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1. Well-informed management of harvested species requires understanding how changing ecological conditions affect demography and population dynamics, information that is lacking for many species. We have limited understanding of the relative influence of carnivores, harvest , weather and forage availability on elk Cervus elaphus demography, despite the(More)
Understanding how spatial and temporal heterogeneity influence ecological processes forms a central challenge in ecology. Individual responses to heterogeneity shape population dynamics, therefore understanding these responses is central to sustainable population management. Emerging evidence has shown that herbivores track heterogeneity in nutritional(More)
Notice: Changes introduced as a result of publishing processes such as copy-editing and formatting may not be reflected in this document. For a definitive version of this work, please refer to the published source: INTRODUCTION Over the past decade our understanding of foot function has increased significantly[1,2]. Our understanding of foot and ankle(More)
Response of surface water masses and circulation to late Quaternary climate change east of New Zealand. Role of iron, light, and silicate in controlling algal biomass in subantarctic waters SE of New Zealand. The spring bloom in the Antarctic Polar Frontal Zone as observed from a mesoscale array of bio-optical sensors. Similar meltwater contributions to(More)
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