Global Ecology & Biogeography was previously published as Global Ecology & Biogeography Letters.
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Developing an approach to defining the potential distributions of invasive plant species: a case study of Hakea species in South Africa
Le Maitre, David C.; Thuiller, Wilfried; Schonegevel, Lucille
Do arthropod assemblages display globally consistent responses to intensified agricultural land use and management?
Attwood, S. J.; Maron, M.; House, A. P. N.; Zammit, C.
Ecological biogeography of cephalopod molluscs in the Atlantic Ocean: historical and contemporary causes of coastal diversity patterns
Rosa, Rui; Dierssen, Heidi M.; Gonzalez, Liliana; Seibel, Brad A.
The maintenance of a positive spatial correlation between South African bird species richness and human population density
Hugo, Sanet; van Rensburg, Berndt J.
Patterns of island occupancy in bats: influences of area and isolation on insular incidence of volant mammals
Frick, Winifred F.; Hayes, John P.; Heady III, Paul A.
Reproductive output of invasive versus native plants
Mason, Robert A. B.; Cooke, Julia; Moles, Angela T.; Leishman, Michelle R.
Contrasting alien and native plant species–area relationships: the importance of spatial grain and extent
Hulme, Philip E.
Global patterns in fruiting seasons
Ting, Steven; Hartley, Stephen; Burns, K. C.
Continental-scale tree population response to rapid climate change, competition and disturbance
Peros, Matthew C.; Gajewski, K.; Viau, André E.
Optimal foraging constrains macroecological patterns: body size and dietary niche breadth in lizards
Costa, Gabriel C.; Vitt, Laurie J.; Pianka, Eric R.; Mesquita, Daniel O.; Colli, Guarino R.