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- Marcel Giovanni Costa França, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Environmental earth sciences 2015 v.74 no.4 pp. 3077-3088
- Urochloa brizantha; Urochloa decumbens; air temperature; anthropogenic activities; biogeography; carbon dioxide; cerrado; climate change; ecological invasion; ecoregions; ecosystems; geographical distribution; grasses; heat; heat tolerance; indigenous species; invasive species; landscapes; leaves; prediction; savannas; seasons; tissues; weather; Brazil
- ... According to IPCC predictions for 2100, increasing CO₂ concentrations and global mean temperature could lead to a future scenario of increased incidence and duration of periods with exceptionally high temperatures and duration of drier seasons in some locations like Central Brazil. This extreme weather can affect fragile environments which are already suffering from anthropogenic disturbance that ...