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The Late Miocene paleogeography of the Amazon Basin and the evolution of the Amazon River system
Late Miocene continental sedimentation in southwestern Amazonia and its regional significance: Biotic and geological evidence
Amazonia during the last glacial
Tropical forest changes during the late quaternary in African and South American lowlands
Southern Oscillation Signal in South American Palaeoclimatic Data of the Last 7000 Years
Abstract During strong El Niño events, rainfall anomalies and changes in wind patterns are observed in different regions of South America. Along the central Brazilian coast, during the 1983 El Niño…
Neogene palynology of the Solimões Basin, Brazilian Amazonia
Community Structure of Woody Plants of Roraima Savannahs, Brazil
Patterns of diversity and community organisation of woody species ofsavannahs in Roraima, northern Brazil, were investigated, to relate structural data with edaphic factors and to analyse floristic relationships using classification and ordination techniques, revealing that ecological differentiation is based not only on species density but also on basal area.
Amazonia rainforest fires : a lacustrine record of 7000 years
Although human influence dominates present-day Amazonian rainforest fires, old charcoal fragments, buried in the soils or in lacustrine sediments, confirm that fire has played a major role in the…
The Hill of Six Lakes revisited: new data and re-evaluation of a key Pleistocene Amazon site
Pollen harvest features of the Central Amazonian bee Scaptotrigona fulvicutis Moure 1964 (Apidae: Meliponinae), in Brazil
The harvested pollen types abundance matrix showed that there was little species dissimilarity between the months, which resulted in the formation of two large groups, Mimosaceae, Myrtaceae and Sapindaceae were the most frequently visited.