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 number Year Descriptionsort descending Documents
E5564 2008

Wichmann, M. C., Alexander, M. J., Hails, R. S. and Bullock, J. M. 2008. Historical distribution and regional dynamics of two Brassica species. – Ecography 31: 673–684.

e5564.pdf
ECOG-02718 2017

Wiederholt, R., Mattsson, B. J., Thogmartin, W., Runge, M. C., Diffendorfer, J. E., Erickson, R. A., Federico, P., López-Hoffman, L., Fryxell, J., Norris, D. R. and Sample, C. 2017. Estimating the per-capita contribution of habitats and pathways in a migratory network: a modelling approach. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02718

ecog-02718.zip
E7361 2012

Wiegand, T., Fangliang, H. and Hubbell, S. P. 2012. A systematic comparison of summary characteristics for quantifying point patterns in ecology. – Ecography 35: xxx–xxx.

e7361.pdf
ECOG-00498 2014

Więski, K. and Pennings, S. 2014. Latitudinal variation in resistance and tolerance to herbivory of a salt marsh shrub. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2013.00498.x

ecog-00498.pdf
E4756 2007

Wildová, R., Wild, J. and Herben, T. 2007. Fine-scale dynamics of rhizomes in a grassland community. – Ecography 30: 264–276.

e4756.pdf
ECOG-01353 2015

Williams, G. J., Gove, J. M., Eynaud, Y., Zgliczynski, B. J. and Sandin, S. A. 2015. Local human impacts decouple natural biophysical relationships on Pacific coral reefs. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01353

ecog-01353.zip
ECOG-03074 2017

Williams, P. H., Lobo, J. M. and Meseguer, A. S. 2017. Bumblebees take the high road: climatically integrative biogeography shows that escape from Tibet, not Tibetan uplift, is associated with divergences of presentday Mendacibombus. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.03074

ecog-03074.pdf
E5975 2010

Willis, C. G., Halina, M., Lehman, C., Reich, P. B., Keen, A., McCarthy, S. and Cavender-Bares, J. 2010. Phylogenetic community structure in Minnesota oak savanna is influenced by spatial extent and environmental variation. – Ecography 33: 565–577.

e5975.pdf
E5957 2009

Willner, W., Di Pietro, R. and Bergmeier, E. 2009. Phytogeographical evidence for post-glacial dispersal limitation of European beech forest species. – Ecography 32: 1011–1018.

e5957.pdf
ECOG-02379 2016

Wittemyer, G., Keating, L. M., Vollrath, F. and Douglas-Hamilton, I. 2016. Graph theory illustrates spatial and temporal features that structure elephant rest locations and reflect risk perception. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02379

ecog-02379.pdf
E7723 2012

Wittmann, F., Householder, E., Piedade, M. T. F., de Assis, R. L., Schöngart, J., Parolin, P. and Junk, W. J. 2012. Habitat specifity, endemism and the neotropical distribution of Amazonian white-water floodplain trees. – Ecography 35: xxx–xxx.

e7723.pdf
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-03235.pdf
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-03235.pdf
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
E7132 2011

Wu, Y., Yang, Q., Wen, Z., Xia, L., Zhang, Q. and Zhou, H. 2011. What drive the species richness patterns of non-volant small mammals along a subtropical elevational gradient? – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

e7132.pdf
E4525 2006

Xavier, J. C., Tarling, G. A. and Croxall, J. P. 2006. Determining prey distribution patterns from stomach-contents of satellite-tracked high-predators of the southern ocean. – Ecography 29: 260–272.

e4525.pdf
ECOG-02836 2016

Yackulic, C. B. 2016. Competitive exclusion over broad spatial extents is a slow process: evidence and implications for species distribution modeling. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02836

ecog-02836.pdf
E4831 2006

Yamaura, Y., Katoh, K. and Takahashi, T. 2006. Reversing habitat loss: deciduous habitat fragmentation matters to birds in a larch plantation
matrix. – Ecography 29: 827–834.

e4831.pdf
ECOG-01994 2015

Yang, L. H., Ostrovsky, D. M., Rogers, M. C. and Welker, J. M. 2015. Intra-population variation in the natal origins and wing morphology of overwintering western monarch butterflies Danaus plexippus. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01994

ecog-01994.pdf
ECOG-00965 2015

Yang, Q., Wei, S., Shang, L., Carillo, J., Gabler, C. A., Nijjer, S., Li, B. and Siemann, E. 2015. Mycorrhizal associations of an invasive tree are enhanced by both genetic and environmental mechanisms. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.00965

ecog-00965.pdf

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