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Volume 14, Number 11, November 2008

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Life history buffering in Antarctic mammals and birds against changing patterns of climate and environmental variation
pp. 2473-2488(16)
Authors: FORCADA, JAUME; TRATHAN, PHILIP N.; MURPHY, EUGENE J.

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Climate change causes rapid changes in the distribution and site abundance of birds in winter
pp. 2489-2500(12)
Authors: MACLEAN, ILYA M. D.; AUSTIN, GRAHAM E.; REHFISCH, MARK M.; BLEW, JAN; CROWE, OLIVIA; DELANY, SIMON; DEVOS, KOEN; DECEUNINCK, BERNARD; GÜNTHER, KLAUS; LAURSEN, KARSTEN; VAN ROOMEN, MARC; WAHL, JOHANNES

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Habitat shifts of endangered species under altered climate conditions: importance of biotic interactions
pp. 2501-2515(15)
Authors: PRESTON, KRISTINE L.; ROTENBERRY, JOHN T.; REDAK, RICHARD A.; ALLEN, MICHAEL F.

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Can long-distance migratory birds adjust to the advancement of spring by shortening migration distance? The response of the pied flycatcher to latitudinal photoperiodic variation
pp. 2516-2522(7)
Authors: COPPACK, TIMOTHY; TINDEMANS, ILSE; CZISCH, MICHAEL; VANderLINDEN, ANNEMIE; BERTHOLD, PETER; PULIDO, FRANCISCO

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Carbon exchange of a mature, naturally regenerated pine forest in north Florida
pp. 2523-2538(16)
Authors: POWELL, THOMAS L.; GHOLZ, HENRY L.; CLARK, KENNETH L.; STARR, GREGORY; CROPPER, WENDELL P.; MARTIN, TIMOTHY A.

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Methyl bromide emissions to the atmosphere from temperate woodland ecosystems
pp. 2539-2547(9)
Authors: DREWER, JULIA; HEAL, KATE V.; SMITH, KEITH A.; HEAL, MATHEW R.

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Deforestation causes increased dissolved silicate losses in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest
pp. 2548-2554(7)
Authors: CONLEY, DANIEL J.; LIKENS, GENE E.; BUSO, DONALD C.; SACCONE, LOREDANA; BAILEY, SCOTT W.; JOHNSON, CHRIS E.

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Environmental controls over carbon exchange of three forest ecosystems in eastern China
pp. 2555-2571(17)
Authors: YU, GUI-RUI; ZHANG, LEI-MING; SUN, XIAO-MIN; FU, YU-LING; WEN, XUE-FA; WANG, QIU-FENG; LI, SHENG-GONG; REN, CHUAN-YOU; SONG, XIA; LIU, YUN-FEN; HAN, SHI-JIE; YAN, JUN-HUA

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Effects of an experimental drought and recovery on soil emissions of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and nitric oxide in a moist tropical forest
pp. 2582-2590(9)
Authors: DAVIDSON, ERIC A.; NEPSTAD, DANIEL C.; ISHIDA, FRANÇOISE YOKO; BRANDO, PAULO M.

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Impacts of extreme winter warming in the sub-Arctic: growing season responses of dwarf shrub heathland
pp. 2603-2612(10)
Authors: BOKHORST, S.; BJERKE, J. W.; BOWLES, F. W.; MELILLO, J.; CALLAGHAN, T. V.; PHOENIX, G. K.

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Impact of past and present land-management on the C-balance of a grassland in the Swiss Alps
pp. 2613-2625(13)
Authors: ROGIERS, NELE; CONEN, FRANZ; FURGER, MARKUS; STÖCKLI, RETO; EUGSTER, WERNER

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Mycorrhizal fungi reduce the negative effects of nitrogen enrichment on plant community structure in dune grassland
pp. 2626-2635(10)
Authors: van derHEIJDEN, MARCEL G. A.; VERKADE, SEBASTIAAN; deBRUIN, SUSANNE J.

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Simple three-pool model accurately describes patterns of long-term litter decomposition in diverse climates
pp. 2636-2660(25)
Authors: ADAIR, E. CAROL; PARTON, WILLIAM J.; DEL GROSSO, STEVEN J.; SILVER, WHENDEE L.; HARMON, MARK E.; HALL, SONIA A.; BURKE, INGRID C.; HART, STEPHEN C.

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CH4 emission with differences in atmospheric CO2 enrichment and rice cultivars in a Japanese paddy soil
pp. 2678-2687(10)
Authors: LOU, YUNSHENG; INUBUSHI, KAZUYUKI; MIZUNO, TAKAYUKI; HASEGAWA, TOSHIHIRO; LIN, YANHUNG; SAKAI, HIDEMITSU; CHENG, WEIGUO; KOBAYASHI, KAZUHIKO

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Impact of elevated ozone concentration on growth, physiology, and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): a meta-analysis
pp. 2696-2708(13)
Authors: FENG, ZHAOZHONG; KOBAYASHI, KAZUHIKO; AINSWORTH, ELIZABETH A.

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Using temperature-dependent changes in leaf scaling relationships to quantitatively account for thermal acclimation of respiration in a coupled global climate–vegetation model
pp. 2709-2726(18)
Authors: ATKIN, OWEN K.; ATKINSON, LINDSEY J.; FISHER, ROSIE A.; CAMPBELL, CATHERINE D.; ZARAGOZA-CASTELLS, JOANA; PITCHFORD, JON W.; WOODWARD, F. IAN; HURRY, VAUGHAN

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Hemispheric-scale patterns of climate-related shifts in planktonic diatoms from North American and European lakes
pp. 2740-2754(15)
Authors: RÜHLAND, KATHLEEN; PATERSON, ANDREW M.; SMOL, JOHN P.

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Will increased storm disturbance affect the biodiversity of intertidal, nonscleractinian sessile fauna on coral reefs?
pp. 2755-2770(16)
Authors: WALKER, S. J.; DEGNAN, B. M.; HOOPER, J. N. A.; SKILLETER, G. A.

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Warming and drought alter C and N concentration, allocation and accumulation in a Mediterranean shrubland
pp. 2771-2771(1)
Authors: SARDANS, JORDI; PEÑUELAS, JOSEP; ESTIARTE, MARC; PRIETO, PATRICIA

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