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    1. TROPEANO Marcello; SPALLUTO Luigi
      Present-day temperate-type carbonate sedimentation on Apulia shelves (southern Italy)

      GeoActa (Bologna)
    2. ANDRE' J.P.; BIAGI R.; MOGUEDET G.; BUFFARD R.; CLEMENT G.; REDOIS F.; BALOGE P.A.
      Mixed siliciclastic-cool-water carbonate deposits over a tide-dominated epeiric platform: the Faluns of l'Anjou formation (Miocene, W.France)

      Annales de paléontologie [1982]
    3. Blatny, JM; Risoen, PA; Lillehaug, D; Lunde, M; Nes, IF
      Analysis of a regulator involved in the genetic switch between lysis and lysogeny of the temperate Lactococcus lactis phage phi LC3

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND GENOMICS
    4. Weltzin, JF; Snyder, KA; Williams, DG
      Experimental manipulations of precipitation seasonality: Effects on oak (Quercus) seedling demography and physiology

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    5. Rautio, M
      Zooplankton assemblages related to environmental characteristics in treeline ponds in Finnish Lapland

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    6. Perez-Barberia, FJ; Gordon, IJ; Nores, C
      Evolutionary transitions among feeding styles and habitats in ungulates

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    7. Wenny, DG
      Advantages of seed dispersal: A re-evaluation of directed dispersal

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    8. Persson, J; Nasholm, T
      Amino acid uptake: a widespread ability among boreal forest plants

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    9. McIntyre, S
      Biophysical and human influences on plant species richness in grasslands: Comparing variegated landscapes in subtropical and temperate regions

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    10. 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
    11. 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
    12. Boeckx, P; Van Cleemput, O
      Estimates of N2O and CH4 fluxes from agricultural lands in various regionsin Europe

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    13. Kagotani, Y; Hamabata, E; Nakajima, T
      Seasonal and spatial variations and the effects of clear-cutting in the methane absorption rates of a temperate forest soil

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    14. Schulze, CH; Linsenmair, KE; Fiedler, K
      Understorey versus canopy: patterns of vertical stratification and diversity among Lepidoptera in a Bornean rain forest

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    15. Bongers, F
      Methods to assess tropical rain forest canopy structure: an overview

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    16. Foggo, A; Ozanne, CMP; Speight, MR; Hambler, C
      Edge effects and tropical forest canopy invertebrates

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    17. Friedman, DI; Court, DL
      Bacteriophage lambda: alive and well and still doing its thing

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    18. Foschino, R; Picozzi, C; Galli, A
      Comparative study of nine Lactobacillus fermentum bacteriophages

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    19. Xu, M; Qi, Y
      Soil-surface CO2 efflux and its spatial and temporal variations in a youngponderosa pine plantation in northern California

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    20. Hattenschwiler, S; Bretscher, D
      Isopod effects on decomposition of litter produced under elevated CO2, N deposition and different soil types

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    21. Suyker, AE; Verma, SB
      Year-round observations of the net ecosystem exchange of carbon dioxide ina native tallgrass prairie

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    22. Bowling, DR; Tans, PP; Monson, RK
      Partitioning net ecosystem carbon exchange with isotopic fluxes of CO2

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    23. Kaiser, K
      Dissolved organic phosphorus and sulphur as influenced by sorptive interactions with mineral subsoil horizons

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE
    24. Dijkstra, FA; Geibe, C; Holmstrom, S; Lundstrom, US; van Breemen, N
      The effect of organic acids on base cation leaching from the forest floor under six North American tree species

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE
    25. Bishop, AL; Harris, AM; McKenzie, HJ
      Distribution and ecology of the lucerne flea, Sminthurus viridis (L.) (Collembola : Sminthuridae), in irrigated lucerne in the Hunter dairying regionof New South Wales

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY
    26. Bishop, AL; McKenzie, HJ; Harris, AM; Barchia, IM
      Control strategies for the lucerne flea, Sminthurus viridis (L.) (Collembola : Sminthuridae), and their effect on other species in irrigated lucerne in the Hunter dairying region of New South Wales

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY
    27. Lebret, M; Nys, C; Forgeard, F
      Litter production in an Atlantic beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) time sequence

      ANNALS OF FOREST SCIENCE
    28. Roubik, DW
      Ups and downs in pollinator populations: When is there a decline?

