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Article number Year Descriptionsort descending Documents
ECOG-00753 2014

Conti, L., Comte, L., Hugueny, B. and Grenouillet, G. 2014. Drivers of freshwater fish colonisations and extirpations under climate change. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00753

ECOG-00802 2014

Copeland, S. M. and Harrison, S. P. 2014. Identifying plant traits associated with topographic contrasts in a rugged and diverse region (Klamath-Siskiyou Mts, OR, USA). – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00802

E5894 2010

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

E5590 2009

Cornelissen, T. and Stiling, P. 2009. Spatial, bottom-up, and top-down effects on the abundance of a leaf miner. – Ecography 32: 459–467.

ECOG-04481 2019

Cornwell, W. K., Pearse, W. D., Dalrymple, R. L. and Zanne, A. E. 2019. What we (don’t) know about global plant diversity. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.04481

ECOG-02937 2017

Correll, M. D., Wiest, W. A., Hodgman, T. P., Kelley, J. P., McGill, B. J., Elphick, C. S., Shriver, W. G., Conway, M., Field, C. R. and Olsen, B. J. 2017. A Pleistocene disturbance event describes modern diversity patterns in tidal marsh birds. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02937

ECOG-01243 2015

Correll, R. A., Prowse, T. A. A. and Prideaux, G. J. 2015. Lean-season primary productivity and heat dissipation as key drivers of geographic body-size variation in a widespread marsupial. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01243

ECOG-00473 2014

Coyle, J. R., Halliday, F. W., Lopez, B. E., Palmquist, K. A., Wilfahrt, P. A. and Hurlbert, A. H. 2014. Using trait and phylogenetic diversity to evaluate the generality of the stress-dominance hypothesis in eastern North American tree communities. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00473

ECOG-02513 2017

Cramer, K. L., O’Dea, A., Carpenter, C. and Norris, R. D. 2017. A 3000 year record of Caribbean reef urchin communities reveals causes and consequences of longterm decline in Diadema antillarum. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02513

ECOG-02461 2016

Cramer, M. D., Barger, N. N. and Tschinkel, W. R. 2016. Edaphic properties enable facilitative and competitive interactions resulting in fairy circle formation. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02461

ECOG-03860 2018

Cramer, M. D., Power, S. C., Belev, A., Gillson, L., Bond, W. J., Hoffman, M. T. and Hedin, L. O. 2019. Are forest-shrubland mosaics of the Cape Floristic Region an example of alternate stable states? – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03860

E7138 2012

Crase, B., Liedloff, A. C. and Wintle, B. A. 2012. A new method for dealing with residual spatial autocorrelation in species distribution models. – Ecography 35: xxx–xxx.

ECOG-01179 2015

Crimmins, S. M., Walleser, L. R., Hertel, D. R., McKann, P. C., Rohweder, J. J. and Thogmartin, W. E. 2015. Relating mesocarnivore relative abundance to anthropogenic land-use with a hierarchical spatial count model. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01179

ECOG-04653 2019

Critchley, E. J., Grecian, W. J., Benninson, A., Kane, A., Wischnewski, S., Cañadas, A., Tierney, D., Quinn, J. L. and Jessopp, M. J. 2019. Assessing the effectiveness of foraging radius models for seabird distributions using biotelemetry and survey data. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.04653

ECOG-03927 2018

Crouch, N. M. A., Capurucho, J. M. G., Hackett, S. J. and Bates, J. M. 2018. Evaluating the contribution of dispersal to community structure in Neotropical passerine birds. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03927

ECOG-02376 2016

Crowley, B. E., Godfrey, L. R., Bankoff, R. J., Perry, G. H., Culleton, B. J., Kennett, D. J., Sutherland, M. R., Samonds, K. E. and Burney, D. A. 2016. Island-wide aridity did not trigger recent megafaunal extinctions in Madagascar. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02376
E4333 2006

Cruz, M. J., Rebelo, R. and Crespo, E. G. 2006. Effects of an introduced crayfish, Procambarus clarkii, on the distribution of south-western Iberian amphibians in their breeding habitats. – Ecography 29: 329–338.

ECOG-02567 2016

Cuesta, F., Muriel, P., Llambí, L. D., Halloy, S., Aguirre, N., Beck, S., Carilla, J., Meneses, R. I., Cuello, S., Grau, A., Gámez, L. E., Irazábal, J., Jácome, J., Jaramillo, R., Ramírez, L., Samaniego, N., Suárez- Duque, D., Thompson, N., Tupayachi, A., Viñas, P., Yager, K., Becerra, M. T., Pauli, H. and Gosling, W. D. 2016. Latitudinal and altitudinal patterns of plant community diversity on mountain summits across the tropical Andes. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02567
ECOG-00299 2013

Cumming, S. G., D. Stralberg, K. Lefevre, E. Bayne, S. Fang, P. Fontaine, D. Mazerolle, F. K. A. Schmiegelow, P. Sólymos, and S. Song. Climate and vegetation hierarchically structure continental patterns of songbird distribution and abundance in the Canadian boreal region. – Ecography 36: xxx–xxx.

ECOG-04635 2019

Cunningham, C. X., Johnson, C. N., Hollings, T., Kreger, K. and Joners, M. E. 2019. Trophic rewilding establishes a landscape of fear: Tasmanian devil introduction increases risk-sensitive foraging in a key prey species. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.04635