Larion, K.*, G. Burleigh, and F.E. Putz. Pith width, leaf area,
and twig thickness. American Journal of Botany (in preparation).
Alencar, A.+, G.P. Asner, and F. E. Putz. Forest fragmentation
and drought are changing forest fire regimes in Amazonia. PlosBiology (in
Graves, S.J.* and F. E. Putz. Bark thickness at different
heights on stems of fire-resistant and fire-susceptible Floridian oaks
(Quercus spp.). American Journal of Botany (in preparation).
West, T.* and F.E. Putz. Indigenous community benefits from a
de-centralized approach to REDD+ in Brazil. Global Environmental Change (in
Griscom, B., P. Ellis, and F.E. Putz. Carbon emissions
performance in commercial logging concessions of East Kalimantan,
Indonesia. Global Change Biology (in review).
Putz, F.E. Futures of forests and forestry in the tropics.
Biotropica (in review).
Brando, P.M.+, A. Alencar,+ D. Nepstad, and F.E. Putz. Abrupt
increases in Amazonian tree mortality due to drought-fire interactions.
Science (in review).
Putz, F.E. Root growth responses of lianas and trees to spatial
heterogeneity in soil nutrients. In, S. Schnitzer, F. Bongers, R. Burnham,
and F.E. Putz (editors), Ecology of Lianas. Earthscan Press, London.
Schnitzer, S.A.+, F.E. Putz, F. Bongers, and K. Kroening. Liana
publication rate climbing. Biotropica (in review).
Wainwright, A.E.** and F.E. Putz. Scientific names matter to
marketability: A comparative taste test of infusions of a native Florida
holly (Ilex vomitoria) and yerba mate (I. paraguariensis).
Economic Botany (in review).
Eleuterio, A.A.+, M. Aparecido de Jesus, and F.E. Putz. Short-
term impacts of selective logging on the diversity of decay fungi in
Amazonian Brazil. Biological Conservation (in review).
Putz, F.E., C. D. Canham, and S. Ollinger**. Root foraging
efficiencies of trees and shrubs. Journal of Ecology (in revision).
Poorter, L., A. McNeil, V.-H. Hurtado, H.H.T. Prins, and F.E. Putz.
Bark thickness and life history strategies of tropical dry- and moist
forest trees. Functional Ecology (in press).
Silvério, D.V., P.M. Brando+, J. Balch, M.M.C. Bustamente, and F.E.
Putz. Testing the Amazon savannization hypothesis: fire effects on the
invasion of a neotropical forest by cerrado native and exotic pasture
grasses. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (in press).
Putz, F. E. 2013. Complexity confronting tropical
silviculturalists. Pages 165-186 in, C. Messier, K. J. Puettman, and K.D.
Coates, editors. Managing Forests as Complex Adaptive Sytems; Building
Resilience to the Challenge of Global Change. Earthscan, New York.
Ruslandi, A. Klassen, F.E. Putz, and C. Romero. 2013.
Certification of responsible natural forest management in Indonesia:
Progress despite obstacles. International Union of Forest Research
Organizations, Helsinki, Finland.
Putz, F. E. 2012. Spring comes to North Florida. The Palmetto 29:
Medjibe, V.P.+, F. E. Putz, and C. Romero. 2012. Certified and
uncertified logging concessions compared in Gabon: Changes in stand
structure, tree species, and biomass. Environmental Management DOI
Putz, F.E. and C. Romero. 2012. Helping curb tropical forest
degradation by linking REDD+ with other conservation interventions: A view
from the forest. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4: 670-
Medjibe, V.P*. and F.E. Putz. 2012. Cost comparisons of reduced-
impact and conventional logging in the tropics. Journal of Forest Economics
Ruslandi*, J. Halperin, and F.E. Putz. 2012. Effects of felling
gap proximity on residual tree mortality and growth in a dipterocarp forest
in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 24: 1-
Putz, F. E. 2012. Coastal forest retreats as sea level rises. The
Palmetto 29: 8-11.