      CONSERVATION ECOLOGY
    29. Kearns, CA
      North American, dipteran pollinators: Assessing their value and conservation status

      CONSERVATION ECOLOGY
    30. Le Mer, J; Roger, P
      Production, oxidation, emission and consumption of methane by soils: A review

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL BIOLOGY
    31. Hutsch, BW
      Methane oxidation in non-flooded soils as affected by crop production - invited paper

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    32. Guerrero-Campo, J; Fitter, AH
      Relationships between root characteristics and seed size in two contrasting floras

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    33. Mitchell, MS; Lancia, RA; Gerwin, JA
      Using landscape-level data to predict the distribution of birds on a managed forest: Effects of scale

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    34. Ehrenfeld, JG; Kourtev, P; Huang, WZ
      Changes in soil functions following invasions of exotic understory plants in deciduous forests

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    35. Price, K; Hochachka, G
      Epiphytic lichen abundance: Effects of stand age and composition in coastal British Columbia

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    36. Clark, DA; Brown, S; Kicklighter, DW; Chambers, JQ; Thomlinson, JR; Ni, J
      Measuring net primary production in forests: Concepts and field methods

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    37. Goodale, CL; Aber, JD
      The long-term effects of land-use history on nitrogen cycling in northern hardwood forests

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    38. Guntner, A; Olsson, J; Calver, A; Gannon, B
      Cascade-based disaggregation of continuous rainfall time series: the influence of climate

      HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES
    39. Ghosh, S; Mahoney, SR; Penterman, JN; Peirson, D; Dumbroff, EB
      Ultrastructural and biochemical changes in chloroplasts during Brassica napus senescence

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    40. Aronsson, PG
      Dynamics of nitrate leaching and N-15 turnover in intensively fertilized and irrigated basket willow grown in lysimeters

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    41. Kruger, LM; Midgley, JJ
      The influence of resprouting forest canopy species on richness in SouthernCape forests, South Africa

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    42. Lomolino, MV; Perault, DR
      Island biogeography and landscape ecology of mammals inhabiting fragmented, temperate rain forests

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    43. Deferrari, G; Camilion, C; Pastur, GM; Peri, PL
      Changes in Nothofagus pumilio forest biodiversity during the forest management cycle. 2. Birds

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    44. Ferrara, R; Lanzillotta, E; Ceccarini, C
      Dissolved gaseous mercury concentration and mercury evasional flux from seawater in front of a chlor-alkali plant

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    45. Cowlishaw, DA; Smith, MCM
      Glycosylation of a Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2) cell envelope protein is required for infection by bacteriophage phi C31

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    46. Danner, BT; Knapp, AK
      Growth dynamics of oak seedlings (Quercus macrocarpa Michx. and Quercus muhlenbergii Engelm.) from gallery forests: implications for forest expansioninto grasslands

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    47. Gaertner, MA; Christensen, OB; Prego, JA; Polcher, J; Gallardo, C; Castro, M
      The impact of deforestation on the hydrological cycle in the western Mediterranean: an ensemble study with two regional climate models

      CLIMATE DYNAMICS
    48. Kikuchi, K; Kawasaki, Y; Sato, S
      Effect of seasonal changes on the carbohydrate levels of eelgrass Zostera marina at Odawa Bay

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    49. Fang, JY; Wang, ZM
      Forest biomass estimation at regional and global levels, with special reference to China's forest biomass

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    50. Otani, T
      Measuring fig foraging frequency of the Yakushima macaque by using automatic cameras

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    51. Fisher, SJ; Brown, ML; Willis, DW
      Temporal food web variability in an upper Missouri River backwater: energyorigination points and transfer mechanisms

      ECOLOGY OF FRESHWATER FISH
    52. Bourque, J; Villard, MA
      Effects of selection cutting and landscape-scale harvesting on the reproductive success of two neotropical migrant bird species

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    53. Crumpacker, DW; Box, EO; Hardin, ED
      Temperate-subtropical transition areas for native woody plant species in Florida, USA: Present locations, predicted changes under climatic warming, and implications for conservation

      NATURAL AREAS JOURNAL
    54. Buttle, JM; Lister, SW; Hill, AR
      Controls on runoff components on a forested slope and implications for N transport

