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2009Carbon benefits from Amazonian forest reserves: Leakage accounting and the value of timePhilip Martin Fearnside
2002Time preference in global warming calculations: A proposal for a unified indexPhilip Martin Fearnside
2007A synopsis of land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) under the Kyoto Protocol and Marrakech Accords.Schlamadinger, B.; Philip Martin Fearnside; C. Forner; A. Freibauer; P. Frumhoff; N. Hoehne; T. Johns; M.U.F. Kirschbaum; A. Labat; G. Marland; A. Michaelowa; N. Bird; L. Montanarella; P. Moutinho; D. Murdiyarso; N. Pena; K. Pingoud; Z. Rakonczay; E. Rametsteiner; J. Rock; M.J. Sanz; U. Schneider; S. Brown; A. SHVIDENKO; M. Skutsch; P. Smith; Z. Somogyi; E. Trines; M. Ward; Y. Yamagata; J Canadell; Ciccarese L; B. Clabbers; M. Dutschke; J. Fiedler; A. Fischlin
2008Tree height in Brazil's `arc of deforestation : Shorter trees in south and southwest Amazonia imply lower biomassNOGUEIRA, E; NELSON, B; Philip Martin Fearnside; FRANCA, M; OLIVEIRA, A
2002Time preference: reply to TolPhilip Martin Fearnside
2002Greenhouse gas emissions from a hydroelectric reservoir (Brazil's Tucuruí Dam) and the energy policy implicationsPhilip Martin Fearnside
2001Environmentalists split over Kyoto and Amazonian deforestationPhilip Martin Fearnside
2001The potential of Brazil's forest sector for mitigating global warming under the Kyoto Protocol.Philip Martin Fearnside
2000Global warming and tropical land-use change: greenhouse gas emissions from biomass burning, decomposition and soils in forest conversion, shifting cultivation and secondary vegetationPhilip Martin Fearnside
2009Brazil evolving proposal to control deforestation: Amazon still at riskPhilip Martin Fearnside