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Article number Year Descriptionsort descending Documents
ECOG-03823 2018

Schuetz, J. G., Mills, K. E., Allyn, A. J., Stamieszkin, K., Le Bris, A. and Pershing, A. J. 2018. Complex patterns of temperature sensitivity, not ecological traits, dictate diverse species responses to climate change. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03823

E5763 2009

Schuldt, A. and Assmann, T. 2009. Environmental and historical effects on richness and endemism patterns of carabid beetles in the Western Palaearctic. – Ecography 32: 705–714.

ECOG-04799 2019

Schulz, T., Vanhatalo, J. and Saastamoinen, M. 2019. Long-term demographic surveys reveal a consistent relationship between average occupancy and abundance within local populations of a butterfly metapopulation. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.04799

E7681 2012

Schuster, R. and Arcese, P. 2012. Using bird species community occurrence to prioritize forests for old growth restoration. – Ecography 35: xxx-xxx.

ECOG-01570 2015

Schweiger, A. H. and Beierkuhnlein, C. 2015. Size dependency in colour patterns of Western Palearctic carabids. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01570

E6119 2010

Scrosati, R. A., van Genne, B., Heaven, C. S. and Watt, C. A. 2010. Species richness and diversity in different functional groups across environmental stress gradients: a model for marine rocky shores. – Ecography 33: xxx–xxx.

ECOG-00733 2014

Searcy, C. A. and Shaffer, H. B. 2014. Field validation supports novel niche modeling strategies in a cryptic endangered amphibian. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.00733

ECOg-01736 2015

Sebastián-González, E. and Green, A.J. 2016. Reduction of avian diversity in created versus natural and restored wetlands. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.01736

ECOG-05083 2020

Sebastián-González, E., Morales-Reyes, Z., Botella, F., Naves-Alegre, L., Pérez-García, J. M., Mateo-Tomás, P., Olea, P. P., Moleón, M., Barbosa, J. M., Hiraldo, F., Arrondo, E., Donázar, J. A., Cortés-Avizanda, A., Selva, N., Lambertucci, S. A., Bhattacharjee, A., Brewer, A. L., Abernethy, E. F., Turner, K. L., Beasley, J. C., DeVault, T. L., Gerke, H. C., Rhodes Jr, O. E., Ordiz, A., Wikenros, C., Zimmermann, B., Wabakken, P., Wilmers, C. C., Smith, M. L., Kendall, C. J., Ogada, D., Frehner, E., Allen, M. L., Wittmer, H. U., Butler, J. R. A., du Toit, J. T., Margalida, A., Oliva-Vidal, P., Wilson, D., Jerina, K., Krofel, M., Kostecke, R., Inger, R., Per, E., Ayhan, Y., Ulusoy, H., Vural, D., Inagaki, A., Koike, S., Samson, A., Perrig, P. L., Spencer, E., Newsome, T. M., Heurich, M., Anadón, J. D., Buechley, E. R. and Sánchez-Zapata, J. A. 2020. Network structure of vertebrate scavenger assemblages at the global scale: drivers and ecosystem functioning implications. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.05083
ECOG-04995 2020

Seidl, R., Honkaniemi, J., Aakala, T., Aleinikov, A., Angelstam, P., Bouchard, M., Boulanger, Y., Burton, P. J., De Grandpré, L., Gauthier, S., Hansen, W. D., Jepsen, J. U., Jõgiste, K., Kneeshaw, D. D., Kuuluvainen, T., Lisisyna, O., Makoto, K., Mori, A. S., Pureswaran, D. S., Shorohova, E., Shubnitsina, E., Taylor, A. R., Vladimirova, N., Vodde, F. and Senf, C. 2020. Globally consistent climate sensitivity of natural disturbances across boreal and temperate forest ecosystems. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.04995
ECOG-03234 2017

Senner, N. R., Stager, M. and Cheviron, Z. A. 2017. Spatial and temporal heterogeneity in climate change limits species’ dispersal capabilities and adaptive potential. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03234

ECOG-02074 2015

Serra-Diaz, J. M., Franklin, J., Sweet, L. C., McCullough, I. M., Syphard, A. D., Regan, H. M., Flint, L. E., Flint, A. L., Dingman, J. R., Moritz, M., Redmond, K., Hannah, L. and Davis, F. W. 2015. Averaged 30 year climate change projections mask opportunities for species establishment. Ecography doi: 10.1111/. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02074

ECOG-03321 2018

Severns, P. M. and Breed, G. A. 2018. Male harassment, female movements, and genetic diversity in a fragmented metapopulation. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03321

ECOG-04530 2019

Shabani, F., Ahmadi, M., Peters, K. J. Haberle, S., Champreux, A., Saltré, F. and Bradshaw, C. J. A. 2019. Climate-driven shifts in the distribution of koala browse species from the Last Interglacial to the near future. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.04530
ECOG-02383 2016

Shackelford, N., Starzomski, B. M., Banning, N. C., Battaglia, L., Becker, A., Bellingham, P. J., Bestelmeyer, B., Catford, J. A., Dwyer, J. M., Dynesius, M., Gilmour, J., Hallett, L. M., Hobbs, R. J., Price, J., Sasaki, T., Tanner, E. V. J. and Standish, R. J. 2016. Isolation predicts compositional change after discrete disturbances in a global meta-study. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02383

E4554 2006

Sharma, N. K., Rai, A. K. and Singh, S. 2006. Meterological factors affecting the diversity of airborne algae in an urban atmosphere. – Ecography 29: 766–772.

E5544 2009

Sharma, S., Jackson, D. A. and Minns, C. K. 2009. Quantifying the potential effects of climate change and the invasion of smallmouth bass on native lake trout populations across Canadian lakes. – Ecography 32: 517–525.

E6811 2010

Sharma, S., Legendre, P., De Cáceres, M. and Boisclair, D. 2010. The role of environmental and spatial processes in structuring native and non-native fish communities across thousands of lakes. – Ecography 33: xxx–xxx.

ECOG-00049 2012

Shen, Z., Fei, S., Liu, Y., Liu, Z., Feng, J., Tang, Z., Wang, X., Wu, X., Zheng, C., Zhu, B., Fang, J. 2012. Geographical patterns of community-based tree species richness in Chinese mountain forests: the effects of contemporary climate and regional history. – Ecography 000: 000–000.

ECOG-02380 2016

Sheppard-Brennand, H., Dworjanyn, S. A. and Poore, A. G. B. 2016. Global patterns in the effects of predator declines on sea urchins. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02380