Peer-Reviewed Publications

Over 150 publications in the peer-reviewed primary  scientific literature have been generated, at least in part, by research supported by the Huron Mt. Wildlife Foundation.  About half of these have been published in the last decade.

HMWF does not provide copies of published papers, but many recent publications can be downloaded from authors’ web-sites and some are open-access.  We have provided links for some of the publications listed below


Gorring, P.S. & B.D. Farrell. 2023. Evaluating species boundaries using coalescent delimitation in pine-killing Monochamus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) sawyer beetles. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
84:107777  doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2023.107777

Houghton DC & DeWalt RE. 2023. The caddis aren’t alright: modeling Trichoptera richness in streams of the northcentral United States reveals substantial species losses. Front. Ecol. Evol. 11:1163922. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2023.1163922

Ochoa-Hueso, R., Delgado-Baquerizo, M., Risch, A. C., Ashton, L., Augustine, D., Bélanger, N., et al. 2023. Bioavailability of macro and micronutrients across global topsoils: Main drivers and global change impacts. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 37, e2022GB007680.


Fleissner, E.R., R.L. Putland & A.F. Mensinger. 2022. The effect of boat sound on freshwater fish behavior in public (motorized) and wilderness (nonmotorized) lakes Environmental Biology of Fishes 105:1065–1079  10.1007/s10641-022-01318-5

Houghton, D.C. (and 7 others). 2022. Checklist of the caddisflies (Insecta, Trichoptera) of the Upper Midwest region of the United States. ZooKeys 1111: 287–300 doi: 10.3897/zookeys.1111.72345

Houghton, D.C. 2022. Comparison of caddisfly (Insecta, Trichoptera) assemblages from lake and river habitats of the Huron Mountains of Michigan (USA). ZooKeys 1111: 267–286 doi: 10.3897/zookeys.1111.70195

Lafferty, Diana J.R., Erin A. McKenney (and 5 others). 2022. The gut microbiome of wild American marten in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. PLoS ONE 17(11).

Malhotra, R., Lima, S., & Harris, N. C.  2022. Temporal refuges of a subordinate carnivore vary across rural–urban gradient. Ecology and Evolution, 12, e9310.

Mancuso, J.,  Messic, E. & Tiegs, S.D. 2022. Parsing spatial and temporal variation in stream ecosystem functioning. Ecosphere. 2022;13:e4202. DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.4202

Rutherford, R. 2022. Two southern plant species, Nuttallanthus canadensins (L.)D.A. Sutton and Opuntia cespitosa Raf., discovered as disjunct in the Huron Mountains, Marquette County, Michigan. The Great Lakes Botanist 61:65-69.


Chavarie, L., S. Voelker, M. J. Hansen, C. R. Bronte, A. M. Muir, M. S. Zimmerman, and C. C. Krueger. 2021. Temporal instability of lake charr phenotypes: Synchronicity of growth rates and morphology linked to environmental variables? Evolutionary Applications 14:1159–1177.

Clark, J. S., … , J. M. LaMontagne, (and many others). 2021. Continent-wide tree fecundity driven by indirect climate effects. Nature Communications 12:1242. DOI:10.1038/s41467-020-20836-3

Houghton, David. 2021. A tale of two habitats: whole-watershed comparison of disturbed and undisturbed river systems in northern Michigan (USA), based on adult Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera assemblages and functional feeding group biomass. Hydrobiologia

Houghton, D. C. 2021. A new species of Setodes Rambur (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae) from norther Michigan, USA. Zootaxa 4965:293-300-293–300.

Houghton, D. C., and R. E. DeWalt. 2021. If a tree falls in the forest: terrestrial habitat loss predicts caddisfly (Insecta: Trichoptera) assemblages and functional feeding group biomass throughout rivers of the North-central United States. Landscape Ecology. (published online July 2021)

Leeper, M. A. C., and D. J. M. LaMontagne. 2021. Cone characteristics and insect predation levels vary across years in mast seeding white spruce. Canadian Journal of Forest Research.