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    55. Gordon, S; Sharp, M; Hubbard, B; Willis, I; Smart, C; Copland, L; Harbor, J; Ketterling, B
      Borehole drainage and its implications for the investigation of glacier hydrology: experiences from Haut Glacier d'Arolla, Switzerland

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    56. Kanandjembo, AN; Potter, IC; Platell, ME
      Abrupt shifts in the fish community of the hydrologically variable upper estuary of the Swan River

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    57. Niinemets, U; Ellsworth, DS; Lukjanova, A; Tobias, M
      Site fertility and the morphological and photosynthetic acclimation of Pinus sylvestris needles to light

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    58. McMurtrie, RE; Medlyn, BE; Dewar, RC
      Increased understanding of nutrient immobilization in soil organic matter is critical for predicting the carbon sink strength of forest ecosystems over the next 100 years

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    59. Hendriks, IE; Wilson, DT; Meekan, MG
      Vertical distributions of late stage larval fishes in the nearshore watersof the San Bias Archipelago, Caribbean Panama

      CORAL REEFS
    60. Maskey, SL; Bhattarai, S; Peoples, MB; Herridge, DF
      On-farm measurements of nitrogen fixation by winter and summer legumes in the Hill and Terai regions of Nepal

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    61. Coleman, MA; Connell, SD
      Weak effects of epibiota on the abundances of fishes associated with pier pilings in Sydney Harbour

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    62. Stunz, GW; Levin, PS; Minello, TJ
      Selection of estuarine nursery habitats by wild-caught and hatchery-rearedjuvenile red drum in laboratory mesocosms

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    63. McDowell, WH
      Hurricanes, people, and riparian zones: controls on nutrient losses from forested Caribbean watersheds

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    64. Carey, AB; Harrington, CA
      Small mammals in young forests: implications for management for sustainability

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    65. Carey, AB
      Experimental manipulation of spatial heterogeneity in Douglas-fir forests:effects on squirrels

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    66. Hoshino, D; Nishimura, N; Yamamoto, S
      Age, size structure and spatial pattern of major tree species in an old-growth Chamaecyparis obtusa forest, Central Japan

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    67. Hornberg, S
      Changes in population density of moose (Alces alces) and damage to forestsin Sweden

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    68. Battles, JJ; Shlisky, AJ; Barrett, RH; Heald, RC; Allen-Diaz, BH
      The effects of forest management on plant species diversity in a Sierran conifer forest

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    69. Pew, KL; Larsen, CPS
      GIS analysis of spatial and temporal patterns of human-caused wildfires inthe temperate rain forest of Vancouver Island, Canada

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    70. Narita, S; Kaneko, J; Chiba, J; Piemont, Y; Jarraud, S; Etienne, J; Kamio, Y
      Phage conversion of Panton-Valentine leukocidin in Staphylococcus aureus: molecular analysis of a PVL-converting phage, phi SLT

      GENE
    71. Relling, EA; van Niekerk, WA; Coertze, RJ; Rethman, NFG
      An evaluation of Panicum maximum cv. Gatton: 2. The influence of stage of maturity on diet selection, intake and rumen fermentation in sheep

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE-SUID-AFRIKAANSE TYDSKRIF VIR VEEKUNDE
    72. Relling, EA; van Niekerk, WA; Coertze, RJ; Rethman, NFG
      An evaluation of Panicum maximum cv. Gatton: 3. The partial digestion by sheep of organic matter, nitrogen and neutral detergent fibre of herbage at three stages of maturity during summer, autumn or winter

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE-SUID-AFRIKAANSE TYDSKRIF VIR VEEKUNDE
    73. Davis, J; Amato, P; Kiefer, R
      Soil carbon dioxide in a summer-dry subalpine karst, Marble Mountains, California, USA

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR GEOMORPHOLOGIE
    74. Steinkamp, R; Zimmer, W; Papen, H
      Improved method for detection of methanotrophic bacteria in forest soils by PCR

      CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
    75. Kaiser, K; Guggenberger, G; Zech, W
      Organically bound nutrients in dissolved organic matter fractions in seepage and pore water of weakly developed forest soils

      ACTA HYDROCHIMICA ET HYDROBIOLOGICA
    76. Etisham-Ul-Haq, M; Allnutt, TR; Smith-Ramirez, C; Gardner, MF; Armesto, JJ; Newton, AC
      Patterns of genetic variation in in and ex situ populations of the threatened Chilean vine Berberidopsis corallina, detected using RAPD markers

