|Positive feedbacks in the fire dynamic of closed canopy tropical forests|
MA Cochrane, A Alencar, MD Schulze, CM Souza Jr, DC Nepstad, ...
Science 284 (5421), 1832-1835, 1999
|Fire as a Recurrent Event in Tropical Forests of the Eastern Amazon: Effects on Forest Structure, Biomass, and Species Composition1|
MA Cochrane, MD Schulze
Biotropica 31 (1), 2-16, 1999
|An estimate of the number of tropical tree species|
JWF Slik, V Arroyo-Rodríguez, SI Aiba, P Alvarez-Loayza, LF Alves, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (24), 7472-7477, 2015
|A Comparison of the Phyllostomid Bat Assemblages in Undisturbed Neotropical Forest and in Forest Fragments of a Slash‐and‐Burn Farming Mosaic in Petén, Guatemala 1|
MD Schulze, NE Seavy, DF Whitacre
Biotropica 32 (1), 174-184, 2000
|Spatial models reveal the microclimatic buffering capacity of old-growth forests|
SJK Frey, AS Hadley, SL Johnson, M Schulze, JA Jones, MG Betts
Science advances 2 (4), e1501392, 2016
|Forest fires in the Brazilian Amazon|
MA Cochrane, MD Schulze
Conservation Biology 12 (5), 948-950, 1998
|The contribution of insects to global forest deadwood decomposition|
S Seibold, W Rammer, T Hothorn, R Seidl, MD Ulyshen, J Lorz, ...
Nature 597 (7874), 77-81, 2021
|Climate seasonality limits leaf carbon assimilation and wood productivity in tropical forests|
FH Wagner, B Hérault, D Bonal, C Stahl, LO Anderson, TR Baker, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (8), 2537-2562, 2016
|How rare is too rare to harvest?: management challenges posed by timber species occurring at low densities in the Brazilian Amazon|
M Schulze, J Grogan, RM Landis, E Vidal
Forest ecology and management 256 (7), 1443-1457, 2008
|Phylogenetic classification of the world’s tropical forests|
JWF Slik, J Franklin, V Arroyo-Rodríguez, R Field, S Aguilar, N Aguirre, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (8), 1837-1842, 2018
|Fake legal logging in the Brazilian Amazon|
PHS Brancalion, DRA De Almeida, E Vidal, PG Molin, VE Sontag, ...
Science advances 4 (8), eaat1192, 2018
|Evaluating ipê (Tabebuia, Bignoniaceae) logging in Amazonia: sustainable management or catalyst for forest degradation?|
M Schulze, J Grogan, C Uhl, M Lentini, E Vidal
Biological Conservation 141 (8), 2071-2085, 2008
|Technical and financial analysis of enrichment planting in logging gaps as a potential component of forest management in the eastern Amazon|
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (3-4), 866-879, 2008
|Pan‐tropical prediction of forest structure from the largest trees|
JF Bastin, E Rutishauser, JR Kellner, S Saatchi, R Pélissier, B Hérault, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (11), 1366-1383, 2018
|What loggers leave behind: impacts on big-leaf mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) commercial populations and potential for post-logging recovery in the Brazilian Amazon|
J Grogan, SB Jennings, RM Landis, M Schulze, AMV Baima, JCA Lopes, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (2), 269-281, 2008
|A classification and ordination of the tree community of Tikal National Park, Petén, Guatemala|
MD Schulze, DF Whitacre
University of Florida, 1999
|Adaptation of a spatially explicit individual tree-based growth and yield model and long-term comparison between reduced-impact and conventional logging in eastern Amazonia, Brazil|
D Valle, P Phillips, E Vidal, M Schulze, J Grogan, M Sales, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 243 (2-3), 187-198, 2007
|Beyond reaping the first harvest: management objectives for timber production in the Brazilian Amazon|
DJ Zarin, MD Schulze, E Vidal, M Lentini
Conservation biology 21 (4), 916-925, 2007
|Canopy dynamics in unlogged and logged forest stands in the eastern Amazon|
M Schulze, J Zweede
Forest Ecology and Management 236 (1), 56-64, 2006
|The impact of annual and seasonal rainfall patterns on growth and phenology of emergent tree species in Southeastern Amazonia, Brazil|
J Grogan, M Schulze
Biotropica 44 (3), 331-340, 2012