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Beyers RJ (1963) Metabolism of twelve aquatic laboratory microecosystems. Ecological Monographs 33: 281.

Beyers RJ and Odum HT (1993) Ecological Microcosms. New York: Springer.

Burrows LA and Edwards CA (2002) The use of integrated soil microcosms to predict effects of pesticides on soil ecosystems. European Journal of Soil Biology 38: 245-249.

Cooke GD (1967) The pattern of autotrophic succession in laboratory microcosms. BioScience 17: 717-721.

Daehler CC and Strong DR (1996) Can you bottle nature? The roles of microcosms in ecological research. Ecology 77: 663-664.

Eller G, Kruger M, and Frenzel P (2005) Comparing field and microcosm experiments: A case study on methano- and methylo-trophic bacteria in paddy soil. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 51: 279-291.

Flemer DA, Ruth BF, Bundrick CM, and Moore JC (1997) Laboratory effects of microcosm size and the pesticide chlorpyrifos on benthic macroinvertebrate colonization of soft estuarine sediments. Marine Environmental Research 43: 243-263.

Gause FG (1934) The Struggle for Existence. Baltimore: Williamsand Wilkins.

Kangas PC (2004) Ecological Engineering: Principles and Practice. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis.

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Margalef R (1967) Laboratory analogues of estuarine plankton systems. In: Lauff G (ed.) Estuaries, pp. 515-521. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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