Publications

ABERG has published 107 peer-reviewed high quality scientific articles, generated over a twenty PhD and MS theses.

ABERG BIBLIOGRAPHY

Aragão, L., Y. Malhi, D. B. Metcalfe, J. E. Silva-Espejo, E. Jiménez, D. Navarrete, S. Almeida, A. C. L. Costa, N. Salinas, and O. L. Phillips. 2009. Above-and below-ground net primary productivity across ten Amazonian forests on contrasting soils. Biogeosciences 6:2759-2778.

Asner, G. P., C. B. Anderson, R. E. Martin, D. E. Knapp, R. Tupayachi, F. Sinca, and Y. Malhi. 2014. Landscape-scale changes in forest structure and functional traits along an Andes-to-Amazon elevation gradient. Pages 843-856 in Biogeosciences. Copernicus Publications.

Asner, G. P., R. E. Martin, R. Tupayachi, C. B. Anderson, F. Sinca, L. Carranza-Jiménez, and P. Martinez. 2014. Amazonian functional diversity from forest canopy chemical assembly. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111:5604-5609.

Atkin, O. K., P. Meir, and M. H. Turnbull. 2014. Improving representation of leaf respiration in large‐scale predictive climate–vegetation models. New Phytologist 202:743-748.

Bush, M. B., B. Hansen, D. T. Rodbell, G. O. Seltzer, K. R. Young, B. León, M. B. Abbott, M. R. Silman, and W. D. Gosling. 2005. A 17 000‐year history of Andean climate and vegetation change from Laguna de Chochos, Peru. Journal of Quaternary Science 20:703-714.

Bush, M. B., M. R. Silman, and D. H. Urrego. 2004. 48,000 years of climate and forest change in a biodiversity hot spot. Science 303:827-829.

Clark, K. E. 2014. Pattern and drivers of riverine particulate organic carbon transport in an Andean valley. University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

Clark, K. E., R. G. Hilton, A. J. West, Y. Malhi, D. R. Gröcke, C. L. Bryant, P. L. Ascough, A. Robles Caceres, and M. New. 2013. New views on “old” carbon in the Amazon River: Insight from the source of organic carbon eroded from the Peruvian Andes. Pages 1644-1659 in Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems.

Clark, K. E., R. G. Hilton, A. J. West, A. Robles Caceres, D. R. Gröcke, T. R. Marthews, G. P. Asner, M. New, and Y. Malhi. in prep. Export of particulate organic carbon by an Andean river and implications of its delivery to the lowland Amazon River. in.

Clark, K. E., M. A. Torres, A. J. West, R. G. Hilton, M. New, A. B. Horwath, J. B. Fisher, J. M. Rapp, A. Robles Caceres, and Y. Malhi. 2014. The hydrological regime of a forested tropical Andean valley. Pages 8603-8650 in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions.

Clark, K. E., A. J. West, R. G. Hilton, G. P. Asner, M. R. Silman, S. S. Saatchi, C. A. Quesada, W. Farfan Rios, A. B. Horwath, R. E. Martin, M. New, and Y. Malhi. in prep. Storm-triggered landslides in an Andean Valley: Links to topography, organic carbon, and biodiversity? in.

Correa-Metrio, A., M. B. Bush, and M. Silman. 2008. 8,200 Years of Climatic Variability in the Amazonian Piedmont of Peru. Palynology 32:258-258.

Dahlsjö, C. A. L., C. L. Parr, Y. Malhi, P. Meir, O. V. C. Chevarria, and P. Eggleton. 2014. Termites promote soil carbon and nitrogen depletion: Results from an< i> in situ</i> macrofauna exclusion experiment, Peru. Soil Biology and Biochemistry.

Dahlsjö, C. A. L., C. L. Parr, Y. Malhi, H. Rahman, P. Meir, D. T. Jones, and P. Eggleton. 2014. First comparison of quantitative estimates of termite biomass and abundance reveals strong intercontinental differences. Journal of Tropical Ecology 30:143-152.

