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    1. LEROY S.A.G.
      Progress in palynology of the Gelasian-Calabrian Stages in Europe: Ten messages

      Revue de micropaléontologie
    2. LLINAS AGRASAR E.
      Crococillian remains from the Upper Eocene of Dor-El-Talha, Lybia

      Annales de paléontologie [1982]
    3. jOLY C.
      Histoire vegetale d'une tourbiere littorale: le Marais des Bourbes (Olonne-sur-Mer,Vendèe)

      Annales de paléontologie [1982]
    4. JOLY C.
      Histoire vegetale d'une tourbiere littorale: le Marais des Bourbes (Olonne-sur-Mer,Vendèe)

      Annales de paléontologie [1982]
    5. Choi, YH; Lim, KM; Yu, D; Park, HG; Choi, YG; Lee, CM
      Transfer pathways of Mn-54, Co-57, Sr-85, Ru-103 and Cs-134 in rice and radish plants directly contaminated at different growth stages

      ANNALS OF NUCLEAR ENERGY
    6. Hollmann, PJ; Lohbrunner, GK; Shamoun, SF; Lee, SP
      Establishment and characterization of Rubus tissue culture systems for in vitro bioassays against phytotoxins from Rubus fungal pathogens

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    7. Scott, WA; Adamson, JK; Rollinson, J; Parr, TW
      Monitoring of aquatic macrophytes for detection of long-term change in river systems

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    8. Francl, KE; Schnell, GD
      Relationships of human disturbance, bird communities, and plant communities along the land-water interface of a large reservoir

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    9. Jackson, TJ; Hsu, AY; Shutko, A; Tishchenko, Y; Petrenko, B; Kutuza, B; Armand, N
      Priroda microwave radiometer observations in the Southern Great Plains 1997 hydrology experiment

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING
    10. Oindo, BO; Skidmore, AK
      Interannual variability of NDVI and species richness in Kenya

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING
    11. Verma, KS; Saxena, RK; Hajare, TN; Kharche, VK; Kumari, PA
      Spectral response of gram varieties under variable soil conditions

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING
    12. 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
    13. Rees, PM; Ziegler, AM; Gibbs, MT; Kutzbach, JE; Behling, PJ; Rowley, DB
      Permian phytogeographic patterns and climate data/model comparisons

      JOURNAL OF GEOLOGY
    14. Gibbs, MT; Rees, PM; Kutzbach, JE; Ziegler, AM; Behling, PJ; Rowley, DB
      Simulations of Permian climate and comparisons with climate-sensitive sediments

      JOURNAL OF GEOLOGY
    15. Lienert, J; Fischer, M; Diemer, M
      Local extinctions of the wetland specialist Swertia perennis L. (Gentianaceae) in Switzerland: A revisitation study based on herbarium records

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    16. Onianwa, PC
      Roadside topsoil concentrations of lead and other heavy metals in Ibadan, Nigeria

      SOIL & SEDIMENT CONTAMINATION
    17. Weltzin, JF; Snyder, KA; Williams, DG
      Experimental manipulations of precipitation seasonality: Effects on oak (Quercus) seedling demography and physiology

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    18. Gabler, KI; Heady, LT; Laundre, JW
      A habitat suitability model for pygmy rabbits (Brachylagus Idahoensis) in southeastern Idaho

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    19. Whitlock, C; Millspaugh, SH
      A paleoecologic perspective on past plant invasions in Yellowstone

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    20. Chong, GW; Reich, RM; Kalkhan, MA; Stohlgren, TJ
      New approaches for sampling and modeling native and exotic plant species richness

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    21. Olliff, T; Renkin, R; McClure, C; Miller, P; Price, D; Reinhart, D; Whipple, J
      Managing a complex exotic vegetation program in Yellowstone National Park

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    22. Roelle, JE; Gladwin, DN; Cade, BS
      Establishment, growth, and early survival of woody riparian species at a Colorado gravel pit

