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Citation information as of 02/2018 (just for KJ Feeley as author):

Gomes VHF and many authors including Feeley KJ. 2018. Species distribution modelling: contrasting presence-only models with plot abundance data. Scientific reports. 1003.

O'Connell CS, Carlson KM, Cuadra S, Feeley KJ, Gerber JS, West PC, and Polasky S. 2018. Balancing tradeoffs: Reconciling multiple environmental goals when ecosystem services vary regionally. Environmental Research Letters. In Press.

Slik JF and many authors including Feeley KJ. 2018. Phylogenetic classification of the world’s tropical forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 115(8), pp.1837-1842.

Tito R, Vasconcelos HL, and Feeley KJ. 2018. Global climate change increases risk of crop yield losses and food insecurity in the tropical Andes. Global Change Biology.

Cárdenas D, González-Caro S, Duivenvoorden J, Feeley KJ, and Duque A. 2017. Asymmetrical niche determinism across geological units shapes phylogenetic tree communities in the Colombian Amazonia. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 28, pp.1-9.

Feeley KJ. 2017. The extinction risk and conservation status of most national plants are unknown. BioScience. 67(9), pp.782-783.

Feeley KJ. 2017. Using herbarium collections and plot data to track the effects of climate change on tropical forests. Proceedings of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences (Scientia Danica. Series B, Biologica).

Feeley KJ, Stroud JT, and Perez TM. 2017. Most “global” reviews of species’ responses to climate change aren't truly global. Diversity and Distributions.

Giery ST, Vezzani E, Zona S, and Stroud JT. 2017. Frugivory and seed dispersal by the invasive knight anole (Anolis equestris) in Florida, USA. Food Webs. 11, pp.13-16.

Katabuchi M, Wright SJ, Swenson NG, Feeley KJ, Condit R, Hubbell SP, and Davies SJ. 2017. Contrasting outcomes of species‐and community‐level analyses of the temporal consistency of functional composition. Ecology.

Machovina BL and Feeley KJ. 2017. Restoring low-input high-diversity grasslands as a potential global resource for biofuels. Science of the Total Environment,.609, pp.205-214.

Machovina BL, Feeley KJ, and Machovina BJ. 2017. UAV remote sensing of spatial variation in banana production. Crop & Pasture Science. 67: 1281-1287.

Martin TE, Guilleman M, Nivet-Mazerolles V, Landsmann C, Dubos J, Eudeline R, Stroud JT. 2017. The herpetofauna of central Uzbekistan. Amphibian & Reptile Conservation. 11(1), pp.93-107.

Mathez-Stiefel SL, Peralvo M, Báez S, Rist S, Buytaert W, Cuesta F, Fadrique B, Feeley KJ, Groth AA, Homeier J, Llambí LD, Locatelli B, Fernanda López Sandoval M, Malizia A, and Young KR. 2017. Research priorities for the conservation and sustainable governance of Andean forest landscapes. Mountain Research and Development. 37(3), pp.323-339.

McMichael CH, Feeley KJ, Dick CW, Piperno DR and Bush MB. 2017. Comment on “Persistent effects of pre-Columbian plant domestication on Amazonian forest composition”. Science. 358(6361), p.eaan8347.

McMichael CH, Matthew-Bird F, Farfan W, Feeley KJ. 2017. Ancient human disturbances may be skewing our understanding of Amazonian forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 114: 522–527. 23(3), pp.231-234.

Stroud JT and Feeley KJ. 2017. Neglect of the tropics is widespread in ecology and evolution: a comment on Clarke et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 32(9), pp.626-628.

Stroud JT, Giery ST, and Outerbridge ME. 2017. Establishment of Anolis sagrei on Bermuda represents a novel ecological threat to Critically Endangered Bermuda skinks (Plestiodon longirostris). Biological Invasions.  In Press

Stroud JT. 2017. Digest: Ecological opportunity, competition, and diversity‐dependence in macroevolution. Evolution.

