Hitlist - Titles w/author : Hodkinson
Hitlist - Titles w/author : Hodkinson

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  1. Aerial colonisation of high Arctic islands by invertebrates: the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostela (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) as a potential indicator species (2002)
Coulson S J, Hodkinson I D et al
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  2. Arctic invertebrates and temperature. (1993)
Webb N R, Hodkinson I D et al
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  3. Atractodes pusillus Forster, 1876 and Stenomacrus greonlandicus Jusilla 1996 (Hymenoptera : Ichneumondiae), new records to Svalbard, Norway (2002)
Coulson S J, Hodkinson I D et al
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  4. Can high Arctic soil microarthropods survive elevated summer temperatures? (1996)
Hodkinson I D, Coulson S J et al
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  5. Climatic severity and the response to temperature elevation of Arctic aphids. (1995)
Strathdee A T, Bale J S et al
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  6. Community assembly along proglacial chronosequences in the high Arctic: vegetation and soil development in north-west Svalbard (2003)
Hodkinson I D, Coulson S J et al
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  7. Effects of experimental temperature elevation on high-arctic soil micro-arthropod populations. (1996)
Coulson S J, Hodkinson I D et al
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  8. The effects of experimental temperature elevation on populations of cryptostigmatic mites in high Arctic soils. (1998)
Webb N R, Coulson S J et al
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  9. Effects of temperature elevation on a field population of Acyrthosiphon svalbardicum (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on Spitsbergen. (1993)
Strathdee A T, Bale J S et al
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  10. Extreme adaptive life-cycle in a high-arctic aphid, Acyrthosiphon svalbardicum. (1993)
Strathdee A T, Bale J S et al
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  11. Feeding studies on Onychiurus arcticus (Tullberg) (Collembola: Onychiuridae) on West Spitsbergen. (1994)
Hodkinson I D, Coulson S et al
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  12. Global change and high Arctic ecosystems: conclusions and predictions from experiments with terrestrial invertebrates on Spitsbergen. (1998)
Hodkinson I D, Webb N R et al
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  13. Herbivory in global climate change research: direct effects of rising temperature on insect herbivores. (2002)
Bale J S, Masters G J et al
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Reserve a copy 14. Homoptera : Psylloidea (1979)
Hodkinson, I D; White, I M
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  15. Hydrology, water availability and tundra ecosystem function in a changing climate: the need for a closer integration of ideas? (1999)
Hodkinson I D, Webb N R et al
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  16. Identification of three previously unknown morphs of Acyrthosiphon svalbardicum Heikinheimo (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on Spitsbergen. (1993)
Strathdee A T, Bale J S et al
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  17. Invertebrate community assembly along proglacial chronosequences in the high Arctic (2004)
Hodkinson I D, Coulson S J et al
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  18. Life history and ecophysiological responses to temperature in Arctic terrestrial invertebrates. (1995)
Webb N R, Hodkinson I D et al
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  19. Life strategies of Arctic terrestrial arthropods. (1997)
Bale J S, Hodkinson I D et al
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  20. Low summer temperatures: a potential mortality factor for high Arctic soil microarthropods? (1995)
Coulson S J, Hodkinson I D et al
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