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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 2015, Volume 526, Issue 7574, pp. 574 - 577
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Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 2/2005, Volume 86, Issue 2, pp. 528 - 537
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Ecology Letters, ISSN 1461-023X, 2019, Volume 22, Issue 7, pp. 1136 - 1144
Sodium is unique among abundant elemental nutrients, because most plant species do not require it for growth or development, whereas animals physiologically... 
international | Restoration ecology
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Ecology Letters, ISSN 1461-023X, 07/2019, Volume 22, Issue 7, pp. 1136 - 1144
Sodium is unique among abundant elemental nutrients, because most plant species do not require it for growth or development, whereas animals physiologically... 
Biogeography | herbivory | nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, micronutrients | plant taxonomy | Nutrient Network (NutNet) | BASE CATIONS | potassium | HERBIVORES | nitrogen | MECHANISMS | BALANCE | PLANTS | ECOLOGY | micronutrients | SELECTION | ECOSYSTEMS | phosphorus | Adaptation, Physiological | Grassland | Animals | Sodium | Soil | Herbivory | Plants | Nitrogen | Grasslands | Vertebrates | Fertilization | Aridity | Nutrients | Herbivores
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Behavioral Ecology, ISSN 1045-2249, 03/2006, Volume 17, Issue 2, p. 188
  For animals that forage underground, the success with which food items are located may be closely related to burrow architecture. Fractal dimension, which... 
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Behavioral Ecology, ISSN 1045-2249, 03/2006, Volume 17, Issue 2, pp. 188 - 195
For animals that forage underground, the Success With which food items are located may be closely related to burrow architecture. Fractal dimension, which... 
Computer model | Food patchiness | Shape | Burrow architecture | Food distribution | computer model | AFRICAN MOLE-RATS | shape | SEARCH PATH | POCKET GOPHERS | GEOMYS-BURSARIUS | GOPHER THOMOMYS-BOTTAE | DISTURBANCE | food patchiness | burrow architecture | FOSSORIAL HERBIVORE | CONVEX HULLS | ZOOLOGY | PLANT-COMMUNITIES | MOVEMENT PATTERNS | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | ECOLOGY | food distribution
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Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0952-8369, 7/2005, Volume 266, Issue 3, pp. 319 - 325
While many animals respond to seasonal variation in their environment, animals such as pocket gophers Thomomys bottae that live below ground might seem to be... 
Thomomys bottae | burrowing | vegetation | activity | soil moisture | pocket gopher | Pocket gopher | Activity | Soil moisture | Burrowing | Vegetation | ANIMALS | ZOOLOGY | ACTIVITY PATTERNS | FOSSORIAL RODENT
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Journal of Mammalogy, ISSN 0022-2372, 2005, Volume 86, Issue 4, pp. 750 - 756
Abstract Home-range size and shape are influenced by cost–benefit relationships associated with acquiring resources. Subterranean animals may be particularly... 
Geomyidae | burrowing patterns | subterranean | vegetation | home range | soil | energetics | Geometry | Foraging | Burrows | Vegetation | Burrowing | Sand soils | Clay soils | Mammalogy | Biomass | Wildlife habitats | Energetics | Home range | Burrowing patterns | Soil | Subterranean | PATH | RODENT | SEARCH | SIZE | GEOMYS-BURSARIUS | BOTTAE BURROW GEOMETRY | FOSSORIAL HERBIVORE | ZOOLOGY | BIOENERGETICS | THOMOMYS-BOTTAE | DYNAMICS | Pocket gophers | Research | Habitats | Animal behavior | Rodents | Biological diversity
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Animal Conservation, ISSN 1367-9430, 11/2003, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp. 309 - 316
Many species have strong habitat preferences that directly influence population viability. For successful reintroduction of threatened populations that rely on... 
EASTERN WOODRATS | CONSERVATION | COMPLEX LANDSCAPES | WHITE-THROATED WOODRAT | HOME-RANGE | ALBIGULA | DESERT | ECOLOGY | FUSCIPES | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | NEOTOMA-FLORIDANA | MEXICO
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Oecologia, ISSN 0029-8549, 1/2000, Volume 125, Issue 1, pp. 26 - 34
One way for animals to decrease energy expenditures is to minimize the cost of movement. For animals dwelling on slopes, gravity can impart a large energetic... 
Geometry | Animals | Sedimentary soils | Minimization of cost | Loam soils | Foraging | Population Ecology | Slope of a line | Sediments | Tunnels | Soil ecology | Energetics | Thomomys bottae | Soil erosion | Animal movement | Ecosystem engineer | ecosystem engineer | WATER INFILTRATION | FIELD | animal movement | SUCCESSION | DISTURBANCE | GRADIENT | PRAIRIE | AREA | SOIL | ECOLOGY | soil erosion | energetics | SLOPES
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Journal of Coastal Research, ISSN 0749-0208, 1/1994, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 178 - 188
Since the turn of the century, the foredunes on the west coast of North America have become dominated by Ammophila arenaria due to extensive sand stabilization... 
Coastal ecology | Species diversity | Coasts | Coastal ranges | Synecology | Vegetation | Plants | Beaches | River ports | Dunes | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | COASTAL PLANT COMMUNITIES | DUNE MORPHOLOGY | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | GEOSCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY | GROWTH | INTRODUCED SPECIES | AMMOPHILA ARENARIA
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