Published in 2024

  1. Morales, J.F.; Gouda, E.; Cascante M., A. (2024) New Records and Miscellaneous Notes on the Bromeliaceae of Trinidad and Tobago.  Caribbean Journal of Science 54: 18–25.
  2. Cooper, D.L.M., Lewis, S.L., Sullivan, M.J.P. et al. (incl. ter Steege) Consistent patterns of common species across tropical tree communities. Nature 625, 728–734 (2024).
  3. Cooper, D., Lewis, S., ter Steege, H., Sullivan, M., Slik, J.W.F. & Barbier, N. (2024). Consistent Patterns of Common Species Across Tropical Forest Tree Communities. figshare. Dataset. DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.21670883.v1
  4. Renato A. F. de Lima, R.A.F., Dauby, G., de Gasper, A.L., Fernandez, E.P., Vibrans, A.C., de Oliveira, A.A., Prado, P.I., Souza, V.C., de Siqueira, M.F. & ter Steege, H. (2024) Comprehensive conservation assessments reveal high extinction risks across Atlantic Forest trees. Science 383: 219-225
  5. Flores, B.M., Montoya, E., Sakschewski, B. et al. (incl. ter Steege) Critical transitions in the Amazon forest system. Nature 626, 555–564 (2024).
  6. Gouda, E.J. (2024) A new species of Pitcairnia from the West Cordillera of the Andes of ColombiaJournal of the Bromeliad Society 73(3): 110-115. 
  7. Monique de Jager, Nelleke H. Buitendijk, J.N.(Yannick) Wiegers, J. (Hans) M. Baveco, Bart A. Nolet. More management, less damage? With increasing population size, economic costs of managing geese to minimize yield losses may outweigh benefits, Journal of Environmental Management, Volume 351, 2024, 119949, ISSN 0301-4797,
  8. Gouda, E.J. (2024) A New Variety of Tillandsia capillaris from Bolivia: Tillandsia capillaris var. attenuatisepalaDie Bromelie 2024(1): 38-42.
  9. Gouda, E.J.; Koopmans, R. (2024) Tillandsia cyanea (A.Dietr.) É.Morren (= T. guatemalensis) – A Comparison with T. excelsa, T. selleana, T. cauliflora and OthersDie Bromelie 2024(1): 43-52.
  10. Gouda, E.J. (2024) Tillandsia × complanea – A New Natural Hybrid of T. complanata and T. cyanea (A.Dietr.) É.Morren (= T. guatemalensis) from Costa RicaDie Bromelie 2024(1): 53-57.
  11. Gouda, E.J. (2024) New Bromeliaceae species and names published in 2022 - Part 1-3Journal of the Bromeliad Society 73(2): 76-93 + 73(3): 134-141 + 73(4): 181-188 (part 1 published in 2023)
  12. Glasnović, P., Fantinato, E., Buffa, G., Carapeto, A., Dragićević, S., Fišer, Z., Kiehn, M., Kull, T., Klisz, M., Liu, U., Lužnik, M., Metzing, D., Stefanaki, A. & Lončarević, N. (2024). Assessing the national red lists of European vascular plants: Disparities and implications, Biological Conservation, 293:110568,
  13. Boali, A., Asgari, H. R., Behbahani, A. M., Salmanmahiny, A., & Naimi, B. (2024). Remotely sensed desertification modeling using ensemble of machine learning algorithms. Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment, 34, 101149. 
  14. Amindin, A., Pourghasemi, H. R., Safaeian, R., Rahmanian, S., Tiefenbacher, J. P., & Naimi, B. (2024). Predicting Current and Future Habitat Suitability of an Endemic Species Using Data-Fusion Approach: Responses to Climate Change. Rangeland Ecology & Management, 94, 149-162.
  15. Mo, L., Zohner, C.M., Reich, P.B. et al. (incl. ter Steege) terIntegrated global assessment of the natural forest carbon potential. Nature 624, 92–101 (2023).
  16. Luize, Bruno Garcia, et al. (incl. ter Steege) "Geography and ecology shape the phylogenetic composition of Amazonian tree communities." Journal of Biogeography (2024).
  17. Householder, J.E., Wittmann, F., Schöngart, J. et al. (incl. ter Steege) One sixth of Amazonian tree diversity is dependent on river floodplains. Nat Ecol Evol (2024).

