Ecological Society of America

 

Digital Appendices, Supplements, and Data Papers for Ecology, Volume 90, 2009

 


 

Yoshizaki, Jun, Kenneth H. Pollock, Cavell Brownie, and Raymond A. Webster. 2009.
Modeling misidentification errors in capture–recapture studies using photographic identification of evolving marks.
Ecology 90:3–9.
Ecological Archives E090-001.

Martin, Julien, James D. Nichols, Carol L. McIntyre, Gonçalo Ferraz, and James E. Hines. 2009.
Perturbation analysis for patch occupancy dynamics.
Ecology 90:10–16.
Ecological Archives E090-002.

Valeix, M., A. J. Loveridge, S. Chamaillé-Jammes, Z. Davidson, F. Murindagomo, H. Fritz, and D. W. Macdonald. 2009.
Behavioral adjustments of African herbivores to predation risk by lions: spatiotemporal variations influence habitat use.
Ecology 90:23–30.
Ecological Archives E090-003.

Birt, Andrew, Richard M. Feldman, David M. Cairns, Robert N. Coulson, Maria Tchakerian, Weimin Xi, and James M. Guldin. 2009.
Stage-structured matrix models for organisms with non-geometric development times.
Ecology 90:57–68.
Ecological Archives E090-004.

Pemberton, Robert W., and Hong Liu. 2009.
Marketing time predicts naturalization of horticultural plants.
Ecology 90:69–80.
Ecological Archives E090-005.

Viketoft, Maria, Janne Bengtsson, Björn Sohlenius, Matty P. Berg, Owen Petchey, Cecilia Palmborg, and Kerstin Huss-Danell. 2009.
Long-term effects of plant diversity and composition on soil nematode communities in model grasslands.
Ecology 90:90–99.
Ecological Archives E090-006.

Wood, Tana E., Deborah Lawrence, Deborah A. Clark, and Robin L. Chazdon. 2009.
Rain forest nutrient cycling and productivity in response to large-scale litter manipulation.
Ecology 90:109–121.
Ecological Archives E090-007.

Johnson, Pieter T. J., Anthony R. Ives, Richard C. Lathrop, and Stephen R. Carpenter. 2009.
Long-term disease dynamics in lakes: causes and consequences of chytrid infections in Daphnia populations.
Ecology 90:132–144.
Ecological Archives E090-008.

Hylander, Kristoffer. 2009.
No increase in colonization rate of boreal bryophytes close to propagule sources.
Ecology 90:160–169.
Ecological Archives E090-009.

Kuang, Jessica J., and Peter Chesson. 2009.
Coexistence of annual plants: Generalist seed predation weakens the storage effect.
Ecology 90:170–182.
Ecological Archives E090-010.

Pennings, Steven C., Chuan-Kai Ho, Cristiano S. Salgado, Kazimierz Więski, Nilam Davé, Amy E. Kunza, and Elizabeth L. Wason. 2009.
Latitudinal variation in herbivore pressure in Atlantic Coast salt marshes.
Ecology 90:183–195.
Ecological Archives E090-011.

Cronin, James T. 2009.
Habitat edges, within-patch dispersion of hosts, and parasitoid oviposition behavior.
Ecology 90:196–207.
Ecological Archives E090-012.

Langkilde, Tracy L. 2009.
Invasive fire ants alter behavior and morphology of native lizards.
Ecology 90:208–217.
Ecological Archives E090-013.

Brown, William P., and Roland R. Roth. 2009.
Age-specific reproduction and survival of individually marked Wood Thrushes, Hylocichla mustelina.
Ecology 90:218–229.
Ecological Archives E090-014.

Schauber, Eric M., Matthew J. Connors, Brett J. Goodwin, Clive G. Jones, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2009.
Quantifying a dynamic risk landscape: heterogeneous predator activity and implications for prey persistence.
Ecology 90:240–251.
Ecological Archives E090-015.

MacNeil, M. Aaron, Nicholas A. J. Graham, Nicholas V. C. Polunin, Michel Kulbicki, René Galzin, Mireille Harmelin-Vivien, and Steven P. Rushton. 2009.
Hierarchical drivers of reef-fish metacommunity structure.
Ecology 90:252–264.
Ecological Archives E090-016.

Low Choy, Samantha, Rebecca O'Leary, and Kerrie Mengersen. 2009.
Elicitation by design in ecology: using expert opinion to inform priors for Bayesian statistical models.
Ecology 90:265–277.
Ecological Archives E090-017.

Vermaat, Jan E., Jennifer A. Dunne, and Alison J. Gilbert. 2009.
Major dimensions in food-web structure properties.
Ecology 90:278–282.
Ecological Archives E090-018.

Hervé Sinoquet, Sylvain Pincebourde, Boris Adam, Nicolas Donès, Jessada Phattaralerphong, Didier Combes, Stéphane Ploquin, Krissada Sangsing, Poonpipope Kasemsap, Sornprach Thanisawanyangkura, Géraldine Groussier-Bout, and Jérôme Casas. 2009.
3-D maps of tree canopy geometries at leaf scale.
Ecology 90:283.
Ecological Archives E090-019.

Brookshire, E. N. J., H. M. Valett, and S. Gerber. 2009.
Maintenance of terrestrial nutrient loss signatures during in-stream transport.
Ecology 90:293–299.
Ecological Archives E090-020.

Grayson, Kristine L., and Henry M. Wilbur. 2009.
Sex- and context-dependent migration in a pond-breeding amphibian.
Ecology 90:306–312.
Ecological Archives E090-021.

McClintock, Brett T., and Gary C. White. 2009.
A less field-intensive robust design for estimating demographic parameters with mark–resight data.
Ecology 90:313–320.
Ecological Archives E090-022.

Potvin, Catherine, and Pierre Dutilleul. 2009.
Neighborhood effects and size-asymmetric competition in a tree plantation varying in diversity.
Ecology 90:321–327.
Ecological Archives E090-023.

Comita, Liza S., and Stephen P. Hubbell. 2009.
Local neighborhood and species' shade tolerance influence survival in a diverse seedling bank.
Ecology 90:328–334.
Ecological Archives E090-024.

Poos, Mark S., Steven C. Walker, and Donald A. Jackson. 2009.
Functional-diversity indices can be driven by methodological choices and species richness.
Ecology 90:341–347.
Ecological Archives E090-025.

Murray, Kim, and Mary M. Conner. 2009.
Methods to quantify variable importance: implications for the analysis of noisy ecological data.
Ecology 90:348–355.
Ecological Archives E090-026.

José Miguel Ponciano, Mark L. Taper, Brian Dennis, and Subhash R. Lele. 2009.
Hierarchical models in ecology: confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, and model selection using data cloning.
Ecology 90:356–362.
Ecological Archives E090-027.

Shipley, Bill. 2009.
Confirmatory path analysis in a generalized multilevel context.
Ecology 90:363–368.
Ecological Archives E090-028.

O'Connor, Mary I. 2009.
Warming strengthens and herbivore–plant interaction.
Ecology 90:388–398.
Ecological Archives E090-029.

Gedan, Keryn Bromberg, Caitlin M. Crain, and Mark D. Bertness. 2009.
Small-mammal herbivore control of secondary succession in New England tidal marshes.
Ecology 90:430–440.
Ecological Archives E090-030.

Strickland, Michael S., Christian Lauber, Noah Fierer, and Mark A. Bradford. 2009.
Testing the functional significance of microbial community composition.
Ecology 90:441–451.
Ecological Archives E090-031.

Wardle, David A., Peter J. Bellingham, Karen I. Bonner, and Christa P. H. Mulder. 2009.
Indirect effects of invasive predators on litter decomposition and nutrient resorption on seabird-dominated islands.
Ecology 90:452–464.
Ecological Archives E090-032.

Genries, A., L. Mercier, M. Lavoie, S. D. Muller, O. Radkovitch, and C. Carcaillet. 2009.
The effect of fire frequency on local cembra pine populations.
Ecology 90:476–486.
Ecological Archives E090-033.

