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The properties of organisms are not tunable parameters selected because they create maximum entropy production on the biosphere scale : A by-product framework in response to KleidonVOLK, Tyler.Climatic change. 2007, Vol 85, Num 3-4, pp 251-258, issn 0165-0009, 8 p.Article

Are island and mainland biotas different? Richness and level of generalism in parasitoids of a microlepidopteran in MacaronesiaSANTOS, Ana M. C; FONTAINE, Colin; QUICKE, Donald L. J et al.Oikos (København). 2011, Vol 120, Num 8, pp 1256-1262, issn 0030-1299, 7 p.Article

Simulated fossilization of soft-bodied invertebrate : Affinities of Ediacaran Biota = Fossilisation simulée de corps mous d'invertébrés:affinités avec le bios EdiacaranNORRIS, R.D.International geological congress. 28. 1989, pp 523-524Conference Paper

Monitoring of Perfluorinated Compounds in Aquatic Biota: An Updated Review: PFCs in Aquatic BiotaHOUDE, Magali; DE SILVA, Amila O; MUIR, Derek C. G et al.Environmental science & technology. 2011, Vol 45, Num 19, pp 7962-7973, issn 0013-936X, 12 p.Article

Biogeography of the Monte DesertROIG, F. A; ROIG-JUNENT, S; CORBALNA, V et al.Journal of arid environments. 2009, Vol 73, Num 2, pp 164-172, issn 0140-1963, 9 p.Article

Thermodynamics and environmental constraints make the biosphere predictable : a response to Volk. CommentaryKLEIDON, Axel; CALDEIRA, Ken.Climatic change. 2007, Vol 85, Num 3-4, pp 259-269, issn 0165-0009, 11 p.Article

Primary taphonomic porcesses in black shales = Les processus taphonomiques primaires dans les shales noirsSAGEMAN, B.B; KAUFFMAN, E.G.International geological congress. 28. 1989, 6Conference Paper

Temporal trends of Hg in Arctic biota, an updateRIGET, Frank; BRAUNE, Birgit; GAMBERG, Mary et al.Science of the total environment. 2011, Vol 409, Num 18, pp 3520-3526, issn 0048-9697, 7 p.Article

Late Palaeozoic terrestrial habitats and biotas: the effect of changing climatesHILTON, Jason; CLEAL, Christopher J.Journal of the Geological Society (London). 2011, Vol 168, pp 545-546, issn 0016-7649, 2 p., 2Article

IDENTIFYING SENSITIVE INDICES IN THE RESPONSE OF AQUATIC BIOTA TO LANDSCAPE PATTERN CHANGES: A CASE STUDY OF THE TAIZI RIVER BASIN IN NORTH CHINAZHAO, Y. W; XU, M. J; YU, L et al.River research and applications (Print). 2014, Vol 30, Num 8, pp 1013-1023, issn 1535-1459, 11 p.Article

Allometric methodology for the assessment of radon exposures to terrestrial wildlifeVIVES I BATLLE, J; COPPLESTONE, D; JONES, S. R et al.Science of the total environment. 2012, Vol 427-428, pp 50-59, issn 0048-9697, 10 p.Article

Impact of elevated UVB radiation on marine biota: a meta-analysisLLABRES, Moira; AGUSTI, Susana; FERNANDEZ, Miriam et al.Global ecology and biogeography (Print). 2013, Vol 22, Num 1-2, pp 131-144, issn 1466-822X, 14 p.Article

Review of research on impacts to biota of discharges of naturally occurring radionuclides in produced water to the marine environmentHOSSEINI, Ali; BROWN, Justin E; GWYNN, Justin P et al.Science of the total environment. 2012, Vol 438, pp 325-333, issn 0048-9697, 9 p.Article

Distribution of heavy metals in dissolved, particulate and biota in the Scheldt estuary, BelgiumSHILLA, D; QADAH, D; KALIBBALA, M et al.Chemistry in ecology (Print). 2008, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 61-74, issn 0275-7540, 14 p.Article

Critères de reconnaissance des bios mésothermaux au cours des temps géologiquesYIN HONG-FU.Gǔshēngwùxué bào. 1989, Vol 28, Num 2, pp 162-170, issn 0001-6616Article

Ehkologicheskie problemy bioty i ustojchivost geosistemZLOTIN, R. I.Izvestija Akademii nauk SSSR. Serija geografičeskaja. 1987, Num 6, pp 74-77Article

Aperçu sur la faune et la flore du Japon au PaléozoïqueKOBAYASHI, T.Kaseki. 1988, Num 45, pp 39-55, issn 0022-9202Article

Quelques aspects de l'étude des macrofossiles de l'Antécambrien supérieur de ChineCHEN MENGE.Dìzhì kexué. 1989, Num 3, pp 235-255, issn 0563-5020Article

Effects of the new wildlife transfer factors on RESRAD-BIOTA's screening Biota Concentration Guides and previous model comparison studies : A New IAEA Handbook Quantifying the Transfer of Radionuclides to Wildlife for Assessment ToolsYU, C; CHENG, J.-J; KAMBOJ, S et al.Journal of environmental radioactivity. 2013, Vol 126, pp 338-351, issn 0265-931X, 14 p.Article

Nonindigenous biota on artificial structures : could habitat creation facilitate biological invasions?GLASBY, Tim M; CONNELL, Sean D; HOLLOWAY, Michael G et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2007, Vol 151, Num 3, pp 887-895, issn 0025-3162, 9 p.Article

Biota and palaeoatmospheres = Bios et paléoatmosphèreCHALONER, W. G; COCKS, L. R. M.Journal of the Geological Society (London). 1989, Vol 146, pp 145-146, issn 0016-7649, 1Conference Paper

Cytochemical studies on the reproductive structures of Indian gymnosperms. I: Microsporogenesis in Biota orientalisALOK MOITRA; BHATNAGAR, S. P; KONAR, R. N et al.Phytomorphology. 1982, Vol 32, Num 2-3, pp 181-190, issn 0031-9449Article

Tracking Evolution of Urban Biogeochemical Cycles: Past, Present, and FutureKAUSHAL, Sujay S; MCDOWELL, William H; WOLHEIM, Wilfred M et al.Biogeochemistry (Dordrecht). 2014, Vol 121, Num 1, issn 0168-2563, 288 p.Serial Issue

Isothermal Microcalorimetry Provides New Insight into Terrestrial Carbon CyclingHERRMANN, Anke M; COUCHENEY, Elsa; NUNAN, Naoise et al.Environmental science & technology. 2014, Vol 48, Num 8, pp 4344-4352, issn 0013-936X, 9 p.Article

Diversity dynamics: molecular phylogenies need the fossil recordQUENTAL, Tiago B; MARSHALL, Charles R.Trends in ecology & evolution (Amsterdam). 2010, Vol 25, Num 8, pp 434-441, issn 0169-5347, 8 p.Article

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