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DIVERSITAS Publications in 2006

Arthington AH, Bunn SE, Poff NL and Naiman RJ. 2006. The challenge of providing environmental flow rules to sustain river ecosystems. Ecological Applications. 16(4):1311-1318

Bawa KS. 2006. Globally dispersed local challenges in conservation biology. Conservation Biology. 20(3):696-699

Cuevas JG, Soto D, Arismendi I, Pino M, Lara A and Oyarzun C. 2006. Relating land cover to stream properties in southern Chilean watersheds: trade-off between geographic scale, sample size, and explicative power. Biogeochemistry. 81(3):319-329

Djohglaf A, Blondel J, Galey BP, Lévêque C, Selmi A, Sourd C and Stefanini L. 2006. Tables rondes et débats: 2010 aura-t-il lieu ? Prospective de la biodiversité à 15 ans. IFB 4e Journées de l’Institut Français de la Biodiversité Paris.

Dudgeon D, Arthington AH, Gessner MO, Kawabata ZI, Knowler DJ, Leveque C, Naiman RJ, Prieur-Richard AH, Soto D, Stiassny MLJ and Sullivan CA. 2006. Freshwater biodiversity: importance, threats, status and conservation challenges. Biological Reviews. 81(2):163-182

Faith DP and Baker A. 2006. Phylogenetic diversity (PD) and biodiversity conservation: some bioinformatics challenges. Evolutionary Bioinformatics Online. 2:70-77

Hartemink AE. 2006. Invasion of Piper Aduncum in the Shifting cultivation system of Papua New Guinea. ISRIC – World Soil Information. the Netherlands. 249p.

Hewitt CL, Campbell ML and Gollasch S. 2006. Alien species in aquiculture. considerations for responsible use. IUCN - The World Conservation Union. Gland, Switzerland & Cambridge, UK 32p.

Korner C, Nakhutsrishvili G and Spehn E. 2006. High-elevation land use, biodiversity, and ecosystem functioning. In: Spehn EM, Liberman M and Körner C (Eds). Land Use Change and Mountain Biodiversity. Crc Press-Taylor & Francis Group. 3-21

Mace G. 2006. Assessment of Trends Executive Summary of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Workshop. London, UK.

Martinelli LA, Howarth RW, Cuevas E, Filoso S, Austin AT, Donoso L, Huszar V, Keeney D, Lara LL, Llerena C, McIssac G, Medina E, Ortiz-Zayas J, Scavia D, Schindler DW, Soto D and Townsend A. 2006. Sources of reactive nitrogen affecting ecosystems in Latin America and the Caribbean: current trends and future perspectives. Biogeochemistry. 79(1-2):3-24

Millier C, Barbault R, Abbadie L, Babin D, Bourg D, Jacquet T, Loury N and Prieur-Richard AH. 2006. Tables Rondes et Debats :  Enjeux à 15 ans de la recherche et de l’expertise en biodiversité. Ingénieries écologiques et métiers du futur  4e Journées de l’Institut Français de la Biodiversité. IFB - 4e Journées de l’Institut Français de la Biodiversité Paris.

Murphy ST and Cheesman OD. 2006. The Aid Trade - International Assistance Programs as Pathways for the Introduction of Invasive Alien Species. Environment Department Papers, The World Bank. 109.

Naiman RJ, Prieur-Richard A-H, Arthington A, Dudgeon D, Gessner MO, Kawabata Z, Knowler D, O'Keeffe J, Lévêque C, Soto D, Stiassny M and Sullivan C. 2006. freshwaterBIODIVERSITY: Challenges for freshwater biodiversity research. DIVERSITAS. DIVERSITAS Report N°5, freshwaterBIODIVERSITY Science Plan and Implementation Strategy. 48p.

Perrings C, Jackson L, Bawa K, Brussaard L, Brush S, Gavin T, Papa R, Pascual U and De Ruiter P. 2006. Biodiversity in agricultural landscapes: Saving natural capital without losing interest. Conservation Biology. 20(2):263-264

Soto D, Arismendi I, Gonzalez J, Guzman E, Sanzana J, Jara F and Jara C. 2006. Southern Chile, trout and salmon country: conditions for invasion success and challenges for biodiversity conservation. Rev. Chil. Hist. Nat. 79(97-117)

Spehn EM, Libermann M and Körner C. 2006. Land use change and mountain biodiversity. GMBA Scientific Publications.

Spehn E, Liberman M and Körner C. 2006. Land-use Effects on Mountain Biodiversity. In: (Eds). CRC Press.

Van Noordwijk M, Pfund J-L, Bakarr M, Jackson L, Schroth G, Hairiah K and Joshi L. 2006. Agro-biodiversity and CGIAR tree and forest science: approaches and examples from Sumatra. World Agroforestry Centre ICRAF Southeast Asia. Working Paper Number 17. Bogor, Indonesia. 20p.

Young TR. 2006. National and Regional Legislation for promotion and Support to the Prevention, Control, and Eradication of Invasive Species. Environment Papers, The World Bank. 108.

DIVERSITAS Endorsed Projects Publications in 2006

Boxshall G. 2006. European Distributed Institute of Taxonomy (EDIT) – a new Network of Excellence. MarBEF Newsletter.

