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Ariel Lugo

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HighlightTitleYear


IITF-2011-02
A socioecological network for a tropical city

Traditional urban research involves tree inventories, census activities, water quality sampling, or socioeconomic studies, all conducted by sepa ...

2011


IITF-2015-49
Conserving Mangroves in the Context of the Anthropocene

Mangroves of the Anthropocene will be on the move as a result of sea level rise and atmospheric warming as well as human activity and therefore ...

2015


IITF-2014-084
Nitrogen and Phosphorus Content in Forest Floor Litter is Elevated in a Tropical Landscape Recovering from Deforestation

Fallen leaf chemistry provides a window into the various and often complex factors affecting the availability of nutrients to trees. Both nitrog ...

2014


IITF-2020-9
Novelty in Tropical Forests

Identifying interventions that help reduce ecosystem service tradeoffs in novel forests can contribute towards resilient social-ecological techn ...

2020


IITF-2014-005
Understanding Vulnerability and Sustainability of Urban Social-ecological Systems in the Tropics

Scientists of the San Juan Urban Long-Term Research Area (ULTRA) publish an interdisciplinary synthesis of social-ecological system research in ...

2014