Published in 2023

  1. Bouchard, E., et al. (incl. ter Steege, H.) (2023) Global patterns and environmental drivers of forest functional composition. Global Ecology and Biogeography. DOI: 10.1111/geb.13790  
  2. Ebrahimi, E., Araújo, M. B., & Naimi, B. (2023). Flood susceptibility mapping to improve models of species distributions. Ecological Indicators, 157, 111250.
  3. Vinicius Peripato et al. (incl. ter Steege, H.), More than 10,000 pre-Columbian earthworks are still hidden throughout Amazonia.Science 382,103-109(2023).DOI:10.1126/science.ade2541
  4. Mo et al (incl. ter Steege, H.). (2023) Integrated global assessment of the natural forest carbon potential. Nature. DOI: 10.1038/s41586-023-06723-z 
  5. ter Steege, H. et al. (incl. Pos, E.T.) (2023) Mapping density, diversity and species-richness of the Amazon tree flora. Communications Biology. 6: 1130.
  6. ter Steege, H. et al. (incl. Pos, E.T.) (2023). Mapping density, diversity and species-richness of the Amazon tree flora. figshare. Dataset.
  7. Ma, Haozhi, et al. (including H. ter Steege) "The global biogeography of tree leaf form and habit." Nature Plants (2023): 1-15.
  8. Herrera-Alvarez, X., Blanco, J.A., Phillips, O.L., Guadalupe, V., Ortega-López, L.D., ter Steege, H. & Rivas-Torres, G. (2023) MADERA: A standardized Pan-Amazonian dataset for tropical timber species Ecology. 104: e4135. DOI: 10.1002/ecy.4135
  9. Herrera-Alvarez, X., Blanco, J.A., Phillips, O.L., Guadalupe, V., Ortega-López, L.D., ter Steege, H. & Rivas-Torres, G. (2023) First-ever complete list of Amazonian timber tree species. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. DOI: 10.1002/bes2.2104
  10. Carvalho, Raquel L., et al. (including H. ter Steege) Pervasive gaps in Amazonian ecological research. Current Biology 33.16 (2023): 3495-3504.
  11. Fortes. E., Dos Reis, I.P., ter Steege, H., Aymard, G., Secco, R.S., Martins-Da-Silva, R.C.V.  & Mansano, V.F. (2023). A taxonomic revision of the genus Eperua Aubl. (Leguminosae, Detarioideae, Detarieae). Phytotaxa 671: 1-127. DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa.617.1.1
  12. ter Steege, H., Fortes, E.A., Rozendaal, D.M.A., Erkens, R.H.J., Sabatier, D., Aymard, G., Duijm, E., Eurlings, M., Grewe, F., Pombo, M.M., Gomes, V.F., Mansano, V.F. & Oliveira, S.M. (2023) Molecular phylogeny and evolution of inflorescence types in Eperua. American Journal of Botany. DOI:10.1002/ajb2.16229
  13. Gouda, E.J. (2023) Guzmania bismarckii Rauh vs. Guzmania lindenii (André) Mez – Part II a new species and varietyJournal of the Bromeliad Society 72(4): 155-164.
  14. Gouda, E.J. (2023) Tillandsia kautskyi, one of the red BraziliansJournal of the Bromeliad Society 73(1): 8-9.
  15. Gouda, E.J. (2023) New Bromeliaceae species and names published in 2022Journal of the Bromeliad Society 73(2): 76-93.
  16. Gouda, E.J. & P. Bak (2023) Introducing Navia phelpsiaeJournal of the Bromeliad Society 72(2): 69-73.
  17. Aronne, Giovanna, et al. (including A. Stefanaki)"Identifying bottlenecks in the life cycle of plants living on cliffs and rocky slopes: Lack of knowledge hinders conservation actions. Biological Conservation 286 (2023): 110289.
  18. Bennett, A.C. et al. (including H. ter Steege) Sensitivity of South American tropical forests to an extreme climate anomaly. Nat. Clim. Chang. 13, 967–974 (2023).
  19. Wilfahrt, P. A. et al. (including Pos, E.T.) (2023).  Nothing lasts forever: Dominant species decline under rapid environmental change in global grasslands. Journal of Ecology,  111, 2472–2482.
  20. Delavaux, C. S. et al., (including H. ter Steege), Crowther, T. W., Zohner, C. M., Robmann, N. M., Lauber, T., van den Hoogen, J.,  & Parthasarathy, N. (2023). Native diversity buffers against severity of non-native tree invasions. Nature, 1-9.
  21. Manzanares, J.M. & Gouda, E.J. (2023) A New Species of Tillandsia (Bromeliaceae) from Ecuador IVJournal of the Bromeliad Society 72(3): 5-15.
  22. de Jager M, Buitendijk NH, Baveco JM, van Els P, Nolet BA. Limiting scaring activities reduces economic costs associated with foraging barnacle geese: Results from an individual‐based model. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2023 Jun 29.
  23. Vera-Paz, S.I., Granados Mendoza, C., Díaz Contreras Díaz, D.D., Jost, M., Salazar, G.A., Rossado, A.J., Montes-Azcué, C.A., Hernández-Gutiérrez, R., Magallon, S., Sánchez-González, L.A. and Gouda, E.J., Plastome phylogenomics reveals an early Pliocene North-and Central America colonization by long-distance dispersal from South America of a highly diverse bromeliad lineage. Frontiers in Plant Science14, p.1205511.
  24. de Jager M, Soons M. Critical transitions and evolutionary hysteresis in movement: Habitat fragmentation can cause abrupt shifts in dispersal that are difficult to revert. Ecology and Evolution. 2023 May;13(5):e10147.
  25. Gouda, E.J. (2023) Notes on Tillandsia pedicellataJournal of the Bromeliad Society 72(2): 81.
  26. Pos, E., de Souza Coelho, L., de Andrade Lima Filho, D., Salomão, R. P., Amaral, I. L., de Almeida Matos, F. D., Castilho, C. V., Phillips, O. L., Guevara, J. E., de Jesus Veiga Carim, M., López, D. C., Magnusson, W. E., Wittmann, F., Irume, M. V., Martins, M. P., Sabatier, D., da Silva Guimarães, J. R., Molino, J. F., Bánki, O. S., ... Ter Steege, H. (2023). Unraveling Amazon tree community assembly using Maximum Information Entropy: a quantitative analysis of tropical forest ecology. Scientific Reports13(1), 2859.
  27. Gouda, E.J. & P. Bak (2023) A new Tillandsia species from Honduras, related to the widespread T. variabilisJournal of the Bromeliad Society 72(4): 150-154.
  28. Gouda, E.J.; Kent, J. (2023) A new Guzmania species from from Antioquia, ColombiaJournal of the Bromeliad Society 73(1): 24-29.
  29. Arellano-Peña, H., et al. (including H. ter Steege) "The Forests of the Upper Rio Negro (North-Western Amazon) and Adjacent South-Western Orinoco Basins: A Phytosociological Classification." Psammic Peinobiomes: Nutrient-Limited Ecosystems of the Upper Orinoco and Rio Negro Basins. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2023. 55-109.

