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2018Early Eocene Ripogonaceae leaf macrofossils from New ZealandConran, J.; Kennedy, E.; Bannister, J.
2014Early evidence of xeromorphy in angiosperms: stomatal encryption in a new Eocene species of Banksia (Proteaceae) from Western AustraliaCarpenter, R.; McLoughlin, S.; Hill, R.; McNamara, K.; Jordan, G.
2014An early Miocene ant (subfam. Amblyoponinae) from Foulden Maar: the first fossil Hymenoptera from New ZealandKaulfuss, U.; Harris, A.C.; Conran, J.G.; Lee, D.E.
2015The early Miocene paleolake Manuherikia: vegetation heterogeneity and warm-temperate to subtropical climate in southern New ZealandReichgelt, T.; Kennedy, E.M.; Conran, J.G.; Mildenhall, D.C.; Lee, D.E.
2016Earth observation: data, processing and applicationsHarrison, B.; Jupp, D.; Lewis, M.; Forster, B.; Mueller, N.; Smith, C.; Phinn, S.; Hudson, D.; Grant, I.; Coppa, I.
2012EcoHealth and the influenza A/H5N1 dual use issueJeggo, M.; Butler, C.; Jing, F.; Weinstein, P.; Daszak, P.
2018Ecological complexity buffers the impacts of future climate on marine consumersGoldenberg, S.; Nagelkerken, I.; Marangon, E.; Bonnet, A.; Ferreira, C.; Connell, S.
2011Ecological informatics: a discipline in the makingRecknagel, F.
2018Ecological informatics: An introductionRecknagel, F.; Michener, W.
2018Ecological informatics: Data management and knowledge discoveryRecknagel, F.; Michener, W.
2014An ecological regime shift resulting from disrupted predator-prey interactions in Holocene AustraliaProwse, T.; Johnson, C.; Bradshaw, C.; Brook, B.
2014Ecological risk and pollution history of heavy metals in Nansha mangrove, South ChinaWu, Q.; Tam, N.; Leung, J.; Zhou, X.; Fu, J.; Yao, B.; Huang, X.; Xia, L.
2020Ecological scaffolding and the evolution of individualityBlack, A.J.; Bourrat, P.; Rainey, P.B.
2010Ecological thresholds in marine communities: theory, experiments and managementOsman, R.; Munguia Matute, P.; Zajac, R.
2014Ecology needs a convention of nomenclatureHerrando-Pérez, S.; Brook, B.; Bradshaw, C.
2018An ecophysiologically informed model of seed dispersal by orangutans: linking animal movement with gut passage across time and spaceTarszisz, E.; Tomlinson, S.; Harrison, M.E.; Morrogh-Bernard, H.C.; Munn, A.J.
2002Ecophysiology of grassesSinclair, R.
2014Ecosystem resilience and resistance to climate changeRussell, B.; Connell, S.
2012Ectoparasite infestation patterns of domestic dogs in suburban and rural areas in BorneoWells, K.; Beaucournu, J.; Durden, L.; Petney, T.; Lakim, M.; O’Hara, R.
2000The effect of alterations in activity and body temperature on the pulmonary surfactant system in the lesser long-eared bat Nyctophilus geoffroyiSlocombe, Nicola C.; Codd, Jonathan R.; Wood, Philip G.; Orgeig, Sandra; Daniels, Christopher Brian