Marshall, Dustin J., and Michael J. Keough. 2009.
Does interspecific competition affect offspring provisioning?
Ecology 90:487–495.
Ecological Archives E090-034.

Tanner, Jason E., Terence P. Hughes, and Joseph H. Connell. 2009.
Community-level density dependence: an example from a shallow coral assemblage.
Ecology 90:506–516.
Ecological Archives E090-035.

Hinojosa-Arango, Gustavo, Christine A. Maggs, and Mark P. Johnson. 2009.
Like a rolling stone: the mobility of maerl (corallinaceae) and the neutrality of the associated assemblages.
Ecology 90:517–528.
Ecological Archives E090-036.

Willems, Erik P., and Russell A. Hill. 2009.
Predator-specific landscapes of fear and resource distributions: effects on spatial range use.
Ecology 90:546–555.
Ecological Archives E090-037.

Al-Khafaji, Karim, Shripad Tuljapurkar, James R. Carey, and Robert E. Page, Jr. 2009.
Hierarchical demography: a general approach with an application to honey bees.
Ecology 90:556–566.
Ecological Archives E090-038.

Petraitis, Peter S., Harrison Liu, and Erika C. Rhile. 2009.
Barnacle, fucoid, and mussel recruitment in the Gulf of Maine, USA, from 1997 to 2007.
Ecology 90:571.
Ecological Archives E090-039.

Pintor, Lauren M., Andrew Sih, and Jacob L. Kerby. 2009.
Behavioral correlations provide a mechanism for explaining high invader densities and increased impacts on native prey.
Ecology 90:581–587.
Ecological Archives E090-040.

Lawler, Joshua J., Sarah L. Shafer, Denis White, Peter Kareiva, Edwin P. Maurer, Andrew R. Blaustein, and Patrick J. Bartlein. 2009.
Projected climate-induced faunal change in the Western Hemisphere.
Ecology 90:588–597.
Ecological Archives E090-041.

Fortunel, Claire, Eric Garnier, Richard Joffre, Elena Kazakou, Helen Quested, Karl Grigulis, Sandra Lavorel and the VISTA consortium† (†: Pauline Ansquer, Helena Castro, Pablo Cruz, Jiri Dolezal, Ove Eriksson, Helena Freitas, Carly Golodets, Claire Jouany, Jaime Kigel, Michael Kleyer, Veiko Lehsten, Jan Lepš, Tonia Meier, Robin Pakeman, Maria Papadimitriou, Vasilios P. Papanastasis, Fabien Quétier, Matt Robson, Marcelo Sternberg, Jean-Pierre Theau, Aurélie Thébault, and Maria Zarovali). 2009.
Leaf traits capture the effects of land use changes and climate on litter decomposability of grasslands across Europe.
Ecology 90:598–611.
Ecological Archives E090-042.

Alexander, Jake M., Peter J. Edwards, Myriam Poll, Catherine G. Parks, and Hansjörg Dietz. 2009.
Establishment of parallel altitudinal clines in traits of native and introduced forbs.
Ecology 90:612–622.
Ecological Archives E090-043.

Porder, Stephen, and Oliver A. Chadwick. 2009.
Climate and soil-age constraints on nutrient uplift and retention by plants.
Ecology 90:623–636.
Ecological Archives E090-044.

Wacker, Luca, Oksana Baudois, Susann Eichenberger-Glinz, and Bernhard Schmid. 2009.
Diversity effects in early- and mid-successional species pools along a nitrogen gradient.
Ecology 90:637–648.
Ecological Archives E090-045.

Legendre, Pierre, Xiangcheng Mi, Haibao Ren, Keping Ma, Mingjian Yu, I-Fang Sun, and Fangliang He. 2009.
Partitioning beta diversity in a subtropical broad-leaved forest of China.
Ecology 90:663–674.
Ecological Archives E090-046.

Briggs, Jennifer S., Stephen B. VanderWall, and Stephen H. Jenkins. 2009.
Forest rodents provide directed dispersal of Jeffrey pine seeds.
Ecology 90:675–687.
Ecological Archives E090-047.

Brodie, Jebediah F., Olga E. Helmy, Warren Y. Brockelman, and John L. Maron. 2009.
Functional differences within a guild of tropical mammalian frugivores.
Ecology 90:688–698.
Ecological Archives E090-048.

Godvik, Inger Maren Rivrud, Leif Egil Loe, Jon Alav Vik, Vebjørn Veiberg, Rolf Langvatn, and Atle Mysterud. 2009.
Temporal scales, trade-offs, and functional responses in red deer habitat selection.
Ecology 90:699–710.
Ecological Archives E090-049.

DeGabriel, Jane L., Ben D. Moore, William J. Foley, and Christopher N. Johnson. 2009.
The effects of plant defensive chemistry on nutrient availability predict reproductive success in a mammal.
Ecology 90:711–719.
Ecological Archives E090-050.

Wolf, Shaye G., William J. Sydeman, J. Mark Hipfner, Christine L. Abraham, Bernie R. Tershy, and Donald A. Croll. 2009.
Range-wide reproductive consequences of ocean climate variability for the seabird Cassin's Auklet.
Ecology 90:742–753.
Ecological Archives E090-051.

Chapman, M. G., and A. J. Underwood. 2009.
Evaluating accuracy and precision of species–area relationships for multiple estimators and different marine assemblages.
Ecology 90:754–766.
Ecological Archives E090-052.

Hoogenboom, Mia O., and Sean R. Connolly. 2009.
Defining fundamental niche dimensions of corals: synergistic effects of colony size, light, and flow.
Ecology 90:767–780.
Ecological Archives E090-053.

Hall, Spencer R., Claes R. Becker, Joseph L. Simonis, Meghan A. Duffy, Alan J. Tessier, and Carla E. Cáceres. 2009.
Friendly competition: evidence for a dilution effect among competitors in a planktonic host–parasite system.
Ecology 90:791–801.
Ecological Archives E090-054.

Law, Richard, Michael J. Plank, Alex James, and Julia L. Blanchard. 2009.
Size-spectra dynamics from stochastic predation and growth of individuals.
Ecology 90:802–811.
Ecological Archives E090-055.

MacKenzie, Darryl I., James D. Nichols, Mark E, Seamans and R. J. Gutiérrez. 2009.
Modeling species occurrence dynamics with multiple states and imperfect detection.
Ecology 90:823–835.
Ecological Archives E090-056.

McGlinn, Daniel J., and Michael W. Palmer. 2009.
Modeling the sampling effect in the species–time–area relationship.
Ecology 90:836–846.
Ecological Archives E090-057.

Etienne, Rampal S. 2009.
Improved estimation of neutral model parameters for multiple samples with different degrees of dispersal limitation.
Ecology 90:847–852.
Ecological Archives E090-058.

Schmid, Bernhard, Andrea B. Pfisterer, and Patricia Balvanera. 2009.
Effects of biodiversity on ecosystem community, and population variables reported 1974–2004.
Ecology 90:853.
Ecological Archives E090-059.

Cardinale, Bradley J., Diane S. Srivastava, J. Emmett Duffy, Justin P. Wright, Amy L. Downing, Mahesh Sankaran, Claire Jouseau, Marc W. Cadotte, Ian T. Carroll, Jerome J. Weis, Andy Hector, and Michel Loreau. 2009.
Effects of biodiversity on the functioning of ecosystems: A summary of 164 experimental manipulations of species richness.
Ecology 90:854.
Ecological Archives E090-060.

Long, Jeremy D., Geoffrey C. Trussell, and Ted Elliman. 2009.
Linking invasions and island biogeography: Isolation differentially affects exotic and native plant diversity.
Ecology 90:863–868.
Ecological Archives E090-061.

Newsome, Seth D., M. Tim Tinker, Daniel H. Monson, Olav T. Oftedal, Katherine Ralls, Michelle M. Staedler, Marilyn L. Fogel, and James A. Estes. 2009.
Using stable isotopes to investigate individual diet specialization in California sea otters (Enhydra lutris nereis).
Ecology 90:961–974.
Ecological Archives E090-062.

