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Framework species approach proves robust in restoring forest on fire prone invasive grass: A case study from PanamaBoeschoten, Laura E.Breugel, Michiel vanBailon, MarioBalbuena, JohanaNuñez, MiguelCerezo, ArturoHall, Jefferson S.2020DOI: info:10.1080/10549811.2020.1746915Journal of Sustainable Forestry1191–191054-9811
Boeschoten, Laura E., Breugel, Michiel van, Bailon, Mario, Balbuena, Johana, Nuñez, Miguel, Cerezo, Arturo, and Hall, Jefferson S. 2020. "Framework species approach proves robust in restoring forest on fire prone invasive grass: A case study from Panama." Journal of Sustainable Forestry 1–19. https://doi.org/10.1080/10549811.2020.1746915
ID: 155212
Type: article
Authors: Boeschoten, Laura E.; Breugel, Michiel van; Bailon, Mario; Balbuena, Johana; Nuñez, Miguel; Cerezo, Arturo; Hall, Jefferson S.
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: Grasses and fire pose a major challenge for forest restoration. Here we evaluate a case study of reforestation in an area invaded by the tall invasive grass Saccharum spontaneum in the Panama Canal Watershed. The project objectives were to (1) replace Saccharum with a forest, (2) restore a stratified mixed species forest and (3) sequester carbon. We aimed to compare the practice of forest restoration with a treatment grounded in theory. Therefore, the first species selection method followed business-as-usual: contractors planted any combination of 130 prescribed species. The second method followed the framework species approach, a mixture of 22 species was planted to ensure early shade, create a stratified forest over time, attract seed dispersers, and for their potential to fix N2. Both treatments showed successful restoration trajectories 8.5 years after planting, they did not differ in structural characteristics (stem density, basal area, aboveground biomass, height, and amount of Saccharum). However, based on the species present, the framework approach shows more potential to become a stratified forest. As the framework approach also withstood fires much better than the business-as-usual approach, we conclude that it improves restoration success in this human-dominated landscape.
Lianas reduce biomass accumulation in early successional tropical forestsEstrada‐Villegas, SergioHall, Jefferson S.van Breugel, MichielSchnitzer, Stefan A.2020DOI: info:10.1002/ecy.2989Ecology1291–291939-9170
Estrada‐Villegas, Sergio, Hall, Jefferson S., van Breugel, Michiel, and Schnitzer, Stefan A. 2020. "Lianas reduce biomass accumulation in early successional tropical forests." Ecology 1–29. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2989
ID: 154289
Type: article
Authors: Estrada‐Villegas, Sergio; Hall, Jefferson S.; van Breugel, Michiel; Schnitzer, Stefan A.
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: Early successional tropical forests could mitigate climate change via rapid accumulation of atmospheric carbon. However, liana (woody vine) abundance and biomass has been increasing in many tropical forests over the past decades, which may slow the speed at which secondary forests accumulate biomass. Lianas decrease biomass accumulation in tropical forests, and may have a particularly strong effect on young forests by stalling tree growth. As forests mature, trees may outgrow or shed lianas, thus escaping some of the negative effects of lianas. Alternatively, lianas may have the strongest effect in older successional forests if the effect of lianas is commensurate with their density, which increases dramatically in the first decades of forest succession. We tested these two hypotheses using a landscape liana removal experiment in 30 forest stands that ranged from 10 to 35 years old in Central Panama. We measured tree growth and biomass accumulation in the stands every year from 2014 to 2017. We found that the effect of liana removal on large trees (>= 20 cm diameter) decreased with forest age, supporting the hypothesis that lianas have the strongest negative effects on trees, and thus biomass uptake and carbon storage, in very young successional forests. Large trees accumulated more biomass in the absence of lianas in younger forests than in older forests (compared to controls) even after accounting for the effect of canopy completeness and crown illumination, implying that the detrimental effects of lianas go well beyond resource availability and crown health. There was no significant effect of lianas on small trees (1-20 cm diameter), likely because lianas seek light and thus do not deploy their leaves on small trees that are trapped in the forest understory. Our results show that high liana density early in forest succession reduces forest biomass accumulation by negatively impacting large trees, thus decreasing the capacity of young secondary forests to mitigate climate change. While the negative effects of lianas on forest biomass diminish as forests age, they do not disappear, and thus lianas are an important component of tropical forest carbon budgets throughout succession.
Hall et al data used in data from Boeschoten et al_Framework species approach_2 of 2Hall, JeffersonBaillon, MarioBalbuena, JohanaNuñez, MiguelCerezo, ArturoBreugel, Michiel vanBoeschoten, Laura E.2020DOI: info:10.25573/DATA.11856180.V1The Smithsonian Institution
Hall, Jefferson, Baillon, Mario, Balbuena, Johana, Nuñez, Miguel, Cerezo, Arturo, Breugel, Michiel van, and Boeschoten, Laura E. 2020. [Dataset] "Hall et al data used in data from Boeschoten et al_Framework species approach_2 of 2." Distributed by The Smithsonian Institution. https://doi.org/10.25573/DATA.11856180.V1
ID: 155998
Type: dataset
Authors: Hall, Jefferson; Baillon, Mario; Balbuena, Johana; Nuñez, Miguel; Cerezo, Arturo; Breugel, Michiel van; Boeschoten, Laura E.
Keywords: Dataset; STRI
Abstract: Mature forest data set used in Journal of Sustainable Forestry manuscript by Boeschoten et al. Reforestation data set uploaded separately.
Hall et al data used in data from Boeschoten et al_Framework species approach .xlsxHall, JeffersonBailon, MarioBalbuena, JohanaNuñez, MiguelBreugel, Michiel vanCerezo, ArturoBoeschoten, Laura E.2020DOI: info:10.25573/DATA.11856117.V1The Smithsonian Institution
Hall, Jefferson, Bailon, Mario, Balbuena, Johana, Nuñez, Miguel, Breugel, Michiel van, Cerezo, Arturo, and Boeschoten, Laura E. 2020. [Dataset] "Hall et al data used in data from Boeschoten et al_Framework species approach .xlsx." Distributed by The Smithsonian Institution. https://doi.org/10.25573/DATA.11856117.V1
ID: 155999
Type: dataset
Authors: Hall, Jefferson; Bailon, Mario; Balbuena, Johana; Nuñez, Miguel; Breugel, Michiel van; Cerezo, Arturo; Boeschoten, Laura E.
Keywords: Dataset
Abstract: Reforestation data set used in analysis for Journal of Sustainable Forestry manuscript with lead author Laura Boeschoten. Mature forest data containe in independent file.
Asynchronous carbon sink saturation in African and Amazonian tropical forestsHubau, WannesLewis, Simon L.Phillips, Oliver L.Affum-Baffoe, KofiBeeckman, HansCuní-Sanchez, AidaDaniels, Armandu K.Ewango, Corneille E. N.Fauset, SophieMukinzi, Jacques M.Sheil, DouglasSonké, BonaventureSullivan, Martin J. P.Sunderland, Terry C. H.Taedoumg, HermannThomas, Sean C.White, Lee J. T.Abernethy, Katharine A.Adu-Bredu, StephenAmani, Christian A.Baker, Timothy R.Banin, Lindsay F.Baya, FidèleBegne, Serge K.Bennett, Amy C.Benedet, FabriceBitariho, RobertBocko, Yannick E.Boeckx, PascalBoundja, PatrickBrienen, Roel J. W.Brncic, TerryChezeaux, EricChuyong, George B.Clark, Connie J.Collins, MurrayComiskey, James A.Coomes, David A.Dargie, Greta C.de Haulleville, ThalesKamdem, Marie Noel DjuikouoDoucet, Jean-LouisEsquivel-Muelbert, AdrianeFeldpausch, Ted R.Fofanah, AlusineFoli, Ernest G.Gilpin, MartinGloor, EmanuelGonmadje, ChristelleGourlet-Fleury, SylvieHall, Jefferson S.Hamilton, Alan C.Harris, David J.Hart, Terese B.Hockemba, Mireille B. N.Hladik, AnnetteIfo, Suspense A.Jeffery, Kathryn J.Jucker, TommasoYakusu, Emmanuel KasongoKearsley, ElizabethKenfack, DavidKoch, AlexanderLeal, Miguel E.Levesley, AuroraLindsell, Jeremy A.Lisingo, JanvierLopez-Gonzalez, GabrielaLovett, Jon C.Makana, Jean-RemyMalhi, YadvinderMarshall, Andrew R.Martin, JimMartin, Emanuel H.Mbayu, Faustin M.Medjibe, Vincent P.Mihindou, VianetMitchard, Edward T. A.Moore, SamMunishi, Pantaleo K. T.Bengone, Natacha NssiOjo, LucasOndo, Fidèle EvounaPeh, Kelvin S. -HPickavance, Georgia C.Poulsen, Axel DalbergPoulsen, John R.Qie, LanReitsma, JanRovero, FrancescoSwaine, Michael D.Talbot, JoeyTaplin, JamesTaylor, David M.Thomas, Duncan W.Toirambe, BenjaminMukendi, John TshibambaTuagben, DarlingtonUmunay, Peter M.van der Heijden, Geertje M. F.Verbeeck, HansVleminckx, JasonWillcock, SimonWöll, HannsjörgWoods, John T.Zemagho, Lise2020DOI: info:10.1038/s41586-020-2035-0Naturev. 579No. 7797808780–871476-4687
Hubau, Wannes, Lewis, Simon L., Phillips, Oliver L., Affum-Baffoe, Kofi, Beeckman, Hans, Cuní-Sanchez, Aida, Daniels, Armandu K., Ewango, Corneille E. N., Fauset, Sophie, Mukinzi, Jacques M., Sheil, Douglas, Sonké, Bonaventure, Sullivan, Martin J. P., Sunderland, Terry C. H., Taedoumg, Hermann, Thomas, Sean C., White, Lee J. T., Abernethy, Katharine A., Adu-Bredu, Stephen, Amani, Christian A., Baker, Timothy R., Banin, Lindsay F., Baya, Fidèle, Begne, Serge K., Bennett, Amy C. et al. 2020. "Asynchronous carbon sink saturation in African and Amazonian tropical forests." Nature 579 (7797):80–87. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-2035-0
ID: 154770
Type: article
Authors: Hubau, Wannes; Lewis, Simon L.; Phillips, Oliver L.; Affum-Baffoe, Kofi; Beeckman, Hans; Cuní-Sanchez, Aida; Daniels, Armandu K.; Ewango, Corneille E. N.; Fauset, Sophie; Mukinzi, Jacques M.; Sheil, Douglas; Sonké, Bonaventure; Sullivan, Martin J. P.; Sunderland, Terry C. H.; Taedoumg, Hermann; Thomas, Sean C.; White, Lee J. T.; Abernethy, Katharine A.; Adu-Bredu, Stephen; Amani, Christian A.; Baker, Timothy R.; Banin, Lindsay F.; Baya, Fidèle; Begne, Serge K.; Bennett, Amy C.; Benedet, Fabrice; Bitariho, Robert; Bocko, Yannick E.; Boeckx, Pascal; Boundja, Patrick; Brienen, Roel J. W.; Brncic, Terry; Chezeaux, Eric; Chuyong, George B.; Clark, Connie J.; Collins, Murray; Comiskey, James A.; Coomes, David A.; Dargie, Greta C.; de Haulleville, Thales; Kamdem, Marie Noel Djuikouo; Doucet, Jean-Louis; Esquivel-Muelbert, Adriane; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Fofanah, Alusine; Foli, Ernest G.; Gilpin, Martin; Gloor, Emanuel; Gonmadje, Christelle; Gourlet-Fleury, Sylvie; Hall, Jefferson S.; Hamilton, Alan C.; Harris, David J.; Hart, Terese B.; Hockemba, Mireille B. N.; Hladik, Annette; Ifo, Suspense A.; Jeffery, Kathryn J.; Jucker, Tommaso; Yakusu, Emmanuel Kasongo; Kearsley, Elizabeth; Kenfack, David; Koch, Alexander; Leal, Miguel E.; Levesley, Aurora; Lindsell, Jeremy A.; Lisingo, Janvier; Lopez-Gonzalez, Gabriela; Lovett, Jon C.; Makana, Jean-Remy; Malhi, Yadvinder; Marshall, Andrew R.; Martin, Jim; Martin, Emanuel H.; Mbayu, Faustin M.; Medjibe, Vincent P.; Mihindou, Vianet; Mitchard, Edward T. A.; Moore, Sam; Munishi, Pantaleo K. T.; Bengone, Natacha Nssi; Ojo, Lucas; Ondo, Fidèle Evouna; Peh, Kelvin S. -H; Pickavance, Georgia C.; Poulsen, Axel Dalberg; Poulsen, John R.; Qie, Lan; Reitsma, Jan; Rovero, Francesco; Swaine, Michael D.; Talbot, Joey; Taplin, James; Taylor, David M.; Thomas, Duncan W.; Toirambe, Benjamin; Mukendi, John Tshibamba; Tuagben, Darlington; Umunay, Peter M.; van der Heijden, Geertje M. F.; Verbeeck, Hans; Vleminckx, Jason; Willcock, Simon; Wöll, Hannsjörg; Woods, John T.; Zemagho, Lise
Keywords: SERC; STRI
Abstract: Structurally intact tropical forests sequestered about half of the global terrestrial carbon uptake over the 1990s and early 2000s, removing about 15 per cent of anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions1-3. Climate-driven vegetation models typically predict that this tropical forest 'carbon sink' will continue for decades4,5. Here we assess trends in the carbon sink using 244 structurally intact African tropical forests spanning 11 countries, compare them with 321 published plots from Amazonia and investigate the underlying drivers of the trends. The carbon sink in live aboveground biomass in intact African tropical forests has been stable for the three decades to 2015, at 0.66 tonnes of carbon per hectare per year (95 per cent confidence interval 0.53-0.79), in contrast to the long-term decline in Amazonian forests6. Therefore the carbon sink responses of Earth's two largest expanses of tropical forest have diverged. The difference is largely driven by carbon losses from tree mortality, with no detectable multi-decadal trend in Africa and a long-term increase in Amazonia. Both continents show increasing tree growth, consistent with the expected net effect of rising atmospheric carbon dioxide and air temperature7-9. Despite the past stability of the African carbon sink, our most intensively monitored plots suggest a post-2010 increase in carbon losses, delayed compared to Amazonia, indicating asynchronous carbon sink saturation on the two continents. A statistical model including carbon dioxide, temperature, drought and forest dynamics accounts for the observed trends and indicates a long-term future decline in the African sink, whereas the Amazonian sink continues to weaken rapidly. Overall, the uptake of carbon into Earth's intact tropical forests peaked in the 1990s. Given that the global terrestrial carbon sink is increasing in size, independent observations indicating greater recent carbon uptake into the Northern Hemisphere landmass10 reinforce our conclusion that the intact tropical forest carbon sink has already peaked. This saturation and ongoing decline of the tropical forest carbon sink has consequences for policies intended to stabilize Earth's climate.
