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 ascending Year Description Documents
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.

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E4520 2006

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.

e4520.pdf
E4483 2006

Van de Meutter, F., Stoks, R. and De Meester, L. 2006. Lotic dispersal of lentic macroinvertebrates. – Ecography 29: 223–230.

e4483.pdf
E4448 2006

Johnson, D. M., Liebhold, A. M. and Bjørnstad, O. N. 2006. Geographical variation in the periodicity of gypsy moth outbreaks. – Ecography 29: 367–374.

e4448.pdf
E4442 2006

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.

e4442.pdf
E4397 2006

Sunde, P. and Redpath, S. M. 2006. Combining information from range use and habitat selection: sex-specified spatial responses to habitat fragmentation in tawny owls Strix aluco. – Ecography 29: 152–158.

e4397.pdf
E4366 2006

Dollery, R., Hodkinson, I. D. and Jónsdóttir, I. S. 2006. Impact of warming and timing of snow melt on soil microarthropod assemblages associated with Dryasdominated plant communities on Svalbard. – Ecography 29: 111–119.

e4366.pdf
E4344 2005

Dillon, S. and Fjeldså, J. 2005. The implications of different species concepts for describing biodiversity patterns and assessing conservation needs for African birds. – Ecography 28: 682–692.
 

e4344.pdf
E4333 2006

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.

e4333.pdf
E4313 2006

Zalewski, A. and Jedrzejewski, W. 2006. Spatial organisation and dynamics of the pine marten Martes martes population in Bialowieza Forest (E Polen) compared with other European woodlands. – Ecography 29: 31–43.

e4313.pdf
E4283 2006

Osem, Y., Perevolotsky, A. and Kigel, J. 2006. Size traits and site conditions determine changes in seed bank structure caused by grazing exclusion in semiarid annual plant communities. – Ecography 29: 11–20.

e4283.pdf
E4272 2006

Rodrigo, A. and Retana, J. 2006. Post-fire recovery of ant communities in Submediterranean Pinus nigra forest. – Ecography 29: 231–239.

e4272.pdf
E4259 2006

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.

e4259.pdf
E4203 2006

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.

e4203.pdf
E4181 2006

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.

e4181.pdf
E4135 2005

Dillon, S. and Fjeldså, J. 2005. The implications of different species concepts for describing biodiversity patterns and assessing conservation needs for African birds. – Ecography 28: 682–692.
 

e4135.pdf
E4119 2005

Perner, J., Wytrykush, C., Kahmen, A., Buchmann, N., Egerer, I., Creutzburg, S., Odat, N., Audorff, V. and Weisser, W. W. 2005. Effects of plant diversity, plant productivity and habitat parameters on arthropod abundance in montane European grasslands. – Ecography 28: 429–442.

e4119.pdf
E4105 2005

Shimazaki, A. and Miyashita, T. 2005. Variable dependence on detrital and grazing food webs by generalist predators: aearial insects and web spiders. – Ecography 28: 485–494.

e4105.pdf
E4052 2005

Fang, W. 2005. Spatial analysis of an invasion frontier of Acer platanoides. dynamic inferences from static data. – Ecography 28: 283–294

e4052.pdf
E3990 2004

Maestre, F. T., Cortina, J. and Bautista, S. 2004. Mechanisms underlying the interaction between Pinus halepensis and the underlying late-successional shrub Pistacia lentiscus in a semi-arid plantation. – Ecography 27: 776–786.

e3990.pdf

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