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Zou, X. M, and G. González. 2001. Earthworms In Tropical Tree Plantations: Effects Of Managment And Relations With Soil Carbon And Nutrient Use Efficiency. In Management of Tropical Plantations Forests and their Soil Litter System, Management of Tropical Plantations Forests and their Soil Litter System, ed. M.V. Reddy. New Hampshire, USA: Science Publishers, Inc. Enfield, 289-301.
Zimmerman, J. K, J. Thompson, and N. V. L. Brokaw. 2008. Large Tropical Forest Dynamics Plots: Laboratories For Testing Ecological Theory. In Tropical Forest Community Ecology, Tropical Forest Community Ecology, eds. W. Carson and Schnitzer, S. Blackwell, Oxford: Blackwell Publications Oxford, 98-117.
Zimmerman, J. K, T.M. Aide, and A. E Lugo. 2007. Implications Of Land Use History For Natural Forest Regeneration And Restoration Strategies In Puerto Rico. In Old Fields: Dynamics and Restoration of Abandoned Farmland, Old Fields: Dynamics and Restoration of Abandoned Farmland, eds. V.A. Cramer and Hobbs, R.H. Island Press, 51-74.
Zack, J. C, and M. R Willig. 2004. Analysis And Interpretation Of Fungal Biodiversity Patterns. In Biodiversity of fungi: inventory and monitoring methods, Biodiversity of fungi: inventory and monitoring methods, eds. G.M. Mueller, Bills, G.F., and Foster, D. Burlington, Massachusetts: Elsevier Academic Press, 59-76.
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Yiging, L., and G. González. 2008. Fungi And Macrofauna In The Neotropics. In In: Post-Agricultural Succession in the Neotropics, In: Post-Agricultural Succession in the Neotropics, ed. Randall W Myster. Springer, 93-114.
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Woolbright, Lawrence L. 1996. Plants: The Food Base. In The food web of a tropical rainforest, The food web of a tropical rainforest, eds. P.D. Reagan and Waide, R. B. Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press, 17-51.
Wishart, M.J., S. J Davies, P. Boon, and C.M. Pringle. 2000. Global Disparities In River Conservation. In First-world values and third-world realities, First-world values and third-world realities, P.J. Boon B. Davies, 354-369.
Willig, M. R, and M.A. McGinley. 1999. The Response Of Animals To Disturbance And Their Roles In Patch Generation. In Ecosystem of the World 16: Ecosystems of Disturbed Ground, Ecosystem of the World 16: Ecosystems of Disturbed Ground, ed. L. A Walker. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 633-658.
Willig, M. R, and L. A Walker. 2015. Preface. In Long-Term Ecological Research: Changing the Nature of Scientists, Long-Term Ecological Research: Changing the Nature of Scientists, eds. M. R Willig and Walker, L. A. New York, New York: Oxford University Press.
Willig, M. R, C.P. Bloch, A. Covich, C.A.S. Hall, D. J Lodge, A. E Lugo, W. L Silver, R. B Waide, L. A Walker, and J. K Zimmerman. 2012. Long-Term Research In The Luquillo Mountains: Synthesis And Foundations For The Future. In A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response, A Caribbean Forest Tapestry: The Multidimensional Nature of Disturbance and Response, eds. N. V. L. Brokaw, Crowl, A.T., Lugo, A. E, McDowell, W. H, Scantena, F. N, Waide, R. B, and Willig, M. R. New York, NY.: Oxford University Press, 361-441. http://www.treesearch.fs.fed.us/pubs/42108.
Willig, M. R, and L. A Walker. 2015. Long-Term Ecological Research: Changing The Nature Of Scientists. New York, New York: Oxford University Press.
Willig, M. R, and M.A. McGinley. 1999. Animal Responses To Natural Disturbance And Roles As Patch Generating Phenomena. In Ecosystem of the World 16: Ecosystems of Disturbed Ground, Ecosystem of the World 16: Ecosystems of Disturbed Ground, ed. L. A Walker. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science, 667-689.
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Willig, M. R, B.D. Patterson, and R.D. Stevens. 2003. Patterns Of Range Size, Richness, And Body Size. In Bat Ecology, Bat Ecology, eds. T.H. Kunz and Fenton, M.B. Chicago, USA: University of Chicago Press, 580-621.
Willig, M. R, S. J Presley, C.P. Bloch, J. Alvarez, and R. B Waide. 2013. Population, Community, And Metacommunity Dynamics Of Terrestrial Gastropods In The Luquillo Mountains: A Gradient Perspective. In Ecological Bulletins 54: Ecological gradient analyses in a tropical landscape, Ecological Bulletins 54: Ecological gradient analyses in a tropical landscape, , 117-140.
Willig, M. R, S.K. Lyons, and R.D. Stevens. 2007. Spatial Methods For The Macroecological Study Of Bats. In Ecological and Behavioral Methods for the Study of Bats, Ecological and Behavioral Methods for the Study of Bats, eds. T.H. Kunz and Parsons, S. Baltimore , Maryland, USA: Johns Hopkins University Press, 216- 245. http://www.mnh.si.edu/ETE/_LooyVersion/_img_ete/pubpdfs/Willig_ch11_216-246.pdf.
Willig, M. R, and L. A Walker. 2015. Tradeoffs Of Participation In The Long-Term Ecological Research (Lter) Program: Immediate And Long-Term Consequences. In Long-Term Ecological Research: Changing the Nature of Scientists, Long-Term Ecological Research: Changing the Nature of Scientists, eds. M. R Willig and Walker, L. A. New York, New York: Oxford University Press.
Willig, M. R, and S. J Presley. 2018. Biodiversity And Disturbance. In The Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, The Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, Oxford, UK: Elsevier Ltd., 45-51.
Willig, M. R, M.F. Secrest, S.B. Cox, G. Camilo, J. F Cary, J. Alvarez, and M.R. Gannon. 1998. Long-Term Monitoring Of Snails In The Luquillo Experimental Forest Of Puerto Rico: Heterogeneity, Scale,disturbance Recovery. In Forest Biodiversity in North, Central South America and the Caribbean: research and Monitoring. UNESCO and the Parthenon Publishing Group, Forest Biodiversity in North, Central South America and the Caribbean: research and Monitoring. UNESCO and the Parthenon Publishing Group, eds. F. Dallmeier and Comisky, J. Carnforth, Lancashire, UK: Man and Biospehere series, 293-322.
Willig, M. R, and L. A Walker. 2016. Changing The Nature Of Scientists Changing The Nature Of Scientists: Participation In The Long-Term Ecological Research Program. In Long-Term Ecological Research: Changing the Nature of Scientists, Long-Term Ecological Research: Changing the Nature of Scientists, New York, New York: Oxford University Press.

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