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2017 (5)
Do Not Publish. Lindenmayer, D. & Scheele, B. Science, 356(6340):800–801, May, 2017.
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Deadly New Wheat Disease Threatens Europe's Crops. Bhattacharya, S. Nature, 542(7640):145–146, February, 2017.
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Observational Evidence for Cloud Cover Enhancement over Western European Forests. Teuling, A. J., Taylor, C. M., Meirink, J. F., Melsen, L. A., Miralles, D. G., van Heerwaarden , C. C., Vautard, R., Stegehuis, A. I., Nabuurs, G., & de Arellano , J. V. Nature Communications, 8:14065+, January, 2017.
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Biological Annihilation via the Ongoing Sixth Mass Extinction Signaled by Vertebrate Population Losses and Declines. Ceballos, G., Ehrlich, P. R., & Dirzo, R. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(30):E6089-E6096, July, 2017.
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Citizen Science Application - Invasive Alien Species in Europe. Tsiamis, K., Gervasini, E., D'Amico, F., Deriu, I., Roglia, E., Shade, S., Craglia, M., & Cardoso, A. C. Volume 28441 of EUR - Scientific and Technical Research, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2017.
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2016 (9)
A Unified Cropland Layer at 250 m for Global Agriculture Monitoring. Waldner, F., Fritz, S., Di Gregorio, A., Plotnikov, D., Bartalev, S., Kussul, N., Gong, P., Thenkabail, P., Hazeu, G., Klein, I., Löw, F., Miettinen, J., Dadhwal, V., Lamarche, C., Bontemps, S., & Defourny, P. Data, 1(1):3+, March, 2016.
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Wave Climate in the Arctic 1992-2014: Seasonality and Trends. Stopa, J. E., Ardhuin, F., & Girard-Ardhuin, F. The Cryosphere, 10(4):1605–1629, July, 2016.
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The Resource Identification Initiative: A Cultural Shift in Publishing. Bandrowski, A., Brush, M., Grethe, J. S., Haendel, M. A., Kennedy, D. N., Hill, S., Hof, P. R., Martone, M. E., Pols, M., Tan, S. S., Washington, N., Zudilova-Seinstra, E., & Vasilevsky, N. Neuroinformatics, 14(2):169–182, 2016.
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Higher-Order Organization of Complex Networks. Benson, A. R., Gleich, D. F., & Leskovec, J. Science, 353(6295):163–166, July, 2016.
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Projections of Climate Change Indices of Temperature and Precipitation from an Ensemble of Bias-Adjusted High-Resolution EURO-CORDEX Regional Climate Models. Dosio, A. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 121(10):2015JD024411-5511, May, 2016.
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Forest-Landscape Structure Mediates Effects of a Spruce Bark Beetle (Dendroctonus Rufipennis) Outbreak on Subsequent Likelihood of Burning in Alaskan Boreal Forest. Hansen, W. D., Chapin, F. S., Naughton, H. T., Rupp, T. S., & Verbyla, D. Forest Ecology and Management, 369:38–46, June, 2016.
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Europe's Forest Management Did Not Mitigate Climate Warming. Naudts, K., Chen, Y., McGrath, M. J., Ryder, J., Valade, A., Otto, J., & Luyssaert, S. Science, 351(6273):597–600, 2016.
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Does Increased Forest Protection Correspond to Higher Fire Severity in Frequent-Fire Forests of the Western United States?. Bradley, C. M., Hanson, C. T., & DellaSala, D. A. Ecosphere, 7(10):e01492+, October, 2016.
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Define the Anthropocene in Terms of the Whole Earth. Hamilton, C. Nature, 536(7616):251, August, 2016.
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2015 (13)
Possible Land Management Uses of Common Cypress to Reduce Wildfire Initiation Risk: A Laboratory Study. Della Rocca, G., Hernando, C., Madrigal, J., Danti, R., Moya, J., Guijarro, M., Pecchioli, A., & Moya, B. Journal of Environmental Management, 159:68–77, August, 2015.
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Climate-Change 'hiatus' Disappears with New Data. Tollefson, J. Nature, June, 2015.
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Interdisciplinary Research by the Numbers. Van Noorden, R. Nature, 525(7569):306–307, September, 2015.
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Watchdogs of the European System. Wilsdon, J. Science, 348(6238):947, May, 2015.
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Editorial. Trafimow, D. & Marks, M. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 37(1):1–2, January, 2015.
