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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 48, Number 2, April 2011

Determining appropriate goals for restoration of imperilled communities and species
pp. 275-279(5)
Authors: Thorpe, Andrea S.; Stanley, Amanda G.

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Basic ecological theory can inform habitat restoration for woodland birds
pp. 293-300(8)
Authors: Huth, Neil; Possingham, Hugh P.

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The effects of changing land use and browsing on aspen abundance and regeneration: a 50-year perspective from Sweden
pp. 301-309(9)
Authors: Edenius, Lars; Ericsson, Göran; Kempe, Göran; Bergström, Roger; Danell, Kjell

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Effect of biodiversity on economic benefits from communal lands in Namibia
pp. 310-316(7)
Authors: Naidoo, Robin; Weaver, L. Chris; Stuart-Hill, Greg; Tagg, Jo

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Cost-effectiveness of strategies to establish a European bison metapopulation in the Carpathians
pp. 317-329(13)
Authors: Kuemmerle, Tobias; Perzanowski, Kajetan; Akçakaya, H. Resit; Beaudry, Frederic; Van Deelen, Timothy R.; Parnikoza, Ivan; Khoyetskyy, Pavlo; Waller, Donald M.; Radeloff, Volker C.

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Cost-effectiveness of plant and animal biodiversity indicators in tropical forest and agroforest habitats
pp. 330-339(10)
Authors: Kessler, Michael; Abrahamczyk, Stefan; Bos, Merijn; Buchori, Damayanti; Putra, Dadang Dwi; Robbert Gradstein, S.; Höhn, Patrick; Kluge, Jürgen; Orend, Friederike; Pitopang, Ramadhaniel; Saleh, Shahabuddin; Schulze, Christian H.; Sporn, Simone G.; Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf; Tjitrosoedirdjo, Sri S.; Tscharntke, Teja

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Modelling the koi herpesvirus (KHV) epidemic highlights the importance of active surveillance within a national control policy
pp. 348-355(8)
Authors: Taylor, Nick G.H.; Norman, Rachel A.; Way, Keith; Peeler, Edmund J.

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Local geographic range predicts freshwater fish extinctions in Singapore
pp. 356-363(8)
Authors: Giam, Xingli; Ng, Ting Hui; Lok, Alvin F. S. L.; Ng, Heok Hee

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Quantifying dietary pathways of proteins and lipids to tissues of a marine predator
pp. 373-381(9)
Authors: Cherry, Seth G.; Derocher, Andrew E.; Hobson, Keith A.; Stirling, Ian; Thiemann, Gregory W.

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The potential of parasitoid Hymenoptera as bioindicators of arthropod diversity in agricultural grasslands
pp. 382-390(9)
Authors: Anderson, Annette; McCormack, Stephen; Helden, Alvin; Sheridan, Helen; Kinsella, Anne; Purvis, Gordon

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Pollutants affect development in nestling starlings Sturnus vulgaris
pp. 391-397(7)
Authors: Markman, Shai; Müller, Carsten T.; Pascoe, David; Dawson, Alistair; Buchanan, Katherine L.

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Bat habitat use in logged jarrah eucalypt forests of south-western Australia
pp. 398-406(9)
Authors: Webala, Paul W.; Craig, Michael D.; Law, Bradley S.; Armstrong, Kyle N.; Wayne, Adrian F.; Bradley, J. Stuart

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Understanding dispersal rates of invading weed biocontrol agents
pp. 407-414(8)
Authors: Paynter, Quentin; Bellgard, Stan

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Hull fouling as an invasion vector: can simple models explain a complex problem?
pp. 415-423(9)
Authors: Sylvester, Francisco; Kalaci, Odion; Leung, Brian; Lacoursière-Roussel, Anaïs; Murray, Cathryn Clarke; Choi, Francis M.; Bravo, Monica A.; Therriault, Thomas W.; MacIsaac, Hugh J.

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Successful eradication of a non-indigenous marine bivalve from a subtidal soft-sediment environment
pp. 424-431(8)
Authors: Hopkins, Grant A.; Forrest, Barrie M.; Jiang, Weimin; Gardner, Jonathan P. A.

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Flow regulation reduces native plant cover and facilitates exotic invasion in riparian wetlands
pp. 432-442(11)
Authors: Catford, Jane A.; Downes, Barbara J.; Gippel, Christopher J.; Vesk, Peter A.

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Impacts of an aggressive riparian invader on community structure and ecosystem functioning in stream food webs
pp. 443-452(10)
Authors: Hladyz, Sally; Åbjörnsson, Kajsa; Giller, Paul S.; Woodward, Guy

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Diversity and invasion within a predator community: impacts on herbivore suppression
pp. 453-461(9)
Authors: Hogg, Brian N.; Daane, Kent M.

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Can we use the tadpoles of Australian frogs to reduce recruitment of invasive cane toads?
pp. 462-470(9)
Authors: Cabrera-Guzmán, Elisa; Crossland, Michael; Shine, Richard

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Elk distribution and spatial overlap with livestock during the brucellosis transmission risk period
pp. 471-478(8)
Authors: Proffitt, Kelly M.; Gude, Justin A.; Hamlin, Kenneth L.; Garrott, Robert A.; Cunningham, Julie A.; Grigg, Jamin L.

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The role of starlings in the spread of Salmonella within concentrated animal feeding operations
pp. 479-486(8)
Authors: Carlson, James C.; Franklin, Alan B.; Hyatt, Doreene R.; Pettit, Susan E.; Linz, George M.

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Engineering a future for amphibians under climate change
pp. 487-492(6)
Authors: Shoo, Luke P.; Olson, Deanna H.; McMenamin, Sarah K.; Murray, Kris A.; Van Sluys, Monique; Donnelly, Maureen A.; Stratford, Danial; Terhivuo, Juhani; Merino-Viteri, Andres; Herbert, Sarah M.; Bishop, Phillip J.; Corn, Paul Stephen; Dovey, Liz; Griffiths, Richard A.; Lowe, Katrin; Mahony, Michael; McCallum, Hamish; Shuker, Jonathan D.; Simpkins, Clay; Skerratt, Lee F.; Williams, Stephen E.; Hero, Jean-Marc

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Guidelines for large herbivore translocation simplified: black rhinoceros case study
pp. 493-502(10)
Authors: Linklater, Wayne L.; Adcock, Keryn; du Preez, Pierre; Swaisgood, Ron R.; Law, Peter R.; Knight, Michael H.; Gedir, Jay V.; Kerley, Graham I.H.

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