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135. Molleman, L.; Boeve, S.; Wolf, J.; Oostermeijer, G.; Devy, S.; Ganesan, R.; In press.
Commercial harvesting and regeneration of epiphytic macrolichen communities in the Western Ghats, India. Environmental Conservation.
134. Castellanos C.; Kolterman, D.A.; Vester, H.F.M.; 2011.
Architectural analysis of Buxus vahlii Baill. (Buxaceae) in two different environments in Puerto Rico. Adansonia, sér. 3, 33 (1) : 71-80. DOI: 10.5252/a2011n1a3.
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133. Laurance, W.F.; Useche, D.C.; Shoo,L.P.; Herzog, S.K.; Kessler, M.; Escobar, F.; Brehm, G.; Axmacher, J.C.; Chen, I-Ching; Arellano Gámez, L.; Hietz, P.; Fiedler, K.; Pyrcz, T.; Wolf, J.; Merkord, C.l.; Cardelus, C.; Marshall, A.R.; Ah-Peng, Ah.P.; Aplet, G.H.; Coro Arizmendi, M. del; Baker, W.J.; Barone, J.; Brühl, C.A.; Bussmann, R.W.; Cicuzza, D.; Eilu, G.; Favila, M.E.; Hemp, A.; Hemp, C.; Homeier, J.; Hurtado, J.; Jankowski, J.; Kattán, G.; Kluge, J.; Krömer, T.; Lees, D.C.; Lehnert, M.; Longino, J.T.; Lovett, J.; Martin, P.H.; Patterson, B.D.; Pearson, R.G.; Peh, K.S.-H.; Richardson, B.; Richardson, M.; Samways, M.J.; Senbeta, F.; Smith, T.B.; Utteridge, T.M.A.; Watkins, J.E.; Wilson, R.; Williams, S.E.; Thomas, C.D.; 2011.
Global warming, elevational ranges and the vulnerability of tropical biota. Biological Conservation 144:548-557.
132. Wolf, J.H.D.; 2011.
Lichen use and regeneration in India. International Lichenological Newsletter 43(2):22-25.

