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Granivory and competition as determinants of annual plant diversity in the Chihuahuan desert
In the Chihuahuan Desert of southeastern Arizona, we monitored the responses of three seasonal classes of annual plants (winter, summer and biseasonal species) to experimental removal of seed-eatingExpand
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Size-Dependent Effects in the Analysis of Reproductive Effort in Plants
Size-dependent variation in reproductive effort (RE) appears to be a common phenomenon in many plant species, but researchers have not fully appreciated the factors causing such variation and theExpand
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Granivory in the Chihuahuan Desert : interactions within and between trophic levels
We investigated the effects of Chihuahuan Desert granivores on three seasonal classes of plant resource species, the effects of these resource classes on one another, and the way in whichExpand
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ANT DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE ALONG AN ELEVATIONAL GRADIENT IN THE PHILIPPINES
Ant communities were surveyed along an elevational gradient in the Philippines extending from lowland dipterocarp forest (250 m elevation) to mossy forest (1750 m). Standardized pitfall trapping inExpand
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PLANNING METHODS FOR ECOREGIONAL TARGETS: FRESHWATER AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS AND NETWORKS
Freshwater biodiversity conservation is vital to The Nature Conservancy’s mission of biodiversity conservation. Compelling documentation of the perils facing freshwater biodiversity indicate thatExpand
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The Portal Project: a long-term study of a Chihuahuan desert ecosystem
This is a data paper for the Portal Project, a long-term ecological study of rodents, plants, and ants located in southeastern Arizona, U.S.A. This paper contains an overview of methods andExpand
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PLANNING METHODS FOR ECOREGIONAL TARGETS: TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS AND COMMUNITIES
The mission of the Nature Conservancy is the long-term conservation of all biodiversity (ecosystems, communities, species and sustaining processes) present in all ecoregions. This broad objectiveExpand
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PLANNING METHODS FOR ECOREGIONAL TARGETS: MATRIX-
One of the goals of ecoregional planning is to identify viable examples of all types of ecosystems at appropriate scale to conserve their component species and processes. Natural terrestrialExpand
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