TRY plant trait database – enhanced coverage and open accessKattge, JensBönisch, GerhardDíaz, SandraLavorel, SandraPrentice, Iain ColinLeadley, PaulTautenhahn, SusanneWerner, Gijsbert D. A.Aakala, TuomasAbedi, MehdiAcosta, Alicia T. R.Adamidis, George C.Adamson, KairiAiba, MasahiroAlbert, CéAlcántara, Julio M.C, Carolina AlcázarAleixo, IzabelaAli, HamadaAmiaud, BernardAmmer, ChristianAmoroso, Mariano M.Anand, MadhurAnderson, CarolynAnten, NielsAntos, JosephApgaua, Deborah Mattos GuimarãesAshman, Tia-LynnAsmara, Degi HarjaAsner, Gregory P.Aspinwall, MichaelAtkin, OwenAubin, IsabelleBaastrup‐Spohr, LarsBahalkeh, KhadijehBahn, MichaelBaker, TimothyBaker, William J.Bakker, Jan P.Baldocchi, DennisBaltzer, JenniferBanerjee, ArindamBaranger, AnneBarlow, JosBarneche, Diego R.Baruch, ZdravkoBastianelli, DenisBattles, JohnBauerle, WilliamBauters, MarijnBazzato, ErikaBeckmann, MichaelBeeckman, HansBeierkuhnlein, CarlBekker, ReneeBelfry, GavinBelluau, MichaelBeloiu, MirelaBenavides, RaquelBenomar, LahcenBerdugo‐Lattke, Mary LeeBerenguer, ErikaBergamin, RodrigoBergmann, JoanaCarlucci, Marcos BergmannBerner, LoganBernhardt‐Römermann, MarkusBigler, ChristofBjorkman, Anne D.Blackman, ChrisBlanco, CarolinaBlonder, BenjaminBlumenthal, DanaBocanegra‐González, Kelly T.Boeckx, PascalBohlman, StephanieBöhning‐Gaese, KatrinBoisvert‐Marsh, LauraBond, WilliamBond‐Lamberty, BenBoom, ArnoudBoonman, Coline C. F.Bordin, KauaneBoughton, Elizabeth H.Boukili, VanessaBowman, David M. J. S.Bravo, SandraBrendel, Marco RichardBroadley, Martin R.Brown, Kerry A.Bruelheide, HelgeBrumnich, FedericoBruun, Hans HenrikBruy, DavidBuchanan, Serra W.Bucher, Solveig FranziskaBuchmann, NinaBuitenwerf, RobertBunker, Daniel E.Bürger, JanaBurrascano, SabinaBurslem, David F. R. P.Butterfield, Bradley J.Byun, ChaehoMarques, MarciaScalon, Marina C.Caccianiga, MarcoCadotte, MarcCailleret, MaximeCamac, JamesCamarero, Jesús JulioCampany, CourtneyCampetella, GiandiegoCampos, Juan AntonioCano‐Arboleda, LauraCanullo, RobertoCarbognani, MicheleCarvalho, FabioCasanoves, FernandoCastagneyrol, BastienCatford, Jane A.Cavender‐Bares, JeannineCerabolini, Bruno E. L.Cervellini, MarcoChacón‐Madrigal, EduardoChapin, KennethChapin, F. S.Chelli, StefanoChen, Si-ChongChen, AnpingCherubini, PaoloChianucci, FrancescoChoat, BrendanChung, Kyong-SookChytrý, MilanCiccarelli, DanielaColl, LluísCollins, Courtney G.Conti, LuisaCoomes, DavidCornelissen, Johannes H. C.Cornwell, William K.Corona, PiermariaCoyea, MarieCraine, JosephCraven, DylanCromsigt, Joris P. G. M.Csecserits, AnikóCufar, KatarinaCuntz, MatthiasSilva, Ana Carolina daDahlin, Kyla M.Dainese, MatteoDalke, IgorFratte, Michele DalleDang‐Le, Anh TuanDanihelka, JiríDannoura, MasakoDawson, SamanthaBeer, Arend Jacobus deFrutos, Angel DeLong, Jonathan R. DeDechant, BenjaminDelagrange, SylvainDelpierre, NicolasDerroire, GéDias, Arildo S.Diaz‐Toribio, Milton HugoDimitrakopoulos, Panayiotis G.Dobrowolski, MarkDoktor, DanielDřevojan, PavelDong, NingDransfield, JohnDressler, StefanDuarte, LeandroDucouret, EmilieDullinger, StefanDurka, WalterDuursma, RemkoDymova, OlgaE‐Vojtkó, AnnaEckstein, Rolf LutzEjtehadi, HamidElser, JamesEmilio, ThaiseEngemann, KristineErfanian, Mohammad BagherErfmeier, AlexandraEsquivel‐Muelbert, AdrianeEsser, GerdEstiarte, MarcDomingues, Tomas F.Fagan, William F.Fagúndez, JaimeFalster, Daniel S.Fan, YingFang, JingyunFarris, EmmanueleFazlioglu, FatihFeng, YanhaoFernandez‐Mendez, FernandoFerrara, CarlottaFerreira, JoiceFidelis, AlessandraFinegan, BryanFirn, JenniferFlowers, Timothy J.Flynn, Dan F. B.Fontana, VeronikaForey, EstelleForgiarini, CristianeFrançois, LouisFrangipani, MarceloFrank, DorotheaFrenette‐Dussault, CedricFreschet, Grégoire T.Fry, Ellen L.Fyllas, Nikolaos M.Mazzochini, Guilherme G.Gachet, SophieGallagher, RachaelGanade, GisleneGanga, FrancescaGarcía‐Palacios, PabloGargaglione, VeronicaGarnier, EricGarrido, Jose LuisGasper, André Luís deGea‐Izquierdo, GuillermoGibson, DavidGillison, Andrew N.Giroldo, AeltonGlasenhardt, Mary-ClaireGleason, SeanGliesch, MarianaGoldberg, EmmaGöldel, BastianGonzalez‐Akre, ErikaGonzalez‐Andujar, Jose L.González‐Melo, AndrésGonzález‐Robles, AnaGraae, Bente JessenGranda, ElenaGraves, SarahGreen, Walton A.Gregor, ThomasGross, NicolasGuerin, Greg R.Günther, AngelaGutiérrez, Alvaro G.Haddock, LillieHaines, AnnaHall, JeffersonHambuckers, AlainHan, WenxuanHarrison, Sandy P.Hattingh, WesleyHawes, Joseph E.He, TianhuaHe, PengchengHeberling, Jacob MasonHelm, AveliinaHempel, StefanHentschel, JöHérault, BrunoHereş, Ana-MariaHerz, KatharinaHeuertz, MyriamHickler, ThomasHietz, PeterHiguchi, PedroHipp, Andrew L.Hirons, AndrewHock, MariaHogan, James AaronHoll, KarenHonnay, OlivierHornstein, DanielHou, EnqingHough‐Snee, NateHovstad, Knut AndersIchie, TomoakiIgić, BorisIlla, EstelaIsaac, MarneyIshihara, MasaeIvanov, LeonidIvanova, LarissaIversen, Colleen M.Izquierdo, JordiJackson, Robert B.Jackson, BenjaminJactel, HervéJagodzinski, Andrzej M.Jandt, UteJansen, StevenJenkins, ThomasJentsch, AnkeJespersen, Jens Rasmus PlantenerJiang, Guo-FengJohansen, Jesper LiengaardJohnson, DavidJokela, Eric J.Joly, Carlos AlfredoJordan, Gregory J.Joseph, Grant StuartJunaedi, DeckyJunker, Robert R.Justes, EricKabzems, RichardKane, JeffreyKaplan, ZdenekKattenborn, TejaKavelenova, LyudmilaKearsley, ElizabethKempel, AnneKenzo, TanakaKerkhoff, AndrewKhalil, Mohammed I.Kinlock, Nicole L.Kissling, Wilm DanielKitajima, KaoruKitzberger, ThomasKjøller, RasmusKlein, TamirKleyer, MichaelKlimešová, JitkaKlipel, JoiceKloeppel, BrianKlotz, StefanKnops, Johannes M. H.Kohyama, TakashiKoike, FumitoKollmann, JohannesKomac, BenjaminKomatsu, KimberlyKönig, ChristianKraft, Nathan J. B.Kramer, KoenKreft, HolgerKühn, IngolfKumarathunge, DushanKuppler, JonasKurokawa, HirokoKurosawa, YokoKuyah, ShemLaclau, Jean-PaulLafleur, BenoitLallai, ErikLamb, EricLamprecht, AndreaLarkin, Daniel J.Laughlin, DanielBagousse‐Pinguet, Yoann LeMaire, Guerric leRoux, Peter C. leRoux, Elizabeth leLee, TaliLens, FredericLewis, Simon L.Lhotsky, BarbaraLi, YuanzhiLi, XineLichstein, Jeremy W.Liebergesell, MarioLim, Jun YingLin, Yan-ShihLinares, Juan CarlosLiu, ChunjiangLiu, DaijunLiu, UdayanganiLivingstone, StuartLlusià, JoanLohbeck, MadelonLópez‐García, ÁlvaroLopez‐Gonzalez, GabrielaLososová, ZdeňkaLouault, FrédériqueLukács, Balázs A.Lukeš, PetrLuo, YunjianLussu, MicheleMa, SiyanPereira, Camilla Maciel RabeloMack, MichelleMaire, VincentMäkelä, AnnikkiMäkinen, HarriMalhado, Ana Claudia MendesMallik, AzimManning, PeterManzoni, StefanoMarchetti, ZuleicaMarchino, LucaMarcilio‐Silva, ViniciusMarcon, EricMarignani, MichelaMarkesteijn, LarsMartin, AdamMartínez‐Garza, CristinaMartínez‐Vilalta, JordiMašková, TerezaMason, KellyMason, NormanMassad, Tara JoyMasse, JacyntheMayrose, ItayMcCarthy, JamesMcCormack, M. L.McCulloh, KatherineMcFadden, Ian R.McGill, Brian J.McPartland, Mara Y.Medeiros, Juliana S.Medlyn, BelindaMeerts, PierreMehrabi, ZiaMeir, PatrickMelo, Felipe P. L.Mencuccini, MaurizioMeredieu, CéMessier, JulieMészáros, IlonaMetsaranta, JuhaMichaletz, Sean T.Michelaki, ChrysanthiMigalina, SvetlanaMilla, RubenMiller, Jesse E. 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ID: 153685
