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    1. Pielke, RA
      Overlooked issues in the US National climate and IPCC assessments

      CLIMATIC CHANGE
    2. Rea, AW; Lindberg, SE; Scherbatskoy, T; Keeler, GJ
      Mercury accumulation in foliage over time in two northern mixed-hardwood forests

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    3. Sheldon, F; Boulton, AJ; Puckridge, JT
      Conservation value of variable connectivity: aquatic invertebrate assemblages of channel and floodplain habitats of a central Australian arid-zone river, Cooper Creek

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    4. Lales, JS; Lasco, RD; Geronimo, IQ
      Carbon storage capacity of agricultural and grassland ecosystems in a geothermal block

      PHILIPPINE AGRICULTURAL SCIENTIST
    5. Josue, DS; Mendoza, TC
      Valuation of nutrient losses due to soil erosion in a tropical upland agroecosystem

      PHILIPPINE AGRICULTURAL SCIENTIST
    6. Xie, GH; Lahav, I; Barness, G; Steinberger, Y
      Dynamics of soil nitrogen along a topoclimatic gradient in the Judean desert

      ARID LAND RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT
    7. Duke, SE; Caldwell, MM
      Nitrogen acquisition from different spatial distributions by six Great Basin plant species

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    8. Bijma, J; Altabet, M; Conte, M; Kinkel, H; Versteegh, GJM; Volkman, JK; Wakeham, SG; Weaver, PP
      Primary signal: Ecological and environmental factors - Report from WorkingGroup 2

      GEOCHEMISTRY GEOPHYSICS GEOSYSTEMS
    9. Lafleur, PM; Griffis, TJ; Rouse, WR
      Interannual variability in net ecosystem CO2 exchange at the arctic treeline

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    10. Karlsson, PS; Weih, M
      Soil temperatures near the distribution limit of the mountain birch (Betula pubescens ssp czerepanovii): Implications for seedling nitrogen economy and survival

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    11. Sommer, U; Sommer, F; Santer, B; Jamieson, C; Boersma, M; Becker, C; Hansen, T
      Complementary impact of copepods and cladocerans on phytoplankton

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    12. Bradley, RL
      An alternative explanation for the post-disturbance NO3- flush in some forest ecosystems

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    13. Caldeira, MC; Ryel, RJ; Lawton, JH; Pereira, JS
      Mechanisms of positive biodiversity-production relationships: insights provided by delta C-13 analysis in experimental Mediterranean grassland plots

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    14. Howe, HF; Brown, JS
      The ghost of granivory past

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    15. Wellnitz, T; Poff, NL
      Functional redundancy in heterogeneous environments: implications for conservation

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    16. Gremillet, D; Wanless, S; Carss, DN; Linton, D; Harris, MP; Speakman, JR; Le Maho, Y
      Foraging energetics of arctic cormorants and the evolution of diving birds

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    17. Daufresne, T; Loreau, M
      Plant-herbivore interactions and ecological stoichiometry: when do herbivores determine plant nutrient limitation?

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    18. Botsford, LW; Hastings, A; Gaines, SD
      Dependence of sustainability on the configuration of marine reserves and larval dispersal distance

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    19. Cottingham, KL; Brown, BL; Lennon, JT
      Biodiversity may regulate the temporal variability of ecological systems

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    20. Strauss, SY
      Benefits and risks of biotic exchange between Eucalyptus plantations and native Australian forests

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    21. Mark, AF; Dickinson, KJM; Allen, J; Smith, R; West, CJ
      Vegetation patterns, plant distribution and life forms across the alpine zone in southern Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    22. Medeiros, ESF; Maltchik, L
      Fish assemblage stability in an intermittently flowing stream from the Brazilian semiarid region

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    23. Catterall, CP; Piper, SD; Bunn, SE; Arthur, JM
      Flora and fauna assemblages vary with local topography in a subtropical eucalypt forest

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    24. Aarssen, LW
      On correlations and causations between productivity and species richness in vegetation: predictions from habitat attributes

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    25. Cocks, MP; Stock, WD
      Field patterns of nodulation in fifteen Aspalathus species and their ecological role in the fynbos vegetation of southern Africa

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    26. Vidal, S; Tscharntke, T
      Special feature: Multitrophic plant-insect interactions

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    27. Godoy, R; Oyarzun, C; Gerding, V
      Precipitation chemistry in deciduous and evergreen Nothofagus forests of southern Chile under a low-deposition climate

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    28. Roubik, DW; Wolda, H
      Do competing honey bees matter? Dynamics and abundance of native bees before and after honey bee invasion

