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Global Ecology & Biogeography was previously published as Global Ecology & Biogeography Letters.

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 14, Number 4, July 2005

Energy flux, body size and density in relation to bird species richness along an elevational gradient in Taiwan
pp. 299-306(8)
Authors: Ding, Tzung-Su; Yuan, Hsiao-Wei; Geng, Shu; Lin, Yao-Sung; Lee, Pei-Fen

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Late Holocene opening of the forest tundra landscape in northern Québec, Canada
pp. 307-313(7)
Authors: Asselin, Hugo; Payette, Serge

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Mapping gradual landscape-scale floristic changes in Amazonian primary rain forests by combining ordination and remote sensing
pp. 315-325(11)
Authors: Thessler, Sirpa; Ruokolainen, Kalle; Tuomisto, Hanna; Tomppo, Erkki

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Altitudinal variation of dung beetle (Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae) assemblages in the Colombian Andes
pp. 327-337(11)
Authors: Escobar, Federico; Lobo, Jorge M.; Halffter, Gonzalo

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The interspecific range size–body size relationship in Australian frogs
pp. 339-345(7)
Authors: Murray, Brad R.; Hose, Grant C.

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Niche properties and geographical extent as predictors of species sensitivity to climate change
pp. 347-357(11)
Authors: Thuiller, Wilfried; Lavorel, Sandra; Araújo, Miguel B.

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Changes in the diversity structure of avian assemblages in North America
pp. 367-378(12)
Authors: La Sorte, Frank A.; Boecklen, William J.

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