John W. Terborgh

Affiliations: 
Biology Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
Plant-animal interactgions, tropical ecology and conservation
Website:
http://fds.duke.edu/db/aas/Biology/manu
Google:
"John W Terborgh"
Bio:

https://web.duke.edu/ctc/index.html

Parents

Sign in to add mentor
Kenneth Vivian Thimann grad student 1963 Harvard
 (Studies on the growth and morphogenesis of Acetabularia crenulata)

Children

Sign in to add trainee
David S. Wilcove grad student Princeton (Evolution Tree)
Catherine A. Toft grad student 1977 Princeton
John W. Fitzpatrick grad student 1978 Princeton
Scott K. Robinson grad student 1984
Nigel C. Pitman grad student 2000 Duke
Kenneth J. Feeley grad student 2001-2005 Duke
Nicolette L. Cagle grad student 2008 Duke
Varun Swamy grad student 2008 Duke
Ronald W. Sutherland grad student 2009 Duke
Mark Higgins grad student 2010 Duke
BETA: Related publications

Publications

You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Householder JE, Wittmann F, Schöngart J, et al. (2024) Author Correction: One sixth of Amazonian tree diversity is dependent on river floodplains. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Householder JE, Wittmann F, Schöngart J, et al. (2024) One sixth of Amazonian tree diversity is dependent on river floodplains. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Cooper DLM, Lewis SL, Sullivan MJP, et al. (2024) Consistent patterns of common species across tropical tree communities. Nature
Ter Steege H, Pitman NCA, do Amaral IL, et al. (2023) Mapping density, diversity and species-richness of the Amazon tree flora. Communications Biology. 6: 1130
Peripato V, Levis C, Moreira GA, et al. (2023) More than 10,000 pre-Columbian earthworks are still hidden throughout Amazonia. Science (New York, N.Y.). 382: 103-109
Pak D, Swamy V, Alvarez-Loayza P, et al. (2023) Multiscale phenological niches of seed fall in diverse Amazonian plant communities. Ecology. e4022
Pos E, de Souza Coelho L, de Andrade Lima Filho D, et al. (2023) Unraveling Amazon tree community assembly using Maximum Information Entropy: a quantitative analysis of tropical forest ecology. Scientific Reports. 13: 2859
Martínez AE, Ponciano JM, Gomez JP, et al. (2023) The structure and organisation of an Amazonian bird community remains little changed after nearly four decades in Manu National Park. Ecology Letters
Whitworth A, Beirne C, Basto A, et al. (2022) Disappearance of an ecosystem engineer, the white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari), leads to density compensation and ecological release. Oecologia
Steur G, Ter Steege H, Verburg RW, et al. (2022) Relationships between species richness and ecosystem services in Amazonian forests strongly influenced by biogeographical strata and forest types. Scientific Reports. 12: 5960
See more...