San Emilio

San Emilio


Historic Publications

The following publications are based on fieldwork conducted at the San Emilio FDP for all stems with a dbh ≥ 3 cm:

Cho-ying Huang, Sandra M. Durán, Kai-ting Hu, N.G. Swenson, B.J. Enquist. Remotely sensed assessment of increasing chronic and episodic drought effects on a Costa Rican tropical dry forest. Ecosphere (In Press).

Conlisk, E., Conlisk, J., Enquist, B., Thompson, J. and Harte, J., 2009. Improved abundance prediction from presence–absence data. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 18(1), pp.1-10.

Enquist, B. J., & Enquist, C. A. F. (2011). Long-term change within a Neotropical forest: assessing differential functional and floristic responses to disturbance and drought. Global Change Biology, 17(3), 1408–1424.

Enquist, B. J., West, G. B., Charnov, E. L., Brown, J. H., Santa, T., Road, H. P., Fe, S., Division, T., & Ms, B. (1999). Allometric scaling of production and life history variation in vascular plants. Nature, 401(CI), 907–911.

Harte, J., Smith, A.B. and Storch, D., 2009. Biodiversity scales from plots to biomes with a universal species–area curve. Ecology letters, 12(8), pp.789-797.

Hubbell, S.P., Johnson, L.K., Stanislav, E., Wilson, B. and Fowler, H., 1980. Foraging by bucket-brigade in leaf-cutter ants. Biotropica, pp.210-213.

Hulshof, C.M., Stegen, J.C., Swenson, N.G., Enquist, C.A. and Enquist, B.J., 2012. Interannual variability of growth and reproduction in Bursera simaruba: the role of allometry and resource variability. Ecology, 93(1), pp.180-190.

Rockwood, Larry L. Plant selection and foraging patterns in two species of leaf‐cutting ants (Atta). Ecology 57.1 (1976): 48-61.

Rockwood, L.L. and Hubbell, S.P., 1987. Host-plant selection, diet diversity, and optimal foraging in a tropical leafcutting ant. Oecologia, 74(1), pp.55-61.

Swenson, N. G., & Enquist, B. J. (2009). Opposing assembly mechanisms in a neotropical dry forest: implications for phylogenetic and functional community ecology. Ecology, 90(8), 2161–2170.

Stevens, G.C., 1987. Lianas as structural parasites: the Bursera simaruba example. Ecology, 68(1), pp.77-81.

Swenson, N. G., Enquist, B. J., Pither, J., Thompson, J., & Zimmerman, J. K. (2006). The problem and promise of scale dependency in community phylogenetics. Ecology, 87(10), 2418–2424.[2418:TPAPOS]2.0.CO;2

Swenson, N. G., Hulshof, C. M., Katabuchi, M., & Enquist, B. J. (2020). Long‐term shifts in the functional composition and diversity of a tropical dry forest: a 30‐yr study. Ecological Monographs.