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Alvarez Ruiz, M.; Acevedo Rodriguez, P.; Vazquez, M. 1997. Quantitative description of the structure and diversity of the vegetation in the limestone forest of Rio Abajo, Arecibo-Utuado, Puerto Rico. Acta Científica 11(1-3): 21-66.

Arendt, W.J. 1999. Advantages of long-term avian studies: examples from Puerto Rico. El Pitirre 12(2): 62-63.

Arendt, W.J. 2000. Impact of nest predators, competitors, and ectoparasites on Pearly-eyed Thrashers, with comments on the potential implications for Puerto Rican Parrot recovery. Ornitología Neotropical 11: 13-63.

Arendt, W. J.; Gibbons, D.W.; Gray, G. 2000. Status of the volcanically-threatened Montserrat Oriole, Icterus oberi. Bird Conservation International 9: 351-372.

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Beissinger, S.R.; Reed, J.M.; Wunderle, Jr., J.M.; Robinson, S.K.; Finch, D.M. 2000. Report of the AOU conservation committee on the partners in flight species prioritization plan. The Auk 117(2): 549-561.

Beldini, T.P. 2000. An analysis of internode variation in Sierra palm (Prestoea montana) of the Luquillo Mountains of Puerto Rico. Syracuse: State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry: 104 p. M.S. Thesis.

Benstead, J.P.; March, J.G.; Pringle, C.M. 2000. Estuarine larval development and upstream post-larval migration of freshwater shrimps in two tropical rivers of Puerto Rico. Biotropica 32(3): 545-548.

Buzby, K.M. 1998. The effect of disturbance on the ecological efficiency of a small tropical stream. Syracuse: State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry: 166 p. Ph. D. Thesis.

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Chestnut, T.J.; McDowell, W.H. 2000. C and N dynamics in the riparian and hyporheic zones of a tropical stream, Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 19(2): 199-214.

Chestnut, T.J.; Zarin, D.J.; McDowell, W.H.; Keller, M. 1999. A nitrogen budget for late-successional hillslope tabonuco forest, Puerto Rico. Biogeochemistry 46(1-3): 85-108.

001 Chinea, J.D. 1999. Changes in the herbaceous and vine communities at the Bisley Experimental Watersheds, Puerto Rico, following Hurricane Hugo. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research 29(9): 1433-1437.

Clark, J.J.; Wilcock, P.R. 2000. Effects of land-use change on channel morphology in northeastern Puerto Rico. GSA Bulletin 112(12): 1763-1777.

Conway Oren, D.; Pinto Henriques, L.M. 2000. Distribucao de aves em areas de retirada seletiva de madeira na floresta nacional do Tapajos. Relatorio final. Belem, Para, Brazil: Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi, Departamento de Zoologia: 78 p.

Covich, A.P; Crowl, T.A.; Scatena, F.N. 2000. Linking habitat stability to floods and droughts: effects on shrimp in montane streams, Puerto Rico. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27: 1-5.

Covich, A.; Henry, J.K.; Crowl, T.A.; Johnson, S.L.; Rincon, J.; Scatena, F.N. 2000. Feast or famine? Effects of pulsed riparian litter inputs on tropical stream food webs. 48th Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society; 2000 May 28-June 1; Keystone, Colorado. Lawrence, KS: The Society: [abstract].

Crill, P.M.; Keller, M.; Weitz, A.; Grauel, B.; Veldkamp, E. 2000. Intensive field measurements of nitrous oxide emissions from a tropical agricultural soil. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 14(1): 85-95.

Crowl, T.A.; Covich, A.P.; Scatena, F.N. 2000. Physical discontinuity hypothesis: the role of geomorphic barriers on foodweb structure and function in tropical watersheds, Puerto Rico. 48th Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society; 2000 May 28-June 1; Keystone, Colorado. Lawrence, KS: The Society: [abstract].

