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Scaling issues of neutral theory reveal violations of ecological equivalence for dominant Amazonian tree species

Pos, Edwin et al.

Ecology letters. Volume 22:Number 7 (2019, July); pp 1072-1082 -- [John Wiley & Sons Ltd]

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Comparative phylogeography of five widespread tree species: Insights into the history of western Amazonia

Honorio Coronado, Eurídice N. et al.

Ecology and evolution. Volume 9:Issue 12 (2019); pp 7333-7345 -- Wiley

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Comparative phylogeography of five widespread tree species: Insights into the history of western Amazonia

Honorio Coronado, Eurídice N.

Ecology and evolution. Volume 9:Number 12 (2019, June); pp 7333-7345 -- Wiley

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Reconciling the contribution of environmental and stochastic structuring of tropical forest diversity through the lens of imaging spectroscopy

Bongalov, Boris et al.

Ecology letters. Volume 22:Number 10 (2019, October); pp 1608-1619 -- [John Wiley & Sons Ltd]

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Drier tropical forests are susceptible to functional changes in response to a long‐term drought

Aguirre‐Gutiérrez, Jesús et al.

Ecology letters. Volume 22:Number 5 (2019, May); pp 855-865 -- [John Wiley & Sons Ltd]

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Drier tropical forests are susceptible to functional changes in response to a long‐term drought

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Ecology letters. Volume 22:Number 5 (2019); pp 855-865 -- [John Wiley & Sons Ltd]

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Dominant tree species drive beta diversity patterns in western Amazonia

Draper, Frederick C. et al.

Ecology. Volume 100:Issue 4 (2019); pp n/a-n/a -- John Wiley & Sons

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Peatland forests are the least diverse tree communities documented in Amazonia, but contribute to high regional beta‐diversity

Draper, Frederick C. et al.

Ecography. Volume 41:Issue 8 (2018); pp 1256-1269 -- John Wiley & Sons Ltd

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Field methods for sampling tree height for tropical forest biomass estimation

Sullivan, Martin J. P. et al.

Methods in ecology and evolution. Volume 9:Issue 5 (2018); pp 1179-1189 -- Wiley

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Topography shapes the structure, composition and function of tropical forest landscapes

Jucker, Tommaso et al.

Ecology letters. Volume 21:Number 7 (2018); pp 989-1000 -- [John Wiley & Sons Ltd]

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