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131. Wolf, J.H.D.; 2010.
Embracing epiphytes in sustainable forest management: a pilot study from the Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. Pp. 652-658. In: Tropical montane cloud forests (L.A. Bruijnzeel, F.N. Scatena, and L.S. Hamilton Eds.). 768 pp. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK
130. Wolf, J.H.D.; Diego Higuera; D.; 2010.
Vascular epiphytes in dry oak forests show resilience to anthropogenic disturbance, Cordillera Oriental, Colombia. Caldasia 32(1):161-174.
129. Wolf, J.H.D.; Ruiz Penagos, D.; 2010.
Magnolia wolfii: Its discovery and conservation. Magnolia 45(87):14-19.
128. Wolf, J.; 2010.
Caramba, waar komen al die dennen vandaan? – een causerie over de biogeografie en evolutie van het geslacht Pinus. Deel II. Blijdenstein Nieuws 25:10-12.
127. Benavides, A.M.; 2010.
Distribution and succession of vascular epiphytes in Colombian Amazonia. PhD Dissertation, Universiteit van Amsterdam. 196 pp.
126. Jaarverslag 2009. Stichting het Kronendak.
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125. Wolf, J.H.D.; Gerhard Zotz, G.; 2009.
Trees as islands - biogeography of epiphytes on trees. Proceedings 5th International Canopy Conference, Bangalore, India. Page 102.
124. Ganesan, R.; Wolf,J.H.D.; 2009.
Sustainable use of forests canopies and conservation. Proceedings 5th International Canopy Conference, Bangalore, India. Page 128.
123. Molleman, L; Boeve, S.; Wolf, J.; Oostermeijer, G.; Devy, S.; Ganesan, R.; 2009.
Harvest and regeneration of epiphytic macrolichens in the Western Ghats, India. Proceedings 5th International Canopy Conference, Bangalore, India. Page 132-133.
122. Benavides, A. M.; Wolf, J.; Duivenvoorden, J.; 2009.
Gap recruitment of hemi-epiphytic aroids in lowland Amazonian rain forest. Proceedings 5th International Canopy Conference, Bangalore, India. Page 176. (Recognition: Best Poster Award).
121. Wolf, J.H.D.; 2009.
Caramba, waar komen al die dennen vandaan? – een causerie over de biogeografie en evolutie van het geslacht Pinus. Deel I. Blijdenstein Nieuws 23:10-12.
120. Wolf, J.H.D.; Gradstein, S.R.; Nadkarni, N.M.; 2009.
A protocol for sampling vascular epiphyte richness and abundance. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25:107-121.
119. Cascante-Marín, A.; Von Meijenfeldt, N.; De Leeuw, H.M.H.; Wolf, Jan H.D.; Oostermeijer, J. Gerard B.; Den Nijs, J.C.M.; 2009.
Dispersal limitation in epiphytic bromeliad communities in a Costa Rican fragmented montane landscape. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 25:63-73.
118. Jaarverslag 2008. Stichting het Kronendak.
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117. Weterings, M.J.A.; Weterings-Schonck, S.M.; Vester, H.F.M.; Calmé, S. 2008.
Senescene of Manilkara zapote trees and implications or large frugivorous birds in the Southern Yucatán peninsula, México. Forest Ecology and Management 256: 1604-1611.
116. Enriquez, B.L.; Vester, H.F.M.; Hallé, F. 2008.
The architecture of Phyllanthus acuminatus Vahl (Phyllanthaceae): a prelude to the evolution of architecture in the family. Adansonia 30(1): 139-149.
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115. Toledo-Aceves, T.; Wolf, J.H.D.; 2008.
Germination and establishment of the epiphyte Tillandsia eizii L.B. Smith in the canopy of a pine-oak forest in the Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. Biotropica 40(2): 246-250.
114. Cascante Marín, A.; Wolf, Jan H.D.; Oostermeijer, J. Gerard B.; Den Nijs, J.C.M.; 2008
Establishment of epiphytic bromeliads in successional tropical premontane forests in Costa Rica. Biotropica 40(4): 441-448.
113. Cascante Marín, A.; Wolf, Jan H.D.; Oostermeijer, J. Gerard B.
Wasp florivory decreases reproductive success in an epiphytic bromeliad. Plant Biology 203(1):149-153.
112. Hsu, Chia-Chun; Wolf, Jan H.D.
Diversity and phytogeography of vascular epiphytes in a tropical-subtropical transition island, Taiwan. Flora 204: 612-627.
111. Wolf, Jan H.D. 2008.
Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve (KMTR), a treasure in the eye of the beholder. Agasthya 2 (2): 4.
110. Wolf, Jan H.D.; Peters, M. 2008.
Hanging gardens and sacred bromeliads in the rainforest biome. Eden The Magazine Autumn 2008:12-13.
109. Jaarverslag 2007. Stichting het Kronendak.
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108. Jaarverslag 2006. Stichting het Kronendak.
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107. Weterings-Schonck S.M.; Weterings, M.J.A; 2006.
Amazonat jungle lodge: Visitors booklet. 92pp.
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106. Janmaat, Karline R.L.; July 2006.
Fruits of enlightenment: Fruit localisation strategies in wild mangabey monkeys.
PhD Dissertation for the University of St Andrews. 266pp.
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105. Janmaat, Karline R.L.; Byrne, Richard W.; Zuberbühler, Klaus; 2006.
Primates take weather into account when searching for fruits. Current Biology 16: 1232–1237, June 20, 2006.
104. Janmaat, Karline R.L.; Byrne, Richard W.; Zuberbühler, Klaus; 2006.
Evidence for a spatial memory of fruiting states of rainforest trees in wild mangabeys. Animal Behaviour, 2006, 72:797-807.
103. Cascante-Marín, A.; Oostermeijer, J. Gerard B.; Wolf, J.H.D. Wolf; Den Nijs, J.C.M.; Sanahuja, O.; Durán-Apuy, A.; 2006.
Epiphytic bromeliad communities in secondary and mature forest in a tropical premontane area. Basic an Applied Ecology 7:520-532.
102. Pickens, K.A.; J. Wolf; J.M. Affolter & H.Y. Wetzstein. 2006.
Adventitious bud development and regeneration in Tillandsia eizii. In vitro cellular & developmental biology-plant. 42:348-353.
101. Benavides, Ana-Maria; Jan H.D. Wolf & Joost F. Duivenvoorden. 2006.
Recovery and succession of epiphytes in upper Amazonian fallows. Journal of Tropical Ecology 22:705-717.
100. Alfredo Cascante-Marín; Maaike de Jong; Ethan D. Borg; J. Gerard B. Oostermeijer; Jan H. D. Wolf & Joannes C. M. den Nijs. 2006.
Reproductive strategies and colonizing ability of two sympatric epiphytic bromeliads in a tropical premontane area. International Journal of Plant Sciences 167(6):1187­1195.
99. Wolf, J.H.D; Romeijn, P.; Vester, H.F.M. Vester. 2006.
Toward the sustainable use of canopy biodiversity for forest conservation and poverty reduction - lessons learned from Chiapas, Mexico. Proceedings to the annual meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Kunming, China. Page 83.
98. Wolf, Jan H.D. 2006.
Remnant large ‘rescue’ trees enhance epiphyte resilience to anthropogenic disturbance of pine-oak forests in the Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. Proceedings The Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Kunming, China. Page 135.
97. Gély, A.; 2006.
Amazonat Jungle Lodge report. Internal publication, 10pp.
96. Cascante-Marín, Alfredo; Jan H.D. Wolf; J. Gerard B. Oostermeijer; Hans den Nijs. 2006.
The influence of seed-dispersal on the composition of epiphyte plant communities. Proceedings The Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Kunming, China. Page 137.
95. Cascante Marín, Alfredo; Jan Wolf; Gerard Oostermeijer; Hans den Nijs. 2006.
Estructura genética de bromelias epífitas en parches sucesionales de habitat fragmentados en bosques tropicales premontanos. Proceedings Congreso Mexicana de Ecología 2006, Morelia, Mexico.
94. Jaarverslag 2005. Stichting het Kronendak.
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93. Cascante Marín, Alfredo M.; March 16, 2006.
Establishment, reproduction and genetics of epiphytic bromeliad communities during premontane forest succession in Costa Rica. PhD Dissertation for the University of Amsterdam. 192pp.
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92. Wolf, J.H.D.; Flamenco-S., A.; 2006.
Vascular epiphytes and their potential as a conservation tool in pine-oak forests of Chiapas, Mexico. Ecological studies, Vol. 185, M. Kapelle (Ed.) Ecology and conservation of Neotropical montane oak forests, Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.