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Tree Neighbourhood Matters - Tree Species Composition Drives Diversity-Productivity Patterns in a near-Natural Beech Forest. Ratcliffe, S., Holzwarth, F., Nadrowski, K., Levick, S., & Wirth, C. Forest Ecology and Management, 335:225–234, January, 2015.
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Rational Design of Antibiotic Treatment Plans: A Treatment Strategy for Managing Evolution and Reversing Resistance. Mira, P. M., Crona, K., Greene, D., Meza, J. C., Sturmfels, B., & Barlow, M. PLOS ONE, 10(5):e0122283+, 2015.
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Fast Computing for Distance Covariance. Huo, X. & Székely, G. J. Technometrics, June, 2015.
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Pacific Origin of the Abrupt Increase in Indian Ocean Heat Content during the Warming Hiatus. Lee, S., Park, W., Baringer, M. O., Gordon, A. L., Huber, B., & Liu, Y. Nature Geosci, 8(6):445–449, June, 2015.
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DDDAS-Based Information-Aggregation for Crowd Dynamics Modeling with UAVs and UGVs. Yuan, Y., Wang, Z., Li, M., Son, Y., & Liu, J. Frontiers in Robotics and AI, April, 2015.
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Which People Use Which Scientific Papers? An Evaluation of Data from F1000 and Mendeley. Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. Journal of Informetrics, 9(3):477–487, July, 2015.
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Five Selfish Reasons to Work Reproducibly. Markowetz, F. Genome Biology, 16(1):274+, December, 2015.
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Trusting Others to 'Do the Math'. Koeser, R. S. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 40(4):376–392, October, 2015.
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2014 (11)
Remaining Natural Vegetation in the Global Biodiversity Hotspots. Sloan, S., Jenkins, C. N., Joppa, L. N., Gaveau, D. L. A., & Laurance, W. F. Biological Conservation, 177:12–24, September, 2014.
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Time to Do Something about Reproducibility. Morrison, S. J. eLife, 3:e03981+, December, 2014.
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Taking a Bite out of Biodiversity. Machovina, B. & Feeley, K. J. Science, 343(6173):838, February, 2014.
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Mycorrhiza-Mediated Competition between Plants and Decomposers Drives Soil Carbon Storage. Averill, C., Turner, B. L., & Finzi, A. C. Nature, 505(7484):543–545, January, 2014.
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Land Cover and Soil Erodibility within the E-RUSLE Model. Bosco, C. & de Rigo , D. Scientific Topics Focus, 1:mri11b13+, 2014.
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Status and Ecological Effects of the World's Largest Carnivores. Ripple, W. J., Estes, J. A., Beschta, R. L., Wilmers, C. C., Ritchie, E. G., Hebblewhite, M., Berger, J., Elmhagen, B., Letnic, M., Nelson, M. P., Schmitz, O. J., Smith, D. W., Wallach, A. D., & Wirsing, A. J. Science, 343(6167):1241484+, January, 2014.
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Reproducibility in Ecological Research. Huang, X. Science, December, 2014.
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A Description of the Symptoms of Acute Oak Decline in Britain and a Comparative Review on Causes of Similar Disorders on Oak in Europe. Denman, S., Brown, N., Kirk, S., Jeger, M., & Webber, J. Forestry, 87(4):535–551, 2014.
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Can Recent Pan-Tropical Biomass Maps Be Used to Derive Alternative Tier 1 Values for Reporting REDD+ Activities under UNFCCC?. Langner, A., Achard, F., & Grassi, G. Environmental Research Letters, 9:124008+, 2014.
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Retraction Challenges. Nature Nature, 514(7520):5, October, 2014.
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What the Numbers Tell Us. Chin, G. & Culotta, E. Science, 344(6186):818–821, May, 2014.
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2013 (11)
Rising Policy Conflicts in Europe over Bioenergy and Forestry. Söderberg, C. & Eckerberg, K. Forest Policy and Economics, 33:112–119, August, 2013.
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Disciplinary Action. Nature Nature, 495(7442):409–410, March, 2013.
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Forest Landscape in Europe: Pattern, Fragmentation and Connectivity. Estreguil, C., Caudullo, G., de Rigo , D., & San-Miguel-Ayanz, J. Volume 25717 of EUR - Scientific and Technical Research, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2013.
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Landslide-Facilitated Species Diversity in a Beech-Dominant Forest. Seiwa, K., Miwa, Y., Akasaka, S., Kanno, H., Tomita, M., Saitoh, T., Ueno, N., Kimura, M., Hasegawa, Y., Konno, M., & Masaka, K. Ecological Research, 28(1):29–41, November, 2013.