Conference presentations and invited talks in 2023

  1. Hamm, N., Naimi, B., & Groen, T. A. (2023, September). ELSA: an entropy-based local statistic for categorical data. In 12th International Conference on Geographic Information Science, GIScience 2023.
  2. Stefanaki, A. & van Andel, T. (2023). How to approach the unknown? Elucidating the origins of the 16th-century En Tibi and Rauwolf book herbaria. - XVII OPTIMA Meeting, 20-23 September, Erice, Italy (Invited)
  3. Charitonidou M., Stefanaki A., Lázaro A., Cursach Seguí J., Panitsa M., Bazos I., Kantsa A., Ranalli R., Fois M., Galloni M., Bacchetta G., Castro S., Loureiro J, Goula K., Navarro L., Bou Dagher Kharrat M., Kahale R., Vassiliou L., Aronne G., Fišer Z., Petanidou T. (2023). Does floral complexity draw on plant vulnerability? Lessons from the Mediterranean region using Red Data Books. - HELECOS 11, 11th Panhellenic Ecology Conference, 4-7 October, Patras, Greece.

Published in 2022

  1. Lautenschläger, T., Göhre, A., Ditsch, B., Baumgärtel, C., Monizi, M., Mandombe, J.L., Lehnert, M., Jongkind, C.C., Persoon, H.J., Cheek, M. and Monro, A., 2022. Sixty-seven species newly recorded for the flora of Angola: recent findings from vegetation surveys and herbarium collections. Check List, 18(6), pp.1203-1230.
  2. Geertsma, Isabela Pombo, Daan van der Hoeven, and Tinde van Andel. "Traditional Aucan knowledge on fish and plants eaten by fish along the Tapanahoni River, Suriname." Ethnobiology and Conservation 11 (2022).
  3. Vera-Paz, S.I., Díaz Contreras Díaz, D.D., Jost, M., Wanke, S., Rossado, A., Hernández-Gutiérrez, R., Salazar, G.A., Magallon, S., Gouda, E.J., Ramírez Morillo, I. and Donadío, S., New Plastome Structural Rearrangements Discovered in Core Tillandsioideae (Bromeliaceae) Support recently adopted taxonomy. Frontiers in Plant Science, p.2582. (2022)
  4. Quaresma Adriano, Zartman Charles E., Piedade Maria T. F., Wittmann Florian, Jardim Mario A. G., Irume Mariana V., Benavides Ana M., Freitas Leandro, Toledo José J., Boelter Carlos R., Obermüller Flávio, Duque Alvaro J., Klein Viviane P., Mari Maikel L. G., Schöngart Jochen, Arenas Edith, Pos Edwin T., Vasco Alejandra, Ek Renske, Plantenga Faline D. M., Duivenvoorden Joost F., Biesmeijer Koos, Bender Irene M. A., ter Steege Hans The Amazon Epiphyte Network: A first glimpse into continental-scale patterns of Amazonian vascular epiphyte assemblages. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 118. (2022)
  5. Manzanares, J.M.; Gouda, E.J. & Till, W. (2022) A New Species of Guzmania (Bromeliaceae) from Ecuador. Journal of the Bromeliad Society 71(4): 225-236
  6. Gouda, E.J. (2022) A new large Guzmania species from Colombia already known for a long time. Journal of the Bromeliad Society 71(4): 213-220.
  7. Gouda, E.J. (2022) A New Species from the Alliance of Racinaea spiculosa from Peru: Racinaea attenuatipetala. Die Bromelie 2022(1): 37-42.
  8. Steur, G., ter Steege, H., Verburg, R.W. et al. Relationships between species richness and ecosystem services in Amazonian forests strongly influenced by biogeographical strata and forest types. Sci Rep 12, 5960 (2022).