S. Joseph Wright

106 publications found


Kurten, Erin L., Wright, S. J. and Carson, Walter P. 2015. Hunting alters seedling functional trait composition in a Neotropical forest. Ecology, 96(7): 1923-1932. doi:10.1890/14-1735.1 [Download]
Pasquini, Sarah C., Wright, S. J. and Santiago, Louis. 2015. Lianas always outperform tree seedlings regardless of soil nutrients: results from a long-term fertilization experiment. Ecology, 96(7): 1866-1876. doi:10.1890/14-1660.1 [Download]
Schrodt, Franziska, Kattge, Jens, Shan, Hanuai, Fazayeli, Farideh, Joswig, Julia, Banerjee, Arindam, Reichstein, Markus, Bonisch, Gerhard, Diaz, Sandra, Dickie, John, Gillison, Andy, Karpatne, Anuj, Lavorel, Sandra, Leadley, Paul, Wirth, Christian B., Wright, Ian J., Wright, S. Joseph and Reich, Peter B. 2015. BHPMF – a hierarchical Bayesian approach to gap-filling and trait prediction for macroecology and functional biogeography. Global Ecology and Biogeography, doi:10.1111/geb.12335 [Download]


Queenborough, Simon A.; Metz, Margaret R.; Valencia, Renato; Wright, S. Joseph. 2013. Demographic consequences of chromatic leaf defence in tropical tree communities: do red young leaves increase growth and survival?. Annals of Botany, pp. 1-8 [Download]


Brooks, TM, SJ Wright and D Sheil. 2009. Conserving tropical forest biodiversity: evidence for what works. Conservation Biology 23: 1448–1457 [Download]
Dent, DH and SJ Wright. 2009. The future of tropical species in secondary forests: a quantitative review. Biological Conservation. 142: 2833-2843. [Download]
Koehler, B, MD Corre, E Veldkamp, H Wullaert, SJ Wright. 2009. Immediate and long-term nitrogen oxide emissions from tropical forest soils exposed to elevated nitrogen input. Global Change Biology 15:2049–2066. [Download]
Laurance, WF and SJ Wright. 2009. New insights into the tropical biodiversity crisis. Conservation Biology 23: 1382–1385 [Download]
Sanchez-Azofeifa, GA, K Castro, SJ Wright, J Gamon, M Kalacska, B Rivard, SA Schnitzer, JL Feng. 2009. Differences in leaf traits, leaf internal structure, and spectral reflectance between two communities of lianas and trees: Implications for remote sensing in tropical regions. Remote Sensing of Environment. 113: 2076-2088. [Download]
Wright, SJ, HC Muller-Landau and J Schipper. 2009. The future of tropical species on a warmer planet. Conservation Biology 23: 1418–1426 [Download]
Yavitt, JB, KE Harms, MN Garcia, SJ Wright, F. He and MJ Mirabelo. 2009. Spatial heterogeneity of soil chemical properties in a lowland tropical moist forest, Panama. Australian Journal of Soil Research 47: 674-687. [Download]


