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Long-Term Impacts of Invasive Insects and Pathogens on Composition, Biomass, and Diversity of Forests in Virginia's Blue Ridge MountainsAnderson-Teixeira, Kristina J.Herrmann, ValentineCass, Wendy B.Williams, Alan B.Paull, Stephen J.Gonzalez-Akre, Erika B.Helcoski, RyanTepley, Alan J.Bourg, Norman A.Cosma, Christopher T.Ferson, Abigail E.Kittle, CarolineMeakem, VictoriaMcGregor, Ian R.Prestipino, Maya N.Scott, Michael K.Terrell, Alyssa R.Alonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, FranciscoMcShea, William J.2020DOI: info:10.1007/s10021-020-00503-wEcosystems1432-9840
Anderson-Teixeira, Kristina J., Herrmann, Valentine, Cass, Wendy B., Williams, Alan B., Paull, Stephen J., Gonzalez-Akre, Erika B., Helcoski, Ryan, Tepley, Alan J., Bourg, Norman A., Cosma, Christopher T., Ferson, Abigail E., Kittle, Caroline, Meakem, Victoria, McGregor, Ian R., Prestipino, Maya N., Scott, Michael K., Terrell, Alyssa R., Alonso, Alfonso, Dallmeier, Francisco, and McShea, William J. 2020. "Long-Term Impacts of Invasive Insects and Pathogens on Composition, Biomass, and Diversity of Forests in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains." Ecosystems https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-020-00503-w
ID: 155476
Type: article
Authors: Anderson-Teixeira, Kristina J.; Herrmann, Valentine; Cass, Wendy B.; Williams, Alan B.; Paull, Stephen J.; Gonzalez-Akre, Erika B.; Helcoski, Ryan; Tepley, Alan J.; Bourg, Norman A.; Cosma, Christopher T.; Ferson, Abigail E.; Kittle, Caroline; Meakem, Victoria; McGregor, Ian R.; Prestipino, Maya N.; Scott, Michael K.; Terrell, Alyssa R.; Alonso, Alfonso; Dallmeier, Francisco; McShea, William J.
Keywords: NZP; STRI
Abstract: Exotic forest insects and pathogens (EFIP) have become regular features of temperate forest ecosystems, yet we lack a long-term perspective on their net impacts on tree mortality, carbon sequestration, and tree species diversity. Here, we analyze 3 decades (1987-2019) of forest monitoring data from the Blue Ridge Mountains ecoregion in eastern North America, including 67 plots totaling 29.4 ha, along with a historical survey from 1939. Over the past century, EFIP substantially affected at least eight tree genera. Tree host taxa had anomalously high mortality rates (>= 6% year(-1) from 2008 to 2019 vs 1.4% year(-1) for less-impacted taxa). Following the arrival of EFIP, affected taxa declined in abundance (- 25 to - 100%) and live aboveground biomass (AGB; - 13 to - 100%) within our monitoring plots. We estimate that EFIP were responsible for 21-29% of ecosystem AGB loss through mortality (- 87 g m(-2) year(-1)) from 1991 to 2013 across 66 sites. Over a century, net AGB loss among affected species totaled roughly 6.6-10 kg m(-2). The affected host taxa accounted for 23-29% of genera losses at the plot scale, with mixed net effects on alpha-diversity. Several taxa were lost from our monitoring plots but not completely extirpated from the region. Despite these losses, both total AGB and alpha-diversity were largely recovered through increases in sympatric genera. These results indicate that EFIP have been an important force shaping forest composition, carbon cycling, and diversity. At the same time, less-affected taxa in these relatively diverse temperate forests have conferred substantial resilience with regard to biomass and alpha-diversity.
Twenty years of land cover change in the southeastern Peruvian Amazon: implications for biodiversity conservationSánchez-Cuervo, Ana Maríade Lima, Letícia SantosDallmeier, FranciscoGarate, PaolaBravo, AdrianaVanthomme, Hadrien2020DOI: info:10.1007/s10113-020-01603-yRegional Environmental Changev. 20No. 1Article 8Article 81436-3798
Sánchez-Cuervo, Ana María, de Lima, Letícia Santos, Dallmeier, Francisco, Garate, Paola, Bravo, Adriana, and Vanthomme, Hadrien. 2020. "Twenty years of land cover change in the southeastern Peruvian Amazon: implications for biodiversity conservation." Regional Environmental Change 20 (1):Article 8. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10113-020-01603-y
ID: 154886
Type: article
Authors: Sánchez-Cuervo, Ana María; de Lima, Letícia Santos; Dallmeier, Francisco; Garate, Paola; Bravo, Adriana; Vanthomme, Hadrien
Keywords: NZP
Abstract: The Amazonian ecosystems of Madre de Dios (MDD) region, considered Peru's "capital of biodiversity" due to its impressive species richness, are threatened by the rapid expansion of infrastructure. The paving of the Interoceanic Highway in 2010 has brought rapid population growth and environmental degradation, threatening large-scale conservation efforts such as the Vilcabamba-Amboro Conservation Corridor (VACC). To quantify the impacts of development processes and to identify critical areas where further conservation efforts should be focused, we analyzed 20 years of land use and land cover (LULC) dynamics, drivers, and fragmentation patterns in MDD. We mapped LULC in 1993, 2003, and 2013 using Landsat imagery and modeled the proximate drivers of change related to deforestation, forest regrowth, gold mining, agriculture, and urban expansion in two time periods (1993-2003 and 2003-2013). We characterized habitat fragmentation patterns in four regional target areas. Our results show accelerated deforestation triggered by the road network spreading, mining and agriculture expansion, and population growth. LULC changes produced two contrasting spatial landscape patterns: numerous small forest fragments in the north due to agricultural expansion along the Interoceanic Highway and large continuous forest losses caused by gold mining expansion in the south. Current unplanned development in this region is threatening its outstanding biodiversity. We suggest that further conservation efforts should focus on strengthening the legal framework of the VACC, implementing a sustainable management plan for MDD, promoting agroforestry strategies along the Interoceanic Highway, and preserving smaller corridors for animal movement.
Biased-corrected richness estimates for the Amazonian tree florater Steege, HansPrado, Paulo I.Lima, Renato A. F. dePos, Edwinde Souza Coelho, Luizde Andrade Lima Filho, DiogenesSalomão, Rafael P.Amaral, Iêda Leãode Almeida Matos, Francisca DioníziaCastilho, Carolina V.Phillips, Oliver L.Guevara, Juan Ernestode Jesus Veiga Carim, MarceloCárdenas López, DaironMagnusson, William E.Wittmann, FlorianMartins, Maria PiresSabatier, DanielIrume, Mariana Victóriada Silva Guimarães, José RenanMolino, Jean-FrançoisBánki, Olaf S.Piedade, Maria Teresa FernandezPitman, Nigel C. A.Ramos, José FerreiraMonteagudo Mendoza, AbelVenticinque, Eduardo MartinsLuize, Bruno GarciaNúñez Vargas, PercySilva, Thiago Sanna Freirede Leão Novo, Evlyn Márcia MoraesReis, Neidiane Farias CostaTerborgh, JohnManzatto, Angelo GilbertoCasula, Katia ReginaHonorio Coronado, Euridice N.Montero, Juan CarlosDuque, AlvaroCosta, Flávia R. C.Castaño Arboleda, NicolásSchöngart, JochenZartman, Charles EugeneKilleen, Timothy J.Marimon, Beatriz S.Marimon-Junior, BenVasquez, RodolfoMostacedo, BonifacioDemarchi, Layon O.Feldpausch, Ted R.Engel, JulienPetronelli, PascalBaraloto, ChrisAssis, Rafael L.Castellanos, HernánSimon, Marcelo Fragomenide Medeiros, Marcelo BrilhanteQuaresma, AdrianoLaurance, Susan G. W.Rincón, Lorena M.Andrade, AnaSousa, Thaiane R.Camargo, José LuísSchietti, JulianaLaurance, William F.de Queiroz, Helder LimaNascimento, Henrique Eduardo MendonçaLopes, Maria Aparecidade Sousa Farias, EmanuelleMagalhães, José,Leonardo LimaBrienen, RoelAymard C., Gerardo A.Revilla, Juan David CardenasVieira, Ima Célia GuimarãesCintra, Bruno Barçante LadvocatStevenson, Pablo R.Feitosa, Yuri OliveiraDuivenvoorden, Joost F.Mogollón, Hugo F.Araujo-Murakami, AlejandroFerreira, Leandro ValleLozada, José RafaelComiskey, James A.de Toledo, José JulioDamasco, GabrielDávila, NállarettLopes, AlineGarcía-Villacorta, RooseveltDraper, FreddieVicentini, AlbertoCornejo Valverde, FernandoLloyd, JonGomes, Vitor H. F.Neill, DavidAlonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, Franciscode Souza, Fernanda CoelhoGribel, RogerioArroyo, LuzmilaCarvalho, Fernanda Antunesde Aguiar, Daniel,Praia Portelado Amaral, Dário DantasPansonato, Marcelo PetrattiFeeley, Kenneth J.Berenguer, ErikaFine, Paul V. A.Guedes, Marcelino CarneiroBarlow, JosFerreira, JoiceVilla, BorisPeñuela Mora, Maria CristinaJimenez, Eliana M.Licona, Juan CarlosCerón, CarlosThomas, RaquelMaas, PaulSilveira, MarcosHenkel, Terry W.Stropp, JulianaParedes, Marcos RíosDexter, Kyle G.Daly, DougBaker, Tim R.Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, IsauMilliken, WilliamPennington, TobyTello, J. S.Pena, José Luis MarceloPeres, Carlos A.Klitgaard, BenteFuentes, AlfredoSilman, Miles R.Di Fiore, Anthonyvon Hildebrand, PatricioChave, Jeromevan Andel, Tinde R.Hilário, Renato RichardPhillips, Juan FernandoRivas-Torres, GonzaloNoronha, Janaína CostaPrieto, AdrianaGonzales, Theranyde Sá Carpanedo, RainielleneGonzales, George Pepe GallardoGómez, Ricardo Záratede Jesus Rodrigues, DomingosZent, Egleé L.Ruschel, Ademir R.Vos, Vincent AntoineFonty, ÉmileJunqueira, André BragaDoza, Hilda Paulette DávilaHoffman, BruceZent, StanfordBarbosa, Edelcilio MarquesMalhi, Yadvinderde Matos Bonates, Luiz Carlosde Andrade Miranda, Ires PaulaSilva, NatalinoBarbosa, Flávia RodriguesVela, César I. A.Pinto, Linder Felipe MozombiteRudas, AgustínAlbuquerque, Bianca WeissUmaña, Maria NataliaCarrero Márquez, Yrma Andreinavan der Heijden, GeertjeYoung, Kenneth R.Tirado, MiltonCorrea, Diego F.Sierra, RodrigoCosta, Janaina Barbosa PedrosaRocha, MairaVilanova Torre, EmilioWang, OpheliaOliveira, Alexandre A.Kalamandeen, MichelleVriesendorp, CorineRamirez-Angulo, HirmaHolmgren, MilenaNascimento, Marcelo TrindadeGalbraith, DavidFlores, Bernardo MonteiroScudeller, Veridiana VizoniCano, AngelaAhuite Reategui, Manuel AugustoMesones, ItaloBaider, CláudiaMendoza, CasimiroZagt, RoderickUrrego Giraldo, Ligia EstelaFerreira, CidVillarroel, DanielLinares-Palomino, ReynaldoFarfan-Rios, WilliamCasas, Luisa FernandaCárdenas, SashaBalslev, HenrikTorres-Lezama, ArmandoAlexiades, Miguel N.Garcia-Cabrera, KarinaValenzuela Gamarra, LuisValderrama Sandoval, Elvis H.Ramirez Arevalo, FreddyHernandez, LionelSampaio, Adeilza FelipePansini, SusamarPalacios Cuenca, Walterde Oliveira, Edmar AlmeidaPauletto, DanielaLevesley, AuroraMelgaço, KarinaPickavance, Georgia2020DOI: info:10.1038/s41598-020-66686-3Scientific Reportsv. 10No. 110130101302045-2322
ter Steege, Hans, Prado, Paulo I., Lima, Renato A. F. de, Pos, Edwin, de Souza Coelho, Luiz, de Andrade Lima Filho, Diogenes, Salomão, Rafael P., Amaral, Iêda Leão, de Almeida Matos, Francisca Dionízia, Castilho, Carolina V., Phillips, Oliver L., Guevara, Juan Ernesto, de Jesus Veiga Carim, Marcelo, Cárdenas López, Dairon, Magnusson, William E., Wittmann, Florian, Martins, Maria Pires, Sabatier, Daniel, Irume, Mariana Victória, da Silva Guimarães, José Renan, Molino, Jean-François, Bánki, Olaf S., Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez, Pitman, Nigel C. A., Ramos, José Ferreira et al. 2020. "Biased-corrected richness estimates for the Amazonian tree flora." Scientific Reports 10 (1):10130. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-66686-3
ID: 156586
Type: article
Authors: ter Steege, Hans; Prado, Paulo I.; Lima, Renato A. F. de; Pos, Edwin; de Souza Coelho, Luiz; de Andrade Lima Filho, Diogenes; Salomão, Rafael P.; Amaral, Iêda Leão; de Almeida Matos, Francisca Dionízia; Castilho, Carolina V.; Phillips, Oliver L.; Guevara, Juan Ernesto; de Jesus Veiga Carim, Marcelo; Cárdenas López, Dairon; Magnusson, William E.; Wittmann, Florian; Martins, Maria Pires; Sabatier, Daniel; Irume, Mariana Victória; da Silva Guimarães, José Renan; Molino, Jean-François; Bánki, Olaf S.; Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez; Pitman, Nigel C. A.; Ramos, José Ferreira; Monteagudo Mendoza, Abel; Venticinque, Eduardo Martins; Luize, Bruno Garcia; Núñez Vargas, Percy; Silva, Thiago Sanna Freire; de Leão Novo, Evlyn Márcia Moraes; Reis, Neidiane Farias Costa; Terborgh, John; Manzatto, Angelo Gilberto; Casula, Katia Regina; Honorio Coronado, Euridice N.; Montero, Juan Carlos; Duque, Alvaro; Costa, Flávia R. C.; Castaño Arboleda, Nicolás; Schöngart, Jochen; Zartman, Charles Eugene; Killeen, Timothy J.; Marimon, Beatriz S.; Marimon-Junior, Ben; Vasquez, Rodolfo; Mostacedo, Bonifacio; Demarchi, Layon O.; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Engel, Julien; Petronelli, Pascal; Baraloto, Chris; Assis, Rafael L.; Castellanos, Hernán; Simon, Marcelo Fragomeni; de Medeiros, Marcelo Brilhante; Quaresma, Adriano; Laurance, Susan G. W.; Rincón, Lorena M.; Andrade, Ana; Sousa, Thaiane R.; Camargo, José Luís; Schietti, Juliana; Laurance, William F.; de Queiroz, Helder Lima; Nascimento, Henrique Eduardo Mendonça; Lopes, Maria Aparecida; de Sousa Farias, Emanuelle; Magalhães, José,Leonardo Lima; Brienen, Roel; Aymard C., Gerardo A.; Revilla, Juan David Cardenas; Vieira, Ima Célia Guimarães; Cintra, Bruno Barçante Ladvocat; Stevenson, Pablo R.; Feitosa, Yuri Oliveira; Duivenvoorden, Joost F.; Mogollón, Hugo F.; Araujo-Murakami, Alejandro; Ferreira, Leandro Valle; Lozada, José Rafael; Comiskey, James A.; de Toledo, José Julio; Damasco, Gabriel; Dávila, Nállarett; Lopes, Aline; García-Villacorta, Roosevelt; Draper, Freddie; Vicentini, Alberto; Cornejo Valverde, Fernando; Lloyd, Jon; Gomes, Vitor H. F.; Neill, David; Alonso, Alfonso; Dallmeier, Francisco; de Souza, Fernanda Coelho; Gribel, Rogerio; Arroyo, Luzmila; Carvalho, Fernanda Antunes; de Aguiar, Daniel,Praia Portela; do Amaral, Dário Dantas; Pansonato, Marcelo Petratti; Feeley, Kenneth J.; Berenguer, Erika; Fine, Paul V. A.; Guedes, Marcelino Carneiro; Barlow, Jos; Ferreira, Joice; Villa, Boris; Peñuela Mora, Maria Cristina; Jimenez, Eliana M.; Licona, Juan Carlos; Cerón, Carlos; Thomas, Raquel; Maas, Paul; Silveira, Marcos; Henkel, Terry W.; Stropp, Juliana; Paredes, Marcos Ríos; Dexter, Kyle G.; Daly, Doug; Baker, Tim R.; Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, Isau; Milliken, William; Pennington, Toby; Tello, J. S.; Pena, José Luis Marcelo; Peres, Carlos A.; Klitgaard, Bente; Fuentes, Alfredo; Silman, Miles R.; Di Fiore, Anthony; von Hildebrand, Patricio; Chave, Jerome; van Andel, Tinde R.; Hilário, Renato Richard; Phillips, Juan Fernando; Rivas-Torres, Gonzalo; Noronha, Janaína Costa; Prieto, Adriana; Gonzales, Therany; de Sá Carpanedo, Rainiellene; Gonzales, George Pepe Gallardo; Gómez, Ricardo Zárate; de Jesus Rodrigues, Domingos; Zent, Egleé L.; Ruschel, Ademir R.; Vos, Vincent Antoine; Fonty, Émile; Junqueira, André Braga; Doza, Hilda Paulette Dávila; Hoffman, Bruce; Zent, Stanford; Barbosa, Edelcilio Marques; Malhi, Yadvinder; de Matos Bonates, Luiz Carlos; de Andrade Miranda, Ires Paula; Silva, Natalino; Barbosa, Flávia Rodrigues; Vela, César I. A.; Pinto, Linder Felipe Mozombite; Rudas, Agustín; Albuquerque, Bianca Weiss; Umaña, Maria Natalia; Carrero Márquez, Yrma Andreina; van der Heijden, Geertje; Young, Kenneth R.; Tirado, Milton; Correa, Diego F.; Sierra, Rodrigo; Costa, Janaina Barbosa Pedrosa; Rocha, Maira; Vilanova Torre, Emilio; Wang, Ophelia; Oliveira, Alexandre A.; Kalamandeen, Michelle; Vriesendorp, Corine; Ramirez-Angulo, Hirma; Holmgren, Milena; Nascimento, Marcelo Trindade; Galbraith, David; Flores, Bernardo Monteiro; Scudeller, Veridiana Vizoni; Cano, Angela; Ahuite Reategui, Manuel Augusto; Mesones, Italo; Baider, Cláudia; Mendoza, Casimiro; Zagt, Roderick; Urrego Giraldo, Ligia Estela; Ferreira, Cid; Villarroel, Daniel; Linares-Palomino, Reynaldo; Farfan-Rios, William; Farfan-Rios, William; Casas, Luisa Fernanda; Cárdenas, Sasha; Balslev, Henrik; Torres-Lezama, Armando; Alexiades, Miguel N.; Garcia-Cabrera, Karina; Valenzuela Gamarra, Luis; Valderrama Sandoval, Elvis H.; Ramirez Arevalo, Freddy; Hernandez, Lionel; Sampaio, Adeilza Felipe; Pansini, Susamar; Palacios Cuenca, Walter; de Oliveira, Edmar Almeida; Pauletto, Daniela; Levesley, Aurora; Melgaço, Karina; Pickavance, Georgia
Keywords: NZP; STRI
Rarity of monodominance in hyperdiverse Amazonian forestster Steege, HansHenkel, Terry W.Helal, NoraMarimon, Beatriz S.Marimon-Junior, BenHuth, AndreasGroeneveld, JüSabatier, DanielCoelho, Luiz de SouzaFilho, Diogenes de Andrade LimaSalomão, Rafael P.Amaral, IêMatos, Francisca Dionízia de AlmeidaCastilho, Carolina V.Phillips, Oliver L.Guevara, Juan ErnestoCarim, Marcelo de Jesus VeigaCárdenas López, DaironMagnusson, William E.Wittmann, FlorianIrume, Mariana VictóriaMartins, Maria PiresGuimarães, José Renan,da SilvaMolino, Jean-FrançoisBánki, Olaf S.Piedade, Maria Teresa FernandezPitman, Nigel C. A.Mendoza, Abel MonteagudoRamos, José FerreiraLuize, Bruno GarciaMoraes, de LeNúñez Vargas, PercySilva, Thiago Sanna FreireVenticinque, Eduardo MartinsManzatto, Angelo GilbertoReis, Neidiane Farias CostaTerborgh, JohnCasula, Katia ReginaHonorio Coronado, Euridice N.Montero, Juan CarlosFeldpausch, Ted R.Duque, AlvaroCosta, Flávia R. C.Arboleda, Nicolás CastañoSchöngart, JochenKilleen, Timothy J.Vasquez, RodolfoMostacedo, BonifacioDemarchi, Layon O.Assis, Rafael L.Baraloto, ChrisEngel, JulienPetronelli, PascalCastellanos, Hernánde Medeiros, Marcelo BrilhanteQuaresma, AdrianoSimon, Marcelo FragomeniAndrade, AnaCamargo, José LuísLaurance, Susan G. W.Laurance, William F.Rincón, Lorena M.Schietti, JulianaSousa, Thaiane R.de, Sousa FariasLopes, Maria AparecidaMagalhães, José,Leonardo LimaMendonça Nascimento, Henrique EduardoLima, de QueirozGerardo, Aymard C.,Brienen, RoelRevilla, Juan David CardenasVieira, Ima Célia GuimarãesCintra, Bruno Barçante LadvocatStevenson, Pablo R.Feitosa, Yuri OliveiraDuivenvoorden, Joost F.Mogollón, Hugo F.Araujo-Murakami, AlejandroFerreira, Leandro ValleLozada, José RafaelComiskey, James A.de Toledo, José JulioDamasco, GabrielDávila, NállarettDraper, FreddieGarcía-Villacorta, RooseveltLopes, AlineVicentini, AlbertoAlonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, FranciscoGomes, Vitor H. F.Lloyd, JonNeill, Davidde Aguiar, Daniel,Praia PortelaArroyo, LuzmilaCarvalho, Fernanda Antunesde Souza, Fernanda Coelhodo Amaral, Dário DantasFeeley, Kenneth J.Gribel, RogerioPansonato, Marcelo PetrattiBarlow, JosBerenguer, ErikaFerreira, JoiceFine, Paul V. A.Guedes, Marcelino CarneiroJimenez, Eliana M.Licona, Juan CarlosPeñuela Mora, Maria CristinaVilla, BorisCerón, CarlosMaas, PaulSilveira, MarcosStropp, JulianaThomas, RaquelBaker, Tim R.Daly, DougDexter, Kyle G.Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, IsauMilliken, WilliamPennington, TobyRíos Paredes, MarcosFuentes, AlfredoKlitgaard, BentePena, José Luis MarceloPeres, Carlos A.Silman, Miles R.Tello, J. S.Chave, JeromeCornejo Valverde, FernandoDi Fiore, AnthonyHilário, Renato RichardPhillips, Juan FernandoRivas-Torres, Gonzalovan Andel, Tinde R.von Hildebrand, PatricioNoronha, Janaína CostaBarbosa, Edelcilio MarquesBarbosa, Flávia Rodriguesde, Matos BonatesCarpanedo, Rainiellen de SáDávila Doza, Hilda PauletteFonty, ÉmileGómeZárate Z, RicardoGonzales, TheranyGallardo Gonzales, George PepeHoffman, BruceJunqueira, André BragaMalhi, YadvinderMiranda, Ires Paula de AndradePinto, Linder Felipe MozombitePrieto, AdrianaRodrigues, Domingos de JesusRudas, AgustínRuschel, Ademir R.Silva, NatalinoVela, CéVos, Vincent AntoineZent, Egleé L.Zent, StanfordWeiss Albuquerque, BiancaCano, AngelaCarrero Márquez, Yrma AndreinaCorrea, Diego F.Costa, Janaina Barbosa PedrosaFlores, Bernardo MonteiroGalbraith, DavidHolmgren, MilenaKalamandeen, MichelleNascimento, Marcelo TrindadeOliveira, Alexandre A.Ramirez-Angulo, HirmaRocha, MairaScudeller, Veridiana VizoniSierra, RodrigoTirado, MiltonUmaña Medina, Maria Nataliavan, der HeijdenVilanova Torre, EmilioVriesendorp, CorineWang, OpheliaYoung, Kenneth R.Ahuite Reategui, Manuel AugustoBaider, CláudiaBalslev, HenrikCárdenas, SashaCasas, Luisa FernandaFarfan-Rios, WilliamFerreira, CidLinares-Palomino, ReynaldoMendoza, CasimiroMesones, ItaloTorres-Lezama, ArmandoGiraldo, Ligia Estela UrregoVillarroel, DanielZagt, RoderickAlexiades, Miguel N.de Oliveira, Edmar AlmeidaGarcia-Cabrera, KarinaHernandez, LionelPalacios Cuenca, WalterPansini, SusamarPauletto, DanielaRamirez Arevalo, FreddySampaio, Adeilza FelipeSandoval, Elvis H. ValderramaValenzuela Gamarra, LuisLevesley, AuroraPickavance, GeorgiaMelgaço, Karina2019DOI: info:10.1038/s41598-019-50323-9Scientific Reportsv. 9Article 13822Article 138222045-2322
ter Steege, Hans, Henkel, Terry W., Helal, Nora, Marimon, Beatriz S., Marimon-Junior, Ben, Huth, Andreas, Groeneveld, Jü, Sabatier, Daniel, Coelho, Luiz de Souza, Filho, Diogenes de Andrade Lima, Salomão, Rafael P., Amaral, Iê, Matos, Francisca Dionízia de Almeida, Castilho, Carolina V., Phillips, Oliver L., Guevara, Juan Ernesto, Carim, Marcelo de Jesus Veiga, Cárdenas López, Dairon, Magnusson, William E., Wittmann, Florian, Irume, Mariana Victória, Martins, Maria Pires, Guimarães, José Renan,da Silva, Molino, Jean-François, Bánki, Olaf S. et al. 2019. "Rarity of monodominance in hyperdiverse Amazonian forests." Scientific Reports 9:Article 13822. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-50323-9
ID: 152633
Type: article
Authors: ter Steege, Hans; Henkel, Terry W.; Helal, Nora; Marimon, Beatriz S.; Marimon-Junior, Ben; Huth, Andreas; Groeneveld, Jü; Sabatier, Daniel; Coelho, Luiz de Souza; Filho, Diogenes de Andrade Lima; Salomão, Rafael P.; Amaral, Iê; Matos, Francisca Dionízia de Almeida; Castilho, Carolina V.; Phillips, Oliver L.; Guevara, Juan Ernesto; Carim, Marcelo de Jesus Veiga; Cárdenas López, Dairon; Magnusson, William E.; Wittmann, Florian; Irume, Mariana Victória; Martins, Maria Pires; Guimarães, José Renan,da Silva; Molino, Jean-François; Bánki, Olaf S.; Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez; Pitman, Nigel C. A.; Mendoza, Abel Monteagudo; Ramos, José Ferreira; Luize, Bruno Garcia; Moraes, de Le; Núñez Vargas, Percy; Silva, Thiago Sanna Freire; Venticinque, Eduardo Martins; Manzatto, Angelo Gilberto; Reis, Neidiane Farias Costa; Terborgh, John; Casula, Katia Regina; Honorio Coronado, Euridice N.; Montero, Juan Carlos; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Duque, Alvaro; Costa, Flávia R. C.; Arboleda, Nicolás Castaño; Schöngart, Jochen; Killeen, Timothy J.; Vasquez, Rodolfo; Mostacedo, Bonifacio; Demarchi, Layon O.; Assis, Rafael L.; Baraloto, Chris; Engel, Julien; Petronelli, Pascal; Castellanos, Hernán; de Medeiros, Marcelo Brilhante; Quaresma, Adriano; Simon, Marcelo Fragomeni; Andrade, Ana; Camargo, José Luís; Laurance, Susan G. W.; Laurance, William F.; Rincón, Lorena M.; Schietti, Juliana; Sousa, Thaiane R.; de, Sousa Farias; Lopes, Maria Aparecida; Magalhães, José,Leonardo Lima; Mendonça Nascimento, Henrique Eduardo; Lima, de Queiroz; Gerardo, Aymard C.,; Brienen, Roel; Revilla, Juan David Cardenas; Vieira, Ima Célia Guimarães; Cintra, Bruno Barçante Ladvocat; Stevenson, Pablo R.; Feitosa, Yuri Oliveira; Duivenvoorden, Joost F.; Mogollón, Hugo F.; Araujo-Murakami, Alejandro; Ferreira, Leandro Valle; Lozada, José Rafael; Comiskey, James A.; de Toledo, José Julio; Damasco, Gabriel; Dávila, Nállarett; Draper, Freddie; García-Villacorta, Roosevelt; Lopes, Aline; Vicentini, Alberto; Alonso, Alfonso; Dallmeier, Francisco; Gomes, Vitor H. F.; Lloyd, Jon; Neill, David; de Aguiar, Daniel,Praia Portela; Arroyo, Luzmila; Carvalho, Fernanda Antunes; de Souza, Fernanda Coelho; do Amaral, Dário Dantas; Feeley, Kenneth J.; Gribel, Rogerio; Pansonato, Marcelo Petratti; Barlow, Jos; Berenguer, Erika; Ferreira, Joice; Fine, Paul V. A.; Guedes, Marcelino Carneiro; Jimenez, Eliana M.; Licona, Juan Carlos; Peñuela Mora, Maria Cristina; Villa, Boris; Cerón, Carlos; Maas, Paul; Silveira, Marcos; Stropp, Juliana; Thomas, Raquel; Baker, Tim R.; Daly, Doug; Dexter, Kyle G.; Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, Isau; Milliken, William; Pennington, Toby; Ríos Paredes, Marcos; Fuentes, Alfredo; Klitgaard, Bente; Pena, José Luis Marcelo; Peres, Carlos A.; Silman, Miles R.; Tello, J. S.; Chave, Jerome; Cornejo Valverde, Fernando; Di Fiore, Anthony; Hilário, Renato Richard; Phillips, Juan Fernando; Rivas-Torres, Gonzalo; van Andel, Tinde R.; von Hildebrand, Patricio; Noronha, Janaína Costa; Barbosa, Edelcilio Marques; Barbosa, Flávia Rodrigues; de, Matos Bonates; Carpanedo, Rainiellen de Sá; Dávila Doza, Hilda Paulette; Fonty, Émile; GómeZárate Z, Ricardo; Gonzales, Therany; Gallardo Gonzales, George Pepe; Hoffman, Bruce; Junqueira, André Braga; Malhi, Yadvinder; Miranda, Ires Paula de Andrade; Pinto, Linder Felipe Mozombite; Prieto, Adriana; Rodrigues, Domingos de Jesus; Rudas, Agustín; Ruschel, Ademir R.; Silva, Natalino; Vela, Cé; Vos, Vincent Antoine; Zent, Egleé L.; Zent, Stanford; Weiss Albuquerque, Bianca; Cano, Angela; Carrero Márquez, Yrma Andreina; Correa, Diego F.; Costa, Janaina Barbosa Pedrosa; Flores, Bernardo Monteiro; Galbraith, David; Holmgren, Milena; Kalamandeen, Michelle; Nascimento, Marcelo Trindade; Oliveira, Alexandre A.; Ramirez-Angulo, Hirma; Rocha, Maira; Scudeller, Veridiana Vizoni; Sierra, Rodrigo; Tirado, Milton; Umaña Medina, Maria Natalia; van, der Heijden; Vilanova Torre, Emilio; Vriesendorp, Corine; Wang, Ophelia; Young, Kenneth R.; Ahuite Reategui, Manuel Augusto; Baider, Cláudia; Balslev, Henrik; Cárdenas, Sasha; Casas, Luisa Fernanda; Farfan-Rios, William; Ferreira, Cid; Linares-Palomino, Reynaldo; Mendoza, Casimiro; Mesones, Italo; Torres-Lezama, Armando; Giraldo, Ligia Estela Urrego; Villarroel, Daniel; Zagt, Roderick; Alexiades, Miguel N.; de Oliveira, Edmar Almeida; Garcia-Cabrera, Karina; Hernandez, Lionel; Palacios Cuenca, Walter; Pansini, Susamar; Pauletto, Daniela; Ramirez Arevalo, Freddy; Sampaio, Adeilza Felipe; Sandoval, Elvis H. Valderrama; Valenzuela Gamarra, Luis; Levesley, Aurora; Pickavance, Georgia; Melgaço, Karina
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Abstract: Tropical forests are known for their high diversity. Yet, forest patches do occur in the tropics where a single tree species is dominant. Such "monodominant" forests are known from all of the main tropical regions. For Amazonia, we sampled the occurrence of monodominance in a massive, basin-wide database of forest-inventory plots from the Amazon Tree Diversity Network (ATDN). Utilizing a simple defining metric of at least half of the trees ≥ 10 cm diameter belonging to one species, we found only a few occurrences of monodominance in Amazonia, and the phenomenon was not significantly linked to previously hypothesized life history traits such wood density, seed mass, ectomycorrhizal associations, or Rhizobium nodulation. In our analysis, coppicing (the formation of sprouts at the base of the tree or on roots) was the only trait significantly linked to monodominance. While at specific locales coppicing or ectomycorrhizal associations may confer a considerable advantage to a tree species and lead to its monodominance, very few species have these traits. Mining of the ATDN dataset suggests that monodominance is quite rare in Amazonia, and may be linked primarily to edaphic factors.
