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Digital Appendices and Supplements for
Ecological Applications, Volume 15, 2005

DeFries, Ruth, Andrew Hansen, Adrian C. Newton, and Matthew C. Hansen. 2005.
Increasing isolation of protected areas in tropical forests over the past twenty years.
Ecological Applications 15:19–26.
Ecological Archives A015-001.

Gillespie, Thomas W. 2005.
Predicting woody-plant species richness in tropical dry forests: a case study from south Florida, USA.
Ecological Applications 15:27–37.
Ecological Archives A015-002.

Ometto, J. P. H., L. B. Flanagan, L. A. Martinelli, and J. R. Ehleringer. 2005.
Oxygen isotope ratios of waters and respired CO2 in Amazonian forest and pasture ecosystems.
Ecological Applications 15:58–70.
Ecological Archives A015-003.

King, Ryan S., Matthew E. Baker, Dennis F. Whigham, Donald E. Weller, Thomas E. Jordan, Paul F. Kazyak, and Martin K. Hurd. 2005.
Spatial considerations for linking watershed land cover to ecological indicators in streams.
Ecological Applications 15:137–153.
Ecological Archives A015-004.

Liu, Hong, Eric S. Menges, and Pedro F. Quintana-Ascencio. 2005.
Population viability analyses of Chamaecrista keyensis: effects of fire season and frequency.
Ecological Applications 15:210–221.
Ecological Archives A015-005.

Griffith, Alan B., and Irwin N. Forseth. 2005.
Population matrix models of Aeschynomene virginica, a rare annual plant: implications for conservation.
Ecological Applications 15:222–233.
Ecological Archives A015-006.

Martin, Tara G., Petra M. Kuhnert, Kerrie Mengersen, and Hugh P. Possingham. 2005.
The power of expert opinion in ecological models using Bayesian methods: impact of grazing on birds.
Ecological Applications 15:266–280.
Ecological Archives A015-007.

Smith, Barry D., W. Sean Boyd, and Matthew R. Evans. 2005.
A clutch and brood survival model that discriminates random and correlated mortality.
Ecological Applications 15:281–293.
Ecological Archives A015-008.

Okuyama, Toshinori, and Benjamin M. Bolker. 2005.
Combining genetic and ecological data to estimate sea turtle origins.
Ecological Applications 15:315–325.
Ecological Archives A015-009.

Tait, Catherine J., Christopher B. Daniels, and Robert S. Hill. 2005.
Changes in species assemblages within the Adelaide metropolitan area, Australia, 1836–2002.
Ecological Applications 15:346–359.
Ecological Archives A015-010.

Danby, Ryan K., and D. Scott Slocombe. 2005.
Regional ecology, ecosystem geography, and transboundary protected areas in the St. Elias Mountains.
Ecological Applications 15:405–422.
Ecological Archives A015-011.

Mayfield, Margaret M., and Gretchen C. Daily. 2005.
Countryside biogeography of neotropical herbaceous and shrubby plants.
Ecological Applications 15:423–439.
Ecological Archives A015-012.

Vilchis, L. Ignacio, Mia J. Tegner, James D. Moore, Carolyn S. Friedman, Kristin L. Riser, Thea T. Robbins, and Paul K. Dayton. 2005.
Effects of ocean warming on the growth, reproduction, and survivorship of southern California abalone.
Ecological Applications 15:469–480.
Ecological Archives A015-013.

Reese, Gordon C., Kenneth R. Wilson, Jennifer A. Hoeting, and Curtis H. Flather. 2005.
Factors affecting species distribution predictions: a simulation modeling experiment.
Ecological Applications 15:554–564.
Ecological Archives A015-014.

Weiss, Jack M., and Seth R. Reice. 2005.
The aggregation of impacts: using species-specific effects to infer community-level disturbances.
Ecological Applications 15:599–617.
Ecological Archives A015-015.

Wofford, John E. B., Robert E. Gresswell, and Michael A. Banks. 2005.
Influence of barriers to movement on within-watershed genetic variation of coastal cutthroat trout.
Ecological Applications 15:628–637.
Ecological Archives A015-016.

Hylander, Kristoffer, Mats Dynesius, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson, and Christer Nilsson. 2005.
Substrate form determines the fate of bryophytes in riparian buffer strips.
Ecological Applications 15:674–688.
Ecological Archives A015-017.

