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2009Biomass and greenhouse-gas emissions from land-use change in Brazil's Amazonian "arc of deforestation": The states of Mato Grosso and RondôniaFearnside, Philip Martin; Righi, Ciro Abbud; Graça, Paulo Maurício Lima Alencastro de; Keizer, Edwin Willem Hermanus; Cerri, Carlos C.; Nogueira, Euler Melo; Barbosa, Reinaldo Imbrozio
2018Biomass burning and carbon monoxide patterns in Brazil during the extreme drought years of 2005, 2010, and 2015Ribeiro, Igor Oliveira; Andreoli, Rita Valéria; Kayano, Mary Toshie; Sousa, Thaiane R.; Medeiros, Adan Sady S.; Godoi, Ricardo Henrique Moreton; Godoi, Ana Flávia Locateli; Duvoisin, Sérgio Jr; Martin, Scot T.; Souza, Rodrigo Augusto Ferreira de
2009Biomass burning in Brazil's Amazonian "arc of deforestation": Burning efficiency and charcoal formation in a fire after mechanized clearing at Feliz Natal, Mato GrossoRighi, Ciro Abbud; Graça, Paulo Maurício Lima Alencastro de; Cerri, Carlos C.; Feigl, Brigitte Josefine; Fearnside, Philip Martin
2004Biomass dynamics in amazonian forest fragmentsNascimento, Henrique Eduardo Mendonça; Laurance, William F.
2007Burning of secondary forest in Amazonia: Biomass, burning efficiency and charcoal formation during land preparation for agriculture in Apiaú, Roraima, BrazilFearnside, Philip Martin; Barbosa, Reinaldo Imbrozio; Graça, Paulo Maurício Lima Alencastro de
2013Carbon credit for hydroelectric dams as a source of greenhouse-gas emissions: The example of Brazil's Teles Pires DamFearnside, Philip Martin
2015Carbon stock loss from deforestation through 2013 in Brazilian AmazoniaNogueira, Euler Melo; Yanai, Aurora Miho; Fonseca, Frederico O.R.; Fearnside, Philip Martin
2019Chromosomal Mapping of Rex Retrotransposons in Tambaqui (Colossoma macropomum Cuvier, 1818) Exposed to Three Climate Change ScenariosViana Ferreira, Alex M.; Marajó, Leandro; Matoso, D. A.; Braga Ribeiro, Leila; Feldberg, Eliana
2019Climate change effects on population dynamics of three species of Amazonian lizardsDiele-Viegas, Luisa Maria; Werneck, F. P.; Rocha, Carlos Frederico D. da
2011CO2 emissions from a tropical hydroelectric reservoir (Balbina, Brazil)Kemenes, Alexandre; Forsberg, Bruce Rider; Melack, John M.
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2017Deforestation and Carbon Loss in Southwest Amazonia: Impact of Brazil’s Revised Forest CodeRoriz, Pedro Augusto Costa; Yanai, Aurora Miho; Fearnside, Philip Martin
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2019Do climate changes alter the distribution and transmission of malaria? Evidence assessment and recommendations for future studiesCella, Wilsandrei; Silva, Djane Clarys Baia da; Melo, Gisely Cardoso de; Tadei, Wanderli Pedro; S. Sampaio, Vanderson; Pimenta, Paulo Filemon Paolucci; Lacerda, Marcus V. G.; Monteiro, Wuelton Marcelo
2015Emissions from tropical hydropower and the IPCCFearnside, Philip Martin
2013Forest fires in southwestern Brazilian Amazonia: Estimates of area and potential carbon emissionsVasconcelos, Sumaia Saldanha de; Fearnside, Philip Martin; Graça, Paulo Maurício Lima Alencastro de; Nogueira, Euler Melo; Oliveira, Luís Cláudio de; Figueiredo, Evandro Orfanó
2000Global warming and tropical land-use change: Greenhouse gas emissions from biomass burning, decomposition and soils in forest conversion, shifting cultivation and secondary vegetationFearnside, Philip Martin
2002Greenhouse gas emissions from a hydroelectric reservoir (Brazil's Tucuruídam) and the energy policy implicationsFearnside, Philip Martin
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2016Greenhouse gas emissions from Brazil's Amazonian hydroelectric damsFearnside, Philip Martin
2004Greenhouse gas emissions from hydroelectric dams: Controversies provide a springboard for rethinking a supposedly 'clean' energy source. An editorial commentFearnside, Philip Martin
1997Greenhouse-gas emissions from Amazonian hydroelectric reservoirs: The example of Brazil's Tucurui Dam as compared to fossil fuel alternativesFearnside, Philip Martin
1995Hydroelectric Dams in the Brazilian Amazon as Sources of ‘Greenhouse’ GasesFearnside, Philip Martin