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LBA Group: TG-05 (Potter / Carvalho / Oliveira)

Created on: 08-May-2002

Last Revised: 08-May-2002 16:36 EST by Christopher S. Potter

Region:  Pará Western (Santarém)

Contact Person:  Carlos Schenato

Contact Email:  

Start Date:  05 JUL 2002

End Date:  06 JUL 2002

Planned activities:

Site Reconnaissance and Selection

DESCRIPTION

Visit to Tapajos field sites - Chris Potter, Liane Guild and Steven Klooster of TG-05 will be accompanied by ULBRA collaborator Carlos Schenato to visit fields site in and around the FLONA Tapajos. We would like to have the support of a 4-wheel drive LBA vehicle, a driver, and a native Portuguese-English speaker/translator to accompany us with our ULBRA colleagues to the field for those two days. We will need a reservation at the Tropical Hotel from 05-06 July 2002. - Plan to select and visit field sites near the FLONA Tapajos on the Rio Moju.

PARTICIPANTS

Incoming Visitors:  Liane S. Guild, Steven A. Klooster, Christopher S. Potter

On-Site Personnel:  None


LOGISTICS NEEDS

There are no logistics items available at this region.



MEASUREMENT INFORMATION

Ground Measurements; Hydrologic Properties and Fluxes

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS

We would appreciate a native Portuguese-English speaker/translator to accompany us with our ULBRA colleagues



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