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Amazonia and Global Change

Vol. 186, 2009

GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH SERIES, VOL. 186, 565 PP., 2009
ISSN: 0065-8448; ISBN: 978-0-87590-476-4

Amazonia and Global Change

M. Keller, M. Bustamante, J. Gash, and P. Silva Dias (Eds.)

Amazonia and Global Change synthesizes results of the Large-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia (LBA) for scientists and students of Earth system science and global environmental change. LBA, led by Brazil, asks how Amazonia currently functions in the global climate and biogeochemical systems and how the functioning of Amazonia will respond to the combined pressures of climate and land use change, such as
• Wet season and dry season aerosol concentrations and their effects on diffuse radiation and photosynthesis
• Increasing greenhouse gas concentration, deforestation, widespread biomass burning and changes in the Amazonian water cycle
• Drought effects and simulated drought through rainfall exclusion experiments
• The net flux of carbon between Amazonia and the atmosphere
• Floodplains as an important regulator of the basin carbon balance including serving as a major source of methane to the troposphere
• The impact of the likely increased profitability of cattle ranching.
The book will serve a broad community of scientists and policy makers interested in global change and environmental issues with high-quality scientific syntheses accessible to nonspecialists in a wide community of social scientists, ecologists, atmospheric chemists, climatologists, and hydrologists.

Citation: Keller, M., M. Bustamante, J. Gash, and P. Silva Dias (Eds.) (2009), Amazonia and Global Change, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol. 186, 565 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/GM186.

Gash, John; Keller, Michael; Bustamante, Mercedes; Dias, Pedro Silva

Preface

pp. ix-ix

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Batistella, M.; Alves, D. S.; Moran, E. F.; Souza, C., Jr.; Walker, R.; Walsh, S. J.

People and environment in Amazonia: The LBA experience and other perspectives

pp. 1-9

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Alves, Diogenes S.; Morton, Douglas C.; Batistella, Mateus; Roberts, Dar A.; Souza, Carlos, Jr.

The changing rates and patterns of deforestation and land use in Brazilian Amazonia

pp. 11-23

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Asner, Gregory P.; Keller, Michael; Lentini, Marco; Merry, Frank; Souza, Carlos, Jr.

Selective logging and its relation to deforestation

pp. 25-42

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Schroeder, Wilfrid; Alencar, Ane; Arima, Eugenio; Setzer, Alberto

The spatial distribution and interannual variability of fire in Amazonia

pp. 43-60

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Walker, Robert; DeFries, Ruth; del Carmen Vera-Diaz, Maria; Shimabukuro, Yosio; Venturieri, Adriano

The expansion of intensive agriculture and ranching in Brazilian Amazonia

pp. 61-81

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Perz, Stephen; Messina, Joseph P.; Reis, Eustaquio; Walker, Robert; Walsh, Stephen J.

Scenarios of future Amazonian landscapes: Econometric and dynamic simulation models

pp. 83-100

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Pfaff, Alexander; Barbieri, Alisson; Ludewigs, Thomas; Merry, Frank; Perz, Stephen; Reis, Eustaquio

Road impacts in Brazilian Amazonia

pp. 101-116

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Brondízio, Eduardo S.; Cak, Anthony; Caldas, Marcellus M.; Mena, Carlos; Bilsborrow, Richard; Futemma, Celia T.; Ludewigs, Thomas; Moran, Emilio F.; Batistella, Mateus

Small farmers and deforestation in Amazonia

pp. 117-143

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Nobre, Carlos A.; Marengo, José A.; Artaxo, Paulo

Understanding the climate of Amazonia: Progress from LBA

pp. 145-147

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Nobre, Carlos A.; Obregón, Guillermo O.; Marengo, José A.; Fu, Rong; Poveda, German

Characteristics of Amazonian climate: Main features

pp. 149-162

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Betts, A. K.; Fisch, G.; von Randow, C.; Silva Dias, M. A. F.; Cohen, J. C. P.; da Silva, R.; Fitzjarrald, D. R.

The Amazonian boundary layer and mesoscale circulations

pp. 163-181

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Kesselmeier, Jürgen; Guenther, Alex; Hoffmann, Thorsten; Piedade, Maria Teresa; Warnke, Jörg

Natural volatile organic compound emissions from plants and their roles in oxidant balance and particle formation

pp. 183-206

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Longo, K. M.; Freitas, S. R.; Andreae, M. O.; Yokelson, R.; Artaxo, P.

