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The relationship of C and N stable isotopes to high-latitude moss-associated N2 fixation.
An apex carnivore's life history mediates a predator cascade.
Dynamic rodent behavioral response to predation risk: implications for disease ecology.
Shifts in seawater chemistry disrupt trophic links within a simple shoreline food web
Landscape variation in canopy nitrogen and carbon assimilation in a temperate mixed forest.
Seasonal fecundity is not related to geographic position across a species' global range despite a central peak in abundance.
Global environmental change and the nature of aboveground net primary productivity responses: insights from long-term experiments.
Variation in foliar nitrogen and albedo in response to nitrogen fertilization and elevated CO2.
Use of digital webcam images to track spring green-up in a deciduous broadleaf forest.
Do small-scale exclosure/enclosure experiments predict the effects of large-scale extirpation of freshwater migratory fauna?
Carbon and nitrogen stoichiometry and nitrogen cycling rates in streams.
Predator induced phenotypic plasticity in the pinewoods tree frog, Hyla femoralis: necessary cues and the cost of development.
Merging aquatic and terrestrial perspectives of nutrient biogeochemistry.
The resource economics of chemical and structural defenses across nitrogen supply gradients.
Flowering phenology and compensation for herbivory in Ipomopsis aggregata.
The relative impacts of native and introduced predatory fish on a temporary wetland tadpole assemblage.
Effects of biotic and abiotic factors on the distribution and abundance of larval two-lined salamanders (Eurycea bislineata) across spatial scales.
Effects of cover and predator size on survival and development of Ranautricularia tadpoles.
Self pollination and resource availability affect ovule abortion inCassia fasciculata (Caesalpiniaceae).
Waterlogging responses in dune, swale and marsh populations of Spartina patens under field conditions.
Interaction of increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide and soil nitrogen on the carbon balance of tundra microcosms.
Increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide: possible effects on arctic tundra.
Arctic tundra: A source or sink for atmospheric carbon dioxide in a changing environment?
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