PhD theses
​The PhD thesis can be found in the Doria database (www.doria.fi​)

25. Zuquim, Gabriela. 2015. Ferns and lycophytes in Amazonia: diversity patterns and usefulness as habitat indicators.

24. Gómez Avila, Isrrael C. 2015. Taxonomy and Species Richness of Amazonian Pimplinae and Rhyssinae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae).

23. Toivonen, Johanna M. 2014. Determinants of Polylepis (Rosaceae) forest distribution and treeline formation in the high Andes.​

22. Rebata Hernani, Luisa A. 2012. The sedimentology, ichnology and hydrogeochemistry of the Late Miocene, marginal marine, Upper Pebas and Nauta Formations, Amazonian foreland basin, Peru.

21. Veijalainen, Anu. 2012. Species richness of neotropical parasitoid wasps (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) revisited.

20. Lähteenoja, Outi. 2011. Carbon dynamics and ecosystem diversity of Amazonian peatlands.

19. Salo, Matti. 2009. Knowledge meets landscape: Interacting science, people, and natural resources in Amazonian rainforests.

18. Wesselingh, Frank P. 2009. Molluscan radiations and landscape evolution in Miocene Amazonia.

17. Thessler, Sirpa. 2008. Remote sensing of floristic patterns in the lowland rain forest landscape.

16. Christenhusz, Maarten J.M. 2007. Evolutionary history and taxonomy of Neotropical marattioid ferns: Studies of an ancient lineage of plants.

15. Lehtonen, Samuli. 2007. Natural history of Echinodorus (Alismataceae).

14. Jones, Mirkka. 2006. Mesoscale patterns in the species composition and distributions of rain forest plants.

13. Hovikoski, Jussi. 2006. Miocene western Amazonia in the light of sedimentological and ichnological data.

12. Toivonen, Tuuli. 2006. Landscape information in quantitative biogeography: In search of a balance between resolution and extent.

11. Salovaara, Kati. 2005. Habitat heterogeneity and the distribution of large-bodied mammals in Peruvian Amazonia.

10. Romo, Monica. 2004. Regeneration ecology and population structure of the emergent tree Dipteryx micrantha (Fabaceae) in floodplain forests of the Manu river, Amazonian Peru.

9. Schulman, Leif. 2003. Taxonomy, chorology, speciation, and conservation in a heterogeneous Amazonia: case-studies in the flowering-plant family Melastomataceae.

8. Sääksjärvi, Ilari E. 2003. Diversity of parasitic wasps (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) in a lowland rain forest mosaic in Peruvian Amazonia.

7. Mäki, Sanna. 2003. Geographical variation and interactions in the western Amazon region: providing tools for environmental planning.

6. Vormisto, Jaana. 2000. Palms in the rainforests of Peruvian Amazonia: uses and distribution.

5. Ruokolainen, Kalle. 1995. Floristic and environmental variation in the rain forests of Peruvian Amazonia.

4. Tuomisto, Hanna. 1994. Ecological variation in the rain forests of Peruvian Amazonia: integrating fern distribution patterns with satellite imagery.

3. Kalliola, Risto. 1992. Abiotic control of the vegetation in Peruvian Amazon floodplains: environment change and pioneer species.

2. Räsänen, Matti. 1991. History of the fluvial and alluvial landscapes of the western Amazon Andean forelands.

1. Salo, Jukka. 1988. Rainforest diversification in the western Amazon basin: the role of river dynamics.

 
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