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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 39, Number 1, 1 January 2016

Abiotic and biotic constraints across reptile and amphibian ranges
pp. 1-8(8)
Authors: Cunningham, Heather R.; Rissler, Leslie J.; Buckley, Lauren B.; Urban, Mark C.

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Species–habitat associations and demographic rates of forest trees
pp. 9-16(8)
Authors: Bin, Yue; Spence, John; Wu, Linfang; Li, Buhang; Hao, Zhanqing; Ye, Wanhui; He, Fangliang

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Global geographic patterns of sexual size dimorphism in birds: support for a latitudinal trend?
pp. 17-25(9)
Authors: Friedman, Nicholas R.; Remeš, Vladimír

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Home ranges in moving habitats: polar bears and sea ice
pp. 26-35(10)
Authors: Auger‐Méthé, Marie; Lewis, Mark A.; Derocher, Andrew E.

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Climate‐associated tundra thaw pond formation and range expansion of boreal zooplankton predators
pp. 43-53(11)
Authors: Taylor, Derek J.; Ballinger, Matthew J.; Medeiros, Andrew S.; Kotov, Alexey A.

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How well is current plant trait composition predicted by modern and historical forest spatial configuration?
pp. 67-76(10)
Authors: Kimberley, Adam; Blackburn, G. Alan; Whyatt, J. Duncan; Smart, Simon M.

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Urbanisation versus agriculture: a comparison of local genetic diversity and gene flow between wood mouse Apodemus sylvaticus populations in human‐modified landscapes
pp. 87-97(11)
Authors: Wilson, Amanda; Fenton, Brian; Malloch, Gaynor; Boag, Brian; Hubbard, Steve; Begg, Graham

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