Riege, D. A. 2021. The versatile role of Pinus strobus within the composition and structure of permanent plots in five mature mixed forests of the Upper Midwest U.S.A. The American Midland Naturalist 185:1-14.

Williams, E. W. 2021. Population genetics of species in the genera Botrychium and Botrypus (Ophioglossaceae). American Fern Journal 111.

Woods, K.D., T.A. Nagel,… (+ 9 others). 2021. Multi‐decade tree mortality in temperate old‐growth forests of Europe and North America: Non‐equilibrial dynamics and species‐individualistic response to disturbance. Global Ecology and Biogeography (23 pp).


Anderson, C. J. 2020. Comparing the slope–area threshold for stream initiation in primeval and managed forests of Northern Michigan. Forest  Science 66:130-139.

Colborn, A. S., C. C. Kuntze, G. I. Gadsden, and N. C. Harris. 2020. Spatial variation in diet–microbe associations across populations of a generalist North American carnivore. Journal of Animal Ecology 89:1952–1960.

Gadsden, G. I., R. Malhotra, J. Schell, T. Carey, and N. C. Harris. 2020. Michigan ZoomIN: validating crowd-sourcing to identify mammals from camera surveys. bioRxiv:2020.06.09.143180.

Houghton DC. 2020. New state records and noteworthy recaptures of Michigan (USA) Trichoptera. The Great Lakes Entomologist, vol 53 (1)

Houghton David C, Ryan Lardner. 2020. Ash-free dry mass values for northcentral USA caddisflies (Insecta, Trichoptera). ZooKeys 951:37-46 doi: 10.3897/zookeys.951.49790

Lambrecht, N. L., Wittkop, C., Katsev, S., Sheik, C., Fakhraee, M., Hall, S. J., and Swanner, E. D., 2020, Biogeochemical and physical controls on methane fluxes from two meromictic ferruginous lakes. Geobiology, 18:54–69.

Leeper, Abigail C., Beth A. Lawrence, Jalene M. LaMontagne. 2020. Plant-available soil nutrients have a limited infuence on cone production patterns of individual white spruce trees. Oecologia 194:101-111. doi:10.1007/s00442-020-04759-w

Muscarella, Mario E., Xia Meng Howey, Jay T. Lennon. 2020. Trait-based approach to bacterial growth efficiency. Envrionmental Microbiology 22:3494-3504. Doi:10.1111/1462-2920.15120

Riege, D. A. 2020. Effects of beaver disturbance on vegetation of a permanent plot in the Huron Mountain Club reserve. The Great Lakes Botanist 59:202–217.

Spicer, M. E., Mellor, H., and Carson, W. P.. 2020. Seeing beyond the trees: a comparison of tropical and temperate plant growth-forms and their vertical distribution. Ecology 101(4):e02974. 10.1002/ecy.2974

Swanner, E. D., Lambrecht, N., Wittkop, C., Harding, C., Katsev, S., Torgeson, J., et al. 2020. The biogeochemistry of ferruginous lakes and past ferruginous oceans. Earth-Science Rev. 211, 103430. doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2020.103430


Colas, F., …, and S.D. Tiegs. 2019. Towards a simple global-standdard bioassay for a key ecosystem process: organic-matter decomposition using cotton strips. Ecological Indicators 106: 105466

Dye, A., M. Ross Alexander, D. Bishop, D. Druckenbrod, N. Pederson, and A. Hessl. 2019. Size–growth asymmetry is not consistently related to productivity across an eastern US temperate forest network. Oecologia 189:515–528.

Dye, A., Kerry D. Woods. 2019. Growth and climate response of four new Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carrière (Eastern hemlock) tree-ring chronologies from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The Great Lakes Botanist.  58:193-204.

Lennox R.J.,…, K.J. Murchie, et al. 2019.  100 pressing questions on the future of global fish migration science, conservation, and policy. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 7:1-16

Marcarelli Amy M.,  Ashley A. Coble,  Karl M. Meingast,  Evan S. Kane,  Colin N. Brooks, Ishi Buffam,  Sarah A. Green,  Casey J Huckins,  David Toczydlowski,  Robert Stottlemyer. 2019. Of small streams and great lakes: integrating tributaries to understand the ecology and biogeochemistry of Lake Superior.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association 55:442-458. 

