J. Antonio Guzmán Q.
J. Antonio Guzmán Q.
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca
TitleCited byYear
Can terrestrial laser scanners (TLSs) and hemispherical photographs predict tropical dry forest succession with liana abundance?
GA Sánchez-Azofeifa, JA Guzmán, M Vega-Araya, C Campos-Vargas, ...
Biogeosciences 14 (4), 977-988, 2017
192017
Twenty‐first century remote sensing technologies are revolutionizing the study of tropical forests
A Sanchez‐Azofeifa, J Antonio Guzmán, CA Campos, S Castro, ...
Biotropica, 2017
152017
Growth and photosynthetic performance of five tree seedlings species in response to natural light regimes from the Central Pacific of Costa Rica
JA Guzmán Q, RA Cordero S
Revista de Biología Tropical 61 (3), 1433-1444, 2013
142013
Comparing MODIS and near-surface vegetation indexes for monitoring tropical dry forest phenology along a successional gradient using optical phenology towers
C Rankine, GA Sánchez-Azofeifa, JA Guzmán, MM Espirito-Santo, I Sharp
Environmental Research Letters 12 (10), 105007, 2017
122017
Neighbourhood structure and light availability influence the variations in plant design of shrubs in two cloud forests of different successional status
JA Guzmán Q., RA Cordero
Annals of Botany 188 (1), 23-34, 2016
22016
Ecological advantage of leaf heteroblasty in Costus pulverulentus (Costaceae)
JA Guzmán Q.
Botany 93 (3), 151-158, 2015
22015
Efecto de la regeneración del bosque nuboso sobre la morfología floral y polinización del arbusto heterostílico Palicourea padifolia (Rubiaceae)
JA Guzmán Q, A Rodríguez-Corrales
Cuadernos de Investigación UNED 6 (2), 197-204, 2014
22014
MODIS and PROBA-V NDVI Products Differ when Compared with Observations from Phenological Towers at Four Tropical Dry Forests in the Americas
JA Guzmán, GA Sanchez-Azofeifa, MM Espírito-Santo
Remote Sensing 11 (19), 2316, 2019
12019
Discrimination of liana and tree leaves from a Neotropical Dry Forest using visible-near infrared and longwave infrared reflectance spectra
JA Guzman, B Rivard, GA Sánchez-Azofeifa
Remote Sensing of Environment 219, 135-144, 2018
12018
Differences in Leaf Temperature between Lianas and Trees in the Neotropical Canopy
JA Guzman, GA Sánchez-Azofeifa, B Rivard
Forests 9 (6), 307, 2018
12018
Neighborhood structure influences the convergence in light capture efficiency and carbon gain: an architectural approach for cloud forest shrubs.
JA Guzmán Q., RA Cordero S.
Tree Physiology 36 (6), 712-724, 2016
12016
Is forest cover conserved and restored by protected areas?: The case of two wild protected areas in the Central Pacific of Costa Rica
JA Guzmán Q., H Vega S.
International Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation 63 (3), 579-590, 2015
1*2015
Replication Data for: Differences in Leaf Temperature between Lianas and Trees in the Neotropical Canopy
JA Guzmán, GA Sánchez-Azofeifa, B Rivard
Harvard Dataverse, 2019
2019
Prediction of leaf functional traits of lianas and trees of the Neotropical Dry Forest using mid- and long-wave infrared reflectance
JA Guzmán, GA Sánchez-Azofeifa, B Rivard
European Geosciences Union General Assembly 20 (EGU2018-775-1), 2018
2018
Biomass allocation and gas exchange performance are affected by light conditions in seedlings of endangered Cedrela salvadorensis (Meliaceae)
JA Guzmán, RA Cordero, E Corea
International Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation 64 (3), 1143-1154, 2016
2016
Why do plants present heterophylly? The case of the leaf functional traits of Costus pulverulentus (Costaceae)
JA Guzmán Q.
New Frontiers in Tropical Biology: The Next 50 Years (A Joint Meeting of …, 2013
2013
Variation in growth and gas exchange among endangered tree species
RA Cordero, JA Guzmán, G Vargas, J Hidalgo-Mora, E Corea
New Frontiers in Tropical Biology: The Next 50 Years (A Joint Meeting of …, 2013
2013
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