VOL. 16 · NO. 2 | June 2009
 
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Marko Mägi, Raivo Mänd, Heleri Tamm, Elo Sisask, Priit Kilgas, Vallo Tilgar
Ecoscience 16 (2), 145-157, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3215
KEYWORDS: caterpillar abundance, deciduous and coniferous habitat, food availability, habitat quality, Parus major, provisioning rate, abondance de chenilles, disponibilité de la nourriture, habitat feuillu et résineux, Parus major, qualité de l'habitat, taux d'approvisionnement
Martha Graf, Line Rochefort
Ecoscience 16 (2), 158-166, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3128
KEYWORDS: Decomposition, fen, production, restoration, C storage, décomposition, entreposage de C, production, restauration, tourbière minérotrophe
Thomas Ranius, Mats Niklasson, Niclas Berg
Ecoscience 16 (2), 167-174, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3200
KEYWORDS: dendrochronology, increment cores, Quercus robur, tree age, tree growth, tree rings, âge de l'arbre, carottes de sondage, cernes de croissance, croissance de l'arbre, Dendrochronologie, Quercus robur
Grégory Bulté, Gabriel Blouin-Demers
Ecoscience 16 (2), 175-182, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3243
KEYWORDS: body size, cost of growth, Graptemys geographica, growth model, sexual size dimorphism, standard metabolic rate, coût de la croissance, dimorphisme sexuel de taille, Graptemys geographica, modèle de croissance, taille corporelle, taux métabolique standard
Héloïse Rheault, Louis Bélanger, Pierre Grondin, Rock Ouimet, Christian Hébert, Claude Dussault
Ecoscience 16 (2), 183-196, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3216
KEYWORDS: bryophytes and lichens diversity, coarse woody debris, forest management, old-growth boreal forest, aménagement forestier, débris ligneux grossiers, diversité des bryophytes et lichens, forêt boréale ancienne
Sheryl M. Petersen, Paul B. Drewa
Ecoscience 16 (2), 197-208, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3208
KEYWORDS: classification, community pattern, fire regimes, Midwestern United States, ordination, woody vegetation encroachment, centre-ouest des États-Unis, classification, envahissement par la végétation ligneuse, ordination, patron des communautés, régimes de feu
Constance L. Browne, Cynthia A. Paszkowski, A. Lee Foote, Alissa Moenting, Shelly M. Boss
Ecoscience 16 (2), 209-223, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3220
KEYWORDS: anuran, boreal, habitat, landscape, scale, wetland, anoure, boréal, échelle, habitat, milieu humide, paysage
Benjamin Lelong, Claude Lavoie, Marius Thériault
Ecoscience 16 (2), 224-237, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3237
KEYWORDS: common reed, landscape ecology, light, logistic regression model, Phragmites australis, road, écologie du paysage, lumière, modèle de régression logistique, Phragmites australis, roseau commun, route
Stephen J. Mayor, David C. Schneider, James A. Schaefer, Shane P. Mahoney
Ecoscience 16 (2), 238-247, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3238
KEYWORDS: continuum, fitness, hierarchy, limiting factors, resource selection, scale, continuum, échelle, facteurs limitants, hiérarchie, sélection des ressources, valeur adaptative
Bente J. Graae, Kris Verheyen, Annette Kolb, Sebastian Van Der Veken, Thilo Heinken, Olivier Chabrerie, Martin Diekmann, Karin Valtinat, Renate Zindel, Elisabeth Karlsson, Lotta Ström, Guillaume Decocq, Martin Hermy, Carol C. Baskin
Ecoscience 16 (2), 248-257, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3234
KEYWORDS: ancient forest, climate change, plant migration, Reid's paradox, seed development, seed dormancy, changement climatique, développement de la graine, dormance de la graine, forêt ancienne, migration des plantes, paradoxe de Reid
Gregory J. Sharam, Roy Turkington
Ecoscience 16 (2), 258-264, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3256
KEYWORDS: boreal forest, camphor, Lepus americanus, plant defence, snowshoe hares, camphre, défense de la plante, forêt boréale, Lepus americanus, lièvres d'Amérique
Laura Nagel, Tonia Robb, Mark R. Forbes
Ecoscience 16 (2), 265-270, (1 June 2009) https://doi.org/10.2980/16-2-3244
KEYWORDS: Arrenurus, damselfly, ectoparasite, host—parasite, Lestes, Arrenurus, demoiselle, ectoparasite, Lestes, parasite-hôte
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