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Cannon, P.G., Gilroy, J.J., Tobias, J.A., Haugaasen, T., Anderson, A. & Edwards, D.P. 2019. Land-sparing agriculture sustains higher levels of avian functional diversity than land sharing. Global Change Biology 25: 1576-1590.


Hethcoat, M.G., King, B.J., Fernandez Castiblanco, F., Ortiz-Sepúlveda, C.M., Prada Achiardi, F.C., Edwards, F., Medina, C., Gilroy, J.J., Haugaasen, T. & Edwards, D.P. 2019. The impact of secondary forest regeneration on ground‑dwelling ant communities in the Tropical Andes. Oecologia 191: 475–482.


Souza-Alves, J.P. et al. 2019. Terrestrial behavior in titi monkeys (Callicebus, Cheracebus, and Plecturocebus). International Journal of Primatology 40: 553–572. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10764-019-00105-x

Barnett, A.A., Hawes, J.E., Mendes Pontes, A.R., Layme, V.M.G., Chism, J., Cardoso, N.A., Ferrari, S.F., Beltrao-Mendes, R., Wright, B. Haugaasen, T., Cheyne, S.M. Bezerra, B.M. Matsuda, I. & dos Santos, R.R. 2019. Survey and study methods for flooded habitats. In: Primates in flooded environments. Editors: Nowak, K., Barnett, A.A. & Matsuda, I. Cambridge University Press.

Assis, R.L., Wittmann, F., Bredin, Y.K., Schöngart, J., Quesada, C.A., Piedade, M.T.F. & Haugaasen, T. 2019. Above-ground woody biomass distribution in Amazonian floodplain forests: effects of hydroperiod and substrate properties. Forest Ecology and Management 432: 365-375.


de Assis, R.L., Wittmann, F.& Haugaasen, T. 2017. Patterns of floristic diversity and composition in floodplain forests across four southern Amazon river tributaries, Brazil. Flora 229: 124-140.

Edwards, D.P., Massam, M.R., Haugaasen, T. & Gilroy, J.J. 2017. Tropical secondary forest regeneration conserves high levels of avian phylogenetic diversity. Biological Conservation 209: 432-439. 

Scheffers, B., Edwards, D.P., MacDonald, S., Senior, R., Andriamahohatra, L., Roslan, N., Rogers, A., Haugaasen, T., Wright, P. & Williams, S. 2017. Extreme thermal heterogeneity in structurally complex tropical rain forests. Biotropica 49: 35-44.


Basham, E.W., González del Pliego, P., Acosta-Galvis, A.R., Woodcock, P., Medina, C., Haugaasen, T. Gilroy, J.J., & Edwards, D.P. 2016. Quantifying carbon and amphibian co-benefits from secondary forest regeneration in the Tropical Andes. Animal Conservation 19: 548-560.

Endo, W., Peres, C.A. & Haugaasen, T. 2016. Flood pulse dynamics affects exploitation of both aquatic and terrestrial prey by Amazonian floodplain settlements. Biological Conservation 201: 129-136.

González del Pliego, P., Scheffers, B., Basham, E.W., Woodcock, P., Wheeler, C., Gilroy, J.J., Medina, C., Haugaasen, T., Freckleton, R. P. & Edwards, D.P. 2016. Thermally buffered microhabitats recovery in tropical secondary forests following land abandonment. Biological Conservation 201: 385-395.


Khatiwada, J.R., Ghimire, S., Buda, P.B., Khatiwada, S.P., Paudel, B., Bischof, R., Jiang, J. & Haugaasen, T. 2016. Frogs as potential biological control agents in the rice fields of Chitwan, Nepal. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 230: 307-314.


Boyle, S. A., Thompson, C.L., DeLuycker, A., Norconk, M.M., Alvarez, S., Alvim, T.H.G., Aquino, R., Bezerra, B.M., Boubli, J.P., Bowler, M., Caselli, C.B., Chagas, R.R.D., Ferrari, S.F., Fontes, I.P., Gregory, T., Haugaasen, T. and 24 other authors. 2016. Geographic comparison of plant genera used in frugivory among the pitheciids Cacajao, Callicebus, Chiropotes, and Pithecia. American Journal of Primatology 78: 493-506.

Prescott, G.W., Gilroy, J.J., Haugaasen, T., Medina, C., Foster W.A & Edwards, D.P. 2016. Reducing the impacts of Neotropical oil palm development on functional diversity. Biological Conservation 197: 139-145.

