Chemical analysis of rainfall and throughfall in the Tapajós National Forest, Belterra, Pará, Brazil

@inproceedings{Junior2015ChemicalAO,
  title={Chemical analysis of rainfall and throughfall in the Tapaj{\'o}s National Forest, Belterra, Par{\'a}, Brazil},
  author={Raimundo Cosme de Oliveira Junior and Michael Meier Keller and Jos{\'e} Francisco Ramos and Troy Patrick Beldini and Patrick M Crill and Pl{\'i}nio Barbosa de Camargo and Joost van Haren},
  year={2015}
}
The Tapajos National Forest (FLONA Tapajos) has 600,000 hectares of protected forest, and is situated 50 km south of the city of Santarem, Para, Brazil, a port city of 250,000 inhabitants that is located at the confluence of the Tapajos and Amazon Rivers. There is a lot of farmland in the region, which offers many opportunities to study changes in land use. Selective wood harvesting is one type of land use that is particularly important to the economy of Santarem. Wet and dry deposition of… CONTINUE READING

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