rene boot
rene boot
Professor of Tropical Forest Policy and Management, Utrecht University
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Long-term decline of the Amazon carbon sink
RJW Brienen, OL Phillips, TR Feldpausch, E Gloor, TR Baker, J Lloyd, ...
Nature 519 (7543), 344-348, 2015
The relation between above-and belowground biomass allocation patterns and competitive ability
R Aerts, RGA Boot, PJM Van der Aart
Oecologia 87 (4), 551-559, 1991
Improved tropical forest management for carbon retention
FE Putz, PA Zuidema, MA Pinard, RGA Boot, JA Sayer, D Sheil, P Sist, ...
PLoS biology 6 (7), e166, 2008
Demography of the Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa) in the Bolivian Amazon: impact of seed extraction on recruitment and population dynamics
PA Zuidema, RGA Boot
Journal of Tropical Ecology 18 (1), 1-31, 2002
Approaches to developing sustainable extraction systems for tropical forest products
RGA Boot, RE Gullison
Ecological applications 5 (4), 896-903, 1995
Hyperdominance in Amazonian forest carbon cycling
S Fauset, MO Johnson, M Gloor, TR Baker, A Monteagudo, RJW Brienen, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-9, 2015
Leaf traits and herbivory rates of tropical tree species differing in successional status
L Poorter, M Van de Plassche, S Willems, RGA Boot
Plant biology 6 (06), 746-754, 2004
Compositional response of Amazon forests to climate change
A Esquivel‐Muelbert, TR Baker, KG Dexter, SL Lewis, RJW Brienen, ...
Global change biology 25 (1), 39-56, 2019
Size and morphology of root systems of perennial grasses from contrasting habitats as affected by nitrogen supply
RGA Boot, M Mensink
Plant and Soil 129 (2), 291-299, 1990
Photosynthetic rates in relation to leaf phosphorus content in pioneer versus climax tropical rainforest trees
D Raaimakers, RGA Boot, P Dijkstra, S Pot
Oecologia 102 (1), 120-125, 1995
Vegetation succession on the dunes near Oostvoorne, The Netherlands; a comparison of the vegetation in 1959 and 1980
E van der Maarel, R Boot, D van Dorp, J Rijntjes
Vegetatio 58 (3), 137-187, 1985
Livelihood strategies and forest dependence: New insights from Bolivian forest communities
M Zenteno, PA Zuidema, W de Jong, RGA Boot
Forest Policy and Economics 26, 12-21, 2013
The significance of size and morphology of root systems for nutrient acquisition and competition
RGA Boot
Causes and consequences of variation in growth rate and productivity of …, 1989
Seasonal drought limits tree species across the Neotropics
A Esquivel‐Muelbert, TR Baker, KG Dexter, SL Lewis, H Ter Steege, ...
Ecography 40 (5), 618-629, 2017
Variation in stem mortality rates determines patterns of above‐ground biomass in A mazonian forests: implications for dynamic global vegetation models
MO Johnson, D Galbraith, M Gloor, H De Deurwaerder, M Guimberteau, ...
Global change biology 22 (12), 3996-4013, 2016
Growth and carbon economy of a fast-growing and a slow-growing grass species as dependent on nitrate supply
H Poorter, CADM van de Vijver, RGA Boot, H Lambers
Plant and Soil 171 (2), 217-227, 1995
Vegetation succession on the dunes near Oostvoorne, The Netherlands, since 1934, interpreted from air photographs and vegetation maps
D van Dorp, R Boot, E van der Maarel
Vegetatio 58 (3), 123-136, 1985
Enrichment planting of Bertholletia excelsa in secondary forest in the Bolivian Amazon: effect of cutting line width on survival, growth and crown traits
M Peņa-Claros, RGA Boot, J Dorado-Lora, A Zonta
Forest Ecology and Management 161 (1-3), 159-168, 2002
The significance of seedling size and growth rate of tropical rain forest tree seedlings for regeneration in canopy openings
RGA Boot
Man and the Biosphere Series 17, 267-284, 1996
Effect of nitrogen supply on growth, allocation and gas exchange characteristics of two perennial grasses from inland dunes
RGA Boot, KC den Dubbelden
Oecologia 85 (1), 115-121, 1990
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