Farfan Rios, W. 2011. Changes in forest dynamics along a 2.5 km elevation gradient on the southeastern flank of the Peruvian Andes. M. Sc. Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem.

Feeley, K. J. 2012. Distributional migrations, expansions, and contractions of tropical plant species as revealed in dated herbarium records. Global Change Biology.

Feeley, K. J., S. J. Davies, R. Perez, S. P. Hubbell, and R. B. Foster. 2011. Directional changes in the species composition of a tropical forest. Ecology 92:871-882.

Feeley, K. J., J. Hurtado, S. Saatchi, M. R. Silman, and D. B. Clark. 2013. Compositional shifts in Costa Rican forests due to climate-driven species migrations. Global Change Biology 19:3472-2480.

Feeley, K. J., Y. Malhi, P. Zelazowski, and M. R. Silman. 2012. The relative importance of deforestation, precipitation change, and temperature sensitivity in determining the future distributions and diversity of Amazonian plant species. Global Change Biology 18:2636–2647.

Feeley, K. J., E. M. Rehm, and B. Machovina. 2012. The responses of tropical forest species to global climate change: acclimate, adapt, migrate, or go extinct? . Frontiers in Biogeography 4:69-82.

Feeley, K. J., and M. R. Silman. 2010. Biotic attrition from tropical forests correcting for truncated temperature niches. Global Change Biology 16:1830-1836.

Feeley, K. J., and M. R. Silman. 2010. Land-use and climate change effects on population size and extinction risk of Andean plants. Global Change Biology 16:3215–3222.

Feeley, K. J., and M. R. Silman. 2010. Modelling the responses of Andean and Amazonian plant species to climate change: the effects of georeferencing errors and the importance of data filtering. Journal of Biogeography 37:733-740.

Feeley, K. J., and M. R. Silman. 2011. The data void in modeling current and future distributions of tropical species. Global Change Biology 17:626-630.

Feeley, K. J., and M. R. Silman. 2011. Keep collecting: accurate species distribution modelling requires more collections than previously thought. Diversity and Distributions 17:1132-1140.

Feeley, K. J., M. R. Silman, M. B. Bush, W. Farfan, K. G. Cabrera, Y. Malhi, P. Meir, N. S. Revilla, M. N. R. Quisiyupanqui, and S. Saatchi. 2011. Upslope migration of Andean trees. Journal of Biogeography 38:783-791.

Feeley, K. J., S. J. Wright, M. N. N. Supardi, A. R. Kassim, and S. J. Davies. 2007. Decelerating growth in tropical forest trees. Ecology Letters 10:461-469.

Fierer, N., C. M. McCain, P. Meir, M. Zimmermann, J. M. Rapp, M. R. Silman, and R. Knight. 2011. Microbes do not follow the elevational diversity patterns of plants and animals. Ecology 92:797-804.

Fisher, J. B., Y. Malhi, I. C. Torres, D. B. Metcalfe, M. J. van de Weg, P. Meir, J. E. Silva-Espejo, and W. H. Huasco. 2013. Nutrient limitation in rainforests and cloud forests along a 3,000-m elevation gradient in the Peruvian Andes. Oecologia:1-14.

Galbraith, D., Y. Malhi, L. Aragão, and T. Baker. 2014. The ecosystem dynamics of Amazonian and Andean forests. Plant Ecology & Diversity 7:1-6.

Garcia, K. C. 2011. Spatial variation in tree species composition in Neotropical montane forest communities. Master’s. Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC.

Gibbon, A., M. R. Silman, Y. Malhi, J. B. Fisher, P. Meir, M. Zimmermann, G. C. Dargie, W. R. Farfan, and K. C. Garcia. 2010. Ecosystem carbon storage across the grassland–forest transition in the high Andes of Manu National Park, Peru. Ecosystems 13:1097-1111.