      POPULATION ECOLOGY
    29. Hader, DP; Lebert, M; Colombetti, G; Figueroa, F
      European light dosimeter network (ELDONET): 1998 data

      HELGOLAND MARINE RESEARCH
    30. Steeger, HU; Freitag, JF; Michl, S; Wiemer, M; Paul, RJ
      Effects of UV-B radiation on embryonic, larval and juvenile stages of North Sea plaice (Pleuronectes platessa) under simulated ozone-hole conditions

      HELGOLAND MARINE RESEARCH
    31. Warkentin, BP
      The tillage effect in sustaining soil functions

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    32. Bottcher, J; Springob, G
      A carbon balance model for organic layers of acid forest soils

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    33. Dangles, O; Guerold, F
      Linking shredders and leaf litter processing: Insights from an acidic stream study

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    34. Pascoal, C; Cassio, F; Gomes, P
      Leaf breakdown rates: A measure of water quality?

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    35. Menendez, M; Martinez, M; Hernandez, O; Comin, FA
      Comparison of leaf decomposition in two Mediterranean rivers: A large eutrophic river and an oligotrophic stream (S Catalonia, NE Spain)

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    36. Rulik, M; Zavrelova, P; Duchoslav, M
      Decomposition of two different POM types in surface water and within hyporheic sediments of a small lowland stream (Sitka, Czech Republic)

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    37. Wallace, JB; Webster, JR; Eggert, SL; Meyer, JL; Siler, ER
      Large woody debris in a headwater stream: Long-term legacies of forest disturbance

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    38. Fleituch, T
      Beech leaf break-down and POM storage along an altitudinal stream gradient

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    39. Alvarez, S; Rico, E; Guerrero, MC; Montes, C
      Decomposition of Juncus maritimus in two shallow lakes of Donana National Park

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    40. Kirschner, AKT; Riegl, B; Velimirov, B
      Degradation of emergent and submerged macrophytes in an oxbow lake of an embanked backwater system: Implications for the terrestrialization process

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    41. Higley, B; Carrick, HJ; Brett, MT; Luecke, C; Goldman, CR
      The effects of ultraviolet radiation and nutrient additions on periphyton biomass and composition in a sub-alpine lake (Castle Lake, USA)

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    42. Mehner, T; Kasprzak, P; Wysujack, K; Laude, U; Koschel, R
      Restoration of a stratified lake (Feldberger Haussee, Germany) by a combination of nutrient load reduction and long-term biomanipulation

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    43. Lim, DSS; Douglas, MSV; Smol, JP; Lean, DRS
      Physical and chemical limnological characteristics of 38 lakes and ponds on Bathurst Island, Nunavut, Canadian High Arctic

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    44. Hakanson, L; Boulion, VV
      Regularities in primary production, Secchi depth and fish yield and a new system to define trophic and humic state indices for lake ecosystems

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    45. McGrath, DA; Smith, CK; Gholz, HL; Oliveira, FD
      Effects of land-use change on soil nutrient dynamics in Amazonia

      ECOSYSTEMS
    46. Baker, LA; Hope, D; Xu, Y; Edmonds, J; Lauver, L
      Nitrogen balance for the central Arizona-Phoenix (CAP) ecosystem

      ECOSYSTEMS
    47. Levin, LA; Boesch, DF; Covich, A; Dahm, C; Erseus, C; Ewel, KC; Kneib, RT; Moldenke, A; Palmer, MA; Snelgrove, P; Strayer, D; Weslawski, JM
      The function of marine critical transition zones and the importance of sediment biodiversity

      ECOSYSTEMS
    48. Rastetter, EB; Vitousek, PM; Field, C; Shaver, GR; Herbert, D; Agren, GI
      Resource optimization and symbiotic nitrogen fixation

      ECOSYSTEMS
    49. Bachelet, D; Neilson, RP; Lenihan, JM; Drapek, RJ
      Climate change effects on vegetation distribution and carbon budget in theUnited States

      ECOSYSTEMS
    50. Currie, DJ
      Projected effects of climate change on patterns of vertebrate and tree species richness in the conterminous United States

      ECOSYSTEMS
    51. Mertens, S; Nijs, I; Heuer, M; Kockelbergh, F; Beyens, L; Van Kerckvoorde, A; Impens, I
      Influence of high temperature on end-of-season tundra CO2 exchange