Castro-Esau KL, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA and Rivard B. 2006. Comparison of spectral indices obtained using multiple spectroradiometers. Remote Sensing of Environment. 103(3):276-288

Castro-Esau KL, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Rivard B, Wright SJ and Quesada M. 2006. Variability in leaf optical properties of Mesoamerican trees and the potential for species classification. American Journal of Botany. 93(4):517-530

Di Falco S and Perrings C. 2006. Cooperatives, wheat diversity and crop productivity in southern Italy. In: Smale M (Eds). Valuing Crop Biodiversity: On-Farm Genetic Resources and Economic Change. CABI Publishing. 270-279

Diaz S, Fargione J, Chapin FS and Tilman D. 2006. Biodiversity loss threatens human well-being. PLoS Biology. 4(8):1300-1305

Diaz S. 2006. Biodiversity and ecosystem services. In: Duffy JE (Eds). Encyclopedia of Earth. Cutler J. Cleveland, Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment.

Dietz H, Kueffer C and Parks CG. 2006. MIREN: A new research network concerned with plant invasion into mountain areas. Mountain Research and Development. 26(1):80-81

Erschbamer B, Mallaun M and Unterluggauer P. 2006. Plant diversity along altitudinal gradients in the Southern and Central Alps of South Tyrol and Trentino (Italy). Gredleriana. 6(47-68

Foley S, Rivard B, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA and Calvo J. 2006. Foliar spectral properties following leaf clipping and implications for handling techniques. Remote Sensing of Environment. 103(3):265-275

Huelber K, Gottfried M, Pauli H, Reiter K, Winkler M and Grabherr G. 2006. Phenological responses of snowbed species to snow removal dates in the Central Alps: Implications for climate warming. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research. 38(1):99-103

Kasulo V and Perrings C. 2006. Fishing down the value chain: Biodiversity and access regimes in freshwater fisheries the case of Malawi. Ecological Economics. 59(1):106-114

Loreau M, Oteng-Yeboah A, Arroyo MTK, Babin D, Barbault R, Donoghue M, Gadgil M, Hauser C, Heip C, Larigauderie A, Ma K, Mace G, Mooney HA, Perrings C, Raven P, Sarukhan J, Schei P, Scholes RJ and Watson RT. 2006. Diversity without representation. Nature. 442(7100):245-246

Mark AF, Dickinson KJM, Maegli T and Halloy SRP. 2006. Two GLORIA long-term alpine monitoring sites established in New Zealand as part of a global network. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 36(3):111-128

Morisette JT, Baret F, Privette JL, Myneni RB, Nickeson JE, Garrigues S, Shabanov NV, Weiss M, Fernandes RA, Leblanc SG, Kalacska M, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Chubey M, Rivard B, Stenberg P, Rautiainen M, Voipio P, Manninen T, Pilant AN, Lewis TE, Iiames JS, Colombo R, Meroni M, Busetto L, Cohen WB, Turner DP, Warner ED, Petersen GW, Seufert G and Cook R. 2006. Validation of global moderate-resolution LAI products: A framework proposed within the CEOS Land Product Validation subgroup. Ieee Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 44(7):1804-1817

Perrings C. 2006. Ecological economics after the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics. 6(8-22

Perrings C. 2006. Resilience and sustainable development. Environment and Development Economics. 11(4):417-427

Perrings C, Jackson L, Bawa K, Brussaard L, Brush S, Gavin T, Papa R, Pascual U and De Ruiter P. 2006. Conservation Biology. 20(2):263–264

Perrings C. 2006. Environment, poverty and development. In: Boyce JK, Cullenberg S, Pattanaik PK and Pollin R (Eds). Human Development in the Era of Globalization. Essays in Honor of Keith B. Griffin. Edward Elgar. 199-210

Powers JS. 2006. Spatial variation of soil organic carbon concentrations and stable isotopic composition in 1-ha plots of forest and pasture in Costa Rica: implications for the natural abundance technique. BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS. 42(6):580-584

Sanchez-Azofeifa GA and Castro-Esau K. 2006. Canopy observations on the hyperspectral properties of a community of tropical dry forest lianas and their host trees. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 27(9-10):2101-2109

Stanisci A, Pelino G and Guisan A. 2006. Cambiamenti climatici ed effetti sulla flora d’alta quota nel Parco nazionale della Majella. Documenti tecnico-scientifici del Parco Nazionale della Majella.

Walker BH, Anderies JM, Kinzig AP and Ryan P. 2006. Exploring resilience in social-ecological systems through comparative studies and theory development. Ecology and Society. 11(1):5

Watzold F, Drechsler M, Armstrong CW, Baumgärtner S, Grimm V, Huth A, Perrings C, Possingham HP, Shogren JF, Skonhoft A, Verboom-Vasiljev J and Wissel C. 2006. Ecological-Economic Modeling for Biodiversity Management: Potential, Pitfalls, and Prospects. Conservation Biology. 20(4):1034-1041

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DIVERSITAS Publications in 2005

Balmford A, Bennun L, ten Brink B, Cooper D, Cote IM, Crane P, Dobson A, Dudley N, Dutton I, Green RE, Gregory RD, Harrison J, Kennedy ET, Kremen C, Leader-Williams N, Lovejoy TE, Mace G, May R, Mayaux P, Morling P, Phillips J, Redford K, Ricketts TH, Rodriguez JP, Sanjayan M, Schei PJ, van Jaarsveld AS and Walther BA. 2005. The convention on biological diversity's 2010 target. Science. 307(5707):212-213

Bardgett RD, Bowman WD, Kaufmann R and Schmidt SK. 2005. A temporal approach to linking aboveground and belowground ecology. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 20(11):634-641

Bulte E, Hector A and Larigauderie A. 2005. ecoSERVICES: Assessing the impacts of biodiversity changes on ecosystem functioning and services. DIVERSITAS. DIVERSITAS Report N°3, ecoSERVICES Science Plan and Implementation Strategy. 40p.