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91. Parrado-Rosselli, A.; October 19, 2005.
Fruit availability and seed dispersal in terra firme rain forest of Colombian Amazonia. PhD Dissertation for the University of Amsterdam. 153pp.
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90. Wolf, J.H.D.; 2005.
The response of epiphytes to anthropogenic disturbance of pine-oak forests in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. Forest Ecology and Management 212:376-393.
89. Cascante-Marín, A.; Oostermeijer, J. G. B.; Wolf, J. H. D. and J. C. M. den Nijs; 2005.
Reproductive biology of the epiphytic bromeliad Werauhia gladioliflora in a premontane tropical forest. Plant Biology 7:203-209.
88. Romeijn, P.; September 2005.
Charmed!, or, A short introduction to teeming life in the forest canopy. Presented at the Rainforest Gathering Conference, 14-16 September 2005, EdenProject, Bodelva, UK, 10 pp.
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Listen to a charming presentation about the EdenProject by Director Tim Smit for the Royal Society.
87. Romeijn, P.; September 2005.
Rainforest Gathering at Eden 14 - 16 september 2005. Intern verslag voor Stichting Het Kronendak, 13p.
86. Jaarverslag 2004. Stichting het Kronendak.
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85. Wolf, J.H.D.; 2005.
The response of epiphytes to anthropogenic disturbance of pine-oak forests in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. Proceedings 4th International Canopy Conference 'Tropical versus Temperate Forests', 10 - 17 July 2005 in Leipzig, Germany. University of Leipzig. Merkur - Druck- und Kopierzentrum GmbH, Leipzig (166 pp.) Page 11.
84. de Jong, M.A.; Borg, E.D.; Cascante-Marin, A.M.; Oostermeijer, J.G.B.; and Wolf, J.H.D.; 2005.
Seed dispersal of epiphytic bromeliads (Tillandsioideae) in Costa Rica. Proceedings 4th International Canopy Conference 'Tropical versus Temperate Forests', 10 - 17 July 2005 in Leipzig, Germany. University of Leipzig. Merkur - Druck- und Kopierzentrum GmbH, Leipzig (166 pp.) Page 57.
83. A.M. Benavides, J.H.D. Wolf & J.F. Duivenvoorden; 2005.
Epiphyte succession in young secondary Amazonian forests. Proceedings 4th International Canopy Conference 'Tropical versus Temperate Forests', 10 - 17 July 2005 in Leipzig, Germany. University of Leipzig. Merkur - Druck- und Kopierzentrum GmbH, Leipzig (166 pp.) Page 116.
82. Benavides, A.M.; Wolf, J.H.D. & Duivenvoorden, J.F.; 2005.
Epiphyte succession in young secondary Amazonian forests. Proceedings 4th International Canopy Conference 'Tropical versus Temperate Forests', 10 - 17 July 2005 in Leipzig, Germany. University of Leipzig. Merkur - Druck- und Kopierzentrum GmbH, Leipzig (166 pp.) Page 116.
81. Carvalhaes, M.A. & Wolf, J.H.D.; 2005.
Epiphytic bromeliads in anthropogenic disturbed Tabebuia cassinoides (caixeta) forests, Iguape, Brazil. In: Proceedings The 2005 Meeting of The Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation. Uberlandia, Brazil 'Frontiers in Tropical Biology and Conservation'. Page 137.