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    23. Saiwana, L; Holechek, JL; Valdez, R; Cardenas, M
      Mourning Dove numbers on different seral communities in the Chihuahuan Desert

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    24. Haughton, AJ; Bell, JR; Boatman, ND; Wilcox, A
      The effect of the herbicide glyphosate on non-target spiders: Part II. Indirect effects on Lepthyphantes tenuis in field margins

      PEST MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
    25. Crawford, TM; Stensrud, DJ; Mora, F; Merchant, JW; Wetzel, PJ
      Value of incorporating satellite-derived land cover data in MM5/PLACE for simulating surface temperatures

      JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY
    26. Walker, JP; Willgoose, GR; Kalma, JD
      One-dimensional soil moisture profile retrieval by assimilation of near-surface measurements: A simplified soil moisture model and field application

      JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY
    27. Eastman, JL; Coughenour, MB; Pielke, RA
      Does grazing affect regional climate?

      JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY
    28. Kustas, WP; Jackson, TJ; French, AN; MacPherson, JI
      Verification of patch- and regional-scale energy balance estimates derivedfrom microwave and optical remote sensing during SGP97

      JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY
    29. Basist, A; Williams, C; Grody, N; Ross, TF; Shen, S; Chang, ATC; Ferraro, R; Menne, MJ
      Using the special sensor microwave imager to monitor surface wetness

      JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY
    30. Santanello, JA; Carlson, TN
      Mesoscale simulation of rapid soil drying and its implications for predicting daytime temperature

      JOURNAL OF HYDROMETEOROLOGY
    31. Onipchenko, VG; Blinnikov, MS; Aksenova, AA
      Experimental evaluation of shading effects in seasonal dynamics of four alpine communities in northwestern Caucasus, Russia

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    32. Bridle, KL; Kirkpatrick, JB; Cullen, P; Shepherd, RR
      Recovery in alpine heath and grassland following burning and grazing, Eastern Central Plateau, Tasmania, Australia

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    33. Young, KR; Keating, PL
      Remnant forests of Volcan Cotacachi, northern Ecuador

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    34. Semenov, Y; Ramousse, R; Le Berre, M; Tutukarov, Y
      Impact of the black-capped marmot (Marmota camtschatica bungei) on floristic diversity of arctic tundra in Northern Siberia

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    35. Lavoie, C; Arseneault, D
      Late Holocene climate of the James Bay area, Quebec, Canada, reconstructedusing fossil beetles

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    36. Pisaric, MFJ; MacDonald, GM; Cwynar, LC; Velichko, AA
      Modern pollen and conifer stomates from north-central Siberian lake sediments: Their use in interpreting late quaternary fossil pollen assemblages

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    37. Andreev, AA; Peteet, DM; Tarasov, PE; Romanenko, FA; Filimonova, LV; Sulerzhitsky, LD
      Late Pleistocene interstadial environment on Faddeyevskiy Island, East-Siberian sea, Russia

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    38. Clark, ID; Lauriol, B; Harwood, L; Marschner, M
      Groundwater contributions to discharge in a permafrost setting, Big Fish River, NWT, Canada

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    39. Bascompte, J; Rodriguez, MA
      Habitat patchiness and plant species richness

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    40. Davis, MA; Pelsor, M
      Experimental support for a resource-based mechanistic model of invasibility

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    41. Chuine, I; Beaubien, EG
      Phenology is a major determinant of tree species range

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    42. Gotelli, NJ; Colwell, RK
      Quantifying biodiversity: procedures and pitfalls in the measurement and comparison of species richness

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    43. Radford, IJ; Nicholas, DM; Brown, JR; Kriticos, DJ
      Paddock-scale patterns of seed production and dispersal in the invasive shrub Acacia nilotica (Mimosaceae) in northern Australian rangelands

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    44. 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
    45. McIntyre, S
      Biophysical and human influences on plant species richness in grasslands: Comparing variegated landscapes in subtropical and temperate regions

