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Volume 93, Number 3, June 2001

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Context dependent effects of ectomycorrhizal species richness on tree seedling productivity
pp. 353-364(12)
Authors: Jonsson, Lena M.; Nilsson, Marie-Charlotte; Wardle, David A.; Zackrisson, Olle

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Spatial variation in mink and muskrat interactions in Canada
pp. 365-375(11)
Authors: Erb, John; Boyce, Mark S.; Stenseth, Nils ChR.

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Partial life cycle analysis: a model for pre-breeding census data
pp. 376-387(12)
Authors: Oli, Madan K.; Zinner, Bertram

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Are goose nesting success and lemming cycles linked? Interplay between nest density and predators
pp. 388-400(13)
Authors: Bêty, Joël; Gauthier, Gilles; Giroux, Jean-François; Korpimäki, Erkki

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Hatch or wait? A dilemma in reptilian incubation
pp. 401-406(6)
Authors: Spencer, Ricky-John; Thompson, Michael B.; Banks, Peter B.

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Is assemblage variability related to environmental variability? An answer for riverine fish
pp. 419-428(10)
Authors: Oberdorff, Thierry; Hugueny, Bernard; Vigneron, Thibault

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Allochthonous aquatic insects increase predation and decrease herbivory in river shore food webs
pp. 429-438(10)
Authors: Henschel, Joh R.; Mahsberg, Dieter; Stumpf, Helmut

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Great tits, Parus major, lay too many eggs: experimental evidence in mid-boreal habitats
pp. 439-450(12)
Authors: Rytkönen, Seppo; Orell, Markku

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Organic matter quality in ecological studies: theory meets experiment
pp. 451-458(8)
Authors: Joffre, Richard; Ågren, Göran I.; Gillon, Dominique; Bosatta, Ernesto

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What determines territory configurations of badgers?
pp. 497-498(2)
Author: Doncaster, C. P.

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Spatial scaling laws may not apply to most animal species
pp. 499-504(6)
Author: Rohde, Klaus

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