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Abstract:Past studies of large, infrequent wind disturbances have shown that topographical, biological and meteorological factors interact to create complex damage patterns to forest ecosystems. However, the extent to which some of these factors change the forest microclimate along a vertical forest profile is poorly known. In a previous study, we correlated tree damage with a hurricane model that estimated past hurricane impacts within Cusuco National Park, Honduras over a 15-y period. Here wedoi:10.1017/s0266467414000315 fatcat:zdgignrmzfhfxbcl4b2zod47oe