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Daly, C., E.H. Helmer and M. Quiñones. 2003. Mapping the climate of Puerto Rico, Vieques and Culebra. Inernational Journal of Climatology 23:1353-13

Davidson, E.A.; Keller, M.; Erickson, H.E.; Verchot, L.V.; Veldkamp, E. 2000. Testing a conceptual model of soil emissions of nitrous and nitric oxides. BioScience 50(8): 667-680.

DeJaco, C.E. 2000. Characterization and analysis of algal communities throughout a watershed in Puerto Rico. Louisville, KY: University of Louisville: M.S. Thesis.

Despiau Batista, A. 1997. Distribución de las especies arbóreas de acuerdo al gradiente en topografía en el bosque de Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, luego de 60 años de abandono agrícola. Acta Científica 11(1-3): 3-20.

Domínguez Cristóbal, C.M. 1997. El inventario de los montes públicos de Puerto Rico (1870). Acta Científica 11(1-3): 93-95.

Domínguez Cristóbal, C.M. 1998. El traspaso del manglar: de la Comandancia de la Marina a la Inspección de Montes. Acta Científica 12(1-3): 67-72.

Domínguez Cristóbal, C.M. 2000. Panorama histórico forestal de Puerto Rico. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico: 680 p.

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Engel, V.L.; Parrotta, J.A. 2000. Restauraçao de ecossistemas florestais. Agroecologia (Brazil) 1(4): 22-23.

Epting, J. 2001. Hydrological processes in a humid tropical rainforest. Throughfall: quantity and required instrumentation. Freiburg, Germany: Institute of Hydrology: 26 p.

Erickson, H.E.; Keller, M.; Davidson, E.A. 2001. Nitrogen oxide fluxes and nitrogen cycling during postagricultural succession and forest fertilization in the humid tropics.  Ecosystems 4: 67-84.

Eusse, A.M.; Aide, T.M. 1999. Patterns of litter production across a salinity gradient in a Pterocarpus officinalis tropical wetland. Plant Ecology 145(2): 307-315.

Ewel, J.J.; O'Dowd, D.J.; Bergelson, J.; Daehler, C.C.; D'Antonio, C.M.; Gomez, L.D. and others. 1999. Deliberate introductions of species: research needs. BioScience 49(8): 619-630.

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Fernández, D.S.; Myster, R.W. 1995. Temporal variation and frequency distribution of photosynthetic photon flux densities on landslides in Puerto Rico. Tropical Ecology 36(1): 73-87.

Fetcher, N.; Cordero, R.A.; Votzow, J. 2000. Lack of ecotypic differentiation: plant response to elevation, population origin, and wind in the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico. Biotropica 32(2): 225-234.

Francis, J. K. 2000. Comparison of hurricane damage to several species of urban trees in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Journal of Arboriculture 26(4): 189-197.

Francis, J.K. 2000. Estimating biomass and carbon content of saplings in Puerto Rican secondary forests. Caribbean Journal of Science 36(3-4): 346-350.

Francis, J.K. 2000. Hibiscus elatus Sw., 1788, Hoher Linden-Eibisch, Familie: Malvaceae, III-4. In Enzyklopadie der Holzgewachse, Vol. 19. Landsberg, Germany: Ecomed Verlagsgesellschaft. 6 p.

Francis, J.K.; Lowe, C.A. 2000. Bioecologia de arboles nativos y exoticos de Puerto Rico y las Indias Occidentales. [Silvics of native and exotic trees of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands, Salvador Trabanino, translator]. General Technical Report IITF-15. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 582 p.

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Genet III, J.A. 1999. The diversity and abundance of termites (Isoptera) in a fragmented subtropical dry forest landscape. Lansing, Michigan: Department of Zoology, Michigan State University. M.S. Thesis.

Genet, K.S. 1999. The resiliency of lizard communities to habitat fragmentation in dry forests of southwestern Puerto Rico. Lansing, Michigan: Department of Zoology, Michigan State University. M.S. Thesis.

002 González-Caban, A.; Loomis, J. 2000. Measuring the economic benefit of maintaining the ecological integrity of the Rio Mameyes in Puerto Rico. Research Paper PSW-RP-240. Berkeley, CA: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station: 61 p.

