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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 120, Number 12, 1 December 2011

Partial migration: an introduction
pp. 1761-1763(3)
Authors: Chapman, Ben B.; Brönmark, Christer; Nilsson, Jan‐Åke; Hansson, Lars‐Anders

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The ecology and evolution of partial migration
pp. 1764-1775(12)
Authors: Chapman, Ben B.; Brönmark, Christer; Nilsson, Jan‐Åke; Hansson, Lars‐Anders

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Basal metabolic rate and energetic cost of thermoregulation among migratory and resident blue tits
pp. 1784-1789(6)
Authors: Nilsson, Anna L. K.; Nilsson, Jan‐Åke; Alerstam, Thomas

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Partial migration in roe deer: migratory and resident tactics are end points of a behavioural gradient determined by ecological factors
pp. 1790-1802(13)
Authors: Cagnacci, Francesca; Focardi, Stefano; Heurich, Marco; Stache, Anja; Hewison, A. J. Mark; Morellet, Nicolas; Kjellander, Petter; Linnell, John D. C.; Mysterud, Atle; Neteler, Markus; Delucchi, Luca; Ossi, Federico; Urbano, Ferdinando

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Partial migration in expanding red deer populations at northern latitudes – a role for density dependence?
pp. 1817-1825(9)
Authors: Mysterud, Atle; Loe, Leif Egil; Zimmermann, Barbara; Bischof, Richard; Veiberg, Vebjørn; Meisingset, Erling

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Interplay between temperature, fish partial migration and trophic dynamics
pp. 1838-1846(9)
Authors: Brodersen, Jakob; Nicolle, Alice; Nilsson, P. Anders; Skov, Christian; Brönmark, Christer; Hansson, Lars‐Anders

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The equilibrium population size of a partially migratory population and its response to environmental change
pp. 1847-1859(13)
Authors: Griswold, Cortland K.; Taylor, Caz M.; Norris, D. Ryan

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To breed or not to breed: a model of partial migration
pp. 1871-1879(9)
Authors: Shaw, Allison K.; Levin, Simon A.

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Away‐field advantage: mangrove seedlings grow best in litter from other mangrove species
pp. 1880-1888(9)
Authors: Chapman, Samantha K.; Feller, Ilka C.

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Microparasite species richness in rodents is higher at lower latitudes and is associated with reduced litter size
pp. 1889-1896(8)
Authors: Bordes, Frédéric; Guégan, Jean François; Morand, Serge

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Ecological factors associated with the strength of trophic cascades in streams
pp. 1897-1908(12)
Authors: Kurle, Carolyn M.; Cardinale, Bradley J.

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Components of tree resilience: effects of successive low‐growth episodes in old ponderosa pine forests
pp. 1909-1920(12)
Authors: Lloret, Francisco; Keeling, Eric G.; Sala, Anna

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