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- Azevedo, A.F.; Carvalho, R.R.; Kajin, M.; Van Sluys, M.; Bisi, T.L.; Cunha, H.A.; Lailson-Brito, J.
- Ecological indicators 2017 v.79 pp. 1-10
- Sotalia guianensis; anthropogenic activities; bycatch; dolphins; estuaries; habitat destruction; immunosuppression; models; philopatry; pollutants; population size; probability; traffic; Brazil
- ... The abundance of Guiana dolphins (Sotalia guianensis) in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, South-eastern Brazil, was investigated during the period 2000–2015 using mark-recapture models applied to photo-identification data. A combination of Pradel’s model and Pollock’s robust design was applied to estimate abundance and other population parameters, such as apparent survival (Φ), capture probability ( ...
- Jin, Jiaxin; Zhan, Wenfeng; Wang, Ying; Gu, Baojing; Wang, Weifeng; Jiang, Hong; Lu, Xuehe; Zhang, Xiuying
- Ecological indicators 2017 v.79 pp. 122-127
- biotic factors; carbon cycle; carbon dioxide; climate change; climatic factors; deciduous forests; evapotranspiration; hydrologic cycle; meteorological data; models; phenology; photosynthesis; primary productivity; spring; summer; terrestrial ecosystems; water stress; water use efficiency; Europe; North America
- ... Climate change has significantly influenced the productivity of terrestrial ecosystems through water cycles. Water use efficiency (WUE) is an important indicator for understanding how water couples with the carbon cycle. Abiotic factors such as climatic factors and CO2 concentration have been investigated to understand the mechanisms involved in the coupled carbon-water cycle of terrestrial ecosys ...