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Luquillo Experimental Forest: Research History and OpportunitiesAuthor(s): Nancy L. Harris; Ariel E. Lugo; Sandra Brown; Tamara Heartsill-Scalley
Source: Experimental Forest and Range EFR-1. Washington, D.C: USDA Forest Service. 152 p.
Publication Series: Experimental Forests and Ranges
Station: Washington Office
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DescriptionThe goals of this Luquillo Experimental Forest: Research History and Opportunities are to synthesize the new research that has emerged from the LEF since the publication of Brown et al. (1983) into a concise summary of key research findings and to highlight opportunities for future research that will contribute to a greater understanding of the structure and function of tropical forested ecosystems in a changing world. The basic structure of this publication remains similar to the Brown et al. version, but the data presented in each chapter reflect new knowledge and new ideas that have arisen through the extensive work of modern-day researchers.
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CitationHarris, Nancy L.;Lugo, Ariel E.; Brown, Sandra; Heartsill Scalley, Tamara (Eds.). 2012.Luquillo Experimental Forest: Research History and Opportunities. Experimental Forests and Ranges EFR-1. Washington, D.C: USDA Forest Service. 152 p.
Keywordstropical forests, Puerto Rico, International Institute of Tropical Forestry, Long-Term Ecological Research
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