|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
|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
|The Tropical managed Forests Observatory: a research network addressing the future of tropical logged forests.|
Applied Vegetation Science 18, 171-174, 2015
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|Brazil’s conservation reform and the reduction of deforestation in Amazonia|
TAP West, PM Fearnside
Land use policy 100, 105072, 2021
|Indigenous community benefits from a de-centralized approach to REDD+ in Brazil|
Climate Policy 16 (7), 924-939, 2016
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|“Carbon Cowboys” could inflate REDD+ payments through positive measurement bias|
SW Rifai, TAP West, FE Putz
Carbon Management 6 (3-4), 151-158, 2015