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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 28, Number 2, April 2005

Landscape-dependent distribution of northern forest birds in winter
pp. 129-140(12)
Authors: Turcotte, Yves; Desrochers, André

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Quantifying spatial classification uncertainties of the historical Wisconsin landscape (USA)
pp. 141-156(16)
Authors: Bolliger, Janine; Mladenoff, David J.

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Long-term succession in a Danish temperate deciduous forest
pp. 157-164(8)
Authors: H. W. Bradshaw, Richard; Wolf, Annett; Friis Møller, Peter

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The lateral extent of the subsidy from an upland stream to riparian lycosid spiders
pp. 165-170(6)
Authors: Briers, Robert A.; Cariss, Helen M.; Geoghegan, Rory; Gee, John H. R.

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Can models of presence-absence be used to scale abundance? Two case studies considering extremes in life history
pp. 197-208(12)
Authors: Nielsen, Scott E.; Johnson, Chris J.; Heard, Douglas C.; Boyce, Mark S.

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The elevational gradient in Andean bird species richness at the local scale: a foothill peak and a high-elevation plateau
pp. 209-222(14)
Authors: Herzog, Sebastian K.; Kessler, Michael; Bach, Kerstin

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Gallery forest types and their environmental correlates in a Colombian savanna landscape
pp. 236-252(17)
Authors: Veneklaas, Erik J.; Fajardo, Adriana; Obregon†, Sandra; Lozano, Jaime

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An evolutionary tolerance model explaining spatial patterns in species richness under environmental gradients and geometric constraints
pp. 253-263(11)
Authors: Rangel, Thiago Fernando L. V. B.; Diniz-Filho, José Alexandre F.

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Erratum
pp. 272-272(1)

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