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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
2018Impact of the biomass burning on methane variability during dry years in the Amazon measured from an aircraft and the AIRS sensorRibeiro, Igor Oliveira; Andreoli, Rita Valéria; Kayano, Mary Toshie; Sousa, Thaiane Rodrigues de; Medeiros, Adan Sady S.; Guimarães, Patrícia Costa; Barbosa, Cybelli G.G.; Godoi, Ricardo Henrique Moreton; Martin, Scot T.; Souza, Rodrigo Augusto Ferreira de
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2016Limited carbon and biodiversity co-benefits for tropical forest mammals and birdsBeaudrot, Lydia H.; Kroetz, Kailin M.; Álvarez-Loayza, Patricia; Amaral, Iêda Leão do; Breuer, Thomas; Fletcher, Christine Dawn; Jansen, Patrick A.; Kenfack, David; Lima, Marcela Guimarães Moreira; Marshall, Andrew Robert; Martin, Emanuel H.; Ndoundou-Hockemba, Mireille; O'Brien, Timothy G.; Razafimahaimodison, Jean Claude A.; Romero-Saltos, Hugo; Rovero, F.; Roy, Cisquet Hector; Sheil, Douglas; Silva, Carlos E.F.; Spironello, Wilson Roberto; Valencia, Renato L.; Zvoleff, Alexander; Ahumada, Jorge A.; Andelman, Sandy J.
2021Malnutrition and parasitism shape ecosystem services provided by dung beetlesServín-Pastor, Mariana; Salomão, Renato Portela; Caselín-Cuevas, Francisco; Córdoba Aguilar, Alejandro; Favila, Mario E.; Jácome-Hernández, Alberto; Lozano-Sánchez, Daniel; González-Tokman, Daniel M.
1997Monitoring needs to transform amazonian forest maintenance into a global warming-mitigation optionFearnside, Philip Martin
2010More than CO2: A broader paradigm for managing climate change and variability to avoid ecosystem collapseMcAlpine, Clive Alexander; Ryan, Justin G.; Seabrook, Leonie M.; Thomas, Sebastian; Dargusch, Paul J.; Syktus, Jozef; Pielke, Roger A.; Etter, Andres; Fearnside, Philip Martin; Laurance, William F.
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2019Reducing greenhouse gas emissions of Amazon hydropower with strategic dam planningAlmeida, Rafael M.; Shi, Qinru; Gomes-Selman, Jonathan M.; Wu, Xiaojian; Xue, Yexiang; Angarita, Héctor A.; Barros, Nathan Oliveira; Forsberg, Bruce Rider; García-Villacorta, Roosevelt; Hamilton, Stephen K.; Melack, John M.; Montoya, Mariana; Perez, Guillaume; Sethi, Suresh Andrew; Gomes, Carla P.; Flecker, Alexander S.
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2016Soil carbon stock changes due to edge effects in central Amazon forest fragmentsBarros, Henrique Seixas; Fearnside, Philip Martin
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2016Spatial distribution of forest biomass in Brazil's state of Roraima, northern AmazoniaBarni, Paulo Eduardo; Manzi, Antônio Ocimar; Condé, Tiago Monteiro; Barbosa, Reinaldo Imbrozio; Fearnside, Philip Martin
2007A synopsis of land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) under the Kyoto Protocol and Marrakech AccordsSchlamadinger, Bernhard; Bird, Neil D.; Johns, Tracy; Brown, Sandra L.; Canadell, Josep G.; Ciccarese, Lorenzo; Dutschke, Michael; Fiedler, J.; Fischlin, Andreas; Fearnside, Philip Martin; Forner, Claudio; Freibauer, Annette; Frumhoff, Peter C.; Hoehne, N.; Kirschbaum, Miko Uwe Franz; Labat, A.; Marland, Gregg H.; Michaelowa, Axel; Montanarella, Luca; Moutinho, Paulo; Murdiyarso, Daniel; Peña, Naomi; Pingoud, Kim; Rakonczay, Zoltán; Rametsteiner, Ewald; Rock, Joachim; Sanz-Sanchez, Maria José; Schneider, Uwe A.; Shvidenko, Anatoly Z.; Skutsch, Margaret; Smith, Pete; Somogyi, Zoltán; Trines, Eveline P.; Ward, Murray; Yamagata, Yoshiki
2008Tree height in Brazil's 'arc of deforestation': Shorter trees in south and southwest Amazonia imply lower biomassNogueira, Euler Melo; Nelson, Bruce Walker; Fearnside, Philip Martin; França, Mabiane Batista; Oliveira, Átila Cristina Alves de