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    Spatial Scale of Population Synchrony: Environmental Correlation versus Dispersal and Density Regulation.

    The American NaturalistSeptember 1999Volume 154, Number 3pp. 271 – 281
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    The Effect of Resource Aggregation at Different Scales: Optimal Foraging Behavior of Cotesia rubecula.

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    Spatial Grain and the Causes of Regional Diversity Gradients in Ants.

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    Determinism in a Transient Assemblage: The Roles of Dispersal and Local Competition.

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    Partitioning Species Diversity across Landscapes and Regions: A Hierarchical Analysis of α, β, and γ Diversity.

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    Spatial Interactions and Resilience in Arid Ecosystems.

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    How the Spatial Scales of Dispersal, Competition, and Environmental Heterogeneity Interact to Affect Coexistence.

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    Dispersal and Species Diversity: A Meta‐Analysis.

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    Species Diversity in Local Neutral Communities.

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    Scale Dependence of Species‐Energy Relationships: Evidence from Fishes in Thousands of Lakes.

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    The Effect of Prey Density on Predators: Conspicuousness and Attack Success Are Sensitive to Spatial Scale.

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    Causality of the Relationship between Geographic Distribution and Species Abundance

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    Speciation Has a Spatial Scale That Depends on Levels of Gene Flow.

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    Spiteful Interactions in a Natural Population of the Bacterium Xenorhabdus bovienii.

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    Recycling‐Mediated Facilitation and Coexistence Based on Plant Size.

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    An Insect-Feeding Guild of Carnivorous Plants and Spiders: Does Optimal Foraging Lead to Competition or Facilitation?

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    Contrasting Patterns of Phenotype-Dependent Parasitism within and among Populations of Threespine Stickleback.

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    Scale-Dependent Phenological Synchrony between Songbirds and Their Caterpillar Food Source