Today we look at part 2 of our most cited papers in Methods in Ecology and Evolution in 2011.
Plant monitoring and modelling
- Comparison of seedling emergence and seed extraction techniques for estimating the composition of soil seed banks
Jodi N. Price, Boyd R. Wright, Caroline L. Gross, Wal R. D. B. Whalley
Stable isotope ecology
- Sensitivity of stable isotope mixing models to variation in isotopic ratios: evaluating consequences of lipid extraction
Arnaud Tarroux, Dorothée Ehrich, Nicolas Lecomte, Timothy D. Jardine, Joël Bêty, Dominique Berteaux
- A new method for detecting and interpreting biodiversity and ecological community thresholds
Matthew E. Baker, Ryan S. King
- Comparing measures of species diversity from incomplete inventories: an update
Jan Beck, Wolfgang Schwanghart
- A novel approach to detecting a regime shift in a lake ecosystem
Gideon Gal and William Anderson
Our most cited papers on statistical methods in ecology and evolution, modelling species and the environment, and physiological ecology were covered in part 1 – and finally tomorrow we’ll look at our top papers in population monitoring, climate change, evolutionary ecology and phylogenomics.