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Yu M, Gao Q.. Leaf-traits and growth allometry explain competition and differences in response to climatic change in a temperate forest landscape: a simulation study. Annals of Botany. 2011;108(5):885-894.
Yu M. Sustainability for Dryland Development. UPR; 2012.
Yu M. USDA project workshop: Strengthening educational capacities in geospatial science and technology in agricultural and natural resources management. Rio Piedras: University of Puerto Rico ; 2011.
Yu M. Geospatial analysis and Modeling in Ecohydrology. Department of Biology, University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez; 2011.
Yu M, Gao Q.. Distribution Patterns of Tropical Wetlands in the course of Reforestation and Urbanization. Washington, D.C.; 2014.
Yu M, Gao Q.. Vulnerability and Adaptive Management of Tropical Coastal Wetlands in the context of Land Use and Climate Changes. Washington, D.C.; 2013.
Yu M, Qian H., Zhang Y., Yuan H.. Analysis on conservation effectiveness of national natural reserves on the key-protected wild plants. Biodiversity Science . 2009;17(3):280-287.
Yu M, Gao Q.. Vulnerability and Adaptive Management of Tropical Coastal Wetlands in the context of Land Use and Climate Changes.. Washington, D.C.; 2012.
Yu M. Large-scale biodiversity analysis and decision support platform. Beijing; 2010.
Yu M, Gao Q., Epstein H.. Ecophysiological characteristics on photosynthesis and stomatal conductance of dominant C3 and C4 species in semi-arid and arid grassland. South African Journal of Botany. 2009;75(3):518-525.
Yu M, Gao Q.. Distribution Patterns of Tropical Wetlands in the course of Reforestation and Urbanization. Washington, DC; 2014.
Yu M. Application of GIS and Species Distribution Models in Conservation Biogeography. Beijing; 2009.
Yu M, Gao Q.. Leaf-traits and growth allometry explain competition and differences in response to climatic change in a temperate forest landscape: a simulation study. Annals of Botany. 2011;108(5):885-894.
Yu M. Leaf traits and growth allometry explain competition and differences in response to climate change.; 2012.
Yu M. USDA project workshop: Hydrological analysis using ArcGIS – a case study for watersheds in Northeastern Puerto Rico. Rio Piedras: University of Puerto Rico; 2011.
Yu M. Geospatial analysis and modeling in plant ecology. University of Puerto Rico; 2009.