Publications – All

Mackowiak, Trevor J., and Nicolas Perdrial. 2023. “Monitoring of Suspended Sediment Mineralogy in Puerto-Rican Rivers: Effects of Flowrate and Lithology.” Minerals 13(2): 208. (February 20, 2023). Cite
Herreid, Allison M. et al. 2022. “Greenhouse Gas Dynamics in Tropical Montane Streams of Puerto Rico and the Role of Watershed Lithology.” Biogeochemistry. Cite
Sharpe, Joanne M. 2022. “Long-Term Studies of Annual Variation in Growth and Reproduction of the Understory Fern Steiropteris Deltoidea in a Hurricane-Prone Rainforest in Puerto Rico.” American Fern Journal 112(4): 251–68. (November 14, 2022). Cite
Quebbeman, Andrew W. et al. 2022. “A Severe Hurricane Increases Carbon Dioxide and Methane Fluxes and Triples Nitrous Oxide Emissions in a Tropical Forest.” Ecosystems. (November 30, 2022). Cite
Templer, P. H. et al. 2022. “Atmospheric Deposition and Precipitation Are Important Predictors of Inorganic Nitrogen Export to Streams from Forest and Grassland Watersheds: A Large-Scale Data Synthesis.” Biogeochemistry 160(2): 219–41. (December 21, 2022). Cite
Campbell, John L et al. 2022. “Forest and Freshwater Ecosystem Responses to Climate Change and Variability at US LTER Sites.” BioScience 72(9): 851–70. (September 6, 2022). Cite
Jones, Julia A, and Charles T Driscoll. 2022. “Long-Term Ecological Research on Ecosystem Responses to Climate Change.” BioScience 72(9): 814–26. (September 6, 2022). Cite
Willig, Michael R., and Steven J. Presley. 2022. “Long-Term Spatiotemporal Variation in Density of a Tropical Folivore: Responses to a Complex Disturbance Regime.” Oecologia 199(4): 979–94. (November 30, 2022). Cite
Leitold, Veronika et al. 2022. “Tracking the Rates and Mechanisms of Canopy Damage and Recovery Following Hurricane Maria Using Multitemporal Lidar Data.” Ecosystems 25(4): 892–910. (February 28, 2023). Cite
de Lima, Renato A. F. et al. 2022. “Making Forest Data Fair and Open.” Nature Ecology & Evolution 6(6): 656–58. (September 1, 2022). Cite
Srivastava, Diane S. et al. 2022. “Geographical Variation in the Trait-Based Assembly Patterns of Multitrophic Invertebrate Communities.” Functional Ecology n/a(n/a). (November 30, 2022). Cite
Qiu, Tong et al. 2022. “Limits to Reproduction and Seed Size-Number Trade-Offs That Shape Forest Dominance and Future Recovery.” Nature Communications 13(1): 2381. (May 31, 2022). Cite
Huang, Wei, Grizelle González, María Fernanda Barberena-Arias, and Xiaoming Zou. 2022. “Predominant Climate Control on Green Leaf Decomposition across Subtropical Rain and Dry Forests Following Hurricane Disturbances.” Soil Biology and Biochemistry 168: 108609. (November 17, 2022). Cite
Kambach, Stephan et al. 2022. “Consistency of Demographic Trade-Offs across 13 (Sub)Tropical Forests.” Journal of Ecology n/a(n/a). (May 31, 2022). Cite
Clark, K. E. et al. 2022. “Extreme Rainstorms Drive Exceptional Organic Carbon Export from Forested Humid-Tropical Rivers in Puerto Rico.” Nature Communications 13(1): 2058. (November 17, 2022). Cite
Patrick, Christopher J. et al. 2022. “A General Pattern of Trade-Offs between Ecosystem Resistance and Resilience to Tropical Cyclones.” Science Advances 8(9): eabl9155. (December 20, 2022). Cite
Lin, Yang, Avner Gross, and Whendee L. Silver. 2022. “Low Redox Decreases Potential Phosphorus Limitation on Soil Biogeochemical Cycling Along a Tropical Rainfall Gradient.” Ecosystems 25(2): 387–403. (November 17, 2022). Cite
Bernhardt, Emily S. et al. 2022. “Light and Flow Regimes Regulate the Metabolism of Rivers.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119(8): e2121976119. (December 20, 2022). Cite
Beusekom, Ashley E. Van, and Grizelle González. 2022. “Near-Surface Atmospheric Behavior over Complex Tropical Topography in Puerto Rico Dominated by Seasonal Patterns Despite Frequent Environmental Changes.” Earth Interactions 26(1): 151–67. (November 17, 2022). Cite
Manoj Pandey. 2022. “Canopy Arthropod Responses to Catastrophic Wind Disturbances in Gulf Coast and Caribbean Forests.” Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College. Cite
Patrick, Christopher J et al. 2022. “Extreme Event Ecology Needs Proactive Funding.” Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20(9): 496–97. (December 20, 2022). Cite
Hynek, S. A. et al. 2022. “Lithological Control of Stream Chemistry in the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico.” Frontiers in Earth Science 10. (December 20, 2022). Cite
Chapela Lara, María et al. 2022. “Secondary Minerals Drive Extreme Lithium Isotope Fractionation During Tropical Weathering.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 127(2): e2021JF006366. (December 20, 2022). Cite
Bomfim, Barbara et al. 2022. “Linking Soil Phosphorus with Forest Litterfall Resistance and Resilience to Cyclone Disturbance: A Pantropical Meta-Analysis.” Global Change Biology 28(15): 4633–54. (December 20, 2022). Cite
