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Pastick, N. J. , P. Duffy, H. Genet, T. S. Rupp, B. K. Wylie, K. D. Johnson, M. T. Jorgenson, N. Bliss, A. D. McGuire, E. Jafarov, and J. F. Knight. 2017. Historical and projected trends in landscape drivers affecting carbon dynamics in Alaska. Ecological Applications 27:1383-1402.
Ainley, D. G. , E. L. Crockett, J. T. Eastman, W. R. Fraser, N. Nur, K. O'Brien, L. A. Salas, and D. B. Siniff. 2017. How overfishing a large carnivore explains growth in Ross Sea penguin populations: A framework to better understand impacts of a controversial fishery. Ecol. Model. 349.
Devor, D. P. , D. E. Kuhn, K. M. O'Brien, and E. L. Crockett. 2016. Hyperoxia does not extend critical thermal maxima (CTMax) in white- or red-blooded Antarctic notothenioid fishes. Physiol. Zool. 89.
Lindberg, M. S. , J. H. Schmidt, and J. Walker. 2015. History of multimodel inference via model selection in wildlife science. The Journal of Wildlife Management 79:704–707.
Glass, D. J. , A. D. Taylor, I. C. Herriott, R. W. Ruess, and D. L. Taylor. 2014. Habitat preferences, distribution, and temporal persistence of a novel fungal taxon in Alaskan boreal forest soils. Fungal Ecology in press.
O'Brien, K. M. , I. A. Mueller, J. I. Orczewska, K. R. Dullen, and M. Ortego. 2014. Hearts of some Antarctic fishes lack mitochondrial creatine kinase.. Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol 178:30-6.
Christie, K. S. , R. W. Ruess, M. S. Lindberg, and C. P. Mulder. 2014. Herbivores Influence the Growth, Reproduction, and Morphology of a Widespread Arctic Willow. PloS one 9:e101716.
Christie, K. S. , R. W. Ruess, M. S. Lindberg, and C. P. H. Mulder. 2014. Herbivores influence the growth, reproduction, and morphology of a widespread Arctic willow. Plos One 9:1-9.
Parker, K. L. , and P. S. Barboza. 2013. Hand-Rearing Wild Caribou Calves for Studies of Nutritional Ecology 32:163 - 171.
Richter, M. M. , T. N. Lee, O. Toien, B. M. Barnes, and C. L. Buck. 2013. Hibernation at Extremes: How low can you go?. in INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY. . OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC JOURNALS DEPT, 2001 EVANS RD, CARY, NC 27513 USA.
Mager, K. M. , K. E. Colson, and K. J. Hundertmark. 2013. High genetic connectivity and introgression from domestic reindeer characterize northern Alaska caribou herds. Conservation Genetics 14:1111-1123.
Bui, V. N. , H. Ogawa, , K. Karibe, K. Matsuo, S. S. A. Award, G. L. Minougou, S. Yoden, H. Haneda, L. H. Ngo, S. Tamaki, Y. Yamaoto, K. Nakamura, K. Saito, Y. Watanabe, J. Runstadler, F. Huettmann, G. M. Happ, and K. Imai. 2012. H4N8 subtype avian influenza virus isolated from shorebirds contains a unique PB1 gene and causes severe respiratory disease in mice. Virology 423:77–88.
Williams, C. T. , B. M. Barnes, M. Richter, and C. L. Buck. 2012. Hibernation and Circadian Rhythms of Body Temperature in Free-Living Arctic Ground Squirrels. Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental PhysiologyZoology 85:397–404.
Williams, C. T. , A. V. Goropashnaya, L. C. Buck, V. B. Fedorov, F. Kohl, T. N. Lee, and B. M. Barnes. 2011. Hibernating above the permafrost: effects of ambient temperature and season on expression of metabolic genes in liver and brown adipose tissue of arctic ground squirrels. The Journal of Experimental Biology 214:1300–1306.
Toien, O. , J. Blake, D. M. Edgar, D. A. Grahn, C. H. Heller, and B. M. Barnes. 2011. Hibernation in Black Bears: Independence of Metabolic Suppression from Body Temperature. Science 331:906–909.
Medhurst, B. , M. Wipfli, C. Binckley, K. Polivka, P. Hessburg, and B. Salter. 2010. Headwater streams and forest management: Does ecoregional context influence logging effects on benthic communities?. Hydrobiologia 641:71–83.
Anderson, M. Damon, R. W. Ruess, D. D. Myrold, and L. D. Taylor. 2009. Host species and habitat affect nodulation by specific Frankia genotypes in two species of Alnus in interior Alaska. Oecologia 160:619–630.
Kimbirauskas, R. K. , R. W. Merritt, M. S. Wipfli, and P. Hennon. 2008. Headwater macroinvertebrate community response to riparian red alder (Alnus rubra Bong.) in southeast Alaska. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 84:220–237.
Ferrante, A. , M. W. Anderson, C. S. Klug, and J. Gorski. 2008. HLA-DM mediates epitope selection by a "compare-exchange" mechanism when a potential peptide pool is available.. PLoS One 3:e3722.
Calef, M. P. , A. D. McGuire, and F. S. Chapin, III. 2008. Human Influences on Wildfire in Alaska from 1988 through 2005: An Analysis of the Spatial Patterns of Human Impacts. Earth Interactions 12:1-17.
Lisuzzo, N. , K. Kielland, and J. B. Jones. 2008. Hydrologic controls on nitrogen availability in a high-latitude, semi-arid floodplain. Ecoscience 15:366–376.