PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (Articles available upon email request)
- Perez, T.M., A. Socha, O. Tserej, K.J. Feeley. In review. Plant heat tolerance characterizes carbon assimilation strategy. Plant, Cell and Environment. https://doi.org/10.1111/pce.13990.
- Perez, T.M., J. Rodriguez, J.M. Heberling. 2020. Herbarium-based measurements reliably estimate three functional traits. American Journal of Botany. In press. 10.1002/ajb2.1535
- Perez, T.M., K. J. Feeley. 2020. Weak phylogenetic and climatic signals in plant heat tolerance. Journal of Biogeography. In press. 10.1111/jbi.13984.
- Perez, T.M., K. J. Feeley. 2020. Photosynthetic heat tolerances and extreme leaf temperatures. Functional Ecology. In press. 10.1111/1365-2435.13658.
- Feeley, K. J., B. Fadrique, T. M. Perez, D. Zuleta. 2020. Climate-driven changes in the composition of New World plant communities. Nature Climate Change. 10.1038/s41558-020-0873-2.
- Feeley, K., J. Martinez-villa, T.M. Perez, A. S. Duque. 2020. The thermal tolerances, distributions, and performances of tropical montane tree species. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 3: 1–11. 10.3389/ffgc.2020.00025.
- Perez, T.M. et al. 2019. Botanic gardens are an untapped resource for studying the functional ecology of tropical plants. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B. Biol. Sci. 374. 10.1098/rstb.2017.0390.
- Perez T.M.., J. A Hogan. 2018. The changing nature of collaboration in tropical ecology and conservation. Biotropica 50: 1–5. 10.1111/btp.12573.
- Perez T.M., Feeley K.J. 2018. Increasing humidity threatens tropical forests. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6: 1–2. 10.3389/fevo.2018.00068.
- Feeley, K.J., J.T. Stroud, T.M. Perez. 2017. Most "global" reviews of climate change impacts aren’t truly global. Diversity and Distributions. 10.1111/ddi.1257.
- Perez, T.M., J.T. Stroud, K.J. Feeley. 2016. Thermal trouble in the tropics. Science. 351(6280): 1392-1393.10.1126/science.aaf3343.
- Perez, T.M. 2015. A hyper-interesting hyperdominant: Mauritia flexuosa. The Tropical Garden: 70:59-63.
- Key to the Solanaceous Host Plants of Ithomiine Butterflies at Los Amigos Biological Station
- Key to the Tree Species of UPR's LFDP Chronosequence Project. Please note that this key was undertaken as a side project, pulls from previous notes of forest reearchers, and from the series of keys for Puerto Rico from Henri Alain Liogier. The key is by no means an exhaustive, rather it focusses on species within 4 ha at different mid-elevation forests of El Yunque National Forest in eastern Puerto Rico.