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Abrams, Marc D. 1984. Uneven-aged jack pine in Michigan. J. For. 82: 306-307.
Abrams, Marc D., and Donald I. Dickmann. 1982. Early revegetation of clear-cut and burned jack pine sites in northern lower
         Michigan. Can. J. Bot. 60: 946-954.
Abrams, Marc D., and Donald I. Dickmann. 1984. Floristic composition before and after prescribed fire on a jack pine clear-cut
         site in northern lower Michigan. Can. J. For. Res. 14: 746-749.
Abrams, Marc D., Douglas G. Sprugel, and Donald I. Dickmann. 1985. Multiple successional pathways on recently disturbed jack
         pine sites in Michigan. For. Ecol. Manag. 10: 31-48.
Ackley, Alma Bernice. 1932. Preliminary report on Michigan algae exclusive of desmids and diatoms. Pap. Ohio St. U. Dept.
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Adams, Chas. C. 1904. Migration route of Kirtland's Warbler. Bull. Mich. Ornith. Club V: 14-21.
Adams, Diane L. 1989. Lead seals from Fort Michilimackinac, 1715-1781. Archaeological Completion Report Series No. 14,
         Mackinac Island State Park Commission, Mackinac Island, Mich..
Adams, J. A., G. A. McPeek, and D. C. Evers. 1988. Bird population changes in Michigan, 1966-85. Jack-Pine Warbler 66:
         71-86.
Alban, D. H., and D. A. Perala. 1992. Carbon storage in Lake States aspen ecosystems. Can. J. For. Res. 22: 1107-1110.
Albert, D. A. 1983. Effects of clearcutting on a sugar maple-dominated ecosystem of the Sylvania Recreation Area, Upper
         Michigan. M.S. Thesis,
Albert, D. A. 1990. A regional landscape ecosystem classification of Michigan stressing physiographic, geologic, and soil factors.
         Ph.D. Dissertation, U. Mich., Ann Arbor, Mich., 384 pp.
Albert, D. A., G. A. Reese, M. R. Penskar, L. A. Wilsmann, and S. J. Ouwinga. 1989. A survey of Great Lakes marshes in the
         northern half of Michigan's Lower Peninsula and throughout Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Rept. to Mich. D. N. R., Land
         & Water Manage. Div., Lansing, Mich.: Mich. Nat. Features Inv., 116 pp.
Albert, Dennis A., Shirley R. Denton, and Burton V. Barnes. 1986. Regional Landscape Ecosystems of Michigan. Sch. Nat.
         Res., U. Mich., Ann Arbor, Mich. 32 pp.
Alden, W. C. 1904. The Delavan lobe of the Lake Michigan glacier of the Wisconsin stage of glaciation and associated
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Allen, Durward L. Wolves of Minong Isle Royale's Wild Community. U. Mich. Press, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Aller, Wilma F. 1954. Aboriginal food utilization of vegetation by the Indians of the Great Lakes region as recorded in the Jesuit
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American Historical Publications, Inc. 1991. Michigan Gazetteer. Amer. Hist. Publs., Inc., Wilmington, DE, 357 pp.
Anderson, R. F. 1967. Preliminary report on biological observations in northern Lake Michigan utilizing SCUBA. In: Ayers, J.
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Andrews, A. LeRoy. 1957. Bryophyte flora of the Upper Cayuga Lake Basin, New York. Cornell U., Agri. Exp. Sta., Memoir 352
Andrews, J. T. 1970. Present and postglacial rates of uplift for glaciated northern and eastern North America derived from
         postglacial uplift curves. Can. J. Earth Sci. 7: 703-715.
Andrews, Wesley. 1995. The Middle Village Archaeological Survey and Properties of Traditional Cultural Value Project, Emmet
         County, Michigan. Andrews Cultural Resources, East Lansing.
Anon. 1995. Found: nature's way to banish nuisance algae from streams. Frontiers (December)
Appleby, Amy. 1991. History of the Pere Marquette watershed. M.S. Thesis, Indiana U.,
Applegate, Vernon C. 1943. Partial analysis of growth in a population of mudminnows, Umbra limi (Kirtland). Copeia 2: 92-96.
Applegate, Vernon C. 1947. Growth of some lake trout, Cristivomer n. namaycush, of known age in inland Michigan lakes.
         Copeia 4: 237-241.