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80. Vester, H.; Romeijn, P.; Van der Wal, H. (Editors); October 2004.
A "Tree of liberty" for 25 years (25 jaar een "Boom der vrijheid"). Liber amicorum Prof. Dr. Ir. RAA Oldeman. Treebook 8. Treemail Publishers, Heelsum. ISBN 90-804443-9-1, ca 130pp.
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79. Meeuwsen, H.; 2004.
The Amazon Rainforest: sounds from a peaceful wilderness.
Meeuwsen Natuurgeluiden, Wageningen. CD-ROM.
78. Wolf, J.H.D.; 2004.
Rapportage over deelname aan het 47th Annual Symposium van de International Association of Vegetation Science, gehouden van 18-23 juli 2004 in Kona, Hawaï.
77. Visscher, A.; 2004.
Remarkable plants @ Amazonat.
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76. Jong, M. de; 2003.
Seed dispersal and breeding system of epiphytic bromeliads (Tilandsioideae) in Costa Rica. IBED, University of Amsterdam. 18 pp + Annex.
75. Wolf, J.H.D.; Alejandro Flamenco-S. 2003.
Patterns in species richness and distribution of vascular epiphytes in Chiapas. Journal of Biogeography 30:1689-1707.
74. Kimberly, A.; Pickens, James M.; Affolter, Hazel; Y. Wetzstein; Jan H.D.Wolf (2003).
Enhanced seed germination and seedling growth of Tillandsia eizii in vitro. HortScience 38(1):101-104.
73. Wolf, J.H.D. 2003.
Diversidad y ecología de comunidades epifíticas en la Cordillera Central, Colombia. Pp.453-502. In: Thomas van der Hammen & Alice G. dos Santos (Eds.). Studies on tropical Andean Ecosystems 5. J. Cramer. Berlin-Stuttgart.