Giovannettone, J. P., and A. P. Barros. 2009. Probing regional orographic controls of precipitation and cloudiness in the central Andes using satellite data. Journal of Hydrometeorology 10:167-182.

Girardin, C., Y. Malhi, and L. E. O. C. Aragao. 2013. Seasonal production, allocation and cycling of carbon in two mid-elevation tropical montane forest plots in the Peruvian Andes. Plant Ecology & Diversity 7:125-142.

Girardin, C. A., J. E. S. Espejob, C. E. Doughty, W. H. Huasco, D. B. Metcalfe, L. Durand-Baca, T. R. Marthews, L. E. Aragao, W. Farfán-Rios, and K. García-Cabrera. 2013. Productivity and carbon allocation in a tropical montane cloud forest in the Peruvian Andes. Plant Ecology & Diversity:1-17.

Girardin, C. A., W. Farfan-Rios, K. Garcia, K. J. Feeley, P. M. Jørgensen, A. A. Murakami, L. Cayola Pérez, R. Seidel, N. Paniagua, and A. F. Fuentes Claros. 2013. Spatial patterns of above-ground structure, biomass and composition in a network of six Andean elevation transects. Plant Ecology & Diversity:1-11.

Girardin, C. A. J., L. E. O. C. Aragão, Y. Malhi, W. Huaraca Huasco, D. B. Metcalfe, L. Durand, M. Mamani, J. E. Silva-Espejo, and R. J. Whittaker. 2013. Fine root dynamics along an elevational gradient in tropical Amazonian and Andean forests. in Global Biogeochemical Cycles.

Girardin, C. A. J., W. Farfan-Rios, K. Garcia, K. J. Feeley, P. M. Jørgensen, A. A. Murakami, L. Cayola Pérez, R. Seidel, N. Paniagua, A. F. Fuentes Claros, C. Maldonado, M. Silman, N. Salinas, C. Reynel, D. A. Neill, M. Serrano, C. J. Caballero, M. d. l. A. La Torre Cuadros, M. J. Macía, T. J. Killeen, and Y. Malhi. 2014. Spatial patterns of above-ground structure, biomass and composition in a network of six Andean elevation transects. Plant Ecology &amp; Diversity 7:161-171.

Girardin, C. A. J., Y. Malhi, L. Aragao, M. Mamani, W. Huaraca Huasco, L. Durand, K. Feeley, J. Rapp, J. SILVA‐ESPEJO, and M. Silman. 2010. Net primary productivity allocation and cycling of carbon along a tropical forest elevational transect in the Peruvian Andes. Global Change Biology 16:3176-3192.

Girardin, C. A. J., J. E. Silva-Espejo, C. E. Doughty, W. Huaraca Huasco, D. B. Metcalfe, L. Durand-Baca, T. R. Marthews, L. E. O. C. Aragao, W. Farfan Rios, K. García Cabrera, K. Halladay, J. B. Fisher, D. F. Galiano-Cabrera, L. P. Huaraca-Quispe, I. Alzamora-Taype, L. Equiluz-Mora, N. Salinas-Revilla, M. Silman, P. Meir, and Y. Malhi. 2014. Productivity and carbon allocation in a tropical montane cloud forest of the Peruvian Andes. Pages 107-123 in Plant Ecology and Diversity.

Goldsmith, G. R., N. J. Matzke, and T. E. Dawson. 2013. The incidence and implications of clouds for cloud forest plant water relations. Ecology Letters 16:307-314.

Gurdak, D. J., L. E. O. C. Aragao, A. Rozas-Dávila, W. Huaraca Huasco, K. García Cabrera, C. E. Doughty, W. Farfan-Rios, J. E. Silva-Espejo, D. B. Metcalfe, M. R. Silman, and Y. Malhi. 2013. Assessing above-ground woody debris dynamics along a gradient of elevation in Amazonian cloud forests in Peru: balancing above-ground inputs and respriation outputs. Pages 143-160 in Plant Ecology and Diversity.

