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    1. Ghertsos, K; Luczak, C; Dauvin, JC
      Identification of global and local components of spatial structure of marine benthic communities: example from the Bay of Seine (Eastern English Channel)

      JOURNAL OF SEA RESEARCH
    2. Said, S; Gamisans, J; Bedecarrats, A; Delcros, P; Rameau, JC
      Secondary succession in the Zicavo region of Corsica (Mediterranean islandClimate effect.

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    3. Pozzi, S; Borcard, D
      Effects of dry grassland management on spider (Arachnida : Araneae) communities on the Swiss occidental plateau

      ECOSCIENCE
    4. Fisher, DR; Freudenburg, WR
      Ecological modernization and its critics: Assessing the past and looking toward the future

      SOCIETY & NATURAL RESOURCES
    5. Blanc, L; Aliaume, C; Zerbi, A; Lasserre, G
      Spatial and temporal co-structure analyses between ichthyofauna and environment: an example in the tropics

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    6. Beaty, RM; Taylor, AH
      Spatial and temporal variation of fire regimes in a mixed conifer forest landscape, Southern Cascades, California, USA

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    7. Svenning, JC
      Environmental heterogeneity, recruitment limitation and the mesoscale distribution of palms in a tropical montane rain forest (Maquipucuna, Ecuador)

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    8. Mazouni, N; Gaertner, JC; Deslous-Paoli, JM
      Composition of biofouling communities on suspended oyster cultures: an in situ study of their interactions with the water column

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    9. Di Pietro, F
      Assessing ecologically sustainable agricultural land-use in the Central Pyrenees at the field and landscape level

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    10. Bjelland, T
      Comparative studies of the distribution and ecology of some oceanic species in the genus Leptogium (Lecanorales, Ascomycotina) in Norway

      NOVA HEDWIGIA
    11. Parker, KC; Parker, AJ; Vale, TR
      Vertebrate feeding guilds in California's Sierra Nevada: Relations to environmental condition and change in spatial scale

      ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS
    12. Moe, B; Botnen, A
      Epiphytic vegetation on pollarded trunks of Fraxinus excelsior in four different habitats at Grinde, Leikanger, western Norway

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    13. Ma, KM; Fu, BJ; Guo, XD; Zhou, HF
      Finding spatial regularity in mosaic landscapes: two methods integrated

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    14. Lemauviel, S; Roze, F
      Ecological study of pine forest clearings along the French Atlantic sand dunes: Perspectives of restoration

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    15. Okland, RH
      Understorey vegetation development in North Finnish Picea forests after disturbance: re-analysis of Siren's data

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    16. Marby, C; Ackerly, D; Fritz, G
      Landscape and species-level distribution of morphological and life historytraits in a temperate woodland flora

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    17. Abd El-Ghani, MM
      Floristics and environmental relations in two extreme desert zones of western Egypt

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    18. Stohlgren, TJ; Owen, AJ; Lee, M
      Monitoring shifts in plant diversity in response to climate change: a method for landscapes

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    19. Bledsoe, BP; Shear, TH
      Vegetation along hydrologic and edaphic gradients in a North Carolina coastal plain creek bottom and implications for restoration

      WETLANDS
    20. Sediva, A; Kovac, V; Copp, GH
      Growth variability of morphometric characters in Perch fluviatilis and itsrelation to microhabitat use

      FOLIA ZOOLOGICA
    21. Szefer, P
      Possible priorities for future research in the field of marine environmental pollution

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    22. Dieleman, JA; Mortensen, DA; Buhler, DD; Cambardella, CA; Moorman, TB
      Identifying associations among site properties and weed species abundance.I. Multivariate analysis

      WEED SCIENCE
    23. 't Land, JV; Van Putten, WF; Villarroel, H; Kamping, A; Van Delden, W
      Latitudinal variation for two enzyme loci and an inversion polymorphism inDrosophila melanogaster from Central and South America

      EVOLUTION
    24. Doledec, S; Chessel, D; Gimaret-Carpentier, C
      Niche separation in community analysis: A new method

      ECOLOGY
    25. Guisan, A; Weiss, SB; Weiss, AD
      GLM versus CCA spatial modeling of plant species distribution

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    26. Elliott, KJ; Vose, JM; Swank, WT; Bolstad, PV
      Long-term patterns in vegetation-site relationships in a southern Appalachian forest

      JOURNAL OF THE TORREY BOTANICAL SOCIETY
    27. Ng, SL; King, RH
      Development of a diatom-based specific conductivity model for the glacio-isostatic lakes of Truelove Lowland: implications for paleoconductivity and paleoenvironmental reconstructions in Devon Island lakes, NWT, Canada

