Forestry Engineer, Universidad de La Plata, Argentina
M.S. in Soil Science, Universidad del Sur, Argentina
Ph.D. in Agronomy and Soil Science, University of Hawaii
Trentini, C., P.I. Campanello, A. Ares. 2017. Thinning of loblolly plantations in
subtropical argentina: impact on microclimate and understory vegetation. Forest Ecology
and Management 384: 236-247.
Puettmann, K., A. Ares, J.I. Burton, E.K. Dodson. 2016. Forest restoration using variable
density thinning: Lessons from Douglas-fir stands in Western Oregon. Forests (Published
online December 7, 2016).
Himmelstein, J., A. Ares, E. van Houweling. 2016. Sustainable intensification: A multifaceted
systemic approach to improve food security. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
Himmelstein. J., A. Ares, D. Gallagher, J. Meyers. 2016. A meta-analysis of intercropping
in Africa: Impacts on yield, integrated pest management and farm income. In preparation
for the International Journal of Agriculture Sustainability (Published online October
Ella, V.B., M.R. Reyes, A. Mercado, A. Ares, R. Padre. 2016. Conservation agriculture
increases soil organic carbon and residual water content in upland crop production
systems. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 5: 24-29.
Burton, J., A. Ares, K.J. Puettmann, D. Olsen. 2013. Ecosystem functioning in managed
forests: tradeoffs among carbon storage and plant species richness. Ecological Applications
Amiotti, N.L., P. Zalba, A. Ares, J.M. Rossi. 2012. Coniferous afforestation increases
soil carbon in maritime sand dunes. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science 59:289-304.
Dodson, E.K, A. Ares, K.J. Puettmann. 2012. Early tree responses to thinning treatments
designed to accelerate late successional forest structure in young coniferous stands
of western Oregon, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42: 345-355.
Gleason, S.M., J. Read, A. Ares. 2011. Biomass partitioning and phosphorus economics
of Queensland rainforest tree seedlings grown under different levels of fertilisation
and radiation. Journal of Tropical Ecology 27:133-145.
Ares, A., A.R. Neill, K. Puettmann. 2010. Understory abundance, species diversity
and functional attribute response to stand density management in coniferous stands.
Forest Ecology and Management 260: 1104-1113.
Gleason, S.M., J. Read, A. Ares. 2010. Species-soil associations, disturbance, and
nutrient cycling in Australian rainforests in soils of contrasting fertility. Oecologia
Gleason, S.M., J. Read, A. Ares, D.J. Metcalfe. 2009. Phosphorus economics of tropical
rainforest species and stands across soil contrasts in Queensland, Australia: Understanding
the effects of soil specialisation and trait plasticity. Functional Ecology 23:1157-1166.
Ares, A., S.D. Berryman, K.J. Puettmann. 2009. Understory vegetation response to thinning
disturbance of varying intensities in young coniferous stands. Applied Vegetation
Science 12: 472-487.
Ares, A., D.M. Burner, D.K. Brauer. 2009. Soil phosphorus and water effects on growth,
nutrient and carbohydrate concentrations, δ13C, and nodulation of mimosa (Albizia julibrissin Durz.) on a highly-weathered soil. Agroforestry Systems 76: 317-325.
Ares, A., C.A. Harrington, T.A. Terry, J.M. Kraft. 2008. Early and late wood δ13C
in young Douglas-fir in relation to intensive vegetation management. Trees-Structure
and Function 22:603-609.
Friday, J.B., P.G. Scowcroft, A. Ares. 2008 Responses of native and invasive plant
species to selective logging in an Acacia koa-Metrosideros polymorpha, forest in Hawaii. Applied Vegetation Science 11:471-482.
Ares, A., J. Fownes, P. Simmonds. 2008. Wood production and native vegetation conservation
in Hawaii’s uplands. Western Journal of Applied Forestry 23:177-182.
Petersen, K.S., A. Ares, T. A. Terry, R. B. Harrison. 2008. Vegetation competition
effects on aboveground biomass and macronutrients, leaf area, and crown structure
in five-year old Douglas-fir. New Forests 35:299-311.
Burner, D.M., D.J. Carrier, D.P. Belesky, D.H. Pote, A. Ares, E.C. Clausen. 2008.
Yield components and nutritive value of Robinia pseudoacacia and Albizia julibrissin in Arkansas, USA. Agroforestry Systems 72:51-62.
