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    PEIXOTO, Rodrigo. Indígenas resistentes se movimentam por identidade e território no Baixo Tapajós (Leia aqui)

    VIEIRA, Ima Célia Guimarães, BECKER, B. K . A revisão do Código Florestal e o desenvolvimento do país, Pará, Brasil. Ciência Hoje, v. 46, p. 64-67, 2010.

    AMARAL, D. D. VIEIRA, I. C. G. SALOMÃO, R. P. ALMEIDA, S. S. de. JARDIM, M. A. G. Checklist da Flora Arbórea de Remanescentes Florestais da Região Metropolitana de Belém, Pará, Brasil. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi, Ciências Naturais, v. 4, p. 231-289, 2009.

    AMARANTE, C. B. do. SILVA, J. C. F. da. SOLANO, F. A. R. NASCIMENTO, L. D. do. MORAES, L. G. SILVA, G. F. UNO, W. S. Estudo Espectrométrico das folhas da aninga (Montrichardia linifera) coletadas à margem do Rio Guamá no campus da UFPA, Belém-PA. Uma contribuição ao estudo químico da família Araceae. Revista Científica da UFPA, v. 7, p. 1-19, 2009.

    BARROS, P. L. C. NOVAES, T. V. CORDEIRO, I. M. C. C. EQUAÇÃO DE VOLUME E FUNÇÃO DE AFILAMENTO PARA ÁRVORES Schizolobium parahyba var. amazonicum (Huber ex Ducke) Barneby (PARICA) NO MUNICÍPIO DE AURORA DO PARÁ (PA). Revista de Ciências Agrárias (Belém), 2009.

    BECKER, B. K. Novas territorialidades na Amazônia: desafio às políticas públicas. Boletim Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi: Ciências Humanas, v. 5, p. 17-23, 2010. (ARTIGO PUBLICADO EM PERIÓDICO NACIONAL)

    BELDINI, T. P. MCNABB, K. et al. O efeito de manejo silvicultural de Eucalipto sobre matéria orgânica e frações de solo na Amazônia. Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo, v.33, p.30-41. 2009.

    BIGIO, N. C. SECCO, R. S. 2010. Uma nova espécie de Pera (Peraceae) endêmica de Manaus, Amazonas, Brasil. Rodriguésia 61: 77 – 81.
    CERRI, C. C. BERNOUX, M. et al. Greenhouse gas mitigation options in Brazil for land-use change, livestock and agriculture. Scientia Agricola v.67, p.102-116. 2010

    CERRI, C. C. Maia, S. M. F. et al. Brazilian Greenhouse Gas Emissions: the importance of agriculture and livestock. Scientia Agricola, v.66, p.831-843. 2009

    DE LIMA, S. S. DE AQUINO, A. M. et al. Relationship between edaphic macrofauna and soil chemical attributes in different agroecosystems. Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira 45(3):322-331.

    FÉLIX-DA-SILVA, M. M. BASTOS, M. de N. do C. GURGEL, E. S. C. Aspectos taxonômicos e morfológicos do processo germinativo e da plântula de Peltogyne venosa subsp. densiflora (Spruce ex Benth.) M.F. Silva (Leguminosae Caesalpinioideae). Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Naturais, v. 4, p. 291-302, 2009.

    FONSECA, M. J. C. F. Rede de saberes em Educação Ambiental: experiência do Núcleo de Educação Científica, Ambiental e Práticas Sociais – Necaps/UEPA. Revista FURGS, 2010 (no prelo)

    KERN, D. C. Análise e interpretação dos solos e/ou sedimentos nas pesquisas arqueológicas. Revista do Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia, v. 1, p. 3-17, 2009.

    LAVELLE, P. 2009. Ecology and the challenge of a multifunctional use of soil. Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira 44(8): 803-810.