      JOURNAL OF PALEOLIMNOLOGY
    28. van den Berg, E; Oliveira-Filho, AT
      Spatial partitioning among tree species within an area of tropical montanegallery forest in south-eastern Brazil

      FLORA
    29. Webb, EL; Stanfield, BJ; Jensen, ML
      Effects of topography on rainforest tree community structure and diversityin American Samoa, and implications for frugivore and nectarivore populations

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    30. Batek, MJ; Rebertus, AJ; Schroeder, WA; Haithcoat, TL; Compas, E; Guyette, RP
      Reconstruction of early nineteenth-century vegetation and fire regimes in the Missouri Ozarks

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    31. Okland, RH; Rydgren, K; Okland, T
      Single-tree influence on understorey vegetation in a Norwegian boreal spruce forest

      OIKOS
    32. Clark, DB; Palmer, MW; Clark, DA
      Edaphic factors and the landscape-scale distributions of tropical rain forest trees

      ECOLOGY
    33. CANTERO JJ; CISNEROS JM; ZOBEL M; CANTERO A
      ENVIRONMENTAL RELATIONSHIPS OF VEGETATION - PATTERNS IN SALT-MARSHES OF CENTRAL ARGENTINA

      Folia geobotanica
    34. LAVOREL S; TOUZARD B; LEBRETON JD; CLEMENT B
      IDENTIFYING FUNCTIONAL-GROUPS FOR RESPONSE TO DISTURBANCE IN AN ABANDONED PASTURE

      Acta oecologica
    35. Pan, DY; Bouchard, A; Legendre, P; Domon, G
      Influence of edaphic factors on the spatial structure of inland halophyticcommunities: a case study in China

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    36. San Jose, JJ; Montes, R; Mazorra, M
      The nature of savanna heterogeneity in the Orinoco Basin

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY LETTERS
    37. HEIKKINEN RK; BIRKS HJB; KALLIOLA RJ
      A NUMERICAL-ANALYSIS OF THE MESOSCALE DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS OF VASCULAR PLANTS IN THE SUB-ARCTIC KEVO NATURE-RESERVE, NORTHERN FINLAND

      Journal of biogeography
    38. Stephenson, NL
      Actual evapotranspiration and deficit: biologically meaningful correlates of vegetation distribution across spatial scales

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    39. ABDELGHANI MM
      ENVIRONMENTAL CORRELATES OF SPECIES DISTRIBUTION IN ARID DESERT ECOSYSTEMS OF EASTERN EGYPT

      Journal of arid environments
    40. Oliver, JE
      Applied climatology: Principles and practice.

      PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER
    41. VEUILLE M; BENASSI V; AULARD S; DEPAULIS F
      ALLELE-SPECIFIC POPULATION-STRUCTURE OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER ALCOHOL-DEHYDROGENASE AT THE MOLECULAR-LEVEL

      Genetics
    42. IVERSON LR; PRASAD AM
      PREDICTING ABUNDANCE OF 80 TREE SPECIES FOLLOWING CLIMATE-CHANGE IN THE EASTERN UNITED-STATES

      Ecological monographs
    43. HEIKKINEN RK
      CAN RICHNESS PATTERNS OF RARITIES BE PREDICTED FROM MESOSCALE ATLAS DATA - A CASE-STUDY OF VASCULAR PLANTS IN THE KEVO RESERVE

      Biological Conservation
    44. CANTERO JJ; LEON R; CISNEROS JM; CANTERO A
      HABITAT STRUCTURE AND VEGETATION RELATIONSHIPS IN CENTRAL ARGENTINA SALT-MARSH LANDSCAPES

      Plant ecology
    45. BORCARD D; VAUCHERVONBALLMOOS C
      ORIBATID MITES (ACARI, ORIBATIDA) OF A PRIMARY PEAT BOG-PASTURE TRANSITION IN THE SWISS JURA MOUNTAINS

      Ecoscience
    46. SAGERS CL; LYON J
      GRADIENT ANALYSIS IN A RIPARIAN LANDSCAPE - CONTRASTS AMONG FOREST LAYERS

      Forest ecology and management
    47. BURNS B
      VEGETATION CHANGE ALONG A GEOTHERMAL STRESS GRADIENT AT THE TE KOPIA STEAMFIELD

      Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand
    48. COWELL CM; GALLIEN GS
      HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL-INFLUENCES ON FOREST COMPOSITION OF A TENNESSEE LOESS BLUFF

