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Volume 181, Number 1, 3 August 2003

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Inside front cover
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Editorial board
pp. iii-iii(1)

Forest dynamics and ungulate herbivory: from leaf to landscape
pp. 1-12(12)
Authors: Weisberg, P.J.; Bugmann, H.

Damage to saplings by red deer (Cervus elaphus): effect of foliage height and structure
pp. 31-37(7)
Authors: Renaud, P.C.; Verheyden-Tixier, H.; Dumont, B.

Herbage selection by cattle on sub-alpine wood pastures
pp. 39-50(12)
Authors: Mayer, A.C.; Stockli, V.; Huovinen, C.; Konold, W.; Estermann, B.L.; Kreuzer, M.

Ungulates as drivers of tree population dynamics at module and genet levels
pp. 67-76(10)
Authors: Danell, K.; Bergstrom, R.; Edenius, L.; Ericsson, G.

Predation risk and the functional response of elk-aspen herbivory
pp. 77-97(21)
Authors: White, C.A.; Feller, M.C.; Bayley, S.

Long-term influences of introduced deer on the composition and structure of New Zealand Nothofagus forests
pp. 99-117(19)
Authors: Husheer, S.W.; Coomes, D.A.; Robertson, A.W.

Impact of large herbivores on mountain forest stands in the Beskydy Mountains
pp. 119-129(11)
Authors: Homolka, M.; Heroldova, M.

Breakage of rowan caused by red deer-an important factor for Sorbeto-Piceetum stand regeneration?
pp. 131-138(8)
Authors: Heroldova, M.; Homolka, M.; Kamler, J.V.

Direct and indirect effects of white-tailed deer in forest ecosystems
pp. 165-176(12)
Authors: Rooney, T.P.; Waller, D.M.

Impact of herbivory by red deer (Cervus elaphus L.) on patterns and processes in subalpine grasslands in the Swiss National Park
pp. 177-188(12)
Authors: Schutz, M.; Risch, A.C.; Leuzinger, E.; Krusi, B.O.; Achermann, G.

Do ungulates accelerate or decelerate nitrogen cycling?
pp. 189-204(16)
Authors: Singer, F.J.; Schoenecker, K.A.

The interacting effects of ungulates and fire on forest dynamics: an analysis using the model FORSPACE
pp. 205-222(18)
Authors: Kramer, K.; Groen, T.A.; van Wieren, S.E.

A long-term perspective on ungulate-vegetation interactions
pp. 267-280(14)
Authors: Bradshaw, R.H.W.; Hannon, G.E.; Lister, A.M.

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