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2022 

194. Congo Peat
Mampouya Wenina Yeto Emmanuel, Université Marien Ngouabi, UMNG, Republic of Congo; University of Leeds, UK

193. Biomass alteration of tree species exposed to deforestation and edge effect in the Amazon
Débora Giancola, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Brazil

192. Evaluating Plant Functional Trait Control on Amazonian Forest Productivity
Max Fancourt, University of Leeds, UK

191. Recovery of biodiversity and carbon stocks in Afrotropical secondary forests
Viktor Van de Velde, Ghent University, Belgium

190. Diversidad Filogenética en Comunidades de Bosques de Colombia a través de gradientes ambientales.
Santiago Nicolás Mejía Castellanos, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Colombia

189. The carbon sink of high intergrity tropical forests (HIFOR)
Emilio Vilanova, Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), USA

188. Inferring legacy of human activities on tropical forest plant diversity with remote sensing and spatial genetics
Nathalia Pérez Cárdenas, University of Zurich, Department of Geography, Switzerland

187. Biogeography of the Amazonian Tree Flora
Hans ter Steege, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, The Netherlands

186. The importance of botanical identification for plot biomass estimates
Peter Moonlight, Unviersity of Leeds / Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, UK

185. Conservation Assessment of Neotropical Palms
Thaise Emilio, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil

184 (109). Plant functional trait changes across space and time in South American forests
Jesus Aguirre Gutierrez, University of Oxford, UK

183. Functional and phylogenetic diversity of dominant species in Western Amazonia
Laura Matas-Granados, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

182. Potential carbon uptake by tropical forests: Integrating GEDI-derived forest structure with ED2, a process-based ecosystem model
Michael Keller, USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry, Puerto Rico

181. Dinâmica da vegetação seca: implicações para a ecologia e manejo do cerrado
Oberdan Rafael Pugoni Lopes Santiago, Universidade Federal de Lavras, Brazil

180. Monitoring Aboveground Biomass Recovery in Forest Restoration Areas Using GEDI and Optical Data Fusion
Mengyu Liang, University of Maryland, USA

179. Flora of Colombian Peatlands
R. Scott Winton, Stanford University, USA

178. Unexplored transitions between forests and savannas in Africa
Mathew Rees, University of Edinburgh, UK

177. Amazon Regional Observatory (ARO)
Vicente Guadalupe, Organización del Tratado de Cooperación Amazónica (OTCA), Brazil

176. Diversidade do gênero Dipteryx (cumaru): taxonomia integrativa, história biogeográfica e efetividade de áreas de proteção para conservação de espécies de impacto sócio-econômico
Catarina Carvalho, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Brazil

175. WP4. Synthesis of Neotropical Tree Biodiversity Based on Plot Inventories (SynTreeSys)
Renato A. Ferreira de LimaUniversidade de São Paulo (USP), Brazil; Fondation pour la recherche sur la biodiversité and Centre national de la recherche scientifique, France

174. WP3. Synthesis of Neotropical Tree Biodiversity Based on Plot Inventories (SynTreeSys)
Renato A. Ferreira de LimaUniversidade de São Paulo (USP), Brazil; Fondation pour la recherche sur la biodiversité and Centre national de la recherche scientifique, France

173. WP2. Synthesis of Neotropical Tree Biodiversity Based on Plot Inventories (SynTreeSys)
Renato A. Ferreira de LimaUniversidade de São Paulo (USP), Brazil; Fondation pour la recherche sur la biodiversité and Centre national de la recherche scientifique, France

172. WP1. Synthesis of Neotropical Tree Biodiversity Based on Plot Inventories (SynTreeSys)
Renato A. Ferreira de LimaUniversidade de São Paulo (USP), Brazil; Fondation pour la recherche sur la biodiversité and Centre national de la recherche scientifique, France

171. Leguminosas arbóreas da Reserva Biológica do Tinguá, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Lara Serpa Jaegge Deccache, Escola Nacional de Botânica Tropical–ENBT / Instituto de Pesquisas Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

170. Nomination to list the tree species Auranticarpa edentata as a threatened species in Queensland
Jeanette Kemp, independent, Australia

169. Placing life-history trait variation of forest trees in an evolutionary and environmental context
Lalasia Bialic-Murphy,  ETH Zurich (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich), Switzerland

