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Blare, T., Haro-Carrión, X., Grogan, K., and P. Useche. 2013. How much does the forest cost? Determining the size of subsidy payments to induce reforestation in coastal Ecuador. Selected Paper prepared for presentation at the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association’s 2013 AAEA & CAES Joint Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, August 4-6, 2013.
Blare, T. and X. Haro-Carrión. 2013. Turning carbon into cash: Economic model of payments for carbon sequestration in the dry tropical forest of coastal Ecuador. Selected paper prepared for presentation at the Southern Agricultural Economics Association (SSEA) Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, 3-5 February 2013
Checa, M.F., Rodriguez, J., Willmott, K., and B. Liger. 2014. Microclimate variability significantly affects the composition, abundance and phenology of butterfly communities in highly threatened neotropical dry forest. Florida Entomologist, 97:1-13
Conservation International. 1991. Status of forest remnants in the Cordillera de la Costa and adjacent areas of southwestern Ecuador. Rapid Assessment Program. RAP Working Papers 2.
Escobar, S., Razafindratsima, O. H., Montúfar, R., & Balslev, H. 2020. Post-Dispersal Seed Removal in a Large-Seeded Palm by Frugivore Mammals in Western Ecuador. Tropical Conservation Science, 13:1-14
Jolley, J.A. 2013. Assessing riparian condition and prioritizing locations for streamside reforestation projects: Northern Manabí province, Ecuador. Masters thesis. Nicholas School of Environment, Duke University.
Lyons-Galante, H. and X. Haro-Carrión. 2017. Effect of distance from edge on exotic grass abundance in tropical dry forests bordering pastures in Ecuador. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 33:170-173
Meisel, J., Fernández, L., Toapanta, C., and C. Woodward. 2017. A new record of Northern Ghost Bat (Diclidurus albus, WIED-NEUWIED 1820) in Ecuador. Unpublished.
Kiefer, D., Moscoe, L., Buchanan, J. and C. Woodward. 2015. The accuracy of plant identification in a longitudinal ethnobotanical project in coastal Ecuador. Alternative and Integrative Medicine. 4:1-8.
Laufenberg, D. and C. Woodward. 2010. Parental care and nestling development of the Beautiful Jay (Cyanolyca pulcra) in northwestern Ecuador. Ornitologia Neotropical, 21:611-614.
Meisel, J. and C. Woodward. 2005. Andean orchid conservation and the role of private lands: A case study from Ecuador. Selbyana, 26:49-57.