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Matos, Coral, Amelia Merced, and Tamara Heartsill-Scalley. 2024. “Habitat Preferences and Distribution of Some Common Bryophytes in a Tropical Forest at the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico.” The Bryologist 127(1): 56–65. Cite
Kelly, Max, Mary Freeman, Pablo E. Gutiérrez-Fonseca, Jesús E. Gómez, Rafael Pérez, Lulu Victoria-Lacy, Alonso Ramírez, and Catherine Pringle. 2024. “Decomposition Rates Appear Stable despite Elevated Shrimp Abundances Following Hurricanes in Montane Streams, Puerto Rico.” Hydrobiologia. Cite
Mayer, Allegra C., Karis J. McFarlane, and Whendee L. Silver. 2024. “The Effect of Repeated Hurricanes on the Age of Organic Carbon in Humid Tropical Forest Soil.” Global Change Biology 30(4): e17265. Cite
Matlaga, David, Roel Lammerant, J. Aaron Hogan, María Uriarte, Celimar Rodriguez-Valle, Jess K. Zimmerman, and Robert Muscarella. 2024. “Survival, Growth, and Functional Traits of Tropical Wet Forest Tree Seedlings across an Experimental Soil Moisture Gradient in Puerto Rico.” Ecology and Evolution 14(3): e11095. Cite
Sharpe, Joanne Mary. 2023. “Annual Variation in Growth and Reproduction of Three Fern Species of Danaea (Marattiaceae) in the Hurricane-Prone Luquillo Mountains in Puerto Rico.” Rodriguésia 74: e00292023. Cite
Nytch, Christopher J., Julissa Rojas-Sandoval, Angélica Erazo Oliveras, Ricardo J. Santiago García, and Elvia J. Meléndez-Ackerman. 2023. “Effects of Historical Land Use and Recovery Pathways on Composition, Structure, Ecological Function, and Ecosystem Services in a Caribbean Secondary Forest.” Forest Ecology and Management 546: 121311. Cite
García-Cancel, Juan G., and Robert D. Cox. 2023. “Future Presence of an Invasive Grass in the Caribbean: Modeling Potential Distribution of Cenchrus Ciliaris L. (Buffelgrass) in Puerto Rico.” Caribbean Journal of Science 53(2): 229–42. Cite
Schaus, Maynard H., Victor R. Townsend Jr, Amanda C. Albert, Donald A. Yee, and Daniel N. Proud. 2023. “Unraveling the Effects of Hurricane Maria on the Abundance and Composition of Harvestmen (Arachnida: Opiliones) Species Along an Elevational Gradient in Puerto Rico.” Caribbean Journal of Science 53(2): 68–78. Cite
Mercado-Díaz, Joel A., Eva Holupchinski, Nora Álvarez-Berríos, William A. Gould, Paul Miller, Thomas Mote, Craig Ramseyer, and Grizelle González. 2023. “Fostering Knowledge Exchange and Collaboration among Drought-Related Initiatives in the Caribbean.” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 104(6): E1146–53. Cite
Santiago-Vera, Josue, and Alonso Ramírez. 2023. “MEIOFAUNA IN TROPICAL MONTANE STREAMS: BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC FACTORS REGULATING COMMUNITIES.” Acta Biológica Colombiana 28(2): 229–38. Cite
Brocard, Gilles, Jane K. Willebring, and Fred N. Scatena. 2023. “Shaping of Topography by Topographically-Controlled Vegetation in Tropical Montane Rainforest.” PLOS ONE 18(3): e0281835. Cite
Van Beusekom, Ashley E., Grizelle González, and María M. Rivera. 2023. “Tropical Forest Microclimatic Changes: Hurricane, Drought, and 15–20 Year Climate Trend Effects on Elevational Gradient Temperature and Moisture.” Forests 14(2): 325. Cite
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. Cite
Murray, Desneiges S., Isabel Cole, Nicholas Nunez, Eric M. Parker, Anna Mikulis, Allison M. Herreid, Mitchell Donovan, Hannah M. Fazekas, and Adam S. Wymore. 2023. “The Environmental Responsibility Framework: A Toolbox for Recognizing and Promoting Ecologically Conscious Research.” Earth’s Future 11(4): e2022EF002964. Cite
Jankowski, Kathi Jo, Keira Johnson, Lienne Sethna, Paul Julian, Adam S. Wymore, Arial J. Shogren, Patrick K. Thomas, et al. 2023. “Long-Term Changes in Concentration and Yield of Riverine Dissolved Silicon From the Poles to the Tropics.” Global Biogeochemical Cycles 37(9): e2022GB007678. Cite
