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Ramírez, A.. Undergraduate research training in tropical ecology at the Luquillo LTER, Puerto Rico In All Scientists Meeting, LTER program. Estes Park, CO, 2009.
Ramírez, A., A. C. Engman, K. Rosas, O. Perez-Reyes, and D.M. Martinó-Cardona. "Urban impacts on tropical island streams: some key aspects influencing ecosystem response." Urban Ecosystems 15, no. 2 (2012): 315-325.
Ramírez, A., A. Engman, K. Rosas, O. Perez-Reyes, and D.M. Martinó-Cardona. "Urban impacts on tropical island streams: some key aspects influencing ecosystem response." Urban Ecosystems 15, no. 2 (2012): 315-325.
Ramírez, A., A. Engman, K. Rosas, O. Perez-Reyes, and D.M. Martinó-Cardona. "Urban impacts on tropical island stress: some key aspects influencing ecosystem response." Urban Ecosystems 15, no. 315 (2012).
Ramírez, A., S Burgos-Caraballo, A. Engman, N. Martinez, J.R. Ortíz-Zayas, A. Covich, C. Pringle, P. Torres, T. Crowl, O. Perez et al. Urban streams in Puerto Rico: understanding stream ecosystems outside the Luquillo forest In All Scientists Meeting, LTER program. Estes Park, CO, 2009.
Ramírez, A., R. De Jesús-Crespo, D.M. Martinó-Cardona, N. Martínez-Rivera, and S Burgos-Caraballo. "Urban streams in Puerto Rico: what can we learn from the tropics?" Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28, no. 4 (2009): 1070-1079.
Ramírez, A., and R. De Jesús-Crespo. "The use of a stream visual assessment protocol to determine ecosystem integrity in an urban watershed in Puerto Rico." Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 36, no. 12 (2011): 560-566.
De Jesús-Crespo, R., and A. Ramírez. "The use of a stream visual assessment protocol to determine ecosystem integrity in an urban watershed in Puerto Rico." Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 36, no. 12 (2011): 560-566.
Gómez-Anaya, J.A., R. Novelo-Gutiérrez, A. Ramírez, and R. Arce-Pérez. "Using empirical field data of aquatic insects to infer a cut-off slope value in asymptotic models to assess inventory completeness." Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 85 (2014): 218-227.

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