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Long-term carbon consequences of Amazon forest degradation Douglas Morton 11.14.14
Forest degradation research team EMBRAPA CNPM Mateus Batistella Michael Keller Edson Bolfe Daniel Victoria Luciana Spinelli Celina Takemura Luiz Eduardo Vicente Débora Drucker Maiza dos Santos Ekena Pinagé Allan Yu Iwama de Mello Other Institutions Marcos Adami (INPE) Joice Ferreira (EMBRAPA) Adriano Venturieri (EMBRAPA) Silvio Brienza (EMBRAPA) Aline M.M. de Lima (UFPA) Toby Gardner (U. of Cambridge) Jos Barlow (U. of Lancaster) Laurindo Campos (INPA) Emilio Moran (MSU) Dengsheng Lu (MSU) Ted Feldpausch (Exeter) Veronika Leitold Danielle Rappaport Hyeungu Choi NASA GSFC
Morton et al., 2014 1.Drivers & Dynamics 2.Lidar-Biomass Relationships 3.Full Carbon Accounting
FNA: Burned 5x FN1: Burned 2004 Control 200 m ALS Results: Understory Fires
5 km Morton et al., in prep
Morton et al., 2012
Changing enzymatic activities and mycorrhizal infections in a chronosequence of secondary and mature forests of eastern Amazonia Cl á udio Jos é Reis de.
Monitoring and Modelling Deforestation in Amazonia Gilberto Câmara, INPE, Brazil Schermerhorn Lecture Opening Academic Year, ITC, 2008.
In the summer of % of Yellowstone National Park was burned by Forest Fires.
Machadinho d’Oeste and Vale do Anari in the State of Rondônia Similar biophysical features Similar settlement age: early 80’s Similar assets among colonists.
A probabilistic model of fire ignition and spreading for the Xingu Headwaters Rafaella Almeida Silvestrini – UFMG Britaldo Silveira Soares Filho – UFMG.
Forest structure and carbon dynamics in Amazonian tropical rain forests Simone Vieira, Plinio B. De Camargo, Diogo Selhorst, Lucy Hutyra, Roseane da Silva,
Estimating Anthropogenic Influence in Tropical Forests Using Charcoal Introduction Jessica Del Greco Advisors: Crystal H. McMichael, Earth System Research.
LBA-ECO 8 th Business Meeting Group Reports. Science Workshops Agriculture Agriculture –Mercedes Bustamante, Paul Steudler Fire, Ecosystems, and the Atmosphere.
Logging in the Brazilian Amazon Michael Keller USDA Forest Service Int’l Institute of Tropical Forestry.
Intensive Agriculture – Fortaleza 2003 San Francisco Meeting – The group proposed a synthetic book in a LBA series 2.Several workshops to involve.
Amazonia and Global Change Editors: –Michael Keller –Pedro Silva Dias –John Gash 13 Section Editors 93 Authors and Co-Authors.
1/03/09 De 89 à 98. 1/03/09 De 89 à 98 1/03/09 De 89 à 98.
A data assimilation approach to quantify uncertainty for estimates of biomass stocks and changes in Amazon forests Paul Duffy Michael Keller Doug Morton.
Evaluating the likelihood of a climate-change induced dieback of the Amazon forest Yadvinder Malhi Oxford University Luiz Aragao, Rosie Fisher, David Galbraith,
Improved Estimates of Aboveground Biomass using MODIS and the Geoscience Laser Altimeter System Michael Lefsky Colorado State University Plinio CamargoUniversity.
Biofuel production in Brazil: challenges for land use policy Gilberto Câmara Dialogo Brasil-Alemanha de Ciencia e Inovação Licence: Creative Commons ̶̶̶̶
Workshop Silas Little Experimental Forest, NJ September, 13-17, 2010 André Monteiro – Forest Engineering and Adjunct Researcher – Imazon (Amazon Institute.
CHANGES IN CERRADO LAND USE Carlos A Klink University of Brasilia, Brazil.
Nancy HF French, Don McKenzie, Tyler Erickson Poster # 301 with on-line demo – Wednesday Development and use of the Wildland Fire Emissions.
Mapping burned scars in Amazon region using MODIS data Big Bear Lake, California, USA, André Lima Yosio Edemir Shimabukuro Luiz Eduardo Aragão SCGIS.
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