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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 29, Number 7, July 2002

Estimated migration rates under scenarios of global climate change
pp. 835-849(15)
Authors: Malcolm, Jay R.; Markham, Adam; Neilson, Ronald P.; Garaci, Michael

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Digitization and geo-referencing of botanical distribution maps
pp. 851-856(6)
Authors: Schölzel, Christian A.; Hense, Andreas; Hübl, Peter; Kühl, Norbert; Litt, Thomas

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A comparison of δ13C ratios of surface soils in savannas and forests in Amazonia
pp. 857-863(7)
Authors: Magnusson, W. E.; Sanaiotti, T. M.; Lima, A. P.; Martinelli, L. A.; Victoria, R. L.; de Araújo, M. C; Albernaz, A. L.

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The relative abundance of three plant functional types in temperate grasslands and shrublands of North and South America: effects of projected climate change
pp. 875-888(14)
Authors: Epstein, Howard E.; Gill, Richard A.; Paruelo, Jose M.; Lauenroth, William K.; Jia, Gensuo J.; Burke, Ingrid C.

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Determinants of plant species richness on small Bahamian islands
pp. 931-941(11)
Author: Morrison, Lloyd W.

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Elevated genetic heterogeneity and Pleistocene climatic instability: inferences from nrDNA in New Zealand Coprosma (Rubiaceae)
pp. 943-954(12)
Authors: Wichman, Stephen R.; Wright, Shane D.; Cameron, Ewen K.; Keeling, D. Jeannette; Gardner, Richard C.

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Monitoring vegetation: a science in flux?
pp. 971-972(2)
Author: MIDGLEY, GUY

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Erratum
pp. 975-975(1)

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