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Authors: Kattge, Jens; Bönisch, Gerhard; Díaz, Sandra; Lavorel, Sandra; Prentice, Iain Colin; Leadley, Paul; Tautenhahn, Susanne; Werner, Gijsbert D. A.; Aakala, Tuomas; Abedi, Mehdi; Acosta, Alicia T. R.; Adamidis, George C.; Adamson, Kairi; Aiba, Masahiro; Albert, Cé; Alcántara, Julio M.; C, Carolina Alcázar; Aleixo, Izabela; Ali, Hamada; Amiaud, Bernard; Ammer, Christian; Amoroso, Mariano M.; Anand, Madhur; Anderson, Carolyn; Anten, Niels; Antos, Joseph; Apgaua, Deborah Mattos Guimarães; Ashman, Tia-Lynn; Asmara, Degi Harja; Asner, Gregory P.; Aspinwall, Michael; Atkin, Owen; Aubin, Isabelle; Baastrup‐Spohr, Lars; Bahalkeh, Khadijeh; Bahn, Michael; Baker, Timothy; Baker, William J.; Bakker, Jan P.; Baldocchi, Dennis; Baltzer, Jennifer; Banerjee, Arindam; Baranger, Anne; Barlow, Jos; Barneche, Diego R.; Baruch, Zdravko; Bastianelli, Denis; Battles, John; Bauerle, William; Bauters, Marijn; Bazzato, Erika; Beckmann, Michael; Beeckman, Hans; Beierkuhnlein, Carl; Bekker, Renee; Belfry, Gavin; Belluau, Michael; Beloiu, Mirela; Benavides, Raquel; Benomar, Lahcen; Berdugo‐Lattke, Mary Lee; Berenguer, Erika; Bergamin, Rodrigo; Bergmann, Joana; Carlucci, Marcos Bergmann; Berner, Logan; Bernhardt‐Römermann, Markus; Bigler, Christof; Bjorkman, Anne D.; Blackman, Chris; Blanco, Carolina; Blonder, Benjamin; Blumenthal, Dana; Bocanegra‐González, Kelly T.; Boeckx, Pascal; Bohlman, Stephanie; Böhning‐Gaese, Katrin; Boisvert‐Marsh, Laura; Bond, William; Bond‐Lamberty, Ben; Boom, Arnoud; Boonman, Coline C. F.; Bordin, Kauane; Boughton, Elizabeth H.; Boukili, Vanessa; Bowman, David M. J. S.; Bravo, Sandra; Brendel, Marco Richard; Broadley, Martin R.; Brown, Kerry A.; Bruelheide, Helge; Brumnich, Federico; Bruun, Hans Henrik; Bruy, David; Buchanan, Serra W.; Bucher, Solveig Franziska; Buchmann, Nina; Buitenwerf, Robert; Bunker, Daniel E.; Bürger, Jana; Burrascano, Sabina; Burslem, David F. R. P.; Butterfield, Bradley J.; Byun, Chaeho; Marques, Marcia; Scalon, Marina C.; Caccianiga, Marco; Cadotte, Marc; Cailleret, Maxime; Camac, James; Camarero, Jesús Julio; Campany, Courtney; Campetella, Giandiego; Campos, Juan Antonio; Cano‐Arboleda, Laura; Canullo, Roberto; Carbognani, Michele; Carvalho, Fabio; Casanoves, Fernando; Castagneyrol, Bastien; Catford, Jane A.; Cavender‐Bares, Jeannine; Cerabolini, Bruno E. L.; Cervellini, Marco; Chacón‐Madrigal, Eduardo; Chapin, Kenneth; Chapin, F. 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Keywords: SERC; NZP; STRI
Abstract: Plant traits-the morphological, anatomical, physiological, biochemical and phenological characteristics of plants-determine how plants respond to environmental factors, affect other trophic levels, and influence ecosystem properties and their benefits and detriments to people. Plant trait data thus represent the basis for a vast area of research spanning from evolutionary biology, community and functional ecology, to biodiversity conservation, ecosystem and landscape management, restoration, biogeography and earth system modelling. Since its foundation in 2007, the TRY database of plant traits has grown continuously. It now provides unprecedented data coverage under an open access data policy and is the main plant trait database used by the research community worldwide. Increasingly, the TRY database also supports new frontiers of trait-based plant research, including the identification of data gaps and the subsequent mobilization or measurement of new data. To support this development, in this article we evaluate the extent of the trait data compiled in TRY and analyse emerging patterns of data coverage and representativeness. Best species coverage is achieved for categorical traits-almost complete coverage for 'plant growth form'. However, most traits relevant for ecology and vegetation modelling are characterized by continuous intraspecific variation and trait–environmental relationships. These traits have to be measured on individual plants in their respective environment. Despite unprecedented data coverage, we observe a humbling lack of completeness and representativeness of these continuous traits in many aspects. We, therefore, conclude that reducing data gaps and biases in the TRY database remains a key challenge and requires a coordinated approach to data mobilization and trait measurements. This can only be achieved in collaboration with other initiatives.
Coarse root architecture: Neighbourhood and abiotic environmental effects on five tropical tree species growing in mixtures and monoculturesMadsen, ChristopherPotvin, CatherineHall, JeffersonSinacore, KatherineTurner, Benjamin L.Schnabel, Florian2020DOI: info:10.1016/j.foreco.2019.117851Forest Ecology and Managementv. 4601111–110378-1127
Madsen, Christopher, Potvin, Catherine, Hall, Jefferson, Sinacore, Katherine, Turner, Benjamin L., and Schnabel, Florian. 2020. "Coarse root architecture: Neighbourhood and abiotic environmental effects on five tropical tree species growing in mixtures and monocultures." Forest Ecology and Management 460:1–11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2019.117851
ID: 154311
Type: article
Authors: Madsen, Christopher; Potvin, Catherine; Hall, Jefferson; Sinacore, Katherine; Turner, Benjamin L.; Schnabel, Florian
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: Most biodiversity-ecosystem function research focusses above-ground; if it considers roots, it considers fine roots, while coarse roots remain a "black box". We utilized the Sardinilla experiment in Panamá, the oldest tropical tree diversity experiment, to test how species mixtures at the plot and neighbourhood scales and abiotic environmental characteristics affected 7 coarse root traits of 5 tropical tree species. Sardinilla was planted in 2001 with a gradient of native tree species richness of two-, three- and five-species mixtures and their respective monocultures. Root systems of 128 mature trees were excavated 0.5 m radially and one coarse root was fully excavated; unexcavated root lengths were predicted using species-specific allometric relationships. Root traits included the observed traits primary root length, diameter, and number, the number of secondary roots per meter of primary root, predicted root system extent and total predicted length of roots, and coarse root biomass. Tree size scaled positively with most root traits. Species identity (conspecific or heterospecific) and size of near neighbours were found to explain more variation (63.0%) in root traits than abiotic environmental characteristics (30.4%). Trees in waterlogged plots grew fewer, longer roots. Trees reduced root system extent but grew more roots when growing with conspecifics or growing in plots of high soil nitrogen and greater depth to water table. These findings suggest strategies employed by tropical tree species to both reduce competition with neighbours and make the most of local abiotic conditions, bringing us closer to understanding the role of coarse roots in the context of BEF research in forests.
Early indications of success rehabilitating an underperforming teak (Tectona grandis) plantation in Panama through enrichment plantingMarshall, AbigailMcLaughlin, Bailey P.Zerr, CamillaYanguas-Fernández, EstrellaHall, Jefferson S.2020DOI: info:10.1007/s11056-020-09801-6New Forests1191–190169-4286
Marshall, Abigail, McLaughlin, Bailey P., Zerr, Camilla, Yanguas-Fernández, Estrella, and Hall, Jefferson S. 2020. "Early indications of success rehabilitating an underperforming teak (Tectona grandis) plantation in Panama through enrichment planting." New Forests 1–19. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11056-020-09801-6
ID: 156588
Type: article
Authors: Marshall, Abigail; McLaughlin, Bailey P.; Zerr, Camilla; Yanguas-Fernández, Estrella; Hall, Jefferson S.
