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

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 20, Number 2, March 2011

Meta-analysis reveals the importance of matrix composition for animals in fragmented habitat
pp. 209-217(9)
Authors: Watling, James I.; Nowakowski, A. Justin; Donnelly, Maureen A.; Orrock, John L.

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Trophic level scales positively with body size in fishes
pp. 231-240(10)
Authors: Romanuk, Tamara N.; Hayward, April; Hutchings, Jeffrey A.

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Spatial patterns of wood traits in China are controlled by phylogeny and the environment
pp. 241-250(10)
Authors: Zhang, Shi-Bao; Slik, J. W. Ferry; Zhang, Jiao-Lin; Cao, Kun-Fang

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The formation of species pools: historical habitat abundance affects current local diversity
pp. 251-259(9)
Authors: Zobel, Martin; Otto, Rüdiger; Laanisto, Lauri; Naranjo-Cigala, Agustín; Pärtel, Meelis; Fernández-Palacios, José María

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‘Ecologically complex carbon’– linking biodiversity values, carbon storage and habitat structure in some austral temperate forests
pp. 260-271(12)
Authors: Hatanaka, Narelle; Wright, Wendy; Loyn, Richard H.; Mac Nally, Ralph

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Revisiting the historical distribution of Seasonally Dry Tropical Forests: new insights based on palaeodistribution modelling and palynological evidencegeb
pp. 272-288(17)
Authors: Werneck, Fernanda P.; Costa, Gabriel C.; Colli, Guarino R.; Prado, Darién E.; Sites Jr, Jack W.

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Climate-induced increase of moth multivoltinism in boreal regions
pp. 289-298(10)
Authors: Pöyry, Juha; Leinonen, Reima; Söderman, Guy; Nieminen, Marko; Heikkinen, Risto K.; Carter, Timothy R.

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Distinguishing local from global climate influences in the variation of carbon status with altitude in a tree line species
pp. 307-318(12)
Authors: Fajardo, Alex; Piper, Frida I.; Cavieres, Lohengrin A.

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Predicting the number of known and unknown species in European seas using rates of description
pp. 319-330(12)
Authors: Costello, Mark J.; Wilson, Simon P.

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Does a top predator suppress the abundance of an invasive mesopredator at a continental scale?
pp. 343-353(11)
Authors: Letnic, Mike; Greenville, Aaron; Denny, Elizabeth; Dickman, Christopher R.; Tischler, Max; Gordon, Christopher; Koch, Freya

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