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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 35, Number 4, 1 April 2012

Phenological Predictability Index in BRAHMS: a tool for herbarium‐based phenological studies
pp. 289-293(5)
Authors: Proença, Carolyn E. B.; Filer, Denis L.; Lenza, Eddie; Silva, Juliana S.; Harris, Stephen A.

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Towards a functional basis for predicting vegetation patterns; incorporating plant traits in habitat distribution models
pp. 294-305(12)
Authors: Douma, Jacob C.; Witte, Jan‐Philip M.; Aerts, Rien; Bartholomeus, Ruud P.; Ordoñez, Jenny C.; Venterink, Harry Olde; Wassen, Martin J.; van Bodegom, Peter M.

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Nice weather for bettongs: using weather events, not climate means, in species distribution models
pp. 306-314(9)
Authors: Bateman, Brooke L.; VanDerWal, Jeremy; Johnson, Christopher N.

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Biocomplexity in large tree mortality: interactions between elephant, fire and landscape in an African savanna
pp. 315-321(7)
Authors: Vanak, Abi Tamim; Shannon, Graeme; Thaker, Maria; Page, Bruce; Grant, Rina; Slotow, Rob

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Latitudinal gradients in taxonomic overdescription rate affect macroecological inferences using species list data
pp. 333-340(8)
Authors: Jones, Owen R.; Purvis, Andy; Quicke, Donald L. J.

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Contribution of disturbance to distribution and abundance in a fire‐adapted system
pp. 348-355(8)
Authors: Tucker, Caroline M.; Rebelo, A. G.; Manne, L. L.

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Effect of habitat area and isolation on plant trait distribution in European forests and grasslands
pp. 356-363(8)
Authors: Lindborg, Regina; Helm, Aveliina; Bommarco, Riccardo; Heikkinen, Risto K.; Kühn, Ingolf; Pykälä, Juha; Pärtel, Meelis

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A combination of functionally different plant traits provides a means to quantitatively predict a broad range of species assemblages in NW Europe
pp. 364-373(10)
Authors: Douma, J. C.; Aerts, R.; Witte, J. P. M.; Bekker, R. M.; Kunzmann, D.; Metselaar, K.; van Bodegom, P. M.

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Effects of ecohydrological variables on current and future ranges, local suitability patterns, and model accuracy in big sagebrush
pp. 374-384(11)
Authors: Schlaepfer, Daniel R.; Lauenroth, William K.; Bradford, John B.

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