168. Vertical Stratification of Insects in the ACP Pangua (Huánuco, Peru)
Michael Gebhardt,  Technical University of Munich, Germany

167. Using remote sensing to understand dry tropical biome transitions
Lucy Wells,  University of Edinburgh, UK

166. International Tropical Forest Science Alliance (ITFSA)
Georgia Pickavance,  University of Leeds, UK / Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, USA

165. Pyrogenic carbon in soils in southern Amazonia: interaction between soils and climate
Edmar Oliveira, UNEMAT-Nova Xavantina, Brazil

2021 

164. Improving accuracy of forest biomass estimates from satellite-based imagery in South-east Asia
Rachakonda Sreekar, National University of Singapore, Singapore

163. SECO - Resolving the current and future carbon dynamics of the dry tropics - Trends in biomass change across dry tropical vegetation and among vegetation types
John L. Godlee, University of Edinburgh, UK

162. VALE's Forest Carbon Emissions and Removals Inventory
Markus Gastauer, Instituto Tecnológico Vale, Brazil

161. Neotropical patterns of tree growth-mortality trade-offs
Kauane Maiara Bordin, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

160. Measuring and modelling liana-tree dynamics and interactions with climate and human disturbance to determine consequences for secondary forest recovery (Within the Forest Restoration and Climate Experiment, FoRCE, www.force-experiment.com)
Andy Marshall, Catherine Waite. Lead Institutions: University of the Sunshine Coast (Australia), University of York (UK), Newcastle University (UK); Collaborators: University of Leeds (UK), Ghent University (Belgium), University of Nottingham (UK), Purdue University (USA), Missouri Botanical Garden (USA), Oxford University (UK)

159. WFID Reference Sample Project - Peru
Marysol Jaime-Arteaga, US Forest Service / World Forest ID

158. Identificación de muestras botánicas
Malhi Rohe Tarazona FloresSERFOR (Servicio Nacional Forestal y de Fauna Silvestre), Peru

157. Determinación, acondicionamiento y digitalización de muestras botánicas provenientes del inventario en bosques de producción sector bajo
Fred Cristian Ramírez Guerra, SERFOR (Servicio Nacional Forestal y de Fauna Silvestre), Peru

156. Uncovering and classifying the ecological integrity of regenerating forests in the Amazon
Milena Fermina Rosenfield, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA), Brazil

155. Role of local evolutionary history on tropical forest diversity and functioning
Imma Oliveras, University of Oxford, UK

154. Tree growth and mortality in the face of climate change: A pantropical journey at the crossroad of trait-based and demographic approaches
David Bauman, University of Oxford, UK

153. Dominance patterns in Western Amazonian tree communities
Laura Matas-Granados, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain

152. Tropical tree responses to climate change: a retroactive approach
Riley Fortier, University of Miami, USA

151. Above and belowground carbon changes due to artisanal small scale gold mining in Madre de Dios, Peru
Rachel Engstrand, Wake Forest University, USA

150. Community structure of terrestrial gastropods in Chandless State Park (Amazon Southwestern)
Marcos Lima, Universidade Federal da Paraíba, UFPB, Brazil

149. Fire effects on diversity and functional composition of tropical forests
Masha van der Sande, Wageningen University and Research, the Netherlands

148. Ecología y Taxonomía de insectos inductores de agallas en los bosques Amazónicos del Perú
Julio Miguel Grández Rios, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

147. Análise de serviços ecossistêmico da Caatinga de Pernambuco utilizando LiDAR
Adriana Nishiwaki, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil

146. Synthesising site-based observational data for model evaluation
David Galbraith; Oliver Phillips; Tim Baker; Mat Williams, University of Leeds, UK

145. Estimating biomass of economically important palms in Peru using UAV and satellite remote sensing
Joey A.P. Zalman, Utrecht University / Wageningen University, the Netherlands

144. Neotropical in-situ biodiversity monitoring networks: a data paper
Cecilia Cronemberger, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - UERJ, Brazil

143. Effects of chronostratigraphic PyC gradients on the composition of Neotropic and Pantropic trees
Facundo Alvarez, UNEMAT - Nova Xavantina, Brazil

142. Mapping the biomass and carbon stock, volume and diversity in tropical forests
Robson Borges de Lima, Universidade do Estado do Amapá, Brazil

