, W.; Kielland, K.; and Finstad, G. Arctic Anthropology, 2005.
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Fire effects on net radiation and energy partitioning: Contrasting responses of tundra and boreal forest ecosystems. Chambers, S.; Beringer, J.; Randerson, J.; and Chapin III, F. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2005.
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Distribution and density of moose in relation to landscape characteristics: Effects of scale. Maier, J.; Ver Hoef, J.; McGuire, A.; Bowyer, R.; Saperstein, L.; and Maier, H. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2005.
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Effective Local Institutions for Collective Action in Arctic Communities. Natcher, D.; Haley, S.; Kofinas, G.; and Parker, W. Northern Review, 2005.
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Structurally novel biomes: A response to past warming in Beringia. Edwards, M.; Brubaker, L.; Lozhkin, A.; and Anderson, P. Ecology, 2005.
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Cultural practices in restoring and maintaining ecosystem function. Van Lear, D. and Wurtz, T. In Restoration of Boreal and Temperate Forests. CRC Press, 2005.
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2004 (1)
Remote sensing of burn severity and the interaction betweenburn severity, topography, and vegetation in interior Alaska. Epting, J. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks,AK,USA, 2004.
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2003 (3)
The isotopic composition of carbon dioxide from a boreal forest fire: inferring carbon loss from measurements and modeling. Schuur, E.; Mack, M.; Harden, J.; and Trumbore, S. E. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2003.
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Non-equilibrium succession dynamics indicate continued northern migration of lodgepole pine. Johnstone, J. and Chapin III, F. Global Change Biology, 2003.
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Patterns and dynamics of treeline advance on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Lloyd, A.; Rupp, T.; Fastie, C.; and Starfield, A. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2003.
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2002 (2)
Fine root architecture of nine North American trees. Pregitzer, K. Ecological Monographs, 2002.
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Cycling dynamics of NH4+ and amino acid N in soils of a deciduous boreal forest ecosystem. McFarland, J.; Ruess, R.; Kielland, K.; and Doyle, A. Ecosystems, 2002.
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2001 (6)
Permafrost degradation and ecological changes associated with a warming climate in central Alaska. Jorgenson, M.; Racine, C. H.; Walters, J.; and Osterkamp, T. Climatic Change, 2001.
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Carbon balance of the terrestrial biosphere in the twentieth century: Analyses of CO2, climate and land use effects with four process-based ecosystem models. McGuire, A.; Kicklighter, D.; Meier, R.; Melillo, J.; Moore III, B.; Prentice, I.; Ramankutty, N.; Reichenau, T.; Schloss, A.; Tian, H.; Williams, L.; Sitch, S.; Wittenberg, U.; Clein, J.; Dargaville, R.; Esser, G.; Foley, J.; Heimann, M.; Joos, F.; and Kaplan, J. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2001.
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Impact of arctic treeline on synoptic climate. Beringer, J.; Tapper, N.; Chapin III, F.; McHugh, I.; Lynch, A.; Serreze, M.; and Slater, A. Geophysical Research Letters, 2001.
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An alternative to clearcutting in the boreal forest of Alaska: a 27-year study of regeneration after shelterwood harvesting. Wurtz, T. and Zasada, J. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2001.
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Boreal forest CO2 exchange and evapotranspiration predicted by nine ecosystem process models: Intermodel comparisons and relationships to field measurements. Amthor, J.; Nikolov, N.; Potter, C. S.; Wang, S; Wofsy, S.; Chen, J.; Clein, J.; Frolking, S. E.; Goulden, M.; Grant, R.; Kimball, J.; King, A.; and McGuire, A. Journal of Geophysical Research, 2001.
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Modeling the influences of climate change, permafrost, and fire disturbance on carbon dynamics of high latitude ecosystems. Zhuang, Q. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK,USA, 2001.
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2000 (5)
Effects of unfrozen water on heat and mass transport processes in the active layer and permafrost. Romanovsky, V. and Osterkamp, T. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 2000.
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Boreal forest ecosystem dynamics. I. A new spatial model. Yarie, J. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2000.
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Direct effects of fire on the boreal forest carbon budget. Kasischke, E.; Stocks, B.; O'Neill, K.; French, N.; and Bourgeau-Chavez, L. In Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands, 2000.