Rotella, Jay J., William A. Link, James D. Nichols, Gillian L. Hadley, Robert A. Garrott, and Kelly M. Proffitt. 2009.
Evaluation of density-dependent and density–independent influences on population growth rates in Weddell seals.
Ecology 90:975–984.
Ecological Archives E090-063.

Papastamatiou, Yannis P., Christopher G. Lowe, Jennifer E. Caselle, and Alan M. Friedlander. 2009.
Scale-dependent effects of habitat on movements and path structure of reef sharks at a predator-dominated atoll.
Ecology 90:996–1008.
Ecological Archives E090-064.

Samhouri, Jameal F., Mark A. Steele, and Graham E. Forrester. 2009.
Inter-cohort competition drives density dependence and selective mortality in a marine fish.
Ecology 90:1009–1020.
Ecological Archives E090-065.

Cordeiro, Norbert J., Henry J. Ndangalasi, Jay P. McEntee, and Henry F. Howe. 2009.
Dispersal limitation and recruitment of an endemic African tree in a fragmented landscape.
Ecology 90:1030–1041.
Ecological Archives E090-066.

Dynesius, Mats, Kristoffer Hylander, and Christer Nilsson. 2009.
High resilience of bryophyte assemblages in streamside compared to upland forests.
Ecology 90:1042–1054.
Ecological Archives E090-067.

Seifert, Elizabeth K., James D. Bever, and John L. Maron. 2009.
Evidence for the evolution of reduced mycorrhizal dependence during plant invasion.
Ecology 90:1055–1062.
Ecological Archives E090-068.

Brandt, Angela J., Eric W. Seabloom, and Parviez R. Hosseini. 2009.
Phylogeny and provenance affect plant–soil feedbacks in invaded California grasslands.
Ecology 90:1063–1072.
Ecological Archives E090-069.

Srivastava, Diane S., Bradley J. Cardinale, Amy L. Downing, J. Emmett Duffy, Claire Jouseau, Mahesh Sankaran, and Justin P. Wright. 2009.
Diversity has stronger top-down than bottom-up effects on decomposition.
Ecology 90:1073–1083.
Ecological Archives E090-070.

Drever, Mark C., Jacob R. Goheen, and Kathy Martin. 2009.
Species–energy theory, pulsed resources, and regulation of avian richness during a mountain pine beetle outbreak.
Ecology 90:1095–1105.
Ecological Archives E090-071.

Lynch, Heather J., and William F. Fagan. 2009.
Survivorship curves and their impact on the estimation of maximum population growth rates.
Ecology 90:1116–1124.
Ecological Archives E090-072.

Chao, Anne, Robert K. Colwell, Chih-Wei Lin, and Nicholas J. Gotelli. 2009.
Sufficient sampling for asymptotic minimum species richness estimators.
Ecology 90:1125–1133.
Ecological Archives E090-073.

Belmaker, Jonathan, Eran Brokovich, Victor China, Daniel Golani, and Moshe Kiflawi. 2009.
Estimating the rate of biological intorductions: Lessepsian fishes in the Mediterranean.
Ecology 90:1134–1141.
Ecological Archives E090-074.

Temeles, Ethan J., Carolyn R. Koulouris, Sarah E. Sander, and W. John Kress. 2009.
Effect of flower shape and size on foraging performance and trade-offs in a tropical hummingbird.
Ecology 90:1147–1161.
Ecological Archives E090-075.

LeBrun, E. G., R. M. Plowes, and L. E. Gilbert. 2009.
Indirect competition facilitates widespread displacement of one naturalized parasitoid of imported fire ants by another.
Ecology 90:1184–1194.
Ecological Archives E090-076.

Harrington, Lauren A., Andrew L. Harrington, Nobuyuki Yamaguchi, Michael D. Thom, Pablo Ferreras, Thomas R. Windham, and David W. Macdonald. 2009.
The impact of native competitors on an alien invasive: temporal niche shifts to avoid interspecific aggression?
Ecology 90:1207–1216.
Ecological Archives E090-077.

Kishida, Osamu, Geoffrey C. Trussell, and Kinya Nishimura. 2009.
Top-down effects on antagonistic inducible defense and offense.
Ecology 90:1217–1226.
Ecological Archives E090-078.

Cardinale, Bradley J., Danuta M. Bennett, Craig E. Nelson, and Kevin Gross. 2009.
Does productiviy drive diversity or vice versa? A test of the multivariate productivity–diversity hypothesis in streams.
Ecology 90:1227–1241.
Ecological Archives E090-079.

Burrows, Michael T., Robin Harvey, Linda Robb, Elvira S. Poloczanska, Nova Mieszkowska, Pippa Moore, Rebecca Leaper, Stephen J. Hawkins, and Lisandro Benedetti-Cecchi. 2009.
Spatial scales of variance in abundance of intertidal species: effects of region, dispersal mode, and trophic level.
Ecology 90:1242–1254.
Ecological Archives E090-080.

Shima, Jeffrey S., and Stephen E. Swearer. 2009.
Larval quality is shaped by matrix effects: implications for connectivity in a marine metapopulation.
Ecology 90:1255–1267.
Ecological Archives E090-081.

Abbott, Karen C., Jörgen Ripa, and Anthony R. Ives. 2009.
Environmental variation in ecological communities and inferences from single-species data.
Ecology 90:1268–1278.
Ecological Archives E090-082.

Kéry, Marc, J. Andrew Royle, Matthias Plattner, and Robert M. Dorazio. 2009.
Species richness and occupancy estimation in communities subject to temporary emigration.
Ecology 90:1279–1290.
Ecological Archives E090-083.

Rivadeneira, Marcelo M., Gene Hunt, and Kaustuv Roy. 2009.
The use of sighting records to infer species extinctions: an evaluation of different methods.
Ecology 90:1291–1300.
Ecological Archives E090-084.

Morin, Xavier, and Wilfried Thuiller. 2009.
Comparing niche- and process-based models to reduce prediction uncertainty in species range shifts under climate change.
Ecology 90:1301–1313.
Ecological Archives E090-085.

Bruelheide, Helge, and Ute Luginbühl. 2009.
Peeking at ecosystem stability: making use of a natural disturbance experiment to analyze resistance and resilience.
Ecology 90:1314–1325.
Ecological Archives E090-086.

Hoffmann, William A., Ryan Adasme, M. Haridasan, Marina T. de Carvalho, Erika L. Geiger, Mireia A. B. Pereira, Sybil G. Gotsch, and Augusto C. Franco. 2009.
Tree topkill, not mortality, governs the dynamics of savanna–forest boundaries under frequent fire in central Brazil.
Ecology 90:1326–1337.
Ecological Archives E090-087.

Dewhirst, Sebastian, and Frithjof Lutscher. 2009.
Dispersal in heterogeneous habitats: thresholds, spatial scales, and approximate rates of spread.
Ecology 90:1338–1345.
Ecological Archives E090-088.

Treier, Urs A., Olivier Broennimann, Signe Normand, Antoine Guisan, Urs Schaffner, Thomas Steinger, and Heinz Müller-Schärer. 2009.
Shift in cytotype frequency and niche space in the invasive plant Centaurea maculosa.
Ecology 90:1366–1377.
Ecological Archives E090-089.

Bunn, Rebecca, Ylva Lekberg, and Catherine Zabinski. 2009.
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi ameliorate temperature stress in thermophilic plants.
Ecology 90:1378–1388.
Ecological Archives E090-090.

von Felten, Stefanie, Andrew Hector, Nina Buchmann, Pascal A. Niklaus, Bernhard Schmid, Michael Scherer-Lorenzen. 2009.
Belowground nitrogen partitioning in experimental grassland plant communities of varying species richness.
Ecology 90:1389–1399.
Ecological Archives E090-091.