Keywords: STRI
The global abundance of tree palmsMuscarella, RobertEmilio, ThaisePhillips, Oliver L.Lewis, Simon L.Slik, FerryBaker, William J.Couvreur, Thomas L. P.Eiserhardt, Wolf L.Svenning, Jens-ChristianAffum-Baffoe, KofiAiba, Shin-ichirode Almeida, Everton C.de Almeida, Samuel S.de Oliveira, Edmar AlmeidaAlvarez-Davila, EstebanAlves, Luciana F.Alvez-Valles, Carlos MarianoCarvalho, Fabricio AlvimGuarin, Fernando AlzateAndrade, AnaAragao, Luis E. O. C.Murakami, Alejandro AraujoArroyo, LuzmilaAshton, Peter S.Corredor, Gerardo A. AymardBaker, Timothy R.de Camargo, Plinio BarbosaBarlow, JosBastin, Jean-FrancoisBengone, Natacha NssiBerenguer, ErikaBerry, NicholasBlanc, LilianBoehning-Gaese, KatrinBonal, DamienBongers, FransBradford, MattBrambach, FabianBrearley, Francis Q.Brewer, Steven W.Camargo, Jose L. C.Campbell, David G.Castilho, Carolina V.Castro, WendesonCatchpole, DamienCeron Martinez, Carlos E.Chen, ShengbinChhang, PhourinCho, PercivalChutipong, WanlopClark, ConnieCollins, MurrayComiskey, James A.Medina, Massiel Nataly CorralesCosta, Flavia R. C.Culmsee, HeikeDavid-Higuita, HeribertoDavidar, Priyadel Aguila-Pasquel, JhonDerroire, GeraldineDi Fiore, AnthonyVan Do, TranDoucet, Jean-LouisDourdain, AurelieDrake, Donald R.Ensslin, AndreasErwin, TerryEwango, Corneille E. N.Ewers, Robert M.Fauset, SophieFeldpausch, Ted R.Ferreira, JoiceFerreira, Leandro ValleFischer, MarkusFranklin, JanetFredriksson, Gabriella M.Gillespie, Thomas W.Gilpin, MartinGonmadje, ChristelleGunatilleke, Arachchige Upali NimalHakeem, Khalid RehmanHall, Jefferson S.Hamer, Keith C.Harris, David J.Harrison, Rhett D.Hector, AndrewHemp, AndreasHerault, BrunoPizango, Carlos Gabriel HidalgoCoronado, Euridice N. HonorioHubau, WannesHussain, Mohammad ShahIbrahim, Faridah-HanumImai, NobuoJoly, Carlos A.Joseph, ShijoAnitha, K.Kartawinata, KuswataKassi, JustinKilleen, Timothy J.Kitayama, KanehiroKlitgard, Bente BangKooyman, RobertLabriere, NicolasLarney, EileenLaumonier, YvesLaurance, Susan G.Laurance, William F.Lawes, Michael J.Levesley, AuroraLisingo, JanvierLovejoy, ThomasLovett, Jon C.Lu, XinghuiLykke, Anne MetteMagnusson, William E.Mahayani, Ni Putu DianaMalhi, YadvinderMansor, AsyrafPena, Jose Luis MarceloMarimon-Junior, Ben H.Marshall, Andrew R.Melgaco, KarinaBautista, Casimiro MendozaMihindou, VianetMillet, JeromeMilliken, WilliamMohandass, D.Mendoza, Abel Lorenzo MonteagudoMugerwa, BadruNagamasu, HidetoshiNagy, LaszloSeuaturien, NaretNascimento, Marcelo T.Neill, David A.Neto, Luiz MeniniNilus, RuebenVargas, Mario Percy NunezNurtjahya, Eddyde Araujo, R. Nazare O.Onrizal, OnrizalPalacios, Walter A.Palacios-Ramos, SoniaParren, MarcPaudel, EkanandaMorandi, Paulo S.Pennington, R. TobyPickavance, GeorgiaPipoly,John J.,,IIIPitman, Nigel C. A.Poedjirahajoe, ErnyPoorter, LourensPoulsen, John R.Rama Chandra Prasad, P.Prieto, AdrianaPuyravaud, Jean-PhilippeQie, LanQuesada, Carlos A.Ramirez-Angulo, HirmaRazafimahaimodison, Jean ClaudeReitsma, Jan MeindertRequena-Rojas, Edilson J.Correa, Zorayda RestrepoRodriguez, Carlos ReynelRoopsind, AnandRovero, FrancescoRozak, AndesLleras, Agustin RudasRutishauser, ErvanRutten, GemmaPunchi-Manage, RuwanSalomao, Rafael P.Van Sam, HoangSarker, Swapan KumarSatdichanh, ManichanhSchietti, JulianaSchmitt, Christine B.Marimon, Beatriz SchwantesSenbeta, FeyeraNath Sharma, LilaSheil, DouglasSierra, RodrigoSilva-Espejo, Javier E.Silveira, MarcosSonkE, BonaventureSteininger, Marc K.Steinmetz, RobertStevart, TariqSukumar, RamanSultana, AishaSunderland, Terry C. H.Suresh, Hebbalalu SatyanarayanaTang, JianweiTanner, Edmundter Steege, HansTerborgh, John W.Theilade, IdaTimberlake, JonathanTorres-Lezama, ArmandoUmunay, PeterUriarte, MariaGamarra, Luis Valenzuelavan de Bult, Mariamvan der Hout, PeterMartinez, Rodolfo VasquezVieira, Ima Celia GuimaraesVieira, Simone A.Vilanova, EmilioCayo, Jeanneth VillalobosWang, OpheliaWebb, Campbell O.Webb, Edward L.White, LeeWhitfeld, Timothy J. S.Wich, SergeWillcock, SimonWiser, Susan K.Young, Kenneth R.Zakaria, RahmadZang, RunguoZartman, Charles E.Zo-Bi, Irie CasimirBalslev, Henrik2020DOI: info:10.1111/geb.13123Global Ecology and Biogeographyv. 29No. 9149515141495–15141466-822X
Muscarella, Robert, Emilio, Thaise, Phillips, Oliver L., Lewis, Simon L., Slik, Ferry, Baker, William J., Couvreur, Thomas L. P., Eiserhardt, Wolf L., Svenning, Jens-Christian, Affum-Baffoe, Kofi, Aiba, Shin-ichiro, de Almeida, Everton C., de Almeida, Samuel S., de Oliveira, Edmar Almeida, Alvarez-Davila, Esteban, Alves, Luciana F., Alvez-Valles, Carlos Mariano, Carvalho, Fabricio Alvim, Guarin, Fernando Alzate, Andrade, Ana, Aragao, Luis E. O. C., Murakami, Alejandro Araujo, Arroyo, Luzmila, Ashton, Peter S., Corredor, Gerardo A. Aymard et al. 2020. "The global abundance of tree palms." Global Ecology and Biogeography 29 (9):1495–1514. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13123
ID: 156513
Type: article
Authors: Muscarella, Robert; Emilio, Thaise; Phillips, Oliver L.; Lewis, Simon L.; Slik, Ferry; Baker, William J.; Couvreur, Thomas L. P.; Eiserhardt, Wolf L.; Svenning, Jens-Christian; Affum-Baffoe, Kofi; Aiba, Shin-ichiro; de Almeida, Everton C.; de Almeida, Samuel S.; de Oliveira, Edmar Almeida; Alvarez-Davila, Esteban; Alves, Luciana F.; Alvez-Valles, Carlos Mariano; Carvalho, Fabricio Alvim; Guarin, Fernando Alzate; Andrade, Ana; Aragao, Luis E. O. C.; Murakami, Alejandro Araujo; Arroyo, Luzmila; Ashton, Peter S.; Corredor, Gerardo A. Aymard; Baker, Timothy R.; de Camargo, Plinio Barbosa; Barlow, Jos; Bastin, Jean-Francois; Bengone, Natacha Nssi; Berenguer, Erika; Berry, Nicholas; Blanc, Lilian; Boehning-Gaese, Katrin; Bonal, Damien; Bongers, Frans; Bradford, Matt; Brambach, Fabian; Brearley, Francis Q.; Brewer, Steven W.; Camargo, Jose L. C.; Campbell, David G.; Castilho, Carolina V.; Castro, Wendeson; Catchpole, Damien; Ceron Martinez, Carlos E.; Chen, Shengbin; Chhang, Phourin; Cho, Percival; Chutipong, Wanlop; Clark, Connie; Collins, Murray; Comiskey, James A.; Medina, Massiel Nataly Corrales; Costa, Flavia R. C.; Culmsee, Heike; David-Higuita, Heriberto; Davidar, Priya; del Aguila-Pasquel, Jhon; Derroire, Geraldine; Di Fiore, Anthony; Van Do, Tran; Doucet, Jean-Louis; Dourdain, Aurelie; Drake, Donald R.; Ensslin, Andreas; Erwin, Terry; Ewango, Corneille E. N.; Ewers, Robert M.; Fauset, Sophie; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Ferreira, Joice; Ferreira, Leandro Valle; Fischer, Markus; Franklin, Janet; Fredriksson, Gabriella M.; Gillespie, Thomas W.; Gilpin, Martin; Gonmadje, Christelle; Gunatilleke, Arachchige Upali Nimal; Hakeem, Khalid Rehman; Hall, Jefferson S.; Hamer, Keith C.; Harris, David J.; Harrison, Rhett D.; Hector, Andrew; Hemp, Andreas; Herault, Bruno; Pizango, Carlos Gabriel Hidalgo; Coronado, Euridice N. Honorio; Hubau, Wannes; Hussain, Mohammad Shah; Ibrahim, Faridah-Hanum; Imai, Nobuo; Joly, Carlos A.; Joseph, Shijo; Anitha, K.; Kartawinata, Kuswata; Kassi, Justin; Killeen, Timothy J.; Kitayama, Kanehiro; Klitgard, Bente Bang; Kooyman, Robert; Labriere, Nicolas; Larney, Eileen; Laumonier, Yves; Laurance, Susan G.; Laurance, William F.; Lawes, Michael J.; Levesley, Aurora; Lisingo, Janvier; Lovejoy, Thomas; Lovett, Jon C.; Lu, Xinghui; Lykke, Anne Mette; Magnusson, William E.; Mahayani, Ni Putu Diana; Malhi, Yadvinder; Mansor, Asyraf; Pena, Jose Luis Marcelo; Marimon-Junior, Ben H.; Marshall, Andrew R.; Melgaco, Karina; Bautista, Casimiro Mendoza; Mihindou, Vianet; Millet, Jerome; Milliken, William; Mohandass, D.; Mendoza, Abel Lorenzo Monteagudo; Mugerwa, Badru; Nagamasu, Hidetoshi; Nagy, Laszlo; Seuaturien, Naret; Nascimento, Marcelo T.; Neill, David A.; Neto, Luiz Menini; Nilus, Rueben; Vargas, Mario Percy Nunez; Nurtjahya, Eddy; de Araujo, R. Nazare O.; Onrizal, Onrizal; Palacios, Walter A.; Palacios-Ramos, Sonia; Parren, Marc; Paudel, Ekananda; Morandi, Paulo S.; Pennington, R. Toby; Pickavance, Georgia; Pipoly,John J.,,III; Pitman, Nigel C. A.; Poedjirahajoe, Erny; Poorter, Lourens; Poulsen, John R.; Rama Chandra Prasad, P.; Prieto, Adriana; Puyravaud, Jean-Philippe; Qie, Lan; Quesada, Carlos A.; Ramirez-Angulo, Hirma; Razafimahaimodison, Jean Claude; Reitsma, Jan Meindert; Requena-Rojas, Edilson J.; Correa, Zorayda Restrepo; Rodriguez, Carlos Reynel; Roopsind, Anand; Rovero, Francesco; Rozak, Andes; Lleras, Agustin Rudas; Rutishauser, Ervan; Rutten, Gemma; Punchi-Manage, Ruwan; Salomao, Rafael P.; Van Sam, Hoang; Sarker, Swapan Kumar; Satdichanh, Manichanh; Schietti, Juliana; Schmitt, Christine B.; Marimon, Beatriz Schwantes; Senbeta, Feyera; Nath Sharma, Lila; Sheil, Douglas; Sierra, Rodrigo; Silva-Espejo, Javier E.; Silveira, Marcos; SonkE, Bonaventure; Steininger, Marc K.; Steinmetz, Robert; Stevart, Tariq; Sukumar, Raman; Sultana, Aisha; Sunderland, Terry C. H.; Suresh, Hebbalalu Satyanarayana; Tang, Jianwei; Tanner, Edmund; ter Steege, Hans; Terborgh, John W.; Theilade, Ida; Timberlake, Jonathan; Torres-Lezama, Armando; Umunay, Peter; Uriarte, Maria; Gamarra, Luis Valenzuela; van de Bult, Mariam; van der Hout, Peter; Martinez, Rodolfo Vasquez; Vieira, Ima Celia Guimaraes; Vieira, Simone A.; Vilanova, Emilio; Cayo, Jeanneth Villalobos; Wang, Ophelia; Webb, Campbell O.; Webb, Edward L.; White, Lee; Whitfeld, Timothy J. S.; Wich, Serge; Willcock, Simon; Wiser, Susan K.; Young, Kenneth R.; Zakaria, Rahmad; Zang, Runguo; Zartman, Charles E.; Zo-Bi, Irie Casimir; Balslev, Henrik
Keywords: NZP; STRI; NH-Entomology
Abstract: Aim Palms are an iconic, diverse and often abundant component of tropical ecosystems that provide many ecosystem services. Being monocots, tree palms are evolutionarily, morphologically and physiologically distinct from other trees, and these differences have important consequences for ecosystem services (e.g., carbon sequestration and storage) and in terms of responses to climate change. We quantified global patterns of tree palm relative abundance to help improve understanding of tropical forests and reduce uncertainty about these ecosystems under climate change. Location Tropical and subtropical moist forests. Time period Current. Major taxa studied Palms (Arecaceae). Methods We assembled a pantropical dataset of 2,548 forest plots (covering 1,191 ha) and quantified tree palm (i.e., >= 10 cm diameter at breast height) abundance relative to co-occurring non-palm trees. We compared the relative abundance of tree palms across biogeographical realms and tested for associations with palaeoclimate stability, current climate, edaphic conditions and metrics of forest structure. Results On average, the relative abundance of tree palms was more than five times larger between Neotropical locations and other biogeographical realms. Tree palms were absent in most locations outside the Neotropics but present in >80% of Neotropical locations. The relative abundance of tree palms was more strongly associated with local conditions (e.g., higher mean annual precipitation, lower soil fertility, shallower water table and lower plot mean wood density) than metrics of long-term climate stability. Life-form diversity also influenced the patterns; palm assemblages outside the Neotropics comprise many non-tree (e.g., climbing) palms. Finally, we show that tree palms can influence estimates of above-ground biomass, but the magnitude and direction of the effect require additional work. Conclusions Tree palms are not only quintessentially tropical, but they are also overwhelmingly Neotropical. Future work to understand the contributions of tree palms to biomass estimates and carbon cycling will be particularly crucial in Neotropical forests.
