Papers (2019)

LIMA et al. 2019. Conditional Cash Transfers in the Amazon: From the Nutrition Transition to Complex Dietary Behavior Change. Ecology of food and nutrition.

ALVIM et al. 2019. Trophic relationships between primary producers and associated fauna in a pristine Cerrado pond. JOURNAL OF LIMNOLOGY, v. online. 

SENA-SOUZA et al. 2019. Background and the use of isoscapes in the Brazilian context: essential tool for isotope data interpretation and natural resource management. Rev. Ambient. Água, Taubaté, v. 14 n. 2, p. 1-27.

ABDALLA-FILHO et al. 2019. Is the ?canine surrogacy approach? (CSA) still valid for dogs and humans in market-oriented and subsistence-oriented communities in Brazil? Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies. 55(3): 227-236.

SILVA et al. 2019. Urban access and government subsidies impact livelihood and food transition in slave-remnant communities in the Brazilian Cerrado. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 39: p24.

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Universidade de Brasília

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