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Hydrology, Models

Hydrologic Modeling of Land Processes in Puerto Rico Using Remotely Sensed Data
Cruise, J. F.; Miller, R. L.
Journal of the American Water Resources Association, vol. 30, Issue 3, p.419-428

Climate, Models

Carter MM, Elsner JB. 1997. A statistical method for forecasting rainfall over Puerto Rico. Weather Forecasting 12: 515–525.


Gonza´lez, J. E., C. Luvall, D. Rickman, D. Comarazamy, A. Picon,
E. Harmsen, H. Parsiani, N. Va´squez, R. Williams, and R. W. Waide
(2005), Urban heat islands developing in coastal tropical cities, Eos
Trans. AGU, 86(42), 397, doi:10.1029/2005EO420001.


Altaii, K. and R.N. Farrugia (2003), “Wind characteristics on the Caribbean island of Puerto
Rico”, Renewable Energy, 2003. 28(11): 1701-1710.


Chinea, J. Danilo; Helmer, Eileen H. 2003. Diversity and composition of tropical secondary forests recovering from large-scale clearing: results from the 1990 inventory in Puerto Rico.. Forest Ecology and Management 180 :227-240.


Kennaway, Todd; Helmer, E. H. 2007. The Forest Types and Ages Cleared for Land Development in Puerto Rico.. GIScience & Remote Sensing, 44, No. 4, :356-382.

Scharrón C.E.R.

Carlos E. Ramos Scharrón
Sediment production from unpaved roads in a sub-tropical dry setting — Southwestern Puerto Rico
Volume 82, Issue 3, 15 September 2010, Pages 146-158