El Futuro de Madre de Dios: Simulador de Paisajes Productivos del Smithsonian para un Desarrollo SostenibleVanthomme, HadrienSánchez-Cuervo, Ana MaríaGárate, PaolaBravo, AdrianaDallmeier, Francisco2019Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press
Vanthomme, Hadrien, Sánchez-Cuervo, Ana María, Gárate, Paola, Bravo, Adriana, and Dallmeier, Francisco. 2019. El Futuro de Madre de Dios: Simulador de Paisajes Productivos del Smithsonian para un Desarrollo Sostenible. Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.
ID: 153087
Type: book
Authors: Vanthomme, Hadrien; Sánchez-Cuervo, Ana María; Gárate, Paola; Bravo, Adriana; Dallmeier, Francisco
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Abstract: Madre de Dios en Perú es una de las regiones con mayor biodiversidad en la Tierra, y es una pieza central para conectar áreas protegidas dentro del Corredor de Conservación Vilcabamba–Amboró. Como se reveló con imágenes satelitales, el paisaje excepcional de Madre de Dios está amenazado por un desarrollo no planificado a lo largo de la Carretera Interoceánica, que divide la región de norte a sur. Los cambios en el uso del suelo en los últimos 25 años han reducido la conectividad del paisaje y han degradado los servicios ecosistémicos de los que dependen los habitantes de Madre de Dios. El Centro para la Conservación y la Sostenibilidad del Smithsonian desarrolló una nueva herramienta para ayudar a los actores claves de Madre de Dios a definir una visión común para el futuro de su región: el Simulador de Paisajes Productivos del Smithsonian. El Futuro de Madre de Dios presenta el marco y la implementación de esta herramienta participativa, holística y cuantitativa. El estudio contempla cuatro escenarios de cambios futuros para la región: tendencias actuales, expansión de la minería de oro aluvial, ordenamiento territorial y conservación del paisaje. Los cambios en la cobertura del suelo esperados en cada escenario hasta 2040 se modelan, y los paisajes resultantes se evalúan para 15 indicadores de éxito, que abarcan la prosperidad económica, el bienestar humano y la integridad ambiental. Este libro ilustra los resultados de estos análisis y presenta recomendaciones que contribuirán a la promoción del desarrollo sostenible en Madre de Dios.
The Future of Madre de Dios: Smithsonian’s Working Landscape Simulator for Sustainable DevelopmentVanthomme, HadrienSánchez-Cuervo, Ana MaríaGárate, PaolaBravo, AdrianaDallmeier, Francisco2019DOI: info:10.5479/si.9781944466282.EnSmithsonian Institution Scholarly Press978-1-944466-28-2
Vanthomme, Hadrien, Sánchez-Cuervo, Ana María, Gárate, Paola, Bravo, Adriana, and Dallmeier, Francisco. 2019. The Future of Madre de Dios: Smithsonian’s Working Landscape Simulator for Sustainable Development. Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press. https://doi.org/10.5479/si.9781944466282.En
ID: 152359
Type: book
Authors: Vanthomme, Hadrien; Sánchez-Cuervo, Ana María; Gárate, Paola; Bravo, Adriana; Dallmeier, Francisco
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Abstract: Madre de Dios in Peru is one of the most biodiverse regions on Earth, and it is a central piece for connecting protected areas within the Vilcabamba–Amboro Conservation Corridor. As revealed with satellite imagery, the exceptional landscape of Madre de Dios is threatened by unplanned development along the Interoceanic Highway, which bisects the region from north to south. Land-use changes in the last 25 years have reduced landscape connectivity and degraded the ecosystem services on which Madre de Dios’s inhabitants rely. The Smithsonian Center for Conservation and Sustainability developed a new tool to help Madre de Dios’s stakeholders define a common vision for the future of their region: the Smithsonian Working Landscape Simulator. The Future of Madre de Dios presents the framework and implementation of this participatory, holistic, and quantitative tool. The study contemplates four scenarios of future changes for the region: current trends, expansion of alluvial gold mining, land planning, and landscape conservation. The land-cover changes expected under each scenario until 2040 are modelled, and the resulting landscapes are evaluated for 15 indicators of success, covering economic prosperity, human well-being, and environmental integrity. This book illustrates the results from these analyses and presents recommendations that will contribute to the promotion of sustainable development in Madre de Dios.
Species Distribution Modelling: Contrasting presence-only models with plot abundance dataGomes, Vitor H. F.IJff, Stéphanie D.Raes, NielsAmaral, IêSalomão, Rafael P.de, Souza Coelhode, Almeida MatosCastilho, Carolina V.de Andrade, Lima FilhoLópez, Dairon CárdenasGuevara, Juan ErnestoMagnusson, William E.Phillips, Oliver L.Wittmann, Floriande Jesus, Veiga CarimMartins, Maria PiresIrume, Mariana VictóriaSabatier, DanielMolino, Jean-FrançoisBánki, Olaf S.da, Silva GuimarPitman, Nigel C. A.Piedade, Maria Teresa FernandezMendoza, Abel MonteagudoLuize, Bruno GarciaVenticinque, Eduardo Martinsde Leão Novo, Evlyn Márcia MoraesVargas, Percy NúñezSilva, Thiago Sanna FreireManzatto, Angelo GilbertoTerborgh, JohnReis, Neidiane Farias CostaMontero, Juan CarlosCasula, Katia ReginaMarimon, Beatriz S.Marimon, Ben-HurCoronado, Euridice N. HonorioFeldpausch, Ted R.Duque, AlvaroZartman, Charles EugeneArboleda, Nicolás CastañoKilleen, Timothy J.Mostacedo, BonifacioVasquez, RodolfoSchöngart, JochenAssis, Rafael L.Medeiros, Marcelo BrilhanteSimon, Marcelo FragomeniAndrade, AnaLaurance, William F.Camargo, José LuísDemarchi, Layon O.Laurance, Susan G. W.de, Sousa FariasNascimento, Henrique Eduardo MendonçaRevilla, Juan David CardenasQuaresma, AdrianoCosta, Flavia R. C.Vieira, Ima Célia GuimarãesCintra, Bruno Barçante LadvocatCastellanos, HernánBrienen, RoelStevenson, Pablo R.Feitosa, YuriDuivenvoorden, Joost F.Gerardo, Aymard C.,Mogollón, Hugo F.Targhetta, NataliaComiskey, James A.Vicentini, AlbertoLopes, AlineDamasco, GabrielDávila, NállarettGarcía-Villacorta, RooseveltLevis, CarolinaSchietti, JulianaSouza, PriscilaEmilio, ThaiseAlonso, AlfonsoNeill, DavidDallmeier, FranciscoFerreira, Leandro ValleAraujo-Murakami, AlejandroPraia, Danieldo Amaral, Dário DantasCarvalho, Fernanda Antunesde Souza, Fernanda CoelhoFeeley, KennethArroyo, LuzmilaPansonato, Marcelo PetrattiGribel, RogerioVilla, BorisLicona, Juan CarlosFine, Paul V. A.Cerón, CarlosBaraloto, ChrisJimenez, Eliana M.Stropp, JulianaEngel, JulienSilveira, MarcosMora, Maria Cristina PeñuelaPetronelli, PascalMaas, PaulThomas-Caesar, RaquelHenkel, Terry W.Daly, DougParedes, Marcos RíosBaker, Tim R.Fuentes, AlfredoPeres, Carlos A.Chave, JeromePena, Jose Luis MarceloDexter, Kyle G.Silman, Miles R.Jørgensen, Peter MøllerPennington, TobyDi Fiore, AnthonyValverde, Fernando CornejoPhillips, Juan FernandoRivas-Torres, Gonzalovon Hildebrand, Patriciovan Andel, Tinde R.Ruschel, Ademir R.Prieto, AdrianaRudas, AgustínHoffman, BruceVela, CéBarbosa, Edelcilio MarquesZent, Egleé L.Gonzales, George Pepe GallardoDoza, Hilda Paulette Dávilade, Andrade MirandaGuillaumet, Jean-LouisPinto, Linder Felipe Mozombitede, Matos BonatesSilva, NatalinoGómez, Ricardo ZárateZent, StanfordGonzales, TheranyVos, Vincent A.Malhi, YadvinderOliveira, Alexandre A.Cano, AngelaAlbuquerque, Bianca WeissVriesendorp, CorineCorrea, Diego FelipeTorre, Emilio Vilanovavan, der HeijdenRamirez-Angulo, HirmaRamos, José FerreiraYoung, Kenneth R.Rocha, MairaNascimento, Marcelo TrindadeMedina, Maria Natalia UmañaTirado, MiltonWang, OpheliaSierra, RodrigoTorres-Lezama, ArmandoMendoza, CasimiroFerreira, CidBaider, CláudiaVillarroel, DanielBalslev, HenrikMesones, ItaloGiraldo, Ligia Estela UrregoCasas, Luisa FernandaReategui, Manuel Augusto AhuiteLinares-Palomino, ReynaldoZagt, RoderickCárdenas, SashaFarfan-Rios, WilliamSampaio, Adeilza FelipePauletto, DanielaSandoval, Elvis H. ValderramaArevalo, Freddy RamirezHuamantupa-Chuquimaco, IsauGarcia-Cabrera, KarinaHernandez, LionelGamarra, Luis ValenzuelaAlexiades, Miguel N.Pansini, SusamarCuenca, Walter PalaciosMilliken, WilliamRicardo, JoanaLopez-Gonzalez, GabrielaPos, Edwinter Steege, Hans2018DOI: info:10.1038/s41598-017-18927-1Scientific Reportsv. 8No. 1100310032045-2322
Gomes, Vitor H. F., IJff, Stéphanie D., Raes, Niels, Amaral, Iê, Salomão, Rafael P., de, Souza Coelho, de, Almeida Matos, Castilho, Carolina V., de Andrade, Lima Filho, López, Dairon Cárdenas, Guevara, Juan Ernesto, Magnusson, William E., Phillips, Oliver L., Wittmann, Florian, de Jesus, Veiga Carim, Martins, Maria Pires, Irume, Mariana Victória, Sabatier, Daniel, Molino, Jean-François, Bánki, Olaf S., da, Silva Guimar, Pitman, Nigel C. A., Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez, Mendoza, Abel Monteagudo, Luize, Bruno Garcia et al. 2018. "Species Distribution Modelling: Contrasting presence-only models with plot abundance data." Scientific Reports 8 (1):1003. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-18927-1
ID: 145252
Type: article
