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Griscom, B., Ellis, P., & Putz, F. E. (2014). Carbon emissions performance of commercial logging in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Glob Change Biol, 20(3), 923–937.
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Griscom, B. W., Goodman, R. C., Burivalova, Z., & Putz, F. E. (2018). Carbon and Biodiversity Impacts of Intensive Versus Extensive Tropical Forestry. Conservation Letters, 11(1), e12362.
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Katabuchi, M., Wright, S. J., Swenson, N. G., Feeley, K. J., Condit, R., Hubbell, S. P., et al. (2017). Contrasting outcomes of species- and community-level analyses of the temporal consistency of functional composition. Ecology, 98(9), 2273–2280.
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Ndjondo, M., Gourlet-Fleury, S., Manlay, R. J., Engone Obiang, N., Ngomanda, A., Romero, C., et al. (2014). Opportunity costs of carbon sequestration in a forest concession in central Africa. Carbon Balance and Management, 9(1), 4.
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Pau, S., Detto, M., Kim, Y., & Still, C. J. (2018). Tropical forest temperature thresholds for gross primary productivity. Ecosphere, 9(7), e02311.
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Pau, S., Detto, M., Kim, Y., & Still, C. J. (2018). Tropical forest temperature thresholds for gross primary productivity. Ecosphere, 9(7), e02311.
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Rifai, S. W., West, T. A. P., & Putz, F. E. (2015). "Carbon Cowboys" could inflate REDD+ payments through positive measurement bias. Carbon Management, 6(3-4), 151–158.
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Roopsind, A., Caughlin, T. T. van der H., P., Arets, E., & Putz, F. E. (2018). Trade-offs between carbon stocks and timber recovery in tropical forests are mediated by logging intensity. Global Change Biology, .
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Song, X., James Aaron, H., Brown, C., Cao, M., & Yang, J. (2017). Snow damage to the canopy facilitates alien weed invasion in a subtropical montane primary forest in southwestern China. Forest Ecology and Management, 391, 275–281.
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Xing, S., Bonebrake, T. C., Tang, C. C., Pickett, E. J., Cheng, W., Greenspan, S. E., et al. (2016). Cool habitats support darker and bigger butterflies in Australian tropical forests. Ecol Evol, 6(22), 8062–8074.
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