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Regeneration after fire in campo rupestre: Short- and long-term vegetation dynamics

G. Wilson Fernandes; G. Wilson Fernandes; Soizig Le Stradic; Soizig Le Stradic; Soizig Le Stradic; Elise Buisson; Pauline Hernandez;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2018
  • Publisher: Elsevier GmbH
Abstract
Made available in DSpace on 2018-12-11T16:45:29Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 0 Previous issue date: 2018-01-01 Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de Minas Gerais (FAPEMIG) The Cerrado (Brazilian savanna) is the second largest biome in Brazil, covering 22% of the country, and campo rupestre is one of the most biodiverse ecosystem. Campo rupestre are extremely old mountaintop tropical ecosystems, composed of a mosaic of herbaceous, shrubland and savanna vegetation, generally located above 900 m above sea level characterized by shallow, acidic and nutrient-poor soils. In the context of increased land-use changes, effective conservation and management projects ap...
Subjects
free text keywords: Biomass, Campo arenoso, Campo pedregoso, Rupestrian grasslands, Vegetation recovery, Wildfire, Life sciences, Environmental sciences & ecology, Sciences du vivant, Sciences de l’environnement & écologie, : Environmental sciences & ecology [Life sciences], : Sciences de l'environnement & écologie [Sciences du vivant], [SDE.BE]Environmental Sciences/Biodiversity and Ecology, [SDV.EE.ECO]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Ecology, environment/Ecosystems, Species richness, Shrubland, geography.geographical_feature_category, geography, Ecology, Biodiversity, Environmental science, Biome, Ecosystem, Plant community, Vegetation
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