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    • Above- and below-ground net primary productivity across ten Amazonian forests on contrasting soils 

      Aragao, L. E. O. C.; Malhi, Y.; Metcalfe, D. B.; Silva-Espejo, J. E.; Jiménez, Eliana; Navarrete, D.; Almeida, S.; Costa, A. C. L.; Salinas, N.; Phillips, O. L.; Anderson, L. O.; Álvarez Dávila, Esteban; Baker, T. R.; Goncalvez, P. H.; Huamán-Ovalle, J.; Mamani-Solórzano, M.; Meir, P.; Monteagudo, A.; Patiño, Sandra; Peñuela, Maria Cristina; Prieto, A.; Quesada, C. A.; Rozas-Dávila, A.; Rudas, A.; Silva Jr., J. A.; Vásquez, R.
      The net primary productivity (NPP) of tropical forests is one of the most important and least quantified components of the global carbon cycle. Most relevant studies have focused particularly on the quantification of the ...
      Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Amazonía Instituto Amazónico de Investigaciones (IMANI). 
    • Branch xylem density variations across the Amazon Basin 

      Patiño, Sandra; Lloyd, Jon; Paiva, R.; Baker, Timothy R.; Quesada, Carlos Alberto; Mercado, L. M.; Schmerler, J.; Schwarz, M.; Santos, A. J. B.; Aguilar, A.; Czimczik, C. I.; Gallo, J.; Horna, V.; Hoyos, E. J.; Jimenez, Eliana; Peacock, J.; Peña-Cruz, A.; Sarmiento, C.; Sota, A.; Turriago, J. D.; Villanueva, B.; Vitzthum, P.; Álvarez Dávila, Esteban; Arroyo, L.; Baraloto, C.; Bonal, D.; Chave, J.; Costa, A. C. L.; Herrera, R.; Higuchi, Niro; Killeen, T.; Leal, E.; Luizâo, F. J.; Meir, P.; Monteagudo, A.; Neil, D. A.; Núñez Vargas, P.; Peñuela, Maria Cristina; Pitman, N.; Priante Filho, N.; Prieto, A.; Panfil, S. N.; Rudas, A.; Salomao, R.; Silva, N.; Silveira, M.; Soares de Almeida, S.; Torres-Lezama, A.; Vasquez-Martınez, R.; Vieira, I.; Malhi, Y.; Phillips, O. L.
      Xylem density is a physical property of wood that varies between individuals, species and environments. It reflects the physiological strategies of trees that lead to growth, survival and reproduction. Measurements of ...
      Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Amazonía Instituto Amazónico de Investigaciones (IMANI). 
    • Regional and large-scale patterns in Amazon forest structure and function are mediated by variations in soil physical and chemical properties 

      Quesada, C. A.; Lloyd, Jon; Schwarz, M.; Baker, T. R.; Phillips, O. L.; Patiño, Sandra; Czimczi, C.; Hodnett, M. G.; Herrera, R.; Arneth, A.; Lloyd, G.; Malhi, Y.; Dezzeo, N.; Luizâo, F. J.; Santos, A. J. B.; Schmerler, J.; Arroyo, L.; Silveira, M.; Priante Filho, N.; Jiménez, Eliana; Paiva, R.; Vieira, I.; Neil, D. A.; Silva, N.; Peñuela, Maria Cristina; Monteagudo, A.; Vásquez, R.; Prieto, A.; Rudas, A.; Almeida, S.; Higuchi, N.; Lezama, A. T.; López-González, G.; Peacock, J.; Fyllas, N. M.; Álvarez Dávila, Esteban; Fiore, A. di; Chao, K. J.; Honorio, E.; Killeen, T.; Peña Cruz, A.; Pitman, N.; Núñez Vargas, P.; Salomao, R.; Terborgh, J.; Ramírez, H.
      Forest structure and dynamics have been noted to vary across the Amazon Basin in an east-west gradient in a pattern which coincides with variations in soil fertility and geology. This has resulted in the hypothesis that ...
      Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Amazonía Instituto Amazónico de Investigaciones (IMANI). 
    • Regional and seasonal patterns of litterfall in tropical South America 

      Chave, J.; Navarrete, D.; Almeida, S.; Álvarez Dávila, Esteban; Aragao, L. E. O. C.; Bonal, D.; Chatelet, P.; Silva-Espejo, J. E.; Goret, J. Y.; Hildebrand, P. von; Jiménez, Eliana; Patiño, Sandra; Peñuela, Maria Cristina; Phillips, O. L.; Stevenson, P.; Malhi, Y.
      The production of aboveground soft tissue represents an important share of total net primary production in tropical rain forests. Here we draw from a large number of published and unpublished datasets (n = 81 sites) to ...
      Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Amazonía Instituto Amazónico de Investigaciones (IMANI).