Christiaans T, Eichner T and Pethig R. 2005. A Micro-level ‘consumer approach’ to species population dynamics. CESIFO Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute for Economic Research. Working Paper No. 1530. 42p.

Dang CK, Chauvet E and Gessner MO. 2005. Magnitude and variability of process rates in fungal diversity-litter decomposition relationships. Ecology Letters. 8(11):1129-1137

Davis MA, Pergl J, Truscott AM, Kollmann J, Bakker JP, Domenech R, Prach K, Prieur-Richard AH, Veeneklaas RM, Pysek P, del Moral R, Hobbs RJ, Collins SL, Pickett STA and Reich PB. 2005. Vegetation change: a reunifying concept in plant ecology. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 7(1):69-76

De Los Rios P and Soto D. 2005. Survival of two species of crustacean zooplankton under two chlorophyll concentrations and protection from or exposure to natural ultraviolet radiation. Crustaceana (Leiden). 78(2):163-169

Dirzo R and Loreau M. 2005. Biodiversity science evolves. Science. 310(5750):943-943

DIWPA. 2005. The 2nd Workshop on Synergy between Carbon Management and Biodiversity Conservation in Tropical Rain Forests. In: Lee YF, Chung AYC and Kitayama K (Eds.).

Faith DP and Williams KJ. 2005. Phylogenetic diversity and biodiversity conservation. In: (Eds). McGraw-Hill 2005 Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw Hill 233-235

Finnoff D and Tschirhart J. 2005. Using Oligopoly Theory to Examine Individual Plan versus Community Optimization and Evolutionary Stable Objectives. Program of Research on the Economics of Invasive Species Management (PREISM). 29p.

Fischer M, Stöcklin J, Weyand A and Maurer K. 2004. Cultural and biological diversity of grasslands in the Swiss Alps. Grassland Science in Europe. 9(293-295)

GISP. 2005. Main information from GISP website.

Gutierrez AT and Reaser JK. 2005. Linkages between Development Assistance and Invasive Alien Species in Freshwater Systems in South East Asia. USAID Asia and Near East Bureau. Washington, DC.

Hendry AP. 2005. Evolutionary biology: The power of natural selection. Nature. 433(7027):694-695

Holt A. 2005 (dec). Following up the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment British Ecological Society Bulletin.

Hooper DU, Chapin FS, Ewel JJ, Hector A, Inchausti P, Lavorel S, Lawton JH, Lodge DM, Loreau M, Naeem S, Schmid B, Setala H, Symstad AJ, Vandermeer J and Wardle DA. 2005. Effects of biodiversity on ecosystem functioning: A consensus of current knowledge. Ecological Monographs. 75(1):3-35

Huber UM, Bugmann HKM and Reasoner MA. 2005. Global Change and Mountain Regions: An Overview of Current Knowledge. Springer. 650 p.

Jackson L, Bawa K, Pascual U and Perrings C. 2005. agroBIODIVERSITY: A new science agenda for biodiversity in support of sustainable agroecosystems. DIVERSITAS. DIVERSITAS Report N°4, agroBIODIVERSITY Science Plan and Implementation Strategy. 40p.

Körner C, Ohsawa M and et al. 2005. Millennium Ecosystem Assessment: Chapter on Mountain Ecosystems. Current State and Trends: Findings of the Condition and Trends Working Group. Island Press, Washington DC. 1

Körner C, Ohsawa M, Spehn E, Berge E, Bugmann H, Groombridge B, Hamilton L, Hofer T, Ives J, Jodha N, Messerli B, Pratt J, Price M, Reasoner MR, A., Thonell J, Yoshino M, Baron J, Barry R, Blais J, Bradley R, Hofstede R, Kapos V, Leavitt P, Monson R, Nagy L, Schindler DW, Vinebrooke R, Watanabe T, Fitzharris B and Shrestha K. 2005. Mountain Systems: Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Chapter 24.

Körner C and Ohsawa M. 2005. Mountain Systems. In: Hassan R, Scholes R and Ash N (Eds). Ecosystems and human well-beeing: current state and trends. Island Press. 681-716

Lara A, Urrutia R, Villalba R, Luckman BH, Soto D, Aravena JC, Mc Phee J, Wolodarsky-Franke A, Pezoa L and León J. 2005. The Potential of tree-rings for streamflow and estuary salinity reconstruction in the Valdivian Rainforest Eco-region, Chile. Dendrochronologia. 22(155-161)

Matthews S. 2005. South America Invaded. The Global Invasive Species Programme - GISP. 80p.

McGarry D, Shackelton CM, Gambiza J, Shackelton SE and Fabricius CF. 2005. A rapid assessment of the effects of invasive species on Human livelihoods, especially of the rural poor. Department of Environmental Science. Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. 54p.

Neville LE, Schei PJ, Waage JK, Mooney HA, Mack RN and McNeely JA. 2005. Invasive alien species. A new synthesis. GISP. 368p.

Perrings C. 2005. The socioeconomic links between invasive alien species and poverty Global Invasive Species Program.

Polasky S, Nelson E, Lonsdorf E, Fackler P and Starfield A. 2005. Conserving species in a working landscape: Land use with biological and economic objectives. Ecological Applications. 15(4):1387-1401

Raffaelli D and Holt A. 2005. The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning. British Ecological Society Bulletin.