Alexander R. Barron, NinaWurzburger, Jean Phillipe Bellenger, S. Joseph Wright, Anne M. L. Kraepiel and Lars O. Hedin. 2008. Molybdenum limitation of asymbiotic nitrogen fixation in tropical forest soils. Nature geoscience. [Download]
J. -C. Svenning, T. Fabbro and S. J. Wright. 2008. Seedling interactions in a tropical forest in Panama. Oecologia 155:143–150 [Download]
Joseph B. Yavitt, and S. Joseph Wright. 2008. Seedling growth responses to water and nutrient augmentation in the understorey of a lowland moist forest, Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 24:19–26. [Download]
Kaspari M, SJ Wright, JB Yavitt, KE Harms, M Garcia, M Santana. 2008. Multiple nutrients limit litterfall and decomposition in a tropical forest. Ecology Letters 11: 35-43 [Download]
Margaret R. Metz, Liza S. Comita, Yu-Yun Chen, Natalia Norden, Richard Condit, Stephen P. Hubbell, I-Fang Sun, Nur Supardi bin Md. Noor and S. Joseph Wright. 2008. Temporal and spatial variability in seedling dynamics: a cross-site comparison in four lowland tropical forests. Journal of Tropical Ecology 24:9–18. [Download]
Muller-Landau, HC, SJ Wright, O Calderon, R Condit and SP Hubbell. 2008. Interspecific variation in primary seed dispersal in a tropical forest. Journal of Ecology 96: 653–667. [Download]
Nigel E. Stork, Stephen M. Turton, William F. Laurance, Jiro Kikkawa, Jeff rey A. McNeely, Jeff rey Sayer and S. Joseph Wright. 2008. Lessons for other tropical forest landscapes. 618-622. London: Blackwell Scientific. [Download]
Patrick A. Jansen, Stephanie A. Bohlman, Carol X. Garzon-Lopez, Han Olff, Helene C. Muller-Landau and S. Joseph Wright. 2008. Large-scale spatial variation in palm fruit abundance across a tropical moist forest estimated from high-resolution aerial photographs. Ecography 31: 33-42 [Download]
Poorter, L, SJ Wright, H Paz, DD Ackerly, R Condit, G Ibarra-Manríquez, KE Harms, JC Licona, M Martínez-Ramos, SJ Mazer, HC Muller-Landau, M Peña-Claros, CO Webb, IJ Wright. 2008. Are functional traits good predictors of demographic rates? Evidence from five Neotropical forests. Ecology 89:1908-1920. [Download]
S. Joseph Wright. 2008. Foreword. In: Walter P. Carson;Stefan A. Schnitzer (Ed.), Tropical forest community ecology: xi-xii. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. [Download]
S. Joseph Wright. 2008. International perspective: Ecological processes and ecosystem services in the wet tropics. In: Nigel E. Stork;Stephen M. Turton (Ed.), Living in a dynamic tropical forest landscape: 2061-262. Malden: Blackwell Publishing. [Download]
Shoko Sakai and S. Joseph Wright. 2008. Reproductive ecology of 21 coexisting Psychotria species (Rubiaceae): when is heterostyly lost?. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2008, 93, 125–134. [Download]
Wright, SJ and MJ Samaniego. 2008. Historical, demographic and economic correlates of land use change in the Republic of Panama. Ecology and Society 13: Online [Download]
Wright, SJ, A Trakhtenbrot, G Bohrer, M Detto, GG Katul, N Horvitz, HC Muller-Landau, FA Jones, R Nathan. 2008. Understanding strategies for seed dispersal by wind under contrasting atmospheric conditions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (USA) 105: 19084-19089. [Download]


