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García-Montiel DC, Verdejo-Ortíz J., Santiago-Bartolomei R., Vila-Ruiz C., Santiago L., Melendez-Ackerman EJ. Food sources and accessibility and waste disposal patterns across an urban tropical watershed: implications for the flow of materials and energy. Ecology and Society. 2014;19(1):37.
García-Montiel DC, Verdejo-Ortíz J., Santiago-Bartolomei R., Vila C., Santiago L., Melendez-Ackerman EJ. Food sources and accessibility and waste disposal patterns across an urban tropical watershed, implications for the flow of materials and energy. Ecology and Society. 2014;19(1):37.
Ramos-Santiago L., L. Cubero V, Verdejo-Ortiz J., Santiago-Bartolomei R., Santiago L., Rodriguez-Melendez Y.. Green area loss in San Juan's inner-ring suburban neighborhoods: a multdisciplinary approach to analyzing green/gray area dynamics. Ecology and Society. 2014;19(2):4.
Camacho K., Melendez-Ackerman EJ, Díaz E., Correa N., Vila C., Erazo-Oliveras A, et al. How do people get their yard plants: social-economic factors that may influence the access to native plants to residents of an urban watershed. Acta Científica. 2000.
Melendez-Ackerman EJ, Santiago-Bartolomei R., Vila C., Santiago L., Verdejo-Ortíz J., García-Montiel DC, et al. Social-economic drivers of yard sustainable practices in a tropical city: testing generality of bottom up vs. top down drivers. Ecology and Society. In Press.
Melendez-Ackerman EJ, Santiago-Bartolomei R., Vila-Ruiz C., Santiago L., García-Montiel DC, Verdejo-Ortíz J., et al. Socio-economic drivers of yard sustainable practices in a tropical city. Ecology and Society. 2014;19(3):20.
Santiago L., Verdejo-Ortíz J., Santiago-Bartolomei R., Melendez-Ackerman EJ, García-Montiel DC. Uneven access and uderutilization of ecological amenities in urban parks of the Rio Piedras Watershed. Ecology and Society. 2010;19(1).