Autogenic regulation and resilience in tropical dry forest

Rodrigo Muñoz, Frans Bongers, Danae Rozendaal, Edgar Javier González, Juan Manuel Dupuy & Jorge Meave
1. Engineering resilience, a forest’s ability to maintain its properties in the event of disturbance, comprises two components: resistance and recovery. In human-dominated landscapes, forest resilience depends mostly on recovery. Forest recovery largely depends on autogenic regulation, which entails a negative feedback loop between rates of change of forest state variables and state variables themselves. Hence community dynamics changes in response to deviations from forest equilibrium state. Based on the premise that autogenic regulation is...
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