Projeto Ecológico de Longa Duração

Sítio Parque Nacional do Catimbau

Publicações

Livros

Caatinga: The largest Tropical Dry Forest Region in South America

Jose Maria Cardoso da Silva, Inara R. Leal e Marcelo Tabarelli (Eds.)

Editora: Springer

Ano: 2017

- O primeiro livro em língua Inglesa focado exclusivamente na maior Floresta Tropical Seca da América do Sul. 

- Um dos poucos livros sobre sustentabilidade regional que avalia uma região tropical inteira e grande com foco ecológico (ao invés de político).
- Um dos poucos livros sobre  desenvolvimento sustentável regional que propõe um roteiro para a conservação dos recursos naturais e desenvolvimento humano sintetizando informações sobre biodiversidade, serviços ecossistêmicos chave e sistemas socioeconômico. (Springer)

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Capítulos de Livros

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Livros do Curso de Campo Ecologia e Conservação da Caatinga:

Artigos publicados em Periódicos Científicos:

2019

Silva et al 2019 Spatiotemporal responses of ant communities across a disturbance gradient: the role of behavioral traits. Insectes Sociaux

Camara et al 2019 Anthropogenic disturbance and rainfall variation threaten the stability of plant–ant interactions in the Brazilian Caatinga. Ecography

Oliveira et al 2019 Effects of increasing aridity and chronic anthropogenic disturbance on seed dispersal by ants in Brazilian Caatinga. Journal of Animal Ecology

Santos et al 2019 Frugivory by birds in four species of Cactaceae in the Caatinga, a dry forest in Brazil. Iheringia, Série Zoologia

Las-casas et al 2019  The avifauna of the Catimbau National Park, an important protected area in the Brazilian semiarid. Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia.

Silva et al 2019  Extrafloral nectar as a driver of ant community spatial structure along disturbance and rainfall gradients in Brazilian dry forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology

Pinho et al 2019   Plant functional assembly is mediated by rainfall and soil conditions in a seasonally dry tropical forest. Basic and Applied Ecology

Neri et al 2019 - Green versus green? Adverting potential conflicts between windpower generation and biodiversity conservation in Brazil. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation

Ribeiro et al 2019 - Functional diversity and composition of Caatinga woody flora are negatively impacted by chronic anthropogenic disturbance. Journal of Ecology

Silva et al 2019 - Climate change will reduce suitable Caatinga dry forest habitat for endemic plants with disproportionate impacts on specialized reproductive strategies. PLOS ONE

Souza et al 2019 - Multiple drivers of aboveground biomass in a human-modified landscape of the Caatinga dry forest. Forest Ecology and Management.

Specht et al 2019 - Socioeconomic differences among resident, users and neighbour populations of a protected area in the Brazilian dry forest. Journal of Environmental Management.

2018

Revista Ciência & Cultura: Edição especial Caatinga

   - Tabarelli, M. & Leal, I - Apresentação

   - Tabarelli, M; Leal, I; Scarano, F.R; Silva, J.M.C. - Caatinga: legado, trajetória e desafios rumo à                sustentabilidade

   - Garda, A.A; Lion, Lima, S.M.Q; Mesquita, D.O; Araujo, H. F.P; Napoli, M.F.- Os animais vertebrados           do bioma Caatinga

   - Leal, I; Lopes, A.V; Machado, I.C; Tabarelli, M.- Interações planta-animal na Caatinga: visão geral           e perspectivas futuras

   - Albuquerque, U.P; Melo, F.P.L. - Socioecologia da Caatinga

   - Fonseca, C.R; Antongiovanni, M; Matsumoto, M; Enrico Bernard, E;Venticinque,E.M.- Oportunidades      de conservação na Caatinga

   - Fernandes, M.F; Queiroz, L.P. - Vegetação e flora da Caatinga

Arnan et al. 2018 - A framework for deriving measures of chronic anthropogenic disturbance: Surrogate, direct, single and multi-metric indices in Brazilian Caatinga

Arnan et al. 2018 - Increased anthropogenic disturbance and aridity reduce phylogenetic and functional diversity of ant communities in Caatinga dry forest.

