Advances in Ecological Research, Volume 62, the latest release in this ongoing series, includes specific chapters on tropical ecosystems in the 21st century. Chapters in this volume cover topics such as Monitoring tropical insects in the 21st Century, The distribution and structure of long-term and large-scale fire manipulation experiments, Impact of long-term changes in litter inputs on ecosystem function in a lowland tropical forest and more.
1. Monitoring tropical insects in the 21st Century / Yves Basset
2. The distribution and structure of long-term and large-scale fire manipulation experiments / Adam Pellegrini
3. The Agua Salud Project: Basic and applied research informing management of tropical landscapes for the 21st century / Jefferson Hall
4. Conservation strategies and principles for tropical forests, with a focus on indigenous communities / Vojtech Novotny
5. Canopy thinning experiment / Barbara Richardson
6. Assessing forest quality using satellite remote sensing data: A test case using the Sabah Biodiversity Experiment / Jinhui Wu
7. eDNA approaches to understand the current state and future of biodiversity of the Amazonian biome: pitfalls, improvements and challenges / Lucie Zinger
8. eDNA in conservation / Maria Beger
9. 22nd Century Predictions / Edgar Turner
10. Impact of long-term changes in litter inputs on ecosystem function in a lowland tropical forest / Emma Sayer
Dr Alex Dumbrell works at the School of Biological Sciences, University of Essex, UK.