Title: Carbon and Nutrient Stocks and Regrowth in Reduced Impact and Conventionally Logged Forests and Settlements in NW Mato Grosso, Brazil

Principal Investigators: (Current and Past)
Eduardo Guimar„es Couto (SA-PI) 
Erick C.M. Fernandes (US-PI) 
Johannes Lehmann (US-PI) 
Carlos Alberto Moraes Passos (SA-PI)


Please review the following pages summarizing the relationship between your team's publications and datasets.

  1. This list of publications attributed to your investigation is based on publications in the peer-reviewed primary scientific literature that you reported via annual reports and proposals, and are a product of your LBA-ECO investigation. If you have additional peer-reviewed publications not listed here, that are a product of your LBA-ECO research, please send the reference to lbaeco_pubs@mail.lbaeco.org.
  2. This list of datasets is based on metadata provided by your team using the LBA Metadata Editor (LME). If you need any assistance creating metadata for datasets not yet described, please contact Merilyn Gentry (mgentry2@utk.edu).
  3. The matrix shows your reported publications (on column headings referenced by letter) and datasets (on row labels referenced by number). Linkage between publications and datasets was performed by your team with the help of the LBA-ECO Project Office staff. All publications should have datasets; not all datasets necessarily are associated with publications yet. Any publications without datasets are shaded in gray. Please attend to these soon. Contact Merilyn Gentry (mgentry2@utk.edu) if you need assistance.
  4. Publications highlighted in yellow are special issues.

