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Statistics bibliography 12 - ecology

Adolph, S.C. & Hardin, J.S. (2007). Estimating phenotypic correlations: correcting for bias due to intraindividual variability. Functional Ecology 21, 178-184. Read Read [free pdf]

Brandle, M. & Brandl, R. (2001). Species richness of insects and mites on trees: expanding Southwood. Journal of Animal Ecology 70 (3), 491-504. Read Read [free pdf]

Cade, B.S. & Noon, B.R. (2003). A gentle introduction to quantile regression for ecologists. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1, 412-420. Read Read [free pdf]

Turchin, P. (1995). Population regulation: Old arguments and a new synthesis. pp 19-40 in: Cappuccino, N. & Price, P.W. (eds) Population dynamics. New approaches and synthesis. Academic Press. Read [free pdf]

Carbines, G. (2004). Age determination, validation, and growth of blue cod Parapercis colias, in Foveaux Strait, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 38 (2), 201-214. Read [free pdf]

Dawson, J. et al (2006). Dispersion statistics and a sampling plan for Helicoverpa (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) on fresh-market tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum). Australian Journal of Entomology 45 (1), 1-95. Read

Dinsdale, E.A. et al. (2008). Microbial ecology of four coral atolls in the Northern Line Islands. PLoS One 3 (2): e1584. Read Read

Dunwiddie, P.W. et al. (2001). Long-term trends of bald eagles in winter on the Skagit River, Washington. Journal of Wildlife Management 65 (2), 290-299. Read

Ellison, A.M. (2008). Managing mangroves with benthic biodiversity in mind: Moving beyond roving banditry. Journal of Sea Research 59 (1-2), 2-15. Read Read [free pdf]

Ellison, A.M. et al (1999). Origins of mangrove ecosystems and the mangrove biodiversity anomaly. Global Ecology & Biogeography 8 (2), 95-115. Read Read [free pdf]

Freckleton, R.P. et al. (2006). Census error and the detection of density dependence. Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (4), 837-851. Read Read [free pdf]

Green, A.J. (2001). Mass/length residuals: measures of body condition or generators of spurious results? Ecology 82 (5), 1473-1483. Read Read [free pdf]

Krauss, J. et al. (2004). Landscape occupancy and local population size depends on host plant distribution in the butterfly Cupido minimus. Biological Conservation 120 (3), 355-361. Read Read [free pdf]

Kiffner, C. et al. (2009). Plenty of prey, few predators: what limits lions Panthera leo in Katavi National Park, western Tanzania? Oryx 43 (1), 52-59. Read

Kennedy, C.E.J. & Southwood, T.R.E. (1984). The number of species of insects associated with British trees: a re-analysis. Journal of Animal Ecology, 53 (2), 455-478. Read

Lee, J.-H. & Pemberton, R.W. (2007). Seasonal phenology and stage-specific parasitism of the apple ermine moth, Yponomeuta malinellus Zeller, in Korea. Entomological Research 37 (1), 54-59. Read

Loman, J. (2008). Small rodent population synchrony in western Sweden. Effects of landscape structure. Web Ecology 8, 14-21. Read [free pdf]

Luiselli, L. (2006). Testing hypotheses on the ecological patterns of rarity using a novel model of study: snake communities worldwide. Web Ecology 6, 44-58. Read [free pdf]

McGregor, R.L. et al. (2008). Do small mammals avoid roads because of the traffic? Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (1), 117-123. Read Read [free pdf]

Mantyla, E. et al. (2008). From plants to birds: Higher avian predation rates in trees responding to insect herbivory. PLoS One 3 (7), e2832 Read Read [free pdf]

Marino, J. et al. (2006).Trends, dynamics and resilience of an Ethiopian wolf population. Animal Conservation 9, 49-57. Read

Mullens, B.A. et al. (2006). Behavioural responses of dairy cattle to the stable fly, Stomoxys calcitrans, in an open field environment. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 20 (1), 122-137. Read

Reardon, E.E. & Chapman, L.J. (2008). Reproductive seasonality in a swamp-locked African cichlid. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17 (1), 20-29. Read

Sharp, W.C. et al. (2005). Long-term trends in the recreational lobster fishery of Florida, United States: landings, effort, and implications for management. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 39 (3), 733-747. Read [free pdf]

Schulte-Hostedde, A.I. et al. (2005). Restitution of mass-size residuals: validating body condition indices. Ecology 86 (1), 155-163. Read Read [free pdf]

Sprugel, D.G. (1983). Correcting for bias in log-transformed allometric equations. Ecology 64, 209-210. Read [free pdf]

Stofffels, R.J. et al (2003). Length-mass models for some common New Zealand littoral-benthic macroinvertebrates, with a note on within-taxon variability in parameter values among published models. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 37 (2), 449-460. Read [free pdf]

Su, S. et al. (2008). East learns from West: Asiatic honeybees can understand dance language of European honeybees. PLOS One 3 (6), e2365. Read

Tudor, O. et al. (2004). Flower preferences of woodland butterflies in the UK: nectaring specialists are species of conservation concern. Biological Conservation 119 (3), 397-403. Read

Vincent, S.E. & Lailvaux, S.P. (2006). Female morphology, web design, and the potential for multiple mating in Nephila clavipes: do fat-bottomed girls make the spider world go round? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 87 (1), 95-102. Read

Vreysen, M.J.B. & Saleh, K.M. (2001). Long-term sampling of gamma sterilised male Glossina austeni (Diptera: Glossinidae) with sticky panels on Unguja Island (Zanzibar). Acta Tropica 80 (1), 29-37. Read

Ward, J.R.& Lafferty, K.D. (2004). The elusive baseline of marine disease: Are diseases in ocean ecosystems increasing? PLoS Biology 2 (4), 542-547. Read Read [free pdf]

Winfree, R. et al. (2007). Effect of human disturbance on bee communities in a forested ecosystem. Conservation Biology 21 (1), 213-223. Read

Wauters, L.A. et al. (2008). Demography of alpine red squirrel populations in relation to fluctuations in seed crop size. Ecography 31 (1), 104-114. Read