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All the contents and abstract webpages are dynamically generated from a large central mySQL database of citation information. We have run several careful proof-reading sweeps through the database, but with so many articles, there will certainly be a few errors left to catch. Also, most of the NZ Journal of Ecology PDF files were built by complete reconstruction from computer-read, then human-proof-read, scans. This makes for small files, which are quick to download and print out crisply. It also allowed us to ensure a high accuracy of the searchable full-text, including place names and scientific names. However, it is likely that the occasional typo still exists in some files, especially with mathematical and other special characters.
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