Publications by: John Terborgh

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Fauset, Sophie, Gloor, Manuel, Fyllas, Nikolaos M., Phillips, Oliver L., Asner, Gregory P., Baker, Timothy R., Bentley, Lisa Patrick, Brienen, Roel J.W., Christoffersen, Bradley O., del Aguila-Pasquel, Jhon, Doughty, Christopher E., Feldpausch, Ted R., Galbraith, David R., Goodman, Rosa C., Girardin, Cecile A.J., Honorio Coronado, Euridice N., Monteagudo, Abel, Salinas, Norma, Shenkin, Alexander, Silva-Espejo, Javier E., Van Der Heijden, Geertje, Vasquez, Rodolfo, Alvarez-Davila, Esteban, Arroyo, Luzmila, Barroso, Jorcely G., Brown, Foster, Castro, Wendeson, Cornejo Valverde, Fernando, Cardozo, Nallarett Davila, Di Fiore, Anthony, Erwin, Terry, Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, Isau, Nunez Vargas, Percy, Neill, David, Pallqui Camacho, Nadir, Parada Gutierrez, Alexander, Peacock, Julie, Pitman, Nigel, Prieto, Adriana, Restrepo, Zorayda, Rudas, Agustin, Quesada, Carlos A., Silveira, Marcos, Stropp, Juliana, Terborgh, John, Vieira, Simone A., and Malhi, Yadvinder (2019) Individual-based modeling of Amazon forests suggests that climate controls productivity while traits control demography. Frontiers in Earth Science, 7. 83.

Ter Steege, Hans, Henkel, Terry W., Helal, Nora, Terborgh, John, Laurance, Susan G.W., Laurance, William F., and Amazon Tree Diversity Network, (2019) Rarity of monodominance in hyperdiverse Amazonian forests. Scientific Reports, 9. 13822.

Levi, Taal, Barfield, Michael, Barrantes, Shane, Sullivan, Christopher, Holt, Robert D., and Terborgh, John (2019) Tropical forests can maintain hyperdiversity because of enemies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116 (2). pp. 581-586.

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