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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 19, Number 4, 1 August 2008

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Plant traits enabling survival in Mediterranean badlands in northeastern Spain suffering from soil erosion
pp. 457-464(8)
Authors: Guerrero‐Campo, Joaquín; Palacio, Sara; Montserrat‐Martí, Gabriel

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Microsite variation and climate result in stand dynamics variation in pristine
pp. 465-474(10)
Authors: Sarkkola, Sakari; Hökkä, Hannu; Penttilä, Timo

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Plant diversity in a calcareous wooded meadow – The significance of management continuity
pp. 475-484(10)
Authors: Aavik, Tsipe; Jõgar, Ülle; Liira, Jaan; Tulva, Ingmar; Zobel, Martin

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The relative importance of disturbance and environmental stress at local and regional scales in French coastal sand dunes
pp. 493-502(10)
Authors: Forey, Estelle; Chapelet, Benjamin; Vitasse, Yann; Tilquin, Mathieu; Touzard, Blaise; Michalet, Richard

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Gap ecology in Florida scrub: Species occurrence, diversity and gap properties
pp. 503-514(12)
Authors: Menges, Eric S.; Craddock, Alaä; Salo, Jessica; Zinthefer, Robin; Weekley, Carl W.

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Role of plant functional traits in determining vegetation composition of abandoned grazing land in north‐eastern Victoria, Australia
pp. 515-524(10)
Authors: Meers, Trevor L.; Bell, Tina L.; Enright, Neal J.; Kasel, Sabine

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BOOK REVIEW
pp. 585-586(2)
Author: Vankat, John L.

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