CW Dick

Publications

Ward, M., C. W. Dick, R. Gribel, A. J. Lowe (2005) To self or not to selfŠ A review of outcrossing and pollen mediated gene flow in neotropical trees Heredity 95: 246-254.
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Dick, C. W. and S. J. Wright (2005) Tropical mountain cradles of dry forest diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 102 (31) 10757-10758.
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Hardesty, B. D., C. W. Dick, A. Kremer, S. P. Hubbell, and E. Bermingham (in press) Fine scale spatial genetic structure of Simarouba amara Aubl. (Simaroubaceae), a dioecious, animal-dispersed Neotropical tree, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Heredity
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Laurance, W. F., A. A. Oliveira, S. G. Laurance, R. Condit, H. E. M. Nascimento, C. W Dick, A. C. Sanchez-Thorin, T. E. Lovejoy, and J. E. L. S. Ribeiro (2005). Pervasive alteration of tree communities in undisturbed Amazonian forests: effects of global change? Chapter 9 in Tropical Forests and Global Atmospheric Change (Y. Mahli and O. Phillips, eds.), pp 93-102.
Laurance, W. F., A. A. Oliveira, S. G. Laurance, R. Condit, C. W Dick, A. Andrade, H. E. M. Nascimento, T. E. Lovejoy, and J. E. Ribeiro (in press). Altered tree communities in undisturbed Amazonian Forests: A consequence of
global change? Biotropica. 37 (2): 160-162.
Pennington, R. T., C. W. Dick (2004) The role of immigrants in the assembly of the South American rainforest tree flora. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 359: 1611-1622.
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Moritz, C., C. W. Dick, and E. Bermingham (2005) From the past to the future: evolution, ecology and conservation of tropical rainforests. Chapter 1 in Tropical Rain Forests: Past, Present and Future (E. Bermingham, C. W. Dick and C. Moritz, eds.), pp. 1-6. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
Bermingham, E. and C. W. Dick (2005) The history and ecology of tropical rainforest communities. Chapter 2 in Tropical Rain Forests: Past, Present and Future (E. Bermingham, C. W. Dick and C. Moritz, eds.), pp. 7-15. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
Moritz, C., C. W. Dick, and E. Bermingham (2005) Processes, people and the prospects for tropical rainforests. Chapter 25 in Tropical Rain Forests: Past, Present and Future (E. Bermingham, C. W. Dick and C. Moritz, eds.), pp. 529-531. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
Dick, C. W., D. W. Roubik, K. Gruber and E. Bermingham (2004) Long distance gene flow and cross-Andean dispersal of lowland rainforest bees (Apidae: Euglossini) revealed by comparative mtDNA phylogeography. Molecular Ecology 13: 3775-3785.
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Laurance, W. F., A. A. Oliveira, S. G. Laurance, R. Condit, H. E. M. Nascimento, A. C. Sanchez-Thorin, T. E. Lovejoy, A. Andrade, S. D’Angelo, J. E. Ribeiro and C. WDick (2004) Pervasive alteration of tree communities in undisturbed Amazonian forests. Nature 428: 171-175.
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Austerlitz, F., C. W. Dick, C. Dutech, E. Klein, S. Oddou-Muratoria, P. E. Smouse, V. L. Sork (2004) Using genetic markers to estimate the pollen dispersal curve. Molecular Ecology 13: 937-954.
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Dick, C. W. , R. Condit and E. Bermingham (2004) Biogeographic history and the high b -diversity of rainforest trees in Panamá. Chapter 6 in R. Harmon (ed), Rio Chagres : A multi-disciplinary profile of a tropical watershed . Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands (in press).

Bermingham, E., C.W.Dick, and C. Moritz, editors (2004) Tropical Rain Forests: Past, Present and Future, University of Chicago Press, Chicago (in press).
Leigh, E.G., P. Davidar, C. Dick, J. P. Puyravaud, J. Terborgh, H. T. Steege. S. J. Wright (2004) Why do some tropical forests have so many kinds of trees? Biotropica 36 (4):447-473
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Dick, C.W. , K. Abdul-Salim and E. Bermingham (2003) Molecular systematics reveals cryptic Tertiary diversification of a widespread tropical rainforest tree. American Naturalist 160 (12): 691-703.
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Novick, R. S., C. W. Dick, M. Lemes, C. Navarro, A. Caccone and E. Bermingham (2003) Genetic structure of Mesoamerican populations of big-leaf mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) inferred by microsatellite analysis. Molecular Ecology 12: 2885-2893.
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Morley, R. J. and C. W. Dick (2003) Missing fossils, molecular clocks and the origin of the Melastomataceae. American Journal of Botany 90: 1638-1645.
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Dick, C . W., G. Etchelecu and F. Austerlitz (2003) Pollen dispersal of tropical trees (Dinizia excelsa: Fabaceae) by native insects and African honeybees in pristine and fragmented Amazonian rainforest. MolecularEcology 12: 753-764.
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Dick, C. W. (2002) Effect of pollinator composition on the breeding structure of tropical timber trees. Pp. 140-152 in B. Degen, M. Loveless and A. Kremer (eds) Modeling and experimental research on genetic processes in tropical and temperate forests, EMBRAPA, Belém.
Bermingham, E. and Dick, C. W. (2001) The Inga: Newcomer or Museum Antiquity? Science 293: 2214-2216.
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Dick, C. W. (2001) Genetic Rescue of Remnant Tropical Trees by an Alien Pollinator. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 268: 2391-2397.
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Dick, C . W. (2001) Habitat Change, African Honeybees and Fecundity in the Amazonian tree Diniziaexcelsa (Fabaceae). In Lessons from Amazonia : The Ecology and Conservation of a Fragmented Tropical Forest . (eds. R. O. Bierregaard, C. Gascon, T. E. Lovejoy and R. Mesquita), pp. 146-157. New Haven , CT : Yale University Press.
Dick, C. W. and M. Hamilton (1999) Microsatellites from the Amazonian tree Diniziaexcelsa (Fabaceae). Molecular Ecology 8: 1765-66.
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Mindell, D., Dick, C. W. and R. Baker (1991) Phylogenetic Relationships among Microbats, Megabats and Primates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 88: 10322-10326.
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