Ruslandi*, O. Venter, and F.E. Putz. 2011. Over-estimating the
costs of conservation in Southeast Asia. Frontiers in Ecology and the
Environment 9: 542-544.
Putz, F.E. 2011. Biodiversity conservation in tropical forests
managed for timber. Pages 91-101 in, Silviculture in the Tropics, S.
Gunter, B. Stimm, M. Weber, and R. Mosandl (editors), Springer-Verlag,
Putz, F.E., P.A. Zuidema, T. Synnott, M. Peña-Claros+, M. A.
Pinard+, Douglas Sheil, J. K. Vanclay, P. Sist, S. Gourlet-Fleury, B.
Griscom, J. Palmer, and R. Zagt. 2012. Sustaining conservation values in
selectively logged tropical forests: The attained and the attainable.
Conservation Letters 5: 296-303.
Veldman, J.W.* and F.E. Putz. 2011. Grass-dominated vegetation,
not species-diverse natural savanna, replaces degraded tropical forests on
the southern edge of the Amazon Basin. Biological Conservation 144: 1419-
Brando, P.M.*, D.C. Nepstad, B. Bolker, J.K. Balch, B. Bolker, M.C.
Christman, M. Coe, and F.E. Putz. 2012. Post-fire tree mortality in
a neotropical tropical forest: the roles of bark traits, tree size, and
wood density, and fire behavior. Global Change Biology 17: 2245-2260.
Peña-Claros+, M., L. Poorter, A. Alacón, G. Blate+, U. Choque, T.S.
Fredericksen, M.J. Justiniano, C. Leaño, J. C. Licona, W. Pariona, F.E.
Putz, L. Quevedo+, and M. Toledo*. 2012. Soil effects on forest
structure and diversity in a moist and a dry tropical forest. Biotropica
Salimon, C.I., F.E. Putz, L. Menezes-Filho, A. Anderson, M.
Silveira, I.F. Brown, and L. C. Oliveira. 2011. Estimating state-wide
carbon stocks for a REDD plan in Acre, Brazil. Forest Ecology and
Management 262: 555-560.
Medgibe, V.P.*, M. Starkey, A.A. Ndouna**, H.R. Memiaghe**, and F.E.
Putz. 2011. Impacts of timber extraction on above-ground forest biomass
on Monts de Cristal in Gabon. Forest Ecology and Management 262: 1799-
Putz, F.E. 2011. Would you prefer red coontie or white?
Outstanding mysteries about a traditional food. The Palmetto 28: 13-15.
Sasaki, N., T. Owari, and F.E. Putz. 2011. Time to substitute
wood bioenergy for nuclear power in Japan. Energies 4: 1051-1057.
Geselbracht, L., K. Freeman., E. Kelly, D. R. Gordon, and F. E. Putz.
2011. Retrospective and prospective model simulations of sea level rise
impacts on Gulf of Mexico coastal marshes and forests in Waccasassa Bay,
Florida. Climate Change 107: 35-57.
Sasaki, N., G.P. Asner, W. Knorr, P.D. Durst, H. Priyadi, and F.E.
Putz. 2011. Approaches to classifying and restoring degraded tropical
forests for the anticipated REDD+ climate change mitigation mechanism.
iForest- Biogeosciences and Forestry 4: 1-6.
Nasi, R., F.E. Putz, P. Pacheco, S. Wunder, and S. Anta. 2011.
Sustainable forest management and carbon in tropical Latin America: The
case for REDD+. Forests 2: 200-217.
Caravalho*, E., L. Kobziar, and F.E. Putz. 2011. Fire ignition
patterns and charcoal production in a pine flatwoods in Florida.
International Journal of Wildland Fire 20:474-477.
Veldman*, J.M. and F.E. Putz. 2010. Long-distance dispersal of
invasive grasses by logging vehicles in a tropical dry forest. Biotropica
DeWalt, S.J. and F.E. Putz (with 15 other authors) 2010. Global
patterns of liana density and basal area vary with mean annual
precipitation. Biotropica 42: 309-317.
