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- Guedes, M.C., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Trees 2018 v.32 no.1 pp. 277-286
- Mora; allometry; animal welfare; basins; dendroclimatology; ecosystems; estuaries; felling; growth models; growth rings; human population; laws and regulations; resource management; subsidies; timber management; trees
- ... KEY MESSAGE: First study that demonstrated the formation of annual growth rings in Amazonian Estuary trees. Growth patterns of Mora paraensis and specific management criteria, such as felling cycle, are presented. The aim of the present study was to contribute to increased sustainability in the timber management of Mora paraensis, through the estimation of minimum logging diameter (MLD) and fellin ...
- Guedes, M.C., et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Chemosphere 2017 v.188 pp. 650-658
- Bertholletia excelsa; Brazil nuts; adults; basins; selenium; soil pH; soil sampling; Amazonia; Brazil
- ... Brazil nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa) is native of the Amazon rainforest. Brazil nuts are consumed worldwide and are known as the richest food source of selenium (Se). Yet, the reasoning for such Se contents is not well stablished. We evaluated the variation in Se concentration of Brazil nuts from Brazilian Amazon basin, as well as soil properties, including total Se concentration, of the soils s ...