Leishman, M.R., T. Haslehurst, A. Ares, Z. Baruch. 2007. Leaf trait relationships
of native and invasive plants: community and global-scale comparisons. New Phytologist
Campanello, P., M.G. Gatti, A. Ares, L. Montti, G. Goldstein. 2007. Tree regeneration
and microclimate in a liana and bamboo-dominated semideciduous Atlantic Forest. Forest
Ecology and Management 252: 108-117.
Ares, A., T.A. Terry, C.A. Harrington, W. D. Devine, D. Peter. 2007. Biomass removal,
soil compaction, and vegetation control effects on five-year growth of Douglas-Fir
in Coastal Washington. Forest Science 53: 600-610.
Yost, R.S., and A. Ares. 2007. Phosphorus and lime requirements in acid soils for
tree crops: a review. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 19: 176-185.
Ares, A., T.A. Terry, K. B. Piatek, R.B. Harrison, R.E. Miller, B. Flaming, C. Licata,
B. Strahm, C.A. Harrington, R. Meade, H. W. Anderson, L.C. Brodie, J.M. Kraft. 2007.
The Fall River long term site productivity study in coastal Washington: site characteristics,
experimental design, and biomass, carbon and nitrogen stores before and after harvest.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Gen. Tech. Report PNW-GTR-691. Portland,
OR. 85 p.
Burner, D.M., D.H. Pote, A. Ares. 2006. Foliar and shoot allometry of pollarded black
locust, Robinia pseudoacacia L. Agroforestry Systems 68: 37-42.
Ares, A., W. Reid, D. K. Brauer. 2006. Production and economics of native pecan silvopastures.
Agroforestry Systems 66: 205-215.
Ares, A., T.A. Terry, R.E. Miller, H.W. Anderson, B.L. Flaming. 2005. Forest harvest
effects on soil physical properties and Douglas-fir growth. Soil Science Society of
America Journal 69:1822-1832.
Ares, A. and D. K. Brauer. 2005. Biomass partitioning in loblolly pine silvopastoral
stands: spatial configuration and pruning effects. Forest Ecology and Management 219:
Ares, A. and D.K. Brauer. 2005. Growth and nut production of black walnut in relation
to site quality, tree type and stand conditions in south-eastern United States. Agroforestry
Systems 63: 79-86.
Gleason, S.M., and A. Ares. 2004. Ecophysiology of native and invasive tree species:
growth, photosynthesis, and carbohydrate storage of koa and tropical ash in relation
to light and defoliation. Tree Physiology 24: 1087-1097.
Ares, A., D. St Louis, D. Brauer. 2003. Trends in tree growth and understory yield
in silvopastoral practices with southern pines. Agroforestry Systems 59: 27-33.
Ares, A., N., Falcao, K. Yuyama, R.S. Yost, C.R. Clement. 2003. Response to fertilization
and nutrient deficiency diagnosis in peach palm in Central Amazonia. Nutrient Cycling
in Agroecosystems 66: 221-232.
Ares, A., J.P. Quesada, J. Boniche, R.S. Yost, E. Molina, J. Smyth. 2002. Allometric
relationships in Bactris gasipaes Kunth for heart-of-palm production agroecosystems
in Costa Rica. Journal of Agriculture Science (Cambridge) 138: 285-292.
Ares, A., J. Boniche, E. Molina, R.S. Yost. 2002. Bactris gasipaes agroecosystems
for heart-of-palm production in Costa Rica: Changes in biomass, nutrient and carbon
pools with stand age and plant density. Field Crops Research 74: 13-22.
Ares, A. and J.H. Fownes. 2001. Productivity, resource use and competitive interactions
of Fraxinus uhdei in Hawaii uplands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31: 1-11.
Ares, A., J.H. Fownes, W. Sun. 2000. Genetic differentiation of intrinsic water-use
efficiency in the Hawaiian native Acacia koa. International Journal of Plant Sciences
Ares, A. and J.H. Fownes. 2000. Productivity, nutrient and water-use efficiency of
Eucalyptus saligna and Toona ciliata in Hawaii. Forest Ecology and Management 139:
Deenik, J., A. Ares, R.S. Yost. 2000. Fertilization response and nutrient diagnosis
in peach palm (Bactris gasipaes): a review. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 56:
Ares, A. and J.H. Fownes. 2000. Comparisons between generalized and specific tree
biomass functions as applied to tropical ash. New Forests 20: 277-286.
Ares, A. and J.H. Fownes. 1999. Water supply regulates structure, productivity and
water-use-efficiency of Acacia koa forest in Hawaii. Oecologia 121: 458-46.
Pattison, R.R., G. Goldstein, A. Ares. 1998. Growth, biomass allocation and photosynthesis
of invasive and native Hawaiian wet rainforest species. Oecologia: 117:449-459.
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