Rodriguez JP, Good T and Dirzo R. 2005. Diversitas and the challenge of Latin American biodiversity conservation. Interciencia. 30(8):450-450

Scholes RJ and Biggs R. 2005. A biodiversity intactness index. Nature. 434(7029):45-49

Spehn EM. 2005. Biodiversity and functioning of selected terrestrial ecosystems: Alpine and Artic ecosystems.  . In: (Eds). Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. Eolss Publishers.

Spehn E. 2005. High diversity in Europe’s mountains. In: (Eds). Diversity and Distributions. Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 591-593

Sullivan CA, Vörösmarty CJ, Craswell E, Bunn S, Cline S, Heidecke C, Storeygard A, Proussevitch A, Douglas E, Bossio D, Günther D, Giacomello AM, O'Regan D and Meigh J. 2005. Mapping the Links between Water, Poverty and Food Security. Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. Wallingford, UK. 58p.

UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA. 2005. Draft Global Outcome-Oriented Targets for the Programme of Work on Mountain Biological Diversity Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice UNEP/CBD/SBSTTA/11/10. Montreal, Canada.

DIVERSITAS Endorsed Projects Publications in 2005

Arevalo JR, Delgado JD, Otto R, Naranjo A, Salas M and Fernandez-Palacios JM. 2005. Distribution of alien vs. native plant species in roadside communities along an altitudinal gradient in Tenerife and Gran Canaria (Canary Islands). Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 7(3):185-202

Arroyo-Mora JP, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Kalacska MER, Rivard B, Calvo-Alvarado JC and Janzen DH. 2005. Secondary forest detection in a neotropical dry forest landscape using Landsat 7 ETM+ and IKONOS imagery. Biotropica. 37(4):497-507

Arroyo-Mora JP, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Rivard B, Calvo JC and Janzen DH. 2005. Dynamics in landscape structure and composition for the Chorotega region, Costa Rica from 1960 to 2000. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment. 106(1):27-39

Bayfield N, Brooker R and Turner L. 2005. Some lessons from the ECN, GLORIA and SCANNET networks for international environmental monitoring. Mountains of Europe: Conservation, Management, People and Nature. 213-222

Becker T, Dietz H, Billeter R, Buschmann H and Edwards PJ. 2005. Altitudinal distribution of alien plant species in the Swiss Alps. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 7(3):173-183

Cavieres LA, Quiroz CL, Molina-Montenegro MA, Munoz AA and Pauchard A. 2005. Nurse effect of the native cushion plant Azorella monantha on the invasive non-native Taraxacum officinale in the high-Andes of central Chile. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 7(3):217-226

Daehler CC. 2005. Upper-montane plant invasions in the Hawaiian Islands: Patterns and opportunities. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 7(3):203-216

Dietz H. 2005. A mountain invasions special issue. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 7(3):135-136

Fajardo L, Gonzalez V, Nassar JM, Lacabana P, Portillo CA, Carrasquel F and Rodriguez JP. 2005. Tropical dry forests of Venezuela: Characterization and current conservation status. Biotropica. 37(4):531-546

Gamon JA, Kitajima K, Mulkey SS, Serrano L and Wright SJ. 2005. Diverse optical and photosynthetic properties in a neotropical dry forest during the dry season: Implications for remote estimation of photosynthesis. Biotropica. 37(4):547-560

Gradstein FM, Ogg JG and Smith AG. 2005. A Geologic Time Scale 2004. 610p.

Huelber K, Ertl S, Gottfried M, Reiter K and Grabherr G. 2005. Gourmets or gourmands? Diet selection by large ungulates in high-alpine plant communities and possible impacts on plant propagation. BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY. 6(1-10

Kalacska M, Calvo-Alvarado JC and Sanchez-Azofeifa GA. 2005. Calibration and assessment of seasonal changes in leaf area index of a tropical dry forest in different stages of succession. Tree Physiology. 25(6):733-744

Kalacska M, Sanchez-Azofeifa A, Caelli T, Rivard B and Boerlage B. 2005. Estimating leaf area index from satellite imagery using Bayesian networks. Ieee Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 1866-1873

Kalacska MER, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Calvo-Alvarado JC, Rivard B and Quesada M. 2005. Effects of season and successional stage on leaf area index and spectral vegetation indices in three mesoamerican tropical dry forests. Biotropica. 37(4):486-496

Kanka R, Kollár J and Barancok P. 2005. Monitoring of climatic change impacts on alpine vegetation in the Tatry Mts First Aproach. Ekológia. 24(4):411-418

Lawrence D. 2005. Regional-scale variation in litter production and seasonality in tropical dry forests of southern Mexico. Biotropica. 37(4):561-570

McDougall KL, Morgan JW, Walsh NG and Williams RJ. 2005. Plant invasions in treeless vegetation of the Australian Alps. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 7(3):159-171

Parks CG, Radosevich SR, Endress BA, Naylor BJ, Anzinger D, Rew LJ, Maxwell BD and Dwire KA. 2005. Natural and land-use history of the Northwest mountain ecoregions (USA) in relation to patterns of plant invasions. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 7(3):137-158

Pauli H, Gottfried M, Hohenwallner D, Reiter K and Grabherr G. 2005. Ecological Climate Impact Research in High Mountain Environments: GLORIA (Global Observation Reserach Initiative in Alpine Environments) - its Roots, Purpose and Long-term Perspectives. In: Huber U, Bugmann H and Reasoner M (Eds). Global Change and Mountain Regions. Springer. 383–391

Rossi G and Parolo G. 2005. Gli effetti dei cambiamenti climatici sulle specie vascolari degli ambienti di alta quota: I casi-studio delle Alpi Retiche e dell' Appennino settentrionale. Informatore Botanico Italiano. 37(238-239

Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Kalacska M, Quesada M, Calvo-Alvarado JC, Nassar JM and Rodriguez JP. 2005. Need for integrated research for a sustainable future in tropical dry forests. Conservation Biology. 19(2):285-286

Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Quesada M, Rodriguez JP, Nassar JM, Stoner KE, Castillo A, Garvin T, Zent EL, Calvo-Alvarado JC, Kalacska MER, Fajardo L, Gamon JA and Cuevas-Reyes P. 2005. Research priorities for neotropical dry forests. Biotropica. 37(4):477-485

Stanisci A, Pelino G and Blasi C. 2005. Vascular plant diversity and climate change in the alpine belt of the central Apennines (Italy). Biodiversity and Conservation. 14(6):1301-1318

Stoner KE. 2005. Phyllostomid bat community structure and abundance in two contrasting tropical dry forests. Biotropica. 37(4):591-599

Van Laake PE and Sanchez-Azofeifa GA. 2005. Mapping PAR using MODIS atmosphere products. Remote Sensing of Environment. 94(4):554-563

Wheeler QD and Valdecasas AG. 2005. Ten Challenges to Transfrom Taxonomy Graellsia. 61(2):151-160

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DIVERSITAS Publications in 2004

AGFF. 2004. Land Use Systems in Grassland Dominated Regions. Proceedings of the 20th General Meeting of the European Grassland Federation. Luzern, Switzerland. 1233p.

Alcamo J, Grassl H, Hoff H, Kabat P, Lansigan F, Lawford R, Lettenmaier D, Leveque C, Meybeck M, Naiman R, Pahl-Wostl C and Vörösmarty C. 2004. The Global Water System Project: Science Framework and Implementation Activities. ESSP.

CAB International. 2004. Prevention and Management of Invasive Alien Species: Forging Cooperation throughout West Africa - Proceedings of a Regional Workshop. The Global Invasive Species Programme (GISP). Accra, Ghana. 111p.

Cardinale BJ, Ives AR and Inchausti P. 2004. Effects of species diversity on the primary productivity of ecosystems: extending our spatial and temporal scales of inference. Oikos. 104(3):437-450

Gessner MO, Inchausti P, Persson L, Raffaelli DG and Giller PS. 2004. Biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning: insights from aquatic systems. Oikos. 104(3):419-422

Giller PS, Hillebrand H, Berninger UG, Gessner MO, Hawkins S, Inchausti P, Inglis C, Leslie H, Malmqvist B, Monaghan MT, Morin PJ and O'Mullan G. 2004. Biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning: emerging issues and their experimental test in aquatic environments. Oikos. 104(3):423-436

Hilliard R. 2004. Best practice for the management of introduced marine pests: a Review. Prepared for GISP by URS Australia Pty. Ltd. 173p.

Hiltbrunner E and Körner C. 2004. Sheep grazing in the high alpine under global change. In: Lúscher A, Jeangros B, Kessler W, Huguenin O, Lobsiger M, Millar N and Suter D (Eds). GRASSLAND SCIENCE IN EUROPE. 305-307

International C. 2004. Prevention and Management of Alien Invasive Species: Forging Cooperation throughout West Africa. CAB International. Accra, Ghana. 111p.

Körner C. 2004. Mountain biodiversity, its causes and function. Ambio. 13(Special Report):11-17

Körner C, Spehn EM and Nakhutsrishvili G. 2004. Grazing the highlands: food, biodiversity and catchment implications. In: Lúscher A, Jeangros B, Kessler W, Huguenin O, Lobsiger M, Millar N and Suter D (Eds). GRASSLAND SCIENCE IN EUROPE.

Larigauderie A, Scholes B and Jürgens N. 2004. DIVERSITAS – GTOS Workshop Towards a global biodiversity observation system – a short report. In: Beck E, Berendsohn W, Boutros M, Denich M, Henle K, Jürgens N, Kirk M and Wolters V (Eds). Sustainable use and conservation of biological diversity - A challenge for society. PT-DLR Environmental Research and Technology.

Lavorel S, Quétier F, Gaucherand S, Choler P, Clément G and Bornard A. 2004. Past and present land use effects on subalpine grassland species and functional diversity. In: (Eds). GRASSLAND SCIENCE IN EUROPE. 287-289

Matthews S and Brand K. 2004. Africa invaded: the growing danger of invasive alien species. The Global Invasive Species Programme. 80p.

Matthews S. 2004. Tropical Asia invaded: the growing danger of invasive alien species. The Global Invasive Species Programme. 65p.

Morin PJ and McGrady-Steed J. 2004. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in aquatic microbial systems: a new analysis of temporal variation and species richness-predictability relations. Oikos. 104(3):458-466

Müller P, Güsewell S and Edwards PJ. 2004. Impact of soil conditions and agricultural use on the plant species diversity of Alpine pastures. In: Lúscher A, Jeangros B, Kessler W, Huguenin O, Lobsiger M, Millar N and Suter D (Eds). GRASSLAND SCIENCE IN EUROPE. 281-283

National Botanical Institute and the Global Invasive Species Programme. 2004. Invasive Alien Species: A Challenge to NEPAD: Africans Working Together to Protect Life and Livelihoods. 12p.

Petchey OL, Downing AL, Mittelbach GG, Persson L, Steiner CF, Warren PH and Woodward G. 2004. Species loss and the structure and functioning of multitrophic aquatic systems. Oikos. 104(3):467-478

Raffaelli D, Polasky S, Holt A and Larigauderie A. 2004. bioSUSTAINABILITY: Developing the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. DIVERSITAS. DIVERSITAS Report N°2, bioSUSTAINABILITY Science Plan and Implementation Strategy. 32p.

