Prospects for circa situm tree conservation in Mesoamerican dry forest agro-ecosystems

@inproceedings{Boshier2004ProspectsFC,
  title={Prospects for circa situm tree conservation in Mesoamerican dry forest agro-ecosystems},
  author={David H. Boshier and James Edward Gordon and Adrian J. Barrance},
  year={2004}
}
Dry forest once stretched almost continuously along the Mesoamerican (Central American/Mexican) Pacific coast, from Sonora in Mexico to Guanacaste in Costa Rica (area of 550,000 km2). Conditions suitable for dry forest also exist on the Yucatán Peninsula, the coast of the Mexican states of Puebla and Tamaulipas, with significant inland areas in dry valleys (e.g., Motagua Valley, Guatemala) throughout the region (see Graham and Dilcher 1995 and Murphy and Lugo 1995 for the distribution and… CONTINUE READING

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