"The effect of climatic gradients, topographic variation and species traits on the beta diversity of rain forest trees. Priya Davidar, B. Rajagopal, D. Mohandass, Jean-Philippe Puyravaud, Richard Condit, S. J. Wright and E. G. Leigh Jr. Global Ecology and Biogeography, (Global Ecol. Biogeogr.) (2007)" [Download]
Gerardo Avalos;Stephen S. Mulkey;Kaoru Kitajima;S. Joseph Wright. 2007. Colonization strategies of two liana species in a tropical dry forest canopy. Biotropica 39(3): 393-399. [Download]
I. Fang Sun;Yu-Yun Chen;Stephen P. Hubbell;S. Joseph Wright;Md. Nur Supardi Noor. 2007. Seed predation during general flowering events of varying magnitude in a Malaysian rain forest. Journal of Ecology 95(4): 818-827. [Download]
Ian J. Wright, David D. Ackerly, Frans Bongers, Kyle E. Harms, Guillermo Ibarra-Manriquez, Miguel Martinez-Ramos, Susan J. Mazer, Helene C. Muller-Landau, Horacio Paz, Nigel C. A. Pitman, Lourens Poorter, Miles R. Silman, Corine F. Vriesendorp, Cam O. Webb, Mark Westoby and S. Joseph Wright. 2007. Relationships Among Ecologically Important Dimensions of Plant Trait Variation in Seven Neotropical Forests. Annals of Botany 99: 1003–1015 [Download]
Jess K. Zimmerman;S. Joseph Wright;Osvaldo Calderon;M. Aponte Pagan;Steven R. Paton. 2007. Flowering and fruiting phenologies of seasonal and aseasonal Neotropical forests: The role of annual changes in irradiance. Journal of Tropical Ecology 23(2): 231-251. [Download]
Kathryn E. Stoner;Kevina Vulinec;S. Joseph Wright;Carlos A. Peres. 2007. Hunting and plant community dynamics in tropical forests: A synthesis and future directions. Biotropica 39(3): 385-392. [Download]
Kenneth J. Feeley;S. Joseph Wright;Noor Supardi Md. Nor;Abdul Rahman Kassim;Stuart James Davies. 2007. Decelerating growth in tropical forest trees. Ecology Letters 10(1): 461-469. [Download]
Maria N. Miriti, Susana Rodríguez-Buriticá, S. Joseph Wright, and Henry F. Howe. 2007. Episodic Death Across Species of Desert Shrubs. Ecology: Vol. 88, No. 1, pp. 32-36. [Download]
S. Joseph Wright;Andres Hernandez;Richard S. Condit. 2007. The bushmeat harvest alters seedling banks by favoring lianas, large seeds, and seeds dispersed by bats, birds, and wind. Biotropica 39(3): 363-371. [Download]
S. Joseph Wright;G. Arturo Sanchez-Azofeifa;Carlos Portillo-Quintero;Diane Davies. 2007. Poverty and corruption compromise tropical forest reserves. Ecological Applications 17(5): 1259-1266. [Download]
S. Joseph Wright;Kathryn E. Stoner;Noelle G. Beckman;Richard T. Corlett;Rodolfo Dirzo;Helene C. Muller-Landau;Gabriela Nunez-Iturri;Carlos A. Peres;Benjamin C. Wang. 2007. The plight of large animals in tropical forests and the consequences for plant regeneration. Biotropica 39(3): 289-291. [Download]


Response to Lewis et al.: The uncertain response of tropical forests to global change. S. Joseph Wright. TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution. Vol.21 No.4 April 2006 [Download]
The Future of Tropical Forest Species. S. Joseph Wright. Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Apartado 0843-03092, Balboa, Ancón, Panamá, República de Panamá and Helene C. Muller-Landau. Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A. BIOTROPICA 38(3): 287–301 2006. [Download]
The relative roles of environment, history and local dispersal in controlling the distributions of common tree and shrub species in a tropical forest landscape, Panama. Jens-Christian Svenning, Bettina M. J. Engelbrecht, David A. Kinner, Thomas A. Kursar, Robert F. Stallard and S. Joseph Wright. Printed in the United Kingdom [Download]
The Uncertain Future of Tropical Forest Species. S. Joseph Wright. Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Apartado 0843-03092, Balboa, Ancón, Panamá, República de Panamá and Helene C. Muller-Landau. Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A. Journal compilation © 2006 by The Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation. BIOTROPICA 38(4): 443–445 2006 COMMENTARY. [Download]


ANNUAL AND SPATIAL VARIATION IN SEEDFALL AND SEEDLING RECRUITMENT IN A NEOTROPICAL FOREST. S. Joseph Wright, Helene C. Muller-Landau, Osvaldo Calderón and Andrés Hernandéz. Ecology, 86(4), 2005, pp. 848–860 © 2005 by the Ecological Society of America [Download]
ECOPHYSIOLOGY. Mirjam K. R. Würth - Susanna Peláez-Riedl S. Joseph. Wright - Christian Körner. Non-structural carbohydrate pools in a tropical forest Oecologia (2005) 143: 11–24 DOI 10.1007/ s00442-004-1773-2 © Springer-Verlag 2004 [Download]
Reproductive size thresholds in tropical trees: variation among individuals, species and forests. S. Joseph Wright, M. Alejandra Jaramillo, Javier Pavon, Richard Condit, Stephen P. Hubbell, and Robin B. Foster. Journal of Tropical Ecology (2005) 21:307–315. Copyright © 2005 [Download]
Seed limitation in a Panamanian forest. Jens-Christian Svenning and S. Joseph Wright. Department of Biological Sciences, University of Aarhus, Ny Munkegade, build. 540, DK-8000 Aarhus C,Denmark and Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Apartado 2072, Balboa, Ancón, Republic of Panamá. British Ecological Society. Journal of Ecology 2005 93, 853–862 [Download]
Tropical forests in a changing environment. S. Joseph Wright, TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution. Vol.20 October 2005 [Download]
Tropical mountain cradles of dry forest diversity. Christopher W. Dick and S. Joseph Wright [Download]


ARE LIANAS INCREASING IN IMPORTANCE IN TROPICAL FORESTS? A 17-YEAR RECORD FROM PANAMA. S. Joseph Wright, Osvaldo Ccalderón, Andrés Hernandéz, and Steve Paton. Ecology, 85(2), 2004, pp. 484–489 © 2004 by the Ecological Society of America [Download]
Seasonal drought and dry-season irrigation influence leaf-litter nutrients and soil enzymes in a moist, lowland forest in Panama. Joseph B. Yavitt, S. Joseph Wright and R. Kelman Wieder. Austral Ecology (2004) 29, 177–188 [Download]
Why Do Some Tropical Forests Have So Many Species of Trees?. BIOTROPICA 36(4): 447–473 2004. Egbert Giles Leigh Jr., Priya Davidar, Christopher W. Dick, Jean-Philippe Puyravaud, John Terborgh, Hans ter Steege, andStuart Joseph Wright [Download]


Cloud cover limits net CO2 uptake and growth of a rainforest tree during tropical rainy seasons. Eric A. Graham, Stephen S. Mulkey, Kaoru Kitajima, Nathan G. Phillips, and S. Joseph Wright [Download]
Ecology, 84(12), 2003, pp. 3174–3185 © 2003 by the Ecological Society of America. GAP-DEPENDENT RECRUITMENT, REALIZED VITAL RATES, AND SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS OF TROPICAL TREES. S. Joseph Wright, Helene C. Muller-Landau, Richard Condit, and Stephen P. Hubbell [Download]
REVIEW. Biodiversity Meets the Atmosphere: A Global View of Forest Canopies. C. M. P. Ozanne, D. Anhuf, S. L. Boulter, M. Keller, R. L. Kitching, C. Körner, F. C. Meinzer, A. W. Mitchell, T. Nakashizuka, P. L. Silva Dias, N. E. Stork, S. J. Wright, M. Yoshimura - SCIENCE VOL. 301 - JULY 2003 [Download]
Seed dispersal and density-dependent seed and seedling survival in Trichilia tuberculata and Miconia argentea. H. C. Muller-Landau, J. W. Dalling, K. E. Harms, S. J. Wright, Condit, S. P. Hubbell, R. B. Foster. Chicago University Press. [Download]
The myriad consequences of hunting for vertebrates and plants in tropical forests. S. Joseph Wright. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. Vol. 6/1,2, pp. 73–86 © Urban & Fischer Verlag, 2003 [Download]


AN ECOSYSTEM REPORT ON THE PANAMA CANAL; MONITORING THE STATUS OF THE FOREST COMMUNITIES AND THE WATERSHED. Roberto Ibáñez, Richard Condit, George Angehr, Salomón Aguilar, Tomas García, Raul Martínez, Amelia Sanjur, Robert Stallard, S. Joseph Wright, A. Stanley Rand and Stanley Heckadon. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 80: 65-95, 2002 [Download]
Assessing Recruitment Limitation: Concepts, Methods and Case-studies from a Tropical Forest. Helene C. Muller-Landau, S. Joseph Wright, Osvaldo Calderón, Stephen P. Hubbell, and Robin B. Foster. © CAB International2002. Seed Dispersal and Frugivory: Ecology, Evolution and Conservation (eds D.J. Levey, W.R. Silva and M. Galetti) [Download]
Beta Diversity in Tropical Forests. J. F. Duivenvoorden, J.-C. Svenning, S. J.Wright. 25 JANUARY 2002 VOL. 295 SCIENCE [Download]
Beta-Diversity in Tropical. Forests, S. J. Wright., SCIENCE VOL. 297. 30 August 2002 [Download]
CONSEQUENCES OF VARIABLE REPRODUCTION FOR SEEDLING RECRUITMENT IN THREE NEOTROPICAL TREE SPECIES. Diane de Steven and S. Joseph Wright. Ecology, 83(8), 2002, pp. 2315–2327 © 2002 by the Ecological Society of America [Download]
Elizabeth A. Newell · Stephen S. Mulkey S. Joseph Wright. Seasonal patterns of carbohydrate storage in four tropical tree species Received: 3 July 2001 / Accepted: 3 January 2002 / Published online: 14 March 2002 © Springer-Verlag 2002. Oecologia (2002) 131:333–342 DOI 10.1007/ s00442-002-0888-6 ECOPHYSIOLOGY [Download]
Plant diversity in tropical forests: a review of mechanisms of species coexistence. S. Joseph Wright. Oecologia (2002) 130:1–14 DOI 10.1007/s004420100809. Springer-Verlag 2001 [Download]
Role of dispersal in the recruitment limitation of neotropical pioneer species. J. W. Dalling, H. C. Muller-Landau, S. J. Wright and S. P. Hubbell. Journal of Ecology 2002 90, 714–727 [Download]
Survival and ecophysiology of tree seedlings during El Niño drought in a tropical moist forest in Panama. Bettina M. J. Engelbrecht, S. Joseph Wright and Diane de Steven. Journal of Tropical Ecology (2002) 18:569–579. With 2 figures. Copyright © 2002 Cambridge University Press. DOI:10.1017/ S0266467402002377 Printed in the United Kingdom [Download]


Drought and Irrigation Effects on Fine Root Dynamics in a Tropical Moist Forest, Panama Joseph B. Yavitt Department of Natural Resources, Fernow Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 14853, U.S.A. and S. Joseph Wright Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Apartado 2072, Balboa, Republic of Panama. BIOTROPICA 33(3): 421–434 2001 [Download]
Intrinsic water-use efficiency and heterotrophic investment in tropical leaf growth of two Neotropical pioneer tree species as estimated from δ13C values. V. J. Terwilliger, K. Kitajima, D. J. Le Roux-Swarthout, S. Mulkey and S. Joseph. Wright. [Download]
Poachers and Forest Fragmentation Alter Seed Dispersal, Seed Survival, and Seedling Recruitment in the Palm Attalea butyraceae, with Implications for Tropical Tree Diversity. S. Joseph Wright and Herbert C. Duber Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Apartado 2072, Balboa, Ancón, Republic of Panama. BIOTROPICA 33(4): 583–595 2001 [Download]
THE EFFECTS OF NEIGHBORS ON THE DEMOGRAPHY OF A DOMINANT DESERT SHRUB (AMBROSIA DUMOSA). Maria N. Miriti, S. Joseph Wright, and Henry F. Howe. Ecological Monographs, 71(4), 2001, pp. 491–509 © 2001 by the Ecological Society of America [Download]
The Status of the Panama Canal Watershed and Its Biodiversity at the Beginning of the 21st Century. Richard Condit, W. Douglas Robinson, Roberto Ibáñez, Salomón Aguilar, Amelia Sanjur, Raúl Martínez, Robert F. Stallard, Tomas García, George R. Angehr, Liza Petit, S. Joseph Wright, Tara R. Robinson, and Stanley Heckadon. May 2001-Vol. 51 No. 5 - BioScience 389 - 398 [Download]


Fernando Valladares, S. Joseph Wright, Eloisa Lasso, Kaoru Kitajima, and Robert W. Pearcy. Plastic Phenotypic Response to Light of 16 Congeneric Shrubs from a Panamanian Rainforest. Ecology, 81(7), 2000, pp. 1925–1936 © 2000 by the Ecological Society of America [Download]
Letters to Nature, Pervasive density-dependent recruitment enhances seedling diversity in a tropical forest. Kyle E. Harms, S. Joseph Wright, Osvaldo Calderón, Andrés Hernández & Edward Allen Herre. NATURE, VOL 404, 30 MARCH 2000, [Download]
Poachers Alter Mammal Abundance, Seed Dispersal, and Seed Predation in a Neotropical Forest. S. Joseph Wright, Horacio Zeballos, Iván Domínguez, Marina M. Gallardo, Marta C. Moreno, and Roberto Ibáñez. Conservation Biology, Pages 227–239. Volume 14, No. 1, February 2000 [Download]


Effects of irrigation on litterfall, fine root biomas and production in a semifeciduous lowland forest in Panama. Jaime Cavelier, S. Joseph Wright and Johanna Santamaria. Plant and Soil 211: 207-213, 1999. [Download]
Interspecific synchrony and asynchrony in the fruiting phenologies of congeneric bird-dispersed plants in Panama. Brigitte Poulin, S. Joseph Wright, Gaetan Lefebvre and Osvaldo Calderon. Journal of Tropical Ecology (1999) 15:213-227. With 6 figures. [Download]
La Cuenca del Canal: Deforestación, urbanización y contaminación. Proyecto de monitoreo de la cuenca del canal de Panama - Sumario Ejecutivo. Roberto Ibáñez D. George Angehr and Joseph Wright. [Download]
La oscilación austral de "El Niño": Producción variable de frutos y hambruna en un bosque tropical. S. Joseph Wright, Claudio Carrasco, Osvaldo Calderón y Steve Paton. [Download]
Partitioning of soil water among canopy trees in a seasonally dry tropical forest. Frederick C. Meinzer, José Luis Andrade, Guillermo Goldstein, N. Michele Holbrook, Jaime Cavelier, S. Joseph Wright. Oecologia (1999) 121:293–301 © Springer-Verlag 1999. [Download]
The el Niño southern oscillation, Variable fruit production, and famine in a tropical forest. S. Joseph Wright, Claudio Carrasco, Osvaldo Calderon, and Steve Paton, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Apartado 2072, Balboa, Ancon, Republic of Panama. Ecology, 80(5), 1999, pp. 1632–1647 [Download]


Craning for a better view: the Canopy Crane Network. S. Joseph Wright, Stephen S. Mulkey. Tree vol. 12, no. 11 november 1997 [Download]
Decline of phosotynthetic capacity with leaf age in realtion to leaf longevities for five tropical canopy tree species. Kaoru Kitajima, Stephen S. Mulkey and S. Joseph Wright. American Journal of Botany 84(5): 702-708. [Download]
Does Mammal community composition control recruitment in neotropical forests? Evidence from Panama. Nigel M. Asquith, S. Joseph Wright, and Maria J. Clauss. Ecology, Vol. 78, No. 3 [Download]
Seasonal leaf phenotypes in the canopy of a tropical dry forest: photosynthetic characteristics and associated traits, Kaoru Kitajima, Stephen S. Mulke and S. Joseph Wright. Oecologia (1997) 109:490–498 © Springer-Verlag 1997 [Download]


15 Phenological Responses to Seasonality in Tropical Forest Plants, S. Joseph Wright. [Download]


Dendroecological Analysis of Cordia Alliodora Pseudobombax Septenatum and Annona Spraguei in Central Panama. Margaret S. Devall, Bernard R. Parresol & S. Joseph Wright. IAWA Journal, Vol. 16 (4), 1995: 411-424. [Download]
Phylogenetic Patterns among tropical Flowering Phenologies. S. Joseph Wright, Osvaldo Calderon, Journal of Ecology, Volume 83, Issue 6 (Dec., 1995), 937-948. [Download]
The Effects of the rainy season and irrigation on soil water and oxygen in a seasonal forest in Panama. Thomas A. Kursar, S. Joseph Wright and Ricardo Radulovich. Journal of Tropical Ecology (1995) 11:497-516. With 7 figures. [Download]
Tropical Forest Litter Dynamics and Dry Season Irrigation on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. R. Kelman Wieder, S. Joseph Wright. Ecology, Volume 76, Issue 6 (Sep., 1995), 1971-1979. [Download]


Chapter 12. Long term Population fluctuations of a tropical Lizard; A test of casuality. Robin M. Andrews And S. Joseph Wright. [Download]
Effects of Mammalian Hebivores on plant recruitment in two neotropical forest. John Terborg, S. Joseph Wright. Ecology, Volume 75, Issue 6 (Sep., 1994), 1829-1833. [Download]
Light and the Phenology of Tropical Trees. S. Joseph Wright, Carel P. van Shaik. American Naturalist, Volume 143, Issue 1 (Jan., 1994), 192-199 [Download]