Biomass burning in Amazonia: Emissions, long-range transport of smoke and its regional and remote impacts

pp. 207-232

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Artaxo, Paulo; Rizzo, Luciana V.; Paixão, Melina; de Lucca, Silvia; Oliveira, Paulo H.; Lara, Luciene L.; Wiedemann, Kenia T.; Andreae, Meinrat O.; Holben, Brent; Schafer, Joel; Correia, Alexandre L.; Pauliquevis, Theotônio M.

Aerosol particles in Amazonia: Their composition, role in the radiation balance, cloud formation, and nutrient cycles

pp. 233-250

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Silva Dias, M. A.; Avissar, R.; Silva Dias, P.

Modeling the regional and remote climatic impact of deforestation

pp. 251-260

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da Rocha, Humberto R.; Manzi, Antonio O.; Shuttleworth, Jim

Evapotranspiration

pp. 261-272

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Marengo, José; Nobre, Carlos A.; Betts, Richard A.; Cox, Peter M.; Sampaio, Gilvan; Salazar, Luis

Global warming and climate change in Amazonia: Climate-vegetation feedback and impacts on water resources

pp. 273-292

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Malhi, Yadvinder; Davidson, Eric A.

Biogeochemistry and ecology of terrestrial ecosystems of Amazonia

pp. 293-297

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Davidson, Eric A.; Martinelli, Luiz A.

Nutrient limitations to secondary forest regrowth

pp. 299-309

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Luizão, Flávio J.; Fearnside, Philip M.; Cerri, Carlos E. P.; Lehmann, Johannes

The maintenance of soil fertility in Amazonian managed systems

pp. 311-336

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Bustamante, M. M. C.; Keller, M.; Silva, D. A.

Sources and sinks of trace gases in Amazonia and the Cerrado

pp. 337-354

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Malhi, Yadvinder; Saatchi, Sassan; Girardin, Cecile; Aragão, Luiz E. O. C.

The production, storage, and flow of carbon in Amazonian forests

pp. 355-372

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Phillips, Oliver L.; Higuchi, Niro; Vieira, Simone; Baker, Timothy R.; Chao, Kuo-Jung; Lewis, Simon L.

Changes in Amazonian forest biomass, dynamics, and composition, 1980–2002

pp. 373-387

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Saleska, Scott; da Rocha, Humberto; Kruijt, Bart; Nobre, Antonio

Ecosystem carbon fluxes and Amazonian forest metabolism

pp. 389-407

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Houghton, R.A.; Gloor, Manuel; Lloyd, Jon; Potter, Christopher

The regional carbon budget

pp. 409-428

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Meir, P.; Brando, P. M.; Nepstad, D.; Vasconcelos, S.; Costa, A. C. L.; Davidson, E.; Almeida, S.; Fisher, R. A.; Sotta, E. D.; Zarin, D.; Cardinot, G.

The effects of drought on Amazonian rain forests

pp. 429-449

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Trumbore, Susan; Barbosa de Camargo, Plínio

Soil carbon dynamics

pp. 451-462

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Lloyd, J.; Goulden, M. L.; Ometto, J. P.; Patiño, S.; Fyllas, N. M.; Quesada, C. A.

Ecophysiology of forest and savanna vegetation

pp. 463-484

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Melack, John M.; Victoria, Reynaldo L.; Tomasella, Javier

Surface waters in Amazonia: Key findings and perspectives

pp. 485-488

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Richey, Jeffrey E.; Krusche, Alex V.; Johnson, Mark S.; da Cunha, Hillandia B.; Ballester, Maria V.

The role of rivers in the regional carbon balance

pp. 489-504

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Tomasella, Javier; Neill, Christopher; Figueiredo, Ricardo; Nobre, Antonio D.

Water and chemical budgets at the catchment scale including nutrient exports from intact forests and disturbed landscapes

pp. 505-524

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Melack, John M.; Novo, Evlyn M. L. M.; Forsberg, Bruce R.; Piedade, Maria T. F.; Maurice, Laurence

Floodplain ecosystem processes

pp. 525-541

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Heil Costa, Marcos; Coe, Michael T.; Loup Guyot, Jean

Effects of climatic variability and deforestation on surface water regimes

pp. 543-553

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Batistella, M.; Artaxo, P.; Nobre, C.; Bustamante, M.; Luizão, F.

Results from LBA and a vision for future Amazonian research

pp. 555-563

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