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TROPHIC LEVELS ARE DIFFERENTIALLY SENSITIVE TO CLIMATE
Predicting the response of communities to climate change is a major challenge for ecology. Communities may well not respond as entities but be disrupted, particularly if trophic levels respondExpand
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Palaeoecology and depositional environments of the Tendaguru Beds (Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous, Tanzania)
Abstract. The Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous Tendaguru Beds (Tanzania, East Africa) have been well known for nearly a century for their diverse dinosaur assemblages. Here, we presentExpand
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Microtoid cricetids and the early history of arvicolids (Mammalia, Rodentia)
In response to environmental changes in the Northern hemisphere, several lines of brachyodont-bunodont cricetid rodents evolved during the Late Miocene as “microtoid cricetids.” Major evolutionaryExpand
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Long-term demographic fluctuations in an orchid species driven by weather: implications for conservation planning
Summary 1 Management decisions are increasingly based on matrix models intended to predict the long-term fate of endangered species. However, certain elements of these models, such asExpand
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Arvicola mosbachensis (Schmidtgen 1911) of Mosbach 2: a basic sample for the early evolution of the genus and a reference for further biostratigraphical studies
Arvicola materials from Mosbach 2, including the types ofA. mosbachensis housed at the Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg Frankfurt am Main, are described. Six specimens display incipient rootExpand
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Responses of arthropods to plant diversity: changes after pollution cessation
Perner, J., Voigt, W., Ba¨hrmann, R., Heinrich, W., Marstaller, R., Fabian, B.,Gregor, K., Lichter, D., Sander, F. W. and Jones, T. H. 2003. Responses ofarthropods to plant diversity: changes afterExpand
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First haramiyid (Mammalia, Allotheria) from the Mesozoic of Gondwana
Abstract. A haramiyid tooth is described from the Upper Jurassic of Tendaguru in southwestern Tanzania, East Africa. The specimen, identified tentatively as a lower posterior premolar, is made theExpand
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Late Cenozoic sequences of mammalian sites in Eurasia: an updated correlation
Abstract A review of the geochronological sequence of Late Cenozoic mammalian sites in Eurasia covering the time span from the Vallesian up to the Toringian is given. An updated correlation chart ofExpand
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Muroid Rodent Biochronology of the Neogene and Quaternary in Europe
The mammalian biochronology of the continental Neogene and Quaternary in Europe has made remarkable advances. The present state of knowledge was discussed at the symposium on “European Neogene MammalExpand
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Body size and body volume distribution in two sauropods from the Upper Jurassic of Tendaguru (Tanzania)
Abstract. Allometric equations are often based on the body mass of an animal because body mass determines many physiological functions. This should also hold for Brachiosaurus brancai andExpand
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