003 González-Caban, A.; Loomis J. 2000. Medida de los beneficios económicos de la integridad ecológica del Río Mameyes en Puerto Rico. Research Paper PSW-RP-240. Berkeley, CA: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station: 62 p.

Gonzalez, G.; Ley, R.E.; Schmidt, S.K.; Zou, X.; Seastedt, T.R. 2001. Soil ecological interactions: comparisons between tropical and subalpine forests. Oecologia 128: 549-556.

Gonzalez, G.; Seastedt, T.R. 2001. Soil fauna and plant litter decomposition in tropical and subalpine forests. Ecology 82(4): 955-964.

González, G.; Zou, X. 1999. Plant and litter influences on earthworm abundance and community structure in a tropical wet forest. Biotropica 31(3):486-493.

001 Guariguata, M.R.; Ostertag, R. 2001. Neotropical secondary forest succession: changes in structural and functional characteristics. Forest Ecology and Management 148(1-3): 185-206.

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004 Helmer, E.H. 2000. The landscape ecology of tropical secondary forest in montane Costa Rica. Ecosystems 3: 98-114.

Helmer, E.H.; Brown, S. 2000. Gradient analysis of biomass in Costa Rica and a first estimate of trace gas emissions from biomass burning. In: Hall, C. A. S., ed., Quantifying Sustainable Development. New York: Academic Press: 503-526.

005 Helmer, E.H., Brown, S.; Cohen, W.B. 2000. Mapping montane tropical forest successional stage and land use with multi-date Landsat imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing 21(11): 2163-2183.

Hendrix, P.F.; Lachnicht, S.L.; Callaham, Jr., M.A.; Zou, X. 1999. Stable isotopic studies of earthworm feeding ecology in tropical ecosystems of Puerto Rico. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 13: 1295-1299.

Henry, J.K.; Covich, A.P.; Bowden, T.S.; Crowl, T.A. 2000. Mayfly predation by juvenile freshwater crabs: implications for crab habitat selection. 48th Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society; 2000 May 28-June 1; Keystone, Colorado. Lawrence, KS: The Society: [abstract].

Heyne, C.M. 1999. Soil and vegetation recovery on abandoned paved roads in a humid tropical rain forest, Puerto Rico. Las Vegas, NV: University of Nevada, Las Vegas: 151 p. M.S. Thesis.

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Johnson, S.L.; Covich A.P. 2000. The importance of night-time observations for determining habitat preferences of stream biota. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 16: 91-99.

Jones, T. H.; Flournoy, R.C.; Torres, J.A.; Snelling, R.R.; Spande, R.R.; Garraffo, H.M. 1999. 3-Methyl-4-phenylpyrrole from the ants Anochetus kempfi and Anochetes mayri. Journal of Natural Products 62(9): 1343-1345.

Jones, T.H.; Wojciechowski, T. J.; Snelling; R.R.; Torres, J.A.; Chacon, P.; DeVreis, P.J. 1999. Dialkylpyrrolidines from the Ants Megalomyrmex cyendyra Brandao and M. latreillei Emery. Caribbean Journal of Science 35(3-4): 310-311.

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Keenan, R. J.; Lamb, D.J.; Parrotta, J.A.; Kikkawa, J. 1999. Ecosystem management in tropical timber plantations: satisfying economic, conservation, and social objectives. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 9(1-2): 117-134.

Keller, M.; Lerdau, M. 1999. Isoprene emission from tropical forest canopy leaves. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 13(1): 19-29.

Keller, M.; Rocha, H.; Trumbore, S.; Kruijt, B. 2001. Investigating the carbon cycle of the Amazon forests. Global Change Newsletter 45(March): 15-18

Keller, M.; Weitz, A.M.; Bryan, B.; Rivera, M.M.; Silver, W.L. 2000. Soil-atmosphere nitrogen oxide fluxes: effects of root disturbance. Journal of Geophysical Research 105(D14): 17,693-17,698.

Kent, R.; Odum, H.T.; Scatena, F.N. 2000. Eutrophic overgrowth in the self-organization of tropical wetlands illustrated with a study of swine wastes in rainforest plots.  Ecological Engineering 16(2): 255-269.