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72. Wolf, J.H.D.; Konings, J.F.
Sustainable harvesting of epiphytic bromeliads in the highlands of Ciapas, Mexico: a pilot study. In: Tapping the green market: Certification and management of non-timber forest products. Shanley, P.; Pierce, A.R.; Laird, S.A.; Guillen, A. (Eds.). pp 257-258, Earthscan publications Ltd. 2002.
71. Cascante Marin, Alfredo; Gerard Oostermeijer; Jan Wolf; Hans den Nijs.
¿La morfología floral y el comportamiento de floración en comunidades de bromelias epifitas difieren durante la sucesión secundaria? Resumes del VIII Congreso Latinoamericano de Botanica. Cartagena, Colombia. Pg. 283, 2002.
70. Wolf, J.H.D.
Update Syllabus cursus tropische ecologie: 'Diversity, ecology, phytogeography and sustainable use of epiphytes in the canopy of the tropical forest'. 46 pp. December 2002
69. Visscher, A.
Medicinal plants of the canopy: a selection from the Amazon rainforest of Peru. On-line publication, Treemail, August 2002.
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68. Kippie Kanshie, T.
Five thousand years of sustainability? A case study on Gedeo land use. Treebook 5. Treemail Publishers, Heelsum, The Netherlands. ISBN 90-804443-6-7, ca 295 pp, with 20 pages of color illustrations. May 2002.
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67. Van Dunné, H.J.F., J.H.D. Wolf. 2002.
Techniques for spatial data analysis in epiphyte ecology. Pp. 120-126. In: A. W. Mitchell, K. Secoy & T. Jackson (Eds.) The Global Canopy Handbook. Techniques of access and study in the forest roof. Global Canopy Programme. Oxford, UK.
66. Wolf, J.H.D. 2002.
Toward a sustainable use of canopy epiphytes as a tool for conservation. Pp. 127-133. In: A. W. Mitchell, K. Secoy & T. Jackson (Eds.) The Global Canopy Handbook. Techniques of access and study in the forest roof. Global Canopy Programme. Oxford, UK.
65. Oldeman, R.A.A.
Een zak vol soorten. Reformatorisch Dagblad, 16 april 2002, p.15.
64. Hofstede, R.; Coppus, R.; Mena Vásconez, P; Segarra, P.; Wolf, J. y Sevink, J. 2002.
El estado de conservación de los páramos de pajonal en el Ecuador. Ecotropicos 15(1)3-18