Halladay, K. 2011. Cloud characteristics of the Andes/Amazon transition zone. University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

Halladay, K., Y. Malhi, and M. New. 2012. Cloud frequency climatology at the Andes/Amazon transition: 1. Seasonal and diurnal cycles. Journal of Geophysical Research 117:D23102.

Halladay, K., Y. Malhi, and M. New. 2012. Cloud frequency climatology at the Andes/Amazon transition: 2. Trends and variability. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres (1984–2012) 117.

Halladay, K., M. New, and Y. Malhi. submitted. Atmospheric structure and cloud depth in a tropical montane cloud forest.

Hillyer, R., and M. R. Silman. 2010. Changes in species interactions across a 2.5 km elevation gradient: effects on plant migration in response to climate change. Global Change Biology 16:3205-3214.

Hillyer, R., B. G. Valencia, M. B. Bush, M. R. Silman, and M. Steinitz-Kannan. 2009. A 24,700-yr paleolimnological history from the Peruvian Andes. Quaternary Research 71:71-82.

Horwath, A. 2011. Epiphytic bryophytes as cloud forest indicators: Stable isotopes, biomass and diversity along an altitudinal gradient in Peru. University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

Huasco, W. H., C. A. Girardin, C. E. Doughty, D. B. Metcalfe, L. D. Baca, J. E. Silva-Espejo, D. G. Cabrera, L. E. Aragão, A. R. Davila, and T. R. Marthews. 2013. Seasonal production, allocation and cycling of carbon in two mid-elevation tropical montane forest plots in the Peruvian Andes. Plant Ecology & Diversity:1-18.

Jankowski, J. E., C. L. Merkord, W. F. Rios, K. G. Cabrera, N. S. Revilla, and M. R. Silman. 2012. The relationship of tropical bird communities to tree species composition and vegetation structure along an Andean elevational gradient. Journal of Biogeography.

Killeen, T. J., and L. A. Solórzano. 2008. Conservation strategies to mitigate impacts from climate change in Amazonia. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363:1881-1888.

Lambs, L., A. Horwath, T. Otto, F. Julien, and P. O. Antoine. 2012. Isotopic values of the Amazon headwaters in Peru: comparison of the wet upper Río Madre de Dios watershed with the dry Urubamba‐Apurimac river system. Pages 775-784 in Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry.

Lowman, L. E. L., and A. P. Barros. 2014. Investigating Links between Climate and Orography in the central Andes: Coupling Erosion and Precipitation using a Physical‐statistical Model. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface.

Lutz, D. A., R. L. Powell, and M. R. Silman. 2013. Four Decades of Andean Timberline Migration and Implications for Biodiversity Loss with Climate Change. PLoS ONE 8:e74496.

Malhado, A., R. Ladle, R. Whittaker, A. Neto, Y. Malhi, and H. ter Steege. 2013. The ecological biogeography of Amazonia. Frontiers of Biogeography 5.

Malhi, Y. 2013. New insights into the carbon cycle and metabolism of tropical forests as determined from monitoring networks. in New Frontiers in Tropical Biology: The Next 50 Years (A Joint Meeting of ATBC and OTS). Atbc.

Malhi, Y., F. Farfán Amézquita, C. E. Doughty, J. E. Silva-Espejo, C. A. Girardin, D. B. Metcalfe, L. E. Aragão, L. P. Huaraca-Quispe, I. Alzamora-Taype, and L. Eguiluz-Mora. 2013. The productivity, metabolism and carbon cycle of two lowland tropical forest plots in south-western Amazonia, Peru. Plant Ecology & Diversity:1-21.

Malhi, Y., T. A. Gardner, G. R. Goldsmith, M. R. Silman, and P. Żelazowski. 2014. Tropical Forests in the Anthropocene. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 39.