McArt, Scott H., Donald E. Spalinger, William B. Collins, Erik R. Schoen, Timothy Stevenson, and Michele Bucho. 2009.
Summer dietary nitrogen availability as a potential bottom-up constraint on moose in south-central Alaska.
Ecology 90:1400–1411.
Ecological Archives E090-092.

Hughes, A. Randall, and John J. Stachowicz. 2009.
Ecological impacts of genotypic diversity in the clonal seagrass Zostera marina.
Ecology 90:1412–1419.
Ecological Archives E090-093.

Paula, S., M. Arianoutsou, D. Kazanis, Ç. Tavsanoglu, F. Lloret, C. Buhk, F. Ojeda, B. Luna, J. M. Moreno, A. Rodrigo, J. M. Espelta, S. Palacio, B. Fernández-Santos, P. M. Fernandes, and J. G. Pausas. 2009.
Fire-related traits for plant species of the Mediterranean Basin.
Ecology 90:1420.
Ecological Archives E090-094.

Duffy, Meghan A., Spencer R. Hall, Carla E. Cáceres, and Anthony R. Ives. 2009.
Rapid evolution, seasonality, and the termination of parasite epidemics.
Ecology 90:1441–1448.
Ecological Archives E090-095.

Holbrook, K. M., and B. A. Loiselle. 2009.
Dispersal in a Neotropical tree, Virola flexuosa (Myristicaceae): Does hunting of large vertebrates limit seed removal?
Ecology 90:1449–1455.
Ecological Archives E090-096.

Lowe, Winsor H. 2009.
What drives long-distance dispersal? A test of theoretical predictions.
Ecology 90:1456–1462.
Ecological Archives E090-097.

McCluney, Kevin E., and John L. Sabo. 2009.
Water availability directly determines per capita consumption at two trophic levels.
Ecology 90:1463–1469.
Ecological Archives E090-098.

Carolin Banašek-Richter, Louis-Félix Bersier, Marie-France Cattin, Richard Baltensperger, Jean-Pierre Gabriel, Yves Merz, Robert E. Ulanowicz, Annette F. Tavares, D. Dudley Williams, Peter C. De Ruiter, Kirk O. Winemiller, and Russell E. Naisbit. 2009.
Complexity in quantitative food webs.
Ecology 90:1470–1477.
Ecological Archives E090-099.

Bruno, John F., Hugh Sweatman, William F. Precht, Elizabeth R. Selig, and Virginia G. W. Schutte. 2009.
Assessing evidence of phase shifts from coral to macroalgal dominance on coral reefs.
Ecology 90:1478–1484.
Ecological Archives E090-100.

Hart, Simon P., and Dustin J. Marshall. 2009.
Spatial arrangement affects population dynamics and competition independent of community composition.
Ecology 90:1485–1491.
Ecological Archives E090-101.

Elmendorf, Sarah C., and Susan P. Harrison. 2009.
Temporal variability and nestedness in California grassland species composition.
Ecology 90:1492–1497.
Ecological Archives E090-102.

Bessler, Holger, Vicky M. Temperton, Christiane Roscher, Nina Buchmann, Bernhard Schmid, Ernst-Detlef Schulze, Wolfgang W. Weisser, and Christof Engels. 2009.
Aboveground overyielding in grassland mixtures is associated with reduced biomass partitioning to belowground organs.
Ecology 90:1520–1530.
Ecological Archives E090-103.

Rudgers, Jennifer A., Michelle E. Afkhami, Megan A. Rúa, Andrew J. Davitt, Samantha Hammer, and Valérie M. Huguet. 2009.
A fungus among us: broad patterns of endophyte distribution in the grasses.
Ecology 90:1531–1539.
Ecological Archives E090-104.

Eckert, Christopher G., Barbara Ozimec, Christopher R. Herlihy, Celine A. Griffin, and Matthew B. Routley. 2009.
Floral morphology mediates temporal variation in the mating system of a self-compatible plant.
Ecology 90:1540–1548.
Ecological Archives E090-105.

Klinger, Rob, and Marcel Rejmanèk. 2009.
The numerical and functional responses of a granivorous rodent and the fate of Neotropical tree seeds.
Ecology 90:1549–1563.
Ecological Archives E090-106.

Schaefer, H. Martin, and Julius Braun. 2009.
Reliable cues and signals of fruit quality are contingent on the habitat in black elder (Sambucus nigra).
Ecology 90:1564–1573.
Ecological Archives E090-107.

Kanda, L. Leann, Todd K. Fuller, Paul R. Sievert, and Robert L. Kellogg. 2009.
Seasonal source–sink dynamics at the edge of a species' range.
Ecology 90:1574–1585.
Ecological Archives E090-108.

Champlin, Tracey B., John C. Kilgo, and Christopher E. Moorman. 2009.
Food abundance does not determine bird use of early-successional habitat.
Ecology 90:1586–1594.
Ecological Archives E090-109.

Frederickson, Megan E., and Deborah M. Gordon. 2009.
The intertwined population biology of two Amazonian myrmecophytes and their symbiotic ants.
Ecology 90:1595–1607.
Ecological Archives E090-110.

Hodgson, Jenny A., Atte Moilanen, and Chris D. Thomas. 2009.
Metapopulation responses to patch connectivity and habitat quality are masked by successional habitat dynamics.
Ecology 90:1608–1619.
Ecological Archives E090-111.

Frost, Paul C., Lauren E. Kinsman, Carol A. Johnston, and James H. Larson. 2009.
Watershed discharge modulates relationships between landscape components and nutrient ratios in stream seston.
Ecology 90:1631–1640.
Ecological Archives E090-112.

Bourdeau, Paul E. 2009.
Prioritized phenotypic responses to combined predators in a marine snail.
Ecology 90:1659–1669.
Ecological Archives E090-113.

Hart, Simon P., and Michael J. Keough. 2009.
Does size predict demographic fate? Modular demography and constraints on growth determine responses to decreases in size.
Ecology 90:1670–1678.
Ecological Archives E090-114.

Singh, Abhyudai, William W. Murdoch, and Roger M. Nisbet. 2009.
Skewed attacks, stability, and host suppression.
Ecology 90:1679–1686.
Ecological Archives E090-115.

Fieberg, John, and Glenn D. DelGuidice. 2009.
What time is it? Choice of time origin and scale in extended proportional hazards models.
Ecology 90:1687–1697.
Ecological Archives E090-116.

Zajitschek, Felix, Chad E. Brassil, Russell Bonduriansky, and Robert C. Brooks. 2009.
Sex effects on life span and senescence in the wild when dates of birth and death are unknown.
Ecology 90:1698–1707.
Ecological Archives E090-117.

Ernest, S. K. Morgan, Thomas J. Valone, and James H. Brown. 2009.
Long-term monitoring and experimental manipulation of a Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem near Portal, Arizona, USA.
Ecology 90:1708.
Ecological Archives E090-118.

Schwanz, Lisa E., Rachel M. Bowden, Ricky-John Spencer, and Fredric J. Janzen. 2009.
Nesting ecology and offspring recruitment in a long-lived turtle.
Ecology 90:1709.
Ecological Archives E090-119.

Huey, Raymond B., and Marta Pascual. 2009.
Partial thermoregulatory compensation by a rapidly evolving invasive species along a latitudinal cline.
Ecology 90:1715–1720.
Ecological Archives E090-120.

Maestre, Fernando T., and Adrián Escudero. 2009.
Is the patch size distribution of vegetation a suitable indicator of desertification processes?
Ecology 90:1729–1735.
Ecological Archives E090-121.

Bedison, James E., and Brenden E. McNeil. 2009.
Is the growth of temperate forest trees enhanced along an ambient nitrogen deposition gradient?
Ecology 90:1736–1742.
Ecological Archives E090-122.

Rosindell, James, and Stephen J. Cornell. 2009.
Species–area curves, neutral models, and long-distance dispersal.
Ecology 90:1743–1750.
Ecological Archives E090-123.

Brenes-Arguedas, Tania, Phyllis D. Coley, and Thomas A. Kursar. 2009.
Pests vs. drought as determinants of plant distribution along a tropical rainfall gradient.
Ecology 90:1751–1761.
Ecological Archives E090-124.

