1. The Aims and Structures of Ecological Research Programs
  2. William Bausman
  3. pp. 1-20
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  1. The House and the Household: Habitat, Demographic Independence, and Ecological Populations
  2. Gregory J. Cooper, Lawrence E. Hurd
  3. pp. 21-43
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  1. On the Meaning of "Coevolution" in Social-Ecological Studies: An Eco-Darwinian Perspective
  2. Eric Desjardins
  3. pp. 45-64
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  1. The Future of Predictive Ecology
  2. Alkistis Elliott-Graves
  3. pp. 65-82
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  1. The Many Roads to Generality in Ecology
  2. Jeremy W. Fox
  3. pp. 83-103
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  1. Ecological Theory and the Superfluous Niche
  2. James Justus
  3. pp. 105-123
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  1. General Unificatory Theories in Community Ecology
  2. Christopher Hunter Lean
  3. pp. 125-142
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  1. Why Ecology and Evolution Occupy Distinct Epistemic Niches
  2. Stefan Linquist
  3. pp. 143-165
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  1. Functions in Ecosystem Ecology: A Defense of the Systemic Capacity Account
  2. Jay Odenbaugh
  3. pp. 167-180
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  1. On the Definition of Cultivated Ecology
  2. Diane E. Pataki
  3. pp. 181-201
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  1. Quantifying the Scientific Cost of Ambiguous Terminology in Community Ecology
  2. Carolyn A. Trombley, Karl Cottenie
  3. pp. 203-218
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  1. The Behavioral Economics of Biodiversity Conservation Scientists
  2. Mark Vellend
  3. pp. 219-237
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