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(ii) that the ratio of aboveground biomass to root biomass is 3 :1 {the average value of three studies in Brazilian Amazonia [P. Fearnside, Emissão e Sequestro de CO 2 (Companha Vale do Rio Doce, Rio de Janeiro, 1994), pp. 95–124]}, consistent with a global analysis of root biomass allocation [M. A.logia 111, 1 (1997)]; and (iii) that root biomass increased(More)
  • C Huang, Wei, Li, Sun, R Sleep, C Jones +17 others
  • 2008
55 role of predation risk, proximity to feeding sites, and territorial defence.ing cave selection, activity pattern and time budget of white-headed langurs. Int. Ecological aspects of black-pincelled marmoset (Callithrix penicillata) in the cerradão and dense cerrado of the Brazilian central plateau. The brown capuchin monkey (Cebus apella): Ecology and(More)
Human-induced land use changes are the primary drivers of a range of infectious disease outbreaks and emergence events and also modi-fiers of the transmission of endemic infections (Patz et al. 2000). These land use changes include deforestation, road construction, agricultural encroachment, dam building, irrigation , coastal zone degradation, wetland(More)
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