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The Unified Neutral Theory of Biodiversity and Biogeography Stephen P. Hubbell
THIS BOOK IS NUMBER 32 in PrincetonÕs “Monographs in Population Biology” series. It was written to promote the potential of neutral theories to explain many ecological and biogeographic phenomena.Expand
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Influence of Fluctuating Water Levels on Mercury Concentrations in Adult Walleye
Atmospheric deposition of mercury (Hg) has been shown to be a significant source of Hg on the landscape (Rada et al. 1989; Swain et al. 1992) and is believed to contribute to increased HgExpand
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The Native Range of Walleyes in the Missouri River Drainage
Abstract The southern limit of the native range of walleye Sander vitreus is difficult to determine because of sparse historical information, early stockings, and early human disturbances. TheExpand
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SMALL MAMMALS OF A RELICT WET PRAIRIE IN OHIO
Killdeer Plains is a Wildlife Area in northwest Ohio managed primarily for waterfowl. At the turn of the century, the area was a wet prairie remnant of the prairie peninsula. Despite attempts atExpand