Cleise Cordeiro da Cruz

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The Bragança Peninsula, in northern Brazil is characterized by macrotides (4 m) and specific edaphic conditions, which determine the local mangrove forest’s development. This study, conducted during the dry season evaluated the spatial patterns of Rhizophora mangle and Avicennia germinans species across an inundation gradient. Along a transect of 700 m,(More)
We examined porewater salinity, soil redox potential (Eh), soil extractable phosphate (extr.-P), leaf phosphorus (leaf-P) and plant growth in relation to inundation frequency (IF) and mangrove species distributions along a 600 m transect in the Bragança Peninsula, North Brazil. The forest species composition changed across the tidal zone with Avicennia(More)
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