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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 31, Number 5, May 2004

A world-wide study of high altitude treeline temperatures
pp. 713-732(20)
Authors: K├Ârner, Christian; Paulsen, Jens

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Earliest Holocene vegetation history and island biogeography of the Isle of Man, British Isles
pp. 761-772(12)
Authors: Innes, J. B.; Chiverrell, R. C.; Blackford, J. J.; Davey, P. J.; Gonzalez, S.; Rutherford, M. M.; Tomlinson, P. R.

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Explaining grass-nutrient patterns in a savanna rangeland of southern Africa
pp. 819-829(11)
Authors: Mutanga, Onisimo; Prins, Herbert H.T.; Skidmore, Andrew K.; Wieren, Sipke; Huizing, Herman; Grant, Rina; Peel, Mike; Biggs, Harry

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Spatial congruence of ecological transition at the regional scale in South Africa
pp. 843-854(12)
Authors: van Rensburg, Berndt J.; Koleff, Patricia; Gaston, Kevin J.; Chown, Steven L.

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The ultimate expanding earth hypothesis
pp. 855-857(3)
Author: Briggs, John C.

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Suppression of wildfires and ideas
pp. 859-860(2)
Author: Bowman, David

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