Appendix

Appendices are any supplementary material that may be associated with a particular article. Most often they are uploaded as pdf:s, but may also consist of excel files, scripts, videos etc. Appendices are searchable via manuscript number, doi or author name.

Supplementary material must follow the guidelines given here: 

 

Article number Year Descriptionsort descending Documents
E4105 2005

Shimazaki, A. and Miyashita, T. 2005. Variable dependence on detrital and grazing food webs by generalist predators: aearial insects and web spiders. – Ecography 28: 485–494.

e4105.pdf
ECOG-03573 2018

Shutt, J. D., Bolton, M., Cabello, I. B., Burgess, M. D. and Phillimore, A. B. 2018. The effects of woodland habitat and biogeography on blue tit Cyanistes caeruleus territory occupancy and productivity along a 220 km transect. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03573

ecog-03573.pdf
ECOG-04597 2019

Siebers, A. R., Paillex, A. and Robinson, C. T. 2019. Flow intermittency influences the trophic base, but not the overall diversity of alpine stream food webs. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.04597

ecog-04597.pdf
ECOG-05146 2020

Simmonds, E. G., Jarvis, S. G., Henrys, P. A., Isaac, N. J. B. and O’Hara, R. B. 2020. Is more data always better? A simulation study of benefits and limitations of integrated distribution models. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.05146

ecog-05146.pdf
ECOG-00867 2014

Šímová, I., Violle, C., Kraft, N. J. B., Storch, D., Svenning, J.-C., Boyle, B., Donoghue, J., J.rgensen, P., McGill, B. J., Morueta-Holme, N., Piel, W. H., Peet, R. K., Regetz, J., Schildhauer, M., Spencer, N., Thiers, B., Wiser, S. and Enquist, B. J.2014. Shifts in trait means and variances in North American tree assemblages: species richness patterns are loosely related to the functional space. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00867

 

ecog-00867.pdf
E6839 2011

Siriwardena, G. M., Cooke, I. R. and Sutherland, W. J. 2011. Landscape, cropping and field boundary influences on bird abundance. – Ecography 34: xxx– xxx.

e6839.pdf
ECOG-02181 2016

Šizling, A. L., Šizlingová, E., Tjørve, E., Tjørve, K. M. C. and Kunin, W. E. 2016. How to allow SAR collapse across local and continental scales: a resolution of the controversy between Storch et al. (2012) and Lazarina et al. (2013). – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02181

ecog-02181.zip
ECOG-01616 2015

Slatyer, R. A., Nash, M. A. and Hoffmann, A. A. 2015. Scale-dependent thermal tolerance variation in Australian mountain grasshoppers. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01616

ecog-01616.pdf
ECOG-05317 2020

Smith, A. B. and Santos, M. J. 2020. Testing the ability of species distribution models to infer variable importance. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.05317

ecog-05317.zip
ECOG-00107 2013

Smith, A. B., Santos, M. J., Koo, M. S., Rowe, K. M. C., Patton, J. L., Perrine, J. D., Beissinger, S. R. and Moritz, C. 2013. Evaluation of species distribution models by resampling of sites surveyed a century ago by Joseph Grinnell. – Ecography 36: xxx–xxx.

ecog-00107.pdf
ECOG-02821 2017

Smith, A. N. H., Anderson, M. J. and Pawley, M. D. M. 2017. Could ecologists be more random? Straightforward alternatives to haphazard spatial sampling. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02821

ecog-02821.zip
E6335 2010

Smith, B. T. and Klicka, J. 2010. The profound influence of the Late Pliocene Panamanian uplift on the exchange, diversification, and distribution of New World birds. – Ecography 33: 333–342.

e6365.pdf
e6335_supporting_information.xls
ECOG-01779 2015

Smith, F. A., Tomé, C. P., Elliott, E. A., Lyons, S. K., Newsome, S. D. and Stafford, T. W. 2015. Unraveling the consequences of the terminal Pleistocene megafauna extinction on mammal community assembly. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01779

ecog-01779.pdf
ECOG-00631 2014

Smith, M. A., Hallwachs, W. and Janzen, D. H. 2014. Diversity and phylogenetic community structure of ants along a Costa Rican elevational gradient. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2013.00631.x

ecog-00631.pdf
ECOG-04743 2019

Smith, M. M. and Goldberg, C. S. 2019. Occupancy in dynamic systems: accounting for multiple scales and false positives using environmental DNA to inform monitoring. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.04743

ecog-04743.pdf
E6105 2010

Smith, T. W. and Lundholm, J. T. 2010. Variation partitioning as a tool to distinguish between niche and neutral processes. – Ecography 33: 648-655.

e6105.pdf
neutral.vp_1.0-0.tar.gz
ECOG-00544 2014

Snäll, T., Forslund, P., Jeppsson, T., Lindhe, A. and O’Hara, R. B. 2013. Evaluating temporal variation in
Citizen Science Data against temporal variation in the environment. – Ecography 000: 000–000.

ecog-00544.pdf
E4627 2007

Soberón, J., Jiménez, R., Golubov, J. and Koleff, P. 2007. Assessing completeness of biodiversity databases at different spatial scales. – Ecography 30: 152–160.

e4627.pdf
ECOG-00903 2015

Sobral, F. L. and Cianciaruso, M. V. 2015. Functional and phylogenetic structure of forest and savanna bird assemblages across spatial scales. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00903

ecog-00903.pdf
ECOG-03828 2018

Soininen, J., Jamoneau, A., Rosebery, J., Leboucher, T., Wang, J., Kokociński, M. and Passy, S. I. 2018. Stream diatoms exhibit weak niche conservation along global environmental and climatic gradients. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03828

ecog-03828.pdf

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