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Lee, D.S.; Walsh-McGehee, M. 2000. Estimates, conservation concerns, and management of Tropicbirds in the Western Atlantic. Caribbean Journal of Science 36(3-4): 267-279.

Lewis, Jr., W.M.; Melack, J.M.; McDowell, W.H.; McClain, M.; Richey, J.E. 1999. Nitrogen yields from undisturbed watersheds in the Americas. Biogeochemistry 46: 149-162.

Linde, te, A.H.; Bruijnzeel, L.A.; Groen, J.; Scatena, F.N.; Meijer, H.A.J. 2001. Stable isotopes in rainfall and fog in the Luquillo Mountains, eastern Puerto Rico: a preliminary study. In: R.S. Schemenauer and H. Puxbaum, eds. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Fog and Fog Collection; 2001 July 15-20; St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada. Ottawa: IDRC: 181-184.

Little, Jr., E.L.; Feheley, J.B. 2001. New world trees (excluding Canada and the United States): a selected bibliography for identification. General Technical Report IITF-GTR-19. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 59 p.

Liu, S.; Reiners, W.A.; Keller, M.; Schimel, D.S. 1999. Model simulation of changes in N2O and NO emissions with conversion of tropical rain forests to pastures in the Costa Rican Atlantic Zone. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 13(2): 663-677.

Liu, S.; Reiners, W.A.; Keller, M.; Schimel, D.S. 2000. Simulation of nitrous oxide and nitric oxide emissions from tropical primary forests in the Costa Rican Atlantic Zone. Environmental Modelling & Software 15: 727-743.

Lopez, T.M.; Aide, T.M.; Thomlinson, J.R. 2001. Urban expansion and the loss of prime agricultural lands in Puerto Rico. Ambio 30(1): 49-54.

Lugo, A.E., ed. 1997. Acta Científica 11(1-3). San Juan, Puerto Rico: Asociación de Maestros de Ciencia de Puerto Rico: 102 p.

Lugo, A.E., ed. 1998. Acta Científica 12(1-3). San Juan, Puerto Rico: Asociación de Maestros de Ciencia de Puerto Rico: 72 p.

Lugo, A.E., ed. 1999. Acta Científica 13(1-3).  San Juan, PR: Asociación de Maestros Ciencia de Puerto Rico:109 p.

Lugo, A.E. 1999. El manglar: un ecosistema al servicio del ser humano. In: Colección CEA, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Vol. 24. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Editorial Universitaria de Buenos Aires (EUDEBA), Centro de Estudios Avanzados, Universidad de Buenos Aires: 361-382.

Lugo, A.E. 1998. Mangrove forests: a tough system to invade but an easy one to rehabilitate. Marine Pollution Bulletin 37: 8-12.

Lugo, A.E. 1999. Mangrove ecosystem research with emphasis on nutrient cycling. In: Yáñez-Arancibia, A. and Lara-Domínguez, A.L.,comps., eds. Ecosistemas de Manglar en América Tropical [Mangrove Ecosystems in Tropical America]. Veracruz, México: Instituto de Ecología, A.C., also UICN/ORMA Costa Rica and NOAA/NMFS Silver Spring, MD: 17-38.

Lugo, A.E. 1999. Mangroves. In: Nellis, D.W., comp., ed. Puerto Rico & Virgin Islands Wildlife Viewing Guide. Helena, Montana: Falcon Press: p. 21.

Lugo, A.E. 1999. Metodología para estimar el almacenaje y flujo de nutrients de hojarasca y suelo de bosques secundarios. Acta Científica 13(1-3): 11-26

Lugo, A.E. 1999. Will concern for biodiversity spell doom to tropical forest management? The Science of the Total Environment 240:123-131.

Lugo, A.E., ed 2000. Annual Letter 1996-97. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 185 p.

