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Hooten, M. B., and N. T. Hobbs. 2015.
A guide to Bayesian model selection for ecologists.
Ecological Monographs 85:3–28.
Ecological Archives M085-001

Valls, Audrey, Marta Coll, and Villy Christensen. 2015.
Keystone species: toward an operational concept for marine biodiversity conservation.
Ecological Monographs 85:29–47.
Ecological Archives M085-002

Evangeliou, N., Y. Balkanski, A. Cozic, W. M. Hao, F. Mouillot, K. Thonicke, R. Paugam, S. Zibtsev, T. A. Mousseau, R. Wang, B. Poulter, A. Petkov, C. Yue, P. Cadule, B. Koffi, J. W. Kaiser, and A. P. Møller. 2015.
Fire evolution in the radioactive forests of Ukraine and Belarus: future risks for the population and the environment.
Ecological Monographs 85:49–72.
Ecological Archives M085-003

Perkin, Joshuah S., Keith B. Gido, Arthur R. Cooper, Thomas F. Turner, Megan J. Osborne, Eric R. Johnson, and Kevin B. Mayes. 2015.
Fragmentation and dewatering transform Great Plains stream fish communities.
Ecological Monographs 85:73–92.
Ecological Archives M085-004

Morrongiello, John R., and Ronald E. Thresher. 2015.
A statistical framework to explore ontogenetic growth variation among individuals and populations: a marine fish example.
Ecological Monographs 85:93–115.
Ecological Archives M085-005

Allgeier, Jacob E., Craig A. Layman, Peter J. Mumby, and Amy D. Rosemond. 2015.
Biogeochemical implications of biodiversity and community structure across multiple coastal ecosystems.
Ecological Monographs 85:117–132.
Ecological Archives M085-006

Zechmeister-Boltenstern, Sophie, Katharina Maria Keiblinger, Maria Mooshammer, Josep Peñuelas, Andreas Richter, Jordi Sardans, and Wolfgang Wanek. 2015.
The application of ecological stoichiometry to plant–microbial–soil organic matter transformations.
Ecological Monographs 85:133–155.
Ecological Archives M085-007

Forsyth, David M., Deborah J. Wilson, Tomás A. Easdale, Georges Kuntsler, Charles D. Canham, Wendy A. Ruscoe, Elaine F. Wright, Lora Murphy, Andrew M. Gormley, Aurora Gaxiola, and David A. Coomes. 2015.
Century-scale effects of invasive deer and rodents on the dynamics of forests growing on soils of contrasting fertility.
Ecological Monographs 85:156–179.
Ecological Archives M085-008

Sillett, Stephen C., Robert Van Pelt, Allyson L. Carroll, Russell D. Kramer, Anthony R. Ambrose, and D’Arcy Trask. 2015.
How do tree structure and old age affect growth potential of California redwoods?
Ecological Monographs 85:180–211.
Ecological Archives M085-009

Menge, Bruce A., Tarik C. Gouhier, Sally D. Hacker, Francis Chan, and Karina J. Nielsen. 2015.
Are meta-ecosystems organized hierarchically? A model and test in rocky intertidal habitats.
Ecological Monographs 85:212–232.
Ecological Archives M085-010

Conn, Paul B., Devin S. Johnson, Jay M. Ver Hoef, Mevin B. Hooten, Joshua M. London, and Peter L. Boveng . 2015.
Using spatiotemporal statistical models to estimate animal abundance and infer ecological dynamics from survey counts.
Ecological Monographs 85:233–250.
Ecological Archives M085-011

Kobayashi, Chisato, Kazunori Matsuo, Kyohei Watanabe, Nobuaki Nagata, Yukari Suzuki-Ohno, Masakado Kawata, and Makoto Kato. 2015.
Arms race between leaf rollers and parasitoids: diversification of plant-manipulation behavior and its consequences.
Ecological Monographs 85:251–266.
Ecological Archives M085-012

Hölker, Franz, Michael J. Vanni, Jan J. Kuiper, Christof Meile, Hans-Peter Grossart, Peter Stief, Rita Adrian, Andreas Lorke, Olaf Dellwig, Andreas Brand, Michael Hupfer, Wolf M. Mooij, Gunnar Nützmann, and Jörg Lewandowski. 2015.
Tube-dwelling invertibrates: tiny ecosystem engineers have large effects in lake ecosystems.
Ecological Monographs 85:333–351.
Ecological Archives M085-013

Llandres, Ana L., Gonçalo M. Marques, James L. Maino, S. A. L. M. Kooijman, Michael R. Kearney, and Jérôme Casas. 2015.
A dynamic energy budget for the whole life-cycle of holometabolous insects.
Ecological Monographs 85:353–371.
Ecological Archives M085-014

Chu, Chengjin, and Peter B. Adler. 2015.
Large niche differences emerge at the recruitment stage to stabilize grassland coexistence.
Ecological Monographs 85:373–392.
Ecological Archives M085-015

Matthiopoulos, Jason, John Fieberg, Geert Aarts, Hawthorne L. Beyer, Juan M. Morales, and Daniel T. Haydon. 2015.
Establishing the link between habitat selection and animal population dynamics.
Ecological Monographs 85:413–436.
Ecological Archives M085-016

Cayuela, Luis, Nicholas J. Gotelli, and Robert K. Colwell. 2015.
Ecological and biogeographic null hypotheses for comparing rarefaction curves.
Ecological Monographs 85:437–454.
Ecological Archives M085-017

Witman, Jon D., Robert W. Lamb, and Jarrett E. K. Byrnes. 2015.
Towards an integration of scale and complexity in marine ecology.
Ecological Monographs 85:475–504.
Ecological Archives M085-018

Sierra, Carlos A., and Markus Müller. 2015.
A general mathematical framework for representing soil organic matter dynamics.
Ecological Monographs 85:505–524.
Ecological Archives M085-019

Hobbs, N. Thompson, Chris Geremia, John Treanor, Rick Wallen, P. J. White, Mevin B. Hooten, and Jack C. Rhyan. 2015.
State-space modeling to support management of brucellosis in the Yellowstone bison population.
Ecological Monographs 85:525–556.
Ecological Archives M085-020

Tulowiecki, Stephen J., and Chris P. S. Larsen. 2015.
Native American impact on past forest composition inferred from species distribution models, Chautauqua County, New York.
Ecological Monographs 85:557–581.
Ecological Archives M085-021

Tepley, Alan J., and Thomas T. Veblen. 2015.
Spatiotemporal fire dynamics in mixed-conifer and aspen forests in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado, USA.
Ecological Monographs 85:583–603.
Ecological Archives M085-022

Jenouvrier, Stéphanie, Clara Péron, and Henri Weimerskirch. 2015.
Extreme climate events and individual heterogeneity shape life-history traits and population dynamics.
Ecological Monographs 85:605–624.
Ecological Archives M085-023

Abrams, Peter A., and Michael H. Cortez. 2015.
The many potential indirect interactions between predators that share competing prey.
Ecological Monographs 85:625–641.
Ecological Archives M085-024