Craven, D., D. Dent, D. Braden, M.S. Ashton, G.P. Berlyn, and J.S. Hall. Seasonal variability of photosynthetic characteristics influences growth of eight tropical tree species at two sites with contrasting precipitation in Panama. Forest Ecology & Management. In press. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2010.09.017
van Breugel, M., J. S. Hall, D. J. Craven, D. H. Dent, A. Park, M. H. Wishnie, T. G. Gregoire, E. Mariscal, J. Deago, D. Ibarra, N. Cedeno, and M. S. Ashton. Early growth and survival of 49 tropical tree species across sites differing in soil fertility and rainfall in Panama. Forest Ecology & Management. In press.
Craven, D., N. Cedeño, E. Mariscal, J. Deago, M.H. Wishnie, and J.S. Hall.. Amelioration of growing
conditions in a mixed species plantation of Terminalia amazonia and Nitrogen-fixing Dalbergia retusa. In: Restoring degraded landscapes with native species in Latin America. Nova Science Publishers, New York. In press.
Craven, D., S. Gulamhussein, and G. P. Berlyn. 2010. Physiological and anatomical responses of Acacia koa (Gray) seedlings to varying light and drought conditions. Environmental and Experimental Botany 69:205-213.
Piotto, D., Craven, D., Montagnini, F., and F. Alice. 2010. Silvicultural and economic aspects of pure and mixed native tree species plantations on degraded pasturelands in humid Costa Rica. New Forests 39: 369-385.
Craven, D., J.S. Hall, and J.M. Verjans. 2009. Impacts of herbicide application and mechanical cleanings on
growth and mortality of two timber species in S. spontaneum grasslands of the Panama Canal Watershed. Restoration Ecology. 17(6): 751-761.
Craven, D., D. Braden, M.S. Ashton, G.P. Berlyn, M.H. Wishnie, and D. Dent. 2007. Between and within-
site comparisons of structural and physiological characteristics and foliar nutrient content of 14 tree species at a wet, fertile site and a dry, infertile site in Panama. Forest Ecology & Management 238(1-3), 335 - 346.