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1930
The highland lake district of Northeastern Wisconsin and the Trout Lake Limnological Laboratory, Juday, C., and Birge Edward A. , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Volume 25, p.337-352, (1930)
The plants of some northeastern Wisconsin lakes, Fassett, N. C. , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters , Volume 25, p.155-68, (1930)
A second report on solar radiation and inland lakes, Birge, Edward A., and Juday Chancey , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters , Volume 25, p.285-335, (1930)
1931
Copepods parasitic on fish of the Trout Lake region, with descriptions of two new species, Bere, Ruby , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Volume 26, p.427-36, (1931)
Leeches from the lakes of northeastern Wisconsin, Bere, Ruby , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, Volume 26, p.437-40, (1931)
Note on the determination of total phosphorus in lake water residues, TITUS, Leslie, and MELOCHE Villiers W. , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Volume XXVI, (1931)
A second report on the phosphorus content of Wisconsin lake waters, Juday, Chancey, and Birge Edward A. , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Volume 26, p.353-382, (1931)
A third report on solar radiation and inland lakes, Birge, Edward A., and Juday Chancey , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Volume 26, p.383-425, (1931)
The future of man in the light of his past: the view-point of a geneticist, East, E. M. , Scientific Monthly, April, 1931, Volume 32, Number 4, p.301-308, (1931)
The future of man in the light of his past: the view-point of a sociologist, Ogburn, William F. , Scientific Monthly, April, 1931, Volume 32, Number 4, p.294-300, (1931)
The genetic view-point, Blakeslee, Albert F. , Science, May 29, 1931, Volume 73, Number 1900, p.571-577, (1931)
1932
Dissolved oxygen consumed in the lake waters of northeastern Wisconsin, Juday, Chancey, and Birge E. A. , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Volume 27, p.415-486, (1932)
Fishery research: its contribution to ecology, RUSSELL, E. S. , Journal of Ecology, Volume 20, Number 1, p.128-151, (1932)
Limnological studies of Karluk Lake, Alaska 1926-1930, Juday, Chancey, Rich Willis H., Kemmerer G. I., and Mann Albert , Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries, U. S. Department of Commerce,, Volume 48, Number 12, p.407-436, (1932)
Physiology of embryonic sex differentiation, Witschi, Emil , American Naturalist, Volume LXVI, p.108-117, (1932)
Races, associations and stratification of pelagic daphnids in some lakes of Wisconsin and other regions of the United States and Canada, Woltereck, Richard , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Volume 27, p.487-522, (1932)
Regional limnology, Juday, Chancey , Ecology, Volume 13, Number 4, (1932)
A report on the mollusca of the northeastern Wisconsin lake district, Morrison, J. P. E. , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Volume 27, (1932)
Solar radiation and inland lakes. Fourth report. Observations of 1931, Birge, Edward A., and Juday Chancey , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Volume 27, p.523-62, (1932)
Some genetic aspects of sex, MULLER, H. J. , American Naturalist, Volume 66, Number 703, p.118-138, (1932)
Studies on the life history of Acella Jaldemani (Desch. "Binney.), Morrison, J. P. E. , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters , Volume 27, (1932)
1933
The determination of calcium in lake water and lake water residues, Meloche, V. W., and SETTERQUIST T. , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Volume 28, (1933)
The transparency, the color and the specific conductance of the lake waters of northeastern Wisconsin, Juday, Chancey, and Birge E. A. , Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Volume 28, p.205-259, (1933)