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:
Grenouillet, G., Buisson, L., Casajus, N. and Lek, S. 2010. Ensemble modelling of species distribution: the effects of geographical and environmental ranges. – Ecography 33: xxx–xxx.
Indermaur, L., Schaub, M., Jokela, J., Tockner, K. and Schmidt, B. R. 2010. Differential response to abiotic conditions and predation risk rather than competition avoidance determine breeding site selection by anurans. – Ecography 33: 887-895.
Berglund, H., Hottola, J., Penttilä, R. and Siitonen, J. 2011. Linking substrate and habitat requirements of wood-inhabiting fungi to their regional extinction vulnerability. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.
Emilio, T., Walker Nelson, B., Schietti, J., Desmoulière, S. J.-M., Espírito-Santo, H. M. V. and Costa, F. R. C. 2010. Assessing the relationship between forest types and canopy tree beta diversity in Amazonia. – Ecography 33: 738-747.
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Hambäck, P. A., Bergman, K.-O., Bommarco, R., Krauss, J., Kuussaari, M., Pöyry, J. and Öckinger, E. 2010. Allometric density responses in butterflies: the response to small and large patches by small and large species. – Ecography 33: 1149-1156.
Welsh Jr, H. H. and Hodgson, G. R. 2010. Spatial relationships in a dendritic network: the herpetofaunal metacommunity of the Mattole River catchment of northwest California. – Ecography 33: xxx–xxx.
Scrosati, R. A., van Genne, B., Heaven, C. S. and Watt, C. A. 2010. Species richness and diversity in different functional groups across environmental stress gradients: a model for marine rocky shores. – Ecography 33: xxx–xxx.
Smith, T. W. and Lundholm, J. T. 2010. Variation partitioning as a tool to distinguish between niche and neutral processes. – Ecography 33: 648-655.
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Driscoll, D. A. and Lindenmayer, D. B. 2010.Assembly rules are rare in SE Australian bird communities, but sometimes apply in fragmented agricultural landscapes. – Ecography 33: 854–865.
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Bonifait, S. and Villard, M.-A. 2010. Efficiency of buffer zones around ponds to conserve odonates and songbirds in mined peat bogs. – Ecography 33: 913-920.
Guillaumet, A., Gonin, J., Prodon, R. and Crochet, P.-A. 2010. The geographic and seasonal dimensions of habitat use in Galerida larks: implications for species coexistence and range limits. – Ecography 33: 961-970.
Roever, C. L., Boyce, M. S. and Stenhouse, G. B. 2010. Grizzly bear movements relative to roads: application of step selection functions. – Ecography 33: 1113-1122.
Bell, J. R., King, R. A., Bohan, D. A. and Symondson, O. C. 2010. Spatial co-occurrence networks predicts the feeding histories of polyphagous arthropod predators at field scales. – Ecography 33: 64–72.
Nachman, G. and Borregaard, M. K. 2010. From complex spatial dynamics to simple Markov chain models: do predators and prey leave footprints? – Ecography 33: 137–147.
Kriticos, D. J. and Leriche, A. 2010. The effects of spatial data precision on fitting and projecting species niche models. – Ecography 33: 115–127.
Cabeza, M., Arponen, A., Jäättelä, L., Kujala, H., van Teeffelen, A. and Hanski, I. 2010. Conservation planning with insects at three different spatial scales. – Ecography 33: 54–63.
Lobo, J. M., Jiménez-Valverde, A. and Hortal, J. 2010. The uncertain nature of absences and their importance in species distribution modelling. – Ecography 33: 103–114.
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.
Procheş, Ş., Warren, M., McGeoch, M. A. and Marshall, D. J. 2010. Spatial scaling and transition in pneumatophore arthropod communities. – Ecography 33: 128–136.
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.