Malhi, Y., M. Silman, N. Salinas, M. Bush, P. Meir, and S. Saatchi. 2010. Introduction: elevation gradients in the tropics: laboratories for ecosystem ecology and global change research. Global Change Biology 16:3171-3175.

Marthews, T. R., Y. Malhi, C. A. J. Girardin, J. E. Silva Espejo, L. E. O. C. Aragão, D. B. Metcalfe, J. M. Rapp, L. M. Mercado, R. A. Fisher, and D. R. Galbraith. 2012. Simulating forest productivity along a neotropical elevational transect: temperature variation and carbon use efficiency. Global Change Biology 18:2882-2898 %@ 1365-2486.

Maveety, S. A., R. A. Browne, and T. L. Erwin. 2014. Carabid beetle diversity and community composition as related to altitude and seasonality in Andean forests. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment:1-10.

Meier, C. L., J. Rapp, R. M. Bowers, M. Silman, and N. Fierer. 2010. Fungal growth on a common wood substrate across a tropical elevation gradient: Temperature sensitivity, community composition, and potential for above-ground decomposition. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 42:1083-1090.

Metcalfe, D. B., G. P. Asner, R. E. Martin, J. E. Silva Espejo, W. H. Huasco, F. F. Farfán Amézquita, L. Carranza‐Jimenez, D. F. Galiano Cabrera, L. D. Baca, and F. Sinca. 2013. Herbivory makes major contributions to ecosystem carbon and nutrient cycling in tropical forests. Ecology Letters.

Mitchard, E. T. A., T. R. Feldpausch, R. J. W. Brienen, G. Lopez‐Gonzalez, A. Monteagudo, T. R. Baker, S. L. Lewis, J. Lloyd, C. A. Quesada, and M. Gloor. 2014. Markedly divergent estimates of Amazon forest carbon density from ground plots and satellites. Global Ecology and Biogeography.

Nottingham, A. T., A. J. Q. Ccahuana, and P. Meir. 2012. Soil properties in tropical montane cloud forests influence estimates of soil CO< sub> 2</sub> efflux. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 166:215-220.

Oliveras, I., L. O. Anderson, and Y. Malhi. 2014. Application of remote sensing to understanding fire regimes and biomass burning emissions of the tropical Andes. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 28:480-496.

Oliveras, I., M. Eynden, Y. Malhi, N. Cahuana, C. Menor, F. Zamora, and T. Haugaasen. 2013. Grass allometry and estimation of above‐ground biomass in tropical alpine tussock grasslands. Austral Ecology.

Oliveras, I., Y. Malhi, N. Salinas, V. Huaman, E. Urquiaga-Flores, J. Kala-Mamani, J. A. Quintano-Loaiza, I. Cuba-Torres, N. Lizarraga-Morales, and R.-M. Roman-Cuesta. 2013. Changes in forest structure and composition after fire in tropical montane cloud forests near the Andean treeline. Plant Ecology & Diversity.

Palin, O. F., P. Eggleton, Y. Malhi, C. A. Girardin, A. Rozas‐Dávila, and C. L. Parr. 2011. Termite diversity along an Amazon–Andes elevation gradient, Peru. Biotropica 43:100-107.

Patino, S., J. Lloyd, R. Paiva, T. R. Baker, C. A. Quesada, L. M. Mercado, J. Schmerler, M. Schwarz, A. J. Santos, and A. Aguilar. 2009. Branch xylem density variations across the Amazon Basin. Biogeosciences 6.

Ponton, C., A. J. West, S. J. Feakins, and V. Galy. in review. Biomarkers in transit reveal the nature of fluvial integration.

Rahman, M. T., A. Crombie, Y. Chen, N. Stralis-Pavese, L. Bodrossy, P. Meir, N. P. McNamara, and J. C. Murrell. 2010. Environmental distribution and abundance of the facultative methanotroph Methylocella. The ISME journal 5:1061-1066.

