Appendices are any supplementary material that may be associated with a particular article. Most often they are uploaded as pdf:s, but may also consist of excel files, scripts, videos etc. Appendices are searchable via manuscript number, doi or author name.

Supplementary material must follow the guidelines given here: 

Article numbersort descending Year Description Documents
o15547 2007

Starzomski, B. M. and Srivastava, D. S. 2007. Landscape geometry determines community response to disturbance. – Oikos 116: 690–699.

o15594 2007

Pennings, S. C., Zimmer, M., Dias, N., Sprung, M., Davé, N., Ho, C.-K., Kunza, A., McFarlin, C., Mews, M., Pfauder, A. and Salgado, C. 2007. Latitudinal variation in plant-herbivore interactions in European salt marshes. – Oikos 116: 543–549.

o15604 2007

Snäll, T., O’Hara, R. B. and Arjas, E. 2007. A mathematical and statistical framework for modelling dispersal. – Oikos 116: 1037-1050.

o15639 2007

Persson, J., Brett, M. T., Vrede, T. and Ravet, J. K. 2007. Food quantity and quality regulation of trophic transfer between primary producers and a keystone grazer (Daphnia) in pelagic freshwater food webs. – Oikos 116: 1152–1163.

o15703 2007

Stiles, A. and Scheiner, S. M. 2007. Evaluation of species-
area functions using Sonoran Desert plant data: not all species-area curves are power functions. – Oikos 116: 1930–1940.

o15782 2007

Thum, R. A. 2007. Reproductive interference, priority effects and the maintenance of parapatry in Skistodiaptomus copepods. – Oikos 116: 759-768.

o15828 2007

Vázquez, D. P., Melián, C. J., Williams, N. M., Blüthgen, N., Krasnov, R. R. and Poulin, R. 2007. Species abundance and asymmetric interaction
strength in ecological networks. – Oikos 116: 1120–1127.

o15875 2007

Hall, S. R., Shurin, J. B., Diehl, S. and Nisbet, R. M. 2007. Food quality, nutrient limitation of secondary production, and the strength of trophic
cascades. – Oikos 116: 1128–1143.

o15893 2007

Varpe, Ø., Jørgensen, C., Tarling, G. A. and Fiksen, Ø. 2007. Early is better: seasonal egg fitness and timing of reproduction in a zooplankton life-history model. – Oikos 116: 1331–1342.

o15915 2008

Piechnik, D. E., Martinez, N. D. and Lawler, S. P. 2008. Food-web assembly during a classic biogeographic study: species’ “trophic breadth” corresponds to colonization order. – Oikos 117: 665–674.

o15938 2007

Koivisto, E., Huitu, O., Sundell, J. and Korpimäki, E. 2007. Species-specific limitation of vole population growth by least weasel predation: facilitation of coexistence? – Oikos 117: 6–12.

o15988 2007

Zhang, Q.-G. and Zhang, D.-Y. 2007. Colonization sequence influences selection and complementarity effects on biomass production in experimental algal microcosms. – Oikos 116: 1748-1758.

o16034 2007

Bigler, C., Gavin, D. G., Gunning, C. and Veblen, T. T. 2007. Drought induces lagged tree mortality in a subalpine forest in the Rocky Mountains. –Oikos 116: 1983–1994.

o16036 2007

Vander Zenden, M. J. and Fetzer, W. W. 2007. Global patterns of aquatic food chain lenght. – Oikos 116: 1378–1388.

o16037 2007

Blüthgen, N. and Metzner, A. 2007. Contrasting leaf age preferences of specialist and generalist stick insects (Phasmida). – Oikos 116: 1853–1862.

o16099 2007

Rinke, K., Hülsmann, S. and Mooij, W. M. 2007. Energetic costs, underlying resource allocation patterns, and adaptive value of predator-induced life-history shifts. – Oikos 117: 273–285.

o16125 2007

Kunte, K. 2007. Competition and species diversity: removal of dominant species increases diversity in Costa Rican butterfly communities. – Oikos 117: 69–76.

o16142 2007

Bolmgren, K. and Cowan, P. D. 2007. Time – size tradeoffs: a phylogenetic comparative study of flowering time, plant height and seed mass in a northtemperate flora. – Oikos 117: 424–429.

o16159 2007

Veiberg, V., Loe, L. E., Mysterud, A., Solberg, E. J., Langvatn, R. and Stenseth, N. C. 2007. The ecology and evolution of tooth wear in red deer and moose. – 116: 1805–1818.

o16188 2007

Honnay, O., Bossuyt, B., Jacquemyn, H., Shimono, A. and Uchiyama, K. 2007. Can a seed bank maintain the genetic variation in the above ground plant population? – Oikos 117: 1–5.