141. Contrato de administración CIMA-SERNANP PNCAZ
Lily O. Rodriguez, CIMA Cordillera azul, Peru

140. Quão importantes são os pequenos elementos da paisagem para o estoque de carbono no bioma da Mata Atlântica?
Kelly Marianne Guimarães Pereira, Universidade Federal de Lavras, Brazil

139. How are Neotropical Forests placed in the global spectrum of plant form and function?
Sandra Díaz, CONCET and Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina

138. The value of ecosystem goods and services in 104 hectares of lowland rainforest owned by Peruvian Safaris
Chris Kirkby, Fauna Forever, Peru

137. Investigating species abundance distributions in tropical forests
Declan Cooper, UCL, UK

136. BioResilience
Julieth Serrano, University of Exeter, UK

135. ACP Panguana
Armin Niessner, ACP Panguana, Huánuco, Peru

2020 

134. Shifts in dispersal mode and seed traits across tropical forests in Ghana and Gabon
Yadvinder Malhi, Oxford University, UK

133. Effects of chronostratigraphic PyC gradients on the composition of Neotropic trees
Facundo Alvarez, UNEMAT, Brazil

132. Resilience and resistance of forest ecosystems to typhoons
Kuo-Jung Chao, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, Taiwan

131. Dinámica y ecología de los bosques de Venezuela
Emilio Vilanova, University of California - Berkeley, USA

130. Forest Fragmentation and climate influence on the Atlantic forest above ground carbon dynamics
Igor Broggio, Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro (UENF), Brazil; Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE), Brazil

129. A 3D perspective of the effects of topography, wind and logging on forest height and dynamics
Toby Jackson, University of Cambridge, UK

128. Long-term recovery of tropical forest carbon and diversity after fire: a cross continental comparison
Kate Vogiatzis, University of Plymouth, UK

127. Restoration of degraded tropical forests in Vietnam
Paolo Sartorelli, University of Leeds, UK

126. Using tree functional traits and long-term forest inventories to understand Andean forests responses to climate change
Selene Baez, Escuela Politécnica Nacional del Ecuador, Ecuador

125. The Variation of Terrestrial Biomass Levels Across Different Locations and its' Impact on Climate Change
Natasha Davison, University of Leeds, UK

124. Carbon Storage in Amazonian Peatlands: Distribution and Dynamics
Adam Hastie, University of Edinburgh, UK

123. Community structure of terrestrial gastropods in Chandless State Park (Amazon Southwestern)
Marcos Silva de Lima, Universidade Federal da Paraíba, UFPB, Brazil

122. Curso de medicion forestal
Gaby Rivera, UCSUR, Perú

121. Propiedades de las comunidades de bosques secos neotropicales
Gabriela Velázquez Aguilar, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, México

120. Relação entre estrutura vertical e diversidade de espécies na Amazônia central
Marcelle São Pedro Abdiel de Souza, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA), Brazil

119. Characterizing a giant tree site in the Brazilian Amazon
Robson Borges de Lima, Universidade do Estado do Amapá, Brazil

118. Árboles del Santuario Histórico de Machupicchu: Monitoreo de diversidad y carbono a largo plazo
Abel Monteagudo Mendoza, Universidad Nacional de San Antonio Abad del Cusco, Perú

117. Functional traits integration as a predictor of tree species richnes along a water stress gradient.
Guillaume Delhaye, University of Oxford, UK

116. The impact of people foraging for food upon tree species diversity and abundance in West Africa
Sijeh Asuk, University of Birmingham, UK

115. Desarrollo del Nivel de Referencia de Emisiones Forestales (NREF)
Nicole Mitidieri Rivera, Ministerio del Ambiente, Perú

PUBLICATION: Ministerio del Ambiente. 2021. Nivel de referencia de emisiones forestales por deforestación bruta del Perú en el bioma amazónico

113. ALPHA: Assessing legacies of past human activity in Amazonian forests
Crystal McMichael, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