Friedman, Steven K., and Peter B. Reich. 2005.
Regional legacies of logging: departure from presettlement forest conditions in northern Minnesota.
Ecological Applications 15:726–744.
Ecological Archives A015-018.

Adler, Peter B., Daniel G. Milchunas, Osvaldo E. Sala, Ingrid C. Burke, and William K. Lauenroth. 2005.
Plant traits and ecosystem grazing effects: comparison of U.S. sagebrush steppe and Patagonian steppe.
Ecological Applications 15:774–792.
Ecological Archives A015-019.

Radeloff, V. C., R. B. Hammer, S. I. Stewart, J. S. Fried, S. S. Holcomb, and J. F. McKeefry. 2005.
The wildland–urban interface in the United States.
Ecological Applications 15:774–792.
Ecological Archives A015-020.

Mazerolle, M. J., A. Desrochers, and L. Rochefort. 2005.
Landscape characteristics influence pond occupancy by frogs after accounting for detectability.
Ecological Applications 15:824–834.
Ecological Archives A015-021.

Knapp, Roland A., Charles P. Hawkins, Joshua Ladau, and Jodi G. McClory. 2005.
Fauna of Yosemite National Park Lakes has low resistance but high resilience to fish introductions.
Ecological Applications 15:835–847.
Ecological Archives A015-022.

Hale, Cindy M., Lee E. Frelich, and Peter B. Reich. 2005.
Exotic European earthworm invasion dynamics in northern hardwood forests of Minnesota, USA.
Ecological Applications 15:848–860.
Ecological Archives A015-023.

Baskett, Marissa L., Simon A. Levin, Steven D. Gaines, and Jonathan Dushoff. 2005.
Marine reserve design and the evolution of size at maturation in harvested fish.
Ecological Applications 15:882–901.
Ecological Archives A015-024.

Hewitt, J. E., M. J. Anderson, and S. F. Thrush. 2005.
Assessing and monitoring ecological community health in marine systems.
Ecological Applications 15:942–953.
Ecological Archives A015-025.

Berglund, Håkan, Mattias Edman, and Lars Ericson. 2005.
Temporal variation of wood-fungi diversity in boreal old-growth forests: implications for monitoring.
Ecological Applications 15:970–982.
Ecological Archives A015-026.

Katz, Gabrielle L., Jonathan M. Friedman, and Susan W. Beatty. 2005.
Delayed effects of flood control on a flood-dependent riparian forest.
Ecological Applications 15:1019–1035.
Ecological Archives A015-027.

Smith, Marian, Hal Caswell, and Paige Mettler-Cherry. 2005.
Stochastic flood and precipitation regimes and the population dynamics of a threatened floodplain plant.
Ecological Applications 15:1036–1052.
Ecological Archives A015-028.

Smith, Alistair M. S., Martin J. Wooster, Nick A. Drake, Frederick M. Dipotso, and George L. W. Perry. 2005.
Fire in African savanna: testing the impact of incomplete combustion on pyrogenic emissions estimates.
Ecological Applications 15:1074–1082.
Ecological Archives A015-029.

Briggs, Cheryl J., and Elizabeth T. Borer. 2005.
Why short-term experiments may not allow long-term predictions about intraguild predation.
Ecological Applications 15:1111–1117.
Ecological Archives A015-030.

Trenham, Peter C., and H. Bradley Shaffer. 2005.
Amphibian upland habitat use and its consequences for population viability.
Ecological Applications 15:1158–1168.
Ecological Archives A015-031.

Moore, Aaron A., and Margaret A. Palmer. 2005.
Invertebrate biodiversity in agricultural and urban headwater streams: implications for conservation and management.
Ecological Applications 15:1169–1177.
Ecological Archives A015-032.

McCauley, Lisa A., and David G. Jenkins. 2005.
GIS-based estimates of former and current depressional wetlands in an agricultural landscape.
Ecological Applications 15:1199–1208.
Ecological Archives A015-033.

Dethier, Megan N., and Sally D. Hacker. 2005.
Physical factors vs. biotic resistance in controlling the invasion of an estuarine marsh grass.
Ecological Applications 15:1273–1283.
Ecological Archives A015-034.

Baxter, Peter W. J., and Wayne M. Getz. 2005.
A model-framed evaluation of elephant effects on tree and fire dynamics in African savannas.
Ecological Applications 15:1331–1341.
Ecological Archives A015-035.

