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Certain, G., Bellier, E., Planque, B. and Bretagnolle, V. 2007. Characterising the temporal variability of the spatial distribution of animals: an application to seabirds at sea. – Ecography 30: 695–708.
Hartley, D. J., Koivula, M. J., Spence, J. R., Pelletier, R. and Ball, G. E. 2007. Effect of urbanization on ground beetle assemblages (Coleoptera, Carabidae) of grassland habitats in western Canada. – Ecography 30: 673–684.
Beale, C. M., Lennon, J. J., Elston, D. A., Brewer, M. J. and Yearsley, J. M. 2007. Red herrings remain in geographical ecology: a reply to Hawkins et al. (2007). – Ecography 30: 845–847.
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Hurme, E., Reunanen, P., Mönkkönen, M., Nikula, A., Nivala, V. and Oksanen, J. 2007. Local habitat pattern of the Siberian flying squirrel in a managed boreal forest landscape. – Ecography 30: 277–287.
Wildová, R., Wild, J. and Herben, T. 2007. Fine-scale dynamics of rhizomes in a grassland community. – Ecography 30: 264–276.
Soininen, J., McDonald, R. and Hillebrand, H. 2007. The distance decay of similarity in ecological communities. – Ecography 30: 3–12.
Escobar, F., Halffter, G. and Arellano, L. 2007. From forest to pasture: an evaluating of the influence of environment and biogeography on the structure of dung beetle (Scarabaeinae) assemblages along three altitudinal gradients in the Neotropical region. – Ecography 30: 193–208.
McPherson, J. M. and Jetz, W. 2007. Effects of species’ ecology on the accuracy of distribution models. – Ecography 30: 135–151.
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Romanuk, T. N., Jackson, L. J., Post, J. R., McCauley, E. and Martinez, N. D. 2006. The structure of food webs along river networks. – Ecography 29: 3–10.
Kreft, H., Sommer, J. H. and Barthlott, W. 2006. The significance of geographic range size for spatial diversity patterns in Neotropical palms. – Ecography 29: 21–30.
Dunn, R. R., Colwell, R. K. and Nilsson, C. 2006. The river domain: why are there more species halfway up the river. – Ecography 29: 251–259.
Rodrigo, A. and Retana, J. 2006. Post-fire recovery of ant communities in Submediterranean Pinus nigra forest. – Ecography 29: 231–239.
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.
Focardi, S., Aragno, P., Montanaro, P. and Riga, F. 2006. Inter-specific competition from fallow deer Dama dama reduces habitat quality for the Italian roe deer Capreolus capreolus italicus. – Ecography 29: 407– 417.
Johnson, D. M., Liebhold, A. M. and Bjørnstad, O. N. 2006. Geographical variation in the periodicity of gypsy moth outbreaks. – Ecography 29: 367–374.
Campos, R. I., Vasconcelos, H. L., Ribeiro, S. P., Neves, F. S. and Soares, J. P. 2006. Relationship between tree size and insect assemblages associated with Anadenanthera macrocarpa. – Ecography 29: 442–450.
Philipp, M., Böcher, J., Siegismund, H. R. and Nielsen, L. R. 2006. Structure of a plant-pollinator network on a pahoehoe lava desert of the Galápagos Islands. – Ecography 29: 531–540.
Sharma, N. K., Rai, A. K. and Singh, S. 2006. Meterological factors affecting the diversity of airborne algae in an urban atmosphere. – Ecography 29: 766–772.
Martikainen, P., Kouki, J. and Heikkala, O. 2006. The effects of green tree retention and subsequent prescribed burning on ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in boreal pine-dominated forests. – Ecography 29: 659–670.
Bahn, V., O’Conner, R. J. and Krohn, W. B. 2006. Importance of spatial autocorrelation in modeling bird distributions at a continental scale. – Ecography 29: 835–844.