Research Priorities for Neotropical Dry Forests

@inproceedings{SanchezAzofeifa2005ResearchPF,
  title={Research Priorities for Neotropical Dry Forests},
  author={G. Arturo Sanchez-Azofeifa and Mauricio Torre Quesada and Jos{\'e} Miguel Rodr{\'i}guez and Jafet Marcos Nassar and Kathryn Elizabeth Stoner and Alicia Melgoza Castillo and Theresa D. Garvin and Egl{\'e}e L Zent and Julio Cesar Calvo-Alvarado and Margaret Kal{\'a}cska and L N Blanca Fajardo and John A. Gamon and Pablo Cuevas-Reyes},
  year={2005}
}
Our understanding of the human and biophysical dimensions of tropical dry forest change and its cumulative effects is still in the early stages of academic discovery. The papers in this special section on Neotropical dry forests cover a wide range of sites and problems ranging from the use of multispectral and hyperspectral remote sensing platforms to the impact of hurricanes on tropical dry forest regeneration. Here, we present to the scientific community the results of a workshop on which… CONTINUE READING

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