Long Term Ecological Research

Catimbau National Park Site

Projects developed at Catimbau National Park

Anthropogenic disturbances and transformation of the Caatinga ecosystem: implications for semiarid sustainability (APQ-0138-2.05 / 14)


Anthropogenic disturbance, biological invasion and reproductive biology in the Catimbau National Park: would the Caatinga be transformed into an emerging ecosystem?
(CNPq / ICMBio Research on Conservation Units of the Caatinga Biome, process 552054 / 2011-9)


Anthropogenic disturbances, climatic changes and future biota of the Caatinga (Long-Term Ecological Research Program - CNPq Process
Number 403770 / 2012-2)


Communities of terrestrial vertebrates of Catimbau National Park, PE: diversity, distribution and role of anthropic and climatic factors in their compositions - subsidies for the Catimbau PELD (case number: APQ-0825- 2.04 / 15)


Quantification of sustainability and ecosystemic impacts of landscapes Socioecological production in the caatinga (case number: APQ-0654- 2.05 / 15)

Effects of increased disturbance and reduction of rainfall on Plant-herbivore-ant interactions (Edital Universal Process - CNPq Number 470480 / 2013-0)


Reproductive strategies in Leguminosae in northeastern Brazil: ecology, genetics, evolution and conservation (Edital Universal - CNPq process number 481755 / 2013-6)


Beta diversity, phylogenetics and structuring of plant communities in disturbed tropical landscapes (Universal Edict - CNPq number 47057420135)


Climatic changes in the Caatinga investigated by the biomonitoring of a Large congregation of bats in the Catimbau National Park, Pernambuco (Edital Universal - CNPq process number 479485 / 2013-5)


Organization of biological communities in the Far East of the Americas (PB): Phylogenetic and functional approaches to conservation (Edital Universal - CNPq process number 476135 / 2013-3)

 

Effects of increased disturbance and reduced rainfall on plant communities and their interactions with plants and herbivores (Special Visiting Researcher Alan Andersen - PVE MEC / MCTI / CAPES / CNPq / FAPs file number 88881.030482 / 2013-01)


How does a Caatinga biota respond to human activities? Effects of increased disturbance and reduction of rainfall (APQ Notice FACEPE process number 0738-2.05 / 12)


Antropic disturbances and a reorganization of tree assemblages: Evidence of multiple neotropical landscapes (Special Visiting Researcher Victor Arroyo-Rodriguez - PVE MEC / MCTI / CAPES / CNPq / FAP process number 405693 / 2013-3)


Anthropogenic disturbances, climatic changes and future biota of the Caatinga (Brazil-Germany Bilateral Collaboration Project - CNPq-DFG Process Number 490450 / 2013-0)

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