sobota, 28 stycznia 2012

Journal of Plant Ecology - 5 (1), 2012



Shixiao Yu, Da-Yong Zhang, and Fangliang He
The multitude of biodiversity: methods, theories and applications

Research Articles

Robert K. Colwell, Anne Chao, Nicholas J. Gotelli, Shang-Yi Lin, Chang Xuan Mao, Robin L. Chazdon, and John T. Longino
Editor's Choice: Models and estimators linking individual-based and sample-based rarefaction, extrapolation and comparison of assemblages

Subhash R. Lele, Monica Moreno, and Erin Bayne
Dealing with detection error in site occupancy surveys: what can we do with a single survey?

Sean R. Connolly and Loic M. Thibaut
A comparative analysis of alternative approaches to fitting species-abundance models

Brian J. McGill
Trees are rarely most abundant where they grow best

Annette M. Ostling
Large-scale spatial synchrony and the stability of forest biodiversity revisited

James Rosindell, Patrick A. Jansen, and Rampal S. Etienne
Age structure in neutral theory resolves inconsistencies related to reproductive-size threshold

Fangliang He, Da-Yong Zhang, and Kui Lin
Coexistence of nearly neutral species

Da-Yong Zhang, Bo-Yu Zhang, Kui Lin, Xinhua Jiang, Yi Tao, Stephen Hubbell, Fangliang He, and Annette Ostling
Editor's Choice: Demographic trade-offs determine species abundance and diversity

Zechen Peng, Shurong Zhou, and Da-Yong Zhang
Dispersal and recruitment limitation contribute differently to community assembly

J. A. Colin Bergeron, F. Guillaume Blanchet, John R. Spence, and W. Jan A. Volney
Ecosystem classification and inventory maps as surrogates for ground beetle assemblages in boreal forest

Corey J. A. Bradshaw
Little left to lose: deforestation and forest degradation in Australia since European colonization


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