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Volume 14, Number 4, April 2008

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A latitudinal gradient in climate effects on seabird demography: results from interspecific analyses
pp. 703-713(11)
Authors: SANDVIK, HANNO; COULSON, TIM; SÆTHER, BERNT-ERIK

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Seasonal and annual variation of carbon exchange in an evergreen Mediterranean forest in southern France
pp. 714-725(12)
Authors: ALLARD, V.; OURCIVAL, J. M.; RAMBAL, S.; JOFFRE, R.; ROCHETEAU, A.

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A non-native invasive grass increases soil carbon flux in a Hawaiian tropical dry forest
pp. 726-739(14)
Authors: LITTON, CREIGHTON M.; SANDQUIST, DARREN R.; CORDELL, SUSAN

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Spring warming and carbon dioxide exchange over low Arctic tundra in central Canada
pp. 740-756(17)
Authors: LAFLEUR, PETER M.; HUMPHREYS, ELYN R.

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Dry nitrogen deposition estimates over a forest experiencing free air CO2 enrichment
pp. 768-781(14)
Authors: SPARKS, JED P.; WALKER, JOHN; TURNIPSEED, ANDREW; GUENTHER, ALEX

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Simulated glacial and interglacial vegetation across Africa: implications for species phylogenies and trans-African migration of plants and animals
pp. 827-840(14)
Authors: COWLING, SHARON A.; COX, PETER M.; JONES, CHRIS D.; MASLIN, MARK A.; PEROS, MATHEW; SPALL, STEVEN A.

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Climatic change and fire potential in South-Central British Columbia, Canada
pp. 841-855(15)
Authors: NITSCHKE, CRAIG R.; INNES, JOHN L.

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Response of soil surface CO2 flux in a boreal forest to ecosystem warming
pp. 856-867(12)
Authors: BRONSON, DUSTIN R.; GOWER, STITH T.; TANNER, MYRON; LINDER, SUNE; VAN HERK, INGRID

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Sensitivity of organic matter decomposition to warming varies with its quality
pp. 868-877(10)
Authors: CONANT, RICHARD T.; DRIJBER, RHAE A.; HADDIX, MICHELLE L.; PARTON, WILLIAM J.; PAUL, ELDOR A.; PLANTE, ALAIN F.; SIX, JOHAN; STEINWEG, J. MEGAN

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The production and emission of nitrous oxide from headwater streams in the Midwestern United States
pp. 878-894(17)
Authors: BEAULIEU, J. J.; ARANGO, C. P.; HAMILTON, S. K.; TANK, J. L.

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Physiological response of the copepod Pseudocalanus sp. in the Baltic Sea at different thermal scenarios
pp. 895-906(12)
Authors: ISLA, JOSÉ ALEJANDRO; LENGFELLNER, KATHRIN; SOMMER, ULRICH

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Reproductive potential of a marine ecosystem engineer at the edge of a newly expanded range
pp. 907-915(9)
Authors: LING, SCOTT D.; JOHNSON, C. R.; FRUSHER, S.; KING, C. K.

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Methane bubbles in surface peat cores: in situ measurements
pp. 916-924(9)
Authors: LAING, CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM; SHREEVE, TIMOTHY GEORGE; PEARCE, DEBORAH MARIE ELIZABETH

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Plant-mediated effects of elevated ultraviolet-B radiation on peat microbial communities of a subarctic mire
pp. 925-937(13)
Authors: RINNAN, RIIKKA; NERG, ANNE-MARJA; AHTONIEMI, PAULIINA; SUOKANERVA, HANNE; HOLOPAINEN, TOINI; KYRÖ, ESKO; BÅÅTH, ERLAND

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Examination of the potential relationship between droughts, sulphate and dissolved organic carbon at a wetland-draining stream
pp. 938-948(11)
Authors: EIMERS, M. CATHERINE; WATMOUGH, SHAUN A.; BUTTLE, JAMES M.; DILLON, PETER J.

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Global change and biological soil crusts: effects of ultraviolet augmentation under altered precipitation regimes and nitrogen additions
pp. 949-949(1)
Authors: BELNAP, JAYNE; PHILLIPS, SUSAN L.; FLINT, STEPHAN; MOENY, JOHN; CALDWELL, MARTYN

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