Authors: Báez Rivera, G.; Cruz Aguilar, Ray E.; Pérez Méndez, Anthony; Rivera San Antonio, Jennifer; Túa Ayala, Génesis Z.; Keyser, Tara; Abelleira Martínez, Oscar J.
Publication Year: 2021
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Citation: Báez Rivera, G., Cruz Aguilar, R.E., Pérez Méndez, A., Rivera San Antonio, J., Túa Ayala, G.Z., Keyser, T., Abelleira Martínez, O.J. 2021. Preliminary estimate of the immediate effects of Hurricane María on the tree structure and species composition of novel forests in the moist lowlands of Puerto Rico. Acta Cientifíca 32: 84-100.
Keywords: Anthropocene, Caribbean coastal and karst forests, introduced species, land-cover change, large infrequent-disturbances, short-term visible hurricane-effects
Posted Date: March 25, 2021
Modified Date: March 26, 2021
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