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    46. Martin, TJ; Major, RE
      Changes in wolf spider (Araneae) assemblages across woodland-pasture boundaries in the central wheat-belt of New South Wales, Australia

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    47. Funes, G; Basconcelo, S; Diaz, S; Cabido, M
      Edaphic patchiness influences grassland regeneration from the soil seed-bank in mountain grasslands of central Argentina

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    48. Woinarski, JCZ; Fisher, A; Brennan, K; Morris, I; Chatto, R
      Patterns of bird species richness and composition on islands off Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    49. Pettit, NE; Froend, RH
      Long-term changes in the vegetation after the cessation of livestock grazing in Eucalyptus marginata (jarrah) woodland remnants

      AUSTRAL ECOLOGY
    50. Moen, J; Meurk, CD
      Competitive abilities of three indigenous New Zealand plant species in relation to the introduced plant Hieracium pilosella

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    51. Aarssen, LW
      On correlations and causations between productivity and species richness in vegetation: predictions from habitat attributes

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    52. Whittingham, MJ; Percival, SM; Brown, AF
      Habitat selection by golden plover Pluvialis apricaria chicks

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    53. Lilienfein, J; Wilcke, W; Zimmermann, R; Gerstberger, P; Araujo, GM; Zech, W
      Nutrient storage in soil and biomass of native Brazilian Cerrado

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    54. Leinweber, P; Schulten, HR; Kalbitz, K; Meissner, R; Jancke, H
      Fulvic acid composition in degraded fenlands

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    55. Ekschmitt, K; Klein, A; Pieper, B; Wolters, V
      Biodiversity and functioning of ecological communities - why is diversity important in some cases and unimportant in others?

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION AND SOIL SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PFLANZENERNAHRUNG UND BODENKUNDE
    56. Kiehl, K; Esselink, P; Gettner, S; Bakker, JP
      The impact of sheep grazing on net nitrogen mineralization rate in two temperate salt marshes

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    57. Graca, MAS
      The role of invertebrates on leaf litter decomposition in streams - A review

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    58. Braioni, MG; Gumiero, B; Salmoiraghi, G
      Leaf bags and natural leaf packs: Two approaches to evaluate river functional characteristics

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

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

      ECOSYSTEMS
    61. Zarin, DJ; Ducey, MJ; Tucker, JM; Salas, WA
      Potential biomass accumulation in Amazonian regrowth forests

      ECOSYSTEMS
    62. Paruelo, JM; Jobbagy, EG; Sala, OE
      Current distribution of ecosystem functional types in temperate South America

      ECOSYSTEMS
    63. Iverson, LR; Prasad, AM
      Potential changes in tree species richness and forest community types following climate change

      ECOSYSTEMS
    64. Shafer, SL; Bartlein, PJ; Thompson, RS
      Potential changes in the distributions of western North America tree and shrub taxa under future climate scenarios

      ECOSYSTEMS
    65. 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
    66. 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
    67. Holmgren, M; Scheffer, M
      El Nino as a window of opportunity for the restoration of degraded arid ecosystems

      ECOSYSTEMS
    68. 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
    69. De Troch, M; Gurdebeke, S; Fiers, F; Vincx, M
      Zonation and structuring factors of meiofauna communities in a tropical seagrass bed (Gazi Bay, Kenya)

      JOURNAL OF SEA RESEARCH
    70. Monaco, TA; Briske, DD
      Contrasting shade avoidance responses in two perennial grasses: a field investigation in simulated sparse and dense canopies

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    71. Couteron, P
      Using spectral analysis to confront distributions of individual species with an overall periodic pattern in semi-arid vegetation

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    72. Meentemeyer, RK; Moody, A; Franklin, J
      Landscape-scale patterns of shrub-species abundance in California chaparral - The role of topographically mediated resource gradients

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    73. Townsend, PA
      Relationships between vegetation patterns and hydroperiod on the Roanoke River floodplain, North Carolina

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    74. Bowersox, MA; Brown, DG
      Measuring the abruptness of patchy ecotones - A simulation-based comparison of landscape pattern statistics

