VOL. 15 · NO. 2 | June 2008
 
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15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3025
KEYWORDS: Birch forest, edge effect, fragmentation, Hooded Crow, red fox, spruce plantations, bétulaie, corneille mantelée, effet de bordure, fragmentation, plantations d'épinettes, renard roux
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3052
KEYWORDS: acclimation, developmental stage, invasive weed, night-flowering catchfly, Silene noctiflora, ultraviolet-B radiation, Acclimatation, herbe envahissante, radiation ultraviolette B, silène noctiflore, Silene noctiflora, stade de développement
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3098
KEYWORDS: countryside biogeography, deforestation, habitat element, hytotelmata, species diversity, tropical forest, biogéographie du paysage, déforestation, diversité des espèces, éléments de l'habitat, forêt tropicale, phytotelmate
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3065
KEYWORDS: Aegean Sea, Environmental heterogeneity, Small islands, species–area relationship, terrestrial isopods, hétérogénéité environnementale, isopodes terrestres, mer Égée, petites îles, relation aire-espèce
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3095
KEYWORDS: Epimecis hortaria, leaf defences, leaf quality, light environment, Lindera benzoin, plant–herbivore interactions, défenses de la feuille, environnement lumineux, Epimecis hortaria, interactions plante-herbivore, Lindera benzoin, qualité de la feuille
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3096
KEYWORDS: Crataegus monogyna, Ilex aquifolium, mammals, seed dispersal, Taxus baccata, thrushes, Crataegus monogyna, dissémination des graines, grives et merles, Ilex aquifolium, mammifères, Taxus baccata
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-2926
KEYWORDS: Alps, Holocene, late glacial, palynology, Vegetation belts, Alpes, ceintures dé végétation, Holocène, palynologie, Tardiglaciaire
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3043
KEYWORDS: Arizona, disturbance, exotic, invasive, Pinus ponderosa forest, transition matrices, wildfire, Arizona, envahissante, exotique, feu, forêt de Pinus ponderosa, matrices de transition, perturbation
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3027
KEYWORDS: Floodplain forest, natural abundance N isotopes, Primary succession, riparian biogeochemistry, sedimentation, terrestrial N cycling, abondance naturelles des isotopes de N, biogéochimie riparienne, composante terrestre du cycle de N, forêt de plaine inondable, sedimentation, succession primaire
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-2882
KEYWORDS: farming, flood pulse, seed dispersal, spatial ecology, Taxodium distichum, agriculture, dispersion des graines, écologie spatiale, inondation périodique, Taxodium distichum.
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3082
KEYWORDS: moderate-severity disturbance dynamics, regeneration in Abies balsamea–Betula spp. forests, dynamique de perturbation de sévérité modérée, régénération dans des forêts de Abies balsamea-Betula spp
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3107
KEYWORDS: beaver pond dynamics, Castor canadensis, forestry, logging, Québec, species richness, songbirds, Castor canadensis, coupe forestière, dynamique d'étangs de castor, foresterie, oiseaux chanteurs, Québec, richesse en espèces
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3054
KEYWORDS: acrotelm, CO2 exchange, moisture dynamics, peatland, restoration, water table, acrotelme, dynamique hydrologique, échange de CO2, nappe phréatique, restauration, Tourbière
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3097
KEYWORDS: arctic goose colony, food storing, lemming cycle, predator response, Arctique, colonie d'oies des neiges, mise en réserve de nourriture
15(2), (1 June 2008) https://doi.org/10.2980/15-2-3111
KEYWORDS: Environmental indicators, Paleoecology, peatlands, pocosins, Rhizopoda, testate amoebae, indicateurs environnementaux, paléoécologie, pocosins, Rhizopodes, thécamoebiens, tourbières
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