Christopher Dick
Christopher Dick
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Pollen dispersal of tropical trees (Dinizia excelsa: Fabaceae) by native insects and African honeybees in pristine and fragmented Amazonian rainforest
CW Dick, G Etchelecu, F Austerlitz
Molecular Ecology 12 (3), 753-764, 2003
Pervasive alteration of tree communities in undisturbed Amazonian forests
WF Laurance, AA Oliveira, SG Laurance, R Condit, HEM Nascimento, ...
Nature 428 (6979), 171-175, 2004
Using genetic markers to estimate the pollen dispersal curve
F Austerlitz, CW Dick, C Dutech, EK Klein, S Oddou‐Muratorio, ...
Molecular ecology 13 (4), 937-954, 2004
Why do some tropical forests have so many species of trees?
EG Leigh Jr, P Davidar, CW Dick, J Terborgh, JP Puyravaud, H ter Steege, ...
Biotropica 36 (4), 447-473, 2004
Spatial scales of pollen and seed-mediated gene flow in tropical rain forest trees
CW Dick, OJ Hardy, FA Jones, RJ Petit
Tropical Plant Biology 1, 20-33, 2008
Forests of the past: a window to future changes
RJ Petit, FS Hu, CW Dick
science 320 (5882), 1450-1452, 2008
Genetic rescue of remnant tropical trees by an alien pollinator
C W. Dick
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
To self, or not to self… A review of outcrossing and pollen-mediated gene flow in neotropical trees
M Ward, CW Dick, R Gribel, AJ Lowe
Heredity 95 (4), 246-254, 2005
Minimum sample sizes for population genomics: an empirical study from an Amazonian plant species
AG Nazareno, JB Bemmels, CW Dick, LG Lohmann
Molecular ecology resources 17 (6), 1136-1147, 2017
The role of immigrants in the assembly of the South American rainforest tree flora
RT Pennington, CW Dick
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2004
Molecular systematic analysis reveals cryptic tertiary diversification of a widespread tropical rain forest tree
CW Dick, K Abdul-Salim, E Bermingham
The American Naturalist 162 (6), 691-703, 2003
Genetic structure of Mesoamerican populations of Big‐leaf mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) inferred from microsatellite analysis
RR Novick, MR Lemes, C Navarro, A Caccone, E Bermingham
Molecular Ecology 12 (11), 2885-2893, 2003
Long‐distance gene flow and cross‐Andean dispersal of lowland rainforest bees (Apidae: Euglossini) revealed by comparative mitochondrial DNA phylogeography
CW Dick, DW Roubik, KF Gruber, E Bermingham
Molecular Ecology 13 (12), 3775-3785, 2004
Extreme long‐distance dispersal of the lowland tropical rainforest tree Ceiba pentandra L. (Malvaceae) in Africa and the Neotropics
CW Dick, E Bermingham, MR Lemes, R Gribel
Molecular ecology 16 (14), 3039-3049, 2007
ForestGEO: Understanding forest diversity and dynamics through a global observatory network
SJ Davies, I Abiem, KA Salim, S Aguilar, D Allen, A Alonso, ...
Biological Conservation 253, 108907, 2021
Vulnerability and Resilience of Tropical Forest Species to Land‐Use Change
NE Stork, JA Coddington, RK Colwell, RL Chazdon, CW Dick, CA Peres, ...
Conservation Biology 23 (6), 1438-1447, 2009
The complex biogeographic history of a widespread tropical tree species
CW Dick, M Heuertz
Evolution 62 (11), 2760-2774, 2008
Phylogenetic relationships among megabats, microbats, and primates.
DP Mindell, CW Dick, RJ Baker
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (22), 10322-10326, 1991
Spatial genetic structure of Simarouba amara Aubl.(Simaroubaceae), a dioecious, animal-dispersed Neotropical tree, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama
BD Hardesty, CW Dick, A Kremer, S Hubbell, E Bermingham
Heredity 95 (4), 290-297, 2005
Native bees mediate long-distance pollen dispersal in a shade coffee landscape mosaic
S Jha, CW Dick
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (31), 13760-13764, 2010
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