Applegate, Vernon C. 1947. The menace of the sea lamprey. Mich. Conserv. 16(4): 6, 7, 10.
Applegate, Vernon C. 1951. Sea lamprey investigations II. Egg development, maturity, egg production, and percentage of
         unspawned eggs of sea lampreys, Petromyzon marinus, captured in several Lake Huron tributaries. Pap. Mich. Acad.
         Sci., Arts, & Letters 35: 71-90.
Arbogast, A. F., P. Scull, R. J. Schaetzl, J. Harrison, T. P. Jameson, and S. Crozier. 1997. Concurrent stabilization of some
         interior dune fields in Michigan. Phys. Geogr. 18: 63-79.
Archer, A. F. 1934. The land mollusks of Mackinac Island, Michigan. Nautilus 47(4): 138-140.
Armentano, T. V., and O. L. Loucks. 1983. Air pollution threats to US national parks in the Great Lakes region. Environ.
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Armour, David A. 1967. The women of Michilimackinac. Mackinac History 1(10). Mackinac Island State Park Commission,
         Mackinac Island, Mich.
Armour, David A. 1996. Historic Mill Creek. Mackinac State Historic Parks, Mackinac Island, Mich.
Armour, David A., and Keith R. Widder. 1978. At the Crossroads: Michilimackinac during the American Revolution. Mackinac
          Island State Park Commission, Mackinac Island, Mich.
Armour, David A. ed. 1967. Treason? at Michilimackinac: The proceedings of a general court martial held at Montreal in October
          1768 for the trail of Major Robert Rogers. Mackinac Island State Park Commission, Mackinac Island, Mich.
Arzigian, Constance. 1982. Processing of Flotation Samples (20AA54). Manuscript on file at the USDA Forest Service,
          Huron-Manistee National Forests, Cadillac, Mich.
Askin, John. 1778. Inventory of estate: vehicles, tools, furniture, books, merchandise, household equipment, Michilimackinac.
          (microfilm). Detroit Public Library, Burton Historical Collection, "Askin Papers (John, 1739-1815) Film."
Askin, John. 1780-1782, 1783-1791, 1792-1793. Account book.[Detroit] October 6, 1780-February 28, 1782. Manuscript ledger,
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Askin, John. 1783-1814. Ledgers. 15 vols. Manuscript ledgers. Detroit Public Library
Askin, John. 1787. Inventory book, Detroit, January 1, 1787. Manuscript volume, Detroit Public Library, Burton Historical
          Collection, "Askin Papers (John, 1739-1815) I6:1787."
Askin, John. 1794-1797. Journals. Detroit, 1780-1804. Manuscript ledgers, Detroit Public Library, Burton Historical Collection,
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Bader, R., and F. Pranschke. 1987. Evidence for the Lake Chippewa extreme low-water stage in Lake Michigan. J. Great Lakes
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Bailey, R. M., and G. R. Smith. 1981. Origin and geography of the fish fauna of the Laurentian Great Lakes basin. Can. J. Fish.
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Baker, Horace Burrington. 1909. Key to the genera of Gastropoda of Michigan. Mich. Acad. Sci. 11: 134-140.
Baker, Matthew E., and Burton V. Barnes. 1998. Landscape ecosystem diversity of river floodplains in northwestern Lower
          Michigan. Can. J. For. Res. 28: 1405-1418.
Baker, Matthew Elliott. 1995. The diversity of landscape ecosystems in river valleys of the Huron-Manistee National Forests,
          Northern Lower Michigan. M.S. Thesis, U. Mich., Ann Arbor, Mich. 101 pp.
Bald, F. C. 1961. Michigan in four centuries. Harper and Bros. Publ., New York, New York. 528 pp.
Ball, Robert C. 1948. Fertilization of natural lakes in Michigan. Trans Amer. Fish. Soc. 78: 145-155.
Ball, Robert Cragin. 1945. Recovery of marked fish following a second poisoning of the population in Ford Lake, Michigan.
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Barkhausen, Henry N. 1991. The riddle of the Naubinway sands: a report on the Millecoquins River wreck. The Assoc. for
          Great Lakes Maritime History, Manitowoc, Wisc.
Barkhausen, Henry N. 1995. Second expedition to Naubinway gathers new evidence and clues. Assoc. for Great Lakes Maritime
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Barnes, Burton V. 1983. Ecosystem classification -- Number 1 priority. In: Proc. Artificial regeneration of conifers in the Upper
          Great Lakes region, Mich. Tech. U., Houghton, Mich., pp. 8-30.
