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 Yearsort descending Description Documents
e6924 2011

Buchmann, C. M., Schurr, F. M., Nathan, R. and Jeltsch, F. 2011. Movement upscaled – the importance of individual foraging movement for community response to habitat loss. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e6924.pdf
E6928 2011

Schlaepfer, D. R., Lauenroth, W. K. and Bradford, J. B. 2011. Effects of ecohydrological variables on current and future ranges, local suitability patterns, and model accuracy in big sagebrush. – Ecography 000: 000–000.

e6928.pdf
E6930 2011

Rodríguez-Pérez, J., Wiegand, T. and Santamaria,L. 2011. Frugivore behavior determines plant distribution: a spatially-explicit analysis of a plant-disperserinteraction. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e6930.pdf
E6936 2011

Frey, S. J. K., Strong, A. M. and McFarland, K. P. 2011. The relative contribution of local habitat and landscape context to metapopulation processes: a dynamic occupancy modeling approach. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e6936.pdf
E6938 2011

Garnas, J. R., Houston, D. R., Ayres, M. P. and Evans, C. 2011. Disease ontogeny overshadows effects of climate and species interactions on population dynamics in a nonnative forest disease complex. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e6938.pdf
E6940 2011

Stange, E., Ayres, M. P. and Bess, J. A. 2011. Concordant population dynamics of Lepidoptera herbivores in a forest ecosystem. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e6940.pdf
E6943 2011

Essl, F., Mang, T., Dullinger, S., Moser, D. and Hulme, P. E. 2011. Macroecological drivers of alien conifer naturalizations worldwide. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e6943.pdf
e6943_appendix2.csv
E6948 2011

Tucker, C. M., Rebelo, A. G. and Manne, L. L. 2011. Contribution of disturbance to distribution and abundance in a fire-adapted system. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e6948.pdf
E6956 2011

Jones, O. R., Purvis, A. and Quicke, D. L. J. 2011. Latitudinal gradients in taxonomic overdescription rate affect macroecological inferences using species list data. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e6956.pdf
E6980 2011

Vargas, P., Heleno, R., Traveset, A. and Nogales, M. 2011. Colonisation of the Galápagos Islands by plants with no specific syndromes for long-distance dispersal: a new perspective. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e6980.pdf
E6994 2011

Kalkvik, H. M., Stout, I. J., Doonan, T. J. and Parkinson, C. L. 2011. Investigating niche and lineage diversification in widely distributed taxa: phylogeography and ecological niche modeling of the Peromyscus maniculatus species group. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e6994.pdf
E6999 2011

Heikkinen, R.K, Marmion, M. and Luoto, M. 2011. Does the interpolation accuracy of species distribution models come at the expense of transferability? – Ecography 000: 000–000.

e6999.pdf
E7002 2011

Greenberg, R., Danner, R., Olsen, B. and Luther, D. 2011. High summer temperature explains bill size variation in salt marsh sparrows. – Ecography 34: xxx– xxx.

e7002.pdf
E7005 2011

Ekroos, J. and Kuusaari, M. 2011. Landscape context affects the relationship between local and landscape species richness of butterflies in semi-natural habitats. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e7005.pdf
E7040 2011

Dallimer, M., Skinner, A. M. J., Davies, Z. J., Armsworth, P. R. and Gaston, K. J. 2011. Multiple habitat associations: the role of offsite habitat in determining onsite avian density and species richness. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e7040.pdf
E7047 2011

Pellissier, L., Pradervand, J.-N., Pottier, J., Dubuis, A., Maiorano, L. and Guisan, A. 2011. Butterfly assemblages predictions using empirical modelling
are more accurate at high altitudes and in plant-richgrasslands. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e7047.pdf
E7050 2011

Vasconcelos, T. D. S., Rodríguez, M. Á. and Hawkins, B. A. 2011. Species distribution modelling as a macroecological tool: a case study using New World amphibians. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e7050.pdf
e7050_appendix1.csv
e7050_appendix2.csv
E7058 2011

Rayburn, A. P. and Wiegand, T. 2011. Individual species–area relationships and spatial patterns of species diversity in a Great Basin, semi-arid shrubland.
– Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e7058.pdf
E7068 2011

Douma, J. C., Aerts, R., Witte, J. P. M., Bekker, R. M., Kuntzmann, D., Metselaar, K. and van Bodegom, P. M. 2011. A combination of functionally different plant traits provides a means to quantitatively predict a broad range of species assemblages in NW Europe. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e7068.pdf
E7071 2011

Sullivan, S. M. P. and Vierling, K. T. 2011. Exploring the influences of multiscale environmental factors on the American dipper Cinclus mexicanus. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e7071.pdf

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