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DOI10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02782.x
ISSN1354-1013
Citation KeyAguiarONLAVSASVC:2012:INFrAp
TitleModeling the spatial and temporal heterogeneity of deforestation-driven carbon emissions: the INPE-EM framework applied to the Brazilian Amazon
Year2012
MonthNov.
Access Date2023, Jan. 30
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Author 1 Aguiar, Ana Paula Dutra
 2 Ometto, Jean P.
 3 Nobre, Carlos
 4 Lapola, David M.
 5 Almeida, Claudio
 6 Vieira, Ima C.
 7 Soares, João Vianei
 8 Alvala, Regina
 9 Saatchi, Sassan
10 Valeriano, Dalton
11 Castilla-Rubio, Juan C.
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Affiliation 1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 2 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 3 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 4 Laboratório de Ciência do Sistema Terrestre (LabTerra), Department of Ecology, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), Av. 24A, 1515, 13506-900, Rio Claro, SP, Brazil
 5 Amazon Regional Center (CRA), Brazilian Institute for Space Research (INPE), Parque de Ciência e Tecnologia do Guamá, Belém, PA, Brazil
 6 Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi (MPEG), Av. Magalhães Barata 376 - São Braz, CEP: 66040-170, Belém, PA, Brazil
 7 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 8 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 9 JET Propulsion Laboratory, NASA, 4800 Oak Grove Drive, Pasadena, CA 91109, USA
10 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
11 Planetary Skin Institute, Silicon Valley, CA, USA
JournalGlobal Change Biology
Volume18
Number11
Pages3346–3366
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KeywordsAmazonia
carbon emissions
deforestation
LUCC
REDD
secondary forests
AbstractWe present a generic spatially explicit modeling framework to estimate carbon emissions from deforestation (INPE-EM). The framework incorporates the temporal dynamics related to the deforestation process and accounts for the biophysical and socioeconomic heterogeneity of the region under study. We build an emission model for the Brazilian Amazon combining annual maps of new clearings, four maps of biomass and a set of alternative parameters based on the recent literature. The most important results are: (a) Using different biomass maps leads to large differences in estimates of emission; for the entire region of the Brazilian Amazon in the last decade, emission estimates of primary forest deforestation range from 0.21 to 0.26 PgCyr−1. (b) Secondary vegetation growth presents a small impact on emission balance because of the short duration of secondary vegetation. In average, the balance is only 5% smaller than the primary forest deforestation emissions. (c) Deforestation rates decreased significantly in the Brazilian Amazon in recent years, from 27 Mkm2 in 2004 to 7 Mkm2 in 2010. INPE-EM process-based estimates reflect this decrease even though the agricultural frontier is moving to areas of higher biomass. The decrease is slower than a non-process instantaneous model would estimate as it considers residual emissions (slash, wood products and secondary vegetation). The average balance, considering all biomass, decreases from 0.28 in 2004 to 0.15 PgCyr−1 in 2009; the non-process model estimates a decrease from 0.33 to 0.10 PgCyr−1. We conclude that the INPE-EM is a powerful tool for representing deforestation-driven carbon emissions. Biomass estimates are still the largest source of uncertainty in the effective use of this type of model for informing mechanisms such as REDD+. The results also indicate that efforts to reduce emissions should focus not only on controlling primary forest deforestation but also on creating incentives for the restoration of secondary forests.
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DOI10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.07.083,
ISSN1352-2310
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TitleOzone sounding in the Metropolitan Area os São Paulo, Brazil: Wet and Dry season campanigns of 2006
Year2012
MonthDec.