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Differential effects of competition or microenvironment on boreal tree seedling establishment after fire. Cater, T. and Chapin III, F. Ecology, 2000.
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Distributions of freshwater fishes in ecoregions and hydroregions of Alaska. Oswood, M.; Reynolds, J.; Irons, J.; and Milner, A. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 2000.
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1999 (1)
Site and landscape characterization for ecological studies. Grigal, D. F.; Bell, J. C.; Ahrens, R. J.; Boone, R.; Kelly, E.; Monger, H. C.; and Sollins, P. In Standard soil methods for long-term ecological research. Oxford University Press, New York, NY, USA, 1999.
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1998 (4)
Flooding and ecosystem dynamics along the Tanana River. Yarie, J.; Viereck, L.; Van Cleve, K.; and Adams, P. BioScience, 1998.
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Regulation of fine root dynamics by mammalian browsers in early successional Alaskan taiga forests. Ruess, R.; Hendrick, R.; and Bryant, J. Ecology, 1998.
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Microbial community structure and global trace gases. Schimel, J. and Gulledge, J. Global Change Biology, 1998.
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Forests, climate stress, insects, and fire. Juday, G. P.; Ott, R.; Valentine, D.; and Barber, V. In Implications of global change in Alaska and the Bering Sea region. Center for Global Change and Arctic System Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA, 1998.
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1997 (3)
Spatial variation in the community structure of stream macroinvertebrates within a subarctic Alaskan watershed. Smidt, S. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA, 1997.
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Plant species diversity and forest structure on logged and burned sites in central Alaska. Rees, D. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA, 1997.
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Plant-microbial interactions. Eviner, V. and Chapin III, F. Nature, 1997.
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1995 (4)
Toxicity and repellency of 4-allylanisole and monoterpenes from white spruce and tamarack to the spruce beetle and eastern larch beetle (Coleoptera: Scolytidae). Werner, R. Environmental Entomology, 1995.
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Boreal forest and tundra ecosystems as components of the climate system. Bonan, G.; Chapin III, F.; and Thompson, S. Climatic Change, 1995.
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Conservative bias in classification accuracy assessment due to pixel-by-pixel comparison of classified images with reference grids. Verbyla, D. and Hammond, T. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 1995.
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River and stream ecosystems of Alaska. Oswood, M.; Irons, J.; and Milner, A. In Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1995.
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1994 (2)
A 500-year-long record of tephra falls from Redoubt Volcano and other volcanoes in upper Cook Inlet, Alaska. Beget, J.; Stihler, S.; and Stone, D. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 1994.
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Radar estimates of aboveground biomass in boreal forests of interior Alaska. Rignot, E.; Way, J.; Williams, C.; and Viereck, L. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 1994.
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1993 (2)
Climate of the Tanana River floodplain near Fairbanks, Alaska. Viereck, L.; Van Cleve, K.; Adams, P.; and Schlentner, R. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1993.
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Soil-solution chemistry in relation to forest succession on the Tanana River floodplain, interior Alaska. Yarie, J.; Van Cleve, K.; Dyrness, C.; Oliver, L.; Levison, J.; and Erickson, R. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1993.
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1992 (1)
Water quality and ecology of the Chena River, Alaska. Oswood, M.; Reynolds, J.; LaPerriere, J.; Holmes, R.; Hallberg, J.; and Triplehorn, D. In Water quality of North American river systems. Battelle Press, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 1992.
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1991 (2)
A biophysical surface energy budget analysis of soil temperature in the boreal forests of interior Alaska. Bonan, G. Water Resources Research, 1991.
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Overwintering of freshwater benthic macroinvertebrates. Oswood, M.; Miller, L.; and Irons, J. In Insects at low temperature. Chapman and Hall, New York, New York, USA, 1991.
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1990 (2)
The ecology and economics of storage in plants. Chapin III, F.; Schulze, E.; and Mooney, H. Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics, 1990.
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The effect of changing environmental conditions on microwave signatures of forest ecosystems: preliminary results of the March 1988 Alaskan aircraft SAR experiment. Way, J.; Milne, A.; Sieber, A.; Ahern, F.; Simonett, D.; Hoffer, R.; Imhoff, M.; Weber, J.; Paris, J.; Kasischke, E.; Slaughter, C.; Viereck, L.; Christensen, N. L.; Dobson, M.; Ulaby, F.; and Richards, J. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 1990.
