Papers (2021)

CAMARGO et al. 2021. Seasonal isotopic niche of a rodent: high between-individual variation but no changes in individual variation but no changes in individual niche width during the rich-resource period. Biotropica 53(3): 966-975. 

COSTA et al. 2021. Linking environmental indicators to blood, feather and claw d18O in the Saffron Finch (Scales flagella) in the Central Brazilian savannas.

COVEY et al. 2021. Carbon and Beyond: the biogeochemistry  of climate in a rapidly changing Amazon. Frontiers in Forest and Global Change 4:618401.

KISAKA et al. 2021. Understanding the factors controlling biofilm as an autochthonous resource in shades oligotrophic neotropical streams. Aquatic Sciences 83:24. 

MARIANO et al. 2021. LT-Brazil: a database of leaf traits across biomes and vegetation types in Brazil. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 10.1111/geb.13381.

MARTINELLI et al. 2021.
Partitioning of Environmental and Taxonomic Controls on Brazilian Foliar Content of Carbon and Nitrogen and Stable Isotopes. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4:662801.

MARTINS et al. 2021. Potentially toxic elements and rare earth elements in sandy soils from the Brazilian Cerrado.

NEVES et al. 2021. Spatial distribution of soil d13C in the Central Brazilian savanna. Journal of Environmental Management 300: 113758.


PINHEIRO-ALVES et al. 2021. Carbon and nitrogen dynamics in a successional agroforestry system in the Neotropics. Journal of Biotechnology and Biodiversity 9(2): 131-141. 


POMPERMAIER et al. 2021. Soil meiofauna drives litter decomposition under combined nitrogen and phosphorus additions in a Brazilian woodland savanna. Austral Ecology, online first. 

SILVA et al. 2021. Impacts of market economy access and livelihood conditions on agro-food transition in rural communities in three macro-regions of Brazil. Environement, Development and Sustainability.

SANTOS et al. 2021. Soil carbon and nitrogen under different land-use and landscape locations in central Brazil.  Journal of Biotechnology and Biodiversity 9(2): 178-186.