His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Biodiversity, Inga, Amazon rainforest and Species richness. He focuses mostly in the field of Ecology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Janzen–Connell hypothesis and, in certain cases, Tree species. His Biodiversity research focuses on Habitat and how it relates to Agroforestry.
His research in Inga focuses on subjects like Biological dispersal, which are connected to Biogeography and Allopatric speciation. The various areas that Kyle G. Dexter examines in his Amazon rainforest study include Dry season, Climate change and Tropics. His work in Species richness tackles topics such as Rainforest which are related to areas like Tropical climate, Species diversity, Biome, Threatened species and Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Biodiversity, Species richness, Amazon rainforest and Amazonian. His study in Biological dispersal extends to Ecology with its themes. His Biodiversity research incorporates elements of Inga, Agroforestry, Canopy and Tropics.
His research investigates the link between Amazon rainforest and topics such as Edaphic that cross with problems in Monodominance. His Amazonian study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Range, Tree species and Habitat. His work carried out in the field of Biome brings together such families of science as Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests and Vegetation.
His main research concerns Ecology, Biome, Amazon rainforest, Lineage and Biodiversity. His studies link Xylem with Ecology. His Biome research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Environmental niche modelling, Species distribution and Macroecology.
His work in the fields of Amazonian overlaps with other areas such as Elevation. His studies in Amazonian integrate themes in fields like Edaphic and Tree species. Kyle G. Dexter interconnects Land use, land-use change and forestry, Climate change, Biogeochemical cycle, Threatened species and Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests in the investigation of issues within Biodiversity.
Kyle G. Dexter mainly investigates Ecology, Amazon rainforest, Tree, Physical geography and Species richness. His Ecology study frequently links to other fields, such as Xylem. His work in the fields of Amazon rainforest, such as Amazonian, overlaps with other areas such as Relative abundance distribution.
His Physical geography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Taxonomy, Estimator and Tree species. Kyle G. Dexter has researched Species richness in several fields, including Arid, Protected area and Tropics. His Biome research includes themes of Biodiversity hotspot, Phytogeography, Indicator species, Conservation status and Endemism.
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Hyperdominance in the Amazonian Tree Flora
Hans Ter Steege;Hans Ter Steege;Nigel C.A. Pitman;Daniel Sabatier;Christopher Baraloto.
A new subfamily classification of the leguminosae based on a taxonomically comprehensive phylogeny
Nasim Azani;Marielle Babineau;C. Donovan Bailey;Hannah Banks.
Plant diversity patterns in neotropical dry forests and their conservation implications
The evolution of antiherbivore defenses and their contribution to species coexistence in the tropical tree genus Inga
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
Compositional response of Amazon forests to climate change
Adriane Esquivel‐Muelbert;Timothy R. Baker;Kyle G. Dexter;Simon L. Lewis;Simon L. Lewis.
Global Change Biology (2019)
Using functional traits and phylogenetic trees to examine the assembly of tropical tree communities
Journal of Ecology (2012)
Seasonal drought limits tree species across the Neotropics
Adriane Esquivel-Muelbert;Timothy R. Baker;Kyle G. Dexter;Simon L. Lewis;Simon L. Lewis.
Biological and geophysical feedbacks with fire in the Earth system
Sally Archibald;Sally Archibald;C. E. R. Lehmann;C. E. R. Lehmann;Claire M. Belcher;William J. Bond.
Environmental Research Letters (2018)
Phylogenetic density dependence and environmental filtering predict seedling mortality in a tropical forest
Ecology Letters (2012)
Species distribution modelling: Contrasting presence-only models with plot abundance data
Vitor H.F. Gomes;Vitor H.F. Gomes;Stéphanie D. Ijff;Niels Raes;Iêda Leão Amaral.
Scientific Reports (2018)
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