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- Silva Junior, Carlos Antonio da; Costa, Gerlane de Medeiros; Rossi, Fernando Saragosa; Vale, Jôine Cariele Evangelista do; Lima, Rogério Brito de; Lima, Mendelson; Oliveira-Junior, José Francisco de; Teodoro, Paulo Eduardo; Santos, Reginaldo Carvalho
- Environmental science & policy 2019
- cerrado; ecosystems; evapotranspiration; gross primary productivity; land use and land cover maps; normalized difference vegetation index; public policy; remote sensing; savannas; statistical analysis; taxonomy; tropical forests; Amazonia; Brazil
- ... The Amazonia is the largest tropical forest in the world, with approximately 5 million km2 occupying about 49.3% of Brazil in the North and Central-West regions and bordering the Cerrado sensu lato (Brazilian savannah). The border area between these two biomes is called the Cerrado-Amazonia transition that extends approximately 6240 km. Currently, these limits, as well as other areas of ecotonal s ...