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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 37, Number 1, January 2010

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Leaf life span as a simple predictor of evergreen forest zonation in China
pp. 27-36(10)
Authors: Zhang, Lin; Luo, Tianxiang; Zhu, Huazhong; Daly, Christopher; Deng, Kunmei

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Random Forest characterization of upland vegetation and management burning from aerial imagery
pp. 37-46(10)
Authors: Chapman, Daniel S.; Bonn, Aletta; Kunin, William E.; Cornell, Stephen J.

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A weak upward elevational shift in the distributions of breeding birds in the Italian Alps
pp. 57-67(11)
Authors: Popy, Simon; Bordignon, Lucio; Prodon, Roger

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Disturbance facilitates rapid range expansion of aspen into higher elevations of the Rocky Mountains under a warming climate
pp. 68-76(9)
Authors: Landhäusser, Simon M.; Deshaies, Dominique; Lieffers, Victor J.

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Explosive evolution of an ancient group of Cyphophthalmi (Arachnida: Opiliones) in the Balkan Peninsula
pp. 90-102(13)
Authors: Murienne, Jérôme; Karaman, Ivo; Giribet, Gonzalo

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Contrasting phylogeographical patterns for springtails reflect different evolutionary histories between the Antarctic Peninsula and continental Antarctica
pp. 103-119(17)
Authors: McGaughran, Angela; Torricelli, Giulia; Carapelli, Antonio; Frati, Francesco; Stevens, Mark I.; Convey, Peter; Hogg, Ian D.

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Biogeographical patterns of blood parasite lineage diversity in avian hosts from southern Melanesian islands
pp. 120-132(13)
Authors: Ishtiaq, Farah; Clegg, Sonya M.; Phillimore, Albert B.; Black, Richard A.; Owens, Ian P. F.; Sheldon, Ben C.

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Genetic evaluation of marine biogeographical barriers: perspectives from two widespread Indo-Pacific snappers (Lutjanus kasmira and Lutjanus fulvus)
pp. 133-147(15)
Authors: Gaither, Michelle R.; Toonen, Robert J.; Robertson, D. Ross; Planes, Serge; Bowen, Brian W.

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The inshore fish faunas over soft substrates and reefs on the tropical west coast of Australia differ and change with latitude and bioregion
pp. 148-169(22)
Authors: Travers, M. J.; Potter, I. C.; Clarke, K. R.; Newman, S. J.; Hutchins, J. B.

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How many buffalo does it take to change a savanna? A response to
pp. 193-195(3)
Authors: Petty, Aaron M.; Werner, Patricia A.

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