Access Date2023, Jan. 30
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Author 1 Andrade, Maria de Fátima
 2 Freitas, Edmilson Dias de
 3 Mazzoli, Caroline R
 4 Martins, Leila Droprichinski
 5 Boian, Claudia
 6 Oliveira, Marcio Gledson Lopes
 7 Peres, Jean
 8 Carbone, Samara
 9 Alvalá, Plínio Carlos
10 Leme, Neusa Paes
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Affiliation 1 Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics, and Atmospheric Sciences, University of São Paulo (USP), Rua do Matão 1226, São Paulo 05508-090, Brazil
 2 Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics, and Atmospheric Sciences, University of São Paulo (USP), Rua do Matão 1226, São Paulo 05508-090, Brazil
 3 Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics, and Atmospheric Sciences, University of São Paulo (USP), Rua do Matão 1226, São Paulo 05508-090, Brazil
 4 Federal Technological University of Paraná, Apucarana Campus, Rua Marcílio Dias 635, Apucarana 86812-460, Brazil
 5 Federal University of the ABC, Rua Santa Adélia 166, Santo André 09210-170, Brazil
 6 Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics, and Atmospheric Sciences, University of São Paulo (USP), Rua do Matão 1226, São Paulo 05508-090, Brazil
 7
 8 Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics, and Atmospheric Sciences, University of São Paulo (USP), Rua do Matão 1226, São Paulo 05508-090, Brazil
 9 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
10 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
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JournalAtmospheric Environment
Volume61
Number2012
Pages627-640
Secondary MarkB1_ASTRONOMIA_/_FÍSICA A1_CIÊNCIAS_BIOLÓGICAS_I A2_ECOLOGIA_E_MEIO_AMBIENTE A1_ENGENHARIAS_I A2_ENGENHARIAS_II A1_ENGENHARIAS_III A1_GEOCIÊNCIAS A1_INTERDISCIPLINAR B1_MATEMÁTICA_/_PROBABILIDADE_E_ESTATÍSTICA A2_MEDICINA_I A2_MEDICINA_II B1_QUÍMICA A1_SAÚDE_COLETIVA
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KeywordsAtmosphere Chemistry
Ozone
AbstractIn the Metropolitan Area of São Paulo (MASP), located in southeastern Brazil, surface ozone concentrations are often well above the national air quality standards. In this experimental study, we attempted to characterize the vertical profile of atmospheric ozone and transport of the ozone plume in the boundary layer, using data from the first ozone soundings ever taken in the MASP. In 2006, we launched fifteen ozonesondes: eight from 15 to 18 May (dry season); and seven from 30 October to 1 November (wet season). Vertical ozone mixing ratios in the troposphere were approximately 40 ppb, reaching maximum values of approximately 60 ppb during the dry-season campaign and approximately 100 ppb during the wet-season campaign. In the first and second campaigns, the mean tropospheric ozone column abundance was 28.2 and 41.3 DU, respectively, which can be attributed to the considerable variation in the annual temperature cycle over the region. To determine the effect that biomass burning has on ozone concentrations over the MASP, we analyzed wind trajectories and satellite-derived fire counts. We cannot state unequivocally that biomass burning contributed to higher ozone concentrations above the boundary layer during the experimental campaigns. In the boundary layer, ozone concentrations increase with altitude, peaking at the base of the inversion layer, suggesting that local emissions of volatile organic compounds and nitrogen oxides play a significant role in the lower troposphere over MASP, influencing ozone formation not only at the surface but also vertically in the atmosphere and in distant regions.
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DOI10.1016/j.agee.2011.11.010
ISSN0167-8809
Citation KeyCarmoSouDuaOmeMar:2012:CoNiCy
TitleConversion of the coastal Atlantic forest to pasture: Consequences for the nitrogen cycle and soil greenhouse gas emissions
ProjectFAPESP 2006/57608-0
Year2012
MonthFeb.
Access Date2023, Jan. 30
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Author1 Carmo, J. B. D
2 Sousa Neto, E. R.
3 Duarte-Neto, P. J.
4 Ometto, J. P. H. B.
5 Martinelli, L. A.
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Affiliation1 Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Campus de Sorocaba, Sorocaba, Brazil
2 Laboratório de Ecologia Isotópica, Centro de Energia Nuclear na Agricultura, Avenida Centenário 303, 13416-000 Piracicaba, SP, Brazil
3 Unidade Acadêmica de Garanhuns, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Av. Bom Pastor s/n, Boa Vista, Garanhuns, PE, 55.292-270, Brazil
4 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
5 ersidade Federal de São Carlos, Campus de Sorocaba, Sorocaba, Brazil
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JournalAgriculture, Ecosystems and Environment
Volume148
Number39
Pages37-43
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KeywordsAtlantic forest
Nitrogen cycle
Carbon cycle
Greenhouse gases
Land use change oxide emissions
brazilian amazon
methanotrophic bacteria
eastern amazonia
cattle pastures
co2 flux
land-use
carbon
respiration
atmosphere
AbstractWe evaluated how land use change affected the nitrogen cycle and greenhouse gas fluxes. We measured soil temperature and water-filled pore space (WFPS), as well as nitrate and ammonium concentrations, mineralization and nitrification rates, and flux of CH4, CO2 and N2O in soils of pasture catchment and in soils of a forest catchment located on the north coast of the State of São Paulo. The main vegetation type in the forest catchment is primary Atlantic Montane Forest, while the pasture is an unfertilized 40-year old area planted with Brachiaria humidicola. Four plots were used for monthly sampling in each land use for an entire year. Soil temperature was always higher in pasture than in forest soils, while WFPS was lower in the pasture in relation to forest soils. Pasture soils were a weak source of CH4 during the winter months and a less strong sink of methane than the forest soils during the rainy summer months of the year. The annual median CH4 uptake was -1.8±1.0mgm-2d-1 in the forest in contrast to -0.6±0.9mgm-2d-1 in pasture soils. CO2 emissions were similar in the winter, but higher in the summer months in pasture soils in relation to forest soils. The annual median flux in the forest was 4.2±1.5μmolm-2s-1 and increased in the pasture to 6.5±2.9μmolm-2s-1. In contrast, N2O fluxes were smaller in the pasture (0.3±0.7ngcm-2h-1) than in forest soils (0.5±0.5ngcm-2h-1).