    LEMOS, V. P. COSTA, M. L. da. KERN, D. C. GURJÃO, R. S. LIMA, W. VALENTIM, T. L. Comportamento do arsênio em perfis de solos do Sítio Ilha de Terra de Caxiuanã- Pará (Arsenic behavior in soil Profiles on the Sítio Ilha de Terra from Caxiuanã-Pará). Revista da Escola de Minas (Impresso), v. 62, p. 139-146, 2009.

    LOPES, M. da S. Jr. DESJARDINS, T. SARRAZIN, M. SILVA, V. de M. MARTINS, P. F. da S. RODRIGUES, E. S. REIS, C. J. de C.. Carbon content in Amazonian oxisols after forest conversion to pasture. R. Bras. Ci. Solo, 33:1603-1611, 2009.

    MARGALHO, L. ROCHA, A. E. S. da. SECCO, R. S. Rubiaceae da Restinga da APA de Algodoal/Maiandeua, Maracanã, Pará, Brasil. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi. Ciências Naturais 4: 303 - 339. 2009.

    MAUÉS, M. M. OLIVEIRA, P. E. A. M. 2010. Conseqüências da fragmentação do habitat na ecologia reprodutiva espécies arbóreas em florestas tropicais, com ênfase na Amazônia. Oecologia brasiliensis (Online), v. 14, p. 238-250.

    MONTEIRO, K. F. G. ; KERN, D. C. ; RODRIGUES, T E ; RUIVO, MLP ; COMETTI, J.L. Uso de resíduos de madeira no solo como alternativa de melhorar as condições ambientais em um sistema de reflorestamento.. Acta Amazonica, V. 40(3) (No Prelo), 2010.

    MONTEIRO, S. H. N. SECCO, R. S. SILVA, M. F. F. O gênero Galeandra (Orchidaceae) na Amazônia brasileira. Acta Amazonica 39: 21 - 34.  2009.
    REIS, I. N. R. de S. LAMEIRA, O. A. CORDEIRO, I. M. C. C. CASTRO, C. V. B. CARNEIRO, A. G. Cultivo In Vitro de Eixos Embrionários de Paricá. Ciência e Agrotecnologia (UFLA), v. 33, p. 60-66, 2009.

    RODRIGUES, H. J. B. COSTA, R. F. RIBEIRO, J. B. M. SOUZA FILHO, J. D. C RUIVO, M. L. P. SILVA JUNIOR, J. A. Variabilidade sazonal da condutância estomática em um ecossistema de manguezal amazônico e suas relações com variáveis meteorológicas. Revista Brasileira de Meteorologia (No Prelo), 2010.

    SANTOS, A. P. M. e J. L. Nessimian. New species and records of Chimarra Stephens (Trichoptera: Philopotamidae) from Central Amazonia, Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Entomologia, v.53, n.1, p.23-25. 2009.

    SALM, R. A. FEDER, L. JALLES-FILHO, E. JARDIM,  M. A. G. Planting coconuts in Indian villages: ethnoecological aspects and evaluation of a "sustainable development" project. Biota Neotropica, 10:141-154, 2010.

    SANTOS, H. A. POMPEU, P. S. et al. Estabelecimento de parâmetros hidráulicos para escadas de peixes do tipo ranhura vertical, baseados em características de espécies neotropicais. Revista Brasileira de Recursos Hídricos, v.14, p.99-112. 2009.

    SECCO, R. S. Uma nova espécie de Croton sect. Geiseleria (Euphorbiaceae) da Amazônia Oriental Brasileira. Revista Brasileira de Botânica 32: 249 - 252. 2009.

    SILVA JÚNIOR, M. L. DESJARDINS, T. SARRAZIN, M. MELO, V. S. de. MARTINS, P. F. da S. SANTOS, E. R. CARVALHO, C. J. R. Carbon content in Amazonian oxisols after forest conversion to pasture. Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo , v. 33, p. 1603-1611, 2009.