Long-term thermal sensitivity of Earth's tropical forestsSullivan, Martin J. P.Lewis, Simon L.Affum-Baffoe, KofiCastilho, CarolinaCosta, FláviaSanchez, Aida CuniEwango, Corneille E. N.Hubau, WannesMarimon, BeatrizMonteagudo-Mendoza, AbelQie, LanSonké, BonaventureMartinez, Rodolfo VasquezBaker, Timothy R.Brienen, Roel J. W.Feldpausch, Ted R.Galbraith, DavidGloor, ManuelMalhi, YadvinderAiba, Shin-ichiroAlexiades, Miguel N.Almeida, Everton C.de Oliveira, Edmar AlmeidaDávila, Esteban ÁlvarezLoayza, Patricia AlvarezAndrade, AnaVieira, Simone AparecidaAragão, Luiz E. O. C.Araujo-Murakami, AlejandroArets, Eric J. M. M.Arroyo, LuzmilaAshton, PeterAymard C., GerardoBaccaro, Fabrício B.Banin, Lindsay F.Baraloto, ChristopherCamargo, Plínio BarbosaBarlow, JosBarroso, JorcelyBastin, Jean-FrançoisBatterman, Sarah A.Beeckman, HansBegne, Serge K.Bennett, Amy C.Berenguer, ErikaBerry, NicholasBlanc, LilianBoeckx, PascalBogaert, JanBonal, DamienBongers, FransBradford, MattBrearley, Francis Q.Brncic, TerryBrown, FosterBurban, BenoitCamargo, José LuísCastro, WendesonCéron, CarlosRibeiro, Sabina CerrutoMoscoso, Victor ChamaChave, JerômeChezeaux, EricClark, Connie J.de Souza, Fernanda CoelhoCollins, MurrayComiskey, James A.Valverde, Fernando CornejoMedina, Massiel CorralesDa Costa, LolaDančák, MartinDargie, Greta C.Davies, StuartCardozo, Nallaret Davilade Haulleville, Thalesde Medeiros, Marcelo Brilhantedel Aguila Pasquel, JhonDerroire, GéraldineDi Fiore, AnthonyDoucet, Jean-LouisDourdain, AurélieDroissart, VincentDuque, Luisa FernandaEkoungoulou, RomeoElias, FernandoErwin, TerryEsquivel-Muelbert, AdrianeFauset, SophieFerreira, JoiceLlampazo, Gerardo FloresFoli, ErnestFord, AndrewGilpin, MartinHall, Jefferson S.Hamer, Keith C.Hamilton, Alan C.Harris, David J.Hart, Terese B.Hédl, RadimHerault, BrunoHerrera, RafaelHiguchi, NiroHladik, AnnetteCoronado, Eurídice HonorioHuamantupa-Chuquimaco, IsauHuasco, Walter HuaracaJeffery, Kathryn J.Jimenez-Rojas, ElianaKalamandeen, MichelleDjuikouo, Marie Noël KamdemKearsley, ElizabethUmetsu, Ricardo KeichiKho, Lip KhoonKilleen, TimothyKitayama, KanehiroKlitgaard, BenteKoch, AlexanderLabrière, NicolasLaurance, WilliamLaurance, SusanLeal, Miguel E.Levesley, AuroraLima, Adriano J. N.Lisingo, JanvierLopes, Aline P.Lopez-Gonzalez, GabrielaLovejoy, TomLovett, Jon C.Lowe, RichardMagnusson, William E.Malumbres-Olarte, JagobaManzatto, Ângelo GilbertoMarimon, Ben HurMarshall, Andrew R.Marthews, Tobyde Almeida Reis, Simone MatiasMaycock, ColinMelgaço, KarinaMendoza, CasimiroMetali, FaizahMihindou, VianetMilliken, WilliamMitchard, Edward T. A.Morandi, Paulo S.Mossman, Hannah L.Nagy, LaszloNascimento, HenriqueNeill, DavidNilus, ReubenVargas, Percy NúñezPalacios, WalterCamacho, Nadir PallquiPeacock, JuliePendry, ColinPeñuela Mora, Maria CristinaPickavance, Georgia C.Pipoly, JohnPitman, NigelPlayfair, MaureenPoorter, LourensPoulsen, John R.Poulsen, Axel DalbergPreziosi, RichardPrieto, AdrianaPrimack, Richard B.Ramírez-Angulo, HirmaReitsma, JanRéjou-Méchain, MaximeCorrea, Zorayda Restrepode Sousa, Thaiane RodriguesBayona, Lily RodriguezRoopsind, AnandRudas, AgustínRutishauser, ErvanAbu Salim, KamariahSalomão, Rafael P.Schietti, JulianaSheil, DouglasSilva, Richarlly C.Espejo, Javier SilvaValeria, Camila SilvaSilveira, MarcosSimo-Droissart, MurielleSimon, Marcelo FragomeniSingh, JamesSoto Shareva, Yahn CarlosStahl, ClementStropp, JulianaSukri, RahayuSunderland, TerrySvátek, MartinSwaine, Michael D.Swamy, VarunTaedoumg, HermannTalbot, JoeyTaplin, JamesTaylor, Davidter Steege, HansTerborgh, JohnThomas, RaquelThomas, Sean C.Torres-Lezama, ArmandoUmunay, PeterGamarra, Luis Valenzuelavan der Heijden, Geertjevan der Hout, Petervan der Meer, Petervan Nieuwstadt, MarkVerbeeck, HansVernimmen, RonaldVicentini, AlbertoVieira, Ima Célia GuimarãesTorre, Emilio VilanovaVleminckx, JasonVos, VincentWang, OpheliaWhite, Lee J. T.Willcock, SimonWoods, John T.Wortel, VerginiaYoung, KennethZagt, RoderickZemagho, LiseZuidema, Pieter A.Zwerts, Joeri A.Phillips, Oliver L.2020DOI: info:10.1126/science.aaw7578Sciencev. 368No. 6493869874869–8741095-9203
Sullivan, Martin J. P., Lewis, Simon L., Affum-Baffoe, Kofi, Castilho, Carolina, Costa, Flávia, Sanchez, Aida Cuni, Ewango, Corneille E. N., Hubau, Wannes, Marimon, Beatriz, Monteagudo-Mendoza, Abel, Qie, Lan, Sonké, Bonaventure, Martinez, Rodolfo Vasquez, Baker, Timothy R., Brienen, Roel J. W., Feldpausch, Ted R., Galbraith, David, Gloor, Manuel, Malhi, Yadvinder, Aiba, Shin-ichiro, Alexiades, Miguel N., Almeida, Everton C., de Oliveira, Edmar Almeida, Dávila, Esteban Álvarez, Loayza, Patricia Alvarez et al. 2020. "Long-term thermal sensitivity of Earth's tropical forests." Science 368 (6493):869–874. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aaw7578
ID: 155896
Type: article
Authors: Sullivan, Martin J. P.; Lewis, Simon L.; Affum-Baffoe, Kofi; Castilho, Carolina; Costa, Flávia; Sanchez, Aida Cuni; Ewango, Corneille E. N.; Hubau, Wannes; Marimon, Beatriz; Monteagudo-Mendoza, Abel; Qie, Lan; Sonké, Bonaventure; Martinez, Rodolfo Vasquez; Baker, Timothy R.; Brienen, Roel J. W.; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Galbraith, David; Gloor, Manuel; Malhi, Yadvinder; Aiba, Shin-ichiro; Alexiades, Miguel N.; Almeida, Everton C.; de Oliveira, Edmar Almeida; Dávila, Esteban Álvarez; Loayza, Patricia Alvarez; Andrade, Ana; Vieira, Simone Aparecida; Aragão, Luiz E. O. C.; Araujo-Murakami, Alejandro; Arets, Eric J. M. M.; Arroyo, Luzmila; Ashton, Peter; Aymard C., Gerardo; Baccaro, Fabrício B.; Banin, Lindsay F.; Baraloto, Christopher; Camargo, Plínio Barbosa; Barlow, Jos; Barroso, Jorcely; Bastin, Jean-François; Batterman, Sarah A.; Beeckman, Hans; Begne, Serge K.; Bennett, Amy C.; Berenguer, Erika; Berry, Nicholas; Blanc, Lilian; Boeckx, Pascal; Bogaert, Jan; Bonal, Damien; Bongers, Frans; Bradford, Matt; Brearley, Francis Q.; Brncic, Terry; Brown, Foster; Burban, Benoit; Camargo, José Luís; Castro, Wendeson; Céron, Carlos; Ribeiro, Sabina Cerruto; Moscoso, Victor Chama; Chave, Jerôme; Chezeaux, Eric; Clark, Connie J.; de Souza, Fernanda Coelho; Collins, Murray; Comiskey, James A.; Valverde, Fernando Cornejo; Medina, Massiel Corrales; Da Costa, Lola; Dančák, Martin; Dargie, Greta C.; Davies, Stuart; Cardozo, Nallaret Davila; de Haulleville, Thales; de Medeiros, Marcelo Brilhante; del Aguila Pasquel, Jhon; Derroire, Géraldine; Di Fiore, Anthony; Doucet, Jean-Louis; Dourdain, Aurélie; Droissart, Vincent; Duque, Luisa Fernanda; Ekoungoulou, Romeo; Elias, Fernando; Erwin, Terry; Esquivel-Muelbert, Adriane; Fauset, Sophie; Ferreira, Joice; Llampazo, Gerardo Flores; Foli, Ernest; Ford, Andrew; Gilpin, Martin; Hall, Jefferson S.; Hamer, Keith C.; Hamilton, Alan C.; Harris, David J.; Hart, Terese B.; Hédl, Radim; Herault, Bruno; Herrera, Rafael; Higuchi, Niro; Hladik, Annette; Coronado, Eurídice Honorio; Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, Isau; Huasco, Walter Huaraca; Jeffery, Kathryn J.; Jimenez-Rojas, Eliana; Kalamandeen, Michelle; Djuikouo, Marie Noël Kamdem; Kearsley, Elizabeth; Umetsu, Ricardo Keichi; Kho, Lip Khoon; Killeen, Timothy; Kitayama, Kanehiro; Klitgaard, Bente; Koch, Alexander; Labrière, Nicolas; Laurance, William; Laurance, Susan; Leal, Miguel E.; Levesley, Aurora; Lima, Adriano J. N.; Lisingo, Janvier; Lopes, Aline P.; Lopez-Gonzalez, Gabriela; Lovejoy, Tom; Lovett, Jon C.; Lowe, Richard; Magnusson, William E.; Malumbres-Olarte, Jagoba; Manzatto, Ângelo Gilberto; Marimon, Ben Hur; Marshall, Andrew R.; Marthews, Toby; de Almeida Reis, Simone Matias; Maycock, Colin; Melgaço, Karina; Mendoza, Casimiro; Metali, Faizah; Mihindou, Vianet; Milliken, William; Mitchard, Edward T. A.; Morandi, Paulo S.; Mossman, Hannah L.; Nagy, Laszlo; Nascimento, Henrique; Neill, David; Nilus, Reuben; Vargas, Percy Núñez; Palacios, Walter; Camacho, Nadir Pallqui; Peacock, Julie; Pendry, Colin; Peñuela Mora, Maria Cristina; Pickavance, Georgia C.; Pipoly, John; Pitman, Nigel; Playfair, Maureen; Poorter, Lourens; Poulsen, John R.; Poulsen, Axel Dalberg; Preziosi, Richard; Prieto, Adriana; Primack, Richard B.; Ramírez-Angulo, Hirma; Reitsma, Jan; Réjou-Méchain, Maxime; Correa, Zorayda Restrepo; de Sousa, Thaiane Rodrigues; Bayona, Lily Rodriguez; Roopsind, Anand; Rudas, Agustín; Rutishauser, Ervan; Abu Salim, Kamariah; Salomão, Rafael P.; Schietti, Juliana; Sheil, Douglas; Silva, Richarlly C.; Espejo, Javier Silva; Valeria, Camila Silva; Silveira, Marcos; Simo-Droissart, Murielle; Simon, Marcelo Fragomeni; Singh, James; Soto Shareva, Yahn Carlos; Stahl, Clement; Stropp, Juliana; Sukri, Rahayu; Sunderland, Terry; Svátek, Martin; Swaine, Michael D.; Swamy, Varun; Taedoumg, Hermann; Talbot, Joey; Taplin, James; Taylor, David; ter Steege, Hans; Terborgh, John; Thomas, Raquel; Thomas, Sean C.; Torres-Lezama, Armando; Umunay, Peter; Gamarra, Luis Valenzuela; van der Heijden, Geertje; van der Hout, Peter; van der Meer, Peter; van Nieuwstadt, Mark; Verbeeck, Hans; Vernimmen, Ronald; Vicentini, Alberto; Vieira, Ima Célia Guimarães; Torre, Emilio Vilanova; Vleminckx, Jason; Vos, Vincent; Wang, Ophelia; White, Lee J. T.; Willcock, Simon; Woods, John T.; Wortel, Verginia; Young, Kenneth; Zagt, Roderick; Zemagho, Lise; Zuidema, Pieter A.; Zwerts, Joeri A.; Phillips, Oliver L.
