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Book Chapter
Lugo A., Waide R., Willig M., Crowl T., Scatena F., Thompson J., et al. Ecological paradigms for the tropics: old questions and continuing challenges.; 2012. 3. p. 3-41p.
McDowell WH, Scatena F., Waide R., Brokaw N.. Geographic and ecological setting. In: Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response. New York: Oxford University Press; 2012. 7. p. 72-163p.
Brokaw N., Zimmerman JK, Camilo G., Covich A., Crowl T., Fetcher N., et al. Response to disturbance. In: A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press; 2012.
Conference Proceedings
McDowell WH, Ramírez A., Potter J., González G.. Carbon losses from tropical watersheds: Quantifying the effects of urbanization on concentrations of organic and inorganic carbon in coastal montane tropical rivers. San José, Costa Rica; 2013.
Torres-Delgado E, Valle-Diaz C., Lee T., Collett J., Sánchez-García MJ, McDowell WH, et al. Chemical Speciation of Water Soluble Ions and Metals of Cloud and Rain Water During the Puerto Rico African Dust and Clouds Study (PRADACS) Campaigns. Universidad del Turabo, Gurabo, PR; 2013.
Mayol-Bracero O., Valle-Diaz C., Torres-Delgado E, Lee T., Collett J., McDowell WH, et al. Impact of long-range transported African dust events on cloud chemistry at a Caribbean tropical montane cloud forest. Natal, Brazil; 2014.
Koenig L., Ramírez A., McDowell WH. Quantifying carbon losses from tropical watersheds: the effects of urbanization on organic and inorganic carbon flux. Portland, OR; 2014.
Koenig L., Ramírez A., McDowell WH. Quantifying carbon losses from tropical watersheds: the effects of urbanization on organic and inorganic carbon flux. Portland, OR; 2014.
Torres-Delgado E, Valle-Diaz C., Baumgardener D., McDowell WH, González G., Mayol-Bracero O.. Rain chemistry and cloud composition and microphysics in a Caribbean tropical montane cloud forest under the influence of African dust. Vienna, Austria; 2015.
Torres-Delgado E, Valle-Diaz C., Baumgardener D., McDowell WH, Mayol-Bracero O.. Rain chemistry and cloud composition and microphysics in a tropical cloud forest under the influence of African dust. Natal, Brazil; 2014.
Mayol-Bracero O., Torres-Delgado E, Valle-Diaz C., Baumgardener D., McDowell WH, González G.. Understanding the effect of African dust particles on cloud chemistry and microphysics in a tropical montane cloud forest in the Caribbean. La Paz, Bolivia; 2015.
Ramírez A., Burgos-Caraballo S, Engman A., Martinez N., Ortíz-Zayas J., Covich A., et al. Urban streams in Puerto Rico: understanding stream ecosystems outside the Luquillo forest. Estes Park, CO; 2009.
Journal Article
Benstead J., Cross W., March J., McDowell WH, Ramírez A., Covich A.. Biotic and abiotic controls on ecosystem significance of consumer excretion in two contrasting tropical streams. Freshwater Biology. 2010;55:2047-2061.
Benstead J., Cross W., March J., McDowell WH, Ramírez A., Covich A.. Biotic and abiotic controls on ecosystem significance of consumer excretion in two contrasting tropical streams. Freshwater Biology. 2010;55:2047-2061.
Gioda A., Mayol-Bracero O., Scatena F., Weathers K., Mateus V., McDowell WH. Chemical constituents in clouds and rainwater in the Puerto Rican rainforest: Potential sources and seasonal drivers. Atmos. Environ.. 2013;68:208-220.
Huang W., McDowell WH, Xiaoming Zou, Ruan H., Wang J., Li L.. Dissolved organic carbon in headwater streams and riparian soil organic carbon along an altitudinal gradient in the Wuyi Mountains, China. PlOS ONE. 2013;8(11).
Figueroa-Nieves D, McDowell WH, Potter J., Martinez G., Ortíz-Zayas J.. Effects of Sewage Effluents on Water Quality in Tropical Streams. Environmental Quality. 2014;43:2053-2063.
Potter J., McDowell WH, Daley M., Helton A.. Incorporating urban infrastructure into biogeochemical assessment of urban tropical streams in Puerto RIco. Biogeochemistry. 2014.
McDowell WH, Brereton R., Scatena F., Shanley J., Brokaw N., Lugo A.. Interactions between lithology and biology drive the long-term response of stream chemistry to major hurricanes in a tropical landscape. Biogeochemistry. 2013;116:175-186.
Muñoz-Erickson T., Lugo A., Melendez-Ackerman EJ, Santiago-Acevedo L., Seguinot-Barbosa J., Méndez-Lázaro P., et al. Knowledge to Serve the City: Insights from an Emerging Knowledge-Action Network to Address Vulnerability and Sustainability in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Cities and the Environment. 2014;7(1).
Muñoz-Erickson T., Lugo A., Meléndez-Ackerman E., Santiago-Acevedo L., Seguinot-Barbosa J., Méndez-Lázaro P., et al. Knowledge to Serve the City: Insights from an Emerging Knowledge-Action Network to Address Vulnerability and Sustainability in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Cities and the Environment. 2014;7(1).
Huang W., McDowell WH, Xiaoming Zou, Ruan H., Wang J., Ma Z.. Qualitative differences in headwater stream dissolved organic matter and riparian water-extractable soil organic matter under four different vegetation types along an altitudinal gradient in the Wuyi Mountains of China. Applied Geochemistry. 2015;52:67-75.