Authors: Gomes, Vitor H. F.; IJff, Stéphanie D.; Raes, Niels; Amaral, Iê; Salomão, Rafael P.; de, Souza Coelho; de, Almeida Matos; Castilho, Carolina V.; de Andrade, Lima Filho; López, Dairon Cárdenas; Guevara, Juan Ernesto; Magnusson, William E.; Phillips, Oliver L.; Wittmann, Florian; de Jesus, Veiga Carim; Martins, Maria Pires; Irume, Mariana Victória; Sabatier, Daniel; Molino, Jean-François; Bánki, Olaf S.; da, Silva Guimar; Pitman, Nigel C. A.; Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez; Mendoza, Abel Monteagudo; Luize, Bruno Garcia; Venticinque, Eduardo Martins; de Leão Novo, Evlyn Márcia Moraes; Vargas, Percy Núñez; Silva, Thiago Sanna Freire; Manzatto, Angelo Gilberto; Terborgh, John; Reis, Neidiane Farias Costa; Montero, Juan Carlos; Casula, Katia Regina; Marimon, Beatriz S.; Marimon, Ben-Hur; Coronado, Euridice N. Honorio; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Duque, Alvaro; Zartman, Charles Eugene; Arboleda, Nicolás Castaño; Killeen, Timothy J.; Mostacedo, Bonifacio; Vasquez, Rodolfo; Schöngart, Jochen; Assis, Rafael L.; Medeiros, Marcelo Brilhante; Simon, Marcelo Fragomeni; Andrade, Ana; Laurance, William F.; Camargo, José Luís; Demarchi, Layon O.; Laurance, Susan G. W.; de, Sousa Farias; Nascimento, Henrique Eduardo Mendonça; Revilla, Juan David Cardenas; Quaresma, Adriano; Costa, Flavia R. C.; Vieira, Ima Célia Guimarães; Cintra, Bruno Barçante Ladvocat; Castellanos, Hernán; Brienen, Roel; Stevenson, Pablo R.; Feitosa, Yuri; Duivenvoorden, Joost F.; Gerardo, Aymard C.,; Mogollón, Hugo F.; Targhetta, Natalia; Comiskey, James A.; Vicentini, Alberto; Lopes, Aline; Damasco, Gabriel; Dávila, Nállarett; García-Villacorta, Roosevelt; Levis, Carolina; Schietti, Juliana; Souza, Priscila; Emilio, Thaise; Alonso, Alfonso; Neill, David; Dallmeier, Francisco; Ferreira, Leandro Valle; Araujo-Murakami, Alejandro; Praia, Daniel; do Amaral, Dário Dantas; Carvalho, Fernanda Antunes; de Souza, Fernanda Coelho; Feeley, Kenneth; Arroyo, Luzmila; Pansonato, Marcelo Petratti; Gribel, Rogerio; Villa, Boris; Licona, Juan Carlos; Fine, Paul V. A.; Cerón, Carlos; Baraloto, Chris; Jimenez, Eliana M.; Stropp, Juliana; Engel, Julien; Silveira, Marcos; Mora, Maria Cristina Peñuela; Petronelli, Pascal; Maas, Paul; Thomas-Caesar, Raquel; Henkel, Terry W.; Daly, Doug; Paredes, Marcos Ríos; Baker, Tim R.; Fuentes, Alfredo; Peres, Carlos A.; Chave, Jerome; Pena, Jose Luis Marcelo; Dexter, Kyle G.; Silman, Miles R.; Jørgensen, Peter Møller; Pennington, Toby; Di Fiore, Anthony; Valverde, Fernando Cornejo; Phillips, Juan Fernando; Rivas-Torres, Gonzalo; von Hildebrand, Patricio; van Andel, Tinde R.; Ruschel, Ademir R.; Prieto, Adriana; Rudas, Agustín; Hoffman, Bruce; Vela, Cé; Barbosa, Edelcilio Marques; Zent, Egleé L.; Gonzales, George Pepe Gallardo; Doza, Hilda Paulette Dávila; de, Andrade Miranda; Guillaumet, Jean-Louis; Pinto, Linder Felipe Mozombite; de, Matos Bonates; Silva, Natalino; Gómez, Ricardo Zárate; Zent, Stanford; Gonzales, Therany; Vos, Vincent A.; Malhi, Yadvinder; Oliveira, Alexandre A.; Cano, Angela; Albuquerque, Bianca Weiss; Vriesendorp, Corine; Correa, Diego Felipe; Torre, Emilio Vilanova; van, der Heijden; Ramirez-Angulo, Hirma; Ramos, José Ferreira; Young, Kenneth R.; Rocha, Maira; Nascimento, Marcelo Trindade; Medina, Maria Natalia Umaña; Tirado, Milton; Wang, Ophelia; Sierra, Rodrigo; Torres-Lezama, Armando; Mendoza, Casimiro; Ferreira, Cid; Baider, Cláudia; Villarroel, Daniel; Balslev, Henrik; Mesones, Italo; Giraldo, Ligia Estela Urrego; Casas, Luisa Fernanda; Reategui, Manuel Augusto Ahuite; Linares-Palomino, Reynaldo; Zagt, Roderick; Cárdenas, Sasha; Farfan-Rios, William; Sampaio, Adeilza Felipe; Pauletto, Daniela; Sandoval, Elvis H. Valderrama; Arevalo, Freddy Ramirez; Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, Isau; Garcia-Cabrera, Karina; Hernandez, Lionel; Gamarra, Luis Valenzuela; Alexiades, Miguel N.; Pansini, Susamar; Cuenca, Walter Palacios; Milliken, William; Ricardo, Joana; Lopez-Gonzalez, Gabriela; Pos, Edwin; ter Steege, Hans
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Abstract: Species distribution models (SDMs) are widely used in ecology and conservation. Presence-only SDMs such as MaxEnt frequently use natural history collections (NHCs) as occurrence data, given their huge numbers and accessibility. NHCs are often spatially biased which may generate inaccuracies in SDMs. Here, we test how the distribution of NHCs and MaxEnt predictions relates to a spatial abundance model, based on a large plot dataset for Amazonian tree species, using inverse distance weighting (IDW). We also propose a new pipeline to deal with inconsistencies in NHCs and to limit the area of occupancy of the species. We found a significant but weak positive relationship between the distribution of NHCs and IDW for 66% of the species. The relationship between SDMs and IDW was also significant but weakly positive for 95% of the species, and sensitivity for both analyses was high. Furthermore, the pipeline removed half of the NHCs records. Presence-only SDM applications should consider this limitation, especially for large biodiversity assessments projects, when they are automatically generated without subsequent checking. Our pipeline provides a conservative estimate of a species' area of occupancy, within an area slightly larger than its extent of occurrence, compatible to e.g. IUCN red list assessments.
Persistent effects of pre-Columbian plant domestication on Amazonian forest compositionLevis, C.Costa, F. R. C.Bongers, F.Peña-Claros, M.Clement, C. R.Junqueira, A. B.Neves, E. G.Tamanaha, E. K.Figueiredo, F. O. G.Salomão, R. P.Castilho, C. V.Magnusson, W. E.Phillips, O. L.Guevara, J. E.Sabatier, D.Molino, J. -FLópez, D. CárdenasMendoza, A. M.Pitman, N. C. A.Duque, A.Vargas, P. NúñZartman, C. E.Vasquez, R.Andrade, A.Camargo, J. L.Feldpausch, T. R.Laurance, S. G. W.Laurance, W. F.Killeen, T. J.Nascimento, H. E. M.Montero, J. C.Mostacedo, B.Amaral, I. L.Vieira, I. C. G.Brienen, R.Castellanos, H.Terborgh, J.Carim, M.Guimarães, ,J.R.da SilvaCoelho, L.Matos, F. D.Wittmann, F.Mogollón, H. F.Damasco, G.Dávila, N.García-Villacorta, R.Coronado, E. N. H.Emilio, T.Filho, D.Schietti, J.Souza, P.Targhetta, N.Comiskey, J. A.Marimon, B. S.Marimon, B. -HNeill, D.Alonso, A.Arroyo, L.Carvalho, F. A.Souza, F. C.Dallmeier, FranciscoPansonato, M. P.Duivenvoorden, J. F.Fine, P. V. A.Stevenson, P. R.Araujo-Murakami, A.C, G. A. A.Baraloto, C.Amaral, D. D.Engel, J.Henkel, T. W.Maas, P.Petronelli, P.Revilla, J. D. C.Stropp, J.Daly, D.Gribel, R.Paredes, M. RíSilveira, M.Thomas-Caesar, R.Baker, T. R.Silva, N. F.Ferreira, L. V.Peres, C. A.Silman, M. R.Cerón, C.Valverde, F. C.Fiore, A. D.Jimenez, E. M.Mora, M. C. P.Toledo, M.Barbosa, E. M.Bonates, L. C.Arboleda, N. C.Farias, E.Fuentes, A.Guillaumet, J. -LJørgensen, P. MøllerMalhi, Y.Miranda, I. P.Phillips, J. F.Prieto, A.Rudas, A.Ruschel, A. R.Silva, N.Hildebrand, P.Vos, V. A.Zent, E. L.Zent, S.Cintra, B. B. L.Nascimento, M. T.Oliveira, A. A.Ramirez-Angulo, H.Ramos, J. F.Rivas, G.Schöngart, J.Sierra, R.Tirado, M.Heijden, G.Torre, E. V.Wang, O.Young, K. R.Baider, C.Cano, A.Farfan-Rios, W.Ferreira, C.Hoffman, B.Mendoza, C.Mesones, I.Torres-Lezama, A.Medina, M. N. U.Andel, T. R.Villarroel, D.Zagt, R.Alexiades, M. N.Balslev, H.Garcia-Cabrera, K.Gonzales, T.Hernandez, L.Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, I.Manzatto, A. G.Milliken, W.Cuenca, W. P.Pansini, S.Pauletto, D.Arevalo, F. R.Reis, N. F. C.Sampaio, A. F.Giraldo, L. E. U.Sandoval, E. H. V.Gamarra, L. V.Vela, C. I. A.Steege, H.2017DOI: info:10.1126/science.aal0157Sciencev. 355No. 6328925931925–9310036-8075
Levis, C., Costa, F. R. C., Bongers, F., Peña-Claros, M., Clement, C. R., Junqueira, A. B., Neves, E. G., Tamanaha, E. K., Figueiredo, F. O. G., Salomão, R. P., Castilho, C. V., Magnusson, W. E., Phillips, O. L., Guevara, J. E., Sabatier, D., Molino, J. -F, López, D. Cárdenas, Mendoza, A. M., Pitman, N. C. A., Duque, A., Vargas, P. Núñ, Zartman, C. E., Vasquez, R., Andrade, A., Camargo, J. L. et al. 2017. "Persistent effects of pre-Columbian plant domestication on Amazonian forest composition." Science 355 (6328):925–931. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aal0157
ID: 149087
Type: article
Authors: Levis, C.; Costa, F. R. C.; Bongers, F.; Peña-Claros, M.; Clement, C. R.; Junqueira, A. B.; Neves, E. G.; Tamanaha, E. K.; Figueiredo, F. O. G.; Salomão, R. P.; Castilho, C. V.; Magnusson, W. E.; Phillips, O. L.; Guevara, J. E.; Sabatier, D.; Molino, J. -F; López, D. Cárdenas; Mendoza, A. M.; Pitman, N. C. A.; Duque, A.; Vargas, P. Núñ; Zartman, C. E.; Vasquez, R.; Andrade, A.; Camargo, J. L.; Feldpausch, T. R.; Laurance, S. G. W.; Laurance, W. F.; Killeen, T. J.; Nascimento, H. E. M.; Montero, J. C.; Mostacedo, B.; Amaral, I. L.; Vieira, I. C. G.; Brienen, R.; Castellanos, H.; Terborgh, J.; Carim, M.; Guimarães, ,J.R.da Silva; Coelho, L.; Matos, F. D.; Wittmann, F.; Mogollón, H. F.; Damasco, G.; Dávila, N.; García-Villacorta, R.; Coronado, E. N. H.; Emilio, T.; Filho, D.; Schietti, J.; Souza, P.; Targhetta, N.; Comiskey, J. A.; Marimon, B. S.; Marimon, B. -H; Neill, D.; Alonso, A.; Arroyo, L.; Carvalho, F. A.; Souza, F. C.; Dallmeier, Francisco; Pansonato, M. P.; Duivenvoorden, J. F.; Fine, P. V. A.; Stevenson, P. R.; Araujo-Murakami, A.; C, G. A. A.; Baraloto, C.; Amaral, D. D.; Engel, J.; Henkel, T. W.; Maas, P.; Petronelli, P.; Revilla, J. D. C.; Stropp, J.; Daly, D.; Gribel, R.; Paredes, M. Rí; Silveira, M.; Thomas-Caesar, R.; Baker, T. R.; Silva, N. F.; Ferreira, L. V.; Peres, C. A.; Silman, M. R.; Cerón, C.; Valverde, F. C.; Fiore, A. D.; Jimenez, E. M.; Mora, M. C. P.; Toledo, M.; Barbosa, E. M.; Bonates, L. C.; Arboleda, N. C.; Farias, E.; Fuentes, A.; Guillaumet, J. -L; Jørgensen, P. Møller; Malhi, Y.; Miranda, I. P.; Phillips, J. F.; Prieto, A.; Rudas, A.; Ruschel, A. R.; Silva, N.; Hildebrand, P.; Vos, V. A.; Zent, E. L.; Zent, S.; Cintra, B. B. L.; Nascimento, M. T.; Oliveira, A. A.; Ramirez-Angulo, H.; Ramos, J. F.; Rivas, G.; Schöngart, J.; Sierra, R.; Tirado, M.; Heijden, G.; Torre, E. V.; Wang, O.; Young, K. R.; Baider, C.; Cano, A.; Farfan-Rios, W.; Ferreira, C.; Hoffman, B.; Mendoza, C.; Mesones, I.; Torres-Lezama, A.; Medina, M. N. U.; Andel, T. R.; Villarroel, D.; Zagt, R.; Alexiades, M. N.; Balslev, H.; Garcia-Cabrera, K.; Gonzales, T.; Hernandez, L.; Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, I.; Manzatto, A. G.; Milliken, W.; Cuenca, W. P.; Pansini, S.; Pauletto, D.; Arevalo, F. R.; Reis, N. F. C.; Sampaio, A. F.; Giraldo, L. E. U.; Sandoval, E. H. V.; Gamarra, L. V.; Vela, C. I. A.; Steege, H.
