Hi, I'm Antonio ūüĎč

A dreamer with a Ph.D. in ecology-remote sensing

J. Antonio Guzm√°n Q.

Hi, I'm Antonio ūüĎč

A dreamer with a Ph.D. in ecology-remote sensing

Publications

Below you will find a list of my publications. For more details take a look at my CV or my GoogleScholar profile.


  1. Sapes, G., Schroeder, L., Scott, A., Clark, I., Juzwik, J., Montgomery, R.A., Guzm√°n, J.A., Cavender-Bares, J. (2024). Mechanistic links between physiology and spectral reflectance enable previsual detection of oak wilt and drought stress. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 121: e2316164121. Link

  1. Guzm√°n, J.A., Hamann, H.F., S√°nchez‚ÄźAzofeifa, G.A. (2024). Multi-decadal trends of low clouds at the Tropical Montane Cloud Forests. Ecological Indicators. 158: 111599. Link

  1. Guzm√°n, J.A., Pinto-Ledezma, J.N., Frantz, D., Townsend, P.A., Juzwik, J., Cavender-Bares, J. (2023). Mapping oak wilt disease from space using land surface phenology. Remote Sensing of the Environment. 298: 113794. Link

  1. Meunier, F., Visser, M.D., Shiklomanov, A., Dietze, M.C., Guzm√°n, J.A., Sanchez-Azofeifa, G.A., De Deurwaerder, H.P.T., Krishna Moorthy, S.M., Schnitzer, S.A., Marvin, D.C., Longo, M., Liu, C., Broadbent, E.N., Almeyda Zambrano, A.M., Muller-Landau, H.C., Detto, M., & Verbeeck, H. (2021). Liana optical traits increase tropical forest albedo and reduce ecosystem productivity. Global Change Biology. 28: 227-244. Link

  1. Harrison, D, Guzm√°n, JA., S√°nchez‚ÄźAzofeifa, G.A. (2021). Leaf anatomical traits of lianas and trees at the canopy of two contrasting lowland tropical forests in the context of leaf economic spectrum. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change. 4: 720813. Link

  1. Guzm√°n, JA., S√°nchez‚ÄźAzofeifa, G.A. (2021). Prediction of leaf traits of lianas and trees via the integration of wavelet spectra in the visible-near infrared and thermal infrared domains. Remote Sensing of the Environment. 259: 112406. PDF

  1. Stan, K., S√°nchez‚ÄźAzofeifa, G.A., Duran, S., Guzm√°n, JA., Hesketh, M,, Laakso, K., Portillo-Quintero, C., Rankine, C., Dotterl, S. (2021). Tropical Dry Forest resilience and Water Use Efficiency: an analysis of productivity under climate change. Environmental Research Letters. 16: 054027. Link

  1. Guzm√°n, JA., Sharp, I., Alencastro, F., S√°nchez‚ÄźAzofeifa, G.A. (2020). On the relationship of fractal geometry and tree‚Äźstand metrics on point clouds derived from Terrestrial Laser Scanning. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 11: 1309-1318. PDF

  1. Yuan, Xu., Laakso, K., Davis, CD., Guzm√°n, JA., Meng, Q., S√°nchez-Azofeifa, GA. (2020). Monitoring the Water Stress of an Indoor Living Wall System Using the “Triangle Method”. Sensors, 20: 3261. Link

  1. Guzmán, JA., Laakso, K., López-Rodríguez, J., Rivard, B., Sánchez-Azofeifa, GA. (2020). Using visible-near-infrared spectroscopy to classify lichens at a Neotropical Dry Forest. Ecological Indicators, 111: 105999. PDF

  1. Guzmán, JA., Sánchez-Azofeifa, GA., Espírito-Santo, MM. (2019). MODIS and PROBA-V NDVI products differ when compared with observations from phenological towers at four tropical dry forests in the Americas. Remote Sensing, 11: 2316. Link

  1. Guzm√°n, JA., Rivard, B., S√°nchez-Azofeifa, GA. (2018). Discrimination of liana and tree leaves from a Neotropical Dry Forest using visible-near infrared and longwave infrared reflectance spectra. Remote Sensing of the Environment. 219: 135-144. PDF

  1. Guzm√°n, JA., S√°nchez-Azofeifa, GA., Rivard, B. (2018). Differences in leaf temperature between lianas and trees in the Neotropical canopy. Forest. 9: 307. PDF

  1. Rankine, C., S√°nchez-Azofeifa, GA., Guzm√°n, JA., Espirito Santo, M., Sharp, I. (2017). Comparing MODIS and Near-Surface Vegetation Indexes for monitoring tropical dry forest phenology along a successional gradient using optical phenology towers. Environmental Research Letters. 12: 105007. PDF

  1. S√°nchez-Azofeifa, GA, Guzm√°n, JA., Campos, CA, Castro, S., Garcia-Millan, V., Nightingale, J, Rankine, C. (2017). Twenty-first century remote sensing technologies are revolutionizing the study of tropical forests. Biotropica. 49: 604-619. PDF

  1. S√°nchez-Azofeifa, GA., Guzm√°n, JA., Vega-Araya, M., Campos-Vargas, C., Dur√°n, S., D’Souzaa, N., Gianoli, T., Portillo-Quintero, C., Sharp, I. (2017). Can Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS) and hemispherical photographs predict Tropical Dry Forest Succession with liana abundance?. Biogeosciences. 14: 977-988. PDF

  1. Guzm√°n, JA., Cordero, RA. (2016). Neighborhood structure and light availability influence the variations in plant design of shrubs in two cloud forests of different successional status. Annals of Botany. 118: 23-24. PDF

  1. Guzm√°n, JA., Cordero, RA. (2016). Neighborhood structure influences the convergence in light capture efficiency and carbon gain: An architectural approach for cloud forest shrubs. Tree Physiology. 36: 712-724. PDF

  1. Guzm√°n, JA., Cordero, RA., Corea, E. (2016). Biomass allocation and gas exchange are affected by light conditions in endangered Cedrela salvadorensis (Meliaceae) seedlings. International Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation. 64: 1143-1154. PDF

  1. Guzm√°n, JA., Vega, H. (2015). Is forest cover conserved and restored by protected areas?: The case of two wild protected areas in the Central Pacific of Costa Rica. International Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation. 63: 579-590. PDF

  1. Guzm√°n, JA. (2015). Ecological advantage of the leaf heteroblasty traits in Costus pulverulentus (Costaceae). Botany. 93: 151-158. PDF

  1. Guzmán, JA., Rodríguez-Corrales, A. (2014). Efecto de la regeneración del bosque nuboso sobre la morfología floral y polinización del arbusto heterostílico Palicourea padifolia (Rubiaceae). Cuadernos de Investigacion UNED. 6: 197-204. PDF

  1. Guzm√°n, JA., Cordero, RA. (2013). Growth and photosynthetic performance of five tree seedlings species in response to natural light regimes from the Central Pacific of Costa Rica. International Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation. 3: 1433-1444. PDF

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