006 Lugo, A.E., ed. 2000. Annual Letter 1997-98. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 84 p.

007 Lugo, A.E., ed. 2000. Annual Letter 1998-99. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 143 p.

Lugo, A.E. 2000. Book review: Climate change and tropical forests -- uncertainty and fear. Journal of Environmental Quality 29(1): 257.

001 Lugo, A.E. 2000. Effects and outcomes of Caribbean hurricanes in a climate change scenario. The Science of the Total Environment. 262: 243-251.

Lugo, A.E.; Brown, S. 1997. Tropical forests: supporting Latin America and the world into the 21st century. Acta Cientifica 11(1-3): 97-102.

Lugo, A.E., Baron, J.S.; Frost, T.P.;Cundy, T.W.; Dittberner, P. 1999. Ecosystem processes and functioning. In Johnson, N.C.; Molk, A.J.; Sexton, W.T.; Zaro, R.C., eds. Ecological stewardship: a common reference for ecosystem management, Vol. 2. New York: Elsevier Science: 219-254.

Lugo, A.E.; Brown. S. 1999. Biodiversity in the Caribbean: concepts, assessment, management, and monitoring at the landscape level. In: Yocum, C.; Lugo, A.E., comps., eds. Proceedings of the Ninth Meeting of Caribbean Foresters, Biodiversity in the Caribbean: Management and Benefits; 1998 June 1-5; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. San Juan, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 92-98.

Lugo, A.E.; Brown, S.L.; Dodson, R.; Smith, T.S.; Shugart, H.H. 1999. The Holdridge life zones of the conterminous United States in relation to ecosystem mapping. Journal of Biogeography 26: 1025-1038.

Lugo, A.E.; Domínguez Cristóbal, C.; Méndez Irizarry, N. 1999. Biomasa y nutrients en raíces y brinzales de un bosque secundario en la zona cafetalera de Utuado. Acta Científica 13(1-3): 75-87.

001 Lugo, A.E.; Domínguez Cristóbal, C.; Santos, A.; Torres Morales, E. 1999. Nutrient return and accumulation in litter of a secondary forest in the coffee region of Puerto Rico. Acta Científica 13(1-3): 43-74.

001 Lugo, A.E.; Lopez, T.M.; Ramos, O.M. 2000. Zonificación de terrenos en la periferia de El Yunque. General Technical Report IITF-16. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 12 p.

Lugo, A.E.; Sell, M.; Snedaker, S.C. 1999. Mangrove ecosystem analysis. In: Yáñez-Arancibia, A.; Lara-Domínguez, A.L.,comps., eds., Ecosistemas de Manglar en América Tropical [Mangrove Ecosystems in Tropical America]. Veracruz, México: Instituto de Ecología, A.C., also UICN/ORMA Costa Rica and NOAA/NMFS Silver Spring, MD: 343-364.

Lugo, A.E.; Figueroa Colon, J.; Scatena, F.N. 2000. Chapter 16: The Caribbean. In: Barbour, M.G.;Billings, W.D., eds. North American Terrestrial Vegetation, 2nd edition. New York: Cambridge University Press: 594-622.

Lugo, A.E.; Gucinski, H. 2000. Function, effects, and management of forest roads. Forest Ecology and Management 133: 249-262.

Lugo, A.E.; Miranda Castro, L.; Vale, A.; Lopez, T.M.; Hernandez Prieto, E.; Garcia Martino, A.; Puente Rolon, A.R.; Tossas, A.G.; McFarlane, D.A.; Miller, T.; Rodriguez, A.; Lundberg, J.; Thomlinson, J.; Colon, J.; Schellekens, J.H.; Ramos, O.; Helmer, E. 2000. Puerto Rican karst – a vital resource. General Technical Report WO-65. Washington, DC: USDA Forest Service: 99 p.

Lugo, A.E.; Rogers, C.S.; Nixon, S.W. 2000. Hurricanes, coral reefs and rainforests: resistance, ruin and recovery in the Caribbean. Ambio 29(2): 106-114.

001 Lugo, A.E.; Salgado Herrera, M.; Ramírez, J.; Pérez Castro, I.E. 1999. Estructura y composición del sotobosque de plantaciones en el arboreto del Bosque Experimental de Luquillo. Acta Científica 13(1-3): 89-105.

