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Book Chapter
Jansen P, et al.  2014.  TEAM: a standardised camera trap survey to monitor terrestrial vertebrate communities in tropical forests. Camera trapping: wildlife management and research. :263-270.
Alvarez-Loayza P., Paine C.E.T..  2013.  Madre de Dios - Manu, Cocha Cashu - Fruits.
Metzker T., Spósito T.C., B. Filho S, Ahumada J.A., Garcia Q.S..  2012.  Tropical Forest and Carbon Stock's Valuation: A Monitoring Policy. :171-194.
O'Brien T.G..  2010.  Abundance, density and relative abundance: A conceptual framework.
O’Brien T.G., Kinnaird M.F., Wibisono H.T..  2010.  Estimation of species richness of large vertebrates using camera traps: An examples from an Indonesian rainforest.
Enquist B.J..  2003.  Scaling the macroecological and evolutionary implications of size and metabolism and across plant taxa. :321-341.
Hannah L., Midgley G., Andelman S.J., Araujo M., Hughes G., Martinez-Meyer E., Pearson R., Williams P..  2000.  Climate change and conservation.
Peer-reviewed publications
Clark D., Hurtado J., Saatchi S..  Submitted.  Tropical Rain Forest Structure, Tree Growth and Dynamics Along a 2700-m Elevational Transect in Costa Rica. PLOS ONE. 10:doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0122905.
Brienen R.JW, Phillips O.L, Feldpausch T.R., Gloor E., Baker T.R, Lloyd J., López-González G., Monteagudo-Mendoza A., Malhi Y., Lewis S.L. et al..  2015.  Long-term decline of the Amazon carbon sink. Nature. 519:344-348.
Clark D, Hurtado J, Saatchi S.  2015.  Tropical rain forest structure, tree growth, and dynamics along a 2700-m elevational transect in Costa Rica. PLOS ONE.
Grant RA.  2015.  Changes in Animal Activity Prior to a Major (M=7) Earthquake in the Peruvian Andes. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. doi:10.1016/j.pce.2015.02.012
Hegerl C, Brugess N, Nielsen M, Martin E, Ciolli M, Rovero F.  2015.  Using camera trap data to assess the impact of bushmeat hunting on forest mammals in Tanzania. Oryx. :1-11.
Hofhansl F, al. et.  2015.  New insights into mechanisms driving carbon allocation in tropical forests. New Phytologist. 205.1:137-146.
Martin E.H, Cavada N., Ndibalema V.G, Rovero F..  2015.  Modelling fine-scale habitat associations of medium-to-large forest mammals in the Udzungwa Mountains of Tanzania using camera trapping. Tropical Zoology. :1-15.
Meyer N., Esser H., Moreno R., Langevelde F., Liefting Y., Oller D., Vogels C., Carver A., Nielson C., Jansen P..  2015.  An assessment of the terrestrial mammal communities in forests of Central Panama, using camera-trap surveys. Journal for Nature Conservation. 26:28-35.
Slik J., Arroyo-Rodriguez V., Aiba A., Alvarez-Loayza P., al. et.  2015.  An estimate of the number of tropical tree species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. :doi:10.1073/pnas.1423147112.
Baker TR, et al.  2014.  Fast demographic traits promote high diversification rates of Amazonian trees. Ecology Letters. 17:527-536.
Cavanaugh K.C., Gosnelli J.S., Davis S.L., Ahumada J., Boundja P., Clark D.B., Mugerwa B., Jansen P.A., O'Brien T.G., Rovero F. et al..  2014.  Carbon storage in tropical forests correlates with taxonomic diversity and functional dominance on a global scale. Global Ecology and Biogeography.
Mitchard E.T.A., Feldpausch T.R., Brienen T.J.W., al et..  2014.  Markedly divergent estimates of Amazon forest carbon density from ground plots and satellites. Global Ecology and Biogeography.