Davenport, L.C, Goodenough, K.S. & Haugaasen, T. 2016. Birds of Two Oceans? Trans-Andean and divergent migration of Black Skimmers (Rynchops niger cinerascens) from the Peruvian Amazon. PLoS ONE 11(1): e0144994.

Prescott, G.W., Gilroy, J.J., Haugaasen, T., Medina, C., Foster W.A & Edwards, D.P. 2016. Managing Neotropical oil palm expansion to retain phylogenetic diversity. Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 150-158.


Edwards, D.P., Gilroy, J.J., Thomas, G.H., Medina, C. & Haugaasen, T. 2015. Land-sparing agriculture best protects phylogenetic diversity. Current Biology 25: 2384-2391.

Schöngart, J., Gribel, R., da Fonseca, S.F., & Haugaasen, T. 2015. Age and growth patterns of Brazil nut trees (Bertholletia excelsa Bonpl.) in Amazonia, Brazil. Biotropica 47: 550-558.

Khatiwada, J.R. & Haugaasen, T. 2015. Anuran frog species richness and composition along an elevational gradient in Chitwan, Nepal. Zoology and Ecology 25: 110-119.

Gilroy, J.J., Medina, C., Haugaasen, T. & Edwards, D.P. 2015. Effect of scale on trait predictors of species responses to agriculture. Conservation Biology 29: 463-472.

Gilroy, J.J., Prescott, G.W., Cardenas, J.S., Castañeda, P.G., Medina, C., Haugaasen, T. & Edwards, D.P. Minimizing the biodiversity impact of Neotropical oil palm development. 2015. Global Change Biology 21: 1531-1540.

de Assis, R.L., Haugaasen, T., Schöngart, J., Montero, J.C., Piedade, M.T.F. & Wittmann, F. 2015. Patterns of tree diversity and composition in Amazonian floodplain paleo-várzea forest. Journal of Vegetation Science 26: 312-322.

de Assis, R.L., Wittmann, F. & Haugaasen, T. 2015. Effects of hydroperiod and substrate properties on tree alpha diversity and composition in Amazonian floodplain forests. Plant Ecology 216: 41-54.


Gilroy, J.J.,  Edwards, F.A., Medina, C., Haugaasen, T. & Edwards, D.P. 2014. Surrounding habitat mediate the trade-off between land-sharing and land-sparing agriculture in the tropics. Journal of Applied Ecology 51: 1337-1346.

Gilroy, J.J., Woodcock, P., Edwards, F.A., Wheeler, C., Baptiste, B.L.G., Medina, C., Haugaasen, T. & Edwards, D.P. 2014. Cheap carbon and biodiversity co-benefits from forest regeneration in a hotspot of endemism. Nature Climate Change 4: 503-507.

Gilroy, J.J., Woodcock, P., Edwards, F.A., Wheeler, C., Medina, C., Haugaasen, T. & Edwards, D.P. 2014. Optimizing carbon storage and biodiversity protection in tropical agricultural landscapes. Global Change Biology 20: 2162-2172.

Endo, W., Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2014. Seasonal abundance and breeding habitat occupancy of the Orinoco goose (Neochen jubata) in western Brazilian Amazonia. Bird Conservation International 24: 518-529.

Oliveiras, I., van der Eyden, M., Mahli, Y., Cahuana, N., Menor, C., Zamora, F. & Haugaasen, T. 2014. Grass allometry and estimation of above-ground biomass in tropical alpine tussock grasslands. Austral Ecology 39: 408-415.

Bobrowiec, P.E.D., dos Santos Rosa, L., Gazarini, J. & Haugaasen, T.  2014. Phyllostomid bat assemblage structure in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forest. Biotropica 46: 312-321.


Luna-Maira, L., Alarcón-Nieto, G., Haugaasen, T. & Brooks, D. 2013. Habitat use and ecology of Wattled Curassows (Crax globulosa) on islands in the lower Caquetá river, Colombia. Journal of Field Ornithology 84: 23-31.

Haugaasen, T., Endo, W., Luna-Maira, L. & Peres, C.A. 2013. Photospot: Red-Billed Ground Cuckoo Neomorphus pucheranii lepidophanes. Neotropical Birding 12: 55-56.