112. Assessing the suitability of the world’s forest vegetation plot data for understanding global change (Within the Forest Restoration and Climate Experiment, FoRCE, www.force-experiment.com)
Andy Marshall (PI), Emma Mackintosh (lead author), Catherine Waite (correspondence), Marion Pfeifer, Geertje van der Heijden, University of the Sunshine Coast (Australia), University of York (UK), Newcastle University (UK), University of Nottingham (UK); Collaborators: University of Leeds (UK), Purdue University (USA), Missouri Botanical Garden (USA), Oxford University (UK)

111. Atlantic and Pacific impacts on tree-ring reconstructed precipitation extremes and multi-decadal regimes in the Amazon
Ana Barbosa, Universidade Federal de Lavras, Brazil

109. Plant functional trait changes across space and time in South American forests
Jesus Aguirre Gutierrez, University of Oxford, UK

108. Estimacion de biomasa aérea y stock de Carbono mediante Teledeteccion SAR
Darwin David Perez Gonzalez, Universidad del Valle, Colombia

107. Determining the impact of tree diversity on the drought response of tropical forests
Johanna Van Passel, KU Leuven, Belgium

106. The impact of changing tree mortality rates on projections of the land carbon sink
Stephen Denison, University of Leeds, UK

105. Diagnóstico situacional del manejo forestal de las especies de Cedrela (cedro) en el Perú yuna propuesta metodológica para su evaluación poblacional para asegurar la sostenibilidadde las exportaciones de estas especies en el contexto actual del COVID 19
Ignacio Lombardi Indacochea, Universidad nacional Agraria La Molina, Peru

104. Constraining the carbon balance of tropical forest landscapes
Rebecca Banbury Morgan, University of Leeds, UK

103. VulnerAmazon: a new look at Amazon forest vulnerability and resilience
Marina Hirota, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

102. Species Responses to Climate Change in the Amazon To Andes region (RESCATA)
Belen Fadrique, University of Leeds, UK

101. Patterns of tree diversity in Indonesian forests
Francis Brearley, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

100. Resprouting capability and basal area loss following catastrophic fires in semi-evergreen vine thicket at 40 Mile Scrub
Andrew Ford, CSIRO, Australia

99. Understanding the evolutionary composition of tropical tree assemblages at a global scale
Kyle Dexter, University of Edinburgh, UK

98. Mapping reproductive traits across South American biomes
Fernanda Cristina Souza, Universidade Federal de Lavras, UFLA, Brazil

97. Past and recent fire effects on Amazon forests: assessing dynamics from lidar and soil analysis
Laura Vedovato, University of Exeter, UK

96. Biodiversity - Carbon Stock relation in Tropical Forests: what is the role of environmental restriction and biogeographic factors?
Cléber Rodrigo de Souza, Universidade Federal de Lavras, UFLA, Brazil

95. Shifts in dispersal mode and seed traits across tropical forests in Ghana and Gabon
Iris Berger, Yadvinder Malhi, Oxford University, UK

94. Fire effects on structure and carbon storage in Amazonian forests: assessing variation using forest plot and SAR L-band data
Luciana Pereira, University of Exeter, UK

93. Predicting Environmental and Human Controls on Soil Pyrogenic Carbon in Amazonia
Lidiany Carvalho, University of Exeter, UK

92. Understanding Leaf Economics
Dinesh Thakur, CSIR-Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology Palampur, India

91. Redes de interaccion de aves nectarivoras en bosques montanos
Oscar Gonzalez, Grupo Aves del Peru, Peru

90. Fitogeografía del Caribe colombiano
Hermes Cuadros, Universidad del Atlántico, Colombia

89. Long-term variation in Amazon forest composition based on soil phytoliths and carbon isotopes
Kita Macario, Ted R. Feldpausch, University of Exeter, UK

88.  Diferencias en el carbono capturado del estrato arbóreo de tres tipos de bosque en el sector San Alberto, Parque Nacional Yanachaga-Chemillén
Raúl Pacsi Muñoz, Jardín Botánico de Missouri - Oxapampa, Perú

87.  Investigación sobre Incremento Medio Anual de especies forestales
Fabiola Adela Carreño Villar, Servicio Nacional Forestal y de Fauna Silvestre (SERFOR) - Ministerio de Agricultura y Riego - Perú

86.  Influên da hidrología do solo na composiçã de espécies de árbores na escala da Amazônia.
Manuel Jesus Marca Zevallos, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia, Brazil

PUBLICATION: Marca-Zevallos M J; Moulatlet G M; Sousa T R; Schietti J et al. Local hydrological conditions influence tree diversity and composition across the Amazon basin. Ecography Sept 2022.