Barondess, David A. 1994. An analysis of the human skeletal remains from the Fayette Cliffs Site, Delta County, Michigan.
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Barrett, L. R. 2001. A strand plain soil development sequence in Northern Michigan USA. Catena 44: 163-186.
Barrett, L. R., and R. J. Schaetzl. 1992. An examination of podzolization near Lake Michigan using chronofunctions. Can. J. Soil
          Sci. 72: 527-541.
Bartels, Chester L., and John W. Andresen. 1964. Tracheid lengths of Michigan jack pine determined by the Ladell method of
          measurement. Mich. Bot. 3: 20-25.
Bartlein, P. J., T. III Webb, and E. Fleri. 1984. Holocene climatic change in the northern Midwest: pollen derived estimates.
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Barton, David R., and Marta Griffiths. 1984. Benthic invertebrates of the nearshore zone of eastern Lake Huron, Georgian Bay,
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Baxter, Dow Vawter, and F. C. Strong. Chestnut blight in Michigan. Mich. State Col. Bull. 135: 1-18.
Beal, W. J. 1888. Observations on the succession of forests in northern Michigan. Mich. Board Agri. Ann. Rept. 27: 74-78
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Beard, Elizabeth B. 1953. The importance of beaver in waterfowl management at the Seney National Wildlife Refuge. J. Wildlife
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Beckman, William C. 1942. Annulus formation on the scales of certain Michigan game fishes. Pap. Mich. Acad. Sci., Arts, &
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Beckman, William C. 1942. Length-weight relationship, age, sex ratio and food habits of the smelt from Crystal Lake, Benzie
          County, Michigan. Copeia 2: 120-124.
Benchley, Elizabeth D. 1997. Nineteenth century logging along the Indian River in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan. Mich.
          Archaeologist 43: 153-174
Benchley, Elizabeth D., Frederick A. Copes, Michael f. Kolb, Norman P. Lasca, Paula J. Porubcan, Mary Jo Schabel, and Linda
          G. Whitman. 1993. Investigations of the influence of late 19th-early 20th century logging on fluvial geomorphology and
          fisheries habitat on the Indian River, Hiawatha National Forest, Michigan. Report of Investigations No. 113. Arch. Res.
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Benchley, Elizabeth D., Derrick J. Marcucci, Cheong-Yip Yuen, and Kristin L. Griffin. 1988. Final report of archaeological
          investigations and data recovery at the Trout Point 1 Site, Alger County, Michigan. Report on Investigations No. 89,
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Benninghoff, William S., and Judith M. Franklin. May 1968. Palynological study of post-glacial bottom sediments from
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Benninghoff, William Shiffer. 1964. The Prairie Peninsula as a filter to post-glacial plant migration. Proc. Indiana Acad. Sci. 72:
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Benninghoff, Wm. S., Sylvia M. Taylor, and Robert M. Dole. 1968. Pollen analyses of post-glacial sediments from Lake
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Benson, Norman Gustaf. 1954. Seasonal fluctuations in the feeding of brook trout in the Pigeon River, Michigan. Trans. Amer.
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Benzie, John W. 1963. Cutting methods in mixed conifer swamps, Upper Michigan. Lake States Forest Exp. Sta., U. S. Forest
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Bergen, Kathleen M. 1997. Classification, biomass estimation, and carbon dynamics of a northern forest using SIR-C/X-SAR
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Bergquist, S. G. 1936. The Pleistocene history of the Tahquamenon and Manistique drainage region of the northern peninsula of
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Bergquist, S. G. 1942. The distribution of drumlins in Michigan. Pap. Mich. Acad. Sci., Arts & Letters 27: 451-464.
Bergquist, S. G. 1943. New drumlin areas in Cheboygan and Presque Isle counties, Michigan. Pap. Mich. Acad. Sci., Arts &
          Letters 28: 481-485.
Bernabo, J. C. 1981. Quantitative estimates of temperature changes over the last 2700 years in Michigan based on pollen data.
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Bernabo, J. Christopher, and Thompson Webb III. 1977. Changing patterns in the Holocene pollen record of northeastern North
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Berti, A. A. 1975. Paleobotany of Wisconsinan interstadials, eastern Great Lakes region, North America. Quat. Res. 5: 591-619.