Sankaran KV. 2004. Giant African Snail. APFISN - Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network. 2p.

Schroter D, Brussaard L, De Deyn G, Poveda K, Brown VK, Berg MP, Wardle DA, Moore J and Wall DH. 2004. Trophic interactions in a changing world: modelling aboveground-belowground interactions. BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY. 5(6):515-528

Sebastià MT, Mola B, Arenas JM and Casals P. 2004. Biomass responses of subalpine grasslands in the Pyrenees under warming conditions. In: (Eds). GRASSLAND SCIENCE IN EUROPE. 290-292

Statzner B and Moss B. 2004. Linking ecological function, biodiversity and habitat: a mini-review focusing on older ecological literature. BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY. 5(2):97-106

Vinebrooke RD, Cottingham KL, Norberg J, Scheffer M, Dodson SI, Maberly SC and Sommer U. 2004. Impacts of multiple stressors on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: the role of species co-tolerance. Oikos. 104(3):451-457

Vörösmarty C, Lettenmaier D, Leveque C, Meybeck MP-W, C., Alcamo J, Cosgrove W, Grassl H, Hoff H, Kabat P, Lansigan F, Lawford R and Naiman R. 2004. Humans Transforming the Global Water System. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union. 85(48):509-520

DIVERSITAS Endorsed Projects Publications in 2004

2004. The GLORIA Field Manual - Multi-Summit approach (4th version). European Commission.

Castro-Esau KL, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA and Caelli T. 2004. Discrimination of lianas and trees with leaf-level hyperspectral data. Remote Sensing of Environment. 90(3):353-372

Coldea G and Pop A. 2004. Floristic diversity in relation to geomorphological and climatic factors in the subalpine-alpine belt of the Rodna Mountains (the Romanian Carpathians). Pirineos. 158- 159(61-72

Hoschitz M and Kaufmann R. 2004. Soil nematode communities of Alpine summits-site differentiation and microclimatic influences. PEDOBIOLOGIA. 48(4):313-320

Kalacska M, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Calvo-Alvarado JC, Quesada M, Rivard B and Janzen DH. 2004. Species composition, similarity and diversity in three successional stages of a seasonally dry tropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 200(1-3):227-247

Kalacska M, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Rivard B and Calvo-Alvarado JC. 2004. Estimation of transition function parameters to evaluate the sensitivity of vegetation indices to leaf area index in a tropical moist forest. In: (Eds). 2003 Ieee Workshop on Advances in Techniques for Analysis of Remotely Sensed Data. Ieee. 173-174

Kalacska M, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Rivard B, Calvo-Alvarado JC, Journet ARP, Arroyo-Mora JP and Ortiz-ortiz D. 2004. Leaf area index measurements in a tropical moist forest: A case study from Costa Rica. Remote Sensing of Environment. 91(2):134-152

Kerr S, Pfaff A, Lipper L, Cavatassi R, Davis B, Hendy J and Sanchez-Azofeifa GA. 2004. Will buying tropical forest carbon benefit the poor? Evidence from Costa Rica. Agricultural and Development Economics Division The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Marra PP, Griffing S, Caffrey C, Kilpatrick AM, McLean R, Brand C, Saito E, Dupuis AP, Kramer L and Novak R. 2004. West Nile virus and wildlife. Bioscience. 54(5):393-402

Pfaff ASP and Sanchez-Azofeifa GA. 2004. Deforestation pressure and biological reserve planning: a conceptual approach and an illustrative application for Costa Rica. Resource and Energy Economics. 26(2):237-254

Quesada M and Stoner KE. 2004. Threats to the Conservation of Tropical Dry Forest in Costa Rica. In: Frankie G (Eds). Biodiversity Conservation in Costa Rica: Learning the Lessons in a Seasonal Dry Forest.

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DIVERSITAS Publications in 2003

Allison A. 2003. Biological surveys - new perspectives in the Pacific. Organisms Diversity & Evolution. 3(2):103-110

IOCREP. 2003. Regional Workshop on Invasive Alien Species and Terrestrial Ecosystem Rehabilitation for Western Indian Ocean Island states – Sharing Experience, Identifying Priorities and Defining Joint Action. Indian Ocean Commission Regional Environment Programme. Berjaya Mahé Beach Hotel, Seychelles. 207p.

Jumeau R and Minister for Environment the Seychelles. 2003. Proceedings of the Regional Workshop on Invasive Alien Species and Terrestrial Ecosystem Rehabilitation for Western Indian Ocean Island states. Sharing Experience, Identifying Priorities and Defining Joint Action, Seychelles 13 - 17th October 2003. Regional Workshop in the South-West Indian Ocean Islands. 207p.

Larigauderie A and Prieur-Richard A-H. 2003. DIVERSITAS: an international framework for biodiversity research. In: Matouch and Sauberer N (Eds). International Conference on "Predicting biodiversity in European landscapes: mapping, patterns, indicators, monitoring". 99-103

Laszlo N, Grabherr G, Körner C and hompson DBAT. 2003. Alpine Biodiversity in Europe (Ecological Studies). Springer. 508p.

Macdonald IAW, Reaser JK, Bright C, Neville LE, Howard GW, Murphy SJ and Preston G. 2003. Invasive Alien Species in Southern Africa: National Reports & Directory of Resources. The Global Invasive Species Programme. Cape Town, South Africa. 125p.