Muscarella, M.E.,  et al. 2019. Resource heterogeneity structures aquatic bacterial communities. ISME J 13:2183–2195 doi:10.1038/s41396-019-0427-7

Priest, R.J., R.R. Kula, and M.W. Gates. Leaf mining insects and their parasitoids in the old-growth forest of the Huron Mountains. The Great Lakes Entomologist 52:117-159.

Tiegs, Scott D. [and many others]. 2019. Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones. Science Advances  5:no.1, eaav0486. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aav0486

JM U’Ren, F Lutzoni, J Miadlikowska, NB Zimmerman, I Carbone, G May,, & E. Arnold. 2019. Host availability drives distributions of fungal endophytes in the imperilled boreal realm
Nature Ecology & Evolution 3 (10), 1430-1437

Voelker, S. L., S.-Y. S. Wang, T. E. Dawson, J. S. Roden, C. J. Still, F. J. Longstaffe, and A. Ayalon. 2019. Tree-ring isotopes adjacent to Lake Superior reveal cold winter anomalies for the Great Lakes region of North America. Scientific Reports 9:article 4412


Houghton, David (and 8 others). 2018. Updated checklist of the Michigan (USA) caddisflies, with regional and habitt affinities. ZooKeys 730:55-72.  DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.730.21776

Lambrecht, Nicholas, Chad Wittkop, Sergei Katsev, Moitaba Fakhraee, Elizabeth D.Swanner. 2018. Geochemical characterization of two ferruginous meromictic lakes in the upper midwest. Journal of Geophsical Research: Biogeosciences 123:3403-3422 DOI:10.1029/2018JG004587

Lennon, T., M. E. Muscarella, S. A. Placella, B. K. Lehmkuhl. 2018. How, when, and where relic DNA affects microbial diversity. mBio:  Volume 9 Issue 3 e00637-18 DOI: 10.1128/mBio.00637-18

Murchie Karen J, Knapp CR, McIntyre PB. 2018. Advancing freshwater biodiversity conservation by collaborating with public aquaria – making the most of an engaged audience and trusted arena. Fisheries 43:172-178.

Willis, John L. And Michael B. Walters. 2018.  Nutrition and mycorrhizae affect interspecific patterns of seedling growth on coarse wood and mineral soil substrates. Ecosphere 9:e02350. 10.1002/ecs2.2350


Chavarie, L., Muir, A.M., Zimmerman, M.S. (7 others). 2017. Challenge to the model of lake charr evolution: shallow- and deep-water morphs exist within a small postglacial lake. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120:578–603.

Waller, D. M., S. E. Johnson, and J. C. Witt. 2017. A new rapid and efficient method to estimate browse impacts from twig age. Forest Ecology and Management 404:361–369.

Werner, Thomas. 2017. The Drosophilids of a pristine old-growth northern hardwood forest.  Great lakes Entomologist 50: 8-78

Werner, T. and J. Jaenike. 2017. Drosophilids of the Midwest and Northeast.


Coble, A.A.,  Marcarelli, A.M.,  Kane, E.S.,  Stottlemyer,  J.R.,  Toczydlowski,  D.  2016. Temporal patterns of dissolved organic matter biodegradability are similar across three rivers of varying size. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 121:1617-1631. DOI:10.1002/2015JG003218

Coble AA, Marcarelli AM, Kane ES, Huckins CJ. 2016. Uptake of ammonium and soluble reactive phosphorus in forested streams: influence of dissolved organic matter composition. Biogeochemistry 131:355-372. DOI 10.1007/s10533-016-0284-7

Costello, D.M., Emma J. Rosi-Marshall, Lawton E. Shaw, Michael R. Grace, John J. Kelly. 2016.  A novel method to assess effects of chemical stressors on natural biofilm structure and function. Freshwater Biology 61, 2129–2140. DOI:10.1111/fwb.12641

Feringa, M., Huckins, C., Mattes, W., Baker, E., Zorne, T., Littlefield, J., Scribner, K. 2016. Genetic and phenotypic evidence for splake presence in brook trout and lake trout spawning habitats. Journal of Great Lakes Research 42 (2016) 738–742.

