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Methods in Ecology and Evolution
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Molecular approaches for species identification
Accounting for uncertainty in species delineation during the analysis of environmental DNA sequence data
Jeff R. Powell

A novel molecular approach for rapid assessment of soil nematode assemblages – variation, validation and potential applications
Suzanne Donn, Roy Neilson, Bryan S. Griffiths and Tim J. Daniell

Directed terminal restriction analysis tool (DRAT): an aid to enzyme selection for directed terminal-restriction fragment length polymorphisms
David M. Roberts, Pietà G. Schofield, Suzanne Donn and Tim J. Daniell

Tracking and trapping
How safe is mist netting? evaluating the risk of injury and mortality to birds
Erica N. Spotswood, Kari Roesch Goodman, et al.

TrapCam: an inexpensive camera system for studying deep-water animals
Brett Favaro, Corinna Lichota, Isabelle M. Côté and Stefanie D. Duff

Tracking migratory songbirds: accuracy of light-level loggers (geolocators) in forest habitats
Adam M. Fudickar, Martin Wikelski and Jesko Partecke

Climate change
CliMond: global high-resolution historical and future scenario climate surfaces for bioclimatic modelling
Darren J. Kriticos, Bruce L. Webber, et al.

RNCEP: global weather and climate data at your fingertips
Michael U. Kemp, E. Emiel van Loon, Judy Shamoun-Baranes and Willem Bouten

Reconstructing historical snow depth surfaces to evaluate changes in critical demographic rates and habitat components of snow-dependent and snow-restricted species
Jeffrey A. Manning and Edward O. Garton

A combined rain shelter and free-air CO2 enrichment system to study climate change impacts on plants in the field
Martin Erbs, Remy Manderscheid and Hans-Joachim Weigel

Statistical methods
Distance-based multivariate analyses confound location and dispersion effects
David I. Warton, Stephen T. Wright and Yi Wang

Distance weighting avoids erroneous scale effects in species-habitat models
Birgit Aue, Klemens Ekschmitt, Stefan Hotes and Volkmar Wolters

On thinning of chains in MCMC
William A. Link and Mitchell J. Eaton

Applying additive modelling and gradient boosting to assess the effects of watershed and reach characteristics on riverine assemblages
Kelly O. Maloney, Matthias Schmid and Donald E. Weller

Guidelines for estimating repeatability
Matthew E. Wolak, Daphne J. Fairbairn and Yale R. Paulsen

Stable isotopes
Reservations about preservations: storage methods affect δ13C signatures differently even in closely related soil fauna
Eveline J. Krab, Richard S. P. Van Logtestijn, Johannes H. C. Cornelissen and Matty P. Berg

Phylogenetic application
MOTMOT: models of trait macroevolution on trees
Gavin H. Thomas and Robert P. Freckleton

Community modelling
Estimating immigration in neutral communities: theoretical and practical insights into the sampling properties
François Munoz and Pierre Couteron

Variation in postsampling treatment of avian blood affects ecophysiological interpretations
Bethany J. Hoye

Monitoring and modelling
Modelling data from different sites, times or studies: weighted vs. unweighted regression
David Fletcher and Philip M. Dixon

Comparative interpretation of count, presence–absence and point methods for species distribution models
Geert Aarts, John Fieberg and Jason Matthiopoulos

When can we ignore the problem of imperfect detection in comparative studies?
Frédéric Archaux, Pierre-Yves Henry and Olivier Gimenez

Local frequency as a key to interpreting species occurrence data when recording effort is not known
Mark O. Hill

Bias in estimation of adult survival and asymptotic population growth rate caused by undetected capture heterogeneity
David Fletcher, Jean-Dominique Lebreton, et al.
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