Explaining Large-Scale Ecological Patterns: Mysteries, Mechanisms and Musings
Organized by: W. G. Wilson.

WILSON, W.G.
Introduction.

MYERS, J. H.
Can we find generality without being trivial? A field ecologist's perspective.

PACALA, S. W., B. BOLKER, G. HURTT, P. MOORCROFT, and C. NEUHAUSER.
From Individuals to Global Vegetation Dynamics: Scaling Rules for Plant Competition.

HOLMES, E. E.
Stretching the metapopulation paradigm: Experiments and theory on the curious population dynamics of a container breeding mosquito.

POSSINGHAM, H. P., M. A. MCCARTHY and D. B. LINDENMAYER.
Testing a spatially-explicit stochastic population model and rules of thumb for reserve design.

MURDOCH, W. W.*, R. M. NISBET and C. J. BRIGGS.
Scarce stable prey: Musings on mechanisms.