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Volume 118, Number 9, September 2009

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Scale as a lurking factor: incorporating scale-dependence in experimental ecology
pp. 1284-1291(8)
Authors: Sandel, Brody; Smith, Adam B.

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Limitation of population recovery: a stochastic approach to the case of the emperor penguin
pp. 1292-1298(7)
Authors: Jenouvrier, Stéphanie; Barbraud, Christophe; Weimerskirch, Henri; Caswell, Hal

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What shapes intra-specific variation in home range size? A case study of female roe deer
pp. 1299-1306(8)
Authors: Saïd, Sonia; Gaillard, Jean-Michel; Widmer, Olivier; Débias, François; Bourgoin, Gilles; Delorme, Daniel; Roux, Céline

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Salmon species, density and watershed size predict magnitude of marine enrichment in riparian food webs
pp. 1307-1318(12)
Authors: Hocking, Morgan D.; Reimchen, Thomas E.

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Context-dependent effects of predator removal from experimental microcosm communities
pp. 1319-1326(8)
Authors: Worsfold, Nicholas T.; Warren, Philip H.; Petchey, Owen L.

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Spatial heterogeneity increases the importance of species richness for an ecosystem process
pp. 1335-1342(8)
Authors: Griffin, John N.; Jenkins, Stuart R.; Gamfeldt, Lars; Jones, Douglas; Hawkins, Stephen J.; Thompson, Richard C.

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Dispersal, edaphic fidelity and speciation in species-rich Western Australian shrublands: evaluating a neutral model of biodiversity
pp. 1349-1362(14)
Authors: Perry, G. L. W; Enright, N. J; Miller, B. P; Lamont, B. B; Etienne, R. S

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Foraging behaviour of predators in heterogeneous landscapes: the role of perceptual ability and diet breadth
pp. 1363-1372(10)
Authors: Bianchi, F. J. J. A; Schellhorn, N. A; van der Werf, W.

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Fire-mediated interactions between shrubs in a South American temperate savannah
pp. 1383-1395(13)
Authors: Biganzoli, Fernando; Wiegand, Thorsten; Batista, William B.

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Hidden costs to an invasive intraguild predator from chemically defended native prey
pp. 1396-1404(9)
Authors: Sloggett, John J.; Haynes, Kenneth F.; Obrycki, John J.

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How human disturbance of tropical rainforest can influence avian fruit removal
pp. 1405-1415(11)
Authors: Lefevre, Kara L.; Rodd, F. Helen

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Geographic variation in sterilizing parasite species and the Red Queen
pp. 1416-1420(5)
Authors: King, Kayla C.; Lively, Curtis M.

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Multiple predators induce risk reduction in coexisting vole species
pp. 1421-1429(9)
Authors: Hoset, Katrine S.; Koivisto, Elina; Huitu, Otso; Ylönen, Hannu; Korpimäki, Erkki

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The functional consequences of diversity in plant–pollinator interactions
pp. 1430-1440(11)
Authors: Perfectti, Francisco; Gómez, José M.; Bosch, Jordi

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