    SILVA, R. M. COSTA, J. M. N. RUIVO, M. L. P. COSTA, A. C. L. ALMEIDA, S. S. Influência de variáveis meteorológicas na produção de liteira na estação científica Ferreira Penna, Caxiuanã,Pará, Brasil. Acta Amazonica, v. 39(3), p. 561-570, 2009.

    SILVA, S. A. SANTOS, M. M. de L. S. SILVA JUNIOR, M. L. SILVA, G. R. OHASHI, O. S. RUIVO, M. L. P. Influência do cálcio no controle do ataque da praga Hypsipyla grandella, Zeller, 1848, em mogno submetido à cultivo hidropônico. Acta Amazonica, v. 39(2), p. 273-278, 2009.

    SOUSA, J. S. BASTOS, M. de N. do C. ROCHA, E. S. Mimosoideae (Leguminosae) do litoral paraense. Acta Amazonica, v. 39, p. 799-811, 2009.

    TRINDADE, M. J. de S. SECCO, R. S. 2009. Notas adicionais sobre Mabea angularis Hollander (Euphorbiaceae), primeira ocorrência para o estado do Pará, Brasil. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi. Ciências Naturais 4: 197 - 200.

    VIEIRA, I. C. G. VEIGA, J. B. Yared, J. A. A. SALOMÃO, R. P. OHASHI, S. T. BRIENZA JÚNIOR, S. Bases Técnicas e referenciais para o programa de restauração florestal do Pará: um bilhão de árvores para a Amazônia. Revista Pará Desenvolvimento, v. 2, p. 1-103, 2009.

     

    Artigos publicados em periódicos internacionais

     

    ALMANY, G. R. Permanent genetic resources added to molecular ecology resources database. Molecular Ecology Resources, v.9, p.1460-1466. 2009.

    ALMEIDA, A. S. STONE, T. A. VIEIRA, I. C. G. DAVIDSON, E. A.  Nonfrontier Deforestation in the Eastern Amazon. Earth Interactions, v. 14, p. 1: 1-16. 2010.

    ARAUJO, F. S. SILVA-JR, W. M. et al. Bottom-up effects on selection of trees by termites. Sociobiology, v.55, n.3, p.725-733. in press.
    BANKS-LEITE, C. Ewers, R. M. et al. Edge effects as the principal cause of area effects on birds in fragmented secondary forests. Oikos, v.119, p.918-926. 2010.

    BARLOW, J. & SILVEIRA, J. M. 2009. The consequences of fire for tropical forest fauna. In Cochrane, M.A. ed. Tropical fire ecology: Climate change, land use and ecosystem dynamics. . Heidelberg, Germany.: Springer-Praxis.

    BARLOW, J. 2009. Editor's choice: Assessing biodiversity by remote sensing in mountainous terrain. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46 (4), 946-946

    BARLOW, J. GARDNER, T. A. LOUZADA, J. N. C. & PERES, C. A. 2010. Measuring the conservation value of tropical primary forests: The effect of occasional species on estimates of biodiversity uniqueness PlosONE, 5(3): e9609. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0009609

    BARLOW, J. LOUZADA, J. PARRY, L. HERNANDEZ, M. I. M. HAWES, J. PERES, C. A. VAZ-DE-MELLO, F. Z. & GARDNER, T. A. 2010. Improving the design and management of forest strips in human-dominated tropical landscapes:  A field test on dung beetles in the brazilian amazon. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47:779-788.

    BARLOW, J. SILVEIRA, J. M. & COCHRANE, M. A., 2010. Fire scars on amazonian trees: Exploring the cryptic fire history of the ilha de maracá. Biotropica 42:405–409.

