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Book Chapter
Ahumada J.A, O'Brien T.G, Mugerwa B., Hurtado J..  2016.  Camera trapping as a monitoring tool at national and global levels. Camera trapping for wildlife research.
Fegraus E., MacCarthy J..  2016.  Camera trap data management and interoperability. Camera trapping for wildlife research.
Jansen P, et al.  2014.  TEAM: a standardised camera trap survey to monitor terrestrial vertebrate communities in tropical forests. Camera trapping: wildlife management and research. :263-270.
Alvarez-Loayza P., Paine C.E.T..  2013.  Madre de Dios - Manu, Cocha Cashu - Fruits.
Metzker T., Spósito T.C., B. Filho S, Ahumada J.A., Garcia Q.S..  2012.  Tropical Forest and Carbon Stock's Valuation: A Monitoring Policy. :171-194.
O'Brien T.G..  2010.  Abundance, density and relative abundance: A conceptual framework.
O’Brien T.G., Kinnaird M.F., Wibisono H.T..  2010.  Estimation of species richness of large vertebrates using camera traps: An examples from an Indonesian rainforest.
Enquist B.J..  2003.  Scaling the macroecological and evolutionary implications of size and metabolism and across plant taxa. :321-341.
Hannah L., Midgley G., Andelman S.J., Araujo M., Hughes G., Martinez-Meyer E., Pearson R., Williams P..  2000.  Climate change and conservation.
Journal Article
Slik J.WFerry, Franklin J, Arroyo-Rodríguez V, Field R, Aguilar S, Aguirre N, Ahumada J, Aiba S-I, Alves LF, K A et al..  2018.  Phylogenetic classification of the world’s tropical forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Peer-reviewed publications
Clark D., Hurtado J., Saatchi S..  Submitted.  Tropical Rain Forest Structure, Tree Growth and Dynamics Along a 2700-m Elevational Transect in Costa Rica. PLOS ONE. 10:doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0122905.
Farris Z.J., Gerber B.D., Valenta K., Rafaliarison R., Razafimahaimodison J.C., Larney E., Rajaonarivelo T., Randriana Z., Wright P.C., Chapman C.A..  2017.  Threats to a rainforest carnivore community: A multi-year assessment of occupancy and co-occurrence in Madagascar. Biological Conservation. 210:116–124.
Rovero F., Ahumada J..  2017.  The Tropical Ecology, Assessment and Monitoring (TEAM) Network: An early warning system for tropical rain forests. Science of the Total Environment. 574:914-923.
Stephenson P.J., Brooks T.M., Butchart S.H.M., Fegraus E., Geller G.N., Hoft R., Hutton J., Kingston N., Long B., McRae L..  2017.  Priorities for big biodiversity data. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 15, Issue 3:124–125.
Beaudrot L., Ahumada J.A..  2016.  Standardized Assessment of Biodiversity Trends in Tropical Forest Protected Areas: The End Is Not in Sight. PLoS Biolology. 14:e1002357.
Beaudrot L, Kroetz K, Alvarez-Loayza P, Amaral I, Breuer T, et al.  2016.  Limited carbon and biodiversity co-benefits for tropical forest mammals and birds. Ecological Applications. 26:1098-1111.
Brown K.A., Farris Z.J., Yesuf G., Gerber B., Rasambainarivo F., Karpanty S., Kelly M.J., Razafimahaimodison J.C., Larney E., Wright P.C. et al..  2016.  Modeling co-occurrence between toxic prey and naïve predators in an incipient invasion. Biodiversity and Conservation. 25(13):2723-2741.
Carlucci M.B, Seger G.DS, Sheil D., al. et.  2016.  Phylogenetic composition and structure of tree communities shed light on historical processes influencing tropical rainforest diversity. Ecography. 39:1-10.
Forrester T., O'Brien T., Fegraus E., Jansen P.A., Palmer J., Kays R., Ahumada J.A., Stern B., McShea W..  2016.  An Open Standard for Camera Trap Data. Biodiversity Data Journal. 4:e10197(