Waltert, Matthias, K. Serge Bobo, N. Moses Sainge, Heleen Fermon, and Michael Mühlenberg. 2005.
From forest to farmland: habitat effects on Afrotropical forest bird diversity.
Ecological Applications 15:1351–1366.
Ecological Archives A015-036.

Horn, David Joseph, Michael L. Phillips, Rolf R. Koford, William R. Clark, Marsha A. Sovada, and Raymond J. Greenwood. 2005.
Landscape composition, patch size, and distance to edges: interactions affecting duck reproductive success.
Ecological Applications 15:1367–1376.
Ecological Archives A015-037.

Münzbergová, Zuzana, Mikael Mildén, Johan Ehrlén, and Tomáš Herben. 2005.
Population viability and reintroduction strategies: a spatially explicit landscape-level approach.
Ecological Applications 15:1377–1386.
Ecological Archives A015-038.

Flamm, Richard O., Brad L. Weigle, I. Elizabeth Wright, Monica Ross, and Sherry Aglietti. 2005.
Estimation of manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris) places and movement corridors using telemetry data.
Ecological Applications 15:1415–1426.
Ecological Archives A015-039.

Kéry, Marc, J. Andrew Royle, and Hans Schmid. 2005.
Modeling avian abundance from replicated counts using binomial mixture models.
Ecological Applications 15:1450–1461.
Ecological Archives A015-040.

Philpott, Stacy M., and Paul F. Foster. 2005.
Nest-site limitation in coffee agroecosystems: artificial nests maintain diversity of arboreal ants.
Ecological Applications 15:1478–1485.
Ecological Archives A015-041.

Schiegg, Karin, Jeffrey R. Walters, and Jeffery A. Priddy. 2005.
Testing a spatially explicit, individual-based model of Red-cockaded Woodpecker population dynamics.
Ecological Applications 15:1495–1503.
Ecological Archives A015-042.

Lloyd, Penn, Thomas E. Martin, Roland L. Redmond, Ute Langner, and Melissa M. Hart. 2005.
Linking demographic effects of habitat fragmentation across landscapes to continental source–sink dynamics.
Ecological Applications 15:1504–1514.
Ecological Archives A015-043.

Keeley, Jon E., C. J. Fotheringham, and Melanie Baer-Keeley. 2005.
Determinants of postfire recovery and succession in Mediterranean-climate shrublands of California.
Ecological Applications 15:1515–1534.
Ecological Archives A015-044.

Gelbard, Jonathan L., and Susan Harrison. 2005.
Invasibility of roadless grasslands: an experimental study of yellow starthistle.
Ecological Applications 15:1570–1580.
Ecological Archives A015-045.

Kaye, Jason P., Stephen C. Hart, Peter Z. Fulé, W. Wallace Covington, Margaret M. Moore, and Margot W. Kaye. 2005.
Initial carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus fluxes following ponderosa pine restoration treatments.
Ecological Applications 15:1581–1593.
Ecological Archives A015-046.

Showalter, Timothy D., Yanli Zhang, and Robert A. Progar. 2005.
Canopy arthropod response to density and distribution of green trees retained after partial harvest.
Ecological Applications 15:1594–1603.
Ecological Archives A015-047.

Lohse, Kathleen A., and Pamela Matson. 2005.
Consequences of nitrogen additions for soil losses from wet tropical forests.
Ecological Applications 15:1629–1648.
Ecological Archives A015-048.

Blate, Geoffrey M. 2005.
Modest trade-offs between timber management and fire susceptibility of a Bolivian semi-deciduous forest.
Ecological Applications 15:1649–1663.
Ecological Archives A015-049.

Nonaka, Etsuko, and Thomas A. Spies. 2005.
Historical range of variability in landscape structure: a simulation study in Oregon, USA.
Ecological Applications 15:1727–1746.
Ecological Archives A015-050.

van Gemerden, Barend S., Rampal S. Etienne, Han Olff, Patrick W. F. M. Hommel, and Frank van Langevelde. 2005.
Reconciling methodologically different biodiversity assessments.
Ecological Applications 15:1747–1760.
Ecological Archives A015-051.

Schaefer, Jacob, Keith Gido, and Melinda Smith. 2005.
A test for community change using a null model approach.
Ecological Applications 15:1761–1771.
Ecological Archives A015-052.