    BARLOW, J. EWERS, R. M. ANDERSON, L. ARAGÃO, L. E. O. C. BAKER, T. BOYD, E. FELDPAUSCH, T. GLOOR, E. HALL, A. MALHI, Y. MILLIKEN, W. MULLIGAN, M. PARRY, L. PENNINGTON, T. PERES, C. A. PHILLIPS, O. ROMA-CUESTA, R. M. TOBIAS, J. & GARDNER, T. A. (2010) Using learning networks to understand complex systems: a case-study of biological, geophysical and social research in the Amazon. Biological Reviews. No prelo.

    BEGER, M. GRANTHAM, H. S. et al. Conservation planning for connectivity across marine, freshwater, and terrestrial realms. Biological Conservation, v.143, p.565-575. 2010.

    BICKNELL, J. AND PERES, C.A. 2010. Vertebrate population responses to reduced-impact logging in a neotropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management, in press.

    CARVALHO, J. L. N. CERRI, C. E. P. et al. Conversion of Cerrado into agricultural land in the south-western Amazon: carbon stocks and soil fertility. Scientia Agricola, v.66, p.233 - 241. 2009.

    CARVALHO, J. L. N. CERRI, C. E. P. FEIGL, B. Carbon sequestration in agricultural soils in the Cerrado region of the Brazilian Amazon. Soil & Tillage Research, v.103, p.342-349. 2009.

    CARVALHO, J. L. N. RAUCCI, G. S. et al. Impact of pasture, agriculture and crop-livestock systems on soil C stocks in Brazil. Soil & Tillage Research, v.in press. 2010.

    CATARINO, M. F. e ZUANON, J. Feeding ecology of the leaf fish Monocirrhus polyacanthus (Perciformes: Polycentridae) in a terra firme stream in the Brazilian Amazon. Neotropical Ichthyology, v.8, p.183-186. 2010.

    COELHO-FERREIRA, M.  Medicinal knowledge and plant utilization in an Amazonian coastal community of Marudá, Pará State (Brazil). Journal of Ethnopharmacology 126 (2009) 159–175.

    CORDEIRO, I. M. C. C. SANTANA. LAMEIRA, O. A. SILVA, I. M. Avaliação econômica dos sistemas de cultivo com Schizolobium parahyba var. amazonicum (Huber ex Ducke) Barneby (paricá) e Ananas comosus var. erectifolius (l.B.Smith) Coppus e Leal (curauá) no município de Aurora do Pará (PA), Brasil. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomía (Maracaibo), v. 2, p. 243-265, 2009.

    DECAËNS, T. JIMÉNEZ, J. J. ROSSI, J. P. A null-model analysis of the spatio-temporal distribution of earthworm communities. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 25: 415–427. 2009.

    DECAËNS, T. Macroecological patterns in soil communities. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 19: 287–302.2010.

    DERRYBERRY, E. CLARAMUNT, S. CHESSER, T. ALEIXO, A. CRACRAFT, J. MOYLE, R. BRUMFIELD, R. T. Certhiasomus, a new genus of woodcreeper (Aves: Passeriformes: Dendrocolaptidae). Zootaxa (Online), v. 2416, p. 44-50, 2010.

    DESOUZA, O., ARAÚJO, A. P. A. et al. Trophic controls delaying foraging by termites: reasons for the ground being brown? Bulletin of Entomogical Research, v.99, p.603-609. 2009.

    DIAS, A. C. M. I. MURILO, S. et al. Effects of Reduced-Impact Logging on Fish Assemblages in Central Amazonia. Conservation Biology, v.27, p.888-892. 2009.

    DIAS, S. C. CARVALHO, L. S. BONALDO, A. B. BRESCOVIT, A. D. 2010. Refining the establishment of guilds in Neotropical spiders (Arachnida: Araneae). Journal of Natural History, v. 44, p. 219-239.

    DRECHSLER, M. e LOURIVAL, R.  Conservation planning for successional landscapes. Ecological Modelling, v.220, n.4, p.438-450. 2009.

    EWERS, R. M. BALMFORD, A. et al. Do increases in agricultural yield spare land for nature? Global Change Biology v.15, p.1716-1726. 2009.