Gailing, O., and J. Riehl. 2016. Hybridization and adaptive divergence in oaks. International Oaks: the Journal of the International Oak Society. 27:91-98

Williams, E.W., D.R. Farrar, and D. Henson. 2016. Cryptic speciation in allotetraploids: lessons from the Botrychium matricariifolium complex. American Journal of Botany 103:740-753. doi:10.3732/ajb.1500281


Gora, E. M. and Yanoviak, S.P. 2015. Electrical properties of temperate forest trees: a review and quantitative comparison with vines.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 45:236-245.

Lind-Riehl, Jennifer and Gailing, Oliver. 2015. Fine-scale spatial genetic structure of two red oak species, Quercus rubra and Quercus ellipsoidalis. Plant Systematics and Evolution. DOI:10.1007/s00606-014-1173-y

Marcarelli,  A.M., Huckins,  C.J., Eggert, S.L. 2015. Sand aggradation alters biofilm standing crop and metabolism in a low-gradient Lake Superior tributary. Journal of Great Lakes Research 41:1052-1059. DOI:10.1016/j.jglr.2015.09.

Muzika, R.M., Guyette, R.P.,  Stambaugh, M.C., and Marschall, J.M.  2015. Fire, drought and humans in a heterogeneous Lake Superior landscape.  Journal of Sustainable Forestry.  34:49-70.

Williams, E.W. and Waller, D.M. 2015. Tracking morphological change and demographic dynamics in ephemeral Botrychium s.s. (Ophioglossaceae) populations. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 142:152-165.

Yanoviak, S. P., E. M. Gora, J. Fredley, P. M. Bitzer, R.-M. Muzika, and W. P. Carson. 2015. Direct effects of lightning in temperate forests: a review and preliminary survey in a hemlock-hardwood forest of the northern United States. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45: 1258-1268. doi: 10.1139/cjfr-2015-0081.

Zhang, R., A.L. Hipp, O. Gailing. 2015. Sharing of chloroplast haplotypes among red oak species suggests interspecific gene flow between neighboring populations. Botany 93:691-700


Adamski, D., J.-F. Landry, V. Nazari, and R.J. Priest. 2014. Three new species of leaf-mining Glechiidae (Lepidoptera) from Canada and northeastern United States. Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 68:101-123.

Costello, DM, and GA Burton. 2014. Response of stream ecosystem function and structure to sediment metal: Contextdependency and variation among endpoints. Elem Sci Anth, 2, p.000030. DOI:

Fahey, R.T.,  Fotis, A.T., and Woods, K.D. 2014. Quantifying canopy complexity and effects on productivity and resilience in late successional hemlock-hardwood forests. Ecological Applications.

Fahey, R. T. and C. G. Lorimer. 2014. Persistence of pine species in late-successional forests: evidence from habitat-related variation in stand age structure. Journal of Vegetation Science: 25:584-600 DOI: 10.1111/jvs.12091

Gailing, O. 2014. Strategies to identify adaptive genes in hybridizing trees like oaks and poplars. Not. Bot. Horti. Agrobo. 42:299-309. DOI:10.1583/nbha4229739

Gailing, O. and Curtu, A.L. 2014.  Interspecific gene flow and maintenance of species integrity in oaks. Annals of Forest Research 57: 5-18. DOI: 10.15287/afr.2014.171

Igleski, M.J. and Nicholson, K.E. 2014. Spatial pattern of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection in green grogs (Lithobates clamitans). Herpetological Review 45(1):34-40

Liebgold, Eric B. 2014. The influence of social environment: behavior of unrelated adults affects future juvenile behaviors. Ethology 120:388–399

Lind-Riehl, J., Sullivan, A.R. &  Gailing, O. 2014. Evidence for selection on a CONSTANS-like gene between two red oak species. Annals of Botany 113(6): 967-975. doi:10.1093/aob/mcu019

Reynolds, J. W., and  Wetzel, M.J. 2014.  A checklist by counties of earthworms (Oligochaeta: Acanthodrilidae, Lumbricidae, Megascolecidae and Sparganophilidae) in Michigan, U.S.A.  Megadrilogica 17:51-72.