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ISSN0930-7575
Citation KeyCostaSaCoVaArSi:2012:ClChSi
TitleClimate Change Simulations over the Tropical Americas using a Regional Model
Year2012
Access Date2023, Jan. 30
Secondary TypePRE PI
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Author1 Costa, A. A.
2 Sales, D. C.
3 Coutinho, M. M.
4 Vasconcelos Júnior, F. C.
5 Araújo Júnior, F. C.
6 Silva, E. M.
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3 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
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3 mariane.coutinho@inpe.br
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JournalClimate Dynamics
Volumex
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DOI10.1002/joc.2254
ISSN0899-8418
Citation KeyMarengoLGMSCCBAVSNZSA:2012:ReDeSo
TitleRecent developments on the South American monsoon system
ProjectNOAA Grant ANA07OAR4310221; European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007- 2013) under Grant Agreement No. 212492
Year2012
MonthJan.
Access Date2023, Jan. 30
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Author 1 Marengo, J. A.
 2 Liebmann, B.
 3 Grimm, A. M
 4 Misra, V.
 5 Silva Dias, P. L.
 6 Cavalcanti, I. F. A.
 7 Carvalho, L. M. V
 8 Berbery, E. H.
 9 Ambrizzi, T.
10 Vera, C. S.
11 Saulo, A. C.
12 Nogues-Paegle, J.
13 Zipser, E.
14 Seth, A.
15 Alves, L. M.
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Affiliation 1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 2 CIRES NOAA, Boulder, CO, United States
 3 Federal University of Paraná, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil
 4 Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States
 5
 6 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 7 University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, United States
 8 University of Maryland, College Park, MD, United States
 9 University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
10 CIMA/FCEyN, University of Buenos Aires-CONICET, Buenos Aires, Argentina
11 CIMA/FCEyN, University of Buenos Aires-CONICET, Buenos Aires, Argentina
12 University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, United States
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14 University of Connecticut, Hartford, CO, United States
15 University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Author e-Mail Address 1 jose.marengo@inpe.br
JournalInternational Journal of Climatology
Volume32
Number1
Pages1-21
Secondary MarkA1_CIÊNCIAS_AGRÁRIAS_I A1_ENGENHARIAS_I A2_GEOCIÊNCIAS A1_INTERDISCIPLINAR
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KeywordsAtmospheric thermodynamics
Climate control
Economics
Experiments
Hydroelectric power
Land use
Water management
South American monsoon
climate change
climate variability
AbstractThis paper reviews recent progress made in our understanding of the functioning and variability of the South American Monsoon System (SAMS) on time scales varying from synoptic to long-term variability and climate change. The SAMS contains one of the most prominent summertime climate patterns in South America, featuring a strong seasonal variability in a region lying between the Amazon and the La Plata Basin. Much of the recent progress is derived from complementary international programs, such as the Monsoon Experiment South America (MESA), as well as from ongoing international programs such as the Large Scale Biosphere Atmosphere Experiment in the Amazon Basin (LBA) and the La Plata Basin (LPB) Regional Hydroclimate Project, which includes the CLARIS LPB Europe-South America Network for Climate Change Assessment and Impact Studies in La Plata Basin Project. The latter assesses atmosphere-land surface interactions, the role of land use changes and aerosols from biomass burning considered as sources of variability and change in the SAMS functioning, characteristics and behaviour. The SAMS region is particularly susceptible to variations of climate due to the importance of hydroelectricity generation and the agricultural base of local economies. Also addressed in this report are projections of climate change and extremes, which are important for impact and vulnerability assessments. This discussion includes the need to identify and understand important processes that control the monsoonal climate, how these processes may vary and change, and how they may interact with key societal sectors, including water resource management, hydroelectric generation, agriculture, and agribusiness. This paper reports on the major contributions of MESA to the knowledge of characteristics, functioning and variability of the SAMS, and is based on recent studies and publications, and can be considered as an update of a previous review by C. S. Vera et al. (2006a).