1. LBA-ECO Publications for ND-11

1. Feldpausch TR, Rondon MA, Fernandes ECM, Riha SJ, Wandelli E. (2004) Carbon and nutrient accumulation in secondary forests regenerating on pastures in central Amazonia. Ecological Applications, 14, 164-176. [Pub ID # 456 ]
2. Renck A, Lehmann J. (2004) Rapid water flow and transport of inorganic and organic nitrogen in a highly aggregated tropical soil. Soil Science, 169, 330-341. [Pub ID # 522 ]
3. Feldpausch TR, Jirka S, Passos CAM, Jasper F, Riha SJ. (2005) When big trees fall: Damage and carbon export by reduced impact logging in southern Amazonia. Forest Ecology and Management, 219, 199-215. [Pub ID # 687 ]
4. Johnson MS, Lehmann J, Steenhuis TS, de Oliveira LV, Fernandes ECM. (2005) Spatial and temporal variability of soil water repellency of Amazonian pastures. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 43, 319-326. [Pub ID # 741 ]
5. Schwendener CM, Lehmann J, de Camargo PB, Luizao RCC, Fernandes ECM. (2005) Nitrogen transfer between high- and low-quality leaves on a nutrient-poor Oxisol determined by N-15 enrichment. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 37, 787-794. [Pub ID # 543 ]
6. *Zarin DJ, Davidson EA, Brondizio E, Vieira ICG, Sa T, Feldpausch T, Schuur EA, Mesquita R, Moran E, Delamonica P, Ducey MJ, Hurtt GC, Salimon C, Denich M. (2005) Legacy of fire slows carbon accumulation in Amazonian forest regrowth. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 3, 365-369. [Pub ID # 742 ]
7. dos Santos UM, Goncalves JFD, Feldpausch TR. (2006) Growth, leaf nutrient concentration and photosynthetic nutrient use efficiency in tropical tree species planted in degraded areas in central Amazonia. Forest Ecology and Management, 226, 299-309. [Pub ID # 740 ]
8. Feldpausch TR, McDonald AJ, Passos CAM, Lehmann J, Riha SJ. (2006) Biomass, harvestable area, and forest structure estimated from commercial timber inventories and remotely sensed imagery in southern Amazonia. Forest Ecology and Management, 233, 121-132. [Pub ID # 736 ]
9. Gandini E. Natural regeneration in gaps within an open Umbriferous forest in the southern region of Amazonia, under a reduced impact logging management regime., Thesis, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso, 2006 [Pub ID # 834 ]
10. Jirka S. Plant-enviornment associations and forest structure in the southern Amazon basin, Thesis, Cornell University, 2006 [Pub ID # 833 ]
11. Johnson MS, Lehmann J. (2006) Double-funneling of trees: Stemflow and root-induced preferential flow. Ecoscience, 13, 324-333. [Pub ID # 737 ]
12. Johnson MS, Lehmann J, Couto EG, Novaes JP, Riha SJ. (2006) DOC and DIC in flowpaths of Amazonian headwater catchments with hydrologically contrasting soils. Biogeochemistry, 81, 45-57. [Pub ID # 738 ]
13. Johnson MS, Lehmann J, Selva EC, Abdo M, Riha S, Couto EG. (2006) Organic carbon fluxes within and streamwater exports from headwater catchments in the southern Amazon. Hydrological Processes, 20, 2599-2614. [Pub ID # 704 ]
14. Kuczak CN, Fernandes ECM, Lehmann J, Rondon MA, Luizao FJ. (2006) Inorganic and organic phosphorus pools in earthworm casts (Glossoscolecidae) and a Brazilian rainforest Oxisol. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 38, 553-560. [Pub ID # 739 ]
15. Neill C, Elsenbeer H, Krusche AV, Lehmann J, Markewitz D, Figueiredo RD. (2006) Hydrological and biogeochemical processes in a changing Amazon: results from small watershed studies and the large-scale biosphere-atmosphere experiment. Hydrological Processes, 20, 2467-2476. [Pub ID # 696 ]
16. Feldpausch TR, Prates-Clark CD, Fernandes ECM, Riha SJ. (2007) Secondary forest growth deviation from chronosequence predictions in central Amazonia. Global Change Biology, 13, 967-979. [Pub ID # 734 ]
17. Jirka S, McDonald AJ, Johnson MS, Feldpausch TR, Couto EG, Riha SJ. (2007) Relationships between soil hydrology and forest structure and composition in the southern Brazilian Amazon. Journal of Vegetation Science, 18, 183-194. [Pub ID # 735 ]
18. Novaes Filho JP, Couto EG, de Oliveira VA, Johnson MS, Lehmann J, Riha J. (2007) Spatial variability of soil physical attributes used in soil classification of microbasins in southern Amazonia. Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo, 31, 91-100. [Pub ID # 785 ]
19. Novaes Filho JP, Selva EC, Couto EG, Lehmann J, Johnson MS, Riha SJ. (2007) Spatial distribution of soil carbon under primary forest cover in southern Amazonia. Revista Arvore, 31, 83-92. [Pub ID # 786 ]
20. Palace M, Keller M, Asner GP, Silva JNM, Passos C. (2007) Necromass in undisturbed and logged forests in the Brazilian Amazon. Forest Ecology and Management, 238, 309-318. [Pub ID # 727 ]
21. Selva EC, Couto EG, Johnson MS, Lehmann J. (2007) Litterfall production and fluvial export in headwater catchments of the southern Amazon. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 23, 329-335. [Pub ID # 745 ]
22. Feldpausch TR. Selective logging in Amazonia: forest structure, damage and biogeochemical changes, Thesis, Cornell University, 2008 [Pub ID # 832 ]
23. *Johnson MS, Lehmann J, Riha SJ, Krusche AV, Richey JE, Ometto JPHB, Couto EG. (2008) CO2 efflux from Amazonian headwater streams represents a significant fate for deep soil respiration. Geophysical Research Letters, 35. [Pub ID # 940 ]
24. Feldpausch, Ted R., Eduardo G. Couto, Luiz Carlos Rodrigues, Daniela Pauletto, Mark S. Johnson, Timothy J. Fahey, Johannes Lehmann, and Susan J. Riha (2010) Nitrogen aboveground turnover and soil stocks to 8m depth in primary and selectively logged forest in southern Amazonia. Global Change Biology, . [Pub ID # 916 ]

2. LBA-ECO Datasets for ND-11


1. LBA-ECO ND-11 Ecotone Vegetation Survey and Biomass, NW Mato Grosso, Brazil: 2004
2. LBA-ECO ND-11 Forest Damage Following Reduced Impact Logging, NW Mato Grosso, Brazil
3. LBA-ECO ND-11 Forest Soil Structure and Nitrate, NW Mato Grosso, Brazil: 2004-2005
4. LBA-ECO ND-11 Litter Decomposition, Carbon, and Nitrogen Dynamics in Agroforestry
5. LBA-ECO ND-11 Organic Carbon Watershed Exports, Mato Grosso, Brazil: 2003-2004
6. LBA-ECO ND-11 Pre-harvest Forest Tree and Liana Biomass, NW Mato Grosso, Brazil: 2003
7. LBA-ECO ND-11 Regeneration in Undisturbed and Logged Forests, NW Mato Grosso, Brazil
8. LBA-ECO ND-11 Soil Properties of Forested Headwater Catchments, Mato Grosso, Brazil
9. LBA-ECO ND-11 Soil Water Pressure and Flow Measurements under Tree Crops
10. LBA-ECO ND-11 Stream Carbon and Nutrients, Mato Grosso, Brazil: 2003-2006

3. Matrix of Publications / Datasets for ND-11
  • NDE = No Datasets Expected with this publication.

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