Rao, Y. 2011. Variation in plant carbon and nitrogen isotopes along an altitudinal gradient in the Peruvian Andes. B.Sc. Durham University, Durham.

Rapp, J. M. 2010. Climate control on plant performance across an Andean altitudinal gradient. Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Rapp, J. M., and M. R. Silman. 2012. Diurnal, seasonal, and altitudinal trends in microclimate across a tropical montane cloud forest. Pages 17-32 in Climate research.

Rapp, J. M., and M. R. Silman. 2014. Epiphyte response to drought and experimental warming in an Andean cloud forest. in F1000Research.

Rapp, J. M., M. R. Silman, J. S. Clark, C. A. Girardin, D. Galiano, and R. Tito. 2012. Intra-and interspecific tree growth across a long altitudinal gradient in the Peruvian Andes. Ecology 93:2061-2072.

Rehm, E. M., and K. J. Feeley. 2013. Forest patches and the upward migration of timberline in the southern Peruvian Andes. Forest Ecology and Management 305:204-211.

Román‐Cuesta, R., C. Carmona‐Moreno, G. Lizcano, M. New, M. Silman, T. Knoke, Y. Malhi, I. Oliveras, H. Asbjornsen, and M. Vuille. 2014. Synchronous fire activity in the tropical high Andes: an indication of regional climate forcing. Global Change Biology.

Roman-Cuesta, R., N. Salinas, H. Asbjornsen, I. Oliveras, V. Huaman, Y. Gutiérrez, L. Puelles, J. Kala, D. Yabar, and M. Rojas. 2011. Implications of fires on carbon budgets in Andean cloud montane forest: The importance of peat soils and tree resprouting. Forest Ecology and Management 261:1987-1997.

Saatchi, S. S., N. L. Harris, S. Brown, M. Lefsky, E. T. A. Mitchard, W. Salas, B. R. Zutta, W. Buermann, S. L. Lewis, S. Hagen, S. Petrova, L. White, M. Silman, and A. Morel. 2011. Benchmark map of forest carbon stocks in tropical regions across three continents. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108:9899-9904.

Salinas, N., Y. Malhi, P. Meir, M. Silman, R. Roman Cuesta, J. Huaman, D. Salinas, V. Huaman, A. Gibaja, M. Mamani, and F. Farfan. 2011. The sensitivity of tropical leaf litter decomposition to temperature: results from a large-scale leaf translocation experiment along an elevation gradient in Peruvian forests. Pages 967-977 in New Phytologist. Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

Silman, M. R. 2011. Plant species diversity in Amazonian forests. Pages 285-314 in Tropical Rainforest Responses to Climatic Change. Springer.

Silman, M. R. 2014. Functional megadiversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111:5763-5764.

Spracklen, D., and R. Righelato. 2013. Tropical montane forests are a larger than expected global carbon store. Biogeosciences Discussions 10:18893-18924.

Teh, Y., T. Diem, S. Jones, L. Huaraca Quispe, E. Baggs, N. Morley, M. Richards, P. Smith, and P. Meir. 2013. Methane and nitrous oxide fluxes from the tropical Andes. Biogeosciences Discussions 10.

Torres, M. A., K. E. Clark, and A. J. West. 2014. Variation in the hydrologic influence on chemical weathering across a mountain-to-floodplain transition in the Peruvian Amazon. in.

Urrego, D. H., M. B. Bush, and M. R. Silman. 2010. A long history of cloud and forest migration from Lake Consuelo, Peru. Quaternary Research 73:364-373.

Urrego, D. H., B. A. Niccum, C. F. La Drew, M. R. Silman, and M. B. Bush. 2011. Fire and drought as drivers of early Holocene tree line changes in the Peruvian Andes. Journal of Quaternary Science 26:28-36.

Urrego, D. H., M. R. Silman, and M. B. Bush. 2005. The Last Glacial Maximum: stability and change in a western Amazonian cloud forest. Journal of Quaternary Science 20:693-701.