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A Meta-Analysis of the Effect of Forest Management for Timber on Understory Plant Species Diversity in Temperate Forests. Duguid, M. C. & Ashton, M. S. Forest Ecology and Management, 303:81–90, September, 2013.
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Knowledge Freedom in Computational Science: A Two Stage Peer-Review Process with KF Eligibility Access Review. de Rigo , D. Notes on Transdisciplinary Modelling for Environment, November, 2013.
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Determining Landscape Fine Fuel Moisture Content of the Kilmore East 'Black Saturday' Wildfire Using Spatially-Extended Point-Based Models. Sullivan, A. L. & Matthews, S. Environmental Modelling & Software, 40:98–108, February, 2013.
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The Consequence of Tree Pests and Diseases for Ecosystem Services. Boyd, I. L., Freer-Smith, P. H., Gilligan, C. A., & Godfray, H. C. J. Science, 342(6160):1235773+, November, 2013.
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The Structure, Distribution, and Biomass of the World's Forests. Pan, Y., Birdsey, R. A., Phillips, O. L., & Jackson, R. B. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 44(1):593–622, 2013.
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The FAOSTAT Database of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agriculture - IOPscience. Tubiello, F. N., Salvatore, M., Rossi, S., Ferrara, A., Fitton, N., & Smith, P. Environmental Research Letters, 8(1):015009+, 2013.
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Landslide Process and Impacts: A Proposed Classification Method. Alimohammadlou, Y., Najafi, A., & Yalcin, A. Catena, 104:219–232, May, 2013.
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2012 (1)
Fire Ecology and Post-Fire Restoration Approaches in Southern European Forest Types. Vallejo, Arianoutsou, M., & Moreira, F. In Moreira, F., Arianoutsou, M., Corona, P., & De las Heras, J., editors, Post-Fire Management and Restoration of Southern European Forests, volume 24, of Managing Forest Ecosystems, pages 93–119. Springer Netherlands, 2012.
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2011 (5)
SESAM - a New Framework Integrating Macroecological and Species Distribution Models for Predicting Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Species Assemblages. Guisan, A. & Rahbek, C. Journal of Biogeography, 38(8):1433–1444, August, 2011.
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Post-Wildfire Soil Erosion in the Mediterranean: Review and Future Research Directions. Shakesby, R. A. Earth-Science Reviews, 105(3-4):71–100, April, 2011.
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Harmonization Tests. Chirici, G., McRoberts, R. E., Winter, S., Barbati, A., Brändli, U., Abegg, M., Beranova, J., Rondeux, J., Bertini, R., Alberdi Asensio, I., & Condés, S. In Chirici, G., Winter, S., & McRoberts, R. E., editors, National Forest Inventories: Contributions to Forest Biodiversity Assessments, volume 20, of Managing Forest Ecosystems, pages 121–190. Springer Netherlands, 2011.
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Impact of Drought on Wildland Fires in Greece: Implications of Climatic Change?. Dimitrakopoulos, A. P., Vlahou, M., Anagnostopoulou, C., & Mitsopoulos, I. D. Climatic Change, 109(3-4):331–347, February, 2011.
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Tree-Rings Reflect the Impact of Climate Change on Quercus Ilex L. along a Temperature Gradient in Spain over the Last 100 Years. Gea-Izquierdo, G., Cherubini, P., & Cañellas, I. Forest Ecology and Management, 262(9):1807–1816, November, 2011.
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2010 (2)
Climatic Impact of Global-Scale Deforestation: Radiative versus Nonradiative Processes. Davin, E. L. & de Noblet-Ducoudré , N. Journal of Climate, 23(1):97–112, January, 2010.
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Science 101: Building the Foundations for Real Understanding. Thanukos, A., Scotchmoor, J. G., Caldwell, R., & Lindberg, D. R. Science, 330(6012):1764–1765, December, 2010.
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2009 (6)
Climate Change, Habitat Loss, Protected Areas and the Climate Adaptation Potential of Species in Mediterranean Ecosystems Worldwide. Klausmeyer, K. R. & Shaw, M. R. PLOS ONE, 4(7):e6392+, July, 2009.
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Status of Desertification in the Mediterranean Region. Safriel, U. N. In Rubio, J. L., Safriel, U., Daussa, R., Blum, W., & Pedrazzini, F., editors, Water Scarcity, Land Degradation and Desertification in the Mediterranean Region, of NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security, pages 33–73. Springer Netherlands, 2009.