Keywords: NZP
Abstract: Plant species domesticated in pre-Columbian times are widely and often abundantly distributed in modern-day Amazonian forest. Plant species domesticated in pre-Columbian times are widely and often abundantly distributed in modern-day Amazonian forest.
Seasonal drought limits tree species across the NeotropicsMuelbert, Adriane EsquivelBaker, Timothy R.Dexter, KyleLewis, Simon L.Steege, Hans terLopez-Gonzalez, GabrielaMendoza, Abel MonteagudoBrienen, RoelFeldpausch, Ted R.Pitman, NigelAlonso, Alfonsovan der Heijden, Geertje M.F.Peña-Claros, MarielosAhuite, ManuelAlexiaides, MiguelDávila, Esteban ÁlvarezMurakami, Alejandro AraujoArroyo, LuzmilaAulestia, MiltonBalslev, HenrikBarroso, JorcelyBoot, ReneCano, AngelaMoscoso, Victor ChamaComiskey, JimDallmeier, FranciscoDaly, DougDávila, NallarettDuivenvoorden, JoostMontoya, Alvaro Javier DuqueErwin, Terry L.Fiore, Anthony DiFredericksen, ToddFuentes, AlfredoGarcía-Villacorta, RooseveltGonzales, TheranyGuevara, Juan Ernesto AndinoCoronado, Euridice N. HonorioHuamantupa-Chuquimaco, IsauKilleen, TimothyMalhi, YadvinderMendoza, CasimiroMogollón, HugoJørgensen, Peter MøllerMontero, Juan CarlosMostacedo, BonifacioNauray, WilliamNeill, DavidVargas, Percy NúñezPalacios, SoniaCuenca, Walter PalaciosCamacho, Nadir Carolina PallquiPeacock, JuliePhillips, Juan FernandoPickavance, GeorgiaQuesada, Carlos AlbertoRamírez-Angulo, HirmaRestrepo, ZoraydaRodriguez, Carlos ReynelParedes, Marcos RíosSierra, RodrigoSilveira, MarcosStevenson, PabloStropp, JulianaTerborgh, JohnTirado, MiltonToledo, MarisolTorres-Lezama, ArmandoUmaña, María NataliaUrrego, Ligia EstelaMartinez, Rodolfo VasquezGamarra, Luis ValenzuelaVela, CéTorre, Emilio VilanovaVos, Vincentvon Hildebrand, PatricioVriesendorp, CorineWang, OpheliaYoung, Kenneth R.Zartman, Charles EugenePhillips, Oliver L.Cornejo, F.2017DOI: info:10.1111/ecog.01904Ecographyv. 40No. 5618629618–6290906-7590
Muelbert, Adriane Esquivel, Baker, Timothy R., Dexter, Kyle, Lewis, Simon L., Steege, Hans ter, Lopez-Gonzalez, Gabriela, Mendoza, Abel Monteagudo, Brienen, Roel, Feldpausch, Ted R., Pitman, Nigel, Alonso, Alfonso, van der Heijden, Geertje M.F., Peña-Claros, Marielos, Ahuite, Manuel, Alexiaides, Miguel, Dávila, Esteban Álvarez, Murakami, Alejandro Araujo, Arroyo, Luzmila, Aulestia, Milton, Balslev, Henrik, Barroso, Jorcely, Boot, Rene, Cano, Angela, Moscoso, Victor Chama, Comiskey, Jim et al. 2017. "Seasonal drought limits tree species across the Neotropics." Ecography 40 (5):618–629. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.01904
ID: 139443
Type: article
Authors: Muelbert, Adriane Esquivel; Baker, Timothy R.; Dexter, Kyle; Lewis, Simon L.; Steege, Hans ter; Lopez-Gonzalez, Gabriela; Mendoza, Abel Monteagudo; Brienen, Roel; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Pitman, Nigel; Alonso, Alfonso; van der Heijden, Geertje M.F.; Peña-Claros, Marielos; Ahuite, Manuel; Alexiaides, Miguel; Dávila, Esteban Álvarez; Murakami, Alejandro Araujo; Arroyo, Luzmila; Aulestia, Milton; Balslev, Henrik; Barroso, Jorcely; Boot, Rene; Cano, Angela; Moscoso, Victor Chama; Comiskey, Jim; Dallmeier, Francisco; Daly, Doug; Dávila, Nallarett; Duivenvoorden, Joost; Montoya, Alvaro Javier Duque; Erwin, Terry L.; Fiore, Anthony Di; Fredericksen, Todd; Fuentes, Alfredo; García-Villacorta, Roosevelt; Gonzales, Therany; Guevara, Juan Ernesto Andino; Coronado, Euridice N. Honorio; Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, Isau; Killeen, Timothy; Malhi, Yadvinder; Mendoza, Casimiro; Mogollón, Hugo; Jørgensen, Peter Møller; Montero, Juan Carlos; Mostacedo, Bonifacio; Nauray, William; Neill, David; Vargas, Percy Núñez; Palacios, Sonia; Cuenca, Walter Palacios; Camacho, Nadir Carolina Pallqui; Peacock, Julie; Phillips, Juan Fernando; Pickavance, Georgia; Quesada, Carlos Alberto; Ramírez-Angulo, Hirma; Restrepo, Zorayda; Rodriguez, Carlos Reynel; Paredes, Marcos Ríos; Sierra, Rodrigo; Silveira, Marcos; Stevenson, Pablo; Stropp, Juliana; Terborgh, John; Tirado, Milton; Toledo, Marisol; Torres-Lezama, Armando; Umaña, María Natalia; Urrego, Ligia Estela; Martinez, Rodolfo Vasquez; Gamarra, Luis Valenzuela; Vela, Cé; Torre, Emilio Vilanova; Vos, Vincent; von Hildebrand, Patricio; Vriesendorp, Corine; Wang, Ophelia; Young, Kenneth R.; Zartman, Charles Eugene; Phillips, Oliver L.; Cornejo, F.
Keywords: NH-Entomology; NMNH; NZP
A review of the impact of pipelines and power lines on biodiversity and strategies for mitigationRichardson, Matthew L.Wilson, Benjamin A.Aiuto, Daniel A. S.Crosby, Jonquil E.Alonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, FranciscoGolinski, G. Karen2017DOI: info:10.1007/s10531-017-1341-9Biodiversity and Conservationv. 26No. 8180118151801–18150960-3115
Richardson, Matthew L., Wilson, Benjamin A., Aiuto, Daniel A. S., Crosby, Jonquil E., Alonso, Alfonso, Dallmeier, Francisco, and Golinski, G. Karen. 2017. "A review of the impact of pipelines and power lines on biodiversity and strategies for mitigation." Biodiversity and Conservation 26 (8):1801–1815. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-017-1341-9
ID: 142537
Type: article
Authors: Richardson, Matthew L.; Wilson, Benjamin A.; Aiuto, Daniel A. S.; Crosby, Jonquil E.; Alonso, Alfonso; Dallmeier, Francisco; Golinski, G. Karen
Keywords: NZP
Abstract: Linear infrastructure such as pipelines and power lines is ubiquitous and responsible for loss of habitats and disruption of landscape connectivity. We reviewed published research to answer the following questions: (1) Which organisms are commonly used to indicate impacts of pipelines and power lines to biodiversity? (2) How do pipelines and power lines impact biodiversity? and (3) How are these impacts mitigated? Studies of pipelines most often used mammals and plants as bioindicators, whereas studies of power lines focused largely on birds and plants. A myriad of impacts were identified, including the mortality of plants during construction, changes to the structure and composition of plant and animal communities that resulted from construction, the creation of open and shrubby corridors within intact forests, and collisions and electrocutions of birds with power lines. However, in most studies baseline data were not collected, so magnitudes of the impacts are often unknown. Mitigation in many studies was mentioned only in the discussion as a way to reduce impacts, but mitigation techniques were rarely tested directly. We outline considerations when selecting bioindicators—research that takes a community- or ecosystem-level approach will more fully determine the scope of impacts of linear infrastructure than the historical approach of focusing on populations of select bioindicators. Mitigation strategies must ultimately result from appropriate baseline studies, scientific data collection and analyses, and be implemented within an adaptive management strategy.
Quantifying impact reduction due to avoidance, minimization and restoration for a natural gas pipeline in the Peruvian AndesSahley, C. T.Vildoso, B.Casaretto, C.Taborga, P.Ledesma, KarimLinares-Palomino, R.Mamani, G.Dallmeier, FranciscoAlonso, A.2017DOI: info:10.1016/j.eiar.2017.06.003Environmental Impact Assessment Reviewv. 66536553–650195-9255
Sahley, C. T., Vildoso, B., Casaretto, C., Taborga, P., Ledesma, Karim, Linares-Palomino, R., Mamani, G., Dallmeier, Francisco, and Alonso, A. 2017. "Quantifying impact reduction due to avoidance, minimization and restoration for a natural gas pipeline in the Peruvian Andes." Environmental Impact Assessment Review 66:53–65. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eiar.2017.06.003
ID: 144027
Type: article
Authors: Sahley, C. T.; Vildoso, B.; Casaretto, C.; Taborga, P.; Ledesma, Karim; Linares-Palomino, R.; Mamani, G.; Dallmeier, Francisco; Alonso, A.
