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Quantitative Analysis of the Timing of the Origin and Diversification of Extant Placental Orders
Although the fossil record is incomplete, it appears adequate to reject the hypothesis that orders of placentals began to diversify before the K/T boundary; thus, early Tertiary ordinal diversification is real.
An evaluation of the application of CHEMTAX to Antarctic coastal pigment data
Spatial and temporal variation in estuarine fish and invertebrate assemblages: Analysis of an 11-year data set
Protocols for monitoring wetland mitigation and restoration projects call for routine counts of animals, yet long-term spatial and temporal patterns are rarely examined. An analysis of monitoring…
Simulating the effects of different fire regimes on plant functional groups in Southern California
ERROR PROPAGATION IN A FOREST SUCCESSION MODEL:THE ROLE OF FINE‐SCALE HETEROGENEITY IN LIGHT
A central challenge in ecology is understanding the emergence of broad-scale community and ecosystem patterns as the result of interactions among individuals. We identify the role of fine-scale light…
Anti-S1P Antibody as a Novel Therapeutic Strategy for VEGFR TKI-Resistant Renal Cancer
Findings suggest that S1P inhibition may be a novel therapeutic strategy in patients with treatment-naïve RCC and also in the setting of resistance to VEGFR TKI therapy.
Details That Matter: The Spatial Distribution of Individual Trees Maintains Forest Ecosystem Function
This paper shows that the processes controlling tree-scale spatial heterogeneity in forests have large effects on system-level properties such as standing crop, and on community-level properties such…
Predicting obstructive coronary artery disease with serum sphingosine-1-phosphate.
Relationships between Human Disturbance and Wildlife Land Use in Urban Habitat Fragments
- Lisa Markovchick-Nicholls, H. Regan, Timothy ANN HUNT
- Environmental ScienceConservation biology : the journal of the Society…
- 1 February 2008
The results appear to indicate that maintenance of habitat fragments in urban areas is of conservation benefit to some animal species, despite human activity and disturbance, as long as the fragments are large.