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1988 (2)
Establishment of four Salicaceae species on river bars in interior Alaska. Krasny, M. E.; Vogt, K.; and Zasada, J. Holarctic Ecology, 1988.
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Consumption of leaf detritus by a stream shredder: Influence of tree species and nutrient status. Irons, J.; Oswood, M.; and Bryant, J. Hydrobiologia, 1988.
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1987 (4)
Defensive responses of trees in relation to their carbon/nutrient balance. Tuomi, J.; Niemala, P.; Chapin III, F.; Bryant, J.; and Siren, S. In Mechanisms of woody plant defenses against insects: search for pattern. Springer-Verlag, New York, New York, USA, 1987.
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Response of winter chemical defense in Alaska paper birch and green alder to manipulation of plant carbon/nutrient balance. Bryant, J.; Chapin III, F.; Reichardt, P.; and Clausen, T. Oecologia, 1987.
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Winter logging on the Tanana River floodplain in interior Alaska. Zasada, J.; Slaughter, C.; Argyle, J.; and Teusch, C. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry, 1987.
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Seasonal patterns of soil respiration and CO2 evolution following harvesting in the white spruce forest of interior Alaska. Gordon, A.; Schlentner, R.; and Van Cleve, K. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1987.
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1986 (4)
Association of plants and phytophagous insects in taiga forest ecosystems. Werner, R. In Forest Ecosystems in the Alaskan Taiga: A Synthesis of Structure and Function. Springer-Verlag, New York, New York, USA, 1986.
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Fire in taiga communities of interior Alaska. Dyrness, C.; Viereck, L.; and Van Cleve, K. In Forest Ecosystems in the Alaskan Taiga: A Synthesis of Structure and Function. Springer-Verlag, New York, New York, USA, 1986.
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Relationship of ion absorption to growth rate in taiga trees. Chapin III, F.; Van Cleve, K.; and Tryon, P. Oecologia, 1986.
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Forest Ecosystems in the Alaskan Taiga: A Synthesis of Structure and Function. Van Cleve, K.; Chapin III, F.; Flanagan, P.; Viereck, L.; and Dyrness, C. Springer-Verlag, New York, New York, USA, 1986.
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1985 (3)
Defense of winter-dormant Alaska paper birch against snowshoe hares. Reichardt, P.; Bryant, J.; Clausen, T.; and Wieland, G. Oecologia, 1985.
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Factors influencing generation times of spruce beetle in Alaska. Werner, R. and Holsten, E. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1985.
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Chemical aspects of woody plant-vertebrate herbivore interactions in boreal forests. Bryant, J.; Reichardt, P.; and Clausen, T. In Recent Advances in Phytochemistry. Plenum Press, New York, NY, USA, 1985.
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1983 (2)
Nitrogen and phosphorus nutrition and nutrient cycling by evergreen and deciduous understory shrubs in an Alaskan black spruce forest. Chapin III, F. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1983.
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Effects of forest floor disturbance on soil-solution nutrient composition in a black spruce ecosystem. Van Cleve, K. and Dyrness, C. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1983.
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1982 (1)
A comparison of aqueous extracts from the B horizon of a birch and aspen forest in interior Alaska. Candler, R. and Van Cleve, K. Soil Science, 1982.
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1978 (1)
Overwintering survival of the spear-marked black moth, Rheumaptera hastata (Lepidoptera: Geometridae), pupae in interior Alaska. Werner, R. 1978.
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1970 (2)
Snow breakage in black and white spruce stands in interior Alaska. Van Cleve, K. and Zasada, J. 1970.
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Forest succession and soil development adjacent to the Chena River in interior Alaska. Viereck, L. 1970.
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1967 (1)
Red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) ecology during spruce cone failures in Alaska. Smith, M. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska,USA, 1967.
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1966 (1)
Change in distribution and availability of nitrogen with forest succession on north slopes in interior Alaska. Heilman, P. 1966.
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1964 (1)
Spruce seed as a food of the squirrels Tamiasciurus hudsonicus and Glaucomys sabrinus in interior Alaska. Brink, C. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska, 1964.
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