author = "Esquivel-Muelbert, Adriane and Baker, Timothy R. and Dexter, Kyle 
                         G. and Lewis, Simon L. and Brienen, Roel J. W. and Feldpausch, Ted 
                         R. and Lloyd, Jon and Monteagudo-Mendoza, Abel and Arroyo, Luzmila 
                         and {\'A}lvarez-D{\'a}vila, Esteban and Higuchi, Niro and 
                         Marimon, Beatriz S. and Marimon-Junior, Ben Hur and Silveira, 
                         Marcos and Vilanova, Emilio and Gloor, Emanuel and Malhi, 
                         Yadvinder and Chave, Jer{\^o}me and Barlow, Jos and Bonal, Damien 
                         and Davila Cardozo, Nallaret and Erwin, Terry and Fauset, Sophie 
                         and H{\'e}rault, Bruno and Laurance, Susan and Poorter, Lourens 
                         and Qie, Lan and Stahl, Clement and Sullivan, Martin J. P. and Ter 
                         Steege, Hans and Vos, Vincent Antoine and Zuidema, Pieter A. and 
                         Almeida, Everton and Almeida de Oliveira, Edmar and Andrade, Ana 
                         and Vieira, Simone Aparecida and Arag{\~a}o, Luiz Eduardo 
                         Oliveira e Cruz de and Araujo-Murakami, Alejandro and Arets, Eric 
                         and Aymard C, Gerardo A. and Camargo, Pl{\'{\i}}nio Barbosa and 
                         Barroso, Jorcely G. and Bongers, Frans and Boot, Rene and Camargo, 
                         Jos{\'e} Lu{\'{\i}}s and Castro, Wendeson and Chama Moscoso, 
                         Victor and Comiskey, James and Cornejo Valverde, Fernando and Lola 
                         da Costa, Antonio Carlos and Del Aguila Pasquel, Jhon and Di 
                         Fiore, Tony and Fernanda Duque, Luisa and Elias, Fernando and 
                         Engel, Julien and Flores Llampazo, Gerardo and Galbraith, David 
                         and Herrera Fern{\'a}ndez, Rafael and Honorio Coronado, 
                         Eur{\'{\i}}dice and Hubau, Wannes and Jimenez-Rojas, Eliana and 
                         Lima, Adriano Jos{\'e} Nogueira and Umetsu, Ricardo Keichi and 
                         Laurance, William and Lopez-Gonzalez, Gabriela and Lovejoy, Thomas 
                         and Aurelio Melo Cruz, Omar and Morandi, Paulo S. and Neill, David 
                         and N{\'u}ñez Vargas, Percy and Pallqui, Nadir C. and Parada 
                         Gutierrez, Alexander and Pardo, Guido and Peacock, Julie and 
                         Peña-Claros, Marielos and Peñuela-Mora, Maria Cristina and 
                         Petronelli, Pascal and Pickavance, Georgia C. and Pitman, Nigel 
                         and Prieto, Adriana and Quesada, Carlos and 
                         Ram{\'{\i}}rez-Angulo, Hirma and R{\'e}jou-M{\'e}chain, Maxime 
                         and Restrepo Correa, Zorayda and Roopsind, Anand and Rudas, 
                         Agust{\'{\i}}n and Salom{\~a}o, Rafael and Silva, Natalino and 
                         Silva Espejo, Javier and Singh, James and Stropp, Juliana and 
                         Terborgh, John and Thomas, Raquel and Toledo, Marisol and 
                         Torres-Lezama, Armando and Valenzuela Gamarra, Luis and Van de 
                         Meer, Peter J. and Van Der Heijden, Geertje and Van Der Hout, 
                         Peter and Vasquez Martinez, Rodolfo and Vela, Cesar and Vieira, 
                         Ima C{\'e}lia Guimar{\~a}es and Phillips, Oliver L.",
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                         Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)}",
                title = "Compositional response of Amazon forests to climate change",
              journal = "Global Change Biology",
                 year = "2019",
               volume = "25",
                pages = "39--56",
             keywords = "bioclimatic niches, climate change, compositional shifts, 
                         functional traits, temporal trends, tropical forests.",
             abstract = "Most of the planet's diversity is concentrated in the tropics, 
                         which includes many regions undergoing rapid climate change. Yet, 
                         while climate\‐induced biodiversity changes are widely 
                         documented elsewhere, few studies have addressed this issue for 
                         lowland tropical ecosystems. Here we investigate whether the 
                         floristic and functional composition of intact lowland Amazonian 
                         forests have been changing by evaluating records from 106 
                         long\‐term inventory plots spanning 30 years. We analyse 
                         three traits that have been hypothesized to respond to different 
                         environmental drivers (increase in moisture stress and atmospheric 
                         CO2 concentrations): maximum tree size, biogeographic 
                         water\‐deficit affiliation and wood density. Tree 
                         communities have become increasingly dominated by 
                         large\‐statured taxa, but to date there has been no 
                         detectable change in mean wood density or water deficit 
                         affiliation at the community level, despite most forest plots 
                         having experienced an intensification of the dry season. However, 
                         among newly recruited trees, dry\‐affiliated genera have 
                         become more abundant, while the mortality of 
                         wet\‐affiliated genera has increased in those plots where 
                         the dry season has intensified most. Thus, a slow shift to a more 
                         dry\‐affiliated Amazonia is underway, with changes in 
                         compositional dynamics (recruits and mortality) consistent with 
                         climate\‐change drivers, but yet to significantly impact 
                         whole\‐community composition. The Amazon observational 
                         record suggests that the increase in atmospheric CO2 is driving a 
                         shift within tree communities to large\‐statured species 
                         and that climate changes to date will impact forest composition, 
                         but long generation times of tropical trees mean that biodiversity 
                         change is lagging behind climate change.",
                  doi = "10.1111/gcb.14413",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14413",
                 issn = "1354-1013",
                label = "lattes: 5174466549126882 37 
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "esquivel_compositional.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "15 abr. 2021"