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Long-term research in the Luquillo Mountains, synthesis and foundations for the futureAuthor(s): M.R. Willig; C.P. Bloch; A.P. Covich; C.A.S. Hall; D.J. Lodge; A.E. Lugo; W.L. Silver; R.B. Waide; L.R. Walker; J.K. Zimmerman
Source: In: Brokaw, N.; Crowl, T.A.; Lugo, A.E.; McDowell, W.H.; Scatena, F.N.; Waide, R.B.; Willig, M.R., eds. A Caribbean forest tapestry: the multidimensional nature of disturbance and response. New York: Oxford University Press: 361-441.
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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CitationWillig, M.R.; Bloch, C.P.; Covich, A.P.; Hall, C.A.S.; Lodge, D.J.; Lugo, A.E.; Silver, W.L.; Waide, R.B.; Walker, L.R.; Zimmerman, J.K. 2012. Long-term research in the Luquillo Mountains, synthesis and foundations for the future. Pages 361-441 in: N. Brokaw, T.A. Crowl, A.E. Lugo, W.H. McDowell, F.N. Scatena, R.B. Waide, and M. R. Willig, editors. A Caribbean forest tapestry: the multidimensional nature of disturbance and response. New York: Oxford University Press.
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