Barnett, A.A., Boyle, S.A., Norconk, M.M., Palminteri, S., Santos, R.R., Veiga, L.M., Alvim, T.H.G., Bowler, M., Chism, J., Di Fiore, A., Fernandez-Duque, E., Guimarães, A.C.P., Harrison-Levine, A., Haugaasen, T. and 20 other authors. 2012. Terrestrial activity in Pitheciines (Cacajao, Chiropotes and Pithecia). American Journal of Primatology 74: 1106-1127.

Tuck Haugaasen, J.M., Haugaasen, T., Peres, C.A., Gribel R. & Wegge, P. 2012. Fruit removal and natural seed dispersal of the Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa) in central Amazonia, Brazil. Biotropica 44: 205-210.


Haugaasen, T. & Tuck Haugaasen, J.M. 2010. Cache pilferage may be prominent in Neotropical forests. Mammalia 74: 423-425.


Tuck Haugaasen, J.M., Haugaasen, T., Peres, C.A., Gribel R. & Wegge, P. 2010. Seed dispersal of the Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa) by scatter-hoarding rodents in a central Amazonian forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology 26: 251-262.

Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2009. Interspecific primate associations in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forests. Primates 50: 239-251.


Haugaasen, T.  2009. A Lepidopteran defoliator attack on Brazil nut trees (Bertholletia excelsa) in central Amazonia, Brazil. Biotropica 41: 275-278.


Haugaasen, T. 2008. Seed predation of Couratari guianensis (Lecythidaceae) by Macaws. Ornitologia Neotropical 19: 321-328.


Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2008. Associations between primates and other mammals in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forests. Primates 49: 219-222.


Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2008. Population abundance and biomass of large-bodied birds in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forest. Bird Conservation International. 18: 87-101.


Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2007. Vertebrate responses to plant phenology in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forest. Biodiversity and Conservation 16: 4165-4190.


Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2006. Floristic, edaphic and structural characteristics of flooded and unflooded forests in the lower Purús region of central Amazônia, Brazil. Acta Amazonica 36: 25-36.


Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2005. Primate assemblage structure in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forest. American Journal of Primatology 67: 243-258.


Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2005. Tree phenology in adjacent Amazonian flooded and unflooded forests. Biotropica 37: 620-630.


Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2005. Mammal assemblage structure in Amazonian flooded and unflooded forests. Journal of Tropical Ecology 21: 133-145.


Haugaasen, T., Barlow, J.  & Peres, C.A. 2003. Effects of surface fires on understorey insectivorous birds and terrestrial arthropods in central Brazilian Amazonia. Animal Conservation 6: 299-306.


Haugaasen, T., Barlow, J. & Peres, C.A. 2003. Surface wildfires in central Amazonia: short-term impact on forest structure and carbon loss. Forest Ecology and Management 179: 321-331.


Peres, C.A., Barlow, J. & Haugaasen T.  2003. Vertebrate responses to surface fires in a central Amazonian forest. Oryx 37: 97-109.


Barlow, B. J., Peres, C.A., Lagan, B.O. & Haugaasen, T. 2003. Large tree mortality and the decline of forest biomass following Amazonian wildfires. Ecology Letters 6: 6-8.


Barlow, J., Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2002. Sympatry of the Black-faced Hawk (Leucopternis melanops) and the White-browed Hawk (Leucopternis kuhli) in the Lower Rio Tapajós, Pará, Brazil. Cotinga 18: 77-79.


Barlow, J., Haugaasen, T. & Peres, C.A. 2002. Effects of ground fires on understorey bird assemblages in Amazonian forests. Biological Conservation 105: 157-169.




Angelsen, A. & Haugaasen, T. 2019. Amazonas-brannene: Vi frykter at dette bare er begynnelsen. Aftenposten 30. aug.

Wiig, H. & Haugaasen, T. 2016. Colombia ser fremover. Dagens Næringsliv 23. des.


Wiig, H. & Haugaasen, T. 2016. Palmeolje kan gi bærekraftig biodiesel. Dagens Næringsliv 13. des.


Haugaasen, T. & Wiig, H. 2016. Miljøvennlig palmeolje i mengder. Dagens Næringsliv 16. mar. p. 35.


Haugaasen, T. & Tuck Haugaasen, J.M. 2010. Paranøtter – livsgrunnlaget i hjertet av Amazonas. Biolog 28: 64-69.