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DOI10.5772/35287
ISBN978-953-51-0651-7
Citation KeyBustamanteAlvaRand:2012:SeVaVe
TitleSeasonal Variability of Vegetation and Its Relationship to Rainfall and Fire in the Brazilian Tropical Savanna
Year2012
Access Date2023, Jan. 31
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Author1 Bustamante, Jorge Alberto
2 Alvalá, Regina
3 von Randow, Celso
Group1 CST-CST-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
2 CST-CST-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
3 CST-CST-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
Affiliation1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
2 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
3 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
EditorEscalante-Ramirez, Boris
Book TitleRemote Sensing - Applications
PublisherInTech and the evironment
Pages77-98
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KeywordsCerrado
Brazilian savanna
AbstractThe Brazilian savanna, named locally Cerrado, is the second largest Brazilian biome, covering approximately two million km2, especially in the Central Highlands (Ratter et al., 1997). This biome is composed predominantly of tropical savanna vegetation and is considered as one of the world's biodiversity hotspots, a priority area for biodiversity conservation in the world (Myers et al., 2000). The Cerrado region is considered the last agricultural frontier in the world (Borlaug, 2002), which has been converted in the last 50 years especially for agriculture and pasture purposes, where natural and mainly anthropogenic annual burning is a common practice. Currently, around 50% of natural vegetation in the Cerrado region has been converted to pastures and crops (PROBIO-MMA, 2007).This conversion has impacted the biological diversity, the hydrological cycle, the energy balance, the climate and the carbon dynamics at local and regional scales due to habitat fragmentation, invasive alien species, soil erosion, pollution of aquifers, degradation of ecosystems and changes in fire regimes (Klink & Machado, 2005; Aquino & Miranda, 2008). The knowledge of spatial distribution, temporal dynamics and biophysical characteristics of the vegetation types, are important elements to improve the understanding of what is the interaction like between vegetation, precipitation and fire. The objective of this study is to determine the relationship of environmental variables, such as precipitation and fire, with spatial and temporal distribution patterns of main vegetation type of the Brazilian tropical savanna. Thus, we seek to answer the question: how environmental variables, like rain and fire, influence the main vegetation types, like herbaceous, shrubs, deciduous trees and evergreen trees, in the Cerrado biome taking in account the seasonal patterns of the variables involved? In this study, the potential of multi-temporal satellite data, like TRMM data for precipitation, MODIS vegetation indices products for land cover mapping, and others sensors like GOES and MODIS for fire detection is explored by the use of remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) techniques.
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DOI10.5772/32752
ISBN9789535103233
Labellattes: 7510713692919710 4 MendonçaBarVidPacRol:2012:WhKnWe
Citation KeyMendonçaBarVidPacRol:2012:WhKnWe
TitleGreenhouse Gas Emissions from Hydroelectric Reservoirs: What Knowledge Do We Have and What is Lacking?
Year2012
Access Date2023, Jan. 31
Secondary TypePRE LI
Number of Files1
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Author1 Mendonça, Raquel Ferreira
2 Barros, Nathan Oliveira
3 Vidal, Luciana Oliveira
4 Pacheco, Felipe Siqueira
5 Roland, Fabio
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4 CST-CST-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
Affiliation1 Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (UFJF)
2 Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (UFJF)
3 Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (UFJF)
4 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
5 Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (UFJF)
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4 felipeufjf@yahoo.com.br
EditorGuoxiang, Liu
e-Mail Addressfelipeufjf@yahoo.com.br
Book TitleGreenhouse gases: emission, measurement and management
PublisherInTech
CityRijeka
Pages55-78
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Keywordsgreenhouse
gas emissions
hydroelectric reservoirs
AbstractThe question that motivated us to write this chapter was How does hydroelectricity production contribute to the global emissions of greenhouse gases?. Here, we present an overview of (i) scientific advances on the topic and (ii) aspects of hydroelectric reservoir ecology in the context of greenhouse gas production, consumption and emission.
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DOI10.5822/978-1-61091-203-7_4
ISBN9781610911702
Labellattes: 0236607123089481 4 SalatiDouMunSamLov:2012:BrAm
Citation KeySalatiDouMunSamLov:2012:BrAm
TitleThe Brazilian Amazon
Year2012
Access Date2023, Jan. 31
Secondary TypePRE LI
Number of Files1
Size228 KiB
2. Context
Author1 Salati, Enéas
2 Dourojeanni, Marc
3 Mundim, Agenor
4 Sampaio, Gilvan
5 Lovejoy, Thomas
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4 CST-CST-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
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4 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
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4 gilvan.sampaio@inpe.br
EditorHilty, Jodi A.
Chester, Charles C.
Cross, Molly S.
e-Mail Addressgilvan.sampaio@inpe.br
Book TitleClimate and Conservation
PublisherIsland Press
CityWashington
VolumeCap. Part 2
Pages45-55
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Keywordsconservação da biodiversidade
mudança climática e mitigação
ecossistemas e gerenciamento
AbstractThe Amazon represents one of the most biodiverse regions in the world, much of which is poorly known and highly threatened by conversion to agriculture. Because of the low capacity in the region to conduct science, conduct conservation planning, and enforce laws and regulations, it is also at high risk. Global climate change is exacerbating local land-use impacts that are affecting the regions climate on a landscape scale. For the unique climate and functioning system of the Amazon to persist in the future, halting forest loss is imperative, or the thermal and water balances largely creating the unique landscape will collapse.
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