Urrego, D. H., M. R. Silman, A. Correa-Metrio, and M. B. Bush. 2011. Pollen-vegetation relationships along steep climatic gradients in western Amazonia. Journal of Vegetation Science 22:795-806.

Valencia, B., D. Urrego, M. Silman, and M. Bush. 2010. From ice age to modern: a record of landscape change in an Andean cloud forest. Journal of Biogeography 37:1637-1647.

van de Weg, M. J. 2011. Leaf traits and foliar CO2 exchange in a Peruvian tropical montane cloud forest. University of Edinburgh.

van de Weg, M. J., P. Meir, J. Grace, and O. K. Atkin. 2009. Altitudinal variation in leaf mass per unit area, leaf tissue density and foliar nitrogen and phosphorus content along an Amazon-Andes gradient in Peru. Plant Ecology & Diversity 2:243-254.

van de Weg, M. J., P. Meir, J. Grace, and G. D. Ramos. 2012. Photosynthetic parameters, dark respiration and leaf traits in the canopy of a Peruvian tropical montane cloud forest. Oecologia 168:23-34.

van de Weg, M. J., P. Meir, M. Williams, C. Girardin, Y. Malhi, J. Silva-Espejo, and J. Grace. 2014. Gross primary productivity of a high elevation tropical montane cloud forest. Pages 751-764 in Ecosystems.

Weng, C. Y., M. B. Bush, and M. R. Silman. 2004. An analysis of modern pollen rain on an elevational gradient in southern Peru. Journal of Tropical Ecology 20:113-124.

Whitaker, J., N. Ostle, A. T. Nottingham, A. Ccahuana, N. Salinas, R. D. Bardgett, P. Meir, and N. P. McNamara. 2014. Microbial community composition explains soil respiration responses to changing carbon inputs along an Andes‐to‐Amazon elevation gradient. Journal of Ecology.

Williams, M., M. Silman, S. Saatchi, S. Hensley, M. Sanford, A. Yohannan, B. Kofman, J. Reis, and B. Kampes. 2010. Analysis of geosar dual-band InSAR data for peruvian forest. Pages 1398-1401 in Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2010 IEEE International. IEEE.

Zelazowski, P., Y. Malhi, C. Huntingford, S. Sitch, and J. B. Fisher. 2011. Changes in the potential distribution of humid tropical forests on a warmer planet. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 369:137-160.

Zimmermann, M., J. Leifeld, F. Conen, M. I. Bird, and P. Meir. 2012. Can composition and physical protection of soil organic matter explain soil respiration temperature sensitivity? Biogeochemistry 107:423-436.

Zimmermann, M., P. Meir, M. Bird, Y. Malhi, and A. Ccahuana. 2009. Litter contribution to diurnal and annual soil respiration in a tropical montane cloud forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41:1338-1340.

Zimmermann, M., P. Meir, M. I. Bird, Y. Malhi, and A. J. Q. Ccahuana. 2009. Climate dependence of heterotrophic soil respiration from a soil-translocation experiment along a 3000 m tropical forest altitudinal gradient. Pages 895-906 in European Journal of Soil Science.

Zimmermann, M., P. Meir, M. I. Bird, Y. Malhi, and A. J. Q. Ccahuana. 2010. Temporal variation and climate dependence of soil respiration and its components along a 3000 m altitudinal tropical forest gradient. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 24.

Zimmermann, M., P. Meir, M. Silman, A. Fedders, A. Gibbon, Y. Malhi, D. H. Urrego, M. B. Bush, K. J. Feeley, K. Garcia, W. Farfan, B. P. Goetz, W. T. Johnson, K. M. Kline, A. T. Modi, Q. N. M. Rurau, B. T. Staudt, and F. Zamora. 2010. No differences in soil carbon stocks across the tree line in the Peruvian Andes. Pages 62-74 in Ecosystems.