Publications of CenTREAD members can be found on their individual web pages, linked under Faculty and Students. Listed here are publications arising directly from CenTREAD working groups or from research conducted with financial support from CenTREAD.
Working Group publications
The CenTREAD Working Group is a diverse group of scholars from the natural sciences, the social sciences, and interdisciplinary studies. We have research interests in tropical conservation and a range of experiences working with agroforestry and conservation. We are particularly interested in interdisciplinary scholarship in the tropics.
CenTREAD Working Group. 2011. Book Review: Lamb, D. 2011. Regreening the Bare Hills. Dordrecht: Springer. 579 pp. Human Ecology 39:841-842. pdf
CenTREAD Working Group. 2007. Book Review: Zimmerer, K.S. (Ed.) 2006. Globalization & New Geographies of Conservation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 357 pp. The Journal of Environment and Development 16(3):345-346. pdf
CenTREAD Working Group. 2007. Debunking myths, erecting others. Review of 1491: new revelations of the Americas before Columbus. Mann, C. C. 2005. Alfred A. Knopf. Restoration Ecology 15(1):168-169 pdf
CenTREAD Working Group. 2005. Farmers and the forest: Can agroforestry actually conserve biodiversity? Review of Agroforestry and Biodiversity Conservation in Tropical Landscapes. Schroth, G., G. A. B. da Fonseca, C. A. Harvey, C. Gascon, H. L. Vasconcelos, and A-M. N. Izac, (eds.). 2004 Island Press. Conservation Biology 19:2043-2044 pdf
CenTREAD Working Group. 2005. Making Parks Work: a thought provoking argument but not a guide. Review of Making Parks Work: Strategies for Preserving Tropical Nature (2002) by Terborgh, J., C. Van Schaik, L. Davenport, and M. Rao, (Eds.) Conservation Biology 19:279-281. pdf
research supported by CenTREAD research grants or visiting fellowships
Villanea, F.A., G.H. Perry, G.A. Gutierrez-Espeleta, and N.J. Dominy. 2012. ASPM and the evolution of cerebral cortical size in a community of New World monkeys. PLOS ONE 7(9): e44928. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0044928
Wang, Yiwei. and Diana O. Fisher. 2012. Dingoes affect activity of feral cats, but do not exclude them from the habitat of an endagered macropod. Wildlife Research 39(7):611-620.
Levin, Kelly, and Brian Peterson. 2011. Tradeoffs in the policy process in advancing climate change adaptation: the case of Australia's great eastern ranges initiative. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 3: 145-162. pdf
Sanchez, LM, D Lopez, BA Vesely, GD Togna, WH Gerwick, DE Kyle, and RG Linington. 2010. Almiramides A-C: Discovery and development of a new class of Leishmaniasis lead compounds. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 53: 4187-4197. pdf
Dowd, Brian M. 2008. Organic cotton in sub-Saharan Africa. A new development paradigm? in 251-271 in W.A. Moseley and L. C. Gray, (eds.) Cotton, Globalization, and Poverty in Africa. Hanging by a Thread. Center for International Studies Ohio University.
Vieira, D. L. M.,
A. Scariot, and K. D. Holl. 2007. Effects of habitat, cattle grazing and
selective logging on seedling survival and growth in dry forests of Central
Brazil. Biotropica 39:269-274.
Sampaio, A. B., K. D. Holl, and A. Scariot. 2007. Does restoration enhance regeneration of seasonal deciduous forests in pastures in central Brazil? Restoration Ecology 15:462-471
Sampaio, A. B., K. D. Holl, and A. Scariot. 2007. Regeneration of seasonal deciduous forest tree species in long-used pastures in Central Brazil. Biotropica 39:655-659 .
Vieira, D. L. M. and A. Scariot. 2006. Effects of logging, liana tangles and pasture on seed fate of dry forest tree species in Central Brazil. Forest Ecology and Management 230:197-205.
Vieira, Daniel L. M. and Aldicir Scariot. 2006. Principles of natural regeneration of tropical dry forests for restoration. Restoration Ecology 14:11-20.
Vieira, Daniel, Aldicir Scariot, Alexandre Sampaio, and Karen D. Holl. 2006. Tropical dry-forest regeneration from root suckers in Central Brazil. Journal of Tropical Ecology 22:353-357.