Espeleta, Javier F., Jason B. West, and Lisa A. Donovan. 2009.
Tree species fine-root demography parallels habitat specialization across a sandhill soil resource gradient.
Ecology 90:1773–1787.
Ecological Archives E090-125.

Minor, Emily S., Samantha M. Tessel, Katharina A. M. Engelhardt, and Todd R. Lookingbill. 2009.
The role of landscape connectivity in assembling exotic plant communities: a network analysis.
Ecology 90:1802–1809.
Ecological Archives E090-126.

HilleRisLambers, J., W. S. Harpole, S. Schnitzer, D. Tilman, and P. B. Reich. 2009.
CO2, nitrogen, and diversity differentially affect seed production of prairie plants.
Ecology 90:1810–1820.
Ecological Archives E090-127.

Springer, Yuri P. 2009.
Edaphic quality and plant–pathogen interactions: effects of soil calcium on fungal infection of a serpentine flax.
Ecology 90:1852–1862.
Ecological Archives E090-128.

Poelman, Erik H., Nicole M. van Dam, Joop J. A. van Loon, Louise E. M. Vet, and Marcel Dicke. 2009.
Chemical diversity in Brassica oleracea affects biodiversity of insect herbivores.
Ecology 90:1863–1877.
Ecological Archives E090-129.

Tenhumberg, Brigitte, Andrew J. Tyre, and Richard Rebarber. 2009.
Model complexity affects transient population dynamics following a dispersal event: a case study with pea aphids.
Ecology 90:1878–1890.
Ecological Archives E090-130.

Bert Hidding, Bart A. Nolet, Thijs de Boer, Peter P. de Vries, and Marcel Klaassen. 2009.
Compensatory growth in an aquatic plant mediates exploitative competition between seasonally tied herbivores.
Ecology 90:1891–1899.
Ecological Archives E090-131.

Tank, Suzanne E., Lance F. W. Lesack, and Donald J. McQueen. 2009.
Elevated pH regulates bacterial carbon cycling in lakes with high photosynthetic activity.
Ecology 90:1910–1922.
Ecological Archives E090-132.

Ask, Jenny, Jan Karlsson, Lennart Persson, Per Ask, Pär Byström, and Mats Jansson. 2009.
Whole-lake estimates of carbon flux through algae and bacteria in benthic and pelagic habitats of clear-water lakes.
Ecology 90:1923–1932.
Ecological Archives E090-133.

Zimmer, Richard K., Jonathan T. Fingerut, and Cheryl Ann Zimmer. 2009.
Dispersal pathways, seed rains, and the dynamics of larval behavior.
Ecology 90:1933–1947.
Ecological Archives E090-134.

Carnicer, Jofre, Pedro Jordano, and Carlos J. Melián. 2009.
The temporal dynamics of resource use by frugivorous birds: a network approach.
Ecology 90:1958–1970.
Ecological Archives E090-135.

Keating, Kim A., and Steve Cherry. 2009.
Modeling utilization distributions in space and time.
Ecology 90:1971–1980.
Ecological Archives E090-136.

Hamel, Sandra, Jean-Michel Gaillard, Marco Festa-Bianchet, and Steeve D. Côté. 2009.
Individual quality, early-life conditions, and reproductive success in contrasted populations of large herbivores.
Ecology 90:1981–1995.
Ecological Archives E090-137.

Previtali, M. Andrea, Mauricio Lima, Peter L. Meserve, Douglas A. Kelt, and Julio R. Gutiérrez. 2009.
Population dynamics of two sympatric rodents in a variable environment: rainfall, resource availability, and predation.
Ecology 90:1996–2006.
Ecological Archives E090-138.

Costa, Gabriel C. 2009.
Predator size, prey size, and dietary niche breadth relationships in marine predators.
Ecology 90:2014–2019.
Ecological Archives E090-139.

Kirwan, L., J. Connolly, J. A. Finn, C. Brophy, A. Lüscher, D. Nyfeler, and M.-T. Sebastià. 2009.
Diversity-interaction modeling: estimating contributions of species identities and interactions to ecosystem function.
Ecology 90:2032–2038.
Ecological Archives E090-140.

Diego P. Vázquez, Natacha P. Chacoff, and Luciano Cagnolo. 2009.
Evaluating multiple determinants of the structure of plant–animal mutualistic networks.
Ecology 90:2039–2046.
Ecological Archives E090-141.

Kelly, D. W., R. A. Paterson, C. R. Townsend, R. Poulin, and D. M. Tompkins. 2009.
Parasite spillback: a neglected concept in invasion ecology?
Ecology 90:2047–2056.
Ecological Archives E090-142.

Winfree, Rachael, Ramiro Aguilar, Diego P. Vázquez, Gretchen LeBuhn, and Marcelo A. Aizen. 2009.
A meta-analysis of bees' responses to anthropogenic disturbance.
Ecology 90:2068–2076.
Ecological Archives E090-143.

Reynolds, Richard J., M. Jody Westbrook, Alexandra S. Rohde, Julie M. Cridland, Charles B. Fenster, Michele R. Dudash. 2009.
Pollinator specialization and pollination syndromes of three related North American Silene.
Ecology 90:2077–2087.
Ecological Archives E090-144.

Koricheva, Julia, Alan C. Gange, and Tara Jones. 2009.
Effects of mycorrhizal fungi on insect herbivores: a meta-analysis.
Ecology 90:2088–2097.
Ecological Archives E090-145.

Kennedy, Peter G., Kabir G. Peay, and Thomas D. Bruns. 2009.
Root tip competition among ectomycorrhizal fungi: are priority effects a rule or an exception?
Ecology 90:2098–2107.
Ecological Archives E090-146.

Bertness, Mark D., Christine Holdredge, and Andrew H. Altieri. 2009.
Substrate mediates consumer control of salt marsh cordgrass on Cape Cod, New England.
Ecology 90:2108–2117.
Ecological Archives E090-147.

Baythavong, Brooke S., Maureen L. Stanton, and Kevin J. Rice. 2009.
Understanding the consequences of seed dispersal in a heterogeneous environment.
Ecology 90:2118–2128.
Ecological Archives E090-148.

Galloway, Laura F., and Kevin S. Burgess. 2009.
Manipulation of flowering time: phenological integration and maternal effects.
Ecology 90:2139–2148.
Ecological Archives E090-149.

Lacourse, Terri. 2009.
Environmental change controls postglacial forest dynamics through interspecific differences in life-history traits.
Ecology 90:2149–2160.
Ecological Archives E090-150.

Swenson, Nathan G., and Brian J. Enquist. 2009.
Opposing assembly mechanisms in a Neotropical dry forest: implications for phylogenetic and functional community ecology.
Ecology 90:2161–2170.
Ecological Archives E090-151.

Dijkstra, Feike A. 2009.
Modeling the flow of 15N after a 15N pulse to study long-term N dynamics in a semiarid grassland.
Ecology 90:2171–2182.
Ecological Archives E090-152.

Menge, Duncan N. L., and Lars O. Hedin. 2009.
Nitrogen fixation in different biogeochemical niches along a 120000-year chronosequence in New Zealand.
Ecology 90:2190–2201.
Ecological Archives E090-153.

Kharouba, Heather M., Adam C. Algar, and Jeremy T. Kerr. 2009.
Historically calibrated predictions of butterfly species' range shift using global change as a pseudo-experiment.
Ecology 90:2213–2222.
Ecological Archives E090-154.

Niitepõld, Kristjan, Alan D. Smith, Juliet L. Osborne, Don R. Reynolds, Norman L. Carreck, Andrew P. Martin, James H. Marden, Otso Ovaskainen, and Ilkka Hanski. 2009.
Flight metabolic rate and Pgi genotype influence butterfly dispersal rate in the field.
Ecology 90:2223–2232.
Ecological Archives E090-155.