Keywords: NZP
Abstract: We present monitoring methods and quantitative biodiversity data to document components of the mitigation hierarchy. We estimated avoidance, minimization, restoration and impact reduction in quality hectares for the 25m wide right of way of a 408km natural gas buried pipeline that crosses 14 Ecological Landscape Units (ELUs) in the tropical Andes of Peru. We found that applying the mitigation hierarchy as part of a comprehensive biodiversity action plan substantially reduced impacts on biodiversity in all habitats studied. Avoidance and right of way minimization contributed to significant impact reduction. We quantified impact reduction during construction and operation on the right of way of the pipeline over a five-year period and found that restoration was the greatest contributor to reducing impacts. We documented that most ELUs have a positive restoration trajectory. We also documented how monitoring over large scale spatial scales, in combination with site-specific monitoring, generated data for management to determine restoration priorities and impact mitigation. A biodiversity action plan that incorporated the mitigation hierarchy and a science-based biodiversity monitoring and assessment program contributed to biodiversity management of the project and played an important role in minimizing and managing impacts.
Evolution and Conservation of Central African Biodiversity: Priorities for Future Research and Education in the Congo Basin and Gulf of GuineaAnthony, Nicola M.Atteke, ChristianeBruford, Michael W.Dallmeier, FranciscoFreedman, AdamHardy, OlivierIbrahim, BramaJeffery, Kathryn J.Johnson, MireilleLahm, Sally A.Lepengue, NicaiseLowenstein, Jacob H.Maisels, FionaMboumba, Jean-FrançoisMickala, PatrickMorgan, KatyNtie, StephanSmith, Thomas B.Sullivan, John P.Verheyen, ErikGonder, Mary K.2015DOI: info:10.1111/btp.12188Biotropicav. 47No. 16176–170006-3606
Anthony, Nicola M., Atteke, Christiane, Bruford, Michael W., Dallmeier, Francisco, Freedman, Adam, Hardy, Olivier, Ibrahim, Brama, Jeffery, Kathryn J., Johnson, Mireille, Lahm, Sally A., Lepengue, Nicaise, Lowenstein, Jacob H., Maisels, Fiona, Mboumba, Jean-François, Mickala, Patrick, Morgan, Katy, Ntie, Stephan, Smith, Thomas B., Sullivan, John P., Verheyen, Erik, and Gonder, Mary K. 2015. "Evolution and Conservation of Central African Biodiversity: Priorities for Future Research and Education in the Congo Basin and Gulf of Guinea." Biotropica 47 (1):6–17. https://doi.org/10.1111/btp.12188
ID: 133154
Type: article
Authors: Anthony, Nicola M.; Atteke, Christiane; Bruford, Michael W.; Dallmeier, Francisco; Freedman, Adam; Hardy, Olivier; Ibrahim, Brama; Jeffery, Kathryn J.; Johnson, Mireille; Lahm, Sally A.; Lepengue, Nicaise; Lowenstein, Jacob H.; Maisels, Fiona; Mboumba, Jean-François; Mickala, Patrick; Morgan, Katy; Ntie, Stephan; Smith, Thomas B.; Sullivan, John P.; Verheyen, Erik; Gonder, Mary K.
Keywords: NZP
Abstract: The tropical forests of the Congo Basin and Gulf of Guinea harbor some of the greatest terrestrial and aquatic biological diversity in the world. However, our knowledge of the rich biological diversity of this region and the evolutionary processes that have shaped it remains limited, as is our understanding of the capacity for species to adapt or otherwise respond to current and projected environmental change. In this regard, research efforts are needed to increase current scientific knowledge of this region's biodiversity, identify the drivers of past diversification, evaluate the potential for species to adapt to environmental change and identify key populations for future conservation. Moreover, when evolutionary research is combined with ongoing environmental monitoring efforts, it can also provide an important set of tools for assessing and mitigating the impacts of development activities. Building on a set of recommendations developed at an international workshop held in Gabon in 2011, we highlight major areas for future evolutionary research that could be directly tied to conservation priorities for the region. These research priorities are centered around five disciplinary themes: (1) documenting and discovering biodiversity; (2) identifying drivers of evolutionary diversification; (3) monitoring environmental change; (4) understanding community and ecosystem level processes; (5) investigating the ecology and epidemiology of disease from an evolutionary perspective (evolutionary epidemiology). Furthermore, we also provide an overview of the needs and priorities for biodiversity education and training in Central Africa.
Estimating the global conservation status of more than 15,000 Amazonian tree speciester Steege, HansPitman, Nigel C. A.Killeen, Timothy J.Laurance, William F.Peres, Carlos A.Guevara, Juan ErnestoSalomão, Rafael P.Castilho, Carolina V.Amaral, IêMatos, Francisca Dionízia de AlmeidaCoelho, Luiz de SouzaMagnusson, William E.Phillips, Oliver L.Filho, Diogenes de Andrade LimaCarim, Marcelo de Jesus VeigaIrume, Mariana VictóriaMartins, Maria PiresMolino, Jean-FrançoisSabatier, DanielWittmann, FlorianLópez, Dairon CárdenasGuimarães, José Renan,da SilvaMendoza, Abel MonteagudoVargas, Percy NúñezManzatto, Angelo GilbertoReis, Neidiane Farias CostaTerborgh, JohnCasula, Katia ReginaMontero, Juan CarlosFeldpausch, Ted R.Coronado, Euridice N. HonorioMontoya, Alvaro Javier DuqueZartman, Charles EugeneMostacedo, BonifacioVasquez, RodolfoAssis, Rafael L.Medeiros, Marcelo BrilhanteSimon, Marcelo FragomeniAndrade, AnaCamargo, José LuísLaurance, Susan G. W.Nascimento, Henrique Eduardo MendonçaMarimon, Beatriz S.Marimon, Ben-HurCosta, FláviaTarghetta, NataliaVieira, Ima Célia GuimarãesBrienen, RoelCastellanos, HernánDuivenvoorden, Joost F.Mogollón, Hugo F.Piedade, Maria Teresa FernandezC, Gerardo A. AymardComiskey, James A.Damasco, GabrielDávila, NállarettGarcía-Villacorta, RooseveltDiaz, Pablo Roberto StevensonVincentini, AlbertoEmilio, ThaiseLevis, CarolinaSchietti, JulianaSouza, PriscilaAlonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, FranciscoFerreira, Leandro ValleNeill, DavidAraujo-Murakami, AlejandroArroyo, LuzmilaCarvalho, Fernanda AntunesSouza, Fernanda CoelhoAmaral, DáGribel, RogerioLuize, Bruno GarciaPansonato, Marcelo PetratiVenticinque, EduardoFine, PaulToledo, MarisolBaraloto, ChrisCerón, CarlosEngel, JulienHenkel, Terry W.Jimenez, Eliana M.Maas, PaulMora, Maria Cristina PeñuelaPetronelli, PascalRevilla, Juan David CardenasSilveira, MarcosStropp, JulianaThomas-Caesar, RaquelBaker, Tim R.Daly, DougParedes, Marcos RíosSilva, Naara Ferreira daFuentes, AlfredoJørgensen, Peter MøllerSchöngart, JochenSilman, Miles R.Arboleda, Nicolás CastañoCintra, Bruno Barçante LadvocatValverde, Fernando CornejoFiore, Anthony DiPhillips, Juan FernandoAndel, Tinde R. vanHildebrand, Patricio vonBarbosa, Edelcilio MarquesBonates, Luiz Carlos de MatosCastro, Deborah deFarias, Emanuelle de SousaGonzales, TheranyGuillaumet, Jean-LouisHoffman, BruceMalhi, YadvinderMiranda, Ires Paula de AndradePrieto, AdrianaRudas, AgustínRuschell, Ademir R.Silva, NatalinoVela, CéVos, Vincent A.Zent, Eglée L.Zent, StanfordCano, AngelaNascimento, Marcelo TrindadeOliveira, Alexandre A.Ramirez-Angulo, HirmaRamos, José FerreiraSierra, RodrigoTirado, MiltonMedina, Maria Natalia Umañavan der Heijden, Geertje M.F.Torre, Emilio VilanovaVriesendorp, CorineWang, OpheliaYoung, Kenneth R.Baider, ClaudiaBalslev, HenrikCastro, Natalia deFarfan-Rios, WilliamFerreira, CidMendoza, CasimiroMesones, ItaloTorres-Lezama, ArmandoGiraldo, Ligia Estela UrregoVillarroel, DanielZagt, RoderickAlexiades, Miguel N.Garcia-Cabrera, KarinaHernandez, LionelHuamantupa-Chuquimaco, IsauMilliken, WilliamCuenca, Walter PalaciosPansini, SusamarPauletto, DanielaArevalo, Freddy RamirezSampaio, Adeilza FelipeSandoval, Elvis H. ValderramaGamarra, Luis Valenzuela2015DOI: info:10.1126/sciadv.1500936Science Advancesv. 1No. 102375-2548
ter Steege, Hans, Pitman, Nigel C. A., Killeen, Timothy J., Laurance, William F., Peres, Carlos A., Guevara, Juan Ernesto, Salomão, Rafael P., Castilho, Carolina V., Amaral, Iê, Matos, Francisca Dionízia de Almeida, Coelho, Luiz de Souza, Magnusson, William E., Phillips, Oliver L., Filho, Diogenes de Andrade Lima, Carim, Marcelo de Jesus Veiga, Irume, Mariana Victória, Martins, Maria Pires, Molino, Jean-François, Sabatier, Daniel, Wittmann, Florian, López, Dairon Cárdenas, Guimarães, José Renan,da Silva, Mendoza, Abel Monteagudo, Vargas, Percy Núñez, Manzatto, Angelo Gilberto et al. 2015. "Estimating the global conservation status of more than 15,000 Amazonian tree species." Science Advances 1 (10):https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.1500936
ID: 138180
Type: article
Authors: ter Steege, Hans; Pitman, Nigel C. A.; Killeen, Timothy J.; Laurance, William F.; Peres, Carlos A.; Guevara, Juan Ernesto; Salomão, Rafael P.; Castilho, Carolina V.; Amaral, Iê; Matos, Francisca Dionízia de Almeida; Coelho, Luiz de Souza; Magnusson, William E.; Phillips, Oliver L.; Filho, Diogenes de Andrade Lima; Carim, Marcelo de Jesus Veiga; Irume, Mariana Victória; Martins, Maria Pires; Molino, Jean-François; Sabatier, Daniel; Wittmann, Florian; López, Dairon Cárdenas; Guimarães, José Renan,da Silva; Mendoza, Abel Monteagudo; Vargas, Percy Núñez; Manzatto, Angelo Gilberto; Reis, Neidiane Farias Costa; Terborgh, John; Casula, Katia Regina; Montero, Juan Carlos; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Coronado, Euridice N. Honorio; Montoya, Alvaro Javier Duque; Zartman, Charles Eugene; Mostacedo, Bonifacio; Vasquez, Rodolfo; Assis, Rafael L.; Medeiros, Marcelo Brilhante; Simon, Marcelo Fragomeni; Andrade, Ana; Camargo, José Luís; Laurance, Susan G. W.; Nascimento, Henrique Eduardo Mendonça; Marimon, Beatriz S.; Marimon, Ben-Hur; Costa, Flávia; Targhetta, Natalia; Vieira, Ima Célia Guimarães; Brienen, Roel; Castellanos, Hernán; Duivenvoorden, Joost F.; Mogollón, Hugo F.; Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez; C, Gerardo A. Aymard; Comiskey, James A.; Damasco, Gabriel; Dávila, Nállarett; García-Villacorta, Roosevelt; Diaz, Pablo Roberto Stevenson; Vincentini, Alberto; Emilio, Thaise; Levis, Carolina; Schietti, Juliana; Souza, Priscila; Alonso, Alfonso; Dallmeier, Francisco; Ferreira, Leandro