Global Ecology & Biogeography was previously published as Global Ecology & Biogeography Letters.
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Applying natural forestry concepts in an intensively managed landscape: ECOLOGICAL SOUNDING
Peterken, G. F.
Integrating species and habitat data for nature conservation in Great Britain: data sources and methods: RESEARCH REVIEW
Griffiths, G. H.; Eversham, B. C.; Roy, D. B.
What causes the vegetation types on Mount Bloomfield,a coastal tropical mountain of the western Philippines?: RESEARCH LETTER
Proctor, J.; Bruijnzeel, L. A.; Baker, A. J. M.
New data on the history of the plateau forest of Okomu, southern Nigeria: an insight into how human disturbance has shaped the African rain forest: RESEARCH LETTER
White, LeE. J. T.; Oates, JohN. F.
Changing the surface of our planet — results from studies of the global ecosystem: GCTE/LUCC EDITORIAL
Cramer, Wolfgang; Whittaker, Robert J.
Global land cover characterization from satellite data: from research to operational implementation?: GCTE/LUCC RESEARCH REVIEW
Defries, R. S.; Townshend, J. R. G.
Estimating historical changes in land cover:North American croplands from 1850 to 1992: GCTE/LUCC RESEARCH ARTICLE
Ramankutty, Navin; Foley, Jonathan A.
Deep-rooted vegetation, Amazonian deforestation, and climate: results from a modelling study: GCTE/LUCC RESEARCH LETTER
Kleidon, Axel; Heimann, Martin