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: A key uncertainty in climate change models is the thermal sensitivity of tropical forests and how this value might influence carbon fluxes. Sullivan et al. measured carbon stocks and fluxes in permanent forest plots distributed globally. This synthesis of plot networks across climatic and biogeographic gradients shows that forest thermal sensitivity is dominated by high daytime temperatures. This extreme condition depresses growth rates and shortens the time that carbon resides in the ecosystem by killing trees under hot, dry conditions. The effect of temperature is worse above 32°C, and a greater magnitude of climate change thus risks greater loss of tropical forest carbon stocks. Nevertheless, forest carbon stocks are likely to remain higher under moderate climate change if they are protected from direct impacts such as clearance, logging, or fires.Science, this issue p. 869The sensitivity of tropical forest carbon to climate is a key uncertainty in predicting global climate change. Although short-term drying and warming are known to affect forests, it is unknown if such effects translate into long-term responses. Here, we analyze 590 permanent plots measured across the tropics to derive the equilibrium climate controls on forest carbon. Maximum temperature is the most important predictor of aboveground biomass (âˆ'9.1 megagrams of carbon per hectare per degree Celsius), primarily by reducing woody productivity, and has a greater impact per °C in the hottest forests (>32.2°C). Our results nevertheless reveal greater thermal resilience than observations of short-term variation imply. To realize the long-term climate adaptation potential of tropical forests requires both protecting them and stabilizing Earth’s climate.
Long-term thermal sensitivity of Earth's tropical forestsSullivan, Martin J. P.Lewis, Simon L.Affum-Baffoe, KofiCastilho, CarolinaCosta, FlaviaSanchez, Aida CuniEwango, Corneille E. N.Hubau, WannesMarimon, BeatrizMonteagudo-Mendoza, AbelQie, LanSonkE, BonaventureVasquez Martinez, RodolfoBaker, Timothy R.Brienen, Roel J. W.Feldpausch, Ted R.Galbraith, DavidGloor, ManuelMalhi, YadvinderAiba, Shin-ichiroAlexiades, Miguel N.Almeida, Everton C.de Oliveira, Edmar AlmeidaAlvarez Davila, EstebanLoayza, Patricia AlvarezAndrade, AnaVieira, Simone AparecidaAragao, Luiz E. O. C.Araujo-Murakami, AlejandroArets, Eric J. M. M.Arroyo, LuzmilaAshton, PeterAymard, Gerardo C.Baccaro, Fabricio B.Banin, Lindsay F.Baraloto, ChristopherCamargo, Plinio BarbosaBarlow, JosBarroso, JorcelyBastin, Jean-FrancoisBatterman, Sarah A.Beeckman, HansBegne, Serge K.Bennett, Amy C.Berenguer, ErikaBerry, NicholasBlanc, LilianBoeckx, PascalBogaert, JanBonal, DamienBongers, FransBradford, MattBrearley, Francis Q.Brncic, TerryBrown, FosterBurban, BenoitCamargo, Jose LuisCastro, WendesonCeron, CarlosRibeiro, Sabina CerrutoMoscoso, Victor ChamaChave, JeromeChezeaux, EricClark, Connie J.de Souza, Fernanda CoelhoCollins, MurrayComiskey, James A.Cornejo Valverde, FernandoCorrales Medina, MassielDa Costa, LolaDancak, MartinDargie, Greta C.Davies, StuartDavila Cardozo, Nallaretde Haulleville, Thalesde Medeiros, Marcelo Brilhantedel Aguila Pasquel, JhonDerroire, GeraldineDi Fiore, AnthonyDoucet, Jean-LouisDourdain, AurelieDroissart, VincentFernanda Duque, LuisaEkoungoulou, RomeoElias, FernandoErwin, TerryEsquivel-Muelbert, AdrianeFauset, SophieFerreira, JoiceFlores Llampazo, GerardoFoli, ErnestFord, AndrewGilpin, MartinHall, Jefferson S.Hamer, Keith C.Hamilton, Alan C.Harris, David J.Hart, Terese B.Hedl, RadimHerault, BrunoHerrera, RafaelHiguchi, NiroHladik, AnnetteHonorio Coronado, EuridiceHuamantupa-Chuquimaco, IsauHuaraca Huasco, WalterJeffery, Kathryn J.Jimenez-Rojas, ElianaKalamandeen, MichelleDjuikouo, Marie Noel KamdemKearsley, ElizabethUmetsu, Ricardo KeichiKho, Lip KhoonKilleen, TimothyKitayama, KanehiroKlitgaard, BenteKoch, AlexanderLabriere, NicolasLaurance, WilliamLaurance, SusanLeal, Miguel E.Levesley, AuroraLima, Adriano J. N.Lisingo, JanvierLopes, Aline P.Lopez-Gonzalez, GabrielaLovejoy, TomLovett, Jon C.Lowe, RichardMagnusson, William E.Malumbres-Olarte, JagobaManzatto, Angelo GilbertoMarimon, Ben Hur, Jr.Marshall, Andrew R.Marthews, Tobyde Almeida Reis, Simone MatiasMaycock, ColinMelgaco, KarinaMendoza, CasimiroMetali, FaizahMihindou, VianetMilliken, WilliamMitchard, Edward T. A.Morandi, Paulo S.Mossman, Hannah L.Nagy, LaszloNascimento, HenriqueNeill, DavidNilus, ReubenNunez Vargas, PercyPalacios, WalterCamacho, Nadir PallquiPeacock, JuliePendry, ColinPenuela Mora, Maria CristinaPickavance, Georgia C.Pipoly, JohnPitman, NigelPlayfair, MaureenPoorter, LourensPoulsen, John R.Poulsen, Axel DalbergPreziosi, RichardPrieto, AdrianaPrimack, Richard B.Ramirez-Angulo, HirmaReitsma, JanRejou-Mechain, MaximeRestrepo Correa, Zoraydade Sousa, Thaiane RodriguesRodriguez Bayona, LilyRoopsind, AnandRudas, AgustinRutishauser, ErvanAbu Salim, KamariahSalomao, Rafael P.Schietti, JulianaSheil, DouglasSilva, Richarlly C.Silva Espejo, JavierValeria, Camila SilvaSilveira, MarcosSimo-Droissart, MurielleSimon, Marcelo FragomeniSingh, JamesSoto Shareva, Yahn CarlosStahl, ClementStropp, JulianaSukri, RahayuSunderland, TerrySvatek, MartinSwaine, Michael D.Swamy, VarunTaedoumg, HermannTalbot, JoeyTaplin, JamesTaylor, Davidter Steege, HansTerborgh, JohnThomas, RaquelThomas, Sean C.Torres-Lezama, ArmandoUmunay, PeterValenzuela Gamarra, Luisvan der Heijden, Geertjevan der Hout, Petervan der Meer, Petervan Nieuwstadt, MarkVerbeeck, HansVernimmen, RonaldVicentini, AlbertoGuimaraes Vieira, Ima CeliaTorre, Emilio VilanovaVleminckx, JasonVos, VincentWang, OpheliaWhite, Lee J. T.Willcock, SimonWoods, John T.Wortel, VerginiaYoung, KennethZagt, RoderickZemagho, LiseZuidema, Pieter A.Zwerts, Joeri A.Phillips, Oliver L.2020DOI: info:10.1126/science.aaw7578Sciencev. 368No. 6493869874869–8740036-8075
Sullivan, Martin J. P., Lewis, Simon L., Affum-Baffoe, Kofi, Castilho, Carolina, Costa, Flavia, Sanchez, Aida Cuni, Ewango, Corneille E. N., Hubau, Wannes, Marimon, Beatriz, Monteagudo-Mendoza, Abel, Qie, Lan, SonkE, Bonaventure, Vasquez Martinez, Rodolfo, Baker, Timothy R., Brienen, Roel J. W., Feldpausch, Ted R., Galbraith, David, Gloor, Manuel, Malhi, Yadvinder, Aiba, Shin-ichiro, Alexiades, Miguel N., Almeida, Everton C., de Oliveira, Edmar Almeida, Alvarez Davila, Esteban, Loayza, Patricia Alvarez et al. 2020. "Long-term thermal sensitivity of Earth's tropical forests." Science 368 (6493):869–874. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aaw7578
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Authors: Sullivan, Martin J. P.; Lewis, Simon L.; Affum-Baffoe, Kofi; Castilho, Carolina; Costa, Flavia; Sanchez, Aida Cuni; Ewango, Corneille E. N.; Hubau, Wannes; Marimon, Beatriz; Monteagudo-Mendoza, Abel; Qie, Lan; SonkE, Bonaventure; Vasquez Martinez, Rodolfo; Baker, Timothy R.; Brienen, Roel J. W.; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Galbraith, David; Gloor, Manuel; Malhi, Yadvinder; Aiba, Shin-ichiro; Alexiades, Miguel N.; Almeida, Everton C.; de Oliveira, Edmar Almeida; Alvarez Davila, Esteban; Loayza, Patricia Alvarez; Andrade, Ana; Vieira, Simone Aparecida; Aragao, Luiz E. O. C.; Araujo-Murakami, Alejandro; Arets, Eric J. M. M.; Arroyo, Luzmila; Ashton, Peter; Aymard, Gerardo C.; Baccaro, Fabricio B.; Banin, Lindsay F.; Baraloto, Christopher; Camargo, Plinio Barbosa; Barlow, Jos; Barroso, Jorcely; Bastin, Jean-Francois; Batterman, Sarah A.; Beeckman, Hans; Begne, Serge K.; Bennett, Amy C.; Berenguer, Erika; Berry, Nicholas; Blanc, Lilian; Boeckx, Pascal; Bogaert, Jan; Bonal, Damien; Bongers, Frans; Bradford, Matt; Brearley, Francis Q.; Brncic, Terry; Brown, Foster; Burban, Benoit; Camargo, Jose Luis; Castro, Wendeson; Ceron, Carlos; Ribeiro, Sabina Cerruto; Moscoso, Victor Chama; Chave, Jerome; Chezeaux, Eric; Clark, Connie J.; de Souza, Fernanda Coelho; Collins, Murray; Comiskey, James A.; Cornejo Valverde, Fernando; Corrales Medina, Massiel; Da Costa, Lola; Dancak, Martin; Dargie, Greta C.; Davies, Stuart; Davila Cardozo, Nallaret; de Haulleville, Thales; de Medeiros, Marcelo Brilhante; del Aguila Pasquel, Jhon; Derroire, Geraldine; Di Fiore, Anthony; Doucet, Jean-Louis; Dourdain, Aurelie; Droissart, Vincent; Fernanda Duque, Luisa; Ekoungoulou, Romeo; Elias, Fernando; Erwin, Terry; Esquivel-Muelbert, Adriane; Fauset, Sophie; Ferreira, Joice; Flores Llampazo, Gerardo; Foli, Ernest; Ford, Andrew; Gilpin, Martin; Hall, Jefferson S.; Hamer, Keith C.; Hamilton, Alan C.; Harris, David J.; Hart, Terese B.; Hedl, Radim; Herault, Bruno; Herrera, Rafael; Higuchi, Niro; Hladik, Annette; Honorio Coronado, Euridice; Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, Isau; Huaraca Huasco, Walter; Jeffery, Kathryn J.; Jimenez-Rojas, Eliana; Kalamandeen, Michelle; Djuikouo, Marie Noel Kamdem; Kearsley, Elizabeth; Umetsu, Ricardo Keichi; Kho, Lip Khoon; Killeen, Timothy; Kitayama, Kanehiro; Klitgaard, Bente; Koch, Alexander; Labriere, Nicolas; Laurance, William; Laurance, Susan; Leal, Miguel E.; Levesley, Aurora; Lima, Adriano J. N.; Lisingo, Janvier; Lopes, Aline P.; Lopez-Gonzalez, Gabriela; Lovejoy, Tom; Lovett, Jon C.; Lowe, Richard; Magnusson, William E.; Malumbres-Olarte, Jagoba; Manzatto, Angelo Gilberto; Marimon, Ben Hur, Jr.; Marshall, Andrew R.; Marthews, Toby; de Almeida Reis, Simone Matias; Maycock, Colin; Melgaco, Karina; Mendoza, Casimiro; Metali, Faizah; Mihindou, Vianet; Milliken, William; Mitchard, Edward T. A.; Morandi, Paulo S.; Mossman, Hannah L.; Nagy, Laszlo; Nascimento, Henrique; Neill, David; Nilus, Reuben; Nunez Vargas, Percy; Palacios, Walter; Camacho, Nadir Pallqui; Peacock, Julie; Pendry, Colin; Penuela Mora, Maria Cristina; Pickavance, Georgia C.; Pipoly, John; Pitman, Nigel; Playfair, Maureen; Poorter, Lourens; Poulsen, John R.; Poulsen, Axel Dalberg; Preziosi, Richard; Prieto, Adriana; Primack, Richard B.; Ramirez-Angulo, Hirma; Reitsma, Jan; Rejou-Mechain, Maxime; Restrepo Correa, Zorayda; de Sousa, Thaiane Rodrigues; Rodriguez Bayona, Lily; Roopsind, Anand; Rudas, Agustin; Rutishauser, Ervan; Abu Salim, Kamariah; Salomao, Rafael P.; Schietti, Juliana; Sheil, Douglas; Silva, Richarlly C.; Silva Espejo, Javier; Valeria, Camila Silva; Silveira, Marcos; Simo-Droissart, Murielle; Simon, Marcelo Fragomeni; Singh, James; Soto Shareva, Yahn Carlos; Stahl, Clement; Stropp, Juliana; Sukri, Rahayu; Sunderland, Terry; Svatek, Martin; Swaine, Michael D.; Swamy, Varun; Taedoumg, Hermann; Talbot, Joey; Taplin, James; Taylor, David; ter Steege, Hans; Terborgh, John; Thomas, Raquel; Thomas, Sean C.; Torres-Lezama, Armando; Umunay, Peter; Valenzuela Gamarra, Luis; van der Heijden, Geertje; van der Hout, Peter; van der Meer, Peter; van Nieuwstadt, Mark; Verbeeck, Hans; Vernimmen, Ronald; Vicentini, Alberto; Guimaraes Vieira, Ima Celia; Torre, Emilio Vilanova; Vleminckx, Jason; Vos, Vincent; Wang, Ophelia; White, Lee J. T.; Willcock, Simon; Woods, John T.; Wortel, Verginia; Young, Kenneth; Zagt, Roderick; Zemagho, Lise; Zuidema, Pieter A.; Zwerts, Joeri A.; Phillips, Oliver L.
