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Article numbersort descending Year Description Documents
E5882 2010

Blackburn, T. M., Gaston, K. J. and Parnell, M. 2010. Changes in non-randomness in the expanding introduced avifauna of the world. – Ecography 33: 168–174.

E5891 2010

Braunisch, V. and Suchant, R. 2010. Predicting species distributions based on incomplete survey data: the trade-off between precision and scale. – Ecography 33: 826-840.

E5892 2010

Küster, E. C., Bierman, S. M., Klotz, S. and Kühn, I. 2010. Modelling the impact of climate and land use change on the geographical distribution of leaf anatomy in a temperate flora. – Ecography 33: xxx–xxx.

E5894 2010

Corenblit, D., Steiger, J. and Tabacchi, E. 2010. Biogeomorphic succession dynamics in a Mediterranean river system. – Ecography 33: 1136-1148.

E5899 2010

Cayuela, L., de la Cruz, M. and Ruokolainen, K. 2010. A method to incorporate the effect of taxonomic uncertainty on multivariate analyses of ecological data. – Ecography 33: xxx–xxx.

E5901 2010

Edrén, S. M. C., Wisz, M. S., Teilmann, J., Dietz, R. and Söderkvist, J. 2010. Modelling spatial patterns in harbour porpoise satellite telemetry data using maximum entropy. – Ecography 33: 698-708.

E5908 2010

Edrén, S. M. C., Wisz, M. S., Teilmann, J., Dietz, R. and Söderkvist, J. 2010. Modelling spatial patterns in harbour porpoise satellite telemetry data using maximum entropy. – Ecography 33: 698-708.

E5938 2010

Rundlöf, M., Edlund, M. and Smith, H. G. 2010. Organic farming at local and landscape scales benefits plant diversity. – Ecography 33: 514–522.

E5957 2009

Willner, W., Di Pietro, R. and Bergmeier, E. 2009. Phytogeographical evidence for post-glacial dispersal limitation of European beech forest species. – Ecography 32: 1011–1018.

E5958 2010

Higgins, C. L. 2010. Patterns of functional and taxonomic organization of stream fishes: inferences based on a, β, and γ diversities. – Ecography 33: 678-687.

E5975 2010

Willis, C. G., Halina, M., Lehman, C., Reich, P. B., Keen, A., McCarthy, S. and Cavender-Bares, J. 2010. Phylogenetic community structure in Minnesota oak savanna is influenced by spatial extent and environmental variation. – Ecography 33: 565–577.

E5991 2010

Tello, J. S. and Stevens, R. D. 2010. Multiple environmental determinants of regional species richness and effects of geographic range size. – Ecography 33: 796-808.

E5994 2010

Padgett-Flohr, G. E. and Hopkins, II, R. L. 2010. Landscape epidemiology of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in central California. – Ecography 33: 688-697.

E5997 2010

Hui, C., Veldtman, R. and McGeoch, M. A. 2010. Measures, perceptions and scaling patterns of aggregated species distribution. – Ecography 33: xxx–xxx.

E6012 2010

Kool, J., Paris-Limouzy, C. B., Andréfouët, S. and Cowen, R. K. 2010. Complex migration and the development of genetic structure in subdivided populations: an example from Caribbean coral reef ecosystems. – Ecography 33: 597–606.

E6016 2010

Bunn, W. A., Jenkins, M. A., Brown, C. B. and Sanders, N. J. 2010. Change within and among forest communities: the influence of historic disturbance, environmental gradients, and community attributes. – Ecography 33: 425–434.

E6018 2010

Gilbert, M. and Liebhold, A. 2010. Comparing methods for measuring the rate of spread of invading populations. – Ecography 33: 809-817.

E6021 2010

González-Varo, J. P. 2010. Fragmentation, habitat composition and the dispersal/predation balance in interactions between the Mediterranean myrtle and avian frugivores. – Ecography 33: 185–197.

E6035 2010

Procheş, Ş., Warren, M., McGeoch, M. A. and Marshall, D. J. 2010. Spatial scaling and transition in pneumatophore arthropod communities. – Ecography 33: 128–136.

E6037 2010

Hartley, S., Krushelnycky, P. D. and Lester, P. J. 2010. Integrating physiology, population dynamics and climate to make multi-scale predictions for the spread of an invasive insect: the Argentine ant at Haleakala National Park, Hawaii. – Ecography 33: 83–94.