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M. F. Díaz, “Limitantes biológicas e hidrológicas de la sucesión secundaria en bosques de Chiloé”, 2004.
K. H. Macneale, “Life history and dispersal of a stonefly, Leutra ferruginea (Plecoptera; Leuctridae), in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire”, 2003.
J. M. Griffin, “The landscape pathology of beech bark disease in the Catskill Mountains, NY: The effects of land use history on disease progression, and the response of sugar maple to beech decline”, 2005.
B. J. Goodwin, “Landscape connectivity: the interaction between insect movements and landscape spatial structure”, 2000.
D. A. Honkala, “Landsat thematic mapper data: applications to forest and wildlife habitat analysis”, 1985.
A. Ponette-González, “Land cover effects on water fluxes and atmospheric deposition across a Mexican tropicalal montane landscape”, 2009.
M. A. Jiménez, “La heterogeneidad temporal en la precipitación determina la invasibilidad y coexistencia de especies nativas y exóticas en las comunidades de herbáceas anuales de zonas semiáridas”, 2012.
L. Vaillancourt, “The isolation and partial identification of some phenolic compounds from the leaves of Comptonia peregrina (L.) Coult”, 1984.
C. E. Maki, “Ionic composition of streamwater and its relationship to conductivity in the Lake Sunapee watershed”, 2005.
H. A. Bechtold, “Investigation of the response of carbon and nutrient dynamics to human land-use in the Portneuf river watershed”, 2010.
C. C. Carey, “An investigation of the factors controlling the growth of Gloeotrichia echniulata in an oligotrophic lake”, 2006.
M. J. Christ, “Investigating the role of base cation and ammonium deposition in soil and soil-water acidification at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire”, 1993.
C. E. Burns, “Investigating the response of white-footed mice to habitat loss: From individual behavior to landscape ecology”, 2004.
R. W. Myster, “Invasion and establishment of trees in oldfields: pattern and process”, 1990.
S. Reid, “Interaction dynamics of avian frugivores and plants in a sub-Andean sclerophyllous shrubland of central Chile: implications for seed dispersal and regeneration patterns”, 2008.
J. Leon, “Influencia del caudal del río Puelo sobre la salinidad y concentración de oxigeno disuelto en el Estuario de Reloncavi, Chile”, 2005.
A. Swei, “Influence of spatial heterogeneity and vertebrate species assemblage on the ecology of Lyme disease in the far-western United States”, 2009.
S. S. Roley, “The influence of floodplain restoration on stream ecosystem function in an agricultural landscape”, 2013.
M. S. Mayer, “The importance of algae as food for insects in Bear Brook, a small woodland stream in New Hampshire”, 1986.
N. D. Bettez, “Impacts of Chronic Low Level Nitrogen Deposition Along A Roadside Deposition Gradient On Forest and Estuarine N Loading”, 2009.
J. L. Celis, “Historia natural y demografía del marsupial arbóreo Dromiciops gliroides en bosques primarios y degradados del norte de la Isla Grande de Chiloé. (Natural history and demography of the arboreal marsupial Dromiciops gliroides in primary and degraded fores”, 2010.
M. J. Fargione, “Habitat use and reproductive success of kestrels in Southeastern New York”, 1984.
K. M. Lander, “Habitat creation and biodiversity at small scales: Leaf-tying caterpillars as ecosystem engineers”, 2003.
R. Guevara, “Genetic and functional diversity of bacterial groups in soils with contrasting vegetation cover: biogeographic and anthropogenic effects”, 2007.
C. A. Corey, “Freshwater mussel behavior: Displays by members of the genus Ligumia and habitat selection by juveniles of two species”, 2003.


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