Sessa, E.B. and T.J. Givnish.. 2014. Leaf form and photosynthetic physiology of Dryopteris species distributed along light gradients in eastern North America. Functional Ecology 28: 108–123 doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12150

Woods, K.D.  2014. Multi-decade biomass dynamics in an old-growth hemlock-northern hardwood forest, Michigan, USA. PeerJ. 09/2014; 2:e598.


Gailing, O. 2013. Differences in growth, survival and phenology in Quercus rubra and Q. ellipsoidalis seedlings. Dendrobiology 70:73–81.

Lind, J. and O. Gailing. 2013. Genetic structure of Quercus rubra L. and Q. ellipsoidalis E. J. Hill populations at gene-based EST-SSR and nuclear SSR markers. Tree Genetics and Genomes 31:231-239. DOI 10.1007/s11295-012-0586-4

Major, K., D. J. Soucek, R. Giordano, M. J. Wetzel, and F. Soto-Adames. 2013. The common ecotoxicology laboratory strain of Hyalella azteca is genetically distinct from most wild strains sampled in Eastern North America. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32:2637–2647.

Riege, Dennis. 2013. Ground vegetation of old-growth white pine stands at the Huron Mountain Club Reserve and Estivant Pines in Upper Michigan. The Michigan Botanist 52:80-92

Shartell, L.M., E.A. Lilleskov, and A.J. Storer. 2013. Predicting exotic earthworm distribution in the northern Great Lakes region. Biological Invasions 15:1665-1675 DOI: 10.1007/s10530-012-0399-2

Sullivan, A. R., J. F. Lind, T. S. McCleary, J. Romero-Severson, and O. Gailing. 2013. Development and characterization of genomic and gene-based microsatellite markers in North American red oak species. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 31:231-239 DOI: 10.1007/s11105-012-0495-6

Tiegs, S. D., J. E. Clapcott, N. A. Griffiths, and A. J. Boulton. 2013. A standardized cotton-strip assay for measuring organic-matter decomposition in streams. Ecological Indicators 32:131–139.


Fahey, R.T., C.G. Lorimer, D.J. Mladenoff.. 2012. Habitat heterogeneity and lifehistory traits influence presettlement distributions of earlysuccessional tree species in a late-successional, hemlock-hardwood landscape.. Landscape Ecology. DOI 10.1007/s10980-012-9754-z.

Gailing, O., Lind, J. & E. Lilleskov.. 2012. Leaf morphological and genetic differentiation between Quercus rubra L. and Q. elliposidalis E. J. Hill populations in contrasting environments.. Plant Systematics and Evolution 298: 1533- 1545. DOI 10.1007/s00606-012-0656-y.

Hinkel, K.M. and F.E. Nelson.. 2012. Spatial and temporal aspects of the lake effect on the southern shore of Lake Superior. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. DOI 10.1007/s00704-012-0585-2.

Majure, L.C. and E. Ribbens. 2012.  Chromosome Counts of Opuntia (Cactaceae), Prickly Pear Cacti, in The Midwestern United States and Environmental Factors Restricting the Distribution of Opuntia Fragilis. Haseltonia 17: 58–65.

Pypker, TG, CS Tarasoff and H-S Koh.. 2012. Assessing the Efficacy of Two Indirect Methods for Quantifying Canopy Variables Associated with the Interception Loss of Rainfall in Temperate Hardwood Forests. Open Journal of Modern Hydrology 2, 29-40.

Ransom, T.S.. 2012. Behavioral responses of a native salamander to native and invasive earthworms. Biological Invasions. DOI 10.1007/s10530-012-0255-4.

Richter D. . 2012. The sugar maple sapstreak fungus (Ceratocystis virescens (Davidson) Moreau, Ascomycota) in the Huron Mountains, Marquette, County, Michigan.. The Michigan Botanist

Scribner, K., Huckins, C. J., Baker, E., Kanefsky, J.. 2012. Genetic relationships and gene flow between resident and migratory brook trout in the Salmon Trout River.. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 38:152–158.