Rojas-Sandoval, Julissa, James D. Ackerman, Humfredo Marcano-Vega, and Michael R. Willig. 2022. “Alien Species Affect the Abundance and Richness of Native Species in Tropical Forests: The Role of Adaptive Strategies.” Ecosphere 13(12): e4291. (December 6, 2022). Cite
Vargas G., German et al. 2022. “Leaf Habit Affects the Distribution of Drought Sensitivity but Not Water Transport Efficiency in the Tropics.” Ecology Letters 25(12): 2637–50. (November 30, 2022). Cite
Presley, Steven J., and Michael R. Willig. 2022. “From Island Biogeography to Landscape and Metacommunity Ecology: A Macroecological Perspective of Bat Communities.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1514(1): 43–61. (November 30, 2022). Cite
Prates, Marcos O., Douglas R. M. Azevedo, Ying C. MacNab, and Michael R. Willig. 2022. “Non-Separable Spatio-Temporal Models via Transformed Multivariate Gaussian Markov Random Fields.” Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 71(5): 1116–36. (November 30, 2022). Cite
Piponiot, Camille et al. 2022. “Distribution of Biomass Dynamics in Relation to Tree Size in Forests across the World.” New Phytologist 234(5): 1664–77. (November 30, 2022). Cite
Needham, Jessica F. et al. 2022. “Demographic Composition, Not Demographic Diversity, Predicts Biomass and Turnover across Temperate and Tropical Forests.” Global Change Biology 28(9): 2895–2909. (November 30, 2022). Cite
Martinuzzi, Sebastián et al. 2022. “Patterns and Controls on Island-Wide Aboveground Biomass Accumulation in Second-Growth Forests of Puerto Rico.” Biotropica 54(5): 1146–59. Cite
Kambach, Stephan et al. 2022. “Consistency of Demographic Trade-Offs across 13 (Sub)Tropical Forests.” Journal of Ecology 110(7): 1485–96. (November 30, 2022). Cite
Pandey, Manoj, and Timothy D. Schowalter. 2022. “Canopy Arthropod Responses to Repeated Canopy Opening in a Wet Tropical Forest.” Ecosphere 13(8): e4177. (November 21, 2022). Cite
O’Connell, Christine S. et al. 2022. “Utilizing Novel Field and Data Exploration Methods to Explore Hot Moments in High-Frequency Soil Nitrous Oxide Emissions Data: Opportunities and Challenges.” Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 5. (November 17, 2022). Cite
Moreno, Ivia I. et al. 2022. “Canopy Opening Increases Leaf-Shredding Arthropods and Nutrient Mineralization but Not Mass Loss in Wet Tropical Forest.” Ecosphere 13(6): e4084. (November 17, 2022). Cite
Ostertag, Rebecca et al. 2022. “Litter Decomposition Rates across Tropical Montane and Lowland Forests Are Controlled Foremost by Climate.” Biotropica 54(2): 309–26. (November 17, 2022). Cite
Zanne, Amy E et al. 2022. “Termite Sensitivity to Temperature Affects Global Wood Decay Rates.” Science: 6. Cite
Wymore, Adam S. et al., eds. 2022. Biogeochemistry of the Critical Zone. Cham: Springer International Publishing. (November 17, 2022). Cite
Hogan, J. Aaron et al. 2022. “Solar Radiation and Soil Moisture Drive Tropical Forest Understory Responses to Experimental and Natural Hurricanes.” Ecosphere 13(7): e4150. (November 14, 2022). Cite
Hynek, S. A. et al. 2022. “Lithological Control of Stream Chemistry in the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico.” Frontiers in Earth Science 10. (August 22, 2022). Cite
Hall, Steven J., and Aaron Thompson. 2022. “What Do Relationships between Extractable Metals and Soil Organic Carbon Concentrations Mean?” Soil Science Society of America Journal 86(2): 195–208. (August 22, 2022). Cite
Journé, Valentin et al. 2022. “Globally, Tree Fecundity Exceeds Productivity Gradients.” Ecology Letters 25(6): 1471–82. (May 31, 2022). Cite
Smith-Martin, Chris M. et al. 2022. “Hurricanes Increase Tropical Forest Vulnerability to Drought.” New Phytologist n/a(n/a). (May 24, 2022). Cite
Hall, Jazlynn, Martha Scholl, Yuri Gorokhovich, and María Uriarte. 2022. “Forest Cover Lessens the Impact of Drought on Streamflow in Puerto Rico.” Hydrological Processes 36(5): e14551. (May 2, 2022). Cite
Lodge, D. Jean et al. 2022. “Disturbance Reduces Fungal White-Rot Litter Mat Cover in a Wet Subtropical Forest.” Ecosphere 13(2): e3936. (February 16, 2022). Cite
Willig, Michael R., and Steven J. Presley. 2022. “Long-Term Trends in Gastropod Abundance and Biodiversity: Disentangling Effects of Press versus Pulse Disturbances.” Global Ecology and Biogeography 31(2): 247–65. (February 14, 2022). Cite
Presley, Steven J., and Michael R. Willig. 2022. “Long-Term Responses of Gastropods to Simulated Hurricanes in a Tropical Montane Rainforest.” Ecosphere 13(2): e3928. (February 14, 2022). Cite
Seibold, Sebastian et al. 2021. “The Contribution of Insects to Global Forest Deadwood Decomposition.” Nature 597(7874): 77–81. (September 9, 2021). Cite et al. 2021. “Taking the Pulse of Earth’s Tropical Forests Using Networks of Highly Distributed Plots.” Biological Conservation 260: 108849. (September 9, 2021). Cite
Yee, Donald A. et al. 2021. “Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) on the Islands of Puerto Rico and Vieques, U.S.A.” Acta Tropica 220: 105959. (August 31, 2021). Cite