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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 43, Number 3, June 2006

Making better biogeographical predictions of species’ distributions
pp. 386-392(7)
Authors: GUISAN, ANTOINE; LEHMANN, ANTHONY; FERRIER, SIMON; AUSTIN, MIKE; OVERTON, JACOB MC. C.; ASPINALL, RICHARD; HASTIE, TREVOR

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Spatial modelling of biodiversity at the community level
pp. 393-404(12)
Authors: FERRIER, SIMON; GUISAN, ANTOINE

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Modelling distribution and abundance with presence-only data
pp. 405-412(8)
Authors: PEARCE, JENNIE L.; BOYCE, MARK S.

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Error and uncertainty in habitat models
pp. 413-423(11)
Authors: BARRY, SIMON; ELITH, JANE

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Modelling ecological niches with support vector machines
pp. 424-432(9)
Authors: DRAKE, JOHN M.; RANDIN, CHRISTOPHE; GUISAN, ANTOINE

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Consequences of spatial autocorrelation for niche-based models
pp. 433-444(12)
Authors: SEGURADO, P.; ARAÚJO, M. B.; KUNIN, W. E.

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Warm, windy winters drive cod north and homing of spawners keeps them there
pp. 445-453(9)
Authors: RINDORF, ANNA; LEWY, PETER

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Grassland-breeding waders: identifying key habitat requirements for management
pp. 454-463(10)
Authors: SMART, JENNIFER; GILL, JENNIFER A.; SUTHERLAND, WILLIAM J.; WATKINSON, ANDREW R.

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Impacts of sudden winter habitat loss on the body condition and survival of redshank Tringa totanus
pp. 464-473(10)
Authors: BURTON, NIALL H. K.; REHFISCH, MARK M.; CLARK, NIGEL A.; DODD, STEPHEN G.

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Floodplain restoration by reinforcing hydrological connectivity: expected effects on aquatic mollusc communities
pp. 474-484(11)
Authors: RECKENDORFER, WALTER; BARANYI, CHRISTIAN; FUNK, ANDREA; SCHIEMER, FRITZ

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Spring-fed wetland and riparian plant communities respond differently to altered grazing intensity
pp. 485-498(14)
Authors: JACKSON, RANDALL D.; ALLEN-DIAZ, BARBARA

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To graze or not to graze? Sheep, voles, forestry and nature conservation in the British uplands
pp. 499-505(7)
Authors: EVANS, DARREN M.; REDPATH, STEPHEN M.; ELSTON, DAVID A.; EVANS, SHARON A.; MITCHELL, RUTH J.; DENNIS, PETER

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Host resistance and the evolutionary response of plant viruses
pp. 506-516(11)
Authors: VAN DEN BOSCH, FRANK; AKUDIBILAH, GORDON; SEAL, SUE; JEGER, MIKE

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Continuous response functions for quantifying the strength of edge effects
pp. 527-536(10)
Authors: EWERS, ROBERT M.; DIDHAM, RAPHAEL K.

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Evaluating the power of monitoring plot designs for detecting long-term trends in the numbers of common guillemots
pp. 537-546(10)
Authors: SIMS, MICHELLE; WANLESS, SARAH; HARRIS, MICHAEL P.; MITCHELL, P. IAN; ELSTON, DAVID A.

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Using selective food plants to maximize biological control of vineyard pests
pp. 547-554(8)
Authors: BEGUM, MAHMUDA; GURR, GEOFF M.; WRATTEN, STEVE D.; HEDBERG, PETER R.; NICOL, HELEN I.

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Impact of transgenic potatoes expressing anti-bacterial agents on bacterial endophytes is comparable with the effects of plant genotype, soil type and pathogen infection
pp. 555-566(12)
Authors: RASCHE, FRANK; VELVIS, HENK; ZACHOW, CHRISTIN; BERG, GABRIELE; VAN ELSAS, JAN D.; SESSITSCH, ANGELA

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The impact of harvesting on a formerly endangered tropical bird: insights from life-history theory
pp. 567-575(9)
Authors: NICOLL, MALCOLM A. C.; JONES, CARL G.; NORRIS, KEN

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Assessing the viability of tiger subpopulations in a fragmented landscape
pp. 576-586(11)
Authors: LINKIE, MATTHEW; CHAPRON, GUILLAUME; MARTYR, DEBORAH J.; HOLDEN, JEREMY; LEADER-WILLIAMS, NIGEL

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