Henry F. Howe, Ph.D.

Biological Sciences University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
dispersal, restoration
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Guzmán CA, Howe HF, Wise DH, et al. (2021) Rodent suppression of seedling establishment in tropical pasture. Oecologia
de la Peña-Domene M, Minor ES, Howe HF. (2016) Restored connectivity facilitates recruitment by an endemic large-seeded tree in a fragmented tropical landscape. Ecology. 97: 2511-2517
Zambrano J, Coates R, Howe HF. (2015) Seed predation in a human-modified tropical landscape Journal of Tropical Ecology. 31: 379-383
Sethi P, Howe HF. (2012) Fruit removal by hornbills in a semi-evergreen forest of the Indian Eastern Himalaya Journal of Tropical Ecology. 28: 531-541
Howe HF, Urincho-Pantaleon Y, de la Peña-Domene M, et al. (2010) Early seed fall and seedling emergence: precursors to tropical restoration. Oecologia. 164: 731-40
Zaya DN, Howe HF. (2009) The anomalous Kentucky coffeetree: megafaunal fruit sinking to extinction? Oecologia. 161: 221-6
Cordeiro NJ, Ndangalasi HJ, McEntee JP, et al. (2009) Disperser limitation and recruitment of an endemic African tree in a fragmented landscape. Ecology. 90: 1030-41
Sethi P, Howe HF. (2009) Recruitment of hornbill-dispersed trees in hunted and logged forests of the Indian Eastern Himalaya. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 23: 710-8
Martínez-Garza C, Flores-Palacios A, De La Peña-Domene M, et al. (2009) Seed rain in a tropical agricultural landscape Journal of Tropical Ecology. 25: 541-550
Kramer AT, Ison JL, Ashley MV, et al. (2008) The paradox of forest fragmentation genetics. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 22: 878-85
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