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Predicting the geographical distribution of Glycaspis brimblecombei (Hemiptera: Psylloidea) in Brazil
The red gum lerp psyllid, Glycaspis brimblecombei Moore, has been introduced from Australia into several countries, mostly in the Americas and Europe. It was first discovered in Brazil in 2003 andExpand
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Aceleração do crescimento em diâmetro de espécies da Floresta Ombrófila Mista nos últimos 90 anos
A Floresta Ombrofila Mista e considerada uma das principais formacoes do bioma Mata Atlântica. Apesar de sua importância, existe uma carencia de informacoes sobre a dinâmica de crescimento deExpand
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Sustainable Forest Management in Rural Southern Brazil: Exploring Participatory Forest Management Planning
Historically, agriculture and livestock farming have been the main drivers of land cover conversion replacing natural forests in tropical and sub-tropical Brazil. The consequences for the landscapeExpand
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Understanding multi-temporal urban forest cover using high resolution images
Abstract Urban forests offer city residents a better quality of life. They also act as barrier and filter to pollutants resulting from human activities. Mapping the distribution of forests in urbanExpand
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Criteria to be considered to achieve a sustainable second cycle in Amazon Forest.
R emnant forest structure and increment by diameter class play a decisive role in the recovery volume for the next cutting cycle . Tree species in the Amazon Forest do not present a defined patternExpand
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Climate change and conservation of Araucaria angustifolia in Brazil
The ombrophilous (high-rainfall tolerant) mixed forest of southern Brazil has a canopy dominated by Parana pine (Araucaria angustifolia) and is thus also referred to as Araucaria forest (Veloso,Expand
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Carbon sequestration and riparian zones: Assessing the impacts of changing regulatory practices in Southern Brazil
Despite the consensus that riparian zones are important for the conservation of biological diversity and many other ecosystem services, there are no consistent regulations for how, or if, riparianExpand
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Influence of spacing regimes on the development of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) in Southern Brazil
Abstract The economic potential of loblolly pine has long been recognized due to the ability to achieve growth levels in commercial plantations that far exceed their expected natural growth. InterestExpand
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