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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 30, Number 9, September 2003

Phylogenetic biogeography deconstructed
pp. 1285-1296(12)
Authors: Ebach, Malte C.; Humphries, Christopher J.; Williams, David M.

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Biodiversity and biogeography of the islands of the Kuril Archipelago
pp. 1297-1310(14)
Authors: Pietsch, Theodore W.; Bogatov, Victor V.; Amaoka, Kunio; Zhuravlev, Yuri N.; Barkalov, Vyacheslav Y.; Gage, Sarah; Takahashi, Hideki; Lelej, Arkady S.; Storozhenko, Sergey Y.; Minakawa, Norobu; Bennett, Daniel J.; Anderson, Trevor R.; Ôhara, Masahiro; Prozorova, Larisa A.; Kuwahara, Yasuhiro; Kholin, Sergey K.; Yabe, Mamoru; Stevenson, Duane E.; MacDonald, Erin L.

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The phytogeographical affinities of the Pitcairn Islands – a model for south-eastern Polynesia?
pp. 1311-1328(18)
Authors: Kingston, Naomi; Waldren, Steve; Bradley, Una

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Phytogeography of Hong Kong bryophytes
pp. 1329-1337(9)
Authors: Zhang, Li; Corlett, Richard T.

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Phytogeography of upwelling areas in the Arabian Sea
pp. 1339-1356(18)
Authors: Schils, Tom; Coppejans, Eric

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The pristine rain forest? Remnants of historical human impacts on current tree species composition and diversity
pp. 1381-1390(10)
Authors: van Gemerden, Barend S.; Olff, Han; Parren, Marc P.E.; Bongers, Frans

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Effects of fire and drought in a tropical eucalypt savanna colonized by rain forest
pp. 1405-1414(10)
Authors: Fensham, R. J.; Fairfax, R. J.; Butler, D. W.; Bowman, D. M. J. S.

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Explaining bird species composition and richness in eucalypt-dominated remnants in subhumid Tasmania
pp. 1415-1426(12)
Authors: MacDonald, Michael A.; Kirkpatrick, J. B.

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Effects of fire and spruce beetle outbreak legacies on the disturbance regime of a subalpine forest in Colorado
pp. 1445-1456(12)
Authors: Kulakowski, Dominik; Veblen, Thomas T.; Bebi, Peter

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Solving the South Atlantic puzzle requires more data, not more speculation
pp. 1461-1463(3)
Authors: Joyeux, J.-C.; Floeter, S. R.; Ferreira, C. E. L.; Gasparini, J. L.

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Ecoregions, ecosystem geography and sustainability
pp. 1465-1465(1)
Author: Jepson, Paul

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Methods manual for plant ecologists
pp. 1465-1466(2)
Author: Cheplick, Gregory P.

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