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63. Coppus, R.; Endara A.L.; Nonhebel M.; Mera V.; León-Yánez S.; Mena Vásconez P.; Wolf J. & Hofstede, R. 2001.
El estado de salud de algunos páramos en el Ecuador una metodologí­a de campo. Pp. 219-240. In: Mena V., P., G. Medina & R. Hofstede (Eds.). Los páramos del Ecuador. Particularidades, problemas y perspectivas. Abya Yala/Proyecto Páramo. Quito. Ecuador.
62. Jong de, T.
Schatten in het kronendak. Het Parool, 31 december 2001, p.21.
61. Wolf, J.H.D.
Bedreiging en hoop voor epifytische bromelia's in de Hooglanden van Chiapas. IUCN Ecologie & Ontwikkeling 9(6)22-24, 2001.
60. Gómez-Peralta, M.; J.H.D. Wolf. 2001.
Commercial bryophyte harvesting in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, Sierra Chincua, Michoacan, Mexico. The Bryologist 104(4): 517-521.
59. Horvath, Anna; Ignacio J. March; Jan H. D. Wolf. 2001.
Rodent diversity and landuse in Montebello, Chiapas, Mexico. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment 36 (3):169-176.
58. Guzman, Gaston; Miguel Angel Morón; Florencia Ramírez-Guillén; Jan H.D. Wolf. 2001.
The known entomogenous species of Cordyceps and related genera, including their anamorphs, from Mexico with new records. Mycotaxon 78:115-125.
57. Romeijn, P.
Wolf hoogleraar fyllosfeerwetenschappen. FIN Nieuwsbrief, Vol. 6, No. 4, december 2001, p21.
56. Oldeman, R.A.A.
Canopies in canopies in canopies. October 2001.
55. Wolf, J.H.D.
Interview met prof. Wolf op radio 1, oktober 2001.
54. Wolf, J.H.D.
Juwelen in de kroon. Inaugurele rede, uitgesproken bij de aanvaarding van het ambt van bijzonder hoogleraar op de Mej. dr. Jakoba Ruinen-leerstoel Fyllosfeerwetenschappen vanwege de Stichting Het Kronendak aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam. ISBN 90 5629 216 1, Vossiuspers UvA, vrijdag 26 oktober 2001. 23 p.
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53. Bouma, F.; van Proosdij, A.; Wolf, J.H.D.
Hortus excursions 2001/2002. (course: Tropical Ecology, IB 304A) Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2001.
52. Wolf, J.H.D.
Diversity, Ecology, Phytogeography and sustainable use of epifytes in the canopy of the tropical rainforest. (course: Tropical Ecology, IB 304A) Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2001.
51. Nijman, V.
Forest (and) Primates: Conservation and ecology of the endemic primates of Java and Borneo. Tropenbos-Kalimantan Series 5. September 2001.
50. Wolf, J.H.D.; Konings, C.J.F.
Toward the sustainable harvesting of epiphytic bromeliads: a pilot study from the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. Biological Conservation, August 2001.
49. Hoogeland, C.; Leeuwen, M. van
Fruit dispersal during the high water period in the Amazon flooded forest of Amacayacú NP, Colombia. Tropenbos Colombia Foundation, University of Amsterdam, Kronendak Foundation. July 2001.
48. Wolf, J.H.D.; Konings, C.J.F.
Epiphytic bromeliads: toward the sustainability of yield from natural populations in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. ETFRN News 32(01): 64-67.
47. Janmaat, K.R.L.
Travel leadership in Wild Thomas langurs (Presbytis thomasi): Who wins the conflict? Department of ethology ans socio-ecology, utrecht University and Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystems Dynamics, University of Amsterdam. February 2001. 67 p.
46. Dunne, H.J.F. van; Wolf J.H.D.
Experimental studies of non-vascular epiphyte colonization on artificial substrates in the tropics. Newsletter ICAN. Vol 7 (2): 2-4.

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45. Nezry, E.; Yakam-Simen, F.; Kippie, T.K.; Romeijn, P.
Gedeo Zone mapping project; Phase 2, Final report. Treemail Publishers.
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44. Camacho-Cruz, A.; González-Espinosa, M.; Wolf, J.H.D.; Jong, B.H.J. de
Germination and survival of tree species in disturbed forests of the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. Canadian Journal of Botany 78:1309-1318.
43. Nijman, V.
Effects of behavioral changes due to habitat disturbance on density estimation of rain forest vertebrates, as illustrated by gibbons (Primates: Hylobatidae). Institute for Systematics and Population Biology, University of Amsterdam, 2000, 9p. + appendices.
42. Nijman, V.
Geographic distribution of ebony leaf monkey Trachypithecus auratus, Indonesia. Institute for Systematics and Population Biology, University of Amsterdam, 18 p. in Contribution to Zoology, 69 (3) 157-177 (2000) SPB Academic Publishing bv., The Hague.
41. Poyk, M.; Hitman, L.
Canadese Kronendaken: een ooggetuigeverslag over het 'Forest Gardian Research Project' in de Walbran Vallei. Wageningen, Papp. Stichting Het Kronendak, Intern Rapport. 9p. + fotobijlagen (1-24) + adressen.
40. Leenders, T.
New Canopy Farming grids placed in 1999/2000. Appendix to Bioproca Report: Canopy Farming © research and development at the Rara Avis rain forest site, Sarapiquí, Costa Rica. 14p.
39. Leenders, T.
Canopy Farming © research and development A joint Bioproca- Rara Avis initiative. Progress report of 1999 project. 8p. + 2 appendices.
38. Poyk, M.; Hitman, L.
Canadese Kronendaken: een ooggetuigeverslag over onderzoek in de boomtoppen van het gematigd regenwoud in Canada. Intern rapport, 35 p. + bijlagen.
37. Verhoeven, K.J.F.; Beckers, G.J.L.
Bioproca CD-ROM. Prerelease January 2000.