      Physical geography
    49. MEILLEUR A; BRISSON J; BOUCHARD A
      ECOLOGICAL ANALYSES OF THE NORTHERNMOST POPULATION OF PITCH PINE (PINUS-RIGIDA)

      Canadian journal of forest research
    50. STOHLGREN TJ; BACHAND RR
      LODGEPOLE PINE (PINUS-CONTORTA) ECOTONES IN ROCKY-MOUNTAIN NATIONAL-PARK, COLORADO, USA

      Ecology
    51. MCCAY DH; ABRAMS MD; DEMEO TE
      GRADIENT ANALYSIS OF SECONDARY FORESTS OF EASTERN WEST-VIRGINIA

      Journal of the torrey botanical society
    52. PINDER JE; KROH GC; WHITE JD; MAY AMB
      THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN VEGETATION TYPE AND TOPOGRAPHY IN LASSEN VOLCANIC NATIONAL-PARK

      Plant ecology
    53. MOE B; BOTNEN A
      A QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF THE EPIPHYTIC VEGETATION ON POLLARDED TRUNKS OF FRAXINUS-EXCELSIOR AT HAVRA, OSTEROY, WESTERN NORWAY

      Plant ecology
    54. DOLEDEC S; CHESSEL D; TERBRAAK CJF; CHAMPELY S
      MATCHING SPECIES TRAITS TO ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES - A NEW 3-TABLE ORDINATION METHOD

      Environmental and ecological statistics
    55. WISER SK; PEET RK; WHITE PS
      HIGH-ELEVATION ROCK OUTCROP VEGETATION OF THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS

      Journal of vegetation science
    56. JOBBAGY EG; PARUELO JM; LEON RJC
      VEGETATION HETEROGENEITY AND DIVERSITY IN FLAT AND MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPES OF PATAGONIA (ARGENTINA)

      Journal of vegetation science
    57. OKLAND RH
      ARE ORDINATION AND CONSTRAINED ORDINATION ALTERNATIVE OR COMPLEMENTARY STRATEGIES IN GENERAL ECOLOGICAL-STUDIES

      Journal of vegetation science
    58. JULLIEN M; THIOLLAY JM
      EFFECTS OF RAIN-FOREST DISTURBANCE AND FRAGMENTATION - COMPARATIVE CHANGES OF THE RAPTOR COMMUNITY ALONG NATURAL AND HUMAN-MADE GRADIENTS IN FRENCH-GUIANA

      Journal of biogeography
    59. SMITH RD
      COMPOSITION, STRUCTURE, AND DISTRIBUTION OF WOODY VEGETATION ON THE CACHE RIVER FLOODPLAIN, ARKANSAS

      Wetlands
    60. VALVERDE PL; MONTANA C
      A RAPID METHODOLOGY FOR VEGETATION SURVEY IN MEXICAN ARID LANDS

      Journal of arid environments
    61. PACHECO MAW; HENDERSON A
      TESTING ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SPECIES ABUNDANCE AND A CONTINUOUS VARIABLE WITH KOLMOGOROV-SMIRNOV STATISTICS

      Vegetatio
    62. MCDONALD DJ; COWLING RM; BOUCHER C
      VEGETATION-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS ON A SPECIES-RICH COASTAL MOUNTAIN-RANGE IN THE FYNBOS BIOME (SOUTH-AFRICA)

      Vegetatio
    63. ROGERS GM; LEATHWICK JR
      NORTH-ISLAND SERAL TUSSOCK GRASSLANDS .3. THE INFLUENCE OF HEATHER (CALLUNA-VULGARIS) ON RATES OF CHANGE FROM TUSSOCK GRASSLAND TO SHRUBLAND

      New Zealand Journal of Botany
    64. BURNS BR; LEATHWICK JR
      VEGETATION-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS AT WAIPOUA FOREST, NORTHLAND, NEW-ZEALAND

      New Zealand Journal of Botany
    65. PARDOE HS
      MICROSCALE PATTERNS OF MODERN POLLEN DEPOSITION WITHIN 3 ALPINE PLANT-COMMUNITIES

      New phytologist
    66. MIHUC TB; MINSHALL GW; MIHUC JR
      SPECIES-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS AMONG FILTER-FEEDING CADDISFLIES (TRICHOPTERA, HYDROPSYCHIDAE) IN ROCKY-MOUNTAIN STREAMS

