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Journal articles in 2006

Anderson, L.C., Hartman, J.H. & Wesselingh, F. (2006) Close evolutionary affinities between freshwater corbulid bivalves from the Neogene of western Amazonia and Paleogene of the northern Great Plains, USA. Journal of South American Earth Sciences 21: 28-48. [PDF (780 kB)]

Christenhusz, M.J.M. (2006) Three new species of Danaea (Marattiaceae) from French Guiana and the Lesser Antilles. Annales Botanici Fennici 43: 212-219. [PDF (968 kB)]

Christenhusz, M.J.M. & Tuomisto, H. (2006) Five new species of Danaea (Marattiaceae) from Peru and a new status for D. elliptica. Kew Bulletin 61: 17-30. [PDF (324 kB)]

Fine, P.V.A., Miller, Z.J., Mesones, I., Irazuzta, S., Appel, H.M., Henry, M., Stevens, H., Sääksjärvi, I.E., Schultz, J.C. & Coley, P.D. (2006) The growth-defense tradeoff and habitat specialization by plants in Amazonian forests. Ecology 87: S150-S162. [PDF (296 kB)]

Jones, M.M., Tuomisto, H., Clark, D.B. & Olivas Rojas, P. (2006) Effects of mesoscale environmental heterogeneity and dispersal limitation on floristic variation in rain forest ferns. Journal of Ecology 94: 181-195.  doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2745.2005.01071.x  [PDF (732 kB)]

Kaandorp, R.J.G., Wesselingh, F.P. & Vonhof, H.B. (2006) Ecological implications from geochemical records of Miocene Western Amazonian bivalves. Journal of South American Earth Sciences 21: 54-74. [PDF (2.1 MB)]

Lehtonen, S. (2006) Phylogenetics of Echinodorus (Alismataceae) based on morphological data. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 291-305. [PDF (204 kB)]

Poulsen, A.D., Tuomisto, H. & Balslev, H. (2006) Edaphic and floristic variation within a 1-ha plot of lowland Amazonian rain forest. Biotropica 38: 468-478.  [PDF (488 kB)]

Rebata-H., L.A., Gingras, M.K., Räsänen, M.E. & Barberi, M. (2006) Tidal-channel deposits on a delta plain from the Upper Miocene Nauta Formation, Marañón Foreland Sub-basin, Peru. Sedimentology 53: 971-1013.

Rebata-H., L.A., Räsänen, M.E., Gingras, M.K., Vieira Jr., V., Barberi, M., Irion, G. (2006) Sedimentology and ichnology of tide-influenced Late Miocene successions in Western Amazonia: The gradational transition between the Pebas and Nauta formations. Journal of South American Earth Sciences 1-2: 96-119.

Sirén, A.H. (2006). Natural resources in indigenous peoples’ land in Amazonia: A tragedy of the commons? International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 13: 363-374.  [PDF (1.3MB kB)]

Sirén, A.H., Cardenas, J.C. & Machoa, J.D. (2006). The relation between income and hunting in tropical forests: An economic experiment in the field. Ecology and Society 11(1): 44. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss1/art44/ [PDF (1.4 MB)]

Sääksjärvi, I.E., Ruokolainen, K., Tuomisto, H., Haataja, S., Fine, P., Cárdenas, G., Mesones, I. & Vargas, V. (2006) Comparing composition and diversity of parasitoid wasps and plants in an Amazonian rain forest mosaic. Journal of Tropical Ecology 22: 167-176.  [PDF (116 kB)]

Toivonen, T., Kalliola, R., Ruokolainen, K. & Malik, R.N. (2006) Across-path DN gradient in Landsat TM imagery of Amazonian forests: a challenge for image interpretation and mosaicking. Remote Sensing of Environment 100: 550-562.

Tuomisto, H. (2006) Edaphic niche differentiation among Polybotrya ferns in Western Amazonia: implications for coexistence and speciation. Ecography 29: 273-284.  [PDF (168 kB)]

Tuomisto, H. & Ruokolainen, K. (2006) Analyzing or explaining beta diversity? Understanding the targets of different methods of analysis. Ecology 87: 2697-2708.  [PDF (156 kB)]

Wesselingh, F.P. (2006) Miocene long-lived lake Pebas as a stage of mollusc radiations, with implications for landscape evolution in western Amazonia. Scripta Geologica 133: 1-17. [PDF (140 kB)]

Wesselingh, F.P. (2006) Molluscs from the Miocene Pebas Formation of Peruvian and Colombian Amazonia. Scripta Geologica 133: 19-290. [PDF (5.1 MB)]

Wesselingh, F.P. (2006) Evolutionary ecology of the Pachydontinae (Bivalvia, Corbulidae) in the Pebas lake/wetland system (Miocene, western Amazonia). Scripta Geologica 133: 395-417. [PDF (692 kB)]

Wesselingh, F.P., Guerrero, J., Räsänen, M., Romero Pitmann, L. & Vonhof, H. (2006) Landscape evolution and depositional processes in the Miocene Amazonian Pebas lake/wetland system: evidence from exploratory boreholes in northeastern Peru. Scripta Geologica 133: 323-361. [PDF (1.4 MB)]

Wesselingh, F.P., Hoorn, M.C., Guerrero, J., Räsänen, M., Romero Pittmann L. & Salo, J. (2006) The stratigraphy and regional structure of Miocene deposits in western Amazonia (Peru, Colombia and Brazil), with implications for Late Neogene landscape evolution. Scripta Geologica 133: 291-322. [PDF (816 kB)]

Wesselingh, F.P., Kaandorp, R.J.G., Vonhof, H.B., Räsänen, M.E., Renema, W. & Gingras, M (2006) The nature of aquatic landscapes in the Miocene of western Amazonia: an integrated palaeontological and geochemical approach. Scripta Geologica 133: 363-393. [PDF (888 kB)]

Wesselingh, F.P. & Macsotay, O. (2006) A Miocene molluscan faunule from Caucagua (Miranda State, Venezuela), with the description of a new species of Tryonia (Mollusca, Gastropoda). Cainozoic Research 4: 61-65. [PDF (904 kB)]

Wesselingh, F.P. & Macsotay, O. (2006) Pachydon hettneri (Anderson, 1928) as indicator for Caribbean-Amazonian lowland connections during the Early-Middle Miocene. Journal of South American Earth Sciences 21: 49-53. [PDF (276 kB)]

Wesselingh, F.P., Ranzi, A. & Räsänen, M.E. (2006) Miocene freshwater Mollusca from western Brazilian Amazonia. Scripta Geologica 133: 419-437. [PDF (836 kB)]

Wesselingh, F.P. & Salo, J.A. (2006) Miocene perspective on the evolution of the Amazonian biota. Scripta Geologica 133: 439-458. [PDF (592 kB)]

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