Smith-Martin, Chris M., Robert Muscarella, William M. Hammond, Steven Jansen, Timothy J. Brodribb, Brendan Choat, Daniel M. Johnson, German Vargas-G, and María Uriarte. 2023. “Hydraulic Variability of Tropical Forests Is Largely Independent of Water Availability.” Ecology Letters 26(11): 1829–39. Cite
Everly, Jaclyn, and Donald Yee. 2023. “Influence of a Simulated Hurricane on Aquatic Insect Recolonization in the Phytotelma of Heliconia Caribaea (Heliconiacaea).” Biotropica 55(4): 866–76. Cite
Chen, Dingfang, Mei Yu, Grizelle González, and Qiong Gao. 2023. “Altitudinal Pattern of Soil Organic Carbon and Nutrients in a Tropical Forest in Puerto Rico.” In Neotropical Gradients and Their Analysis, ed. Randall W. Myster. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 345–59. doi:10.1007/978-3-031-22848-3_12. Cite
Easley, Kathleen M., Jess K. Zimmerman, Steven McGee, and Randi McGee-Tekula. 2023. “Scientific Communities of Practice: K–12 Outreach Model around Organism Responses to Repeated Hurricane Disturbances.” Ecosphere 14(7): e4624. Cite
Bogdziewicz, Michal, Marie-Claire Aravena Acuña, Robert Andrus, Davide Ascoli, Yves Bergeron, Daniel Brveiller, Thomas Boivin, et al. 2023. “Linking Seed Size and Number to Trait Syndromes in Trees.” Global Ecology and Biogeography 32(5): 683–94. Cite
Smith-Martin, Chris M., Robert Muscarella, Roi Ankori-Karlinsky, Sylvain Delzon, Samuel L. Farrar, Melissa Salva-Sauri, Jill Thompson, Jess K. Zimmerman, and María Uriarte. 2023. “Hydraulic Traits Are Not Robust Predictors of Tree Species Stem Growth during a Severe Drought in a Wet Tropical Forest.” Functional Ecology 37(2): 447–60. Cite
Presley, Steven J., and Michael R. Willig. 2023. “Gradients and the Structure of Neotropical Metacommunities: Effects of Disturbance, Elevation, Landscape Structure, and Biogeography.” In Neotropical Gradients and Their Analysis, ed. Randall W. Myster. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 419–50. doi:10.1007/978-3-031-22848-3_15. Cite
Presley, Steven J., and Michael R. Willig. 2023. “Long-Term Responses to Large-Scale Disturbances: Spatiotemporal Variation in Gastropod Populations and Communities.” Oikos 2023(7): e09605. Cite
Rosi, Emma J., Emily S. Bernhardt, Christopher T. Solomon, Gene E. Likens, William H. McDowell, and Irena F. Creed. 2022. “Give Long-Term Datasets World Heritage Status.” Science 378(6625): 1180–81. Cite
Herreid, Allison M., Carla López Lloreda, Adam S. Wymore, Jody D. Potter, and William H. McDowell. 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. Cite
Quebbeman, Andrew W., Duncan N. L. Menge, Gabriel Arellano, Jazlynn Hall, Tana E. Wood, Jess K. Zimmerman, and María Uriarte. 2022. “A Severe Hurricane Increases Carbon Dioxide and Methane Fluxes and Triples Nitrous Oxide Emissions in a Tropical Forest.” Ecosystems. Cite
Templer, P. H., J. L. Harrison, F. Pilotto, A. Flores-Díaz, P. Haase, W. H. McDowell, R. Sharif, 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. Cite
Campbell, John L, Charles T Driscoll, Julia A Jones, Emery R Boose, Hilary A Dugan, Peter M Groffman, C Rhett Jackson, et al. 2022. “Forest and Freshwater Ecosystem Responses to Climate Change and Variability at US LTER Sites.” BioScience 72(9): 851–70. Cite
Jones, Julia A, and Charles T Driscoll. 2022. “Long-Term Ecological Research on Ecosystem Responses to Climate Change.” BioScience 72(9): 814–26. Cite
Bibbo, Silvia, and D. Jean Lodge. 2022. “A Preconditioning Paradox: Contrasting Effects of Initial Phyllosphere and Early Leaf Decomposer Microfungi on Subsequent Colonization by Leaf Decomposing Non-Unit-Restricted Basidiomycetes.” Journal of Fungi 8(9): 903. Cite
Acevedo, Miguel A., David Clark, Carly Fankhauser, and John Michael Toohey. 2022. “No Evidence of Predicted Phenotypic Changes after Hurricane Disturbance in a Shade-Specialist Caribbean Anole.” Biology Letters 18(8): 20220152. 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. Cite
Leitold, Veronika, Douglas C. Morton, Sebastián Martinuzzi, Ian Paynter, María Uriarte, Michael Keller, António Ferraz, 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. Cite
de Lima, Renato A. F., Oliver L. Phillips, Alvaro Duque, J. Sebastian Tello, Stuart J. Davies, Alexandre Adalardo de Oliveira, Sandra Muller, et al. 2022. “Making Forest Data Fair and Open.” Nature Ecology & Evolution 6(6): 656–58. Cite
Srivastava, Diane S., A. Andrew M. MacDonald, Valério D. Pillar, Pavel Kratina, Vanderlei J. Debastiani, Laura Melissa Guzman, Mark Kurtis Trzcinski, et al. 2022. “Geographical Variation in the Trait-Based Assembly Patterns of Multitrophic Invertebrate Communities.” Functional Ecology n/a(n/a). Cite
Qiu, Tong, Robert Andrus, Marie-Claire Aravena, Davide Ascoli, Yves Bergeron, Roberta Berretti, Daniel Berveiller, et al. 2022. “Limits to Reproduction and Seed Size-Number Trade-Offs That Shape Forest Dominance and Future Recovery.” Nature Communications 13(1): 2381. 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. Cite
Kambach, Stephan, Richard Condit, Salomón Aguilar, Helge Bruelheide, Sarayudh Bunyavejchewin, Chia-Hao Chang-Yang, Yu-Yun Chen, et al. 2022. “Consistency of Demographic Trade-Offs across 13 (Sub)Tropical Forests.” Journal of Ecology n/a(n/a). Cite
Clark, K. E., R. F. Stallard, S. F. Murphy, M. A. Scholl, G. González, A. F. Plante, and W. H. McDowell. 2022. “Extreme Rainstorms Drive Exceptional Organic Carbon Export from Forested Humid-Tropical Rivers in Puerto Rico.” Nature Communications 13(1): 2058. Cite
Patrick, Christopher J., John S. Kominoski, William H. McDowell, Benjamin Branoff, David Lagomasino, Miguel Leon, Enie Hensel, et al. 2022. “A General Pattern of Trade-Offs between Ecosystem Resistance and Resilience to Tropical Cyclones.” Science Advances 8(9): eabl9155. 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. Cite
Cruz, Virnaliz, Omar Cruz-Pantoja, Raymond Tremblay, and Miguel Acevedo. 2022. “Animal Trait Variation at the Within-Individual Level: Erythrocyte Size Variation and Malaria Infection in a Tropical Lizard.” PeerJ 10: e12761. Cite
Bernhardt, Emily S., Phil Savoy, Michael J. Vlah, Alison P. Appling, Lauren E. Koenig, Robert O. Hall, Maite Arroita, et al. 2022. “Light and Flow Regimes Regulate the Metabolism of Rivers.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119(8): e2121976119. 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. 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
Toohey, John M., Luisa Otero, Ian G. Flores Siaca, and Miguel A. Acevedo. 2022. “Identifying Individual and Spatial Drivers of Heterogeneous Transmission and Virulence of Malaria in Caribbean Anoles.” Ecosphere 13(12): e4297. Cite
Patrick, Christopher J, Enie Hensel, John S Kominoski, Beth A Stauffer, and William H McDowell. 2022. “Extreme Event Ecology Needs Proactive Funding.” Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20(9): 496–97. Cite
Hynek, S. A., W. H. McDowell, M. P. Bhatt, J. J. Orlando, and S. L. Brantley. 2022. “Lithological Control of Stream Chemistry in the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico.” Frontiers in Earth Science 10. (December 20, 2022). Cite
Chapela Lara, María, Heather L. Buss, Michael J. Henehan, Jan A. Schuessler, and William H. McDowell. 2022. “Secondary Minerals Drive Extreme Lithium Isotope Fractionation During Tropical Weathering.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 127(2): e2021JF006366. Cite