      The Great Basin naturalist
    67. GEGOUT JC; HOULLIER F
      CANONICAL CORRESPONDENCE-ANALYSIS FOR FOREST SITE CLASSIFICATION - A CASE-STUDY

      Annales des Sciences Forestieres
    68. FREUDENBURG WR; FRICKEL S; GRAMLING R
      BEYOND THE NATURE SOCIETY DIVIDE - LEARNING TO THINK ABOUT A MOUNTAIN

      Sociological forum
    69. FIRBANK LG; WATKINSON AR; NORTON LR; ASHENDEN TW
      PLANT-POPULATIONS AND GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL-CHANGE - THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT TEMPERATURE, CARBON-DIOXIDE AND NUTRIENT REGIMES ON DENSITY-DEPENDENCE IN POPULATIONS OF VULPIA-CILIATA

      Functional ecology
    70. KNOX RG; HARCOMBE PA; ELSIK IS
      CONTRASTING PATTERNS OF RESOURCE LIMITATION IN TREE SEEDLINGS ACROSS A GRADIENT IN SOIL TEXTURE

      Canadian journal of forest research
    71. PARKER AJ
      COMPARATIVE GRADIENT STRUCTURE AND FOREST COVER TYPES IN LASSEN-VOLCANIC-NATIONAL-PARK AND YOSEMITE-NATIONAL-PARK, CALIFORNIA

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    72. MARTIN JL; GASTON AJ; HITIER S
      THE EFFECT OF ISLAND SIZE AND ISOLATION ON OLD-GROWTH FOREST HABITAT AND BIRD DIVERSITY IN GWAII-HAANAS (QUEEN-CHARLOTTE-ISLANDS, CANADA)

      Oikos
    73. FRANQUET E; DOLEDEC S; CHESSEL D
      USING MULTIVARIATE ANALYSES FOR SEPARATING SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL EFFECTS WITHIN SPECIES-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS

      Hydrobiologia
    74. SCHAEFER JA; MESSIER F
      SCALE-DEPENDENT CORRELATIONS OF ARCTIC VEGETATION AND SNOW COVER

      Arctic and alpine research
    75. MORANO LD; WALKER MA
      SOILS AND PLANT-COMMUNITIES ASSOCIATED WITH 3 VITIS SPECIES

      The American midland naturalist
    76. KREMEN C
      BIOLOGICAL INVENTORY USING TARGET TAXA - A CASE-STUDY OF THE BUTTERFLIES OF MADAGASCAR

      Ecological applications
    77. FRANQUET E; CHESSEL D
      STATISTICAL APPROACH OF THE SPATIAL AND T EMPORAL VARIABILITY WITHIN THE SPECIES-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    78. PARKER AJ
      LATITUDINAL GRADIENTS OF CONIFEROUS TREE SPECIES, VEGETATION, AND CLIMATE IN THE SIERRAN-CASCADE AXIS OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

      Vegetatio
    79. BURGAZ AR; FUERTES E; ESCUDERO A
      ECOLOGY OF CRYPTOGAMIC EPIPHYTES AND THEIR COMMUNITIES IN DECIDUOUS FORESTS IN MEDITERRANEAN SPAIN

      Vegetatio
    80. ROGERS GM; LEATHWICK JR
      NORTH-ISLAND SERAL TUSSOCK GRASSLANDS .2. AUTOGENIC SUCCESSION - CHANGE OF TUSSOCK GRASSLAND TO SHRUBLAND

      New Zealand Journal of Botany
    81. MYKLESTAD A
      THE DISTRIBUTION OF SALIX SPECIES IN FENNOSCANDIA - A NUMERICAL-ANALYSIS

      Ecography
    82. MYKLESTAD A; BIRKS HJB
      A NUMERICAL-ANALYSIS OF THE DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS OF SALIX L SPECIES IN EUROPE

      Journal of biogeography
    83. LAVOREL S; DEBUSSCHE M; LEBRETON JD; LEPART J
      SEASONAL PATTERNS IN THE SEED BANK OF MEDITERRANEAN OLD-FIELDS

      Oikos
    84. PALMER MW
      PUTTING THINGS IN EVEN BETTER ORDER - THE ADVANTAGES OF CANONICAL CORRESPONDENCE-ANALYSIS

      Ecology
    85. SAETERSDAL M; BIRKS HJB
      ASSESSING THE REPRESENTATIVENESS OF NATURE-RESERVES USING MULTIVARIATE-ANALYSIS - VASCULAR PLANTS AND BREEDING BIRDS IN DECIDUOUS FORESTS, WESTERN NORWAY

      Biological Conservation


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