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Volume 19, Number 2, Number 2/February 2006

Social Science in the Context of the Long Term Ecological Research Program
pp. 93-100(8)
Authors: Gragson, Ted; Grove, Morgan

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Drivers of Spatial Variation in Plant Diversity Across the Central Arizona-Phoenix Ecosystem
pp. 101-116(16)
Authors: Hope, Diane; Gries, Corinna; Casagrande, David; Redman, Charles; Grimm, Nancy; Martin, Chris

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Data and Methods Comparing Social Structure and Vegetation Structure of Urban Neighborhoods in Baltimore, Maryland
pp. 117-136(20)
Authors: Morgan Grove, J.; Cadenasso, Mary; Burch, William; Pickett, Steward; Schwarz, Kirsten; O'Neil-Dunne, Jarlath; Wilson, Matthew; Troy, Austin; Boone, Christopher

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Disproportionality as a Framework for Linking Social and Biophysical Systems
pp. 153-173(21)
Authors: Nowak, Pete; Bowen, Sarah; Cabot, Perry

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Land Use Legacies and the Future of Southern Appalachia
pp. 175-190(16)
Authors: Gragson, Ted; Bolstad, Paul

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