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Programmers, Professors, and Parasites: Credit and Co-Authorship in Computer Science. Solomon, J. Science and Engineering Ethics, 15(4):467–489, 2009.
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Forecasting the Outbreak of Moorland Wildfires in the English Peak District. Albertson, K., Aylen, J., Cavan, G., & McMorrow, J. Journal of Environmental Management, 90(8):2642–2651, June, 2009.
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Old Trees and the Meaning of 'Old'. Schweingruber, F. H. & Wirth, C. In Wirth, C., Gleixner, G., & Heimann, M., editors, Old-Growth Forests, volume 207, of Ecological Studies, pages 35–54. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, 2009.
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Post-Fire Geomorphic Response in Steep, Forested Landscapes: Oregon Coast Range, USA. Jackson, M. & Roering, J. J. Quaternary Science Reviews, 28(11-12):1131–1146, June, 2009.
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2008 (2)
Vegetation-Environment Relationships in the Alderwood Communities of Caspian Lowlands, N. Iran (toward an Ecological Classification). Naqinezhad, A., Hamzeh'ee, B., & Attar, F. Flora - Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants, 203(7):567–577, October, 2008.
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Carbon and Nitrogen in Forest Floor and Mineral Soil under Six Common European Tree Species. Vesterdal, L., Schmidt, I. K., Callesen, I., Nilsson, L. O., & Gundersen, P. Forest Ecology and Management, 255(1):35–48, February, 2008.
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2007 (3)
Climate Change and Forests of the Future: Managing in the Face of Uncertainty. Millar, C. I., Stephenson, N. L., & Stephens, S. L. Ecological Applications, 17(8):2145–2151, December, 2007.
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Open Sourcing Ecological Data. Parr, C. S. BioScience, 57(4):309–310, April, 2007.
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Generalized Allometric Volume and Biomass Equations for Some Tree Species in Europe. Muukkonen, P. 126(2):157–166, 2007.
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2006 (5)
Improving Generalized Regression Analysis for the Spatial Prediction of Forest Communities. Maggini, R., Lehmann, A., Zimmermann, N. E., & Guisan, A. Journal of Biogeography, 33(10):1729–1749, October, 2006.
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Atmospheric Conditions Associated with the Exceptional Fire Season of 2003 in Portugal. Trigo, R. M., Pereira, J. M. C., Pereira, M. G., Mota, B., Calado, T. J., Dacamara, C. C., & Santo, F. E. International Journal of Climatology, 26(13):1741–1757, November, 2006.
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Modelling the Growth of Quercus Frainetto in Greece. Chatziphilippidis, G. & Spyroglou, G. In Sustainable Forest Management, pages 373–395. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006.
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Predicting Habitat Suitability with Machine Learning Models: The Potential Area of Pinus Sylvestris L. in the Iberian Peninsula. Garzón, M. B., Blazek, R., Neteler, M., Dios, R. S., Ollero, H. S., & Furlanello, C. Ecological Modelling, 197(3-4):383–393, August, 2006.
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Detection of Plum Pox Virus in Ornamental Prunus Cerasifera. Elibuyuk Phytoparasitica, 34(4):347–352, 2006.
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2005 (2)
Olive (Olea Europaea L.). Rugini, E., Mencuccini, M., Biasi, R., & Altamura, M. In Jain & Gupta, P., editors, Protocol for Somatic Embryogenesis in Woody Plants, volume 77, of Forestry Sciences, pages 345–360. Springer Netherlands, 2005.
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Root System Asymmetry of Mediterranean Pines. Ganatsas, P. & Spanos, I. Plant and Soil, 278(1-2):75–83, December, 2005.
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2004 (3)
Would Climate Change Drive Species out of Reserves? An Assessment of Existing Reserve-Selection Methods. Araujo, M. B., Cabeza, M., Thuiller, W., Hannah, L., & Williams, P. H. Global Change Biology, 10(9):1618–1626, September, 2004.
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Direct Regeneration Is Not the Only Response of Mediterranean Forests to Large Fires. Rodrigo, A., Retana, J., & Picó, F. X. Ecology, 85(3):716–729, March, 2004.
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Global Climate and the Distribution of Plant Biomes. Woodward, F. I., Lomas, M. R., & Kelly, C. K. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 359(1450):1465–1476, October, 2004.
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2003 (2)
The Politics of Publication. Lawrence, P. A. Nature, 422(6929):259–261, March, 2003.
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Volatile Compounds from Leaf-Buds of Populus Nigra L. (Salicaceae). Jerković, I. & Mastelić, J. Phytochemistry, 63(1):109–113, 2003.
