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.

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Article number Year Description Documents
E4621 2006

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.

E4621 2006

Spiegelberger, T., Matthies, D., Müller-Schärer, H. and Schaffner, U. 2006. Scale-dependent effects of land use on plant species richness of mountain grassland in the European Alps. – Ecography 29: 541–548.

E4685 2006

White, P. and Kerr, J. 2006. Contrasting spatial and temporal global change impacts on butterfly species richness during the 20th century. – Ecography 29: 908–918.

E4657 2006

Griffiths, M. E. and Lawes, M. J. 2006. Biogeographic, environmental, and phylogenetic influences on reproductive traits in subtropical forest trees, South Africa. – Ecography 29: 614–622.

E4677 2006

Calviño-Cancela, M., Dunn, R. R., van Etten, E. and Lamont, B. B. 2006. Emus as non-standard seed dispersers and their potential for long-distance dispersal. – Ecography 29: 632–640.

E4684 2006

Grange, S. and Duncan, P. 2006. Bottom-up and topdown processes in Africa ungulate communities: resources and predation acting on the relative abundance of zebra and grazing bovids. – Ecography 29: 899–907.

E4699 2006

Davidson, A. D. and Lightfoot, D. C. 2006. Keystone rodent interactions: prairie dogs and kangaroo rats structure the biotic composition of a desertified grassland. – Ecography 29: 755–765.

E4728 2006

Pasinelli, G. and Schiegg, K. 2006. Fragmentation within and between wetland reserves: the importance of spatial scales for nest predation in reed buntings. – Ecography 29: 721–732.

E4767 2006

Osler, G. H. R., Korycinska, A. and Cole, L. 2006. Differences in litter mass change mite assemblage structure on a deciduous forest floor. – Ecography 29: 811–818.

E4787 2006

McCauley, S. J. 2006. The effects of dispersal and recruitment limitation on community structure of odonates in artificial ponds. – Ecography 29: 585–595.

E4802 2006

Fu, C., Hua, X., Li, J., Chang, Z., Pu, Z. and Chen, J. 2006. Elevational patterns of frog species richness and endemic richness in the Hengduan Mountains, China: geometric constraints, area and climate effects. – Ecography 29: 919–927.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

E4052 2005

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

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.

E3866 2004

Hedenås, H. and Ericson, L. 2004. Aspen lichens in agricultural and forest landscapes: the importance of habitat quality. – Ecography 27: 521-531.

E3271 2003

Ribera, I., Foster, G. N. and Vogler, A. P. 2003. Does habitat use explain large scale species richness patterns of aquatic beetles in Europe? – Ecography 26: 145-152.