Tiatragul S, Murali G, and Stroud JT. 2017. Digest: Different evolutionary dynamics led to the convergence of clinging performance in lizard toepads. Evolution. 71(10), pp.2537-2538.

Fadrique B, and Feeley KJ. 2016. Commentary: Novel competitors shape species´ responses to climate change. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4:33.

Fadrique B., and Homeier J. 2016. Elevation and topography influence community structure, biomass and host tree interactions of lianas in tropical montane forests of southern Ecuador. Journal of Vegetation Science 27:958-968.

Feeley KJ, and Silman M. 2016. Disappearing climates may limit the efficacy of Amazonian protected areas in a warming world. Diversity and Distributions. 22(11): 1081-1084.

Feeley KJ, Silman M, and Duque A. 2016. COVER: Where are the tropical plants? A call for better inclusion of tropical plants in studies investigating and predicting the impacts of climate change. Frontiers of Biogeography. 7(4). fb_27602.

Feeley KJ. 2016. Commentary: Estimating the global conservation status of more than 15,000 Amazonian tree species. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 4:59.

Hu G, Feeley KJ, Yu M. 2016. Habitat Fragmentation drives plant community assembly processes across life stages. PLoS ONE 11(7): e0159572.

Idarragad A, Duque A, and Feeley KJ. 2016. Divergent drivers of tree community composition in lowland and highland forests of the northern tropical Andes, Colombia. Actualidades Biológicas 38: 145-156.

Kolbe JJ, VanMiddlesworth P, Battles AC, Stroud JT, Buffum B, Forman RTT, Losos JB. 2016. Determinants of spread in an urban landscape by an introduced lizard. Landscape Ecology. 31(8): 1795-1813.

Machovina B and Feeley KJ. 2016. Eating plants to save them. Pages 184-190 in Botanists of the twenty-first century: roles, challenges and opportunities (Eds. Rakotoarisoa NR., Blackmore S, and Riera B). UNESCO Publishing. Paris, France.

Perez TM, Stroud JT, and Feeley KJ. 2016. Perspective: Thermal trouble in the tropics. Science. 351: 1392-1393.

Rehm, EM and Feeley KJ. 2016. Seedling transplants reveal species-specific responses of high-elevation tropical treeline trees to climate change. Oecologia. 181(4): 1233-1242.

Rehm EM, and Feeley KJ. 2016. Many species risk mountain top extinction long before they reach the top. Frontiers of Biogeography. 8(1). fb_27788.

Stroud JT
, Outerbridge ME, Giery ST. 2016. First specimen of an American green anole (Anolis carolinensis) on the oceanic island of Bermuda, with a review of the species' current global distribution. IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians. 23(3): 188-190.

Stroud JT, and Losos JB. 2016 Ecological Opportunity and Adaptive Radiation. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution & Systematics. 47: 507-532.

Stroud JT, and Giery ST. 2016. Nesting behavior and egg incubation time of introduced brown basilisks (Basiliscus vittatus) in South Florida. IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians. 23(2): 104-107.

Baez S, Malizia A, Carilla J, Blundo C, Aguilar M, Aguirre M, Aquirre Z, Alvarez E, Cuesta F, Duque A, Farfan-Rios W, Garcia-Cabrera K, Grau R, Homier, Linares-Palomino R, Malizia LR, Cruz OM, Osinaga O, Phillips OL, Reynel C, Silman MR, and Feeley KJ. 2015. large-scale patterns of turnover and basal area change in Andean forests. PLoS ONE 10:e0126594.

Ding Z, Feeley KJ, Hu H, and Ding P. 2015. Bird guild loss and its determinants on subtropical land-bridge islands, China. Avian Research. 6: 1-9.

Duque A, Stephenson P, and Feeley KJ. 2015. Thermophilization of adult and juvenile tree communities in the northern tropical Andes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 112: 10744–10749.

Feeley KJ. 2015. Are we filling the data void? An assessment of the amount and extent of plant collection records and census data available for tropical South America. PLoS ONE. 10:e0125629.