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2002 (4)
Analysis of Trophic Indices in Gypsy Moth (Lymantria Dispar L.) Larvae from Two Geographic Populations. Andreeva, E. M. Russian Journal of Ecology, 33(5):342–348, 2002.
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Ecological responses to recent climate change. Walther, G., Post, E., Convey, P., Menzel, A., Parmesan, C., Beebee, T., J., C., Fromentin, J., Hoegh-Guldberg, O., Bairlein, F., & Anonymous Nature, 416(6879):389-395, 2002.
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Association between Cedar Decline and Hillslope Stability in Mountainous Regions of Southeast Alaska. Johnson, A. C. & Wilcock, P. Geomorphology, 46(1-2):129–142, July, 2002.
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Bacteria Associated with Hazelnut (Corylus Avellana L.) Decline Are of Two Groups: Pseudomonas Avellanae and Strains Resembling P. Syringae Pv. Syringae. Scortichini, M., Marchesi, U., Rossi, M. P., & Di Prospero, P. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 68(2):476–484, February, 2002.
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2001 (2)
Post-Fire Legacy of Ectomycorrhizal Fungal Communities in the Swedish Boreal Forest in Relation to Fire Severity and Logging Intensity. Dahlberg, A., Schimmel, J., Taylor, A. F. S., & Johannesson, H. Biological Conservation, 100(2):151–161, August, 2001.
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Charcoal as a Fire Proxy. Whitlock, C. & Larsen, C. In Smol, J. P., Birks, H. J. B., Last, W. M., Bradley, R. S., & Alverson, K., editors, Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments: Terrestrial, Algal, and Siliceous Indicators, volume 3, of Developments in Paleoenvironmental Research, pages 75–97. Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, 2001.
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2000 (1)
The Ecological and Evolutionary Significance of Frost in the Context of Climate Change. Inouye, D. W. Ecology Letters, 3(5):457–463, September, 2000.
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1999 (2)
Plant-Pest Interactions in Time and Space: A Douglas-Fir Bark Beetle Outbreak as a Case Study. Powers, J. S., Sollins, P., Harmon, M. E., & Jones, J. Landscape Ecology, 14(2):105–120, 1999.
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Post-Fire Succession in Two Quercus Pyrenaica Communities with Different Disturbance Histories. Calvo, L., Tárrega, R., & de Luis , E. Annals of Forest Science, 56(5):441–447, 1999.
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1997 (2)
The Politics of Environmental Discourse: Ecological Modernization and the Policy Process. Hajer, M. A. Oxford University Press, September, 1997.
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PROFILE - Hungry Water: Effects of Dams and Gravel Mining on River Channels. Kondolf, G. M. Environmental Management, 21(4):533–551, July, 1997.
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1996 (1)
Impact of Drought and Hypoxylon Mediterraneum on Oak Decline in the Mediterranean Region. Vannini, A., Valentini, R., & Luisi, N. Annales des Sciences Forestières, 53(2-3):753–760, 1996.
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1992 (1)
The Ecological Status of Grey Alder (Alnus Incana (L.) Moench) in the Upper Subalpine Birch Forest of the Central Scandes. Kullman, L. New Phytologist, 120(3):445–451, 1992.
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1991 (1)
Biodiversity Studies: Science and Policy. Ehrlich, P. R. & Wilson, E. O. Science, 253(5021):758–762, August, 1991.
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1989 (1)
Explanatory Supplement to Ecoregions Map of the Continents. Bailey, R. G. Environmental Conservation, 16:307–309, December, 1989.
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1988 (1)
A Study of the Relation of Meteorological Variables to Monthly Provincial Area Burned by Wildfire in Canada (1953-80). Flannigan, M. D. & Harrington, J. B. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 27(4):441–452, April, 1988.
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1981 (1)
Prunus Mahaleb and Birds: The High-efficiency Seed Dispersal System of a Temperate Fruiting Tree. Herrera, C. M. & Jordano, P. Ecological Monographs, 51(2):203–218, June, 1981.
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1973 (1)
Simultaneous Estimation of Multinomial Cell Probabilities. Fienberg, S. E. & Holland, P. W. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 68(343):683–691, September, 1973.
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1909 (1)
Trees and Their Life Histories - Illustrated from Photographs by Henry Irving. Groom, P. Cassell, London, 1909.
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Rising Policy Conflicts in Europe over Bioenergy and Forestry. Söderberg, C. & Eckerberg, K. 33:112–119.
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