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Browsing Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute by Author "Uriarte, María"

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  • Letcher, Susan G.; Lasky, Jesse R.; Chazdon, Robin L.; Norden, Natalia; Wright, S. Joseph; Meave, Jorge A.; Pérez-García, Eduardo A.; Muñoz, Rodrigo; Romero-Pérez, Eunice; Andrade, Ana; Andrade, José Luis; Balvanera, Patricia; Becknell, Justin M.; Bentos, Tony V.; Bhaskar, Radika; Bongers, Frans; Boukili, Vanessa; Brancalion, Pedro H. S.; César, Ricardo G.; Clark, Deborah A.; Clark, David B.; Craven, Dylan; DeFrancesco, Alexander; Dupuy, Juan M.; Finegan, Bryan; González-Jiménez, Eugenio; Hall, Jefferson S.; Harms, Kyle E.; Hernández-Stefanoni, José Luis; Hietz, Peter; Kennard, Deborah; Killeen, Timothy J.; Laurance, Susan G.; Lebrija-Trejos, Edwin; Lohbeck, Madelon; Martínez-Ramos, Miguel; Massoca, Paulo E. S.; Mesquita, Rita C. G.; Mora, Francisco; Muscarella, Robert; Paz, Horacio; Pineda-García, Fernando; Powers, Jennifer S.; Quesada-Monge, Ruperto; Rodrigues, Ricardo R.; Sandor, Manette E.; Sanaphre-Villanueva, Luc; Schüller, Elisabeth; Swenson, Nathan G.; Tauro, Alejandra; Uriarte, María; van Breugel, Michiel; Vargas-Ramírez, Orlando; Viani, Ricardo A. G.; Wendt, Amanda L.; Williamson, G. B. (2015)
    * Successional gradients are ubiquitous in nature, yet few studies have systematically examined the evolutionary origins of taxa that specialize at different successional stages. Here we quantify successional habitat ...
  • Crk, Tanja; Uriarte, María; Corsi, Fabio; Flynn, Dan (2009)
    Socioeconomic changes in many areas in the tropics have led to increasing urbanization, abandonment of agriculture, and forest re-growth. Although these patterns are well documented, few studies have examined the drivers ...
  • Umaña, María Natalia; Arellano, Gabriel; Forero-Montaña, Jimena; Nytch, Christopher J.; Swenson, Nathan G.; Thompson, Jill; Uriarte, María; Zimmerman, Jess K. (2020)
    Forest community composition is the outcome of multiple forces, including those that increase taxonomic and functional divergence and those that promote convergence in traits. The mechanisms underlying these forces may not ...
  • Swenson, Nathan G.; Stegen, James C.; Davies, Stuart James; Erickson, David L.; Forero-Montaña, Jimena; Hurlbert, Allen H.; Kress, W. John; Thompson, Jill; Uriarte, María; Wright, S. Joseph; Zimmerman, Jess K. (2012)

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