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Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd United Kingdom
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"Oikos publishes original and innovative research on all aspects of ecology, defined as organism-environment interactions at various spatiotemporal scales, so including macroecology and evolutionary ecology. Emphasis is on theoretical and empirical work aimed at generalization and synthesis across taxa, systems and ecological disciplines. Papers can contribute to new developments in ecology by reporting novel theory or critical empirical results, and ""synthesis"" can include developing new theory." It has an SJR impact factor of 1,672.

Oikos focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: alter, species, functional, response, forest, soil, decisionsbrown, cuckoo, costsdo, controlling, ...

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Languages: English

Open Access Policy: Open Choice

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alter, species, functional, response, forest, soil, decisionsbrown, cuckoo, costsdo, controlling, density, differences, directional, divergence, diversitydeer, driver, dry, ecological, contributionan, content, consumer, autumn, bears, birdfactors, birdfinding, budgets, choiceecological, colours, communities, community, compensating, conditions, connectivityneglecting,

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Species richness of moss landscapes unaffected by short-term fragmentation

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Slugs, willow seedlings and nutrient fertilization: intrinsic vigor inversely affects palatability

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The effects of familiarity on competitive interactions between threespined sticklebacks

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Structure of tropical river food webs revealed by stable isotope ratios

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Diversity and community composition of butterflies and odonates in an ENSO-induced fire affected habitat mosaic: a case study from East Kalimantan, Indonesia

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Population dynamics and life history tactics of arthropods from Mediterranean-type ecosystems

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Interactions among young stages of the wolf spiders Pardosa moesta and P. mackenziana (Araneae: Lycosidae)

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Carrying capacity models should not use fixed prey density thresholds: a plea for using more tools of behavioural ecology

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Mites and Blowflies Decrease Growth and Survival in Nestling Pied Flycatchers

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Variation in birch bark secondary chemistry between and within clones: implications for herbivory by hares

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Function and "functioning" in ecology: what does it mean?

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Adaptive plasticity in nest-site selection in response to changing predation risk

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Dispersal of the lycaenid Plebejus argus in response to patches of its mutualist ant Lasius niger

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The Clockwork of Finnish Tetraonid Population Dynamics

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Linking life history traits in successive phases of a complex life cycle: effects of larval biomass on early juvenile development in an estuarine crab,Chasmagnathus granulata

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Context and connectivity in plant metapopulations and landscape mosaics: does the matrix matter?

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Fish-mediated indirect effects in a littoral food web

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Can saliva from moose, Alces alces, affect growth responses in the sallow, Salix caprea?

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Mass-dependence in the predation risk of unequal competitors; some models

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Birds have no impact on folivorous insect guilds on a montane willow

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Ecological Salinity Boundaries in Poikilohaline Waters

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Resource specialization determines whether history influences community structure

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A test of host specialization by insect vectors as a mechanism for reproductive isolation among entomophilous fungal species

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Litter effects of two co-occurring alpine species on plant growth, microbial activity and immobilization of nitrogen

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