Lugo, A.E.; Silver, W.L.; Brown, S.; Scatena, F.N.; Ewel, J.J. 2001. Managed ecosystems deserve greater attention. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 82(1): 91-93.

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March, J.G. 2000. The role of freshwater shrimps: patterns and processes along a tropical island stream continuum, Puerto Rico. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia: 207 p. Ph.D. Thesis.

March, J.G.; Benstead, J.P.; Pringle, C.M.; Ruebel, M.W. 2001. Linking shrimp assemblages with rates of detrital processing along an elevational gradient in a tropical stream. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58:470-478.

Marley, D.P. 1998. Spatial modeling of climate and photosynthesis in the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico. Syracuse, New York: State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry: M.S. Thesis.

Matson, P.A.; McDowell, W.H.; Townsend, A.R.; Vitousek, P.M. 1999. The globalization of N deposition: ecosystem consequences in tropical environments. Biogeochemistry 46(1-3): 67-83.

McGroddy, M.; Silver, W.L. 2000. Variations in belowground carbon storage and soil CO2 flux rates along a wet tropical climate gradient. Biotropica 32(4a): 614-624.

Medina, E. 1998. Plasticity of crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) and biomass allocation of the pantropical Kalanchoe pinnata (Lam.) Pers. Acta Científica 12(1-3): 59-66.

Morgan, N.R. 1998. Aspectos financieros y económicos del enverdecimiento urbano. In: Krishnamurthy, L.; Nascimento, J.R., comps. , eds. Áreas verdes urbanas en Latinoamérica y el Caribe. Chapingo, México: Centro de Agroforestería para el Desarrollo Sostenible, Universidad Autónoma de Chapingo: 139-178.

001 Mosier, A.R.; Delgado, J.A.; Keller, M. 1998. Methane and nitrous oxide fluxes in an acid oxisol in western Puerto Rico: effects of tillage, liming and fertilization. Soil Biol. Biochem. 30(14): 2087-2098.

Murphy, P.G. 1997. Footprints on the forest trail: a tribute to the career and accomplishments of Dr. Frank H. Wadsworth. Acta Científica 11(1-3): 85-87.

Myster, R.W. 2001. What is ecosystem structure? Caribbean Journal of Science 37(1-2): 132-134.

Myster, R.W.; Everham, III, E.M. 1999. Germination cues across the disturbance regime in the Puerto Rican rainforest. Tropical Ecology 40(1): 89-98.

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001 Odum, H.T.; Doherty, S.J.; Scatena, F.N; Kharecha, P.A. 2000. Emergy evaluation of reforestation alternatives in Puerto Rico.  Forest Science 46(4): 521-530.

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Parresol, B.R.; Alemañy, S. 1998. Analysis of tree damage from Hurricane Hugo in the Caribbean National Forest, Puerto Rico. In: Waldrop, T.A., comp., ed. Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference: Asheville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station: 599-603.

008 Parrotta, J.A. 1999. Productivity, nutrient cycling, and succession in single-and mixed-species plantations of Casuarina equisetifolia, Eucalyptus robusta, and Leucaena leucocephala in Puerto Rico. Forest Ecology and Management 124(1): 45-77.

Perez, T.; Trumbore, S.E.; Tyler, S.C.; Davidson, E.A.; Keller, M.; Camargo, P.B. 2000. Isotopic variability of N2O emissions from tropical forest soils. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 14(2): 525-535.

Popper, N.; Domínguez Cristóbal, C.; Santos, A. and others. 1999. A comparison of two secondary forests in the coffee zone of central Puerto Rico. Acta Científica 13(1-3): 27-41.

Pringle, C.M. 2000. Managing riverine connectivity in complex landscapes to protect “remnant natural areas”. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27: 1-16.

001 Pringle, C.M. 2000. Threats to U.S. public lands from cumulative hydrologic alterations outside of their boundaries. Ecological Applications 10(4): 971-989.

