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Article number Year Description Documents
ECOG-03326 2017

Moreira, X., Castagneyrol, B., Abdala-Roberts, L., Berny-Mier y Teran, J. C., Timmermans, B. G. H., Bruun, H. H., Covelo, F., Glauser, G., Rasmann, S. and Tack, A. J. M. 2017. Latitudinal variation in plant chemical defences drives latitudinal patterns of leaf herbivory. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03326

ECOG-03414 2017

Pironon, S., Villellas, J., Thuiller, W., Eckhart, V. M., Geber, M. A., Moeller, D. A. and García, M. B. 2017. The ‘Hutchinsonian niche’ as an assemblage of demographic niches: implications for species geographic ranges. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03414

ECOG-02485 2017

Barbraud, C., Bertrand, A., Bouchón, M., Chaigneau,A., Delord, K., Demarcq, H., Gimenez, O., Gutiérrez Torero, M., Gutiérrez, D., Oliveros-Ramos, R., Passuni, G., Tremblay, Y. and Bertrand, S. 2017. Density dependence, prey accessibility and prey depletion by fisheries drive Peruvian seabird population dynamics. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02485

ECOG-03086 2017

Binkenstein, J., Klein, A.-M., Assmann, T., Buscot, F., Erfmeier, A., Ma, K., Pietsch, K. A., Schmidt, K., Scholten, T., Wubet, T., Bruelheide, H., Schuldt, A. and Staab, M. 2017. Multi-trophic guilds respond differently to changing elevation in a subtropical forest. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03086

ECOG-02580 2017

Ferrari, R., Malcolm,H. A., Byrne, M., Friedman, A., Williams, S. B., Schultz, A., Jordan, A. R. and Figueira, W. F. 2017. Habitat structural complexity metrics improve predictions of fish abundance and distribution. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02580
ECOG-02809 2017

Sabatini, F. M., Jiménez-Alfaro, B., Burrascano, S., Lora, A. and Chytrý, M. 2017. Beta-diversity of central European forests decreases along an elevational gradient due to the variation in local community assembly processes. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02809
ECOG-03348 2017

Niittynen, P. and Luoto, M. 2017. The importance of snow in species distribution models of arctic vegetation. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03348

ECOG-03328 2017

Schaefer, M., Menz, S., Jeltsch, F. and Zurell, D. 2017. sOAR: a tool for modelling optimal animal life-history strategies in cyclic environments. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03328
ECOG-03235 2017

Wogan, G. O. U. and Wang, I. J. 2017. The value of space-for-time substitution for studying finescale microevolutionary processes. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03235

ECOG-03255 2017

Brucet, S., Arranz, I., Mehner, T., Argillier, C., Beklioğlu, M., Benejam, L., Boll, T., Holmgren, K., Lauridsen, T. L., Svenning, J.-C., Winfield, I. J. and Jeppesen, E. 2017. Size diversity and species diversity relationships in fish assemblages of Western Palearctic lakes. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03255

ECOG-03389 2017

Chen, L., Comita, L. S., Wright, S. J., Swenson, N. G., Zimmerman, J. K., Mi, X., Hao, Z., Ye, W., Hubbell,S. P., Kress, W. J., Uriarte, M., Thompson, J., Nytch, C. J., Wang, X., Lian, J. and Ma, K. 2017. Forest tree neighborhoods are structured more by negative conspecific density dependence than by interactions among closely related species. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03389

ECOG-03378 2017

Parks, S. A., Holsinger, L. M., Miller, C. and Parisien, M.-A. 2017. Analog-based fire regime and vegetation shifts in mountainous regions of the western US. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03378

ECOG-03080 2017

Bestley, S., Raymond, B., Gales, N. H., Harcourt, R. G., Hindell, M. A., Jonsen, I. D., Nicol, S., Péron, C., Sumner, M. D., Weimerskirch, H., Wotherspoon, S. J. and Cox, M. J. 2017. Predicting krill swarm characteristics important for marine predators foraging off East Antarctica. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03080

ECOG-03187 2017

Blonder, B. 2017. Hypervolume concepts in niche- and trait-based ecology. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03187

ECOG-02957 2017

Murray, N. J., Marra, P. P., Fuller, R. A., Clemens, R. S., Dhanjal-Adams, K., Gosbell, K. B., Hassell, C. J., Iwamura, T., Melville, D., Minton, C. D. T., Riegen, A. C., Rogers, D. I., Woehler, E. J. and Studds, C. E. 2017. The large-scale drivers of population declines in a long-distance migratory shorebird. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02957

ECOG-03235 2017

Wogan, G. O. U. and Wang, I. J. 2017. The value of space-for-time substitution for studying finescale microevolutionary processes. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03235

ECOG-02424 2017

Field, C. R., Ruskin, K. J., Benvenuti, B., Borowske, A. C., Cohen, J. B., Garey, L., Hodgman, T. P., Kern, R. A., King, E., Kocek, A. R., Kovach, A. I., O’Brien, K. M., Olsen, B. J., Pau, N., Roberts, S. G., Shelly, E., Shriver, G. W., Walsh, J. and Elphick, C. S. 2017. Quantifying the importance of geographic replication and representativeness when estimating demographic rates, using a coastal species as a case study. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02424

ECOG-02942 2017

Guralnick, R., Walls, R. and Jetz, W. 2017. Humboldt Core – toward a standardized capture of biological inventories for biodiversity monitoring, modeling and assessment. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02942
ECOG-03430 2017

Lundgren, E. J., Ramp, D., Ripple, W. J. and Wallach, A. D. 2017. Introduced megafauna are rewilding the Anthropocene. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03430
ECOG-03030 2017

Buderman, F. E., Hoten, M. B., Ivan, J. S. and Shenk, T. M. 2017. Large-scale movement behavior in a reintroduced predator population. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03030