Keywords: STRI; NZP; NMNH; NH-Entomology
Abstract: The sensitivity of tropical forest carbon to climate is a key uncertainty in predicting global climate change. Although short-term drying and warming are known to affect forests, it is unknown if such effects translate into long-term responses. Here, we analyze 590 permanent plots measured across the tropics to derive the equilibrium climate controls on forest carbon. Maximum temperature is the most important predictor of aboveground biomass (-9.1 megagrams of carbon per hectare per degree Celsius), primarily by reducing woody productivity, and has a greater impact per degrees C in the hottest forests (>32.2 degrees C). Our results nevertheless reveal greater thermal resilience than observations of short-term variation imply. To realize the long-term climate adaptation potential of tropical forests requires both protecting them and stabilizing Earth's climate.
Assessing ecological infrastructure investmentsAdamowicz, WiktorCalderon-Etter, LauraEntem, AliciaFenichel, Eli P.Hall, Jefferson S.Lloyd-Smith, PatrickOgden, Fred L.Regina, Jason A.Rad, Mani RouhiStallard, Robert F.2019DOI: info:10.1073/pnas.1802883116Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciencesv. 116No. 12525452615254–52610027-8424
Adamowicz, Wiktor, Calderon-Etter, Laura, Entem, Alicia, Fenichel, Eli P., Hall, Jefferson S., Lloyd-Smith, Patrick, Ogden, Fred L., Regina, Jason A., Rad, Mani Rouhi, and Stallard, Robert F. 2019. "Assessing ecological infrastructure investments." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (12):5254–5261. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1802883116
ID: 150713
Type: article
Authors: Adamowicz, Wiktor; Calderon-Etter, Laura; Entem, Alicia; Fenichel, Eli P.; Hall, Jefferson S.; Lloyd-Smith, Patrick; Ogden, Fred L.; Regina, Jason A.; Rad, Mani Rouhi; Stallard, Robert F.
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Abstract: Conventional markets can underprovide ecosystem services. Deliberate creation of a market for ecosystem services e.g., a payments for ecosystem services (PES) scheme] can close the gap. The new ecosystem service market alters behaviors and quantities of ecosystem service provided and reveals prices for the ecosystems service: a market-clearing equilibrium. Assessing the potential for PES programs, which often act as ecological infrastructure investment mechanisms, requires forecasting the market-clearing equilibrium. Forecasting the equilibrium is complicated, especially at relevant social and ecological scales. It requires greater disciplinary integration than valuing ecosystem services or computing the marginal cost of making a land-use change to produce a service. We conduct an ex ante benefit–cost assessment and forecast market-clearing prices and quantities for ecological infrastructure investment contracts in the Panama Canal Watershed. The Panama Canal Authority could offer contracts to private farmers to change land use to increase dry-season water flow and reduce sedimentation. A feasible voluntary contracting system yields a small program of about 1,840 ha of land conversion in a 279,000-ha watershed and generates a 4.9 benefit–cost ratio. Physical and social constraints limit market supply and scalability. Service delays, caused by lags between the time payments must be made and the time services stemming from ecosystem change are realized, hinder program feasibility. Targeting opportunities raise the benefit–cost ratio but reduce the hectares likely to be converted. We compare and contrast our results with prior state-of-the-art assessments on this system.
Do lianas shape ant communities in an early successional tropical forest?Adams, Benjamin J.Gora, Evan M.Breugel, Michiel vanEstrada‐Villegas, SergioSchnitzer, Stefan A.Hall, Jefferson S.Yanoviak, Stephen P.2019DOI: info:10.1111/btp.12709Biotropica191–90006-3606
Adams, Benjamin J., Gora, Evan M., Breugel, Michiel van, Estrada‐Villegas, Sergio, Schnitzer, Stefan A., Hall, Jefferson S., and Yanoviak, Stephen P. 2019. "Do lianas shape ant communities in an early successional tropical forest?." Biotropica 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1111/btp.12709
ID: 152689
Type: article
Authors: Adams, Benjamin J.; Gora, Evan M.; Breugel, Michiel van; Estrada‐Villegas, Sergio; Schnitzer, Stefan A.; Hall, Jefferson S.; Yanoviak, Stephen P.
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: Almost half of lowland tropical forests are at various stages of regeneration following deforestation or fragmentation. Changes in tree communities along successional gradients have predictable bottom-up effects on consumers. Liana (woody vine) assemblages also change with succession, but their effects on animal succession remain unexplored. Here we used a large-scale liana removal experiment across a forest successional chronosequence (7–31 years) to determine the importance of lianas to ant community structure. We conducted 1,088 surveys of ants foraging on and living in trees using tree trunk baiting and hand-collecting techniques at 34 paired forest plots, half of which had all lianas removed. Ant species composition, β-diversity, and species richness were not affected by liana removal; however, ant species co-occurrence (the coexistence of two or more species in a single tree) was more frequent in control plots, where lianas were present, versus removal plots. Forest stand age had a larger effect on ant community structure than the presence of lianas. Mean ant species richness in a forest plot increased by ca. 10% with increasing forest age across the 31-year chronosequence. Ant surveys from forest >20 years old included more canopy specialists and fewer ground-nesting ant species versus those from forests <20 years old. Consequently, lianas had a minimal effect on arboreal ant communities in this early successional forest, where rapidly changing tree community structure was more important to ant species richness and composition.
Edaphic factors and initial conditions influence successional trajectories of early regenerating tropical dry forestsEstrada‐Villegas, SergioBailón, MarioHall, Jefferson S.Schnitzer, Stefan A.Turner, Benjamin L.Caughlin, TrevorBreugel, Michiel van2019DOI: info:10.1111/1365-2745.13263Journal of Ecology1151–150022-0477
Estrada‐Villegas, Sergio, Bailón, Mario, Hall, Jefferson S., Schnitzer, Stefan A., Turner, Benjamin L., Caughlin, Trevor, and Breugel, Michiel van. 2019. "Edaphic factors and initial conditions influence successional trajectories of early regenerating tropical dry forests." Journal of Ecology 1–15. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.13263
ID: 152190
Type: article
Authors: Estrada‐Villegas, Sergio; Bailón, Mario; Hall, Jefferson S.; Schnitzer, Stefan A.; Turner, Benjamin L.; Caughlin, Trevor; Breugel, Michiel van
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: Edaphic factors and initial conditions can regulate the speed of forest succession. Edaphic factors, which include soil chemistry and topography, determine soil resource availability and can filter species as forests mature. Initial plant cover early in succession can determine the rates at which secondary forests change in structure, richness, biomass and composition over time. While some of the effects of edaphic factors and initial conditions on forest succession have been studied, how they simultaneously modify young regenerating tropical forest has rarely been examined. We surveyed 22 young forests plots in Panama for 7 years (11, 6 and 3-year-old stands when censuses began). We study how tree and liana species composition change early in succession, as well as how edaphic factors (soil nutrients and topography) and initial conditions (initial basal area and forest canopy cover) influence changes in tree and liana abundance, species richness, biomass and composition throughout succession. We found that edaphic factors and initial conditions explained up to 45% of the variation in the successional trajectories for trees and lianas. Soil nutrients had a significant positive effect on the changes in tree biomass accretion, while topography significantly contributed to community similarity of large lianas over time. Initial basal area had a significant negative effect on the changes in sapling abundance and tree richness over time and a positive marginal effect on tree biomass accretion. Forest canopy cover only had a positive marginal effect on changes in sapling abundance. Tree abundance, biomass and richness increased over time, while sapling abundance, biomass and richness remained stable or decreased, probably due to community thinning. However, changes over time of small and large lianas diverged, probably due to differential resource availability that affected lianas but not trees. Synthesis. Soil fertility, topography and initial basal area influence early forest regeneration. Higher soil fertility can allow trees to fix carbon faster, and lianas might show habitat association to ridges and slopes. Basal area can determine how fast saplings and trees change in abundance, richness and biomass over time by possibly affecting space availability for recruitment and light availability for growth.