    EWERS, R. KAPOS, V. et al. Mapping community change in modified landscapes. Biological Conservation, v.142, p.2872-2880. 2009.

    FERREIRA, J. N.BUSTAMANTE, M. et al. Linking woody species diversity with plant available water at a landscape scale in a Brazilian savanna. Journal of Vegetation Science, v.20, p.826-835. 2009.

    FISCHER, J. PETERSON, G. D. et al. Integrating resilience thinking and optimisation for conservation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution v.24, n.10, p.549-554. 2009.

    FISHER, B. BOLT, K. et al. Two cultures of conservation. Conservation Biology v.23, n.5, p.1069-1071. 2009.

    FLOTEMERSCH, J. E. STRIBLING, J. B. et al. Site length for biological assessment of boatable rivers. River Research and Applications. in press.

    FORTINI, L. B. BRUNA, E. M. ZARLIN, D. J. VASCONCELOS, S. S. MIRANDA, I. S. Altered resource availability and the population dynamics of tree species in Amazonian secondary forests. Oecologia, v. 162, p. 923-934, 2010.

    FRAZÃO, L. A. PICCOLO, M. C. et al. Inorganic nitrogen, microbial biomass and microbial activity of a sandy Brazilian Cerrado soil under different land uses. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment v.135, p.161-167. 2010.

    FYLLAS, N. M. PATIÑO, S. BAKER, T. NARDOTO, R. B. MARTINELLI, L. A. QUESADA, C. A. PAIVA, R. SCHWARZ, M. HORNA, V. MERCADO, L. M. SANTOS, A. ARROYO, L. JIMÉNEZ, E. M. LUIZÃO, F. NEILL, D. SILVA, N. PRIETO, A. RUDAS, L. I. A. SILVEIRA, M. VIEIRA, I. C .G. LOPEZ-GONZALEZ, G. MALHI, Y. PHILLIPS, O. L. LLOYD, J. Basin-wide variations in foliar properties of Amazonian forest: phylogeny,soils and climate.. Biogeosciences (Katlenburg-Lindau, v. 6, p. 3707-3769, 2009

    GALDOS, M. V. CERRI, C. C. et al. Simulation of soil carbon dynamics under sugarcane with the CENTURY model. Soil Science Society of America Journal, v.73, p.802-811. 2009.

    GALFORD, G. MELLILO, G. et al. Carbon emissions and uptake from 105 years of land-cover and land-use change at the agricultural frontier of the Brazilian Amazon. Ecological Applications, no prelo. 2010.

    GALFORD, G. MELLILO, G. et al. The Amazon frontier of land-use change: croplands and consequences for greenhouse gas emissions. Earth Interactions, In press. 2010.

    GARDNER, T. A. BARLOW, J. et al. A multi-region assessment of tropical forest biodiversity in a human-modified world. Biological Conservation. 2010.

    GARDNER, T. A. BARLOW, J. CHAZDON, R. EWERS, R. HARVEY, C. PERES, C. A. & SODHI, N.2009. Prospects for tropical forest biodiversity human in a modified world. . Ecology Letters., 12 (6), 561-582

    GONÇALVES, T. T. DESOUZA, O. et al. A novel exocrine structure of the bicellular unit type in the thorax of termites. Acta Zoologica, v.89, p.doi:10.1111/j.1463-6395.2009.00398.x. 2009.

    GRADSTEIN, S. R. ILKIU-BORGES, A. L. Guide to the Plants of Central French Guiana. Part 4. Liverworts and Hornworts. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, v. 76, p. 1-140. 2009.

    GRANT, R. F. HUTYRA, L. R. et al. Modelling the carbon balance of Amazonian rain forests: resolving ecological controls on net ecosystem productivity. Ecological Monographs, v.79, p.445-463. 2010.

    HAWES, J. DA SILVA MOTTA, C. et al. The value of primary, secondary and plantation forests for Amazonian moths. Journal of Tropical Ecology, v.25, p.281-300. 2009.

