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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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Emerging Research Questions for Limnology – The Study of Inland Waters”. p. 48, 2003.
J. P. Wright, A. S. Flecker, and C. G. Jones, “Local versus landscape controls on plant species richness in beaver meadows”, Ecology, vol. 84, p. 3162-3173, 2003.
J. P. Wright and C. G. Jones, “The concept of organisms as ecosystem engineers ten years on: Progress, limitations, and challenges”, BioScience, vol. 56, p. 203-209, 2006.
E. F. Wright, C. D. Canham, and K. D. Coates, “Effects of suppression and release on sapling growth for eleven tree species of northern, interior British Columbia”, Can. J. For. Res., vol. 30, p. 1571-1580, 2000.
E. F. Wright, K. D. Coates, C. D. Canham, and P. Bartemucci, “Species variability in growth response to light across climatic regions in northwestern British Columbia”, Can. J. For. Res., vol. 28, p. 871-886, 1998.
J. P. Wright and C. G. Jones, “Predicting effects of ecosystem engineers on patch-scale species richness from primary productivity”, Ecology, vol. 85, p. 2071-2081, 2004.
J. P. Wright, C. G. Jones, B. Boeken, and M. Shachak, “Predictability of ecosystem engineering effects on species richness across environmental variability and spatial scales”, J. Ecol., vol. 94, p. 815-824, 2006.
J. P. Wright, C. G. Jones, and A. S. Flecker, “An ecosystem engineer, the beaver, increases species richness at the landscape scale”, Oecologia, vol. 132, p. 96-101, 2002.
J. P. Wright, W. S. C. Gurney, and C. G. Jones, “Patch dynamics in a landscape modified by ecosystem engineers”, Oikos, vol. 105, p. 336-348, 2004.
J. P. Wright, “The effects of an ecosystem engineer, the beaver, on patterns of species richness at multiple spatial scales”, 2002.
A. S. Wozniak, J. E. Bauer, R. L. Sleighter, R. M. Dickhut, and P. G. Hatcher, “Technical Note: Molecular characterization of aerosol-derived water soluble organic carbon using ultrahigh resolution electrospray ionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, vol. 8, no. 17, p. 5099 - 5111, 2008.
D. M. Wood and R. del Moral, “Mechanisms of early primary succession in subalpine habitats on Mount St. Helens”, Ecology, vol. 68, p. 780-790, 1987.
T. C. Winter, D. C. Buso, D. O. Rosenberry, G. E. Likens, J. Sturrock, A.M., and D. P. Mau, “Evaporation determined by the energy budget method for Mirror Lake, New Hampshire”, Limnol. Oceanogr., vol. 48, p. 995-1009, 2003.
T. C. Winter and G. E. Likens, “Summary and conclusions.”, in T. C. Winter and G. E. Likens (eds.). Mirror Lake: Interactions Among Air, Land and Water, 2009, p. 329-333.
T. C. Winter, J. S. Eaton, and G. E. Likens, “Evaluation of inflow to Mirror Lake, New Hampshire”, Water Resour. Bull., vol. 25, p. 991-1008, 1989.
Mirror Lake: Interactions Among Air, Land and Water. 2009.
R. J. Winchcombe and R. S. Ostfeld, “Bowhunter observations versus spotlighting as an index to deer abundance”, Northeast. Wildl., vol. 56, p. 39-48, 2001.
R. J. Winchcombe, “Deer management at the Institute of Ecosystem Studies Mary Flagler Cary Arboretum”, vol. 2. p. 1-2, 1991.
R. J. Winchcombe, “Controlled access hunting for deer population management: a case study”, Northeast. Wildl., vol. 50, p. 1-9, 1993.
R. J. Winchcombe and R. S. Ostfeld, “Indexing deer numbers with spotlighting: a long-term study of a managed deer population”, Northeast. Wildl., vol. 56, p. 31-38, 2001.
R. J. Winchcombe, “Hunting for balance”, Wildlife Professional, vol. 4, p. 48-50, 2010.
R. J. Winchcombe, “Minimizing deer damage to forest vegetation through aggressive deer population management”, Proc. East. Wildl. Damage Control Conf, vol. 5, p. 182-186, 1992.
D. J. Wilson, E. F. Wright, C. D. Canham, and W. A. Ruscoe, “Neighbourhood analyses of tree seed predation by introduced rodents in a New Zealand temperate rainforest”, Ecography, vol. 30, p. 105-119, 2007.
A. M. Wilson, “Fire and Climate: the Implications of Global Change in the Cape Floristic Region of South Africa”, 2012.
S. Wilson, S. L. LaDeau, A. Tottrup, and P. P. Marra, “Range-wide effects of breeding and non-breeding season climate on the abundance of a Neotropical migrant songbird”, Ecology, vol. 92, p. 1789-1798, 2011.

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