Pringle, C.M.; Hemphill, N.; McDowell, W.H.; Bednarek, A.; March, J.G. 1999. Linking species and ecosystems: different biotic assemblages cause interstream differences in organic matter. Ecology 80(6): 1860-1872.

Pringle, C.M.; Scatena, F.N.; Paaby-Hansen, P.; Nunez-Ferrera, M. 2000. River conservation in Latin America and the Caribbean. In: Boon, P.J.; Davies, B.R.: Petts, G.E., eds. Global Perspectives on River Conservation: Science, Policy and Practice. Chichester, New York: John Wiley and Sons: 41-77.

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Ramos-Gonzalez, O.M. 2001. Assessing vegetation and land cover changes in northeastern Puerto Rico 1978-1995. Caribbean Journal of Science 37(1-2): 95-106.

Reagan, D.P.; Waide, R.B., comps., eds. 1996. The food web of a tropical rain forest. Chicago: University of Chicago Press: 616 p. [The works herein were done with substantial funding from an NSF grant for an LTER project where the IITF is one of the two recipients]

001 Reiners, W.A.; Keller, M.; Gerow, K.G. 1998. Estimating rainy season nitrous oxide and methane fluxes across forest and pasture landscapes in Costa Rica. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 105: 117-130.

Richardson, B.A.; Hull, G.A. 2000. Insect colonization sequences in bracts of Heliconia caribaea in Puerto Rico. Ecological Entomology 25: 460-466.

Richardson, B.A.; Richardson, M.J.; Scatena, F.N.; McDowell, W.H. 2000. Effects of nutrient availability and other elevational changes on bromeliad populations and their invertebrate communities in a humid tropical forest in Puerto Rico. Journal of Tropical Ecology 16(2): 167-188.

Richardson, B.A.; Rogers, C.; Richardson, M.J. 2000. Nutrients, diversity, and community structure of two phytotelm systems in a lower montane forest, Puerto Rico. Ecological Entomology 25: 348-356.

Ruíz Bernard, I.; Lugo, A.E. 1999. Stand dynamics of a south coast mangrove forest in Puerto Rico. Acta Científica 13(1-3): 107-119.

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Saldanha, N. 2000.Caracterizacao da comunidade de quiropteros (Mammalia) em areas naturais e manejadas da floresta nacional do Tapajos, PA-Brasil. Belem, Para, Brazil: Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi, Departamento de Zoologia: 98 p. M.S. Thesis.

Sánchez, A.; Rodríguez, A.; Valenzuela, O.; Weaver, P.L. 1999. Growth and acclimatization of nine forest species in the Dominican Republic. In: Yocum, C.; Lugo, A.E., comps., eds. Proceedings of the Ninth Meeting of Caribbean Foresters. Biodiversity in the Caribbean: Management and Benefits; 1998 June 1-5; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. San Juan, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 96-106.

Santiago, M.; Ramírez, J.L.; Francis, J. 2000. Proyecto: Inventario de flora en el sector Cueva del Indio, Barrio Quebrada Arena, Las Piedras, P.R. San Juan, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: unnumbered whole.

001 Santos, A.; Torres Morales, E. 1999. Enfoque de investigación en el curso de biología: estudio ecológico de un bosque secundario en Barranquitas. Acta Científica 13(1-3): 5-9.

Santos-Román, D.M. 1999. Multivariate analysis of water quality and physical characteristics of selected watersheds in Puerto Rico. Storrs, Connecticut: University of Connecticut: M.S. Thesis.

Scalley, T.H. 2000. Multi-scale assessment of riparian systems: land cover, riparian vegetation and stream characteristics in three tropical montane watersheds. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Puerto Rico.  53 p. M.S. Thesis.

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Scatena, F.N.; Johnson, S.L. 2001. Instream-flow analysis for the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico: methods and analysis. General Technical Report IITF-GTR-11. Rio Piedras, PR: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 30 p.

