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

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Volume 21, Number 11, 1 November 2012

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Global analysis of satellite tracking data shows that adult green turtles are significantly aggregated in Marine Protected Areas
pp. 1053-1061(9)
Authors: Scott, Rebecca; Hodgson, David J.; Witt, Matthew J.; Coyne, Michael S.; Adnyana, Windia; Blumenthal, Janice M.; Broderick, Annette C.; Canbolat, Ali Fuat; Catry, Paulo; Ciccione, Stephane; Delcroix, Eric; Hitipeuw, Creusa; Luschi, Paolo; Pet‐Soede, L.; Pendoley, Kellie; Richardson, Peter B.; Rees, Alan F.; Godley, Brendan J.

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Predicting the century‐long post‐fire responses of reptiles
pp. 1062-1073(12)
Authors: Nimmo, Dale. G.; Kelly, Luke T.; Spence‐Bailey, Lisa M.; Watson, Simon J.; Haslem, Angie; White, John G.; Clarke, Mike F.; Bennett, Andrew F.

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Fuel shapes the fire–climate relationship: evidence from Mediterranean ecosystems
pp. 1074-1082(9)
Authors: Pausas, Juli G.; Paula, Susana

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Geographic isolation and climate govern the functional diversity of native fish communities in European drainage basins
pp. 1083-1095(13)
Authors: Schleuter, Diana; Daufresne, Martin; Veslot, Jacques; Mason, Norman W. H.; Lanoiselée, Cédric; Brosse, Sébastien; Beauchard, Olivier; Argillier, Christine

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Exploring the phylogenetic history of mammal species richness
pp. 1096-1105(10)
Authors: Davies, T. Jonathan; Buckley, Lauren B.

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Dispersal ability modulates the strength of the latitudinal richness gradient in European beetles
pp. 1106-1113(8)
Authors: Baselga, Andrés; Lobo, Jorge M.; Svenning, Jens‐Christian; Aragón, Pedro; Araújo, Miguel B.

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Using avatar species to model the potential distribution of emerging invaders
pp. 1114-1125(12)
Authors: Larson, Eric R.; Olden, Julian D.

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Invasive species distribution models – how violating the equilibrium assumption can create new insights
pp. 1126-1136(11)
Authors: Gallien, Laure; Douzet, Rolland; Pratte, Steve; Zimmermann, Niklaus E.; Thuiller, Wilfried

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