Bevis, Frederick B. 1965. Cladonia of the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan, with a checklist of Northern Michigan lichens.
          Mich. Tech. U., Ford Forestry Center, Bull. 11.
Bevis, Frederick B., and Richard J. Krueger. 1964. Phytosociology of lichen vegetation on a sandy, glacial outwash plain in
          northern Michigan. Mich. Tech. U. Ford Forestry Center, Bull. 10
Billington, Cecil. 1949. Shrubs of Michigan . 2nd ed. Cranbrook Inst. Sci. (Bull. 20), Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 339 pp.
Billington, Cecil. 1952. Ferns of Michigan. Cranbrook Inst. Sci. (Bull. 32), Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 240 pp.
Binford, Lewis R. 1961. The Haltiner Copper Cache. Mich. Archaeologist 7:7-10
Binford, Lewis R. 1978. A discussion of the contrasts in the developments of the settlement at Fort Michilimackinac under British
          and French Rule. In: Schuyler, Robert L. (ed.), Historical archaeology: a guide to substantive & theoretical contributions,
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Binford, Lewis R., and George I. Quimby. 1963. Indian sites and chipped stone materials in the northern Lake Michigan area.
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Black, R. F. 1970. Glacial geology of Two Creeks forest bed, Valderan type locality, and northern Kettle Moraine State Forest.
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Blackbird, Andrew J. 1887. History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan: A grammar of their language, and personal
          and family history of the author. Ypsilantian Job Printing House, Ypsilanti, Mich. 128 pp.
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Blair, William Franklin. 1942. Size of home range and notes on the life history of the woodland deer-mouse and eastern
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Blake, Leonard W. 1981. Floral remains from the 1978-1979 excavations along the Rue de la Babillarde. In: Heldman, Donald P.
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Blewett, W. 1990. Glacial geology of the Port Huron complex in northwestern southern Michigan. Ph.D. Diss., Mich. St. U., East
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Blewett, W., and R. Rieck. 1987. Reinterpretation of a portion of the Munising moraine in northern Michigan. Geol. Soc. Am.
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Blewett, W. L. 1991. Characteristics, correlations, and refinement of Leverett and Taylor's Port Huron Moraine in Michigan. East
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Blewett, W. L., H. A. Winters, and R. L. Rieck. 1993. New age control on the Port Huron Moraine in northern Michigan. Physical
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Blust, F., and B. G. DeCook. 1960. Comparison of precipitation on islands of Lake Michigan with precipitation on the perimeter
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Bonior, David E. Walking to Mackinac. U. Mich. Press, Ann Arbor, Mich.
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Branstner, Christine N. 1992. National register of historic places archaeological testing of 20CH6: a multicomponent site on
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Branstner, Christine N. 1995. Archaeological investigations at the Cloudman Site (20CH6): a multicomponent Native American
          occupation on Drummond Island, Michigan, 1992 and 1994 excavations. Report on file at the Consortium for
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Branstner, Mark C. 1989. Pendill's Creek National Fish Hatchery: a cultural resources inventory survey. Great Lakes Research,
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Branstner, Susan M. 1984. 1983 Archaeological Excavations at the Marquette Mission Site. Report submitted to the Downtown
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Branstner, Susan M. 1985. 1984 Archaeological Excavations at the Indian Village Associated with the Marquette Mission Site,
          St. Ignace, Michigan. Report submitted to the Downtown Development Authority, St. Ignace, Mich.. Also on file in the
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Branstner, Susan M. 1986. 1985 Archaeological Excavations at the Indian Village Associated with the Marquette Mission Site
          20MK82, St. Ignace, Michigan. Report submitted to the Downtown Development Authority, St. Ignace, Mich.. Also on
          file in the Office of the State Archaeologist, Mich. Historical Center, Mich. Department of State, Lansing
Branstner, Susan M. 1987. 1986 Archaeological Excavations at the Indian Village Associated with the Marquette Mission Site
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Branstner, Susan M. 1990. Preliminary Analysis from the 1990 Lime Island Lime Kiln Site Excavations (20CH170), Chippewa
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Branstner, Susan M., and Sean Dunham. 1992. Archaeological Investigations at 20CH170 Lime Kilns Site, Chippewa County,
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Branstner, Susan M. ed. 1989. The Upper Bluff Creek Site, a Mulit-component Late Woodland Camp in Alcona County,
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