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Journal Article
Zimmerman JK, Thompson J., Canham C.. Variation in Susceptibility to Hurricane Damage as a Function of Storm Intensity in Puerto Rican Tree Species. BIOTROPICA. 2010;42(1):87-94.
Thompson J., Zimmerman JK, Forero-Montaña J.. Population structure, growth rates and spatial distribution of two dioecious tree species in a wet forest in Puerto Rico. JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY. 2010;26:433-443.
Zimmerman JK, Comita L., Thompson J., Uriarte M., Brokaw N.. Patch dynamics and community metastability of a subtropical forest: Compound effects of natural disturbance and human land use. Landscape Ecology. 2010;25:1099-1111.
Zimmerman JK, Thompson J., Canham C., Uriarte M.. Natural disturbance and human land use as determinants of tropical forest dynamics: results from a forest simulator. ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS. 2009;79(3):423-443.
Rejou-Mechain M., Muller-Landau H., Detto M., Thomas S., Le Toan T., Saatchi S., et al. Local spatial structure of forest biomass and its consequences for remote sensing of carbon stocks. Biogeosciences. 2014;11(23):6827-6840.
Umaña M., Forero-Montaña J., Muscarella R., Nytch CJ, Thompson J., Uriarte M., et al. Inter-specific functional similarity and intraspecific negative density dependence underlie the seed to seedling transition in tropical trees. American Naturalist. 2015.
Zimmerman JK, Uriarte M., Thompson J., Comita L.. Interactive effects of land use history and natural disturbance on seedling dynamics in a subtropical forest. ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS. 2010;20(5):1270-1284.
Alarcón A., Arets E., Thompson J., van der Sande M., Poorter L.. Diversity enhances carbon storage in tropical forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 2015.
Poorter L., van der Sande M., Thompson J., Arets E., Alarcón A., Álvarez-Sánchez J., et al. Diversity enhances carbon storage in tropical forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 2015;24(11):1314-1328.
Zimmerman JK, Thompson J., Uriarte M., Comita L.. Abiotic and biotic drivers of seedling survival in a hurricane-impacted tropical forest. JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 2009;97(6):1346-1359.
Book Chapter
Crowl T., Lugo A., Brokaw N., Covich A., Waide R., Lodge DJ, et al. When and where biota matter: linking disturbance regimes, species characteristics and dynamics of communities and ecosystems. In: A Caribbean forest tapestry: the multidimensional nature of disturbance and response. New York: Oxford University Press; 2012. 2. p. 272-304p.
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.
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.