Putz, F.E. and K. H. Redford. 2010. Tropical forest definitions,
degradation, phase shifts, and further transitions. Biotropica 42: 10-
Mazzei*, L., P. Sist, A. Ruschel, F.E. Putz, P. Marco, W. Pena,
and W. Baitz. 2010. Carbon retention with reduced-impact logging in the
Eastern Amazon. Forest Ecology and Management 259: 367-373.
Veldman*, J.W., B. Mostacedo+, M. Peña-Claros+, and F.E. Putz.
2009. Selective logging and fire as drivers of alien grass invasion in
a tropical dry forest of Bolivia. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 1643-
Varner+, J.M., F.E. Putz, M.J. Mitchell, J.K. Hiers, J.J.
O’Brien, and D.R. Gordon. 2009. Post-fire tree stress and growth following
smoldering duff fires. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 2467-2474.
Putz, F.E. and R. Nasi. 2009. Carbon benefits from avoiding and
repairing forest degradation. Pages 249-262 in, Realising REDD+: National
Strategy and Policy Options, Arild Angelsen (editor), Center for
International Forestry Research, Bogor, Indonesia.
Putz, F.E. and P.A. Zuidema. 2009. Conserving carbon in tropical
forests: pitfalls and possibilities. Pages 19-24 in, A. J. Van Bodegom,
Herman Savenije, and Marieke Wit (eds). Forests and Climate Change:
Adaptation and Mitigation. Tropenbos International, Wageningen, The
Netherlands. xvi + 160 pp.
Sasaki, N. and F.E. Putz. 2009. Critical need for new definitions
of “forest” and “forest degradation” in global climate change agreements.
Conservation Letters doi: 10.1111/j.1755-263X.2009.00067.x see also:
Putz, F.E. and N. Sasaki. 2009. Response to Guariguata, M.R., Nasi,
R. & Kanninen, M. Conservation Letters. Most downloaded paper of 2009. See
stories in Nature (http:
Paz*, C. and F.E. Putz. 2009. Anthropogenic soils and tree
distributions in a lowland forest in Bolivia. Biotropica 41: 665-675.
Palumbo*, M. J., S.T. Talcott, and F.E. Putz. 2009. Ilex
vomitoria: An overlooked North American caffeine source. Economic
Botany 63: 130-137.
Mostacedo*, B., F.E. Putz, T. S. Fredericksen, A. Villca, and T.
Palacios. 2009. Contributions of root and stump sprouts to natural
regeneration in a logged tropical dry forest in Bolivia. Forest Ecology and
Management 258: 978-985.
Putz, F.E. and K.H. Redford. 2009. Dangers of carbon-based
conservation. Global Environmental Change 19: 400-401.
Putz, F.E. 2009. Trying to eat tread softlies. The Palmetto 26:
Putz, F.E., P. Zuidema, M.A. Pinard+, R.G.A. Boot, J. A. Sayer,
D. Sheil, P. Sist, Elias, and J.K. Vanclay. 2008. Tropical forest
management for carbon retention. PLOS Biology 6: 1368-1369.
Putz, F.E., P. Sist, T.S. Fredericksen, and D. Dykstra. 2008.
Reduced-impact logging: challenges and opportunities. Forest Ecology and
Management 256: 1427-1433.
Peña-Claros+, M., Peters, E.M., Justiniano*, M.J., Bongers, F., Blate+,
G.M., Fredericksen, T.S., Putz, F.E., 2008. Regeneration of
commercial trees species following silvicultural treatments in a moist
tropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 1283-1293.
Peña-Claros+, M., L., T.S. Fredericksen, A. Alarcon, G.M. Blate+, U.
Choque, C. Leaño, B. Mostacedo+, W. Pariona, Z. Villegas, and F.E.
Putz. 2008. Beyond reduced-impact logging: silvicultural treatments to
increase growth rates of tropical trees. Forest Ecology and Management 256:
Marshall Mattson*, K.D. and F.E. Putz. 2008. Sand pine (Pinus
clausa) seedling distribution and biomechanics in relation to microsite
condition and proximity to nurse plants. Forest Ecology and Management 256: