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Conference Paper
Erazo-Oliveras A. Active participator and speaker in international congresses of water treatment. Puerto Rico; 2014.
Erazo-Oliveras A. Active participator and speaker in international congresses of water treatment. Puerto Rico; 2010.
Erazo-Oliveras A. Active participator and speaker in international congresses of water treatment. Puerto Rico; 2011.
Erazo-Oliveras A. Active participator and speaker in international congresses of water treatment. Puerto Rico; 2013.
Erazo-Oliveras A. Active participator and speaker in international congresses of water treatment. Puerto Rico; 2015.
Erazo-Oliveras A. C4SI3: Ecosystem Services for Sustainability: Third Conference for Sustainability IGERTs. In: Organizing Committee member. USA; 2013.
K. Camacho T, Olivero-Lora S, Erazo-Oliveras A, Fontanéz J., Díaz E., Torres K., et al. How do people get their yard plants?. In: Iniciativas de Investigación y Actividad Creativa Subgraduada. Hotel Condado Plaza, San Juan, PR: Segundo Encuentro Sub-graduado de Investigación y Creación (SESIC); 2014.
K. Camacho T, Olivero-Lora S, Erazo-Oliveras A, Fontanéz J., Díaz E., Torres K., et al. How do people get their years plants?. In: 34th Puerto Rico Interdisciplinary Scientific Meeting. University of Puerto Rico, Cayey Campus: 49th ACS Junior Technical Meeting; 2014.
Erazo-Oliveras A, Olivero-Lora S, Fontanéz J.. Market value of food grown in Rio Piedras Watershed residential yards. In: My Sustainable Campus - Science for Sustainability: a celebration of knowledge and action. University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus; 2014.
Erazo-Oliveras A. “Nanodays” and nanotechnology demonstrations in schools and universities. Puerto Rico; 2012.
Erazo-Oliveras A. “Nanodays” and nanotechnology demonstrations in schools and universities. Puerto Rico; 2014.
Erazo-Oliveras A. “Nanodays” and nanotechnology demonstrations in schools and universities. Puerto Rico; 2015.
Erazo-Oliveras A. “Nanodays” and nanotechnology demonstrations in schools and universities. Puerto Rico; 2011.
Erazo-Oliveras A. “Nanodays” and nanotechnology demonstrations in schools and universities. Puerto Rico; 2010.
Erazo-Oliveras A. Session moderator, 46th ACS Junior Technical Meeting 31th Puerto Rico Interdisciplinary Scientific Meeting (PRISM). Puerto Rico; 2011.
Erazo-Oliveras A. Slow sand filtration for water treatment at disadvantaged communities. Puerto Rico; 2014.
Conference Proceedings
Spiegel J., Buchmann N., Mayol-Bracero O., Valle-Diaz C., Cuadra-Rodríguez L., Prather K., et al. Do cloud properties in a Puerto Rican tropical mountain cloud forest depend on long-range transport of African dust?. Yokohama, Japan; 2013.
Spiegel J., Peter T., Mayol-Bracero O., Valle C., Zurcher F., Buchmann N., et al. Does long range transported African Dust affect cloud droplet size distributions in a Tropical Montane Cloud Forest in Puerto Rico?. San Juan, PR; 2011.
Deliz-Delgado A., Mayol-Bracero O., Eglee-Perez M.. Does the increase in the concentrations of athmospheric particles affect the precipitation in Puerto Rico?. University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez; 2010.
Engman A., Ramírez A.. The effects of flow reduction reduced flow on leaf decomposition rates in a tropical urban stream. Vol 58th Annual Meeting.; 2010.
Engman A., Ramírez A.. The effects of instream habitat and channelization on fish assemblage structure in a tropical urban watershed. San Juan, Puerto Rico; 2011.
Torres K., Olivero-Lora S, Erazo-Oliveras A, Fontanéz J., Díaz E., Torres K., et al. How do people get their yard plants? Plants sources in a urban environment. University of Puerto Rico, Cayey Campus; 2014.
Valle-Diaz C., Torres-Delgado E, Lee T., Collett J., Cuadra-Rodríguez L., Prather K., et al. Impact of Long-Range Transported African Dust Events on Cloud Composition and Physical Properties at a Caribbean Tropical Montane Cloud Forest. San Francisco, Calif; 2012.
Erazo-Oliveras A, Mayol-Bracero O., Ríos-Dávila R.. Improving Slow Sand Filters for Communities with Low Incomes and Limited Water. University of Puerto Rico-RUM, PR; 2010.
Erazo-Oliveras A, Mayol-Bracero O., Ríos-Dávila R.. Improving Slow Sand Filters for Communities with Low Incomes and Limited Water. Bayamón, Puerto Rico; 2011.
Erazo-Oliveras A, Ríos-Dávila R., Mayol-Bracero O.. Improving Slow Sand Filters (SSF) for communities with low incomes and limited water Access. University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras; 2010.
Valle-Diaz C., Torres-Delgado E, Zurcher F., Gioda A., Lee T., Collett J., et al. An Overview of the Puerto Rico African Dust and Clouds Study (PRADACS) – Aerosol and Cloud Measurements at a Caribbean Tropical Montane Cloud Forest. Universidad del Turabo, Gurabo, PR; 2013.
Valle-Diaz C., Torres-Delgado E, Zurcher F., Gioda A., Lee T., Collett J., et al. An Overview of the Puerto Rico African Dust and Clouds Study (PRADACS) – Aerosol and Cloud Measurements at a Caribbean Tropical Montance Cloud Forest. Beijing, China; 2012.
Engineering Io, CEER. Proceedings of Conference on the Impact of Industry on the Clean Water Act of 1977 and Cost Effective Wastewater Treatment Technologies in Puerto Rico. CEER; 1979.
Valle-Diaz C., Torres-Delgado E, Zurcher F., Gioda A., Lee T., Collett J., et al. The Puerto Rico African Dust and Clouds Study (PRADACS) – Aerosol and Cloud Measurements at a Caribbean Tropical Montance Cloud Forest. Leipzig, Germany; 2012.
Ramírez A., Burgos-Caraballo S, Engman A., Martinez N., Ortíz-Zayas J., Covich A., et al. Urban streams in Puerto Rico: understanding stream ecosystems outside the Luquillo forest. Estes Park, CO; 2009.
Erazo-Oliveras A. Workshop developer and speaker: Slow sand filtration and drinking water improvement practices. Chiapas, Mexico; 2010.
Journal Article
Zimmerman JK, Swenson N., Erickson D., Kress W.. Advances in the Use of DNA Barcodes to Build a Community Phylogeny for Tropical Trees in a Puerto Rican Forest Dynamics Plot. PLOS ONE. 2010;5(11).
Pöschl U., Després V., Andreae M., Conrad R., Begerow D., Artaxo P., et al. Biogeography in the air: fungal diversity over land and oceans. Biogeosciences. 2012;9:1125-1136.
Gioda A., Mayol-Bracero O., Morales-García F., Collett J., Decesari S., Emblico L., et al. Chemical composition of cloud water in the Puerto Rican Tropical Trade Winds. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 2009.
Erickson D., Jones F., Swenson N., Zimmerman JK. Comparative evolutionary diversity and phylogenetic structure across multiple forest dynamics plots: a mega-phylogeny approach. Frontiers in Genetics. 2014;5.
Poorter L., van der Sande M., Thompson J., Arets E., Alarcón A., Álvarez-Sánchez J., et al. Diversity enhances carbon storage in tropical forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 2015;24(11):1314-1328.
Eugster W., Mertes S., Prather K., Valle-Diaz C., Cuadra-Rodríguez L., Mayol-Bracero O., et al. Do cloud properties in a Puerto Rican tropical montane cloud forest depend on occurrence of long-range transported African dust? Pure and Applied Geophysics. 2014.
Yu M, Gao Q., Epstein H.. Ecophysiological characteristics on photosynthesis and stomatal conductance of dominant C3 and C4 species in semi-arid and arid grassland. South African Journal of Botany. 2009;75(3):518-525.
Ramírez A., Engman A.. Fish assemblage structure in urban streams of Puerto Rico: The importance of reach- and catchment-scale abiotic factors. Hydrobiologia. 2012;693:141-155.
Engman A., Ramírez A.. Fish assemblage structure in urban streams of Puerto Rico: The importance of reach- and catchment-scale abiotic factors. Hydrobiologia. 2012;693:141-155.
Boyero L., Pearson R., Dudgeon D., Graca M., Gessner M., Albarino RJ, et al. Global distribution of a key trophic guild contrasts with common latitudinal diversity patterns. Ecology. 2012;92:1839-1848.
Boyero L., Pearson R., Dudgeon D., Ferreira V., Graça M., Gessner M., et al. Global patterns of distribution in stream detritivores: implications for biodiversity loss in changing climates. Global Ecology and Biogeography . 2011;21(2):134-141.
Camacho K., Melendez-Ackerman EJ, Díaz E., Correa N., Vila C., Erazo-Oliveras A, et al. How do people get their yard plants: social-economic factors that may influence the access to native plants to residents of an urban watershed. Acta Científica. 2000.
Erazo-Oliveras A, Mayol-Bracero OL, Ríos-Dávila RA. Improving slow sand filters for communities with low incomes and limited water access. Opflow. 2011;38:24-27.
Erazo-Oliveras A, Mayol-Bracero O., Davila R.. Improving slow sand filters for communities with low incomes and limited water access. Opflow. 2011;38:24-27.
Erazo-Oliveras A, Mayol-Bracero O., Davila R.. Improving slow sand filters for low-income, water-limited communities. Opflow. 2012.
Torres-Camacho K, Meléndez-Ackerman E, Díaz E, Correa N, Vila CP, Olivero-Lora S, et al. Intrinsic and extrinsic drivers of yard vegetation in urban residential areas: implications for conservation planning. Urban Ecosystems. 2015.
Kittredge D., Rickenbach M., Knoot T., Snellings E., Erazo-Oliveras A. It’s the Network: how personal connections shape decisions about private forest use. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry. 2013;30:67-74.
Kittredge D, Rickenbach M, Snellings E, Erazo-Oliveras A, Knoot TG. It’s the Network: how personal connections shape decisions about private forest use. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry . 2013;30:67-74.
Boyero L., Pearson R., Gessner M., Dudgeon D., Ramírez A., Yule C., et al. Leaf-litter breakdown in tropical streams: is variability the norm? Freshwater Science. 2015;34(2):759-769.
Rejou-Mechain M., Muller-Landau H., Detto M., Thomas S., Le Toan T., Saatchi S., et al. Local spatial structure of forest biomass and its consequences for remote sensing of carbon stocks. Biogeosciences. 2014;11(23):6827-6840.
Rejou-Mechain M., Muller-Landau H., Detto M., Thomas S., Le Toan T., Saatchi S., et al. Local spatial structure of forest biomass and its consequences for remote sensing of carbon stocks. Biogeosciences. 2014;11(23):6827-6840.
Zimmerman JK, Xiangcheng M., Erickson D., Swenson N.. Phylogenetic and functional alpha and beta diversity in temperate and tropical tree communities. ECOLOGY. 2012;93(8):S112-S125.
Swenson N., Erickson D., Xiangcheng M., Zimmerman JK. Phylogenetic and functional alpha and beta diversity in temperate and tropical tree communities. ECOLOGY. 2012;93(8):112-125.
Meléndez-Ackerman E, Olivero-Lora S, Erazo-Oliveras A, Fontanéz J, Torres K, Hernández Y, et al. UPR-IGERT’s Agents of Change Project: Best Practices for Interdisciplinary Work. Acta Científica. 2015.
Ramírez A., Engman A., Rosas K., Perez-Reyes O., Martinó-Cardona D.. Urban impacts on tropical island streams: some key aspects influencing ecosystem response. Urban Ecosystems . 2012;15(2):315-325.
Ramírez A., Engman A., Rosas K., Perez-Reyes O., Martinó-Cardona D.. Urban impacts on tropical island streams: some key aspects influencing ecosystem response. Urban Ecosystems. 2012;15(2):315-325.
Ramírez A., Engman A., Rosas K., Perez-Reyes O., Martinó-Cardona D.. Urban impacts on tropical island stress: some key aspects influencing ecosystem response. Urban Ecosystems. 2012;15(315).
Muscarella R., Uriarte M., Erickson D., Zimmerman JK. A Well-Resolved Phylogeny of the Trees of Puerto Rico Based on DNA Barcode Sequence Data. PLOS ONE. 2014;9(11).