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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 25, Number 4, July 1998

Equilibrium theory and alternative stable equilibria
pp. 615-622(8)
Authors: Stott, Philip; WARD, SEAMUS A.; THORNTON, IAN W. B.

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Stand structure of the emergent conifer Agathis ovata in forest and maquis, Province Sud, New Caledonia
pp. 641-648(8)
Authors: Stott, Philip; Enright, N. J.; Goldblum, D.

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Interannual variability of NDVI and its relationship to climate for North American shrublands and grasslands
pp. 721-733(13)
Authors: Stott, Philip; Paruelo, José M.; Lauenroth, William K.

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Disturbance and climatic influences on age structure of ponderosa pine at the pine/grassland ecotone, Colorado Front Range
pp. 743-755(13)
Authors: Stott, Philip; Mast, Joy Nystrom; Veblen, Thomas T.; Linhart, Yan B.

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Pre‐mission invasion of Erodium cicutarium in California
pp. 757-762(6)
Authors: Stott, Philip; Mensing, Scott; Byrne, Roger

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Species richness patterns of amphibians in southwestern Ontario ponds
pp. 763-772(10)
Authors: Stott, Philip; Hecnar, Stephen J.; M'Closkey, Robert T.

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Effects of stream size on bird community structure in coastal temperate forests of the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A.
pp. 773-782(10)
Authors: Stott, Philip; Lock1, Patricia A.; Naiman, Robert J.

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Area‐relationships in the Neotropical lowlands: an hypothesis based on raw distributions of Passerine birds
pp. 783-793(11)
Authors: Stott, Philip; Bates, John M.; Hackett, Shannon J.; Cracraft, Joel

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Latitudinal patterns of mammalian species richness in the New World: the effects of sampling method and faunal group
pp. 795-805(11)
Authors: Stott, Philip; Kaufman, Dawn M.; Willig, Michael R.

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Landmark volume
pp. 807-808(2)
Authors: Stott, Philip; RUNDEL, PHILIP W.

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Life in the fast lane?
pp. 808-809(2)
Authors: Stott, Philip; WOODWARD, F.I.

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‘This is the desert. Nobody lives there …’
pp. 809-809(1)
Authors: Stott, Philip; MÜLLER, EDWALD

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Advancing knowledge of neotropical montane forests
pp. 809-810(2)
Authors: Stott, Philip; GUARIGUATA, MANUEL R.

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Harvard University
pp. 811-811(1)
Author: Stott, Philip

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