Nagy L, Thomson D, Grabher G and Körner C. 2003. Alpine Biodiversity in Europe: an introduction. Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Petersborough. 16p.

Pallewatta N, Reaser JK and Gutierrez AT. 2003. Invasive Alien Species in South-Southeast Asia: National Reports & Directory of Resources. The Global Invasive Species Programme (GISP). Cape Town, South Africa. 111p.

Parr TW, Sier ARJ, Battarbee RW, Mackay A and Burgess J. 2003. Detecting environmental change: science and society--perspectives on long-term research and monitoring in the 21st century. The Science of The Total Environment. 310(1-3):1-8

Spehn E. 2003. Mountain Biodiversity and Sustainable Land Use. 23(2):196

DIVERSITAS Endorsed Projects Publications in 2003

Castro KL, Sanchez-Azofeifa GA and Rivard B. 2003. Monitoring secondary tropical forests using space-borne data: implications for Central America. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 24(9):1853-1894

Erschbamer B, Mallaun M and Unterluggauer P. 2003. Die Dolomiten – hot spots der Artenvielfalt. Gredleriana. 3(361-376

Pauli H, Gottfried M, Hohenwallner D, Reiter K and Grabherr G. 2003. Manual para el trabajo de campo del Proyecto GLORIA - Aproximación al estudio de las cimas (primera versión en enpañol, a partir de la versión en inglés: The GLORIA field manual - Multi-Summit approach, 2004; traducción: L. VILLAR). 67p.

Rossi G, Parolo G and Dellavedova R. 2003. Gli organismi vegetali come bioindicatori dei cambiamenti climatici: il progetto GLORIA. Atti del convegno "Acque a Cremona" - Museo civico di Storia Naturale di Cremona.

Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Castro KL, Rivard B, Kalascka MR and Harriss RC. 2003. Remote sensing research priorities in tropical dry forest environments. Biotropica. 35(2):134-142

Sanchez-Azofeifa GA, Daily GC, Pfaff ASP and Busch C. 2003. Integrity and isolation of Costa Rica's national parks and biological reserves: examining the dynamics of land-cover change. Biological Conservation. 109(1):123-135

Sánchez-Azofeifa GA, Kalacska M, Quesada M, Stoner K and Lobo J. 2003. Tropical Dry Climates. In: Schwartz MD (Eds). Phenology: An integrative Environmental Science. 121-137

Villar L and Benito Alonso JL. 2003. La flora alpina de europa Y el cambio climático: El caso del pirineo central (PROYECTO GLORIA-EUROPE). In: (Eds.). VII Congreso Nacional de la Asociación Española de Ecología Terrestre. Edita AEET

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DIVERSITAS Publications in 2002

2002. Mountain Biodiversity: A Global Assessment. CRC Press. 350 p.

2002. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: synthesis and perspectives. Oxford University Press. 312p.

Alcamo J and Henrichs T. 2002. Critical regions: A model-based estimation of world water resources sensitive to global changes. Aquatic Sciences. 64(4):352-362

Baskin Y. 2002. A plague of rats and rubbervines: the growing threat of species invasions. In: (Eds). A plague of rats and rubbervines: the growing threat of species invasions. Island Press. i-viii, 1-377

D'Antonio CM and Kark S. 2002. Impacts and extent of biotic invasions in terrestrial ecosystems. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 17(5):202-204

Fujita N, Timoshkin OA, Urabe J and Wada E. 2002. New scope on sustainable watersheds in East Asia: Proceedings of the International Workshop, 14-17 October 1999, Kyoto, Japan. Novosibirsk Univ Press.

ICSU, DIVERSITAS and IBOY. 2002. Biodiversity, Science and Sustainable Development. ICSU Series on Science for Development No. 10. 10.

ICSU, WCRP, IGBP and GECAFS. 2002. Global Environmental Change and Food Provision: A New Role for Science. Paper prepared for the WSSD Johannesburg Series on Science for Sustainable Development No. 7. 7.

IUCN. 2002. The Eradication of Invasive Species: Proceedings of the International Conference on Eradication of Island Invasives. IUCN. 422p.

Körner C. 2002. Mountain biodiversity: its causes and function. In: Körner C and Spehn EM (Eds). Mountain Biodiversity: a global assessment. Parthenon.

Larigauderie A and Loreau M. 2002. DIVERSITAS Science Plan. DIVERSITAS Report No.1. Paris, France.

Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P. 2002. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: synthesis and perspectives. Oxford University Press. 312p.