Scatena, F.N.; Rivera-Costa, M.M.; Johnson, S.; Ortiz-Zayas, J.R.; Santos, C.; Terrasa, J.J. 2000. Bibliography of tropical stream ecology and instream flow related to the Caribbean region. San Juan, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry and Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) and UNESCO - ihp/phi, FRIEND - AMIGO, CARIBBEAN – CARIBE: 31 p.

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Thompson Baranello, J.J. 2000. Resource and population modeling of the Puerto Rican parrot (Amazona vittata). Rio Piedras, PR: University of Puerto Rico, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Rio Piedras Campus: 208 p. M.S. Thesis.

009 Torres, J.A.; Medina Gaud, S. 1998. Los insectos de Puerto Rico. Acta Cientifica 12(1-3): 3-41.

010 Torres, J.A.; Santiago, M.; Salgado, M. 1999. The effects of the fungus-growing ant, Trachymyrmex jamaicensis, on soil fertility and seed germination in a subtropical dry forest. Tropical Ecology 40(2): 237-245.

Torres, J.A.; Snelling, R.R.; Canals, M. 2000. New records of parasitoids of Aculeate Hymenoptera in Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 84(1-2): 99-100.

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011 Torres, J.A.; Thomas, R.; Leal, M.; Gush, T. 2000. Ant and termite predation by the tropical blindsnake Typhlops platycephalus. Insectes Socieaux 47: 1-6.

001 Torres, J.A.; Zottig, V.E.; Co, J.E.; Jones, T.H.; Snelling, R.R. 2001. Caste specific alkaloid chemistry of Solenopsis maboya and S. torresi (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Sociobiology 37(3B): 579-583.

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Veldkamp, E.; Davidson, E.; Erickson, H.; Keller, M.; Weitz, A. 1999. Soil nitrogen cycling and nitrogen oxide emissions along a pasture chronosequence in the humid tropics of Costa Rica. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 31: 387-394.

Veldkamp, E.; Weitz, A.M.; Keller, M. 2001. Management effects on methane fluxes in humid tropical pasture soils. Soil Biology & Biogeochemistry 33: 1493-1499.

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Wadsworth, F.H. 2001. Not just reduced but productive logging impacts. International Forestry Review 3(1): 51-53.

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Walker, L.R. 2000. Seedling and sapling dynamics of treefall pits in Puerto Rico. Biotropica 32(2): 262-275.

Walker, R.; Moran, E.; Anselin, L. 2000. Deforestation and cattle ranching in the Brazilian Amazon: external capital and household processes. World Development 28(4): 683-699.

Walsh-McGehee, M.; Lee, D.S.; Claridge, D. 1999. Distribution and population status of White-tailed Tropicbirds nesting in the Bahamas. Bahama Journal of Science 6(2): 44-48.

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012 Weaver, P.L. 2000. Elfin woodland recovery 30 years after a plane wreck in Puerto Rico's Luquillo Mountains. Caribbean Journal of Science 36(1-2): 1-9.

013 Weaver, P.L. 2000. Environmental gradients affect forest structure in Puerto Rico's Luquillo Mountains. Interciencia 25(5): 254-259.

014 Weaver, P.L.; Bauer, G.P. 2000. Major Meliaceae in Nicaragua. General Technical Report IITF-10. San Juan, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 38 p.

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015 Wunderle, Jr., J.M. 1999. Pre- and post-hurricane fruit availability: implications for Puerto Rican Parrots in the Luquillo Mountains. Caribbean Journal of Science 35(3-4): 1-14.

Wunderle, Jr., J.M.; Latta, S.C. 1999. Birds in sun and shade coffee plantations in the Cordillera Central, Dominican Republic: implications for conservation. El Pitirre 12(2): 56.

Wunderle, Jr., J.M.; Latta, S.C. 2000. Winter site fidelity of Nearctic migrant birds in shade coffee plantations of different sizes in the Dominican Republic. Auk 117: 596-614.

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016 Yocum, C.; Lugo, A.E., eds. 1999. Biodiversity in the Caribbean: Management and Benefits. Proceedings of the Ninth Meeting of Caribbean Foresters; 1998 June 1-5; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. San Juan, Puerto Rico: USDA Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry: 130 p.

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