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Tropical Silviculture and the Ecology of Working Forests

Tuesday, 25 June 2013: 08:00-10:00
La Paz - B East (Herradura San Jose)
08:15
Forest disturbance reduces stem CO2 efflux from trees in the central Amazon
Norbert Kunert, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amaz˘nia; Liliane M. Teixeira, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amaz˘nia; Jeffrey Q. Chambers, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Niro Higuchi, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amaz˘nia; Joaquim dos Santos, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amaz˘nia; Susan Trumbore, Max Planck for Biogeochemistry; Daniel Magnabosco Marra, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amaz˘nia
08:30
Assessing logging impacts on fruit and nut production in the brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa): Implications for multiple-use forest management in western Amazonia
Cara A Rockwell, CIFOR; Manuel R. Guariguata, CIFOR; Mary Menton, Global Canopy Programme; Eriks Arroyo Quispe, Universidad Nacional Amazonica de Madre de Dios; Eleanor Warren-Thomas, CIFOR; Julia Quaedvlieg, Initiative for Conservation in the Andean Amazon
08:45
Tropical deforestation: 50 years ago, today and 50 years in the future
Douglas Boucher, Union of Concerned Scientists; Pipa Elias, Union of Concerned Scientists; Lael Goodman, Union of Concerned Scientists; Calen May-Tobin, Union of Concerned Scientists; Sarah Roquemore, Union of Concerned Scientists
09:00
How tropical forests can survive the 21st century
Gary Hartshorn, World Forestry Center
09:15
Effects of land-use intensification on plant functional properties, and ecosystem processes in lowland Bolivia
Geovana Carre˝o-Rocabado, Instituto Boliviano de Investigaciˇn Forestal (IBIF); Lourens Poorter, Wageningen University; Marielos Pe˝a-Claros, Instituto Boliviano de Investigaciˇn Forestal (IBIF); Frans Bongers, Wageningen University
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