    • Naeem S, Loreau M and Inchausti P. 2002. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: the emergence of a synthetic ecological framework. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 3-11
    • Mooney H. 2002. The debate on the role of biodiversity in ecosystem functioning. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 12-17
    • Tilman D, Knops J, Wedin D and Reich PB. 2002. Plant diversity and composition: effects on productivity and nutrient dynamics of experimental grasslands. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 21-35
    • Hector A, Loreau M, Schmid B and project atB. 2002. Biodiversity manipulation experiments: studies replicated at multiple sites. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 36-46
    • Huston MA and McBride AC. 2002. Evaluating the relative strengths of biotic versus abiotic controls on ecosystem processes. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 47-60
    • Schmid B, Hector A, Huston MA, Inchausti P, Nijs I, Leadley P and Tilman D. 2002. The design and analysis of biodiversity experiments. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 61-75
    • Loreau M, Downing AL, Emmerson M, Gonzalez A, Hughes JM, Inchausti P, Joshi J, Norberg J and Sala O. 2002. A new look at the relationship between diversity and stability. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 79-91
    • Hughes JB, Ives AR and Norberg J. 2002. Do species interactions buffer environmental variation (in theory)? In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 92-101
    • de Ruiter PC, Griffiths B and Moore JC. 2002. Biodiversity and stability in soil ecosystems: patterns, processes and the effects of disturbance. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 102-113
    • Levine JM, Kennedy T and Naeem S. 2002. Neighbourhood scale effects of species diversity on biological invasions and their relationship to community patterns. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 114-124
    • Petchey O, Morin PJ, Hulot FD, Loreau M, McGrady-Steed J and Naeem S. 2002. Contributions of aquatic model systems to our understanding of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 127-138
    • Emmerson M and Huxham M. 2002. How can marine ecology contribute to the biodiversity-ecosystem functioning debate? In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 139-146
    • Raffaelli D, Van der Putten WH, Persson L, Wardle DA, Petchey O, Koricheva J, Van der Heijden M, Mikola J and Kennedy T. 2002. Multi-trophic dynamics and ecosystem processes. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 147-154
    • Wardle DA and Van der Putten WH. 2002. Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and above-ground-below-ground linkages. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 155-168
    • Mikola J, Bardgett RD and Hedlund K. 2002. Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and soil decomposer food webs. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 169-180
    • Van der Heijden M and Cornelissen JHC. 2002. The critical role of plant-microbe interactions on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: arbuscular mycorrhizal associations as an example. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 181-192
    • Hooper DU, Solan M, Symstad AJ, Diaz S, Gessner MO, Buchmann N, Degrange V, Grime P, Hulot FD, Mermillod-Blondin F, Roy J, Spehn E and van Peer L. 2002. Species diversity, functional diversity, and ecosystem functioning. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 195-208
    • Bengtsson J, Engelhardt K, Giller PS, Hobbie S, Lawrence D, Levine JM, Vila M and Wolters V. 2002. Slippin' and slidin' between the scales: the scaling components of biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relations. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 209-220
    • Vandermeer J, Lawrence D, Symstad AJ and Hobbie S. 2002. Effect of biodiversity on ecosystem functioning in managed ecosystems. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 221-233
    • Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P. 2002. Perspectives and challenges. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 237-242

 

Macdonald IAW, Reaser JK, Bright C, Neville LE, Howard GW, Murphy ST and Preston G. 2002. Prevention and Management of Invasive Alien Species Proceedings of a Workshop on Forging Cooperation throughout Southern Africa. The Global Invasive Species Programme (GISP). Lusaka, Zambia. 90p.

Mikola J, Bardgett RD and Hedlund K. 2002. Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and soil decomposer food webs. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 169-180

Nakashizuka T and Stork NE. 2002. Biodiversity Research Methods: IBOY in Western Pacific and Asia. Trans Pacific Press,Australia 216p.

Padulosi S, Hodgkin T, Williams JT and Haq N. 2002. Underutilized Crops: trends, challenges and opportunities in the 21st century. Managing plant genetic resources. In: Engels J, Rao VR and Jackson M (Eds). Underutilised crops: trends, challenges and opportunities in the 21st Century. CAB International. 323-338.

Pahl-Wostl C, Hoff H, Meybeck M and Sorooshian S. 2002. The role of global change research for aquatic sciences. Aquatic Sciences. 64(4):IV-VI

Pallewatta N, Reaser JK and Gutierrez AG. 2002. Prevention and Management of Invasive Alien Species: Proceedings of a Workshop on Forging Cooperation throughout South and Southeast Asia. The Global Invasive Species Programme (GISP). Bangkok, Thailand. 98p.

Pesce GL and Iliffe TM. 2002. New records of cave-dwelling mysids from the Bahamas and Mexico with description of Palaumysis bahamensis n. sp (Crustacea : Mysidacea). Journal of Natural History. 36(3):265-278

Science ICf and Organizations WFoE. 2002. Science and Technology as a Foundation for Sustainable Development. Dialogue Paper by the Scientific and Technological Community for the Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue Segment Fourth Meeting of the WSSD Preparatory Committee. Bali, Indonesia.

Shine C, Reaser JK and Gutierrez AT. 2002. Prevention and Management of Invasive Alien Species: Proceedings of a Workshop on Forging Cooperation throughout the Austral-Pacific. The Global Invasive Species Programme (GISP). Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii. 133p.

Shine C, Reaser JK and Gutierrez AT. 2002. Invasive alien species in the Austral Pacific Region: National Reports & Directory of Resources. The Global Invasive Species Programme (GISP). Honolulu, Hawaii. 189p.

Van der Heijden M and Cornelissen JHC. 2002. The critical role of plant-microbe interactions on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: arbuscular mycorrhizal associations as an example. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 181-192

Van Dover CL, German CR, Speer KG, Parson LM and Vrijenhoek RC. 2002. Marine biology - Evolution and biogeography of deep-sea vent and seep invertebrates. Science. 295(5558):1253-1257

Vorosmarty CJ. 2002. Global water assessment and potential contributions from Earth Systems Science. Aquatic Sciences. 64(4):328-351

DIVERSITAS Endorsed Projects Publications in 2002

Gottfried M, Pauli H, Hohenwallner D, Reiter K and G. G. 2002. GLORIA - The Global Observation Initiative in Alpine Environments: Wo stehen wir? Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen. 69-71

Gottfried M, Pauli H, Reiter K and Grabherr G. 2002. Potential effects of climate change on alpine and nival plants in the Alps. In: Körner C and Spehn EM (Eds). Mountain biodiversity - a global assessment. Parthenon Publishing. 213-223

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