Appendix

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Article number Year Description Documents
ECOG-00931 2014

Santos, M. J., Thorne, J. H. and Moritz, C. 2014. Synchronicity in elevation range shifts among small mammal and vegetation over the last century is stronger for omnivores. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00931

ecog-00931.pdf
ECOG-00905 2014

Essl, F., Dullinger, S., Moser, D., Steinbauer, K. and Mang, T. 2014. Macroecology of global bryophyte invasions at different invasion stages. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00905

ecog-00905_appendix_1.xlsx
ecog-00905_appendix_3.pdf
ecog-00905_appendix_4.xls
ecog-00905.pdf
ECOG-00812 2014

Ye, X., Wang, T., Skidmore, A. K., Fortin, D., Bastille- Rousseau, G. and Parrott, L. 2014. A wavelet-based approach to evaluate the roles of structural and functional landscape heterogeneity in animal space use at multiple scales. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.00812

ecog-00812.pdf
ECOG-01093 2014

Taylor, B. M., Lindfield; S. J. and Choat, J. H. 2014. Hierarchical and scale-dependent effects of fishing pressure and environment on the structure and size distribution of parrotfish communities. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01093

ecog-01093.pdf
ECO-00780 2014

Chardon, N. I., Cornwell, W. K., Flint, L. E. and Ackerly, D. D. 2014. Topographic, latitudinal and climatic distribution of Pinus coulteri: geographic range limits are not at the edge of the climate envelope. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00780

ecog-00780.pdf
ECOG-01074 2014

Kadoya, T. and Inoue, T. 2014. Spatio-temporal pattern of specific gravity of mangrove diaspore: implications for upstream dispersal. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01074

ecog-01074.pdf
ECOG-00753 2014

Conti, L., Comte, L., Hugueny, B. and Grenouillet, G. 2014. Drivers of freshwater fish colonisations and extirpations under climate change. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00753

ecog-00753.pdf
ECOG-01014 2014

Mateo, R. G., Broennimann, O., Petitpierre, B., van Rooy, J., Laenen, B., Guisan, A. and Vanderpoorten, A. 2014. What is the potential of spread in invasive bryophytes? – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01014

ecog-01014.pdf
appendix_1_table_a1.xlsx
ECOG-00860 2014

Buschke, F. T., De Meester, L., Brendonck, L. and Vanschoenwinkel, B. 2014. Partitioning the variation in African vertebrate distributions into environmental and spatial components – exploring the link between ecology and biogeography. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00860

ecog-00860.pdf
ECOG-00963 2014

Pouteau,R., Hulme, P. E. and Duncan, R. P. 2014. Widespread native and alien plant species occupy different habitats. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.00963

ecog-00963.pdf
ECOG-00632 2014

Strubbe, D., Beauchard, O. and Matthysen, E. 2014. Niche conservatism among non-native vertebrates in Europe and North America. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.00632

ecog-00632.pdf
ECOG-00722 2014

Li, Y. M., Dlugosch, K. M. and Enquist, B. J. 2014. Novel spatial analysis methods reveal scale-dependent spread and infer limiting factors of invasion by Sahara mustard. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00722

ecog-00722.pdf
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ECOG-00719 2014

Stigall, A. L. 2014. When and how do species achieve niche stability over long time scales? – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00719

ecog-00719.pdf
ECOG-01020 2014

Blasco-Costa, I., Rouco, C. and Poulin, R. 2014. Biogeography of parasitism in freshwater fish: spatial patterns in hot spots of infection. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01020

ecog-01020.pdf
ECOG-00928 2014

Menuz, D. R., Kettenring, K. M. Hawkins, C. P. and Cutler, D. R. 2014. Non-equilibrium in plant distribution models – only an issue for introduced or dispersal limited species? – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00928

ecog-00928.pdf
ECOG-00792 2014

Hermoso, V., Kennard, M. J. and Linke, S. 2014. Evaluating the costs and benefits of systematic dataacquisition for conservation assessments. – Ecographydoi: 10.1111/ecog.00792

ecog-00792.pdf
ECOG-00979 2014

Sam, K., Koane, B. and Novotny, V. 2014. Herbivore damage increases avian and ant predation of caterpillars on trees along a complete elevational forest gradient in Papua New Guinea. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.00979

ecog-00979.pdf
ECOG-00913 2014

Baker, N. J., Kaartinen, R., Roslin, T and Stouffer, D. B. 2014. Species’ roles in food webs show fidelity across a highly variable oak forest. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.00913

ecog-00913.pdf
ECOG-00975 2014

Andrello, M., Nilsson Jacobi, M., Manel, S., Thuiller, W. and Mouillot, D. 2014. Extending networks of protected areas to optimize connectivity and population growth rate. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00975

ecog-00975.pdf
ECOG-00952 2014

Qian, H., Wiens, J. J., Zhang, J. and Zhang, Y. 2014. Evolutionary and ecological causes of species richness patterns in North American angiosperm trees. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00952

ecog-00952.pdf

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