Incentive Systems for Forest-Based Ecosystem Services with Missing Financial Service MarketsFenichel, Eli P.Adamowicz, WiktorAshton, Mark S.Hall, Jefferson S.2019DOI: info:10.1086/701698Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economistsv. 6No. 2319347319–3472333-5955
Fenichel, Eli P., Adamowicz, Wiktor, Ashton, Mark S., and Hall, Jefferson S. 2019. "Incentive Systems for Forest-Based Ecosystem Services with Missing Financial Service Markets." Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 6 (2):319–347. https://doi.org/10.1086/701698
ID: 150712
Type: article
Authors: Fenichel, Eli P.; Adamowicz, Wiktor; Ashton, Mark S.; Hall, Jefferson S.
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: Payments for ecosystem services (PES) is a popular paradigm to address underprovision of ecosystem services in developing economies. Potential PES recipients often experience other market imperfections, which can influence PES uptake and environmental performance. These include poorly functioning financial services markets. We develop a model of nonindustrial timber production with poorly functioning financial service markets and PES. We calibrate the model to the Panama Canal Watershed and solve the dynamic allocation decision using dynamic programming. The results of our model show that improving financial services markets, including improved access to borrowing and savings, can reduce the costs of acquiring ecosystem services. Nonenvironmental market frictions can influence the incentive properties of PES payment vehicles. Our model predicts that wealthier individuals are likely to provide the desired land uses at least cost if incentivized land uses involve production. In these cases cost-effective PES is unlikely to advance development objectives.
Lack of Araceae in Young Forests Highlights the Importance of Mature Forest ConservationFernandez Barrancos, Estefania PilarReid, J. L.Hall, Jefferson S.2019DOI: info:10.1177/1940082919849504Tropical Conservation Sciencev. 12151–51940-0829
Fernandez Barrancos, Estefania Pilar, Reid, J. L., and Hall, Jefferson S. 2019. "Lack of Araceae in Young Forests Highlights the Importance of Mature Forest Conservation." Tropical Conservation Science 12:1–5. https://doi.org/10.1177/1940082919849504
ID: 151909
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Authors: Fernandez Barrancos, Estefania Pilar; Reid, J. L.; Hall, Jefferson S.
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: We compared Araceae abundance among mature forests, secondary forests, and plantations (8–14 years) in central Panama. Araceae colonization was virtually nonexistent in secondary forests and plantations. Low humidity, relatively short forest stature, and time could drive this absence. These results highlight the conservation value of forests containing intact populations of Araceae.
Resource acquisition strategies facilitate Gilbertiodendron dewevrei monodominance in African lowland forestsHall, Jefferson S.Harris, David J.Saltonstall, KristinMedjibe, Vincent de PaulAshton, Mark S.Turner, Benjamin L.2019DOI: info:10.1111/1365-2745.13278Journal of Ecology1551–550022-0477
Hall, Jefferson S., Harris, David J., Saltonstall, Kristin, Medjibe, Vincent de Paul, Ashton, Mark S., and Turner, Benjamin L. 2019. "Resource acquisition strategies facilitate Gilbertiodendron dewevrei monodominance in African lowland forests." Journal of Ecology 1–55. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.13278
ID: 152258
Type: article
Authors: Hall, Jefferson S.; Harris, David J.; Saltonstall, Kristin; Medjibe, Vincent de Paul; Ashton, Mark S.; Turner, Benjamin L.
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: 1.Tropical forests are hyperdiverse, yet extensive areas of monodominant forest occur in the tropics worldwide. Most long-lived and persistent monodominant tree species form ectomycorrhizal fungi symbioses, allowing them to obtain nutrients directly from soil organic matter. This might promote monodominance by reducing nutrient availability to co-occurring species, the majority of which form associations with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. 2.Gilbertiodendron dewevrei forest is the most widespread monodominant forest in tropical Africa. Its distribution appears determined in part by moisture availability, but its monodominance is not thought to be driven by its fungal partner or soil fertility. 3.Here we compare soil fertility of twenty G. dewevrei stands to mixed forest from three sites across an 8,400 km2 region of the Central African Republic and the Republic of Congo. In contrast to previous studies, we find monodominant G. dewevrei stands associated with infertile soils, as base cations (calcium, magnesium, total exchangeable bases) and extractable manganese are extremely low, and significantly lower in soils under G. dewevrei forest compared to mixed forest. Further, and consistent with ectomycorrhizal forests globally, soil carbon to nitrogen and carbon to phosphorus ratios are significantly higher in G. dewevrei stands than in mixed forest stands, providing evidence in support of direct acquisition of nitrogen and phosphorus from soil organic matter by ectomycorrhizal fungi. 4.Gilbertiodendron dewevrei recruits from the seedling bank, with its large seedlings surviving in high densities for over a decade. We tested whether light plasticity could facilitate monodominance by growing seedlings of G. dewevrei under controlled light conditions. We found that its seedlings grow well under a wide range of irradiance levels and conclude that this plasticity affords a competitive advantage. 5.Synthesis: We reframe the discussion of factors contributing to monodominance of G. dewevrei into one of resource acquisition and use efficiency. In particular, G. dewevrei is associated with moist and infertile soils and competes well under a variety of light conditions. Our data is consistent with a model where root associations with ectomycorrhizal fungi drive monodominance through the direct acquisition of nutrients from soil organic matter, promoting nutrient limitation of co-occurring species.
The persistence of carbon in the African forest understoryHubau, WannesDe Mil, TomVan den Bulcke, JanPhillips, Oliver L.Ilondea, Bhely AngoboyVan Acker, JorisSullivan, Martin J. P.Nsenga, LaurentToirambe, BenjaminCouralet, CamilleBanin, Lindsay F.Begne, Serge K.Baker, Timothy R.Bourland, NilsChezeaux, EricClark, Connie J.Collins, MurrayComiskey, James A.Cuni-Sanchez, AidaDeklerck, VictorDierickx, SofieDoucet, Jean-LouisEwango, Corneille E. N.Feldpausch, Ted R.Gilpin, MartinGonmadje, ChristelleHall, Jefferson S.Harris, David J.Hardy, Olivier J.Kamdem, Marie-Noel D.Yakusu, Emmanuel KasongoLopez-Gonzalez, GabrielaMakana, Jean-RemyMalhi, YadvinderMbayu, Faustin M.Moore, SamMukinzi, JacquesPickavance, GeorgiaPoulsen, John R.Reitsma, JanRousseau, MelissaSonkE, BonaventureSunderland, TerryTaedoumg, HermannTalbot, JoeyMukendi, John TshibambaUmunay, Peter M.Vleminckx, JasonWhite, Lee J. T.Zemagho, LiseLewis, Simon L.Beeckman, Hans2019DOI: info:10.1038/s41477-018-0316-5Nature Plantsv. 5No. 21331332055-026X
Hubau, Wannes, De Mil, Tom, Van den Bulcke, Jan, Phillips, Oliver L., Ilondea, Bhely Angoboy, Van Acker, Joris, Sullivan, Martin J. P., Nsenga, Laurent, Toirambe, Benjamin, Couralet, Camille, Banin, Lindsay F., Begne, Serge K., Baker, Timothy R., Bourland, Nils, Chezeaux, Eric, Clark, Connie J., Collins, Murray, Comiskey, James A., Cuni-Sanchez, Aida, Deklerck, Victor, Dierickx, Sofie, Doucet, Jean-Louis, Ewango, Corneille E. N., Feldpausch, Ted R., Gilpin, Martin et al. 2019. "The persistence of carbon in the African forest understory." Nature Plants 5 (2):133. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41477-018-0316-5
ID: 150481
Type: article
Authors: Hubau, Wannes; De Mil, Tom; Van den Bulcke, Jan; Phillips, Oliver L.; Ilondea, Bhely Angoboy; Van Acker, Joris; Sullivan, Martin J. P.; Nsenga, Laurent; Toirambe, Benjamin; Couralet, Camille; Banin, Lindsay F.; Begne, Serge K.; Baker, Timothy R.; Bourland, Nils; Chezeaux, Eric; Clark, Connie J.; Collins, Murray; Comiskey, James A.; Cuni-Sanchez, Aida; Deklerck, Victor; Dierickx, Sofie; Doucet, Jean-Louis; Ewango, Corneille E. N.; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Gilpin, Martin; Gonmadje, Christelle; Hall, Jefferson S.; Harris, David J.; Hardy, Olivier J.; Kamdem, Marie-Noel D.; Yakusu, Emmanuel Kasongo; Lopez-Gonzalez, Gabriela; Makana, Jean-Remy; Malhi, Yadvinder; Mbayu, Faustin M.; Moore, Sam; Mukinzi, Jacques; Pickavance, Georgia; Poulsen, John R.; Reitsma, Jan; Rousseau, Melissa; SonkE, Bonaventure; Sunderland, Terry; Taedoumg, Hermann; Talbot, Joey; Mukendi, John Tshibamba; Umunay, Peter M.; Vleminckx, Jason; White, Lee J. T.; Zemagho, Lise; Lewis, Simon L.; Beeckman, Hans
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: Quantifying carbon dynamics in forests is critical for understanding their role in long-term climate regulation(1-4). Yet little is known about tree longevity in tropical forests(3,5-8), a factor that is vital for estimating carbon persistence(3,4). Here we calculate mean carbon age (the period that carbon is fixed in trees(7)) in different strata of African tropical forests using (1) growth-ring records with a unique timestamp accurately demarcating 66 years of growth in one site and (2) measurements of diameter increments from the African Tropical Rainforest Observation Network (23 sites). We find that in spite of their much smaller size, in understory trees mean carbon age (74 years) is greater than in sub-canopy (54 years) and canopy (57 years) trees and similar to carbon age in emergent trees (66 years). The remarkable carbon longevity in the understory results from slow and aperiodic growth as an adaptation to limited resource availability(9-11). Our analysis also reveals that while the understory represents a small share (11%) of the carbon stock(12,13), it contributes disproportionally to the forest carbon sink (20%). We conclude that accounting for the diversity of carbon age and carbon sequestration among different forest strata is critical for effective conservation management(14-16) and for accurate modelling of carbon cycling(4).
Litter Traits of Native and Non-Native Tropical Trees Influence Soil Carbon Dynamics in Timber Plantations in PanamaKerdraon, DeirdreDrewer, JuliaCastro, BiancoliniWallwork, AbbyHall, JeffersonSayer, Emma2019DOI: info:10.3390/f10030209Forestsv. 10No. 31999-4907
Kerdraon, Deirdre, Drewer, Julia, Castro, Biancolini, Wallwork, Abby, Hall, Jefferson, and Sayer, Emma. 2019. "Litter Traits of Native and Non-Native Tropical Trees Influence Soil Carbon Dynamics in Timber Plantations in Panama." Forests 10 (3):https://doi.org/10.3390/f10030209
ID: 151806
Type: article
Authors: Kerdraon, Deirdre; Drewer, Julia; Castro, Biancolini; Wallwork, Abby; Hall, Jefferson; Sayer, Emma
Keywords: STRI
Tropical carbon sink accelerated by symbiotic dinitrogen fixationLevy-Varon, JenniferBatterman, Sarah A.Medvigy, DavidXu, XiangtaoHall, Jefferson S.van Breugel, MichielHedin, Lars O.2019DOI: info:10.1038/s41467-019-13656-7Nature Communicationsv. 10Article 5637Article 56372041-1723
Levy-Varon, Jennifer, Batterman, Sarah A., Medvigy, David, Xu, Xiangtao, Hall, Jefferson S., van Breugel, Michiel, and Hedin, Lars O. 2019. "Tropical carbon sink accelerated by symbiotic dinitrogen fixation." Nature Communications 10:Article 5637. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-13656-7
ID: 153429
Type: article
Authors: Levy-Varon, Jennifer; Batterman, Sarah A.; Medvigy, David; Xu, Xiangtao; Hall, Jefferson S.; van Breugel, Michiel; Hedin, Lars O.
Keywords: STRI
Abstract: The contribution of symbiotic dinitrogen fixation to the forest carbon sink could change throughout forest succession. Here the authors model nitrogen cycling and light competition between trees based on data from Panamanian forest plots, showing that fixation contributes substantially to the carbon sink in early successional stages.