Valle; Neill, David; Araujo-Murakami, Alejandro; Arroyo, Luzmila; Carvalho, Fernanda Antunes; Souza, Fernanda Coelho; Amaral, Dá; Gribel, Rogerio; Luize, Bruno Garcia; Pansonato, Marcelo Petrati; Venticinque, Eduardo; Fine, Paul; Toledo, Marisol; Baraloto, Chris; Cerón, Carlos; Engel, Julien; Henkel, Terry W.; Jimenez, Eliana M.; Maas, Paul; Mora, Maria Cristina Peñuela; Petronelli, Pascal; Revilla, Juan David Cardenas; Silveira, Marcos; Stropp, Juliana; Thomas-Caesar, Raquel; Baker, Tim R.; Daly, Doug; Paredes, Marcos Ríos; Silva, Naara Ferreira da; Fuentes, Alfredo; Jørgensen, Peter Møller; Schöngart, Jochen; Silman, Miles R.; Arboleda, Nicolás Castaño; Cintra, Bruno Barçante Ladvocat; Valverde, Fernando Cornejo; Fiore, Anthony Di; Phillips, Juan Fernando; Andel, Tinde R. van; Hildebrand, Patricio von; Barbosa, Edelcilio Marques; Bonates, Luiz Carlos de Matos; Castro, Deborah de; Farias, Emanuelle de Sousa; Gonzales, Therany; Guillaumet, Jean-Louis; Hoffman, Bruce; Malhi, Yadvinder; Miranda, Ires Paula de Andrade; Prieto, Adriana; Rudas, Agustín; Ruschell, Ademir R.; Silva, Natalino; Vela, Cé; Vos, Vincent A.; Zent, Eglée L.; Zent, Stanford; Cano, Angela; Nascimento, Marcelo Trindade; Oliveira, Alexandre A.; Ramirez-Angulo, Hirma; Ramos, José Ferreira; Sierra, Rodrigo; Tirado, Milton; Medina, Maria Natalia Umaña; van der Heijden, Geertje M.F.; Torre, Emilio Vilanova; Vriesendorp, Corine; Wang, Ophelia; Young, Kenneth R.; Baider, Claudia; Balslev, Henrik; Castro, Natalia de; Farfan-Rios, William; Ferreira, Cid; Mendoza, Casimiro; Mesones, Italo; Torres-Lezama, Armando; Giraldo, Ligia Estela Urrego; Villarroel, Daniel; Zagt, Roderick; Alexiades, Miguel N.; Garcia-Cabrera, Karina; Hernandez, Lionel; Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, Isau; Milliken, William; Cuenca, Walter Palacios; Pansini, Susamar; Pauletto, Daniela; Arevalo, Freddy Ramirez; Sampaio, Adeilza Felipe; Sandoval, Elvis H. Valderrama; Gamarra, Luis Valenzuela
Keywords: NZP; STRI
Abstract: Estimates of extinction risk for Amazonian plant and animal species are rare and not often incorporated into land-use policy and conservation planning. We overlay spatial distribution models with historical and projected deforestation to show that at least 36% and up to 57% of all Amazonian tree species are likely to qualify as globally threatened under International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List criteria. If confirmed, these results would increase the number of threatened plant species on Earth by 22%. We show that the trends observed in Amazonia apply to trees throughout the tropics, and we predict that most of the world’s >40,000 tropical tree species now qualify as globally threatened. A gap analysis suggests that existing Amazonian protected areas and indigenous territories will protect viable populations of most threatened species if these areas suffer no further degradation, highlighting the key roles that protected areas, indigenous peoples, and improved governance can play in preventing large-scale extinctions in the tropics in this century. Analyses of forest loss and protected areas suggest that 36 to 57% of Amazonian tree flora may qualify as “globally threatened.” Analyses of forest loss and protected areas suggest that 36 to 57% of Amazonian tree flora may qualify as “globally threatened.”
The Gabon Biodiversity Program: A Conservation Research CollaborationAlonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, FranciscoKorte, LisaVanthomme, Hadrien P. A.2014DOI: info:10.2979/africatoday.61.1.3Africa Todayv. 61No. 13153–150001-9887
Alonso, Alfonso, Dallmeier, Francisco, Korte, Lisa, and Vanthomme, Hadrien P. A. 2014. "The Gabon Biodiversity Program: A Conservation Research Collaboration." Africa Today 61 (1):3–15. https://doi.org/10.2979/africatoday.61.1.3
Using Genetic Profiles of African Forest Elephants to Infer Population Structure, Movements, and Habitat Use in a Conservation and Development Landscape in GabonEggert, L. S.Buij, R.Lee, M. E.Campbell, P.Dallmeier, FranciscoFleischer, Robert C.Alonso, AlfonsoMaldonado, Jesús E.2014DOI: info:10.1111/cobi.12161Conservation Biologyv. 28No. 1107118107–1180888-8892
Eggert, L. S., Buij, R., Lee, M. E., Campbell, P., Dallmeier, Francisco, Fleischer, Robert C., Alonso, Alfonso, and Maldonado, Jesús E. 2014. "Using Genetic Profiles of African Forest Elephants to Infer Population Structure, Movements, and Habitat Use in a Conservation and Development Landscape in Gabon." Conservation Biology 28 (1):107–118. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.12161
ID: 117701
Type: article
Authors: Eggert, L. S.; Buij, R.; Lee, M. E.; Campbell, P.; Dallmeier, Francisco; Fleischer, Robert C.; Alonso, Alfonso; Maldonado, Jesús E.
Keywords: NH-Vertebrate Zoology; NMNH; NZP
Abstract: Conservation of wide-ranging species, such as the African forest elephant (Loxodonta cyclotis), depends on fully protected areas and multiple-use areas (MUA) that provide habitat connectivity. In the Gamba Complex of Protected Areas in Gabon, which includes 2 national parks separated by a MUA containing energy and forestry concessions, we studied forest elephants to evaluate the importance of the MUA to wide-ranging species. We extracted DNA from elephant dung samples and used genetic information to identify over 500 individuals in the MUA and the parks. We then examined patterns of nuclear microsatellites and mitochondrial control-region sequences to infer population structure, movement patterns, and habitat use by age and sex. Population structure was weak but significant, and differentiation was more pronounced during the wet season. Within the MUA, males were more strongly associated with open habitats, such as wetlands and savannas, than females during the dry season. Many of the movements detected within and between seasons involved the wetlands and bordering lagoons. Our results suggest that the MUA provides year-round habitat for some elephants and additional habitat for others whose primary range is in the parks. With the continuing loss of roadless wilderness areas in Central Africa, well-managed MUAs will likely be important to the conservation of wide-ranging species.Utilización de Perfiles Genéticos de Elefantes Africanos para Inferir su Estructura Poblacional, Movimientos y Uso del Hábitat en un Paisaje con Conservación y Desarrollo en Gabón Resumenfgs
Megaproject des Ecológicas del Paisaje en los Valles Orientales, los Altos Andes y la Cuenca del Pacífico del Megaproyecto de PERU LNGLangstroth, RobertDallmeier, FranciscoCasaretto, CarolinaServat, Grace P.Alonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, FranciscoServat, Grace P.2014220-231220-231
Langstroth, Robert, Dallmeier, Francisco, Casaretto, Carolina, and Servat, Grace P. 2014. "Megaproject des Ecológicas del Paisaje en los Valles Orientales, los Altos Andes y la Cuenca del Pacífico del Megaproyecto de PERU LNG." in Monitoreo de Biodiversidad: Lecciones de un Megaproyecto Transandino, edited by Alonso, Alfonso, Dallmeier, Francisco, and Servat, Grace P., 220-231.
ID: 118697
Type: chapter
Authors: Langstroth, Robert; Dallmeier, Francisco; Casaretto, Carolina; Servat, Grace P.
Keywords: NZP
PrefaceDallmeier, FranciscoAlonso, AlfonsoAlonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, FranciscoServat, Grace P.2013xix-xxiixix-xxii
Dallmeier, Francisco and Alonso, Alfonso. 2013. "Preface." in Monitoring Biodiversity: Lessons from a Trans-Andean Megaproject, edited by Alonso, Alfonso, Dallmeier, Francisco, and Servat, Grace P., xix-xxii.
ID: 118679
Type: chapter
Authors: Dallmeier, Francisco; Alonso, Alfonso
Keywords: NZP
PreámbuloDallmeier, FranciscoAlonso, AlfonsoAlonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, FranciscoServat, Grace P.2013xix-xxiixix-xxii
Dallmeier, Francisco and Alonso, Alfonso. 2013. "Preámbulo." in Monitoreo de Biodiversidad: Lecciones de un Megaproyecto Transandino, edited by Alonso, Alfonso, Dallmeier, Francisco, and Servat, Grace P., xix-xxii.
ID: 118692
Type: chapter
Authors: Dallmeier, Francisco; Alonso, Alfonso
Keywords: NZP
Developing and Implementing a Biodiversity Monitoring Program for a Trans-Andean Megaproject: Accomplishments, Limitations, and Transferable KnowledgeDallmeier, FranciscoAlonso, AlfonsoLangstroth, RobertBeltrán, RaymiPace, AlinaSahley, Catherine T.Sáenz, VerónicaServat, Grace P.Alonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, FranciscoServat, Grace P.2013195-210195-210
Dallmeier, Francisco, Alonso, Alfonso, Langstroth, Robert, Beltrán, Raymi, Pace, Alina, Sahley, Catherine T., Sáenz, Verónica, and Servat, Grace P. 2013. "Developing and Implementing a Biodiversity Monitoring Program for a Trans-Andean Megaproject: Accomplishments, Limitations, and Transferable Knowledge." in Monitoring Biodiversity: Lessons from a Trans-Andean Megaproject, edited by Alonso, Alfonso, Dallmeier, Francisco, and Servat, Grace P., 195-210.
ID: 118687
Type: chapter
Authors: Dallmeier, Francisco; Alonso, Alfonso; Langstroth, Robert; Beltrán, Raymi; Pace, Alina; Sahley, Catherine T.; Sáenz, Verónica; Servat, Grace P.
Keywords: NZP
Desarrollo e Implementación del Programa de Monitoreo de Biodiversidad para un Megaproyecto Transandino: Logros, Limitaciones y Conocimiento TransferibleDallmeier, FranciscoAlonso, AlfonsoLangstroth, RobertBeltrán, RaymiPace, AlinaSahley, Catherine T.Sáenz, VerónicaServat, Grace P.Alonso, AlfonsoDallmeier, FranciscoServat, Grace P.2013413-429Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press413-429
Dallmeier, Francisco, Alonso, Alfonso, Langstroth, Robert, Beltrán, Raymi, Pace, Alina, Sahley, Catherine T., Sáenz, Verónica, and Servat, Grace P. 2013. "Desarrollo e Implementación del Programa de Monitoreo de Biodiversidad para un Megaproyecto Transandino: Logros, Limitaciones y Conocimiento Transferible." in Monitoreo de Biodiversidad: Lecciones de un Megaproyecto Transandino, edited by Alonso, Alfonso, Dallmeier, Francisco, and Servat, Grace P., 413-429. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.
ID: 118694
Type: chapter
Authors: Dallmeier, Francisco; Alonso, Alfonso; Langstroth, Robert; Beltrán, Raymi; Pace, Alina; Sahley, Catherine T.; Sáenz, Verónica; Servat, Grace P.
Keywords: NZP