Johnson, Jerald B., and J. Jaime Zuñiga-Vega. 2009.
Differential mortality drives life-history evolution and population dynamics in the fish Brachyrhaphis rhabdophora.
Ecology 90:2243–2252.
Ecological Archives E090-156.

Pandit, Shubha N., Jurek Kolasa, and Karl Cottenie. 2009.
Contrasts between habitat generalists and specialists: an empirical extension to the basic metacommunity framework.
Ecology 90:2253–2262.
Ecological Archives E090-157.

Derry, Alison M., Shelley E. Arnott, Justin A. Shead, Paul D. N. Hebert, and Peter T. Boag. 2009.
Ecological linkages between community and genetic diversity in zooplankton among boreal shield lakes.
Ecology 90:2275–2286.
Ecological Archives E090-158.

Kasumovic, Michael M., Matthew J. Bruce, Marie E. Herberstein, and Maydianne C. B. Andrade. 2009.
Evidence for developmental plasticity in response to demographic variation in nature.
Ecology 90:2287–2296.
Ecological Archives E090-159.

Clusella-Trullas, Susana, Johannes H. Van Wyck, and James R. Spotila. 2009.
Thermal benefits of melanism in cortylid lizards: a theoretical and field test.
Ecology 90:2297–2312.
Ecological Archives E090-160.

Polansky, Leo, Perry de Valpine, James O. Lloyd-Smith, and Wayne M. Getz. 2009.
Likelihood ridges and multimodality in population growth rate models.
Ecology 90:2313–2320.
Ecological Archives E090-161.

Travers, Steven E., and Kelsey L. Dunnell. 2009.
First-flowering dates of plants in the Northern Great Plains.
Ecology 90:2332.
Ecological Archives E090-162.

Schmitz, Oswald J. 2009.
Effects of predator functional diversity on grassland ecosystem function.
Ecology 90:2339–2345.
Ecological Archives E090-163.

Barton, Brandon T., Andrew P. Beckerman, and Oswald J. Schmitz. 2009.
Climate warming strengthens indirect interactions in an old-field food web.
Ecology 90:2346–2351.
Ecological Archives E090-164.

Nuñez, Martin A., Thomas R. Horton, and Daniel Simberloff. 2009.
Lack of belowground mutualisms hinders Pinaceae invasions.
Ecology 90:2352–2359.
Ecological Archives E090-165.

Mitchell, Matthew G. E., James F. Cahill, Jr., and David S. Hik. 2009.
Plant interactions are unimportant in a subarctic-alpine plant community.
Ecology 90:2360–2367.
Ecological Archives E090-166.

Daleo, Pedro, and Oscar Iribarne. 2009.
Beyond competition: the stress-gradient hypothesis tested in plant–herbivore interactions.
Ecology 90:2368–2374.
Ecological Archives E090-167.

Chamberlain, Scott A., and J. Nathaniel Holland. 2009.
Quantitative synthesis of context dependency in ant–plant protection mutualisms.
Ecology 90:2384–2392.
Ecological Archives E090-168.

Rasmann, Sergio, Anurag A. Agrawal, Susan C. Cook, and Alexis C. Erwin. 2009.
Cardenolides, induced responses, and interactions between above- and belowground herbivores of milkweed (Asclepias spp.).
Ecology 90:2393–2404.
Ecological Archives E090-169.

Leisnham, P. T., L. P. Lounibos, G. F. O'Meara, and S. A. Juliano. 2009.
Interpopulation divergence in competitive interactions of the mosquito Aedes albopictus.
Ecology 90:2405–2413.
Ecological Archives E090-170.

Montoya, José M., Guy Woodward, Mark C. Emmerson, and Ricard V. Solé. 2009.
Press perturbations and indirect effects in real food webs.
Ecology 90:2426–2433.
Ecological Archives E090-171.

Ingram, Travis, and Jonathan B. Shurin. 2009.
Trait-based assembly and phylogenetic structure in northeast Pacific rockfish assemblages.
Ecology 90:2444–2453.
Ecological Archives E090-172.

Bar-David, Shirli, Israel Bar-David, Paul C. Cross, Sadie J. Ryan, Christiane U. Knechtel, and Wayne M. Getz. 2009.
Methods for assessing movement path recursion with application to African buffalo in South Africa.
Ecology 90:2467–2479.
Ecological Archives E090-173.

Fortin, Daniel, Marie-Eve Fortin, Hawthorne L. Beyer, Thierry Duchesne, Sabrina Courant, and Karine Dancose. 2009.
Group-size-mediated habitat selection and group fusion-fission dynamics of bison under predation risk.
Ecology 90:2480–2490.
Ecological Archives E090-174.

Aubry, Lise M., David N. Koons, Jean-Yves Monnat, and Emmanuelle Cam. 2009.
Consequences of recruitment decisions and heterogeneity on age-specific breeding success in a long-lived seabird.
Ecology 90:2491–2502.
Ecological Archives E090-175.

Smith, Curtis A., Itamar Giladi, and Young-Seon Lee. 2009.
A reanalysis of competing hypotheses for the spread of the California sea otter.
Ecology 90:2503–2512.
Ecological Archives E090-176.

Lang, S. L. C., S. J. Iverson, and W. D. Bowen. 2009.
Repeatability in lactation performance and the consequences for maternal reproductive success in gray seals.
Ecology 90:2513–2523.
Ecological Archives E090-177.

Roark, Alison M., Karen A. Bjorndal, and Alan B. Bolten. 2009.
Compensatory responses to food restriction in juvenile green turtles (Chelonia mydas).
Ecology 90:2524–2534.
Ecological Archives E090-178.

Drake, D. C., Bruce J. Peterson, Kari A. Galván, Linda A. Deegan, Charles Hopkinson, J. Michael Johnson, K. Koop-Jakobsen, Lynsey E. Lemay, and Christian Picard. 2009.
Salt marsh ecosystem biogeochemical responses to nutrient enrichment: a paired 15N tracer study.
Ecology 90:2535–2546.
Ecological Archives E090-179.

Collins, Cathy D., Robert D. Holt, and Bryan L. Foster. 2009.
Patch size effects on plant species decline in an experimentally fragmented landscape.
Ecology 90:2577–2588.
Ecological Archives E090-180.

Matesanz, Silvia, Adrián Escudero, and Fernando Valladares. 2009.
Impact of three global change drivers on a Mediterranean shrub.
Ecology 90:2609–2621.
Ecological Archives E090-181.

Roberts, David W. 2009.
Comparison of multidimensional fuzzy set ordination with CCA and DB-RDA.
Ecology 90:2622–2634.
Ecological Archives E090-182.

McCauley, Shannon J., Christopher J. Davis, Jennifer Nystrom, and Earl E. Werner. 2009.
A hump-shaped relationship between isolation and abundance of Notonecta irrorata colonists in aquatic mesocosms.
Ecology 90:2635–2641.
Ecological Archives E090-183.

Jones, Kate E., Jon Bielby, Marcel Cardillo, Susanne A. Fritz, Justin O'Dell, C. David L. Orme, Kamran Safi, Wes Sechrest, Elizabeth H. Boakes, Chris Carbone, Christina Connolly, Michael J. Cutts, Janine K. Foster, Richard Grenyer, Michael Habib, Christopher A. Plaster, Samantha A. Price, Elizabeth A. Rigby, Janna Rist, Amber Teacher, Olaf R. P. Bininda-Emonds, John L. Gittleman, Georgina M. Mace, and Andy Purvis. 2009.
PanTHERIA: a species-level database of life history, ecology, and geography of extant and recently extinct mammals.
Ecology 90:2648.
Ecological Archives E090-184.

Hudson, J. M. G., and G. H. R. Henry. 2009.
Increased plant biomass in a High Arctic heath community from 1981 to 2008.
Ecology 90:2657–2663.
Ecological Archives E090-185.

Lessard, Jean-Philippe, James A. Fordyce, Nicholas J. Gotelli, and Nathan J. Sanders. 2009.
Invasive ants alter the phylogenetic structure of ant communities.
Ecology 90:2664–2669.
Ecological Archives E090-186.

