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Phylogenetic classification of the world’s tropical forests
Significance Identifying and explaining regional differences in tropical forest dynamics, structure, diversity, and composition are critical for anticipating region-specific responses to globalExpand
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Biodiversidad 2016. Estado y Tendencias de la Biodiversidad Continental de Colombia
Esta tercera entrega del reporte anual de la biodiversidad en Colombia profundiza en la linea editorial iniciada el ano 2014 mediante nuevas propuestas analiticas y graficas, con la intencion deExpand
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Oak forests of Quercus humboldtii in the Caribbean region and distribution patterns related with environmental factors in Colombia
Abstract Quercus forests reach their southern limit of distribution in Colombia, where they are represented by Quercus humboldtii. In the inner slopes of the Western and Eastern cordilleras ofExpand
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Monitoreo a procesos de restauración ecológica aplicado a ecosistemas terrestres
Los anfibios y reptiles poseen un papel funcional clave en los ecosistemas y son importantes, de manera directa o indirecta, para el ser humano. Este grupo indica y sostiene la salud del ecosistema aExpand
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Monitoring Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Colombia's High Andean Ecosystems: Toward an Integrated Strategy
There is growing consensus that biodiversity losses resulting from global change profoundly affects ecosystem services and human welfare. However, biodiversity and ecosystem processes are commonlyExpand
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Construcción de una Estrategia para el Monitoreo Integrado de los Ecosistemas de Alta Montaña en Colombia
We present a synthesis of a proposal for integrated monitoring of high Andean ecosystems in Colombia, formulated through a process of discussion and consultation with multiple stakeholders withExpand
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Diverging functional strategies but high sensitivity to an extreme drought in tropical dry forests.
Extreme drought events have negative effects on forest diversity and functioning. At the species level, however, these effects are still unclear, as species vary in their response to drought throughExpand
ECOLOGY Correction for “Phylogenetic classification of the world’s tropical forests,” by J. W. Ferry Slik, Janet Franklin, Víctor ArroyoRodríguez, Richard Field, Salomon Aguilar, Nikolay Aguirre,Expand