Rastetter, Edward B., Bonnie L. Kwiatkowski, and Robert B. McKane. 2005.
A stable isotope simulator that can be coupled to existing mass balance models.
Ecological Applications 15:1772–1782.
Ecological Archives A015-053.

Steinbeck, John R., David R. Schiel, and Michael S. Foster. 2005.
Detecting long-term change in complex communities: a case study from the rocky intertidal zone.
Ecological Applications 15:1813–1832.
Ecological Archives A015-054.

Bar-David, Shirli, David Saltz, and Tamar Dayan. 2005.
Predicting the spatial dynamics of a reintroduced population: the Persian fallow deer.
Ecological Applications 15:1833–1846.
Ecological Archives A015-055.

Brown, Daniel G., Kenneth M. Johnson, Thomas R. Loveland, and David M. Theobald. 2005.
Rural land-use trends in the conterminous United States, 1950–2000.
Ecological Applications 15:1851–1863.
Ecological Archives A015-056.

Smith, S. V., R. O. Sleezer, W. H. Renwick, and R. W. Buddemeier. 2005.
Fates of eroded soil organic carbon: Mississippi Basin case study.
Ecological Applications 15:1929–1940.
Ecological Archives A015-057.

Bowker, Matthew A., Jayne Belnap, Diane W. Davidson, and Susan L. Phillips. 2005.
Evidence for micronutrient limitation of biological soil crusts: importance to arid-lands restoration.
Ecological Applications 15:1941–1951.
Ecological Archives A015-058.

Lawrence, Deborah, V. Suma, and Johanis P. Mogea. 2005.
Change in species composition with repeated shifting cultivation: limited role of soil nutrients.
Ecological Applications 15:1952–1967.
Ecological Archives A015-059.

Kueppers, Lara M., and John Harte. 2005.
Subalpine forest carbon cycling: short- and long-term influence of climate and species.
Ecological Applications 15:1984–1999.
Ecological Archives A015-060.

Lepori, F., D. Palm, E. Brännäs, and B. Malmqvist. 2005.
Does restoration of structural heterogeneity in streams enhance fish and macroinvertebrate diversity?
Ecological Applications 15:2060–2071.
Ecological Archives A015-061.

Kennedy, Theodore A., Jacques C. Finlay, and Sarah E. Hobbie. 2005.
Eradication of invasive Tamarix ramosissima along a desert stream increases native fish density.
Ecological Applications 15:2072–2083.
Ecological Archives A015-062.

Jacquemyn, Hans, Rein Brys, and Michael G. Neubert. 2005.
Fire increases invasive spread of Molinia caerulea mainly through changes in demographic parameters.
Ecological Applications 15:2097–2108.
Ecological Archives A015-063.

Keeley, Jon E., Melanie Baer-Keeley, and C. J. Fotheringham. 2005.
Alien plant dynamics following fire in Mediterranean-climate California shrublands.
Ecological Applications 15:2109–2125.
Ecological Archives A015-064.

Gorresen, P. Marcos, Michael R. Willig, and Richard E. Strauss. 2005.
Multivariate analysis of scale-dependent associations between bats and landscape structure.
Ecological Applications 15:2126–2136.
Ecological Archives A015-065.

Stephens, Scott E., Jay J. Rotella, Mark S. Lindberg, Mark L. Taper, and James K. Ringelman. 2005.
Duck nest survival in the Missouri Coteau region of North Dakota: landscape effects at multiple spatial scales.
Ecological Applications 15:2137–2149.
Ecological Archives A015-066.

Scherer, Rick D., Erin Muths, Barry R. Noon, and Paul Stephen Corn. 2005.
An evaluation of weather and disease as causes of decline in two populations of boreal toads.
Ecological Applications 15:2150–2160.
Ecological Archives A015-067.

Beazley, Karen, Lara Smandych, Tamaini Snaith, Frances MacKinnon, Peter Austen-Smith, Jr., and Peter Duinker. 2005.
Biodiversity considerations in conservation system planning: map-based approach for Nova Scotia, Canada.
Ecological Applications 15:2192–2208.
Ecological Archives A015-068.

Polasky, Stephen, Erik Nelson, Eric Lonsdorf, Paul Fackler, and Anthony Starfield. 2005.
Conserving species in a working landscape: land use with biological and economic objectives.
Ecological Applications 15:1387–1401.
Ecological Archives A015-069.

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