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

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    76. Barthlott, W; Schmit-Neuerburg, V; Nieder, J; Engwald, S
      Diversity and abundance of vascular epiphytes: a comparison of secondary vegetation and primary montane rain forest in the Venezuelan Andes

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    77. Slingsby, DR; Proctor, J; Carter, SP
      Stabililty and change in ultramafic fellfield vegatation at the Keen of Hamar, Shetland, Scotland

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    78. Valbuena, L; Trabaud, L
      Contribution of the soil seed bank to post-fire recovery of a heathland

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    79. Zoete, T
      Variation in the vegetation of Melaleuca quiquenervia dominated forested wetlands of the Moreton region

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    80. Rosales, J; Petts, G; Knab-Vispo, C
      Ecological gradients within the riparian forests of the lower Caura River,Venezuela

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    81. Viers, J; Dupre, B; Braun, JJ; Freydier, R; Greenberg, S; Ngoupayou, JN; Nkamdjou, LS
      Evidence for non-conservative behaviour of chlorine in humid tropical environments

      AQUATIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    82. Houghton, RA; Lawrence, KT; Hackler, JL; Brown, S
      The spatial distribution of forest biomass in the Brazilian Amazon: a comparison of estimates

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    83. Eastman, JL; Coughenour, MB; Pielke, RA
      The regional effects of CO2 and landscape change using a coupled plant andmeteorological model

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    84. Paruelo, JM; Burke, IC; Lauenroth, WK
      Land-use impact on ecosystem functioning in eastern Colorado, USA

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    85. Menzel, A; Estrella, N; Fabian, P
      Spatial and temporal variability of the phenological seasons in Germany from 1951 to 1996

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    86. 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
    87. Garnett, MH; Ineson, P; Stevenson, AC; Howard, DC
      Terrestrial organic carbon storage in a British moorland

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    88. Oba, G; Post, E; Stenseth, NC
      Sub-saharan desertification and productivity are linked to hemispheric climate variability

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    89. Shugart, HH; French, NHF; Kasischke, ES; Slawski, JJ; Dull, CW; Shuchman, RA; Mwangi, J
      Detection of vegetation change using reconnaissance imagery

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    90. Amiro, BD
      Paired-tower measurements of carbon and energy fluxes following disturbance in the boreal forest

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    91. Beckmann, M; Lloyd, D
      Mass spectrometric monitoring of gases (CO2, CH4, O-2) in a mesotrophic peat core from Kopparas Mire, Sweden

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    92. Curran, PJ
      Remote sensing: Using the spatial domain

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECOLOGICAL STATISTICS
    93. Karlik, JF; Winer, AM
      Measured isoprene emission rates of plants in California landscapes: comparison to estimates from taxonomic relationships

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    94. Brunke, EG; Labuschagne, C; Scheel, HE
      Trace gas variations at Cape Point, South Africa, during May 1997 following a regional biomass burning episode

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    95. Owen, SM; Boissard, C; Hewitt, CN
      Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted from 40 Mediterranean plant species: VOC speciation and extrapolation to habitat scale

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    96. Oksanen, E; Holopainen, T
      Responses of two birch (Betula pendula Roth) clones to different ozone profiles with similar AOT40 exposure

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    97. Sievering, H; Kelly, T; McConville, G; Seibold, C; Turnipseed, A
      Nitric acid dry deposition to conifer forests: Niwot Ridge spruce-fir-pinestudy

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    98. Alfani, A; Maisto, G; Prati, MV; Baldantoni, D
      Leaves of Quercus ilex L. as biomonitors of PAHs in the air of Naples (Italy)

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    99. Feliciano, MS; Pio, CA; Vermeulen, AT
      Evaluation of SO2 dry deposition over short vegetation in Portugal

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    100. Raupach, MR; Woods, N; Dorr, G; Leys, JF; Cleugh, HA
      The entrapment of particles by windbreaks

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT


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