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Optimizing detectability of the endangered fan mussel using eDNA and ddPCR
Marques, V., Loot, G., Blanchet, S., Miaud, C., Planes, S., Peyran, C., … Manel, S. (2024). Optimizing detectability of the endangered fan mussel using eDNA and ddPCR. Ecology and Evolution, 14(1), e10807 (11 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.10807
Feasting on the ordinary or starving for the exceptional in a warming climate: phenological synchrony between spongy moth (<em>Lymantria dispar</em>) and budburst of six European tree species
Vitasse, Y., Pohl, N., Walde, M. G., Nadel, H., Gossner, M. M., & Baumgarten, F. (2024). Feasting on the ordinary or starving for the exceptional in a warming climate: phenological synchrony between spongy moth (Lymantria dispar) and budburst of six European tree species. Ecology and Evolution, 14(2), e10928 (15 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.10928
Current and past climate co-shape community-level plant species richness in the Western Siberian Arctic
Zemlianskii, V., Brun, P., Zimmermann, N. E., Ermokhina, K., Khitun, O., Koroleva, N., & Schaepman-Strub, G. (2024). Current and past climate co-shape community-level plant species richness in the Western Siberian Arctic. Ecology and Evolution, 14(3), e11140 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.11140
Are rare plant species less resistant than common ones to herbivores? A multi-plant species study using above- and below-ground generalist herbivores
Bürli, S., Ensslin, A., Kempel, A., & Fischer, M. (2023). Are rare plant species less resistant than common ones to herbivores? A multi-plant species study using above- and below-ground generalist herbivores. Ecology and Evolution, 13(9), e10482 (21 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.10482
The global depth range of marine fishes and their genetic coverage for environmental DNA metabarcoding
Duhamet, A., Albouy, C., Marques, V., Manel, S., & Mouillot, D. (2023). The global depth range of marine fishes and their genetic coverage for environmental DNA metabarcoding. Ecology and Evolution, 13, e9672 (15 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9672
A global meta-analysis reveals contrasting impacts of air, light, and noise pollution on pollination
Guenat, S., & Dallimer, M. (2023). A global meta-analysis reveals contrasting impacts of air, light, and noise pollution on pollination. Ecology and Evolution, 13(4), e9990 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9990
Using temporal genomics to understand contemporary climate change responses in wildlife
Jensen, E. L., & Leigh, D. M. (2022). Using temporal genomics to understand contemporary climate change responses in wildlife. Ecology and Evolution, 12(9), e9340 (8 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9340
Aquatic islands in the sky: 100 years of research on water‐filled tree holes
Petermann, J. S., & Gossner, M. M. (2022). Aquatic islands in the sky: 100 years of research on water‐filled tree holes. Ecology and Evolution, 12(8), e9206 (17 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9206
Ecological indices from environmental DNA to contrast coastal reefs under different anthropogenic pressures
Polanco F., A., Waldock, C., Keggin, T., Marques, V., Rozanski, R., Valentini, A., … Pellissier, L. (2022). Ecological indices from environmental DNA to contrast coastal reefs under different anthropogenic pressures. Ecology and Evolution, 12(8), e9212 (16 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9212
Plot size matters: toward comparable species richness estimates across plot‐based inventories
Portier, J., Zellweger, F., Zell, J., Alberdi Asensio, I., Bosela, M., Breidenbach, J., … Rohner, B. (2022). Plot size matters: toward comparable species richness estimates across plot‐based inventories. Ecology and Evolution, 12(6), e8965 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.8965
Integrating natural gradients, experiments, and statistical modeling in a distributed network experiment: an example from the WaRM Network
Prager, C. M., Classen, A. T., Sundqvist, M. K., Barrios‐Garcia, M.  N., Cameron, E. K., Chen, L., … Sanders, N. J. (2022). Integrating natural gradients, experiments, and statistical modeling in a distributed network experiment: an example from the WaRM Network. Ecology and Evolution, 12(10), e9396 (14 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9396