 

Barbier et al. 2018 - Structure and composition of Nycteribiidae and Streblidae flies on bats along an
environmental gradient in Northeastern Brazil

Domingos-Melo et al. 2018 - Beyond taxonomy: anther skirt is a diagnostic character that provides specialized noctuid pollination in Marsdenia megalantha (Asclepiadoideae–Apocynaceae)

Sfair et al. 2018 - Chronic human disturbance affects plant trait distribution in a seasonally dry tropical forest 

Silva et al. 2018 - Bryophyte richness of soil islands on rocky outcrops is not driven by island size or habitat heterogeneity 

Siqueira et al. 2018 - Human disturbance promotes herbivory by leaf-cutting ants in the Caatinga dry forest.

2017

Barbier et al 2017 - From the Atlantic Forest to the borders of Amazonia: species richness, distribution, and host association of ectoparasitic flies (Diptera: Nycteribiidae and Streblidae) in northeastern Brazil 

Camara et al 2017 - Effects of chronic anthropogenic disturbance and rainfall on the specialization of antplant mutualistic networks in the Caatinga, a Brazilian dry forest. Journal of Animal Ecology. 

Domingos-Melo et al. 2017 - Complex flowers and rare pollinators: Does ant pollination in Ditassa show a stable system in Asclepiadoideae (Apocynaceae)? 

Rito et al. 2017 - Euphorbiaceae responses to chronic anthropogenic disturbances in Caatinga vegetation: from species proliferation to biotic homogenization. Plant Ecology.

Rito et al 2017 - Precipitation mediates the effect of human disturbance on the Brazilian Caatinga vegetation. Journal of Ecology.

Siqueira et al. 2017 - Leaf-cutting ant populations profit from human disturbances in tropical dry forest in Brazil. Journal of Tropical Ecology.

2016

Ito et al. 2016 - What is for dinner? First report of human blood in the diet of the hairy-legged vampire bat Diphylla ecaudata 

Oliveira et al. 2016 - Chronic anthropogenic disturbance as a secondary driver of ant community structure: interactions with soil type in Brazilian Caatinga. Environmental Conservation

 

Ribeiro-Neto et al. 2016 - Chronic anthropogenic disturbance causes homogenization of plant and ant communities in the Brazilian Caatinga. Biodiversity and Conservation

Ribeiro et al. 2016 - Phylogenetic impoverishment of plantcommunities following chronic humandisturbances in the Brazilian Caatinga. Ecology

2015

Leal et al. 2015a - The Benefits of Myrmecochory: A Matter of Stature. Biotropica

 

Leal et al. 2015b - Disturbance Winners or Losers? Plants Bearing Extrafloral Nectaries in Brazilian Caatinga. Biotropica

 

Ribeiro et al. 2015 - Chronic anthropogenic disturbance drives thebiological impoverishment of

the Brazilian Caatinga vegetation. Journal of Applied Ecology

2014

Leal et al. 2014 - The Multiple impacts of Leaf-Cutting Ants and Their Novel Ecological Role in Human-Modified Neotropical Forests. Biotropica

Leal et al. 2014 - Anthropogenic disturbance reduces seed‑dispersal services for myrmecochorous plants in the Brazilian Caatinga. Oecologia

Nascimento et al. 2014 - The introduced tree Prosopis juliflora is a serious threat to native species of the Brazilian Caatinga vegetation. Science of the Total Environment

Almeida et al. 2014 - The alien flora of Brazilian Caatinga: deliberate introductions expand the contingent of potential invaders. In: Biological Invasions

Melo et al. 2014 - Football and Biodiversity Conservation: FIFA and Brazil can still hit a green goal goalgoal.Biotropica.

2013

Tabarelli et al. 2013 - LIVRO PELD CNPQ - Dez anos do Programa de Pesquisas Ecológicas de Longa Duração - Achados, Lições e Perspectivas

2011

Lobo et al. 2011 - Relocation of Croton sonderianus (Euphorbiaceae) seeds by Pheidole fallax Mayr (Formicidae): a case of Post-dispersal seed protection  by ants? Neotropical Entomology

Santos et al. 2011 - Caatinga: The scientific negligence experienced by a dry tropical forest. Tropical conservation Science

2010

Geise et al. 2010 - Non-volant mammals, Parque Nacional do Catimbau, Vale do Catimbau, Buíque, state of Pernambuco, Brazil, with karyologic data

 

2007

Leal et al. 2007 - Seed dispersal by Ants in the Semi-arid Caatinga of North-east Brazil. Annals of Botany

 

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DOI: 10.15468/q3afgc 

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