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Cochrane MA, Alencar A, Schulze MD, Souza CM, Nepstad DC, Lefebvre P, Davidson EA. (1999) Positive feedbacks in the fire dynamic of closed canopy tropical forests. Science, 284, 1832-1835. (abstract)
- Other teams who claimed this pub: CD-05; CD-11

Houghton RA, Skole DL, Nobre CA, Hackler JL, Lawrence KT, Chomentowski WH. (2000) Annual fluxes of carbon from deforestation and regrowth in the Brazilian Amazon. Nature, 403, 301-304. (abstract)
- Other teams who claimed this pub: LC-08; CD-11

Cochrane MA. (2001) Synergistic interactions between habitat fragmentation and fire in evergreen tropical forests. Conservation Biology, 15, 1515-1521. (abstract)

Cochrane MA, Laurance WF. (2002) Fire as a large-scale edge effect in Amazonian forests. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 18, 311-325. (abstract)

Salas WA, Ducey MJ, Rignot E, Skole D. (2002) Assessment of JERS-1 SAR for monitoring secondary vegetation in Amazonia: I. Spatial and temporal variability in backscatter across a chrono-sequence of secondary vegetation stands in Rondonia. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 23, 1357-1379. (abstract)

Salas WA, Ducey MJ, Rignot E, Skole D. (2002) Assessment of JERS-1 SAR for monitoring secondary vegetation in Amazonia: II. Spatial, temporal, and radiometric considerations for operational monitoring. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 23, 1381-1399. (abstract)


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