Feeley KJ. 2015. COVER: Moving forward with species distributions. American Journal of Botany. 102: 173-175.

Feeley KJ and Rehm EM. 2015. Correspondence: The downward shift of montane grasslands exemplifies the dual threat of human disturbances to cloud forest biodiversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 112 (45): E6085.

Gillespie GR., Howard S, Stroud JT, Ul-Hassanah A, Campling M, Lardner B, Scroggie M, Kusrini M. 2015. Responses of a tropical herpetofauna community to anthropogenic disturbance and natural habitat variation in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Biological Conservation. 192: 161-173.

Machovina BL, Feeley KJ, and Ripple W. 2015. Conservation: the key is reducing meat consumption. Science of the Total Environment. 536: 419-431.

Rehm EM and Feeley KJ. 2015. Freezing temperatures limit forest recruitment above tropical Andean treelines. Ecology. 96: 1856–1865.

Rehm, EM and Feeley KJ. 2015. The inability of tropical cloud forest species to invade grasslands above treeline during climate change: potential explanations and consequences. Ecography.

Rehm EM
, Olivas P, Stroud J and Feeley KJ. 2015. Losing your edge: climate change and the conservation value of range-edge populations. Ecology and Evolution. In Press.

Slik F. and 100+ coauthors including Feeley KJ. 2015. An estimate of the number of tropical tree species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 112: 7472-7477.

Stroud JT and Feeley KJ. 2015. A Downside of Diversity? A response to Gallagher et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 30: 296–297.

Stroud JT and Feeley KJ. 2015. Responsible academia: Optimizing conference locations to minimize greenhouse gas emissions. Ecography. 38: 402–404.

Stroud JT
, Bush MR, Ladd MC, Nowicki RJ, Shantz AA, and Sweatman J. 2015. Is a community still a community? Reviewing key definitions in community ecology. Ecology and Evolution.

Duque A, Feeley KJ, Cabrera E, Callejas R, Idarraga A. 2014. The dangers of carbon-centric conservation for biodiversity: a case study in the Andes. Tropical Conservation Science. 7(2): 178-193.

Feeley KJ and Rehm E. 2014. Correspondence: Priorities for conservation corridors. Nature Climate Change. 4: 405-406.

Feeley KJ and Machovina B. 2014. Letter: Increasing preference for beef magnifies human impact on world’s food web. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 111, E794-E794.

Feeley KJ, Rehm E, and Stroud J. 2014. There are many barriers to species migrations. Frontiers of Biogeography. 6(2): fb_22006 4 pages.

Girardin CAJ, Malhi Y, Feeley KJ, Rapp JM, Silman MR, Meir P, Huaraca Huasco W, Salinas N, Mamani M, Silva-Espejo JE, Garcia Cabrera K, Farfan Rios W, Metcalfe DB, Doughty CE & Aragao LEOC. 2014. Seasonality of above-ground net primary productivity along an Andean altitudinal transect in Peru. Journal of Tropical Ecology. 30(6): 503-519.

Girardin CAJ., Farfan W, Garcia K, Feeley KJ, Jorgensen PM, Araujo Murakami A, Cayola Perez L, Renate S, Narel P, Fuentes Carlos A, Maldonado C, Silman M, Salinas N, Reynel C, Neill D, Serrano M, Caballero J, La Torre-Cuadros MA, Macia M, Killeen T, and Malhi Y. 2014. Spatial patterns of above-ground structure, biomass and composition in a network of six Andean elevation transects. Plant Ecology and Diversity 7(1): 161-171.

Machovina, B and Feeley KJ. 2014. Meat consumption as a key impact on tropical nature: a response to Laurance et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 29(8): 430–431.

Machovina, B and Feeley KJ. 2014. Correspondence: Livestock: limit red meat consumption. Nature 508: 186.

Machovina, B and Feeley KJ. 2014. Correspondence: Taking a bite out of biodiversity. Science. 343(6173): 838.

