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Synthesis Groups

Forest Disturbance

Leaders: Chambers, Higuchi
Description: Regional forest disturbance-recovery processes across the trees-to-landscapes gradient
Workshops: late July/early August 2006, May 2007

Fires and Drought

Leaders: Nepstad, Cardinot, Brando
Description: Synthesis of knowledge about droughts and fires in Amazonia: A Case Study of the 2005 Drought and Fire Impacts on Acre
Workshops: May 12-13, 2006, Parthenon Líder Flat (Hotel), SHN Quadra 5, Bloco I, Asa Norte.

Human Dimensions of Land Cover Change

Leaders: Moran, Alves, Batistella
Description: Understanding the Human Factors behind Land-cover and Land-use Change in Amazonia
Workshops:
July/August 2006, July/August 2007

Intensive Agriculture

Leaders: Melillo, Bustamante
Description: Recent Agricultural Transitions in the Amazon Basin and their Biogeochemical Consequences
Workshops: August 2006, June 2007

Land-Water Coupling

Leaders: Richey, Krusche
Description: Land-water Coupling and Fluvial Transport in the Hydrologic and Carbon Cycles
Workshops:
May 10-16, 2006 time frame, March 2007

Scaling Carbon Fluxes

Leaders: Saleska, Rocha, A. Nobre, Shimabokuru
Description: Integrating eddy flux tower sites, remote sensing, and models to understand Amazonian carbon dynamics
Workshops: November 2006

 


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