David Boshier
David Boshier
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TitleCited byYear
Genetic resource impacts of habitat loss and degradation; reconciling empirical evidence and predicted theory for neotropical trees
AJ Lowe, D Boshier, M Ward, CFE Bacles, C Navarro
Heredity 95 (4), 255-273, 2005
4732005
Increased pollen flow counteracts fragmentation in a tropical dry forest: an example from Swietenia humilis Zuccarini
GM White, DH Boshier, W Powell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (4), 2038-2042, 2002
3802002
Arboles de centroAmérica
J Cordero, DH Boshier
Un Manual para Extensionistas. Instituto Forestal de Oxford-CATIE. San José …, 2003
249*2003
Árboles de Centroamérica: un manual para extensionistas
D Boshier, J Cordero
Turrialba, CR: CATIE, 2003
204*2003
Árboles de Centroamérica: un manual para extensionistas
A Barrance
Bib. Orton IICA/CATIE, 2003
2042003
Genetic variation within a fragmented population of Swietenia humilis Zucc.
GM White, DH Boshier, W Powell
Molecular Ecology 8 (11), 1899-1909, 1999
1701999
Forest Conservation Genetics: Principles and Practice
D Boshier, T Boyle
CSIRO Publishing, 2000
140*2000
Population genetics of Cordia alliodora (Boraginaceae), a neotropical tree. 3. Gene flow, neighborhood, and population substructure
DH Boshier, MR Chase, KS Bawa
American journal of botany, 484-490, 1995
1401995
Forest conservation genetics: principles and practice
AG Young, D Boshier, TJB Boyle
Csiro Publishing, 2000
1372000
Genetic considerations in ecosystem restoration using native tree species
E Thomas, R Jalonen, J Loo, D Boshier, L Gallo, S Cavers, S Bordács, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 333, 66-75, 2014
1202014
Ecology provides a pragmatic solution to the maintenance of genetic diversity in sustainably managed tropical rain forests
SB Jennings, ND Brown, DH Boshier, TC Whitmore, J do CA Lopes
Forest Ecology and Management 154 (1), 1-10, 2001
1122001
Gene flow in forest trees.
JL Hamrick, JD Nason, A Young, D Boshier, T Boyle
Forest conservation genetics: principles and practice, 81-90, 2000
1052000
Population genetics of Cordia alliodora (Boraginaceae), a neotropical tree. 1. Genetic variation in natural populations
MR Chase, DH Boshier, KS Bawa
American Journal of Botany, 468-475, 1995
921995
Population genetics of Cordia alliodora (Boraginaceae), a neotropical tree. 2. Mating system
DH Boshier, MR Chase, KS Bawa
American Journal of Botany, 476-483, 1995
841995
Fragmented but not isolated: contribution of single trees, small patches and long-distance pollen flow to genetic connectivity for Gomortega keule, an endangered Chilean tree
TA Lander, DH Boshier, SA Harris
Biological Conservation 143 (11), 2583-2590, 2010
832010
Forest conservation genetics: limitations and future directions.
DH Boshier, AG Young, A Young, D Boshier, T Boyle
Forest conservation genetics: Principles and practice, 289-297, 2000
72*2000
Mating systems.
DH Boshier, A Young, D Boshier, T Boyle
Forest conservation genetics: principles and practice, 63-79, 2000
722000
The resilience of forest fragmentation genetics—no longer a paradox—we were just looking in the wrong place
AJ Lowe, S Cavers, D Boshier, MF Breed, PM Hollingsworth
Heredity 115 (2), 97-99, 2015
582015
Genetic considerations in ecosystem restoration using native tree species
M Bozzano, R Jalonen, E Thomas, D Boshier, L Gallo, S Cavers, ...
State of the World’s Forest Genetic Resources–Thematic Study. Rome, FAO and …, 2014
55*2014
The Circe Principle explains how resource-rich land can waylay pollinators in fragmented landscapes
TA Lander, DP Bebber, CTL Choy, SA Harris, DH Boshier
Current Biology 21 (15), 1302-1307, 2011
512011
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