    HAWES, J., DA SILVA MOTTA, C. OVERAL, W. L. BARLOW, J. GARDNER, T. A. & PERES, C. A. 2009. Diversity and composition of amazonian moths in primary, secondary and plantation forests. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 25 281-300

    IBAÑEZ, C. BELLIARD, J. et al. Convergence of temperate and tropical stream fish assemblages. Ecography, v.32, p.658-670. 2009.

    JANA, U. BAROT, et al. Earthworms influence the production of above- and belowground biomass and the expression of genes involved in cell proliferation and stress responses in Arabidopsis thaliana. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 42(2): 244-252. 2009.

    KASPER, D. PALERMO, E. F. A. et al. Mercury distribution in different tissues and trophic levels of fish from a tropical reservoir, Brazil. Neotropical Ichthyology, v.7, p.751-758. 2009.

    LAMEIRA, O. A. MARTINS DA SILVA, R. C. V. et al. Seasonal Variation in the Volatiles of Copaifera duckei Dwyer Growing Wild in the State of Pará - Brazil. The Journal of Essential Oil Research, v.21, p.105-107. 2009.

    LAVELLE, P.E. VELASQUEZ, E. et al. Indicating soil quality and the GISQ Reply. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 41(2): 446-447. 2009.

    LEES, A. C. e PERES, C. A. Gap-crossing movements predict species occupancy in Amazonian forest fragments. Oikos, v.118, p.280-290. 2009.

    LEES, A. C. e PERES, C. A.  Habitat and life history determinants of antbird local extinction in variable-sized Amazonian forest fragments. Biotropica. in press.

    LI, Y. T. ROULAND, C. et al. Microbial biomass, enzyme and mineralization activity in relation to soil organic C, N and P turnover influenced by acid metal stress. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 41(5): 969-977.2009.

    LISBOA, C. CONTANT, R. et al. Soil carbon turnover measurement by physical fractionation at a forest-to-pasture chronosequnce in the Brazilian Amazon. Ecosystems, v.12, p.1212-1221. 2009.

    LO-MAN-HUNG, N. F. GARDNER, T. A. et al. The value of primary, secondary and plantation forests for Neotropical epigeic arachnids. Journal of Arachnology, v.36, p.394-401. 2009.

    LOPES, M. S. J. DESJARDINS, T. SARRAZIN, M. SILVA, V. M. MARTINS, P. F. da S. RODRIGUES, E.S. REIS, C. J. C. Carbon content in Amazonian oxisols after forest conversion to pasture. R. Bras. Ci. Solo, 33:1603-1611, 2009.

    LORETO, R. G. DESOUZA, O. et al. Colored Glue as a Tool to Mark Termites (Cornitermes cumulans; Isoptera. Termitidae) for Ecological and Behavioral Studies. Sociobiology, v.54, n.2, p.351-360. 2009.

    LOUZADA, J. N. C. A multi-taxa assessment of nestedness patterns across a multiple-use Amazonian forest landscape. Biological Conservation, v.143, p.1102-1109. 2010.

    LOUZADA, J.N.C. LIMA, A., MATAVELLI, R. LIMA, L. Z. & BARLOW, J. Community structure of dung beetles in amazonian savannas: Role of fire disturbance, vegetation and landscape structure. Landscape Ecology, 25 (4), 631-641. 2010.

    MAIA, S. M. F. OGLE, S. M. et al. Effect of grassland management on soil carbon sequestration in Rondônia and Mato Grosso states, Brazil. Geoderma, v.149, p.84-91. 2009.

    MAIA, S. M. F., OGLE, S. M. et al. Soil organic carbon stock change due to land use activity along the agricultural frontier of the southern Amazon, Brazil, between 1970 and 2002. Global Change Biology, v.in press. 2010.