85.  Comparación de distribución espacial, mortalidad y productividad entre los bosques secos y los bosques húmedos montanos y premontanos de Perú
Sonia Palacios Ramos, Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina, Peru

84.  Synergize
Joice Ferreira, Erika Berenguer, Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária(EMBRAPA), Brazil; University of Oxford and Lancaster University, UK

2019 

83.  Evaluating climate change impacts on growth and mortality of economically important wood species in the Amazonia, using long term data and modelling techniques.
Ximena Herrera Alvarez; Gonzalo Rivas-Torres, Nafarroako Unibertsitate Publikoa, Spain; Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

82.  BZL8: Plot-based Analysis of the Amazon Carbon Cycle
Yunxia Wang; David Robert Galbraith, University of Leeds, UK

81.  Comparative Ecology of African Tropical Forests
Declan Cooper, University College London, UK

80.  Assessing the ecosystem functioning and resilience of enrichment planting in Sabah
Darline Lim, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia

79.  Modelling drought induced mortality of tropical trees (TREMOR project)
Michelle Johnson, University of Leeds,UK

78.  Towards a better understanding of Amazon forest thermal sensitivity
Emma Mae Docherty, University of Leeds,UK

77.  Expanding the frontiers of our understanding of forest responses to climate change across the Andean-to-Amazon environmental gradient: A continental-scale approach
William Farfan-Rios, Washington University in St. Louis, USA; Missouri Botanical Garden, USA

76.  Cascading consequences of hunting and fishing for ecosystem services in Amazonian forests
Joseph Hawes, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway

75A.  Mapping LATAM Forest Wood Density
Martin Sullivan, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

75.  ARBOLES: a Trait-based Understanding of LATAM Forest Biodiversity and Resilience
Euridice Honorio, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana, Peru

74.  Carbon Storage in Amazonian Peatlands: Distribution and Dynamics
Adam Hastie, University of Edinburgh, UK

73.  Estimating pan-tropical tree alpha-diversity from airborne imaging spectroscopy
Freddie Draper, University of Leeds, UK; Arizona State University, USA

72.  Spatial and temporal patterns of lianas across tropical forests
Geertje van der Heijden, University of Nottingham, UK

71.  Mapeamento da desertificação no Semiárido brasileiro baseado em indicadores biofisicos
Aldrin Martin Perez Marin, Instituto Nacional do Semiarido, Brazil

70.  Análisis de parámetros ecológicos de principales especies forestales comerciales, estudio comparativo entre información de los sistemas de gestión forestal y publicaciones científicas
Jano De Rutte Corzo, Kené - Instituto de Estudios Forestales y Ambientales, Peru

69. Population Structure and Reproductive Dynamics of Mauritia flexuosa in the region of Loreto, Peru 
Marta Reguilón del Monte, Wageningen University and Research, Netherlands

68.  Tree and liana traits over the soil gradient of the Sepilok Forest Reserve
Boris Bongalov, University of Cambridge, UK

67.  Exploring trait, growth relationships across the Amazon
Lucy Rowland, University of Exeter, UK

66.  Phylogenetic and environmental influence over spectral traits of Inga (FABACEAE) and Protium (BURSERACEAE) species throughout their natural distribution in Western Amazonia
Natalia Quinteros
, City University of New York, USA

65.  Impact of mid-late Holocene climate change and pre-Columbian landuse upon Bolivian ecotonal tropical forests 
James Hill
, University of Reading, UK

64.  Spatial and temporal evaluation of the effects of fire on the  Amazon and Cerrado Biomes
Facundo Alvarez, UNEMAT, Brazil

63.  Equations to estimate commercial height of 5 priority timber forest species in forest supervision
Boris Villa, Organismo de Supervisión de los Recursos Forestales, Peru

62.  Re-examening tropical forest biomass and its changes in the past decade
Tao Wang, The institute of Tibetan Plateau research, Chinese Academy of Sciences

61.  Dinamica del crecimiento y el nicho de especies vegetales
Pavel Joser Atauchi Rojas, University of Kansas, USA

59.  Recuperação da biomassa em florestas secundárias de diferentes idades na Amazônia Brasileira
Gabriel Máximo da Silva, Universidade Federal Rural da Amazônia, Brazil

