Appendix

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Article number Year Description Documents
ECOG-01134 2015

Godsoe, W., Murray, R. and Plank, M. J. 2015. The effect of competition on species’ distributions depends on coexistence, rather than scale alone. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01134

ecog-01134.pdf
ecog-01133 2015

Larroque, J., Ruette, S., Vandel, J.-M. and Devillard, S. 2015. Where to sleep in a rural landscape? A comparative study of resting sites pattern in two syntopic Martes species. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01133

ecog-01133.pdf
ECOG-01538 2015

Maglianesi, M. A., Blüthgen, N., Böhning-Gaese, K. and Schleuning, M. 2015. Topographic microclimates drive microhabitat associations at the range margin of a butterfly. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01538

ecog-01538.pdf
ECO-01252 2015

Lentini, P. E. and Wintle, B. A. 2015. Spatial conservation priorities are highly sensitive to choice of biodiversity surrogates and species distribution model type. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01252

ecog-01252.pdf
ECOG-00965 2015

Yang, Q., Wei, S., Shang, L., Carillo, J., Gabler, C. A., Nijjer, S., Li, B. and Siemann, E. 2015. Mycorrhizal associations of an invasive tree are enhanced by both genetic and environmental mechanisms. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00965

ecog-00965.pdf
ECOG-01212 2015

McDonald, P. J., Luck, G. W., Dickman, C. R., Ward, S. J. and Crowther, M. S. 2015. Using multiplesource occurrence data to identify patterns and drivers of decline in arid-dwelling Australian marsupials. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01212

ecog-01212.pdf
ECOG-01358 2015

McCollin, D. J. 2015. The curious case of Skokholm: equilibrium, non-equilibrium and phase shifts in an island landbird assemblage. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.01358

ecog-01358.pdf
ECOG-01348 2015

Sagouis, S., Cucherousset, J., Villéger, S., Santoul, F. and Boulêtreau, S. 2015. Non-native species modify the isotopic structure of freshwater fish communities across the globe. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01348

ecog-01348.pdf
ECOG-01244 2015

Luo, Y. and Li, S. 2015. Global invasion history of the Mediterranean recluse spider: a concordance with human expansion. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.01244

ecog-01244.pdf
ECOG-01300 2015

Purwandana, D., Ariefiandy, A., Imansyah, M. J., Ciofi, C., Forsyth, D. M., Gormley, A. M., Rudiharto, H., Seno, A., Fordham, D. A., Gillespie, G. and Jessop, T. S. 2015. Evaluating environmental, demographic and genetic effects on population-level survival in an island endemic. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01300

ecog-01300.pdf
ECOG-01176 2015

Péron, G. and Altwegg, R. 2015. Low bird diversity in the Fynbos plant diversity hotspot: Quaternary legacies in the current distributions of passerine birds. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01176

ecog-01176.pdf
ECOG-01305 2015

Bastille-Rousseau, G., Potts, J. R., Schaefer, J. A., Lewis, M. A., Ellington, E. H., Rayl, N. D., Mahoney, S. P. and Murray, D. L. 2015. Unveiling trade-offs in resource selection of migratory caribou using a mechanistic movement model of availability. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01305

ecog-01305.pdf
ECOG-01148 2015

Burbrink, F. T. and Myers, E. A. 2015. Both traits and phylogenetic history influence community structure in snakes over steep environmental gradients. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01148

ecog-01148.zip
ECOG-01353 2015

Williams, G. J., Gove, J. M., Eynaud, Y., Zgliczynski, B. J. and Sandin, S. A. 2015. Local human impacts decouple natural biophysical relationships on Pacific coral reefs. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01353

ecog-01353.zip
ECOG-00825 2014

Hodgson, J. A., Bennie, J. J., Dale, G., Longley, N.,Wilson, R. J. and Thomas, C. D. 2015. Predicting microscale shifts in the distribution of the butterfly Plebejus argus at the northern edge of its range. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00825

ecog-00825.pdf
ECOG-01401 2014

Kozlov, M. V., Stańska, M., Hajdamowicz, I., Zverev, V. and Zvereva, E. L. 2015. Factors shaping latitudinal patterns in communities of arboreal spiders in northern Europe. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01401

ecog-01401.pdf
ECO-01236 2014

Ronk, A., Szava-Kovats, R. and Pärtel, M. 2015. Applying the dark diversity concept to plants at the European scale. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01236

ecog-01236.pdf
ECOG-01370 2014

Blaimer, B. B., Brady, S. G., Schultz, T. R. and Fisher, B. L. 2015. Functional and phylogenetic approaches reveal the evolution of diversity in a hyper diverse biota. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01370

ecog-01370.pdf
ECOG-00709 2014

Albert, A., Mårell, A., Picard, M. and Baltzinger, C. 2015. Using basic plant traits to predict ungulate seed dispersal potential. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00709

ecog-00709.zip
ECOG-01769 2014

El-Sabaawi, R. W., Bassar, R. D., Rakowski, C., Marshall, M. C., Bryan, B. L., Thomas, S. N., Pringle, C., Reznick, D. N. and Flecker, A. S. 2015. Intraspecific phenotypic differences in fish affect ecosystem processes as much as bottom–up factors. – Oikos doi: 10.1111/oik.01769

ecog-01769.pdf

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