Daniel Piotto
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Positive biodiversity-productivity relationship predominant in global forests
J Liang, TW Crowther, N Picard, S Wiser, M Zhou, G Alberti, ED Schulze, ...
Science 354 (6309), 2016
5382016
Biomass resilience of Neotropical secondary forests
L Poorter, F Bongers, TM Aide, AMA Zambrano, P Balvanera, JM Becknell, ...
Nature 530 (7589), 211-214, 2016
4962016
Mapping tree density at a global scale
TW Crowther, HB Glick, KR Covey, C Bettigole, DS Maynard, SM Thomas, ...
Nature 525 (7568), 201-205, 2015
4612015
A meta-analysis comparing tree growth in monocultures and mixed plantations
D Piotto
Forest Ecology and management 255 (3-4), 781-786, 2008
2942008
Carbon sequestration potential of second-growth forest regeneration in the Latin American tropics
RL Chazdon, EN Broadbent, DMA Rozendaal, F Bongers, ...
Science Advances 2 (5), e1501639, 2016
2652016
Pure and mixed forest plantations with native species of the dry tropics of Costa Rica: a comparison of growth and productivity
D Piotto, E Vıquez, F Montagnini, M Kanninen
Forest Ecology and Management 190 (2-3), 359-372, 2004
1592004
Performance of forest plantations in small and medium-sized farms in the Atlantic lowlands of Costa Rica
D Piotto, F Montagnini, L Ugalde, M Kanninen
Forest Ecology and Management 175 (1-3), 195-204, 2003
1222003
Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest-tree symbioses
BS Steidinger, TW Crowther, J Liang, ME Van Nuland, GDA Werner, ...
Nature 569 (7756), 404-408, 2019
992019
Globally, functional traits are weak predictors of juvenile tree growth, and we do not know why
CET Paine, L Amissah, H Auge, C Baraloto, M Baruffol, N Bourland, ...
Journal of Ecology 103 (4), 978-989, 2015
982015
Growth and effects of thinning of mixed and pure plantations with native trees in humid tropical Costa Rica
D Piotto, F Montagnini, L Ugalde, M Kanninen
Forest Ecology and Management 177 (1-3), 427-439, 2003
962003
Silvicultural and economic aspects of pure and mixed native tree species plantations on degraded pasturelands in humid Costa Rica
D Piotto, D Craven, F Montagnini, F Alice
New Forests 39 (3), 369-385, 2010
812010
Biodiversity recovery of Neotropical secondary forests
DMA Rozendaal, F Bongers, TM Aide, E Alvarez-Dávila, N Ascarrunz, ...
Science advances 5 (3), eaau3114, 2019
782019
Forest recovery after swidden cultivation across a 40-year chronosequence in the Atlantic forest of southern Bahia, Brazil
D Piotto, F Montagnini, W Thomas, M Ashton, C Oliver
Plant Ecology 205 (2), 261, 2009
702009
Legume abundance along successional and rainfall gradients in Neotropical forests
M Gei, DMA Rozendaal, L Poorter, F Bongers, JI Sprent, MD Garner, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (7), 1104-1111, 2018
482018
Diversity-dependent temporal divergence of ecosystem functioning in experimental ecosystems
NR Guerrero-Ramírez, D Craven, PB Reich, JJ Ewel, F Isbell, J Koricheva, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (11), 1639-1642, 2017
422017
Guidelines for documenting and reporting tree allometric equations
MC Jara, M Henry, M Réjou-Méchain, C Wayson, M Zapata-Cuartas, ...
Annals of Forest Science 72 (6), 763-768, 2015
362015
Forest plantations in Costa Rica and Nicaragua: performance of species and preferences of farmers
D Piotto, F Montagnini, M Kanninen, L Ugalde, E Viquez
Journal of sustainable forestry 18 (4), 59-77, 2004
332004
Wet and dry tropical forests show opposite successional pathways in wood density but converge over time
L Poorter, DMA Rozendaal, F Bongers, JS de Almeida-Cortez, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (6), 928-934, 2019
302019
Nitrogen cycling during secondary succession in Atlantic Forest of Bahia, Brazil
JB Winbourne, A Feng, L Reynolds, D Piotto, MG Hastings, S Porder
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
282018
Growth of native tree species planted in open pasture, young secondary forest and mature forest in humid tropical Costa Rica
D Piotto
Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 92-102, 2007
242007
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