58.  Relação entre a biomassa acima do solo e a presença de carbono pirogênico no solo em florestas da Amazônia Central
Larissa dos Santos Barbosa, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Brazil

57.  Drier tropical forests may become more functionally, taxonomically and phylogenetically homogenous than wetter forests after a long-term drought
Jesús Aguirre Gutiérrez, University of Oxford, UK

PUBLICATION: Aguirre-Gutiérrez, J., Malhi, Y., Lewis, S.L. et al. Long-term droughts may drive drier tropical forests towards increased functional, taxonomic and phylogenetic homogeneity. Nat Commun 11, 3346 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-16973-4

56.  Vulnerabilidad climática del bosque andino tropical y sus servicios ecosistémicos: efecto del incremento en la temperatura sobre el crecimiento de especies de árboles hiperdominantes
Zorayda Restrope Correa, Universidad de Antioquia Colombia y Corporación COL-TREE, Colombia

55.  Zonificación Forestal
Luz Nadir Valdivia Marquez, Programa Forestal del SERFOR, Peru

54.  Estimation of forest biomass from airborne lidar in Brazil
Vivien Scholkopf, Laval University, Quebec, Canada

53.  Red de monitoreo del impacto del cambio climático en los bosques de la región Andino-Amazónica: representatividad, diversidad, composición florística y almacenamiento de carbono en parcelas permanentes
María Elena Rojas Peña, Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonia Peruana, Peru

52.  Spatial Dynamic of Forest Fire in Autazes, Amazonas
Mateus dos Reis, National Institute of Amazon Researches, Brazil

51.  Three-dimensional Segmentation of Trees Through a Flexible Multi-Class Graph Cut Algorithm
David Coomes, Cambridge University, UK

50.  Ecosistemas de Venezuela​ 
Yrma Carrero, Instituto Forestal Latinoamericano, Venezuela

49.  Changes in the andes-amazon forest caused by climate change
Nadir Pallqui, University of Leeds, UK

48.  Comparative Ecology of African Tropical Forests
Declan Cooper, University College London, UK

47.  Forest structure and biomass in Lope National Park and correlates with UAVSAR observations
Naiara Pinto, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA; Univ. Omar Bongo, Libreville, Gabon

46.  Unraveling the role of prior disturbance histories in heterogeneous tropical forest responses to climate change
Elsa M. Ordway, Harvard University, USA

2018 

45. Pyro-fertilization of Amazonian soil
Lidiany Carvalho, University of Exeter, UK

43. Naming trees in forest plots
Zoe Goodwin, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, UK

42. Comparación de la diversidad y composición florística entre bosques secundarios del estrato premontano en Perú y otros países
Manuel Francisco Diaz Nieto, Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina (UNALM), Peru

41. Investigating Carbon Sequestration Potential of Second-Growth Forests in Xingu National Park
Connor Mitchell, Minerva Schools at KGI, USA

39. Analysis of forest regeneration and biodiversity
Wanda Graf, Forest Inventory and Remote Sensing, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany; Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, Brazil

38. Estudio de la Dinamica Poblacional de Euterpe precatoria
Eva Maria Loja Aleman, Servicio Nacional de Areas Naturales Protegidas por el Estado - Peru

37. Generar información relevante de estructura y composición de las especies de la ecorregión Puna Humeda de Andes Centrales, para generar un Plan de Reforestación del Bosque de Protección de Pui Pui.
Keysa Tantte Huaman, Servicio Nacional de Areas Naturales Protegidas por el Estado - Peru

36. Impact of the 2015/2016 El Niño on South American tropical forests
Amy Bennett, University of Leeds, UK

35. Carbon consequences of degradation, deforestation and forest growth in the dry tropics (D2FOR)
Kyle Dexter, University of Edinburgh, UK

33. Automated Large-scale High Carbon Stock estimation from Space
Nico Lang, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland

32. New populations estimates for Amazonian trees
Hans ter Steege, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Netherlands

PUBLICATION: ter Steege, H., Prado, P.I., Lima, R.A.F.d. et al. Biased-corrected richness estimates for the Amazonian tree flora. Sci Rep 10, 10130 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-66686-3

