Comparative Phenological Studies of Trees in Tropical Wet and Dry Forests in the Lowlands of Costa Rica

@inproceedings{Frankie1974ComparativePS,
  title={Comparative Phenological Studies of Trees in Tropical Wet and Dry Forests in the Lowlands of Costa Rica},
  author={Gordon W. Frankie and Herbert George Baker and Paul A. Opler},
  year={1974}
}
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The dearth of plant phenological studies in tropical latitudes has been pointed out by various authors (Gibbs & Leston 1970; McClure 1966; Nevling 1971; Rees 1964. [...] Key Method The Wet forest site, Finca La Selva, is situated in the Atlantic watershed, while the Dry forest site, Comelco Property, is situated in the Pacific watershed.Expand Abstract

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