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36. Castro Hernandez, J.C.; Wolf, J.H.D.; Garcia-Franco, J.D.; Gonzalez-Espinosa, M.
Rev. Biol.Trop. 47 (4): 763-773, 1999
35. Verhoeven, K.J.F.; Beckers, G.J.L.
Canopy farming: an innovative strategy for the sustainable use of rain forests. Selbyana (20)1 (1999): 191-193.
34. Jacobs, D.
Methode voor de realisatie van een premontaan kronendak-ecosysteem in een kleine ruimte of Microscosmos- onderzoek in Nederland. Scriptie vakgroep Ecologische Landbouw, Landbouwuniversiteit Wageningen, 1999. 41 p. + bijlagen.
33. Vries, H.J.D.
Methods for study of rain forest canopy. In Technical Visit Report, Araracuara, Colombia, January 1999: 13-15. Unpubl.

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32. Vester, H.F.M.; Cleef, A.M.
Tree architecture and secondary tropical rain forest development. A case study in Araracuara, Colombian Amazonia. Flora 193 (1998) 75-97.
31. Jacobs, D.
Evalutie van de studiereis naar Costa Rica. 1998. 5 p. Niet gepubl.rapport.
30. Verhoeven, K.J.F.
Ontwerp voor een in vitro kronendak-leefgemeenschap in het Reptilion. Stichting Bioproca, augustus 1998. 52 p.
29. Vester, H.F.M.
Forest development as a basis for management; tree architecture and tree temperaments. In: Guavignata, M.R.; Finegan, B, 1998. Ecology and Management of Tropical Secondary forest: Science, people, and policy. CATIE, CIFOR, WWF, GTZ, Thurialba, Costa Rica.: 35-48.

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28. Verhoeven, K.; Beckers, G.
Duurzame 'landbouw in de bomen'. Mens & Wetenschap 24 (1997) 4: 262-265.
27. Vester, H.F.M.
The trees and the forest. The role of tree architecture in canopy development; a case study in secondary forests (Araracuara, Colombia). Proefschrift Universiteit van Amsterdam, 1997. 180 pp.
26. Valverde, P.
The pioneer canopy farming database. Thesis for the degree of Master of Science in Ecological Agriculture. Department of Ecological Agriculture, Wageningen Agricultural University, 1997. 95 pp.
25. Sterck, F.J.
Trees and light. Proefschrift Landbouwuniversiteit Wageningen, 1997. 122 pp.

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24. Vester, H.F.M.; Gardette, E.
Epiphyte sampling in a three-dimensional framework. In: Gradstein. S.R. e.a.: How to sample the epiphytic diversity of tropical rain forests. Ecotropica 2 (1996): 72.
23. Neugebauer, B.; Oldeman, R.A.A.; Valverde, P.
Key principles in ecological silviculture. Proc. IFOAM-Congress, Kopenhagen, 1996: 153-175.
22. Meer, P.J. van der; Bongers, F.
Patterns of treefalls and branchfalls in a neotropical rain forest in French Guiana. Journal of Ecology 84 (1996): 19-29.