      ECOSYSTEMS
    52. Kucharik, CJ; Brye, KR; Norman, JM; Foley, JA; Gower, ST; Bundy, LG
      Measurements and modeling of carbon and nitrogen cycling in agroecosystemsof southern Wisconsin: Potential for SOC sequestration during the next 50 years

      ECOSYSTEMS
    53. Clawson, RG; Lockaby, BG; Rummer, B
      Changes in production and nutrient cycling across a wetness gradient within a floodplain forest

      ECOSYSTEMS
    54. Milchunas, DG; Lauenroth, WK
      Belowground primary production by carbon isotope decay and longterm root biomass dynamics

      ECOSYSTEMS
    55. Holmgren, M; Scheffer, M
      El Nino as a window of opportunity for the restoration of degraded arid ecosystems

      ECOSYSTEMS
    56. Kutsch, WL; Steinborn, W; Herbst, M; Baumann, R; Barkmann, T; Kappen, L
      Environmental indication: A field test of an ecosystem approach to quantify biological self-organization

      ECOSYSTEMS
    57. van den Bergh, J; Barendregt, A; Gilbert, A; van Herwijnen, M; van Horssen, P; Kandelaars, P; Lorenz, C
      Spatial economic-hydroecological modelling and evaluation of land use impacts in the Vecht wetlands area

      ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING & ASSESSMENT
    58. Veldkamp, A; Verburg, PH; Kok, K; de Koning, GHJ; Priess, J; Bergsma, AR
      The need for scale sensitive approaches in spatially explicit land use change modeling

      ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING & ASSESSMENT
    59. Sanders, R; Jickells, T; Mills, D
      Nutrients and chlorophyll at two sites in the Thames plume and southern North Sea

      JOURNAL OF SEA RESEARCH
    60. Hall, KR; Maruca, SL
      Mapping a forest mosaic - A comparison of vegetation and bird distributions using geographic boundary analysis

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    61. Oudejans, AMC; Nijssen, A; Huls, JS; Rozema, J
      The reduction of aboveground Calamagrostis epigeios mass and tiller numberby enhanced UV-B in a dune-grassland ecosystem

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    62. Meijkamp, BB; Doodeman, G; Rozema, J
      The response of Vicia faba to enhanced UV-B radiation under low and near ambient PAR levels

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    63. Tosserams, M; Visser, A; Groen, M; Kalis, G; Magendans, E; Rozema, J
      Combined effects of CO2 concentration and enhanced UV-B radiation on faba bean

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    64. Roemer, GW; Coonan, TJ; Garcelon, DK; Bascompte, J; Laughrin, L
      Feral pigs facilitate hyperpredation by golden eagles and indirectly causethe decline of the island fox

      ANIMAL CONSERVATION
    65. Treydte, AC; Williams, JB; Bedin, E; Ostrowski, S; Seddon, PJ; Marschall, EA; Waite, TA; Ismail, K
      In search of the optimal management strategy for Arabian oryx

      ANIMAL CONSERVATION
    66. Law, BE; Thornton, PE; Irvine, J; Anthoni, PM; Van Tuyl, S
      Carbon storage and fluxes in ponderosa pine forests at different developmental stages

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    67. Maljanen, M; Martikainen, PJ; Walden, J; Silvola, J
      CO2 exchange in an organic field growing barley or grass in eastern Finland

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    68. Griffis, TJ; Rouse, WR
      Modelling the interannual variability of net ecosystem CO2 exchange at a subarctic sedge fen

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    69. Berendse, F; Van Breemen, N; Rydin, H; Buttler, A; Heijmans, M; Hoosbeek, MR; Lee, JA; Mitchell, E; Saarinen, T; Vasander, H; Wallen, B
      Raised atmospheric CO2 levels and increased N deposition cause shifts in plant species composition and production in Sphagnum bogs

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    70. Carey, EV; Sala, A; Keane, R; Callaway, RM
      Are old forests underestimated as global carbon sinks?