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    77. Seino, T
      Differences in architecture and shoot growth during stagnant and extensiongrowth phases of Acanthopanax sciadophylloides (Araliaceae)

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    78. Baxter, R; Hansson, L
      Bark consumption by small rodents in the northern and southern hemispheres

      MAMMAL REVIEW
    79. Hofstede, RGM; Dickinson, KJM; Mark, AF
      Distribution, abundance and biomass of epiphyte-lianoid communities in a New Zealand lowland Nothofagus-podocarp temperate rain forest: tropical comparisons

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    80. Wilkinson, DM
      What is the upper size limit for cosmopolitan distribution in free-living microorganisms?

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    81. Allen, KJ; Cook, ER; Francey, RJ; Michael, K
      The climatic response of Phyllocladus aspleniifolius (Labill.) Hook. f in Tasmania

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    82. Johnson, TB; Auge, RM; Green, CD; Stodola, AJW; Olinick, JB; Saxton, AM
      Correlations of stomatal conductance with hydraulic, chemical and environmental variables in five urban tree species

      SCIENTIA HORTICULTURAE
    83. Stoyan, D; Wagner, S
      Estimating the fruit dispersion of anemochorous forest trees

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    84. Dube, P; Fortin, MJ; Canham, CD; Marceau, DJ
      Quantifying gap dynamics at the patch mosaic level using a spatially-explicit model of a northern hardwood forest ecosystem

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    85. O'Donnell, CFJ
      Advances in New Zealand mammalogy 1990-2000: Long-tailed bat

      JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND
    86. Kullberg, Y; Bergstrom, R
      Winter browsing by large herbivores on planted deciduous seedlings in southern Sweden

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    87. Roy, PS; Williams, RJ; Jones, AR; Yassini, I; Gibbs, PJ; Coates, B; West, RJ; Scanes, PR; Hudson, JP; Nichol, S
      Structure and function of south-east Australian estuaries

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    88. Froneman, PW
      Seasonal changes in zooplankton biomass and grazing in a temperate Estuary, South Africa

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    89. MacArthur, LD; Hyndes, GA
      Differential use of seagrass assemblages by a suite of odacid species

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    90. Millard, P; Hester, A; Wendler, R; Baillie, G
      Interspecific defoliation responses of trees depend on sites of winter nitrogen storage

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    91. Kammann, C; Grunhage, L; Jager, HJ; Wachinger, G
      Methane fluxes from differentially managed grassland study plots: the important role of CH4 oxidation in grassland with a high potential for CH4 production

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    92. Atkinson, CJ; Webster, AD
      The influence of the development of temperate fruit tree species on the potential for their uptake of radionuclides

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RADIOACTIVITY
    93. Angel, A; Ojeda, FP
      Structure and trophic organization of subtidal fish assemblages on the northern Chilean coast: the effect of habitat complexity

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    94. Benstead, J; King, GM
      The effect of soil acidification on atmospheric methane uptake by a Maine forest soil

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    95. Mitchell, MJ; Driscoll, CT; Owen, JS; Schaefer, D; Michener, R; Raynal, DJ
      Nitrogen biogeochemistry of three hardwood ecosystems in the Adirondack region of New York

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    96. Groffman, PM; Driscoll, CT; Fahey, TJ; Hardy, JP; Fitzhugh, RD; Tierney, GL
      Colder soils in a warmer world: A snow manipulation study in a northern hardwood forest ecosystem

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    97. Groffman, PM; Driscoll, CT; Fahey, TJ; Hardy, JP; Fitzhugh, RD; Tierney, GL
      Effects of mild winter freezing on soil nitrogen and carbon dynamics in a northern hardwood forest

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    98. Dail, DB; Davidson, EA; Chorover, J
      Rapid abiotic transformation of nitrate in an acid forest soil

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    99. Asner, GP; Townsend, AR; Riley, WJ; Matson, PA; Neff, JC; Cleveland, CC
      Physical and biogeochemical controls over terrestrial ecosystem responses to nitrogen deposition

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    100. Buffam, I; Galloway, JN; Blum, LK; McGlathery, KJ
      A stormflow/baseflow comparison of dissolved organic matter concentrationsand bioavailability in an Appalachian stream

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY


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