Woodwell @ Tanguro

Understanding ecosystem dynamics at the world’s largest agricultural frontier

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Climatic limit for agriculture in Brazil

Rattis, L., P.M. Brando, M.N. Macedo, S.A. Spera, A.D.A. Castanho, E.Q. Marques, N.Q. Costa, D.V. Silverio, and M.T. Coe. (2021). Nature Climate Change


Agricultural land-use change alters the structure and diversity of Amazon riparian forests

Maracahipes-Santos, L., D.V. Silverio, M.N. Macedo, L. Maracahipes, K.J. Jankowski, L.N. Paolucci, C. Neill, and P.M. Brando (2020). Biological Conservation


Prolonged tropical forest degradation due to compounding disturbances: Implications for CO2 and H2O fluxes

Brando, P.M., D. Silvério, L. Maracahipes-Santos, C. Oliveira-Santos, S.R. Levick, M.T. Coe, M. Migliavacca, J.K. Balch, M.N. Macedo, D.C. Nepstad, L. Maracahipes, E. Davidson, G. Asner, O. Kolle, S. Trumbore (2019). Global Change Biology


The forests of the Amazon and Cerrado moderate regional climate and are the key to the future

Coe, M.T., P.M. Brando, L.A. Deegan, M.N. Macedo, C. Neill, and D.V. Silvério (2017). Tropical Conservation Science