Thales A. P. West
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Forest biomass recovery after conventional and reduced-impact logging in Amazonian Brazil
TAP West, E Vidal, FE Putz
Forest Ecology and Management 314, 59-63, 2014
1152014
Rapid tree carbon stock recovery in managed Amazonian forests
E Rutishauser, B Hérault, C Baraloto, L Blanc, L Descroix, ED Sotta, ...
Current Biology 25 (18), R787-R788, 2015
1022015
The Tropical managed Forests Observatory: a research network addressing the future of tropical logged forests.
Applied Vegetation Science 18, 171-174, 2015
632015
Recovery of biomass and merchantable timber volumes twenty years after conventional and reduced-impact logging in Amazonian Brazil
E Vidal, TAP West, FE Putz
Forest Ecology and Management 376, 1-8, 2016
482016
Carbon recovery dynamics following disturbance by selective logging in Amazonian forests
C Piponiot, P Sist, L Mazzei, M Peña-Claros, FE Putz, E Rutishauser, ...
Elife 5, e21394, 2016
412016
Can timber provision from Amazonian production forests be sustainable?
C Piponiot, E Rödig, FE Putz, E Rutishauser, P Sist, N Ascarrunz, L Blanc, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (6), 064014, 2019
382019
The Forest Observation System, building a global reference dataset for remote sensing of forest biomass
D Schepaschenko, J Chave, OL Phillips, SL Lewis, SJ Davies, ...
Scientific data 6 (1), 1-11, 2019
322019
A review of global-local-global linkages in economic land-use/cover change models
TW Hertel, TAP West, J Börner, NB Villoria
Environmental Research Letters 14 (5), 053003, 2019
262019
Brazil’s conservation reform and the reduction of deforestation in Amazonia
TAP West, PM Fearnside
Land use policy 100, 105072, 2021
242021
Indigenous community benefits from a de-centralized approach to REDD+ in Brazil
TAP West
Climate Policy 16 (7), 924-939, 2016
242016
Overstated carbon emission reductions from voluntary REDD+ projects in the Brazilian Amazon
TAP West, J Börner, EO Sills, A Kontoleon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (39), 24188-24194, 2020
232020
Climatic benefits from the 2006–2017 avoided deforestation in Amazonian Brazil
TAP West, J Börner, PM Fearnside
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 2, 52, 2019
232019
A hybrid optimization-agent-based model of REDD+ payments to households on an old deforestation frontier in the Brazilian Amazon
TAP West, KA Grogan, ME Swisher, JL Caviglia-Harris, E Sills, D Harris, ...
Environmental modelling & software 100, 159-174, 2018
162018
Impacts of REDD+ payments on a coupled human-natural system in Amazonia
TAP West, KA Grogan, ME Swisher, JL Caviglia-Harris, EO Sills, ...
Ecosystem Services 33, 68-76, 2018
112018
Simulated Impacts of Soy and Infrastructure Expansion in the Brazilian Amazon: A Maximum Entropy Approach
GP Frey, TAP West, T Hickler, L Rausch, HK Gibbs, J Börner
Forests 9 (10), 600, 2018
112018
Optimal strategies for ecosystem services provision in Amazonian production forests
C Piponiot, E Rutishauser, G Derroire, FE Putz, P Sist, TAP West, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (12), 124090, 2019
102019
Carbon payments for extended rotations in forest plantations: Conflicting insights from a theoretical model
TAP West, C Wilson, M Vrachioli, KA Grogan
Ecological Economics 163, 70-76, 2019
102019
What drives intensification of land use at agricultural frontiers in the Brazilian Amazon? Evidence from a Decision Game
N Nascimento, TAP West, J Börner, J Ometto
Forests 10, 464, 2019
102019
National and subnational forest conservation policies: What works, what doesn’t
J Börner, TAP West, A Blackman, DA Miteva, KRE Sims, S Wunder
Transforming REDD+: Lessons and new directions, 105-116, 2018
102018
“Carbon Cowboys” could inflate REDD+ payments through positive measurement bias
SW Rifai, TAP West, FE Putz
Carbon Management 6 (3-4), 151-158, 2015
102015
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