    MATHIEU, J. GRIMALDI, M. JOUQUET, P. ROULAND, C. LAVELLE, P. DESJARDINS, T. ROSSI, J. Spatial patterns of grasses influence soil macrofauna biodiversity in Amazonian pastures, Soil Biology & Biochemistry, v. 41, p. 586-593, 2009.

    MEDEIROS, J. C. DA SILVA, A. P. et al. Linking physical quality and CO2 emissions under long-term no-till and conventional-till in a subtropical soil in Brazil. Plant and Soil, v.in press. 2010.

    MESTRE, L. A. M. BARLOW, J. THOM, G. & COCHRANE, M. A., 2009. Burned forests as a novel habitat for the black-faced cotinga (Cconioptilon mcilhennyi) in the western brazilian amazon. Ornitologia Neotropical, 20 (3), 467-470

    MICHALSKI, F. Jp METZGER & PERES, C. A. Rural property size drives patterns of upland and riparian forest retention in a tropical deforestation frontier. Global Environmental Change, in press. 2010.

    MIRANDA, I. S. MITJA, D. SILVA, T. S. Mutual influence of forests and pastures on the seedbanks in the Eastern Amazon. Weed Research (Print), v. 49, p. 499-505, 2009.

    MITJA, D. MIRANDA, I. S. Weed community dynamics in two pastures grown after clearing Brazilian Amazonian rainforest. Weed Research (Print), v. 50, p. 163-173, 2010.

    NICHOLS, E. GARDNER, T. A. et al. Co-declining mammals and dung beetles: an impending ecological cascade. Oikos, v.118, p.481-487. 2009.

    NICHOLSON, E. MACE, G. M. ARMSWORTH, P. R. ATKINSON, G. BUCKLE, S. CLEMENTS, T. EWERS, R. FA, J. E. GARDNER, T. A. GIBBONS, J.

    GRENYER, R. METCALFE, R. MOURATO, S. MUULS, M. OSBORN, D. PECK, L. REUMAN, D.C. WATSON, C. & MILNER-GULLAND, E. J. (2009) Priority research areas for ecosystem services in a changing world. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46, 1139-1144.

    NOGUERA, D. RONDON, M. et al. Contrasted effect of biochar and earthworms on rice growth and resource allocation in different soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 42(7): 1017-1027. 2009.

    NORRIS, D. MICHALSKI F. & PERES, C. A. Habitat patch size modulates terrestrial mammal activity patterns in Amazonian forest fragments. Journal of Mammalogy, in press. 2010.

    OLIVEIRA, F. P. M. ABSY, M. L. MIRANDA, I. S. Recurso polínico coletado por abelhas sem ferrão (Apidae, Meliponinae) em um fragmento de floresta na região de Manaus - Amazonas. Acta Amazonica , v. 39, p. 505-518, 2009.

    OLIVEIRA, R. R. D. FELDBERG, E. A. et al. Mechanisms of chromosomal evolution and its possible relations with natural history characteristics in Ancistrus catfishes (Siluriformes: Loricariidae) Journal of Fish Biology, v.75, p.2209-2225. 2009.

    PARRY, L. BARLOW, J. & PERES, C. A. 2009. Allocation of hunting effort by amazonian smallholders: Implications for conserving wildlife in mixed-use landscapes. Biological Conservation, 142, 1777-1786.

    PARRY, L. BARLOW, J. & PERES, C. A. 2009b. Hunting for sustainability in tropical forests. Conservation Biology, 23 (5), 1270-1280

    PATANÉ, J. S. L. WECKSTEIN, J. D. ALEIXO, A. BATES, J. M. Evolutionary history of Ramphastos toucans: Molecular phylogenetics, temporal diversification, and biogeography. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, v. 53, p. 923-934, 2009.

    PERES, C. A. GARDNER, T. et al. Biodiversity conservation in human-modified Amazonian forest landscapes. Biological Conservation. 2010.

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