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Life path analysis: scaling indicates priming effects of social and habitat factors on dispersal distances
Kenward, R. E.; Walls, S. S.; Hodder, K. H.
Predator behaviour and prey density: evaluating density-dependent intraspecific interactions on predator functional responses
P. Anders, Nilsson
A hidden cost of reproduction: the trade-off between clutch size and escape take-off speed in female zebra finches
Veasey, Jake S.; Houston, David C.; Metcalfe, Neil B.
Non-competitive phenotypic differences can have a strong effect on ideal free distributions
Ruxton, Graeme D.; Humphries, Stuart; Farnsworth, Keith D.
Field test for environmental correlates of dispersal in hedgehogs Erinaceus europaeus
C. Patrick, Doncaster; Carlo, Rondinini; Paul C. D., Johnson
Climate change and breeding success: decline of the capercaillie in Scotland
Moss, Robert; Oswald, James; Baines, David
The individual optimization of fitness: variation in reproductive output, including clutch size, mean nestling mass and offspring recruitment, in manipulated broods of great tits Parus major
Pettifor, R. A.; Perrins, C. M.; McCleery, R. H.
Effects of intra- and interspecific interactions on species responses to environmental change
Jeremy W., Fox; Peter J., Morin
Healthy wrinkles for population dynamics: unevenly spread resources can support more users
C. Patrick, Doncaster
Scale invariant spatio-temporal patterns of field vole density
Mackinnon, James L.; Petty, Steve J.; Elston, David A.; Thomas, Chris J.; Sherratt, ToM. N.; Lambin, X.
Population density of migratory and resident brown trout (Salmo trutta) in relation to altitude: evidence for a migration cost
Bohlin, T.; Pettersson, J.; Degerman, E.
Spatio-temporal variation of avian foraging in the rocky intertidal food web
Hori, Masakazu; Noda, Takashi
Factors affecting first-year survival in grey seals and their implications for life history strategy
Ailsa J., Hall; Bernie J., McConnell; Richard J., Barker
Rate-maximizing optimality models predict when oystercatchers exploit a cohort of the bivalve Scrobicularia plana over a 7-year time span
Wanink, Jan H.; Zwarts, Leo
Long-term variability in secondary production of an intertidal bivalve population is primarily a matter of recruitment variability
Van Der Meer, Jaap; Beukema, Jan J.; Dekker, Rob
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