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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 46, Number 1, February 2009

The sizes of species’ geographic ranges
pp. 1-9(9)
Authors: Gaston, Kevin J.; Fuller, Richard A.

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Road age and its importance in earthworm invasion of northern boreal forests
pp. 28-36(9)
Authors: Cameron, Erin K.; Bayne, Erin M.

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The importance of transport hubs in stepping-stone invasions
pp. 37-45(9)
Authors: Floerl, O.; Inglis, G. J.; Dey, K.; Smith, A.

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Internal borders for managing invasive marine species
pp. 46-54(9)
Authors: Forrest, Barrie M.; Gardner, Jonathan P. A.; Taylor, Michael D.

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Timber import and the risk of forest pest introductions
pp. 55-63(9)
Authors: Skarpaas, Olav; Økland, Bjørn

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Forecasting the potential distribution of the invasive tunicate Didemnum vexillum
pp. 64-72(9)
Authors: Herborg, Leif-Matthias; O’Hara, Patrick; Therriault, Thomas W.

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Indirect effects of invasive species removal devastate World Heritage Island
pp. 73-81(9)
Authors: Bergstrom, Dana M.; Lucieer, Arko; Kiefer, Kate; Wasley, Jane; Belbin, Lee; Pedersen, Tore K.; Chown, Steven L.

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Surrogacy and persistence in reserve selection: landscape prioritization for multiple taxa in Britain
pp. 82-91(10)
Authors: Franco, Aldina M. A.; Anderson, Barbara J.; Roy, David B.; Gillings, Simon; Fox, Richard; Moilanen, Atte; Thomas, Chris D.

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When to end releases in reintroduction programmes: demographic rates and population viability analysis of bearded vultures in the Alps
pp. 92-100(9)
Authors: Schaub, Michael; Zink, Richard; Beissmann, Helmut; Sarrazin, François; Arlettaz, Raphaël

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Environmental and economic factors determine the number of feral goats commercially harvested in Western Australia
pp. 101-109(9)
Authors: Forsyth, David M.; Parkes, John P.; Woolnough, Andrew P.; Pickles, Greg; Collins, Marnie; Gordon, Ian

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Using sighting records to declare eradication of an invasive species
pp. 110-117(8)
Authors: Rout, Tracy M.; Salomon, Yacov; McCarthy, Michael A.

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A hierarchical model for estimating density in camera-trap studies
pp. 118-127(10)
Authors: Royle, J. Andrew; Nichols, James D.; Karanth, K. Ullas; Gopalaswamy, Arjun M.

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Evaluation of trap capture in a geographically closed population of brown treesnakes on Guam
pp. 128-135(8)
Authors: Tyrrell, Claudine L.; Christy, Michelle T.; Rodda, Gordon H.; Yackel Adams, Amy A.; Ellingson, Aaron R.; Savidge, Julie A.; Dean-Bradley, Kathy; Bischof, Richard

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Estimating survival and movements using both live and dead recoveries: a case study of oystercatchers confronted with habitat change
pp. 144-153(10)
Authors: Duriez, Olivier; Sæther, Stein A.; Ens, Bruno J.; Choquet, Rémi; Pradel, Roger; Lambeck, Rob H. D.; Klaassen, Marcel

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Forecasting the combined effects of urbanization and climate change on stream ecosystems: from impacts to management options
pp. 154-163(10)
Authors: Nelson, Kären C.; Palmer, Margaret A.; Pizzuto, James E.; Moglen, Glenn E.; Angermeier, Paul L.; Hilderbrand, Robert H.; Dettinger, Michael; Hayhoe, Katharine

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Restoration and recovery from acidification in upland Welsh streams over 25 years
pp. 164-174(11)
Authors: Ormerod, S. J.; Durance, Isabelle

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Response of taxonomic groups in streams to gradients in resource and habitat characteristics
pp. 175-186(12)
Authors: Johnson, Richard K.; Hering, Daniel

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Mass flowering oilseed rape improves early colony growth but not sexual reproduction of bumblebees
pp. 187-193(7)
Authors: Westphal, C.; Steffan-Dewenter, I.; Tscharntke, T.

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Habitat area but not habitat age determines wild bee richness in limestone quarries
pp. 194-202(9)
Authors: Krauss, Jochen; Alfert, Thomas; Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf

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Why does Dasineura dielsi-induced galling of Acacia cyclops not impede vegetative growth?
pp. 214-222(9)
Authors: Moseley, C. T.; Cramer, M. D.; Kleinjan, C. A.; Hoffmann, J. H.

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What controls woodland regeneration after elephants have killed the big trees?
pp. 223-230(8)
Authors: Moe, Stein R.; Rutina, Lucas P.; Hytteborn, Håkan; du Toit, Johan T.

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The removal of woody encroachment restores biophysical gradients in Midwestern oak savannas
pp. 231-240(10)
Authors: Brudvig, Lars A.; Asbjornsen, Heidi

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Large river floodplain restoration: predicting species richness and trait responses to the restoration of hydrological connectivity
pp. 250-258(9)
Authors: Paillex, Amael; Dolédec, Sylvain; Castella, Emmanuel; Mérigoux, Sylvie

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