Title: Quantifying and Scaling Land-Water Connections and River-Channel Biogeochemistry in Amazon River Networks

Principal Investigators: (Current and Past)
Linda Ann Deegan (US-PI) 
Reynaldo Luiz Victoria (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-31

1. KRUSCHE AVBMVRVRLea. (2005) Effects of land use changes in the biogeochemistry of fluvial systems of the Ji-Paraná river basin, Rondônia. Acta Amazonica, 35, 197-205. [Pub ID # 682 ]
2. 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 ]
3. Neill C, Piccolo MC, Cerri CC, Steudler PA, Melillo JM. (2006) Soil solution nitrogen losses during clearing of lowland Amazon forest for pasture. Plant and Soil, 281, 233-245. [Pub ID # 901 ]
4. Germer S, Neill C, Krusche AV, Gouveia SC, Elsenbeer H. (2007) Seasonal and within-event dynamics of rainfall and throughfall chemistry in an open tropical rainforest in Rondonia, Brazil. Biogeochemistry, 86, 155-174. [Pub ID # 898 ]
5. Chaves J, Neill C, Germer S, Neto SG, Krusche A, Elsenbeer H. (2008) Land management impacts on runoff sources in small Amazon watersheds. Hydrological Processes, 22, 1766-1775. [Pub ID # 900 ]
6. Zimmermann A, Germer S, Neill C, Krusche AV, Elsenbeer H. (2008) Spatio-temporal patterns of throughfall and solute deposition in an open tropical rain forest. Journal of Hydrology, 360, 87-102. [Pub ID # 962 ]
7. Chaves J, Neill C, Germer S, Neto SG, Krusche AV, Bonilla AC, Elsenbeer H. (2009) Nitrogen Transformations in Flowpaths Leading from Soils to Streams in Amazon Forest and Pasture. Ecosystems, 12, 961-972. [Pub ID # 938 ]
8. Germer S, Neill C, Vetter T, Chaves J, Krusche AV, Elsenbeer H. (2009) Implications of long-term land-use change for the hydrology and solute budgets of small catchments in Amazonia. Journal of Hydrology, 364, 349-363. [Pub ID # 899 ]
9. Tomasella J, Neill C, Figueiredo R, Nobre AD. Water and Chemical Budgets at the Catchment Scale Including Nutrient Exports From Intact Forests and Disturbed Landscapes, in Amazonia and Global Change, edited by Keller M, Bustamante M, Gash JHC and Silva-Dias P, 2009. [Pub ID # 939 ]
10. Germer S, Neill C, Krusche AV, Elsenbeer H. (2010) Influence of land-use change on near-surface hydrological processes: Undisturbed forest to pasture. Journal of Hydrology, 380, 473-480. [Pub ID # 937 ]

2. LBA-ECO Datasets for ND-31

There are no datasets available.

3. Matrix of Publications / Datasets for ND-31
  • NDE = No Datasets Expected with this publication.

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