Louise H. Emmons
Louise H. Emmons
Research Associate, Dept. Vertebrate Zoology, Smithsonian Institution, Nat. Mus. Nat. Hist.
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Neotropical rainforest mammals: a field guide
LH Emmons, F Feer
University of Chicago Press, 1997
The status of the world's land and marine mammals: diversity, threat, and knowledge
J Schipper, JS Chanson, F Chiozza, NA Cox, M Hoffmann, V Katariya, ...
Science 322 (5899), 225-230, 2008
Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas
WF Laurance, D Carolina Useche, J Rendeiro, M Kalka, CJA Bradshaw, ...
Nature 489 (7415), 290-294, 2012
Mammalian diversity in Neotropical lowland rainforests: a preliminary assessment
RS Voss, LH Emmons
American Museum of Natural History 230, 1-115, 1996
Fruit characters as a basis of fruit choice and seed dispersal in a tropical forest vertebrate community
A Gautier-Hion, JM Duplantier, R Quris, F Feer, C Sourd, JP Decoux, ...
Oecologia 65, 324-337, 1985
Comparative feeding ecology of felids in a neotropical rainforest
LH Emmons
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 20, 271-283, 1987
Geographic variation in densities and diversities of non-flying mammals in Amazonia
LH Emmons
Biotropica, 210-222, 1984
Mamíferos de los bosques húmedos de América tropical: una guía de campo
LH Emmons, F Feer
Editorial FAN, 1999
Tropical forest structure and the distribution of gliding and prehensile-tailed vertebrates
LH Emmons, AH Gentry
The American Naturalist 121 (4), 513-524, 1983
Geographical variation in fertility, phenology, and composition of the understory of Neotropical forests
AH Gentry, LH Emmons
Biotropica, 216-227, 1987
Ecosystem decay of Amazon forest remnants
TE Lovejoy, JM Rankin, RO Bierregaard Jr, KS Brown Jr, LH Emmons, ...
Extinctions. University of Chicago Press, Chicago 111, 295-325, 1984
A Field Study of Ocelots (Felis Pardalis) in Peru
LH Emmons
Rev. Ecol.(Terre Vie) 43 (133), 1988
Ecology and resource partitioning among nine species of African rain forest squirrels
LH Emmons
Ecological monographs 50 (1), 31-54, 1980
Ecological structure of the nonflying mammal community at Cocha Cashu biological station, Manu National Park, Peru
CH Janson, LH Emmons
Four neotropical rainforests. Yale University Press, New Haven, 314-338, 1990
Non-flying mammals as pollinating agents in the Amazonian forest
CH Janson, J Terborgh, LH Emmons
Biotropica, 1-6, 1981
Social organization of some Trinidad bats: I. Emballonuridae
JW Bradbury, LH Emmons
Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie 36 (1‐5), 137-183, 1974
Annotated checklist of bird and mammal species of Cocha Cashu biological station, Manu National Park, Peru
JW Terborgh, JW Fitzpatrick, L Emmons
Tupai: a field study of Bornean treeshrews
L Emmons
Univ of California Press, 2000
Status of Forest Remmants in the Cordillera de la Costa and Adjacent Areas of Southwestern Ecuador.
L Emmons, L Albuja Viteri
Conservation International, 1992
A comparison of the diets of three major groups of primary consumers of Gabon (primates, squirrels and ruminants)
A Gautier-Hion, LH Emmons, G Dubost
Oecologia 45, 182-189, 1980
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