Ecological Applications Vol 23 #7


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1519
Linking agricultural practices, mycorrhizal fungi, and traits mediating plant–insect interactions

Nicholas A. Barber, E. Toby Kiers, Nina Theis, Ruth V. Hazzard, Lynn S. Adler
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1531
Interactions between conventional and organic farming for biocontrol services across the landscape

F. J. J. A. Bianchi, A. R. Ives, N. A. Schellhorn
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1544
Size matters: insights from an allometric approach to evaluate control methods for invasive Australian Rhinella marina

Lynne E. Beaty, Christopher J. Salice
Abstract . Full Text . PDF (239 KB) 

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1554
Graph and circuit theory connectivity models of conservation biological control agents

Insu Koh, Helen I. Rowe, Jeffrey D. Holland
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1574
A dynamic reference model: a framework for assessing biodiversity restoration goals in a fire-dependent ecosystem

L. Katherine Kirkman, Analie Barnett, Brett W. Williams, J. Kevin Hiers, Scott M. Pokswinski, Robert J. Mitchell
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1588
Landscape-scale forest disturbance regimes in southern Peruvian Amazonia

Doreen S. Boyd, Ross A. Hill, Chris Hopkinson, Timothy R. Baker
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1603
Multi-scaled drivers of ecosystem state: quantifying the importance of the regional spatial scale

K. S. Cheruvelil, P. A. Soranno, K. E. Webster, M. T. Bremigan
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1619
Realizing ecosystem services: wetland hydrologic function along a gradient of ecosystem condition

Daniel L. McLaughlin, Matthew J. Cohen
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1632
Fish foraging patterns, vulnerability to fishing, and implications for the management of ecosystem function across scales

Kirsty L. Nash, Nicholas A. J. Graham, David R. Bellwood
Abstract . Full Text . PDF (507 KB) 

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1645
Identifying ecological and fishing drivers of bycatch in a U.S. groundfish fishery

Jason E. Jannot, Daniel S. Holland
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1659
A hierarchical Bayesian model for embedding larval drift and habitat models in integrated life cycles for exploited fish

S. Rochette, O. Le Pape, J. Vigneau, E. Rivot
Abstract . Full Text . PDF (1033 KB) 

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1677
Accounting for female reproductive cycles in a superpopulation capture–recapture framework

E. L. Carroll, S. J. Childerhouse, R. M. Fewster, N. J. Patenaude, D. Steel, G. Dunshea, L. Boren, C. S. Baker
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1691
Modeling the relationship between propagule pressure and invasion risk to inform policy and management

Marjorie J. Wonham, James E. Byers, Edwin D. Grosholz, Brian Leung
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1707
Invasive mammals and habitat modification interact to generate unforeseen outcomes for indigenous fauna

Grant Norbury, Andrea Byrom, Roger Pech, James Smith, Dean Clarke, Dean Anderson, Guy Forrester
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1722
Decomposing risk: Landscape structure and wolf behavior generate different predation patterns in two sympatric ungulates

Vincenzo Gervasi, Håkan Sand, Barbara Zimmermann, Jenny Mattisson, Petter Wabakken, John D. C. Linnell
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