Sessa, E., E.A. Zimmer, and T.J. Givnish.. 2012. Phylogeny, divergence times, and historical biogeography of New World Dryopteris (Dryopteridaceae).. American Journal of Botany 99: 730–750.

Sessa, E., E.A. Zimmer, and T.J. Givnish.. 2012. Reticulate evolution on a global scale: A nuclear phylogeny for New World Dryopteris (Dryopteridaceae).. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 64(3):563–581

Sessa, E., E.A. Zimmer, and T.J. Givnish.. 2012. Unraveling reticulate evolution in North American Dryopteris (Dryopteridaceae).. BMC Evolutionary Biology 12:104 doi:10.1186/1471-2148-12-104

Williams, E.W. and D.M. Waller.. 2012. Phylogenetic placement of species within the genus Botrychium S.S. (Ophiglossaceae) on the basis of plastid sequences, amplified fragment length polymorphisms, and flow cytometry. International Journal of Plant Sciences 173: 516-531. DOI: 10.1086/664711.


Anderson-Carpenter, L., J.S. McLachlan, S.T. Jackson, M. Kuch, C. Lumibao, and H. Poinar. 2011. Ancient DNA from lake sediments: Bridging the gap between paleoecology and genetics.. BMC Evolutionary Biology 11:30-44.

Baldwin, B. G., S. Kalisz, and W. S. Armbruster. 2011. Phylogenetic perspectives on diversification, biogeography, and floral evolution of Collinsia and Tonella (Plantaginaceae). American Journal of Botany 98:731–753.

Burtner, Ashley M., Peter B. McIntyre, J. David Allen, and Donna R. Kashian.. 2011. The influence of land use and potamodromous fish on ecosystem function in Lake Superior tributaries. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37:521-527, doi:10.1016/j.jglr.2011.05.014.

Riege, D.. 2011. Demography of old-growth white pine stands at the Huron Mountain Club Reserve and Estivant Pines in Upper Michigan.. The Michigan Botanist 50:107-117

Van Grinsven, Matthew, Alex Mayer, and Casey Huckins.. 2011. Estimation of streambed groundwater fluxes associated with coaster brook trout spawning habitat.. Groundwater 50:432-441. DOI: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2011.00856.x


Flaspohler, D.J. and C. Meine. 2006. Planning for Wildness: Aldo Leopold’s Report on Huron Mountain Club. Journal of Forestry 104:32-42

Marx, L.M. and M.B. Walters. 2006. Effects of nitrogen supply and wood species on Tsuga canadensis and Betula alleghaniensis seedling growth on decaying wood. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:2873-2884

Scharenbroch, B.C. and J.G. Bockheim. 2007. Impacts of forest gaps on soil properties and processes in old growth northern hardwood-hemlock forests. Plant Soil 294:219-233

Scharenbroch, B.C. and J.G. Bockheim. 2007. Pedodiversity in an old-growth northern hardwood forest in the Huron Mountains, upper peninsula, Michigan.. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37:1106-1117

Huckins, Casey and Edward A. Baker. 2008. Migrations and biological characteristics of adfluvial coaster brook trout in a south shore Lake Superior tributary. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 137:1229-1243

Huckins, Casey, Edward A. Baker, Kurt D. Fausch, and Jill B.K. Leonard. 2008. Ecology and life history of coaster brook trout and potential bottlenecks in their rehabilitation. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 4:1321-1342

Karberg, N.J. and E.A. Lilleskov. 2008. White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) fecal pellet decomposition is accelerated by the invasive earthworm Lumbricus terrestris. Biological Invasions DOI 10.1007/s10530-008-9290-6

Marx, L. and M.B. Walters. 2008. Survival of tree seedlings on different species of decaying wood maintains tree distribution in Michigan hemlock-hardwood forests.. Journal of Ecology 96:505-513

Ribbens, E. and A. Geisler. 2008. Opuntia fragilis in Michigan. Cactus and Succulent Journal 80:240-244,255.

