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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 13, Number 9, September 2007

Including species interactions in risk assessments for global change
pp. 1843-1859(17)
Authors: SUTHERST, R. W.; MAYWALD, G. F.; BOURNE, A. S.

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An elevational shift in butterfly species richness and composition accompanying recent climate change
pp. 1873-1887(15)
Authors: WILSON, ROBERT J.; GUTIÉRREZ, DAVID; GUTIÉRREZ, JAVIER; MONSERRAT, VÍCTOR J.

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Can warm climate-related structure of littoral predator assemblies weaken the clear water state in shallow lakes?
pp. 1888-1897(10)
Authors: MEERHOFF, MARIANA; CLEMENTE, JUAN M.; deMELLO, FRANCO TEIXEIRA; IGLESIAS, CARLOS; PEDERSEN, ASGER R.; JEPPESEN, ERIK

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Earlier onset of the spring phytoplankton bloom in lakes of the temperate zone in a warmer climate
pp. 1898-1909(12)
Authors: PEETERS, FRANK; STRAILE, DIETMAR; LORKE, ANDREAS; LIVINGSTONE, DAVID M.

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A biological consequence of reducing Arctic ice cover: arrival of the Pacific diatom Neodenticula seminae in the North Atlantic for the first time in 800 000 years
pp. 1910-1921(12)
Authors: REID, PHILIP C.; JOHNS, DAVID G.; EDWARDS, MARTIN; STARR, MICHEL; POULIN, MICHEL; SNOEIJS, PAULI

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The disappearance of relict permafrost in boreal north America: Effects on peatland carbon storage and fluxes
pp. 1922-1934(13)
Authors: TURETSKY, M. R.; WIEDER, R. K.; VITT, D. H.; EVANS, R. J.; SCOTT, K. D.

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The legacy of harvest and fire on ecosystem carbon storage in a north temperate forest
pp. 1935-1949(15)
Authors: GOUGH, CHRISTOPHER M.; VOGEL, CHRISTOPH S.; HARROLD, KATHERINE H.; GEORGE, KRISTEN; CURTIS, PETER S.

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Effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on amino acid and NH4+-N cycling in a temperate pine ecosystem
pp. 1950-1959(10)
Authors: HOFMOCKEL, KIRSTEN S.; SCHLESINGER, WILLIAM H.; JACKSON, ROBERT B.

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The impact of elevated CO2, increased nitrogen availability and biodiversity on plant tissue quality and decomposition
pp. 1960-1971(12)
Authors: KNOPS, JOHANNES M. H.; NAEEM, SHAHID; REICH, P. B.

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Soil greenhouse gas fluxes and global warming potential in four high-yielding maize systems
pp. 1972-1988(17)
Authors: ADVIENTO-BORBE, M. A. A.; HADDIX, M. L.; BINDER, D. L.; WALTERS, D. T.; DOBERMANN, A.

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Soil organic carbon stocks in China and changes from 1980s to 2000s
pp. 1989-2007(19)
Authors: XIE, ZUBIN; ZHU, JIANGUO; LIU, GANG; CADISCH, GEORG; HASEGAWA, TOSHIHIRO; CHEN, CHUNMEI; SUN, HUIFENG; TANG, HAOYAN; ZENG, QING

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Basal rates of soil respiration are correlated with photosynthesis in a mixed temperate forest
pp. 2008-2017(10)
Authors: SAMPSON, D. A.; JANSSENS, I. A.; CURIEL YUSTE, J.; CEULEMANS, R.

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Microbial soil respiration and its dependency on carbon inputs, soil temperature and moisture
pp. 2018-2035(18)
Authors: CURIEL YUSTE, J.; BALDOCCHI, D. D.; GERSHENSON, A.; GOLDSTEIN, A.; MISSON, L.; WONG, S.

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An oxygen-mediated positive feedback between elevated carbon dioxide and soil organic matter decomposition in a simulated anaerobic wetland
pp. 2036-2044(9)
Authors: WOLF, AMELIA A.; DRAKE, BERT G.; ERICKSON, JOHN E.; MEGONIGAL, J. PATRICK

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