Evolutionary Ecology. The decline of tree diversity on newly isolated tropical islands: a test of a null hypothesis and some implicantions. Egbert G. Leigh Jr, S. Joseph Wright and Edward Allen Herre, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. Francis E. Putz, Department of Botany, University of Florida, Gainesville. 1993, 7, 76-102 Chapman & Hall. [Download]
The Pheonology of tropical forest: Adaptive Significance and Consequences for Primary consumers. Carel P. van Shaik, John W. Terborgh, S. Joseph Wright. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, Volume 24 (1993), 353-377. [Download]


Seasonal Drought and Phenology of Understory shrubs in a tropical moist forest. S. Joseph Wright. Ecology, Volume 72, Issue 5 (Oct., 1991), 1643-1657. [Download]


Barro Colorado Island and Tropical Biology, Egbert Giles Leigh, JR, and S. Joseph Wright [Download]
Seasonal Drought and Leaf fall in a Tropical Forest. S. Joseph Wright, Fernando H. Cornejo. Ecology, Volume 71, Issue 3 (Jun., 1990), 1165-1175 [Download]
The Spatial pattern and Reproductive Consequences of Outbreak Defoliation in Quararibea Asterolepis, A Tropical Tree. Marina Wong, S. Joseph Wright, Stephen P. Hubbell, Robin B. Foster. Journal of Ecology, Volume 78, Issue 3 (Sep., 1990), 579-588 [Download]


Ecological Interpretation of Leaf Carbon Isotope Ratios: Influence of Respired Carbon Dioxide. Leonel Da Silvera, Lobo Sternberg, Stephen S. Mulkey, S. Joseph Wright. Ecology, Volume 70, Issue 5 (Oct., 1989), 1317-1324 [Download]


Interspecific Interaction and Similarity in Species Composition. David H. Hamill, S. Joseph Wright. American Naturalist, Volume 131, Issue 3, (Mar., 1988), 412-423. [Download]
Patterns of Abundance and the Form of the Species-Area Relation. S. Joseph Wright. American Naturalist, Volume 131, Issue 3 (Mar., 1988), 401-411. [Download]


Spatial Pattern and Mortality in the Desert Mallow (Sphaeralcea ambigua). Henry F. Howe and S. Joseph Wright. Department of Biology, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242. [Download]
Testing the dispersion of juveniles relative to adults: A new analytic method. David N. Hamill, S. Joseph Wright. Ecology, Volume 67, Issue 4 (Aug., 1986), 952-957. [Download]


Mortality rates of insular anolis Lizards: a Systematic Effect of Island Area? S. Joseph Wright, Robert Kimsey, Claudia J. Campbell. American Naturalist, Volume 123, Issue 1 (Jan., 1984), 134-142. [Download]


Empty sites and the analysis of Presence-Absence Data, S. Joseph Wright, Carl C. Biehl. American naturalist, volumen 122, issue 6 (Dec., 1983), 833-834 [Download]
The dispersion of Eggs by a Bruchid Beetle among scheelea Palm seeds and the effect of distance to the parent palm. S. Joseph Wright. Ecology, volume 64, issue 5 (Oct., 1983), 1016-1021 [Download]


Island biogeographic Distributions: Testing for Random, Regular, and Aggregated Patterns of Species Occurrence. S. Joseph Wright, Carl C. Biehl, American Naturalist, Volume 119, Issue 3, (Mar., 1982), 345-357 [Download]


Extinction-Mediated Competition: The Anolis Lizards and Insectivorous Birds of the West Indies. S. Joseph Wright, American Naturalist. Volume 117, Issue 2 (Feb., 1981), 181-192 [Download]
Intra-Archipielago Vertebrate Distributions: The Slope of the Species-Area Relation. S. Joseph Wright, American Naturalist. Volume 118, Issue 5 (Nov., 1981), 726-748 [Download]