The existence, magnitude and duration of a supposed CO2 fertilization effect in tropical forests remains largely undetermined.
A climate-driven degradation of the Amazon forest will certainly incur in costs for several sector for the region’s sócio-economy such as agriculture, energy and health
Informing decision and driving transversal thinking, in short and long-term strategic plans for environmental conservation and maintaining of ecosystem services in the Amazon region.
Constant monitoring of tree growth, photosynthesis, transpiration, plant water fluxes, phenology and more
Root dynamics, soil water movements, soil respiration, nutrient dynamics and more
Model-experiment integration, model-generated hypothesis, innovative ways of modeling tropical forests and more
Wind, temperature, humidity, radiation, CO2 profiles, engineering plans and more
Impacts of a large-scale climate driven degradation of the Amazon forest on the region’s socio-economy, interface with environmental policies and more
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The July Issue (251:1) of New Phytologist scientific journal presents a photo of soil surface roots taken at the AmazonF...
On June 7 and 8, 2017 the Inter-American Development Bank Headquarters will host the symposium AmazonFACE: impacts of cl...