Scharenbroch, B.C. and J.G. Bockheim. 2008. Gaps and soil carbon dynamics in old growth northern hardwood-hemlock forests. Ecosystems. 11:426-441.

Scharenbroch, B.C. and J.G. Bockheim. 2008. The effects of gap disturbance on nitrogen cycling and retention in late-successional northern hardwood–hemlock forests. Biogeochemistry 87:231–245. 

Woods, Kerry D.. 2008. Living long by staying small: stem layering as an adaptive life-history trait in shade-tolerant tree seedlings. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38:480-487. doi: 10.1139/X07-136

Myers, P., B.L. Lundrigan, S.M.G. Hoffman, A.P. Haraminac, and S.H. Seto. 2009. Climate-induced changes in the small mammal communities of the Northern Great Lakes Region. Global Change Biology 15:1434–1454, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.01846.x

Buffington, M.L. 2010. The Description of Banacuniculus Buffington, New Genus (Hymenoptera: Figitidae: Eucoilinae). Journal of Hymenoptera Research 19:94-112

Kolka, R.K., C.P. Giardina, J.D. McClure, A. Mayer, and M.F. Jurgensen. 2010. Partitioning hydrologic contributions to an ‘old-growth’ riparian area in the Huron Mountains of Michigan, USA. Ecohydrology 3:315–324


Manierre, William R.. 2001a. Additions to the lichen flora of the Huron Mountain Club. Evansia 18:51-52.

Manierre, William R.. 2001b. Bryum alpinum and Grimmia donniana, new to Michigan. Evansia 18:60-61

Jackson, S.T. and R.K. Booth. 2002. The role of Late Holocene climate variability in the expansion of yellow birch in the western Great Lakes region. Diversity and Distributions 8:275–284

Manierre, William R.. 2002. Bryophytes and lichens of the Huron Mountain Club conclusion. Evansia 19:131-134.

O’Brien, Mark F., Ethan Bright, and Michael A. Kielb. 2003. The Odonata of the Huron Mountains, Marquette Co., Michigan. Bulletin of American Odonatology 7:1-22

Richter, Dana L.. 2004. Rare and unusual fungi (Basidiomycota) of the Huron Mountains, Marquette Co. Michigan. Michigan Botanist 43:65-80.


Kielb, Michael A., Ethan Bright, and Mark F. O’Brien. 1996. Range extension of Stylogomphus albistylus (Odonata: Gomphidae) for the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Great Lakes Entomologist 29:87―88.

Yanoviak, Stephen P., and W. P. McCafferty. 1996. Comparison of macroinvertebrate assemblages inhabiting pristine streams in the Huron Mountains of Michigan. Hydrobiologia 330:195-211.

Wu, Qiuxin, and Gregory M. Mueller. 1997. Biogeographic relationships between the macrofungi of temperate eastern Asia and eastern North America. Canadian Journal of Botany 75:2108-2116.

Andres, Susan. 1998. Loon breeding success on seven lakes in the Huron Mountains, Marquette Co., Michigan, 1996-1998. Michigan Birds and Natural History 5:149-159.

Manierre, William R.. 1998. Gyroweisia reflexa, a moss new for the United States. Evansia 15:30-31.

Richter, Dana L.. 1998. White pine blister rust in the forests of the Huron Mountain Club, Marquette County, MI. The Michigan Botanist 37:91-98

Manierre, William R.. 1999a. Interesting bryophytes in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Evansia 16:68-73.

Manierre, William R.. 1999b. Bryophytes and lichens of the Huron Mountain Club. Evansia 16:152-166

Banik, Mark T., and Harold H. Burdsall, Jr.. 2000. Incompatibility groups among North American populations of Laetiporus sulphureus senso lato. Mycologia 92:649-655.

Woods, Kerry D.. 2000. Dynamics in late-successional hemlock-hardwood forests over three decades. Ecology 81:110-126.

Wu, Qiuxin, Gregory M. Mueller, Francois M. Lutzoni, Yong-Qing Huang, and Shou-Yu Guo. 2000. Phylogenetic and biogeographic relationships of eastern Asian and eastern North American disjunct Suillus species (Fungi). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 17:37-47.


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