Climax forest has a higher soil bacterial diversity but lower soil nutrient contents than degraded forests in temperate northern China
Sui, X., Li, M., Frey, B., Wang, M., Weng, X., Wang, X., … Li, M. ‐H. (2022). Climax forest has a higher soil bacterial diversity but lower soil nutrient contents than degraded forests in temperate northern China. Ecology and Evolution, 12(11), e9535 (16 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9535
Herbivory on the pedunculate oak along an urbanization gradient in Europe: effects of impervious surface, local tree cover, and insect feeding guild
Valdés-Correcher, E., Popova, A., Galmán, A., Prinzing, A., Selikhovkin, A. V., Howe, A. G., … Castagneyrol, B. (2022). Herbivory on the pedunculate oak along an urbanization gradient in Europe: effects of impervious surface, local tree cover, and insect feeding guild. Ecology and Evolution, 12(3), e8709 (13 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.8709
Phylogeography and population genetic structure of the European roe deer in Switzerland following recent recolonization
Vasiljevic, N., Morf, N. V., Senn, J., Pérez-Espona, S., Mattucci, F., Mucci, N., … Ogden, R. (2022). Phylogeography and population genetic structure of the European roe deer in Switzerland following recent recolonization. Ecology and Evolution, 12(2), e8626 (14 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.8626
Phylogeographic analyses of an epiphytic foliose lichen show multiple dispersal events westward from the Hengduan Mountains of Yunnan into the Himalayas
Yang, M. ‐X., Werth, S., Wang, L. ‐S., & Scheidegger, C. (2022). Phylogeographic analyses of an epiphytic foliose lichen show multiple dispersal events westward from the Hengduan Mountains of Yunnan into the Himalayas. Ecology and Evolution, 12(9), e9308 (9 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9308
Declines in occurrence of plants characteristic for a nutrient-poor meadow habitat are partly explained by their responses to nutrient addition and competition
Höckendorff, S., Peintinger, M., Fiedler, F., Stift, M., & van Kleunen, M. (2021). Declines in occurrence of plants characteristic for a nutrient-poor meadow habitat are partly explained by their responses to nutrient addition and competition. Ecology and Evolution, 11(9), 4058-4070. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.7306
Detection of the elusive Dwarf sperm whale (<em>Kogia sima</em>) using environmental DNA at Malpelo island (Eastern Pacific, Colombia)
Juhel, J. B., Marques, V., Polanco Fernández, A., Borrero-Pérez, G. H., Mutis Martinezguerra, M., Valentini, A., … Pellissier, L. (2021). Detection of the elusive Dwarf sperm whale (Kogia sima) using environmental DNA at Malpelo island (Eastern Pacific, Colombia). Ecology and Evolution, 11(7), 2956-2962. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.7057
Tree recruitment is determined by stand structure and shade tolerance with uncertain role of climate and water relations
Käber, Y., Meyer, P., Stillhard, J., De Lombaerde, E., Zell, J., Stadelmann, G., … Bigler, C. (2021). Tree recruitment is determined by stand structure and shade tolerance with uncertain role of climate and water relations. Ecology and Evolution, 11(17), 12182-12203. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.7984
Tackling unresolved questions in forest ecology: the past and future role of simulation models
Maréchaux, I., Langerwisch, F., Huth, A., Bugmann, H., Morin, X., Reyer, C. P. O., … Bohn, F. J. (2021). Tackling unresolved questions in forest ecology: the past and future role of simulation models. Ecology and Evolution, 11(9), 3746-3770. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.7391
Reproductive trait differences drive offspring production in urban cavity-nesting bees and wasps
Moretti, M., Fontana, S., Carscadden, K. A., & MacIvor, J. S. (2021). Reproductive trait differences drive offspring production in urban cavity-nesting bees and wasps. Ecology and Evolution, 11(15), 9932-9948. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.7537
 

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