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 numbersort descending Year Description Documents
ECOG-03733 2018

Brown, C. D., Dufour-Tremblay, G., Jameson, R. G., Mamet, S. D., Trant, A. J., Walker, X. J., Boudreau, S., Harper, K. A., Henry, G. H. R., Hermanutz, L., Hofgaard, A., Isaeva, L., Kershaw, G. P. and Johnstone, J. F. 2018. Reproduction as a bottleneck to treeline advance across the circumarctic forest tundra ecotone. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03733

ecog-03733.pdf
ECOG-03747 2018

Kohli, B. A., Terry, R. C. and Rowe, R. J. 2018. A trait-based framework for discerning drivers of species co-occurrence across heterogeneous landscapes. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03747

ecog-03747.pdf
ECOG-03750 2018

Blackburn, T. M., Redding, D. W. and Dyer, E. E. 2018. Bergmann’s rule in alien birds. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03750

ecog-03750.zip
ECOG-03752 2018

Blanckenhorn, W. U., Bauerfeind, S. S., Berger, D., Davidowitz, G., Fox, C. W., Guillaume, F., Nakamura, S., Nishimura, K., Sasaki, H., Stillwell, R. C., Tachi, T. and Schäfer, M. A. 2018. Life history traits, but not body size, vary systematically along latitudinal gradients on three continents in the widespread yellow dung fly. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03752

ecog-03752.zip
ECOG-03757 2018

Outomuro, D. and Johansson, F. 2018. Wing morphology and migration status, but not body size, habitat or Rapoport’s rule predict range size in North-American dragonflies (Odonata: Libellulidae). – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03757

ecog-03757.zip
ECOG-03771 2019

Soriano-Redondo, A., Jones-Todd, C. M., Bearhop, S., Hilton, G. M., Lock, L., Votier, S. C. and Illian, J. B. 2019. Understanding species distribution in dynamic populations: a new approach using spatio-temporal point process models. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03771

ecog-03771.zip
ECOG-03782 2018

Woods, T. and McGarvey, D. J. 2018. Assessing the relative influences of abiotic and biotic factors on American eel Anguilla rostrata distribution using hydrologic, physical habitat, and functional trait data. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03782

ecog-03782.pdf
ECOG-03783 2018

Garcia-R, J. C., Gonzalez-Orozco, C. E. and Trewick, S. A. 2018. Contrasting patterns of diversification in a bird family (Aves: Gruiformes: Rallidae) are revealed by analysis of geospatial distribution of species and phylogenetic diversity. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03783

ecog-03783.zip
ECOG-03784 2018

Coelho, M. T. P., Dambros, C., Rosauer, D. F., Pereira, E. B. and Rangel, T. F. 2018. Effects of neutrality and productivity on mammal richness and evolutionary history in Australia. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03784

ecog-03784.pdf
ECOG-03791 2019

le Roux, E., Marneweck, D. G., Clinning, G., Druce, D. J., Kerley, G. I. H. and Cromsigt, J. P. G. M. 2019. Top-down limits on prey populations may be more severe in larger prey species, despite having fewer predators. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03971

ecog-03791.pdf
ECOG-03795 2018

Berdugo, M., Soliveres, S., Kéfi, S.and Maestre, F. T. 2019. The interplay between facilitation and habitat type drives spatial vegetation patterns in global drylands. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03795

ecog-03795.pdf
ECOG-03812 2018

Matthews, T. J., Sadler, J., Carvalho, R., Nunes, R. and Borges, P. A. V. 2018. Differential temporal betadiversity patterns of native and non-native arthropod species in a fragmented native forest landscape. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03812

ecog-03812.pdf
ECOG-03817 2018

Loewen, C. J. G., Strecker, A. L., Larson, G. L., Vogel, A., Fischer, J. M. and Vinebrooke, R. D. 2019. Macroecological drivers of zooplankton communities across the mountains of western North America. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03817

ecog-03817.pdf
ECOG-03823 2018

Schuetz, J. G., Mills, K. E., Allyn, A. J., Stamieszkin, K., Le Bris, A. and Pershing, A. J. 2018. Complex patterns of temperature sensitivity, not ecological traits, dictate diverse species responses to climate change. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03823

ecog-03823.pdf
ECOG-03825 2018

Park, D. S. and Razafindratsima, O. H. 2018. Anthropogenic threats can have cascading homogenizing effects on the phylogenetic and functional diversity of tropical ecosystems. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03825

ecog-03825.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
ECOG-03836 2018

Davis, K., Dobrowski, S., Holden, Z. A., Higuera, P. E. and Abatzoglou, J. T. 2018. Microclimatic buffering in forests of the future: the role of local water balance. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03836

ecog-03836.pdf
ECOG-03849 2018

Redmond, C. M., Auga, J., Gewa, B., Segar, S. T., Miller, S. E., Molem, K., Weiblen, G. D., Butterill, P. T., Maiyah, G., Hood, A. S. C., Volf, M., Jorge, L. R., Basset, Y. and Novotn••, V. 2019. High specialization and limited structural change in plant-herbivore networks along a successional chronosequence in tropical montane forest. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03849

ecog-03849.pdf
ECOG-03854 2018

Mateo-Tomás, P., Olea, P. P.,Selva, N. and Sánchez-Zapata, J. A. 2018. Species and individual replacementscontribute more than nestedness to shape vertebratescavenger metacommunities. – Ecography doi:10.1111/ecog.03854

ecog-03854.pdf
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

ecog-03860.pdf

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