Berendonk, T. U., K. Spitze, and W. C. Kerfoot. 2009.
Ephemeral metapopulations show high genetic diversity at regional scales.
Ecology 90:2670–2675.
Ecological Archives E090-187.

Efford, Murray G., Deanna K. Dawson, and David L. Borchers. 2009.
Population density estimated from locations of individuals on a passive detector array.
Ecology 90:2676–2682.
Ecological Archives E090-188.

Neubert, Michael G., Hal Caswell, and Andrew R. Solow. 2009.
Detecting reactivity.
Ecology 90:2683–2688.
Ecological Archives E090-189.

Gratton, Claudio, and M. Jake Vander Zanden. 2009.
Flux of aquatic insect productivity to land: comparison of lentic and lotic ecosystems.
Ecology 90:2689–2699.
Ecological Archives E090-190.

Wan, Shiqiang, Jianyang Xia, Weixing Liu, and Shuli Niu. 2009.
Photosynthetic overcompensation under nocturnal warming enhances grassland carbon sequestration.
Ecology 90:2700–2710.
Ecological Archives E090-191.

Sierra, Carlos A., Henry W. Loescher, Mark E. Harmon, Andrew D. Richardson, David Y. Hollinger, and Steven S. Perakis. 2009.
Interannual variation of carbon fluxes from three contrasting evergreen forests: the role of forest dynamics and climate.
Ecology 90:2711–2723.
Ecological Archives E090-192.

Pyšek, Petr, Martin Křivánek, and Vojtěch Jarošík. 2009.
Planting intensity, residence time, and species traits determine invasion success of alien woody species.
Ecology 90:2734–2744.
Ecological Archives E090-193.

Myers, Jomnathan A., and Kyle E. Harms. 2009.
Local immigration, competition from dominant guilds, and the ecological assembly of high-diversity pine savannas.
Ecology 90:2745–2754.
Ecological Archives E090-194.

Comita, Liza S., and Bettina M. J. Engelbrecht. 2009.
Seasonal and spatial variation in water availability drive habitat associations in a tropical forest.
Ecology 90:2755–2765.
Ecological Archives E090-195.

Metcalf, C. Jessica E., Carol C. Horvitz, Shripad Tuljapurkar, and Deborah A. Clark. 2009.
A time to grow and a time to die: a new way to analyze the dynamics of size, light, age, and death of tropical trees.
Ecology 90:2766–2778.
Ecological Archives E090-196.

He, Jin-Sheng, Xiangping Wang, Dan F. B. Flynn, Liang Wang, Bernhard Schmid, and Jingyun Fang. 2009.
Taxonomic, phylogenetic, and environmental trade-offs between leaf productivity and persistence.
Ecology 90:2779–2791.
Ecological Archives E090-197.

Teste, François P., Suzanne W. Simard, Daniel M. Durall, Robert D. Guy, Melanie D. Jones, and Amanda L. Schoonmaker. 2009.
Access to mycorrhizal networks and roots of trees: importance for seedling survival and resource transfer.
Ecology 90:2808–2822.
Ecological Archives E090-198.

Ramirez, Ricardo A., and William E. Snyder. 2009.
Scared sick? Predator–pathogen facilitation enhances exploitation of a shared resource.
Ecology 90:2832–2839.
Ecological Archives E090-199.

Hellgren, Olof, Javier Pérez-Tris, and Staffan Bensch. 2009.
A jack-of-all-trades and still a master of some: prevalence and host range in avian malaria and related blood parasites.
Ecology 90:2840–2849.
Ecological Archives E090-200.

Cáceres, Carla E., Christine J. Knight, and Spencer R. Hall. 2009.
Predator–spreaders: predation can enhance parasite success in a planktonic host–parasite system.
Ecology 90:2850–2858.
Ecological Archives E090-201.

Brandt, Marilyn E., and John W. McManus. 2009.
Disease incidence is related to bleaching extent in reef-building corals.
Ecology 90:2859–2867.
Ecological Archives E090-202.

Geange, Shane W., and Adrian C. Stier. 2009.
Order of arrival affects competition in two reef fishes.
Ecology 90:2868–2878.
Ecological Archives E090-203.

Byrnes, Jarrett E., and John J. Stachowicz. 2009.
The consequences of consumer diversity loss: different answers from different experimental designs.
Ecology 90:2879–2888.
Ecological Archives E090-204.

de Valpine, Perry. 2009. Stochastic development in biologically structured population models.
Ecology 90:2889–2901.
Ecological Archives E090-205.

Devillard, Sébastien, and Yves Bray. 2009.
Assessing the effect on survival of natal dispersal using multistate capture–recapture models.
Ecology 90:2902–2912.
Ecological Archives E090-206.

Cooley, Hilary S., Robert B. Wielgus, Gary M. Koehler, Hugh S. Robinson, and Benjamin T. Maletzke. 2009.
Does hunting regulate cougar populations? A test of the compensatory mortality hypothesis.
Ecology 90:2913–2921.
Ecological Archives E090-207.

Grosbois, V., M. P. Harris, T. Anker-Nilssen, R. H. McCleery, D. N. Shaw, B. J. T. Morgan, and O. Gimenez. 2009.
Modeling survival at multi-population scales using mark–recapture data.
Ecology 90:2922–2932.
Ecological Archives E090-208.

Belote, R. Travis, Nathan J. Sanders, and Robert H. Jones. 2009.
Disturbance alters local–regional richness relationships in Appalachian forests.
Ecology 90:2940–2947.
Ecological Archives E090-209.

Marzinelli, E. M., C. J. Zagal, M. G. Chapman, and A. J. Underwood. 2009.
Do modified habitats have direct or indirect effects on epifauna?
Ecology 90:2948–2955.
Ecological Archives E090-210.

Nielson, Ryan M., Bryan F. J. Manly, Lyman L. McDonald, Hall Sawyer, and Trent L. McDonald. 2009.
Estimating habitat selection when GPS fix success is less than 100%.
Ecology 90:2956–2962.
Ecological Archives E090-211.

Holeski, Liza M., Michael J. C. Kearsley, and Thomas G. Whitham. 2009.
Separating ontogenetic and environmental determination of resistance to herbivory in cottonwood.
Ecology 90:2969–2973.
Ecological Archives E090-212.

Haynes, Kyle J., Andrew M. Liebhold, Todd M. Fearer, Guiming Wang, Gary W. Norman, and Derek M. Johnson. 2009.
Spatial synchrony propagates through a forest food web via consumer–resource interactions.
Ecology 90:2974–2983.
Ecological Archives E090-213.

Reinhart, Kurt O., and Keith Clay. 2009.
Spatial variation in soil-borne disease dynamics of a temperate tree, Prunus serotina.
Ecology 90:2984–2993.
Ecological Archives E090-214.

Zimmermann, Yvonne, Santiago R. Ramírez, and Thomas Eltz. 2009.
Chemical niche differentiation among sympatric species of orchid bees.
Ecology 90:2994–3008.
Ecological Archives E090-215.

Manzaneda, Antonio J., and Pedro J. Rey. 2009.
Assessing ecological specialization of an ant–seed dispersal mutualism through a wide geographic range.
Ecology 90:3009–3022.
Ecological Archives E090-216.

Shen, Guochun, Mingjian Yu, Xin-Sheng Hu, Xiangcheng Mi, Haibao Ren, I-Fang Sun, and Keping Ma. 2009.
Species–area relationships explained by the joint effects of dispersal limitation and habitat heterogeneity.
Ecology 90:3033–3041.
Ecological Archives E090-217.

Irving, Andrew D., and Mark D. Bertness. 2009.
Trait-dependent modification of facilitation on cobble beaches.
Ecology 90:3042–3050.
Ecological Archives E090-218.

Samis, Karen E., and Christopher G. Eckert. 2009.
Ecological correlates of fitness across the northern geographic range limit of a Pacific coast dune plant.
Ecology 90:3051–3061.
Ecological Archives E090-219.