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Labellattes: 5719239270509869 1 OrsiniRoncAlveBaez:2012:TrSoAm
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TitleTropical South America East of the Andes
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Author1 Orsini, Jose Antonio Marengo
2 Ronchail, Josiane
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TitleOvercoming Barriers to Collective Action in Community-Based Fisheries Management in the Amazon
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JournalHuman Organization
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Number1
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Brazilian Amazon
Fisheries Management
conservation biology
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social-ecological systems
artisanal fisheries
fish
brazil
comanagement
lessons
sustainability
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AbstractA set of freshwater fisheries management institutions in the central Brazilian Amazon leads us to propose an expansion of the common pool resource (CPR) management models developed by Ostrom. We analyze the origins and effectiveness of a community-based CPR system that has emerged despite several features that are, in Ostrom's view, barriers to local institutional development: the fish populations are migratory rather than stationary, spatial boundaries are ambiguous rather than fixed, and state support of local management is weak or non-existent rather than strong. We argue that cultural and political factors, which are given less emphasis in Ostrom's model, may help explain how these communities overcome barriers to collective action. We draw parallels between freshwater systems and Marine Protected Areas and discuss implications for local resource management.
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TitleModeling South America regional smoke plume: aerosol optical depth variability and shortwave surface forcing
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AbstractIntra-seasonal variability of smoke aerosol optical depth (AOD) and downwelling solar irradiance at the surface during the 2002 biomass burning season in South America was modeled using the Coupled Chemistry-Aerosol-Tracer Transport model to the Brazilian developments on the Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (CCATT-BRAMS). Measurements of AOD from the AErosol RObotic NETwork (AERONET) and solar irradiance at the surface from the Solar Radiation Network (SolRad-NET) were used to evaluate model results. In general, the major features associated with AOD evolution over the southern part of the Amazon Basin and cerrado ecosystem are captured by the model. The main discrepancies were found for high aerosol loading events. In the northeastern portion of the Amazon Basin the model systematically underestimated AOD. This is likely due to the cloudy nature of the region, preventing accurate detection of the fire spots used in the emission model. Moreover, measured AOD were very often close to background conditions and emissions other than smoke were not considered in the simulation. Therefore, under the background scenario, one would expect the model to underestimate AOD. The issue of high aerosol loading events in the southern part of the Amazon and cerrado is also discussed in the context of emission shortcomings. The Cuiabá cerrado site was the only one where the highest quality AERONET data were unavailable. Thus, lower quality data were used. Root-mean-square-error (RMSE) between the model and observations decreased from 0.48 to 0.17 when extreme AOD events (AOD550 nm ≥ 1.0) and Cuiabá were excluded from analysis. Downward surface solar irradiance comparisons also followed similar trends when extremes AOD were excluded. This highlights the need to improve the modelling of the regional smoke plume in order to enhance the accuracy of the radiative energy budget. Aerosol optical model based on the mean intensive properties of smoke from the southern part of the Amazon Basin produced a radiative forcing efficiency (RFE) of −158 W m−2/AOD550 nm at noon. This value is in between −154 W m−2/AOD550 nm and −187 W m−2/AOD550 nm, the range obtained when spatial varying optical models were considered. The average 24 h surface forcing over the biomass burning season varied from −55 W m−2 close to smoke sources in the southern part of the Amazon Basin and cerrado to −10 W m−2 in remote regions of the Southeast Brazilian coast.
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DOI10.1029/2011RS004794
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Labellattes: 0505123426174183 12 WilliamsKBSNABCDHLSTS:2012:RoHa
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TitleResolution of the sprite polarity paradox: The role of halos
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 6 Adachi, Toru
 7 Boldi, Robert
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JournalRadio Science
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Number2
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AbstractThis study revisits the sprite polarity paradox, first manifest by observations that exceptional cloud-to-ground flashes with negative polarity generally did not produce detectable sprites. The paradox is here resolved by the Transient Luminous Event (TLE) known as the halo, which on account of its inferior brightness (0.3 MR versus 1.5 MR) and substantially shorter duration (1 ms versus 10-100 ms) in comparison with the sprite, is not readily detectable in ground-based video cameras with standard field duration (16.7-20 ms). Observations with improved temporal resolution (ISUAL (Imager of Sprites and Upper Atmospheric Lightnings) from space and PIPER (Photometric Imager of Precipitated Electron Radiation) observations from the ground) provide evidence that flashes with negative polarity dominate the global halo population, and that the halo numbers are more than sufficient to account for the previously missing TLEs. The evidence for lightning polarity-dependent TLEs (sprites, positive and halos, negative) is attributable to the well established but incompletely understood contrast in the behavior of negative and positive lightning flashes to ground. Copyright 2012 by the American Geophysical Union.
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