Oleas NH, Meerow AW, Feeley KJ, Gebelein J, and Francisco-Ortega J. 2014. Using species distribution models as a tool to discover new records of Phaedranassa brevifolia Meerow, 1987 (Liliopsida: Amaryllidaceae) in Northern Ecuador. Check List. 10(3):689-691.

Rehm, EM. 2014. Letter: Rates of upslope shifts for tropical species depend on life history and dispersal mode. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 111: E1676.

Rehm EM, Lenzc A, Hochc G, and Korner C. 2014. Spring patterns of freezing resistance and photosynthesis of two leaf phenotypes of Hedera helix. Basic and Applied Ecology. In Press.

Stroud J, Rehm E, Ladd M, Olivas P, and Feeley KJ. 2014. Is conservation research money being spent wisely? Changing trends in conservation research priorities.  Journal of Nature Conservation. 22(5): 471-473.

Stroud JT and Beckles W. 2014. Anolis cristatellus (Puerto Rican Crested Anole): Abnormal dewlap color. Herpetological Review. In Press

Ding Z., Feeley K.J., Wang S., Wang Y., and Ding P. 2013. Patterns of bird functional diversity on land-bridge island fragments. Journal of Animal Ecology. 82: 782-790.

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

Machovina B. and Feeley K.J. 2013. Climate change driven shifts in the extent and location of areas suitable for export banana production. Ecological Economics, 93: 83-95.

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

TerSteege H. and 100+ coauthors including Feeley K.J. 2013. Hyper-dominance in the Amazonian tree flora. Science. 342: 325-334.

Stroud JT. 2013. Anolis equestris (Cuban Knight Anole): Exotic intra-guild predation. Herpetological Review 44(4): 660-661

Stroud JT and Giery S. 2013. Anolis equestris (Cuban Knight Anole): Nocturnal activity. Herpetological Review 44(4): 661

Stroud JT, Krysko, KL. 2013. Ctenosaura similis (Gray’s Spiny-tailed Iguana): Non-native diet. Herpetological Review 44(2):322

Feeley K.J. 2012. Distributional migrations, expansions, and contractions of tropical plant species as revealed in dated herbarium records. Global Change Biology. 18(4): 1335-1341.

Feeley K.J., Malhi Y., Zelazowski P., and Silman M. 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(8): 2636–2647.

Feeley K.J. and Rehm E. 2012. Amazon's vulnerability to climate change heightened by deforestation and man-made dispersal barriers. Global Change Biology. 18(12): 3606–3614.

Feeley K.J., Rehm E.M.
, and Machovina B. 2012. COVER: The responses of tropical forest species to global climate change: acclimate, adapt, migrate, or go extinct? Frontiers in Biogeography. 4(2):69-82.

Hortal, J., Faller, K., Feeley, K.J., Field, R., Graham, C., Guilhaumon, F. & Gavin, D., eds. 2012. Conference program and abstracts. International Biogeography Society 6th Biennial Meeting: 9-13 January 2013, Miami, Florida, USA. Frontiers of Biogeography 4(suppl. 1). International Biogeography Society, 230 pp.

Hu G., Xu X., Wang Y., Lu G., Feeley K.J., Yu M. 2012. Regeneration of different plant functional types in a Masson pine forest following pine wilt disease. PLoS ONE. 7(5): e36432.

Hu G., Wu J., Feeley K.J., Xu G., Yu M. 2012. The effects of landscape variables on the species-area relationship during late-stage habitat fragmentation. PLoS ONE. 7(8): e43894.

Yu M., Y., Hu G., Feeley K.J., Wu J., and Ding P. 2012. Richness and composition of plants and birds on land-bridge islands: effects of island attributes and differential responses of species functional groups. Journal of Biogeography. 39(6): 1124-1133.

Feeley K.J.
and Silman M.R. 2011. COVER: Keep collecting: accurate species distribution modeling requires more collections than previously thought due to temporally autocorrelated collection biases. Diversity and Distributions. 17: 1132-1140.