31. Global biogeography of stem mortality rates as a function of drivers (TreeMort project)
Adriane Esquivel Muelbert, University of Birmingham, UK

30. Global biogeography of carbon turnover due to mortality (TreeMort project)
Adriane Esquivel Muelbert, University of Birmingham, UK

29. Investigating the Forest Carbon and Ecology of the Leuser Ecosystem
James Askew, Carnegie Institution for Science, USA

28. Validating remotely sensed estimates of forest height, cover, and structural condition with field data
Victor Hugo Andrade, Montana State University, USA

27. Using dendrochronology and modelling comercial tree growth in the Brazilian Amazon to estimate thresholds for forest management
Andrew Hansen, Universidade Estadual do Centro-Oeste do Paraná (UNICENTRO), Brazil

26. Re-evaluating hyperdominance across tree strata in Amazonia
Freddie Draper, Carnegie Institution for Science, USA / Florida International University, USA / University of Leeds, UK

PUBLICATION: Draper, F.C., Costa, F.R.C., Arellano, G. et al. Amazon tree dominance across forest strata. Nat Ecol Evol (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-021-01418-y

25. Modern statistical methods for functional, longitudinal and survival data with application in ecology and climate science
Haiyan Liu, University of Leeds, UK

24. Main Impacts Generated by the Use of Palm Trees Used for Carnival in Iquitos, Perú 2018
Claudia Lucia Arirama Campos, Universidad Nacional de la Amazonia Peruana (UNAP), Perú

23. Data analysis workshop in Perú, with special focus on Perú protected areas and impacts of recent droughts on forest ecology and value species
Martin Sullivan, University of Leeds, UK

22. ECOFOR Knowledge exchange
Edicson Parra Sanchez, Imperial College London, UK

19. Hydraulic properties of Amazonian trees: spatial variation and consequences for vulnerability to drought
Julia Tavares, University of Leeds, UK

17. Restoration of Colombian Caribbean lowlands
Santiago Madriñán, Jardín Botánico de Cartagena, Colombia

16. The Biogeography of Tree Height
Alexander Chambers-Ostler, University of Leeds, UK

15. Global drivers of tree architecture
Tommaso Jucker, CSIRO, Australia

14. How does climate variability and climatic anomalies determine tree growth and mortality in Colombia?
Esteban Alvarez-Dávila, Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia (UNAD),  “Con Vida” Foundation, Medellín, Colombia

12. Disentangling community structure of Amazonian Myristicaceae from Perú
Marisabel Ureta Adrianzén, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA), Brazil

11. The evolution of carbon cycle in tropical forests: integrating ecology and evolution
Fernanda Coelho de Souza, University of Leeds, UK

PUBLICATION: Coelho de Souza, F. et al. 2019.2019 Nature Ecology and Evolution 3 1754-1761. DOI: 10.1038/s41559-019-1007-y

9. Determining the Effect of Lianas on the Carbon Balance of Amazonian Forests
Geertje van der Heijden, University of Nottingham, UK

8. TREMOR - Mechanisms and consequences of increasing TREe MORtality in Amazonian rainforests
Adriane Esquivel Muelbert, University of Leeds, UK

PUBLICATION: Adriane Esquivel-Muelbert, Oliver L. Phillips, [...] David Galbraith et al. Tree mode of death and mortality risk factors across Amazon forests. Nat Commun 11, 5515 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-18996-3

7. Modern statistical methods for functional, longitudinal and survival data with application in ecology and climate science
Haiyan LiuUniversity of Leeds, UK

2017 

6. Influence of fire on the structure and dynamics of Savana in Alter do Chão, Eastern Amazon
Viviane CorreaUniversidade Federal do Oeste do Pará (UFOPA), Brazil

5. AFRIFORD project: Genetic and paleoecological signatures of African rainforest dynamics: Pre-adapted to change?
Wannes HubauAfricamuseum, Belgium

PUBLICATION: Hubau, W. et al . 2019. The persistence of carbon in the African forest understory. Nature Plants volume 5, pages133–140 (2019) . https://doi.org/10.1038/s41477-018-0316-5

1. The influence of edaphic heterogeneity on species composition and use of tree scaling to assess edge effect on pristine forests
Giacomo Sellan, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK


 

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