Related Publications


Bachelot, Benedicte, Aura M. Alonso-Rodríguez, Laura Aldrich-Wolfe, Molly A. Cavaleri, Sasha C. Reed, and

Tana E. Wood. 2020. “Altered Climate Leads to Positive Density-Dependent Feedbacks in a Tropical Wet Forest.” Global Change Biology, no. November 2019: 1–12.

Reed, Sasha C., Robin Reibold, Molly A. Cavaleri, Aura M. Alonso-Rodríguez, Megan E. Berberich, and Tana E.

Wood. 2020. “Soil Biogeochemical Responses of a Tropical Forest to Warming and Hurricane Disturbance.” In Advances in Ecological Research, 62:225–52. Academic Press.

Mau, Alida C., Sasha C. Reed, Tana E. Wood, and Molly A. Cavaleri. 2018. “Temperate and Tropical Forest

Canopies are Already Functioning beyond Their Thermal Thresholds for Photosynthesis.” Forests 9 (1): 1–24.

Kimball, Bruce A., Aura M. Alonso-Rodríguez, Molly A. Cavaleri, Sasha C. Reed, Grizelle González, and Tana E.

Wood. 2018. “Infrared Heater System for Warming Tropical Forest Understory Plants and Soils.” Ecology and Evolution 8 (4): 1932–44.

Cavaleri, Molly A., Sasha C. Reed, W. Kolby Smith, and Tana E. Wood. 2015. “Urgent Need for Warming

Experiments in Tropical Forests.” Global Change Biology 21 (6): 2111–21.

Wood, Tana E., Molly A. Cavaleri, and Sasha C. Reed. 2012. “Tropical Forest Carbon Balance in a Warmer World:

A Critical Review Spanning Microbial- to Ecosystem-Scale Processes.” Biological Reviews 87 (4): 912–27.

Reed, Sasha C., Tana E. Wood, and Molly A. Cavaleri. 2012. “Tropical Forests in a Warming World.” New

Phytologist 193 (1): 27–29.

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