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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Volume 72, Number 6, November 2003

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On the relation between temporal variability and persistence time in animal populations
pp. 899-908(10)
Authors: Inchausti, Pablo; Halley, John

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Trophic facilitation by introduced top predators: grey wolf subsidies to scavengers in Yellowstone National Park
pp. 909-916(8)
Authors: Wilmers, Christopher C.; Crabtree, Robert L.; Smith, Douglas W.; Murphy, Kerry M.; Getz, Wayne M.

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Experimental manipulation of habitat structure: a retrogression of the small mammal succession
pp. 927-940(14)
Authors: Fox, Barry J.; Taylor, Jennifer E.; Thompson, Peter T.

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Population consequences of mutual attraction between settling and adult barnacles
pp. 941-952(12)
Authors: Kent, Adam; Hawkins, Stephen J.; Doncaster, C. Patrick

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Detection of imperfect population synchrony in an uncertain world
pp. 953-968(16)
Authors: Cazelles, Bernard; Stone, Lewi

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Linking landscape patterns of resource distribution with models of aggregation in ovipositing stream insects
pp. 969-978(10)
Authors: Lancaster, Jill; Downes, Barbara J.; Reich, Paul

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Sex differences in diving at multiple temporal scales in a size-dimorphic capital breeder
pp. 979-993(15)
Authors: Beck, Carrie A.; Bowen, W. Don; McMillan, Jim I.; Iverson, Sara J.

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Strong context-dependent virulence in a host–parasite system: reconciling genetic evidence with theory
pp. 994-1002(9)
Authors: Brown, Mark J. F.; Schmid-Hempel, Regula; Schmid-Hempel, Paul

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Communal roosts as structured information centres in the raven, Corvus corax
pp. 1003-1014(12)
Authors: Wright, Jonathan; Stone, Richard E.; Brown, Nigel

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Caddisfly diapause aggregations facilitate benthic invertebrate colonization
pp. 1015-1026(12)
Authors: McCabe, Declan J.; Gotelli, Nicholas J.

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Estimating natal dispersal movement rates of female European ducks with multistate modelling
pp. 1027-1042(16)
Authors: Blums, Peter; Nichols, James D.; Hines, James E.; Lindberg, Mark S.; Mednis, Aivars

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Recovery rates of benthic communities following physical disturbance
pp. 1043-1056(14)
Authors: Dernie, K. M.; Kaiser, M. J.; Warwick, R. M.

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Life-history consequences of partial-moult asymmetry
pp. 1057-1063(7)
Authors: Brommer, Jon E.; Pihlajamäki, Outi; Kolunen, Heikki; Pietiäinen, Hannu

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The population dynamical implications of covert infections in host–microparasite interactions
pp. 1064-1072(9)
Authors: Boots, Michael; Greenman, Jon; Ross, David; Norman, Rachel; Hails, Rosie; Sait, Steven

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Territorial behaviour and population dynamics in red grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus. I. Population experiments
pp. 1073-1082(10)
Authors: Mougeot, François; Redpath, Steve M.; Moss, Robert; Matthiopoulos, Jason; Hudson, Peter J.

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Territorial behaviour and population dynamics in red grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus. II. Population models
pp. 1083-1096(14)
Authors: Matthiopoulos, Jason; Moss, Robert; Mougeot, François; Lambin, Xavier; Redpath, Steve M.

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Index
pp. 1097-1102(6)

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Erratum
pp. 1103-1103(1)

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