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Article number Year Descriptionsort descending Documents
ECOG-01102 2015

Braun, D. C., Moore, J. W., Candy, J. and Bailey, R. E. 2015. Population diversity in salmon: linkages among response, genetic and life history diversity. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01102

E5891 2010

Braunisch, V. and Suchant, R. 2010. Predicting species distributions based on incomplete survey data: the trade-off between precision and scale. – Ecography 33: 826-840.

ECOG-00138 2013

Braunisch, V., Coppes, J., Schmid, H., Suchant, R., Arlettaz, R. and Bollmann, K. 2013. Selecting from correlated climate variables: a major source of uncertainty for predicting species distributions under climate change. – Ecography 36: xxx–xxx.

ECOG-00030 2013

Brehm, G., Strutzenberger, P. and Fiedler, K. 2013. Phylogenetic diversity of geometrid moths decreases with elevation in the tropical Andes. – Ecography 36: xxx–xxx.
ECOG-03917 2018

Brehm, G., Zeuss, D. and Colwell, R. K. 2018. Moth body size increases with elevation along a complete tropical elevational gradient for two hyperdiverse clades. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03917

ECOG-03419 2017

Bried, J. T. and Siepielski, A. M. 2017. Opportunistic data reveal widespread species turnover in Enallagma damselflies at biogeographical scales. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03419

E5336 2008

Brinkerhoff, R. J., Ray, C., Thiagarajan, B., Collinge, S. K., Cully, J. F. Jr, Holmes, B. and Gage, K. L. 2008. Prairie dog presence affects occurrence patterns of disease vectors on small mammals. – Ecography 31: 655–663.

E7717 2012

Brischoux, F., Tingley, R., Shine, R. and Lillywhite, H. B. 2012. Salinity influences the distribution of marine snakes: implications for evolutionary transitions to marine life. – Ecography 35: xxx–xxx.

E5757 2009

Brochet, A.-L., Guillemain, M., Fritz, H., Gauthier-Clerc, M. and Green, A. J. 2009. The role of migratory ducks in the long-distance dispersal of native plants and the spread of exotic plants in Europe. – Ecography 32: 918–928.

ECOG-04707 2019

Brodie, S., Thorson, J. T., Carroll, G., Hazen, E. I., Bograd, S., Haltuch, M., Holsman, K., Kotwicki, S., Samhouri, J., Willis-Norton, E. and Selden, R. 2019. Trade-offs in covariate selection for species distribution models: a methodological comparison. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.04707

ECOG-02658 2016

Brooks, S. J., Self, A., Powney, G., Pearse, W. D., Penn, M. and Paterson, G. L. J. 2016. The influence of life history traits on the phenological response of British butterflies to climate variability since the late-19th century. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.02658

e6878 2011

Brotons, L., De Cáceres, M., Fall, A. and Fortin, M.-J. 2011. Modeling bird species distribution change in fire prone Mediterranean landscapes: incorporating species dispersal and landscape dynamics. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

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-03255 2017

Brucet, S., Arranz, I., Mehner, T., Argillier, C., Beklioğlu, M., Benejam, L., Boll, T., Holmgren, K., Lauridsen, T. L., Svenning, J.-C., Winfield, I. J. and Jeppesen, E. 2017. Size diversity and species diversity relationships in fish assemblages of Western Palearctic lakes. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03255

E5823 2009

Brucet, S., Boix, D., Gascón, S., Sala, J., Quintana, X. D., Badosa, A., Søndergaard, M., Lauridsen, T. L. and Jeppesen, E. 2009. Species richness of crustacean zooplankton and trophic structure of brackish lagoons in contrasting climate zones: north temperated Denmark and Mediterranean Catalonia (Spain). – Ecography 32: 692–702.

ECOG-02543 2016

Brudvig, L. A., Leroux, S. J., Albert, C. H., Bruna, E. M., Davies, K. F., Ewers, R. M., Levey, D. J., Pardini, R. and Resasco, J. 2016. Evaluating conceptual models of landscape change. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ ecog.02543

e6924 2011

Buchmann, C. M., Schurr, F. M., Nathan, R. and Jeltsch, F. 2011. Movement upscaled – the importance of individual foraging movement for community response to habitat loss. – Ecography 34: xxx–xxx.

ECOG-03030 2017

Buderman, F. E., Hoten, M. B., Ivan, J. S. and Shenk, T. M. 2017. Large-scale movement behavior in a reintroduced predator population. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.03030

ECOG-01797 2015

Bueno de Mesquita, C. P., King, A. J., Schmidt, S. K., Farrer, E. C. and Suding, K. N. 2015. Incorporating biotic factors in species distribution modeling: are interactions with soil microbes important? – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.01797

ECOG-04568 2019

Bueno, A. S., Masseli, G. S., Kaefer, I. L. and Peres, C. A. 2019. Sampling design may obscure species–area relationships in landscape-scale field studies. – Ecography doi: 10.1111/ecog.04568