Feeley K.J.
, Davies S.J., Perez P., Hubbell S., Foster R. 2011. COVER: Directional changes in the species composition of a tropical forest. Ecology. 92(4): 871-82.

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

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

Hu G., Feeley K.J., Wu J., Xu G., Yu M. 2011.Determinants of plant species richness and nestedness in fragmented landscapes: evidence from land-bridge islands. Landscape Ecology. Landscape Ecology. 26: 1405-1417.

Maness T.J., Westbrock M.A., Feeley K.J., and Anderson D.J. 2011. Offspring sex does not influence duration of post-fledging parental care in the sexually size dimorphic Nazca Booby (Sula granti). Ornitologia Neotropical. In press.

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

Girardin C.A.J., Malhi Y., Aragao L.E.O.C., Mamani M., Huaraca W., Durand L., Feeley K.J., Rapp J., Silva-Espejo J.E., Silman M., Salinas N., Whittaker R.J. 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.

Peres C.A., Gardner T.A., Barlow J., Zuanon J., Michalski F., Lees A.C., Vieira I.C., Moreira F.M.S., and Feeley K.J. 2010. Biodiversity conservation in human-modified Amazonian forest landscapes. Biological Conservation 143: 2314-2327.

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

Feeley K.J. 2010. The conservation value of secondary forests for tropical nocturnal bird species. Animal Conservation 13: 16-18.

Li P., Ding P., Feeley K.J., Zhang J., and Jiang P. 2010. Patterns of species diversity and functional diversity of breeding birds in Hangzhou across an urbanization gradient. Chinese Birds 1(1):1–8

Terborgh J.W. and Feeley, K.J.  2010. "Propagation of trophic cascades via multiple pathways in tropical forests" in Terborgh J. W. and J. A. Estes (eds.). Pp. 125-140 in Trophic cascades: Predators, prey, and the changing dynamics of nature. Island Press, Washington, DC. Buy the book

Farfan W. and Feeley, K.J. 2009. Deforestacion y el mercado de carbono en los bosques tropicales. Xilema 26: 11-16

Feeley K.J. and Silman M.R. 2009. Extinction risks of Amazonian plant species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106, 12382-12387.

Feeley K.J. and Silman M.R. 2009. Modelling Andean and Amazonian plant species responses to climate change: the effects of geo-referencing errors and the importance of data filtering. Journal of Biogeography 37: 733-740.

Feeley K.J. 2009. “Relaxation [sensu the process of species loss from islands or fragments]" in Encyclopedia of Islands (R. Gillespie and D. Clague, eds.). University of California Press. Pp 787-788. Buy the book

Wang Y., Zhang J., Feeley K.J., Jiang P., Ding P. 2009. Life-history traits associated with fragmentation vulnerability of lizards in the Thousand Island Lake, China. Animal Conservation 12: 329-337.

Zimmermann M., Meir P., Silman M., Fedders A., Gibbon A., Malhi Y., Urrego D., Bush M., Feeley K., Garcia K., Dargie G., Farfan W., Goetz B., Johnson W., Kline K., Modi A., Rurau N., Staudt B., and Zamora F. 2009. No Differences in Soil Carbon Stocks Across the Tree Line in the Peruvian Andes. Ecosystems 13: 62-74.

Chave J., Condit R., Muller-Landau H.C., Thomas S.C., Ashton P.S., Bunyavejchewin S., Co L.L., Dattaraja H.S., Davies S.J., Esufali S., Ewango C.E.N., Feeley K.J., Foster R.B., Gunatilleke N., Gunatilleke S., Hall P., Hart T.B., Hernandez C., Hubbell S.P., Itoh A., Kiratiprayoon S., LaFrankie J.V., Loo de Lao S., Makana J-R., Noor M.N.S., Kassim A.R., Samper C., Sukumar R., Suresh H.S., Tan S., Thompson J., Tongco M.D.C., Valencia R., Vallejo M., Villa G., Yamakura T., Zimmerman J.K., and Losos E.C. 2008. Assessing Evidence for a Pervasive Alteration in Tropical Tree Communities. Plos Biology 6: e45.

