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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 47, Number 4, August 2010

Beyond taxonomy: a review of macroinvertebrate trait-based community descriptors as tools for freshwater biomonitoring
pp. 711-719(9)
Authors: Menezes, Salomé; Baird, Donald J.; Soares, Amadeu M. V. M.

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Do changes in the frequency, magnitude and timing of extreme climatic events threaten the population viability of coastal birds?
pp. 720-730(11)
Authors: van de Pol, Martijn; Ens, Bruno J.; Heg, Dik; Brouwer, Lyanne; Krol, Johan; Maier, Martin; Exo, Klaus-Michael; Oosterbeek, Kees; Lok, Tamar; Eising, Corine M.; Koffijberg, Kees

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Bioclimate envelope model predictions for natural resource management: dealing with uncertainty
pp. 731-740(10)
Authors: Mbogga, Michael S.; Wang, Xianli; Hamann, Andreas

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Do changes in environmental and fishing pressures impact marine communities? An empirical assessment
pp. 741-750(10)
Authors: Rochet, Marie-Joëlle; Trenkel, Verena M.; Carpentier, André; Coppin, Franck; de Sola, Luis Gil; Léauté, Jean-Pierre; Mahé, Jean-Claude; Maiorano, Porzia; Mannini, Alessandro; Murenu, Matteo; Piet, GerJan; Politou, Chrissi-Yianna; Reale, Bruno; Spedicato, Maria-Teresa; Tserpes, George; Bertrand, Jacques A.

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Unravelling migratory connectivity in marine turtles using multiple methods
pp. 769-778(10)
Authors: Godley, Brendan J.; Barbosa, Castro; Bruford, Michael; Broderick, Annette C.; Catry, Paulo; Coyne, Michael S.; Formia, Angela; Hays, Graeme C.; Witt, Matthew J.

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Improving the design and management of forest strips in human-dominated tropical landscapes: a field test on Amazonian dung beetles
pp. 779-788(10)
Authors: Barlow, Jos; Louzada, Julio; Parry, Luke; Hernández, Malva I.M.; Hawes, Joseph; Peres, Carlos A.; Vaz-de-Mello, Fernando Z.; Gardner, Toby A.

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Butterfly and plant specialists suffer from reduced connectivity in fragmented landscapes
pp. 799-809(11)
Authors: Brückmann, Sabrina V.; Krauss, Jochen; Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf

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Pollination services decline with distance from natural habitat even in biodiversity-rich areas
pp. 810-820(11)
Authors: Carvalheiro, Luísa G.; Seymour, Colleen L.; Veldtman, Ruan; Nicolson, Susan W.

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Growth responses of neotropical trees to logging gaps
pp. 821-831(11)
Authors: Herault, Bruno; Ouallet, Julia; Blanc, Lilian; Wagner, Fabien; Baraloto, Christopher

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Effects of agricultural intensification on plant diversity in Mediterranean dryland cereal fields
pp. 832-840(9)
Authors: José-María, Laura; Armengot, Laura; Blanco-Moreno, José M.; Bassa, Montserrat; Sans, F. Xavier

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Influence of vegetation clutter on the capacity of ground foraging bats to capture prey
pp. 850-858(9)
Authors: Rainho, Ana; Augusto, Ana M.; Palmeirim, Jorge M.

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Twenty years of rest returns grazing potential, but not palatable plant diversity, to Karoo rangeland, South Africa
pp. 859-867(9)
Authors: Seymour, Colleen L.; Milton, Suzanne J.; Joseph, Grant S.; Dean, W. Richard J.; Ditlhobolo, Tsholofelo; Cumming, Graeme S.

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Mechanisms linking plant species richness to foraging of a large herbivore
pp. 868-875(8)
Authors: Wang, Ling; Wang, Deli; He, Zhengbiao; Liu, Guofang; Hodgkinson, Kenneth C.

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Variation in the effects of vertebrate grazing on fire potential between grassland structural types
pp. 876-883(8)
Authors: Leonard, Steve; Kirkpatrick, Jamie; Marsden-Smedley, Jonathan

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Red flag for green spray: adverse trophic effects of Bti on breeding birds
pp. 884-889(6)
Authors: Poulin, Brigitte; Lefebvre, Gaetan; Paz, Leire

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Cadmium pollution triggers a positive biodiversity–productivity relationship: evidence from a laboratory microcosm experiment
pp. 890-898(9)
Authors: Li, Jin-Tian; Duan, Hong-Nan; Li, Shao-Peng; Kuang, Jia-Liang; Zeng, Yi; Shu, Wen-Sheng

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Culling wildlife hosts to control disease: mountain hares, red grouse and louping ill virus
pp. 926-930(5)
Authors: Harrison, Annabel; Newey, Scott; Gilbert, Lucy; Haydon, Daniel T; Thirgood, Simon

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Sanitary versus environmental policies: fitting together two pieces of the puzzle of European vulture conservation
pp. 931-935(5)
Authors: Margalida, Antoni; Donázar, José A.; Carrete, Martina; Sánchez-Zapata, José A.

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Biases in the analysis of stable isotope discrimination in food webs
pp. 936-941(6)
Authors: Auerswald, Karl; Wittmer, Maximilian H. O. M.; Zazzo, Antoine; Schäufele, Rudi; Schnyder, Hans

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Laboratory measures of isotope discrimination factors:comments on
pp. 942-947(6)
Authors: Perga, Marie-Elodie; Grey, Jonathan

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Trophic experiments to estimate isotope discrimination factors
pp. 948-954(7)
Authors: Caut, Stephane; Angulo, Elena; Courchamp, Franck; Figuerola, Jordi

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