Publications

See the most up to date information on Google Scholar

      ‡ Indicates student author


de Souza FC‡, et al.  Evolutionary diversity is associated with wood productivity in Amazonian forests. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 1-8    

Lau A‡, Calders K, Bartholomeus H, Martius C, Raumonen P, Herold M, Vicari M, Sukhdeo H, Singh J, Goodman RC. 2019. Tree Biomass Equations from Terrestrial LiDAR: A Case Study in Guyana. Forests 10 (6), 527

Jackson T‡, Shenkin A, Moore J, Bunce A, Van Emmerik T, Kane B, Burcham D, James K, Selker J, Calders K, Origo N, Disney M, Burt A, Wilkes P, Raumonen P, Gonzalez de Tanago Menaca J, Lau A, Herold M, Goodman RC, Fourcaud T, Malhi Y. 2019. An architectural understanding of natural sway frequencies in trees. J. Royal Society Interface 16 (155).

Goodman RC, Harman Aramburu M, Gopalakrishna T, Putz FE, Gutiérrez N, Mena Alvarez JL, Aguilar-Amuchastegui N, Ellis PW. 2019. Carbon emissions and potential emissions reductions from low-intensity selective logging in southwestern Amazonia. Forest Ecology and Management 439: 18-27.

Ellis PW, Gopalakrishna T, Goodman RC, Roopsind A, Griscom BW, Umunay PM, Zalman J, Ellis E, Mo K, Gregoire TG, Putz FE. 2019. Climate-effective reduced-impact logging (RIL-C) can halve selective logging emissions from tropical forests. Forest Ecology and Management 438: 255-266,

Fauset S, Gloor M, Fyllas N, Phillips OL, Asner GP, Baker TR, Bentley L, Brienen R, Christoffersen B, del Aguilar-Pasquel J, Doughty C, Feldpausch TR, Galbraith D, Goodman RC, et al. 2019. Individual-based modelling of Amazon forests suggests that climate controls productivity while traits control demography. Frontiers in Earth Science 7: 83

Griscom BW*, Goodman RC*, Burivalova Z*, Putz FE. 2018. Carbon and biodiversity impacts of intensive versus extensive tropical forestry. Conservation Letters. 11(1): e12362. *Equal contributions 

Gonzalez de Tanago J‡, Lau A‡, Bartholomeus H, Herold M, Avitabile V, Raumonen P, Martius C, Goodman RC, Disney M, Manuri S, Burt A, Calders K. 2018. Estimation of above-ground biomass of large tropical trees with Terrestrial LiDAR. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9(2): 223-234.

Ploton P‡, Barbier B, Momo S, Chuyong G, Dauby G, Droissart V, Fayolle A, Goodman RC, et al. 2016. Closing a gap in tropical forest biomass estimation: Accounting for crown mass variation in pantropical allometries. Biogeosciences 13, 1571-1585.

Tittler R, Messier C, Goodman RC. 2016. Triad forest management: Local fix or global solution? In Larocque GR (ed.) Ecological Forest Management Handbook. Taylor & Francis Group/CRC Press, Boca Raton.

Griscom BW, Goodman RC. 2015. Reframing the sharing vs sparing debate for tropical forestry landscapes. J. Tropical Forest Science 27(2): 145-147.

Chave J, Réjou-Méchain M, Búrquez M, Chidumayo E, Colgan MS, Delitti WBC, Duque A, Eid T, Fearnside PM, Goodman RC, et al. 2014. Improved allometric models to estimate the aboveground biomass of tropical trees. Global Change Biology 20: 3177-3190.

Goodman RC, Phillips OL, Baker TR. 2014. The importance of crown dimensions to improve tropical tree biomass estimates. Ecological Applications 24(4): 680–698.

Goodman RC, Herold M. 2014. Why Maintaining Tropical Forests is Essential and Urgent for a Stable Climate. CGD Working Paper 385. Washtington, DC: Center for Global Development 56 p.

Goodman RC, Oliet JA, Sloan JL, Jacobs DF. 2014. Nitrogen fertilization of intensively managed black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) during plantation establishment: Physiology of production. European J. Forest Research 133: 153-164.

Goodman RC, Phillips OL, Baker TR. 2013. Amazon palm biomass and allometry. Forest Ecology and Management 310: 994-1004.

Goodman RC, Phillips OL, Baker T R. 2013. Data from: The importance of crown dimensions to improve tropical tree biomass estimates. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.p281g

Goodman RC, Oliet JA, Pardillo G, Jacobs DF. 2013. Nitrogen fertilization of black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) during plantation establishment: Morphology and production efficiency. Forest Science 59(4): 453-463.

Goodman RC, Phillips OL, Baker TR. 2012. Tropical forests: Tightening up on tree carbon estimates. Nature 491(7425): 527-527.

Jacobs DF, Goodman RC, Gardiner ES, Salifu KF, Overton RP, Hernandez G.  2012. Nursery stock quality as an indicator of bottomland hardwood forest restoration success in the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley. Scandinavian J. Forest Research 27(3): 255-269.

Goodman RC, Jacobs DF, Apostol KG, Wilson BC, Gardiner ES. 2009. Winter variation in physiological status of cold stored and freshly lifted semi-evergreen Quercus nigra seedlings. Annals of Forest Science 66: 103-110.

Jacobs DF, Davis AS, Wilson BC, Dumroese RK, Goodman RC, Salifu KF. 2008. Short-day treatment alters Douglas-fir seedling dehardening and transplant root proliferation at varying rhizosphere temperatures. Canadian J. Forest Research 38: 1526-1535.

Goodman RC, Jacobs DF, Karrfalt RP. 2005. Evaluating desiccation sensitivity of Quercus rubra acorns using X-ray image analysis. Canadian J. Forest Research 35: 2823–2831.