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Distribution and abundance of microbial biomass in Rocky Mountain spring snowpacks.

Brooks, P.D., Schmidt, S.K., Sommerfeld, R., Musselman, R., Proceedings of the Fiftieth Annual Eastern and Western Snow Conference, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 8-10 June 1993, Ferrik, M., :301-306


Hierarchic studies of snow-ecosystem interactions: A 100-year snow-alteration experiment.

Walker, D.A., Lewis, B.E., Krantz, W.B., Price, E.T., Tabler, R.D., Proceedings of the Fiftieth Annual Eastern and Western Snow Conference, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 8-10 June 1993, Ferrik, M., :407-414


Rates and controls of rock movement through alpine couloirs, Colorado Front Range.

Davinroy, T.C., University of Colorado, Boulder


Disturbance in alpine tundra ecosystems: The effects of digging by northern pocket (Thomomys talpoides).

Davies, E.F., Utah State University, Logan


Chemical weathering in small catchments: Climatic and anthropogenic influences..

Johnson, C.E., Litaor, I.M., Billett, M.F., Bricker, O.P., Scope 51: Biogeochemistry of Small Catchments: A Tool for Environmental Research, Moldan, B. and Cerny, J., John Wiley & Sons, New York :323-341


Analysis of nitrogen saturation potential in Rocky Mountain tundra and forest: Implications for aquatic systems.

Baron, J.S., Ojima, D.S., Holland, E.A., Parton, W.J., Biogeochemistry 27 :61-82


Fluxes of nitrous oxide and methane from nitrogen-amended soils in a Colorado alpine ecosystem.

Neff, J.C., Bowman, W.D., Holland, E.A., Fisk, M.C., Schmidt, S.K., Biogeochemistry 27 :23-33


Landscape patterns of litter decomposition in alpine tundra.

O'Lear, H.A., Seastedt, T.R., Oecologia 99 :95-101


Plant production and soil microorganisms in late-successional ecosystems: A continental-scale study.

Zak, D.R., Tilman, D., Parmenter, R.R., Rice, C.W., Fisher, F.M., Vose, J., Milchunas, D., Martin, C.W., Ecology 75 :2333-2347


Remote sensing of the radiation balance during the growing season at the Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research site, Front Range, Colorado, U.S.A..

Duguay, C.R., Arctic and Alpine Research 26 :393-402


Shoot growth dynamics and photosynthetic response to increased nitrogen availability in the alpine willow Salix glauca.

Bowman, W.D., Conant, R.T., Oecologia 97 :93-99


Accumulation and use of nitrogen and phosphorus following fertilization in two alpine tundra communities.

Bowman, W.D., Oikos 70 :261-270


Effects of interannual climate variation on aboveground phytomass in alpine vegetation.

Walker, M.D., Webber, P.J., Arnold, E.H., Ebert-May, D., Ecology 75 :393-408


Determination of diets of alpine aquatic insects using stable isotopes and gut analysis.

Mihuc, T., Toetz, D., American Midland Naturalist 131 :146-155


Short- and long-term patterns of soil moisture in alpine tundra.

Taylor, R.V., Seastedt, T.R., Arctic and Alpine Research 26 (1) :14-20


Quaternary Insects and their Environments.

Elias, S.A., Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement #DEB-1637686. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necesarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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