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21. Vester, H.F.M. ; Poncy, O.
Inga megaphylla (Leguminosa, Mimosoideae), a new species from Western Amazonia (Colombia, Peru), with comments on architectural features unusual in the genus Inga. Novon 5 (1995): 384-387.
20. Vester, H.F.M.; Oldeman, R.A.A.
Tropenbos project on tree architecture and secondary forests in Araracuara, Colombia. IUFRO Information Bulletin for Developing Countries, summer 1995: 4--6.
19. Vester, H.F.M.; Oldeman, R.A.A.
Tree architecture and secondary forests in Ara-ra-cuara: the use of a new methodology. Wageningen, Tropenbos Newsletter 9 (1995): 5-8.
18. Oldeman, R.A.A.; Vester, H.F.M.
Tree architecture, strange attractors and fuzzy logic. Abstracts Third International Colloquium “The Tree”, Montpellier, 11-15 Sept. 1995.
17. Oldeman, R.A.A.
Fine folds in tropical forest canopy architecture and their inhabitants. Final Scientific Report of the Second International ESF-Workshop on Tropical Canopy Research “Tropical Forest Canopies as an Envrionment for Arthropods and Epiphytes, with special reference to the Phyllosphere”. Schloss Reisenburg (Günzburg), Germany, 27-30 July 1995: 5-8.
16. Meer, P.J. van der; Bongers, F.; Chatrou, L.; Riera, B.
Defining canopy gaps in a tropical rain forest: effects on gap size and turnover time. Acta -Œcologica 15 (1994) 6: 701-714.
15. Meer, P.J. van der
Canopy dynamics of a tropical rain forest in French Guiana. Proefschrift Land-bouw-universiteit, Wageningen, 1995. 149 pp.
14. Arlandis Lluch, D.J.
The development of a canopy model for a mediterranean forest. Minor-thesis for MSc-degree in Ecological Agriculture, Agricultural University, Wageningen, 1995. 48 pp.

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13. Willemse, H.J.P.
Een tropisch regenwoud in Nederland. Studie naar de technische haalbaarheid van een kronendakhuis in Nederland met speciale aandacht voor functioneel ontwerp en bouwfysica. Scriptie Landbouwuniversiteit, vakgroep Agrotechniek & -fysica, 1994. 118 p. + 29 bijlagen.
12. Stork, N.E.; Best, V.
European science foundation - results of a survey of European canopy research in the tropics. Selbyana 15 (1994) 2: 51-62.
11. Oldeman, R.A.A.
Stichting Het Kronendak. Een kort historisch overzicht. Global Forest Magazine, november 1994: 6-15.
10. Oldeman, R.A.A.
Het krioelende kronendak. Global Forest Magazine, november 1994: 3-4.
9. Meer, P.J. van der; Sterck, F.J.
Kronendakonderzoek in Frans Guyana. Global Forest Magazine, november 1994: 16-17.
8. Leersnijder, R.P.
Ontwerp van een simulatiemodel voor de architectuur en ontwikkeling van bomen in het tropisch regenwoud onder invloed van licht. Intern rapport S.H.K.
7. Jorritsma, M.
Light climate characteristics of tropical secondary and mature forest. Dept. of Forestry, WAU (AV94-09) & Hugo de Vries Laboratory, University of Amsterdam, 1994. 73 pp.

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6. Hees, I. van; Meel, S. van
Tree architecture and development of Miconia poeppigii and Clathrotropis macrocarpa. Comlombian Amazone. M.Sc.-thesis Hugo de Vries Laboratory, University of Amsterdam, Internal Report 294, 1993. 63 pp.
5. Echeverri, A.
Formas de crecimiento, producción de hojas y distribución de palmas y Phenakospermum guianense en una cronosecuencia sobre terrazas bajas del río Caquetá en la Amazonia Colombiana. Tesis de grado, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin. 1993.
4. Echeverri, A.
Dinámica de la arquitectura en bosques secundarios.s.Análisis arquitectural de Miconia poeppigii y Miconia prasina (Melastomataceae). Internal report Tropenbos-Colombia. 1993. 16 pp + annexes.
3. Bongers, F.; Sterck, F.J.
Kroonjuwelen. Natuur & Techniek 59 (1991) 8: 576-589.

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2. Reinoud, J.
Hoog in de kruinen van het regenwoud. EOS-magazin 7 (1990) 4: 6-11.
1. Bongers, F.; Meer, P.J. van der; Oldeman, R.A.A.; Schalk, B.; Sterck, F.J.
Levels of herbivory in a tropical rainforest canopy in French Guyana. In: Hallé, F.; Blanc, P. (ed's): Biologie d'une canopée de forêt equitoriale. Rapport de Mission Radeau des Cimes, Octobre-Novembre 1989, Petit Saut, Guyane Française. Document offert par le Département Industrie de Xylochimie, Mars 1990: 166-177.

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