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The Institute communicates its scientific and educational information in a number of ways. One major outlet is peer-reviewed publications and reports.  Cary Institute staff regularly publish in the best-rated journals in their respective fields.

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J. J. Cole and M. L. Pace, “Hydrologic variability of small, northern Michigan lakes measured by the addition of tracers”, Ecosystems, vol. 1, p. 310-320, 1998.
J. J. Cole, “Communication between terrestrial and marine ecologists: Loud, sometimes abrasive, but healthy and occasionally useful”, Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser., vol. 304, p. 272-274, 2005.
C. V. Cogbill, G. E. Likens, and T. Butler, “Uncertainties in historical aspects of acid precipitation: getting it straight”, Atmospheric Environment, vol. 18, p. 2261-2270, 1984.
K. D. Coates, C. D. Canham, and P. T. Lepage, “Above versus belowground competitive effects and responses of a guild of temperate tree species”, J. Ecol., vol. 97, p. 118-130, 2009.
K. D. Coates, C. D. Canham, M. Beaudet, D. L. Sachs, and C. Messier, “Use of a spatially-explicit individual-tree model (SORTIE/BC) to explore the implications of patchiness in structurally complex forests”, For. Ecol. Manage, vol. 186, p. 297-310, 2003.
T. J. Clough, K. Addy, D. Q. Kellogg, B. L. Nowicki, A. J. Gold, and P. M. Groffman, “Dynamics of nitrous oxide in groundwater at the aquatic-terrestrial interface”, Global Change Biol., vol. 13, p. 1528-1537, 2007.
S. M. Clinton, R. T. Edwards, and S. E. G. Findlay, “Exoenzyme activities as indicators of dissolved organic matter composition in the hyporheic zone of a floodplain river”, Freshwater Biol., vol. 55, p. 1603-1615, 2010.
T. J. Cline, et al., “Early warnings of regime shifts: evaluation of spatial indicators from a whole-ecosystem experiment”, Ecosphere, vol. 5, no. 8, p. art102, 2014.
M. Cledon, A. C. Peralta-Brichtova, J. L. Gutiérrez, and P. E. Penchaszadeh, “Reproductive cycle of the stout razor clam, Tagelus plebeius (Lightfoot, 1786), in the Mar Chiquita Coastal Lagoon, Argentina”, J. Shellfish Res., vol. 23, p. 443-446, 2004.
N. L. Cleavitt, T. J. Fahey, P. M. Groffman, J. P. Hardy, K. S. Henry, and C. T. Driscoll, “Effects of soil freezing on fine roots in a northern hardwood forest”, Can. J. For. Res., vol. 38, p. 82-91, 2008.
N. L. Cleavitt, H. A. Ewing, K. C. Weathers, and A. Lindsey, “Acidic atmospheric deposition interacts with tree type and impacts the cryptogamic epiphytes in Acadia National Park, Main, USA”, Bryologist, vol. 114, p. 570-582, 2011.
C. A. Clay, E. M. Lehmer, M. A. Previtali, M. D. Dearing, and S. St. Jeor, “Contact heterogeneity in deer mice: implications for Sin Nombre virus transmission”, P. Roy. Soc. B.-Biol. Sci., 2009.
J. S. Clark, et al., “High dimensional coexistence based on individual variation: a synthesis of evidence”, Ecol. Monog., vol. 80, p. 569-608, 2010.
J. S. Clark and S. L. LaDeau, “Synthesizing ecological experiments and observational data with hierarchical Bayes”, in Hierarchical Modeling for the Environmental Sciences, J. S. Clark and A. E. Gelfand, Eds. 2006, p. 41-58.
J. S. Clark, D. M. Bell, M. H. Hersh, and L. Nichols, “Climate change vulnerability of forest biodiversity: climate and competition tracking of demographic rates”, Global Change Biol., vol. 17, p. 1834-1849, 2011.
J. S. Clark, et al., “Models for demography of plant populations”, in A. O'Hagan and M. West (eds). Handbook of Bayesian Analysis, 2010, p. 431-481.
J. S. Clark, et al., “Resolving the biodiversity paradox”, Ecology Letters, vol. 10, no. 8, p. 647 - 659, 2007.
J. S. Clark, S. L. LaDeau, and I. Ibáñez, “Fecundity of Trees and the Colonization-Competition Hypothesis”, Ecological Monographs, vol. 74, no. 3, p. 415 - 442, 2004.
J. S. Clark, et al., “Tree growth inference and prediction from diameter censuses and ring widths”, Ecological Applications, vol. 17, no. 7, p. 1942 - 1953, 2007.
J. S. Clark, et al., “Individual-scale variation, species-scale differences: Inference needed to understand diversity”, Ecol. Lett., vol. 14, p. 1273-1287, 2011.
L. Claessens, C. L. Tague, P. M. Groffman, and J. M. Melack, “Longitudinal and seasonal variation of stream N uptake in an urbanizing watershed: effect of organic matter, stream size, transient storage and debris dams”, Biogeochemistry, vol. 98, p. 45-62, 2010.
L. Claessens, C. L. Tague, L. E. Band, P. M. Groffman, and S. T. Kenworthy, “Hydro-ecological linkages in urbanizing watersheds: An empirical assessment of in-stream nitrate loss and evidence of saturation kinetics”, J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeo, vol. 114, p. Art.No.G04016, 2009.
L. Claessens, C. L. Tague, P. M. Groffman, and J. M. Melack, “Longitudinal assessment of the effect of concentration on stream N uptake rates in an urbanizing watershed”, Biogeochemistry, vol. 98, p. 63-74, 2010.
D. A. Christie and J. J. Armesto, “Regeneration microsites and tree species coexistence in temperate rain forests of Chiloé Island, Chile”, J. Ecol., vol. 91, p. 776-784, 2003.
D. Christie, “Tree-growth and climate variability in the South American Altiplano and the Temperate - Mediterranean transition of the Andes”, 2008.

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