Feeley K.J. and Silman M.R. 2008. Letter: Unrealistic assumptions invalidate extinction estimates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106: e121.

Feeley K.J. and Terborgh J.W. 2008 Direct vs. indirect effects of habitat reduction on the loss of avian species from tropical forest fragments. Animal Conservation 11: 353-360.

Feeley K.J. and Terborgh J.W. 2008 Response: Trophic drivers of species loss from fragments. Animal Conservation 11: 366-368.

Terborgh J.W. and Feeley K.J. 2008. “Ecosystem decay in closed forest fragments” in Tropical Forest Community Ecology (W.P. Carson and S.A. Schnitzer, eds.). Blackwell Publishing. pp 308-321. Buy the book

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

Feeley K.J., Davies S.J., Ashton P.S., Bunyavejchewin S., Noor M.N.S., Kassim A.R., Tan S., and Chave J. 2007 The role of gap-phase processes in the biomass dynamics of tropical forests. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 274: 2857-2864.

Feeley K.J., Gillespie T.W., Lebbin D.J., and Hart H.S. 2007 Species characteristics associated with extinction vulnerability and nestedness rankings of birds in tropical forest fragments. Animal Conservation 10: 493-501.

Feeley K.J., Davies S., Noor M.N.S., Kassim A.R., and Tan S.. 2007. Do current stem size distributions predict future population changes? An empirical test of intraspecific patterns in tropical trees across two spatial scales. Journal of Tropical Ecology 23: 191-198.

Feeley K.J. and Terborgh J.W. 2006 Habitat fragmentation and the effects of herbivore (red howler monkey) abundances on bird diversity. Ecology 87: 144-150.

Ibanez I., Clark J., Dietze M.C., Feeley K.J., Hersh M., LaDeau S., McBride A., Welch N.E., and Wolosin M.S.. 2006. Predicting biodiversity change: outside the climate envelope, beyond the species-area curve. Ecology 87: 1896-1906.

Terborgh J.W,  Feeley K.J., Nuñez P., Balukjian B., and Silman M.R. 2006. Vegetation dynamics of predator-free land-bridge islands. Journal of Ecology 94: 253-263.

Feeley K.J. 2005. The role of clumped defecation in the spatial distribution of nutrients and the availability of nutrients for plant uptake. Journal of Tropical Ecology 21: 99-102.

Feeley K.J. and Terborgh J.W. 2005. The effects of herbivore density on soil nutrients and tree growth in tropical forest fragments. Ecology 86: 116-124.

Feeley K.J., Gillespie T.G., and Terborgh J.W. 2005. The utility of spectral indices from Landsat ETM+ for measuring the structure and composition of tropical dry forests. Biotropica 37: 508-519.

Feeley K.J. 2004. The effects of forest fragmentation and increased edge exposure on leaf litter accumulation. Journal of Tropical Ecology 20: 709-714.

Feeley K.J. Analysis of the avian communities of Lake Guri, Venezuela, using multiple assembly rule models. Oecologia 137: 104-113.

POPULAR PUBLICATIONS (non-peer reviewed)

Rehm E. and Feeley K.J., 2012. Saving the forests in the clouds. The Tropical Garden. In Press.

Feeley K.J., 2011. Back to the future: old herbarium collections are our newest tool in the fight to protect tropical diversity The Tropical Garden 70: 19-23.

Machovina, B. and Feeley, K.J., 2011. Conserving Earth from space. The Tropical Garden 68: 28-32.

Feeley K.J. 2010. Where will the tropical rainforest be in 100 years? The Tropical Garden. 66: 30-33.

Feeley K.J. 2009. “The effects of global change on tropical forests” in Encyclopedia of Life Science (K.E. Cullen, ed.). Facts on File Press. Buy the book

Feeley K.J. 2009. The effect of CO2 on tropical forests. The Tropical Garden. 64: 42-45.
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