Elser, James J., Marcia Kyle, Laura Steger, Koren R. Nydick, and Jill S. Baron. 2009.
Nutrient availability and phytoplankton nutrient limitation across a gradient of atmospheric nitrogen deposition.
Ecology 90:3062–3073.
Ecological Archives E090-220.

Puebla, Oscar, Eldredge Bermingham, and Frédéric Guichard. 2009.
Estimating dispersal from genetic isolation by distance in a coral reef fish (Hypoplectrus puella).
Ecology 90:3087–3098.
Ecological Archives E090-221.

Steiner, Christopher F., Anne S. Schwaderer, Veronika Huber, Christopher A. Klausmeier, and Elena Litchman. 2009.
Periodically forced food-chain dynamics: model predictions and experimental validation.
Ecology 90:3099–3107.
Ecological Archives E090-222.

Sanford, Eric, and David J. Worth. 2009.
Genetic differences among populations of a marine snail drive geographic variation in predation.
Ecology 90:3108–3118.
Ecological Archives E090-223.

Arkema, Katie K., Daniel C. Reed, and Stephen C. Schroeter. 2009.
Direct and indirect effects of giant kelp determine benthic community structure and dynamics.
Ecology 90:3126–3137.
Ecological Archives E090-224.

Connolly, Sean R., Maria Dornelas, David R. Bellwood, and Terence P. Hughes. 2009.
Testing species abundance models: a new bootstrap approach applied to Indo-Pacific coral reefs.
Ecology 90:3138–3149.
Ecological Archives E090-225.

Breininger, David R., James D. Nichols, Geoffrey C. Carter, and Donna M. Oddy. 2009.
Habitat-specific breeder survival of Florida Scrub-Jays: inferences from multistate models.
Ecology 90:3180–3189.
Ecological Archives E090-226.

Erikstad, Kjell Einar, Hanno Sandvik, Per Fauchald, and Torkild Tveraa. 2009.
Short- and long-term consequences of reproductive decisions: an experimental study in the puffin.
Ecology 90:3197–3208.
Ecological Archives E090-227.

Breed, Greg A., Ian D. Jonsen, Ransom A. Myers, W. Don Bowen, and Marty L. Leonard. 2009.
Sex-specific, seasonal foraging tactics in adult grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) revealed by state–space analysis.
Ecology 90:3209–3221.
Ecological Archives E090-228.

Schwartz, Michael K., Jeffrey P. Copeland, Neil J. Anderson, John R. Squires, Robert M. Inman, Kevin S. McKelvey, Kristy L. Pilgrim, Lisette P. Waits, and Samuel A. Cushman. 2009.
Wolverine gene flow across a narrow climatic niche.
Ecology 90:3222–3232.
Ecological Archives E090-229.

Royle, J. Andrew, K. Ullas Karanth, Arjun M. Gopalaswamy, and N. Samba Kumar. 2009.
Bayesian inference in camera trapping studies for a class of spatial capture–recapture models.
Ecology 90:3233–3244.
Ecological Archives E090-230.

Angeler, David G., Olga Viedma, and José M. Moreno. 2009.
Statistical performance and information content of time lag analysis and redundancy analysis in time series modeling.
Ecology 90:3245–3257.
Ecological Archives E090-231.

Carslake, David, Stuart Townley, and David J. Hodgson. 2009.
Patterns and rules for sensitivity and elasticity in population projection matrices.
Ecology 90:3258–3267.
Ecological Archives E090-232.

Kellner, James R., David B. Clark, and Michelle A. Hofton. 2009.
Canopy height and ground elevation in a mixed-land-use lowland Neotropical rain forest landscape.
Ecology 90:3274.
Ecological Archives E090-233.

Marquard, Elisabeth, Alexandra Weigelt, Vicky M. Temperton, Christiane Roscher, Jens Schumacher, Nina Buchmann, Markus Fischer, Wolfgang W. Weisser, and Bernhard Schmid. 2009.
Plant species richness and functional composition drive overyielding in a six-year grassland experiment.
Ecology 90:3290–3302.
Ecological Archives E090-234.

Adler, Peter B., Janneke HilleRisLambers, and Jonathan M. Levine. 2009.
Weak effect of climate variability on coexistence in a sagebrush steppe community.
Ecology 90:3303–3312.
Ecological Archives E090-235.

Salles, Joana F., Franck Poly, Bernhard Schmid, and Xavier Le Roux. 2009.
Community niche predicts the functioning of denitrifying bacterial assemblages.
Ecology 90:3324–3332.
Ecological Archives E090-236.

Clissold, Fiona J., Gordon D. Sanson, Jenny Read, and Stephen J. Simpson. 2009.
Gross vs. net income: how plant toughness affects performance of an insect herbivore.
Ecology 90:3393–3405.
Ecological Archives E090-237.

Wiklund, Christer, and Magne Friberg. 2009.
The evolutionary ecology of generalization: among-year variation in host plant use and offspring survival in a butterfly.
Ecology 90:3406–3417.
Ecological Archives E090-238.

Wright, Justin P. 2009.
Linking populations to landscapes: richness scenarios resulting from changes in the dynamics of an ecosystem engineer.
Ecology 90:3418–3429.
Ecological Archives E090-239.

Indermaur, Lukas, Thomas Winzeler, Benedikt R. Schmidt, Klement Tockner, and Michael Schaub. 2009.
Differential resource selection within shared habitat types across spatial scales in sympatric toads.
Ecology 90:3430–3444.
Ecological Archives E090-240.

Donohue, Ian, Andrew L. Jackson, Martin T. Pusch, and Kenneth Irvine. 2009.
Nutrient enrichment homogenizes lake benthic assemblages at local and regional scales.
Ecology 90:3470–3477.
Ecological Archives E090-241.

Samhouri, Jameal Farouq. 2009.
Food supply influences offspring provisioning but not density-dependent fecundity in a marine fish.
Ecology 90:3478–3488.
Ecological Archives E090-242.

Morgan, Steven G., Jennifer L. Fisher, Seth H. Miller, Skyli T. McAfee, and John L. Largier. 2009.
Nearshore larval retention in a region of strong upwelling and recruitment limitation.
Ecology 90:3489–3502.
Ecological Archives E090-243.

Calviño-Cancela, María, and Julio Martín-Herrero. 2009.
Effectiveness of a varied assemblage of seed dispersers of a fleshy-fruited plant.
Ecology 90:3503–3515.
Ecological Archives E090-244.

Carlo, Tomás A., Joshua J. Tewksbury, and Carlos Martínez del Río. 2009.
A new method to track seed dispersal and recruitment using 15N isotope enrichment.
Ecology 90:3516–3525.
Ecological Archives E090-245.

Larsen, Thomas, D. Lee Taylor, Mary Beth Leigh, Diane M. O’Brien. 2009.
Stable isotope fingerprinting: a novel method for identifying plant, fungal, or bacterial origins of amino acids.
Ecology 90:3526–3535.
Ecological Archives E090-246.

Amano, Tatsuya, and Naoki Katayama. 2009.
Hierarchical movement decisions in predators: effects of foraging experience at more than one spatial and temporal scale.
Ecology 90:3536–3545.
Ecological Archives E090-247.

Plank, Michael J., and Edward A. Codling. 2009.
Sampling rate and misidentification of Lévy and non-Lévy movement paths.
Ecology 90:3546–3553.
Ecological Archives E090-248.

Forester, James D., Hae Kyung Im, and Paul J. Rathouz. 2009.
Accounting for animal movement in estimation of resource selection functions: sampling and data analysis.
Ecology 90:3554–3565.
Ecological Archives E090-249.

De Cáceres, Miguel, and Pierre Legendre. 2009.
Associations between species and groups of sites: indices and statistical inference.
Ecology 90:3566–3574.
Ecological Archives E090-250.

Woods, Kerry D. 2009.
Multi-decade, spatially explicit population studies of canopy dynamics in Michigan old-growth forests.
Ecology 90:3587.
Ecological Archives E090-251.


 

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