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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 51, Number 1, 1 February 2014

Research into action: grey partridge conservation as a case study
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: Sotherton, Nicolas W.; Aebischer, Nicholas J.; Ewald, Julie A.

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Mountain hares Lepus timidus and tourism: stress events and reactions
pp. 6-12(7)
Authors: Rehnus, Maik; Wehrle, Martin; Palme, Rupert

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An experiment to test key hypotheses of the drivers of reptile distribution in subalpine ski resorts
pp. 13-22(10)
Authors: Sato, Chloe F.; Wood, Jeff T.; Schroder, Mellesa; Green, Ken; Osborne, William S.; Michael, Damian R.; Lindenmayer, David B.

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The cumulative effect on sound levels from multiple underwater anthropogenic sound sources in shallow coastal waters
pp. 23-30(8)
Authors: Pine, Matthew K.; Jeffs, Andrew G.; Radford, Craig A.

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Modelling flight heights of marine birds to more accurately assess collision risk with offshore wind turbines
pp. 31-41(11)
Authors: Johnston, Alison; Cook, Aonghais S. C. P.; Wright, Lucy J.; Humphreys, Elizabeth M.; Burton, Niall H. K.

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Biological legacies buffer local species extinction after logging
pp. 53-62(10)
Authors: Rudolphi, Jörgen; Jönsson, Mari T.; Gustafsson, Lena

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Improving the application of long‐term ecology in conservation and land management
pp. 63-70(8)
Authors: Davies, Althea L.; Colombo, Sergio; Hanley, Nick

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REVIEW: Identifying links between vital rates and environment: a toolbox for the applied ecologist
pp. 71-81(11)
Authors: Frederiksen, Morten; Lebreton, Jean‐Dominique; Pradel, Roger; Choquet, Rémi; Gimenez, Olivier

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Growth‐enhanced coho salmon invading other salmon species populations: effects on early survival and growth
pp. 82-89(8)
Authors: Sundström, L. Fredrik; Vandersteen, Wendy E.; Lõhmus, Mare; Devlin, Robert H.

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Bti sprays do not adversely affect non‐target aquatic invertebrates in French Atlantic coastal wetlands
pp. 102-113(12)
Authors: Lagadic, Laurent; Roucaute, Marc; Caquet, Thierry

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Climate and exotic pasture area in landscape determines invasion of forest fragments by two invasive grasses
pp. 114-123(10)
Authors: Butler, Sarah; McAlpine, Clive; Fensham, Rod; House, Alan

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Two co‐occurring invasive woody shrubs alter soil properties and promote subdominant invasive species
pp. 124-133(10)
Authors: Kuebbing, Sara E.; Classen, Aimée T.; Simberloff, Daniel

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Effects of plant phylogenetic diversity on herbivory depend on herbivore specialization
pp. 134-141(8)
Authors: Castagneyrol, Bastien; Jactel, Hervé; Vacher, Corinne; Brockerhoff, Eckehard G.; Koricheva, Julia

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National patterns of functional diversity and redundancy in predatory ground beetles and bees associated with key UK arable crops
pp. 142-151(10)
Authors: Woodcock, Ben A.; Harrower, Collin; Redhead, John; Edwards, Mike; Vanbergen, Adam J.; Heard, Matthew S.; Roy, David B.; Pywell, Richard F.

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Ecologically sustainable fertility management for the maintenance of species‐rich hay meadows: a 12‐year fertilizer and lime experiment
pp. 152-161(10)
Authors: Kirkham, Francis W.; Tallowin, Jerry R. B.; Dunn, Robert M.; Bhogal, Anne; Chambers, Brian J.; Bardgett, Richard D.

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Connectivity between flyway populations of waterbirds: assessment of rates of exchange, their causes and consequences
pp. 183-193(11)
Authors: Madsen, Jesper; Tjørnløv, Rune S.; Frederiksen, Morten; Mitchell, Carl; Sigfússon, Arnór Th.

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Upland land use predicts population decline in a globally near‐threatened wader
pp. 194-203(10)
Authors: Douglas, David J.T.; Bellamy, Paul E.; Stephen, Leigh S.; Pearce–Higgins, James W.; Wilson, Jeremy D.; Grant, Murray C.

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Modelling edge effects of mature forest plantations on peatland waders informs landscape‐scale conservation
pp. 204-213(10)
Authors: Wilson, Jeremy D.; Anderson, Russell; Bailey, Sallie; Chetcuti, Jordan; Cowie, Neil R.; Hancock, Mark H.; Quine, Christopher P.; Russell, Norrie; Stephen, Leigh; Thompson, Des B. A.

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Learning the ropes: mussel spat ropes improve fish and shrimp passage through culverts
pp. 214-223(10)
Authors: David, Bruno O.; Tonkin, Jonathan D.; Taipeti, Kristopher W. T.; Hokianga, Hayden T.

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Mixed afforestation of young subtropical trees promotes nitrogen acquisition and retention
pp. 224-233(10)
Authors: Lang, Anne C.; Oheimb, Goddert; Scherer‐Lorenzen, Michael; Yang, Bo; Trogisch, Stefan; Bruelheide, Helge; Ma, Keping; Härdtle, Werner

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Complementary impacts of small rodents and semi‐domesticated ungulates limit tall shrub expansion in the tundra
pp. 234-241(8)
Authors: Ravolainen, Virve T.; Bråthen, Kari Anne; Yoccoz, Nigel G.; Nguyen, Julie K.; Ims, Rolf A.

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Controls over the strength and timing of fire–grazer interactions in a semi‐arid rangeland
pp. 242-250(9)
Authors: Augustine, David J.; Derner, Justin D.

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Inferring extinctions from sighting records of variable reliability
pp. 251-258(8)
Authors: Lee, Tamsin E.; McCarthy, Michael A.; Wintle, Brendan A.; Bode, Michael; Roberts, David L.; Burgman, Mark A.

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REVIEW: Ecological feedbacks can reduce population‐level efficacy of wildlife fertility control
pp. 259-269(11)
Authors: Ransom, Jason I.; Powers, Jenny G.; Thompson Hobbs, N.; Baker, Dan L.

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Two‐sex matrix models in assessing population viability: when do male dynamics matter?
pp. 270-278(9)
Authors: Gerber, Leah R.; White, Easton R.

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Corrigendum
pp. 279-279(1)

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