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    71. Cramer, W; Bondeau, A; Woodward, FI; Prentice, IC; Betts, RA; Brovkin, V; Cox, PM; Fisher, V; Foley, JA; Friend, AD; Kucharik, C; Lomas, MR; Ramankutty, N; Sitch, S; Smith, B; White, A; Young-Molling, C
      Global response of terrestrial ecosystem structure and function to CO2 andclimate change: results from six dynamic global vegetation models

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    72. Garnett, MH; Ineson, P; Stevenson, AC; Howard, DC
      Terrestrial organic carbon storage in a British moorland

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    73. Hall, GMJ; Wiser, SK; Allen, RB; Beets, PN; Goulding, CJ
      Strategies to estimate national forest carbon stocks from inventory data: the 1990 New Zealand baseline

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    74. Penuelas, J; Filella, I; Tognetti, R
      Leaf mineral concentrations of Erica arborea, Juniperus communis and Myrtus communis growing in the proximity of a natural CO2 spring

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    75. Zamolodchikov, DG; Karelin, DV
      An empirical model of carbon fluxes in Russian tundra

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    76. Tjoelker, MG; Oleksyn, J; Reich, PB
      Modelling respiration of vegetation: evidence for a general temperature-dependent Q(10)

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    77. King, JS; Pregitzer, KS; Zak, DR; Kubiske, ME; Ashby, JA; Holmes, WE
      Chemistry and decomposition of litter from Populus tremuloides Michaux grown at elevated atmospheric CO2 and varying N availability

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    78. Bowen, JL; Valiela, I
      Historical changes in atmospheric nitrogen deposition to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    79. Weatherley, NS; Timmis, RJ
      The atmosphere in England and Wales: an environmental management review

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    80. Mast, MA; Turk, JT; Ingersoll, GP; Clow, DW; Kester, CL
      Use of stable sulfur isotopes to identify sources of sulfate in Rocky Mountain snowpacks

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    81. Padgett, PE; Bytnerowicz, A
      Deposition and adsorption of the air pollutant HNO3 vapor to soil surfaces

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    82. Rueth, HM; Baron, JS
      Englemann spruce nitrogen dynamics across anitrogen deposition gradient inColorado, USA

      EKOLOGIA-BRATISLAVA
    83. Fuentes-Yaco, C; de Leon, DAS; Monreal-Gomez, MA; Vera-Herrera, F
      Environmental forcing in a tropical estuarine ecosystem: the Palizada River in the southern Gulf of Mexico

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    84. Bax, NJ; Williams, A
      Seabed habitat on the south-eastern Australian continental shelf: context,vulnerability and monitoring

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    85. Harris, GP
      Biogeochemistry of nitrogen and phosphorus in Australian catchments, rivers and estuaries: effects of land use and flow regulation and comparisons with global patterns

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    86. Vande Walle, I; Mussche, S; Samson, R; Lust, N; Lemeur, R
      The above- and belowground carbon pools of two mixed deciduous forest stands located in East-Flanders (Belgium)

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    87. Trabaud, L
      Correlations between the concentrations of bio-elements in several Mediterranean plant species.

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    88. Ranger, J; Gelhaye, D
      Belowground biomass and nutrient content in a 47-year-old Douglas-fir plantation

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    89. Deconchat, M; Balent, G
      Effect of logging on vegetation at a fine scale.

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    90. Le Goff, N; Ottorini, JM
      Root biomass and biomass increment in a beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) stand in North-East France

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    91. Sampson, DA; Janssens, IA; Ceulemans, R
      Simulated soil CO2 efflux and net ecosystem exchange in a 70-year-old Belgian Scots pine stand using the process model SECRETS

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    92. Samba, SAN
      Effect of Cordyla pinnata litter on crop yield: An experimental agroforestry approach.

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    93. Lien, KA; Sauer, WC; He, JM
      Dietary influences on the secretion into and degradation of mucin in the digestive tract of monogastric animals and humans

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL AND FEED SCIENCES
    94. Panitsa, M; Tzanoudakis, D
      A floristic investigation of the islet groups Arki and Lipsi (East Aegean area, Greece)

      FOLIA GEOBOTANICA
    95. Rydlova, J; Vosatka, M
      Associations of dominant plant species with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi during vegetation development on coal mine spoil banks

      FOLIA GEOBOTANICA
    96. Hewitt, M; Servos, M
      An overview of substances present in Canadian aquatic environments associated with endocrine disruption

      WATER QUALITY RESEARCH JOURNAL OF CANADA
    97. Rhoades, C; Oskarsson, H; Binkley, D; Stottlemyer, B
      Alder (Alnus crispa) effects on soils in ecosystems of the Agashashok River valley, northwest Alaska

      ECOSCIENCE
    98. Walker, B
      Ecosystems and immune systems: Useful analogy or stretching a metaphor?

      CONSERVATION ECOLOGY
    99. Regina, IS; Tarazona, T
      Nutrient pools to the soil through organic matter and throughfall under a Scots pine plantation in the Sierra de la Demanda, Spain

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    100. Bezemer, TM; Knight, KJ
      Unpredictable responses of garden snail (Helix aspersa) populations to climate change

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY


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