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Land-use and climate change risks in the Amazon and the need of a novel sustainable development paradigm
CA Nobre, G Sampaio, LS Borma, JC Castilla-Rubio, JS Silva, M Cardoso
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (39), 10759-10768, 2016
9142016
What drives the seasonality of photosynthesis across the Amazon basin? A cross-site analysis of eddy flux tower measurements from the Brasil flux network
N Restrepo-Coupe, HR da Rocha, LR Hutyra, AC da Araujo, LS Borma, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 182, 128-144, 2013
3402013
Patterns of water and heat flux across a biome gradient from tropical forest to savanna in Brazil
HR Da Rocha, AO Manzi, OM Cabral, SD Miller, ML Goulden, SR Saleska, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 114 (G1), 2009
3032009
‘Tipping points’ for the Amazon forest
CA Nobre, LDS Borma
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 1 (1), 28-36, 2009
2812009
Recent extremes of drought and flooding in Amazonia: vulnerabilities and human adaptation
JA Marengo, LS Borma, DA Rodríguez, P Pinho, WR Soares, LM Alves
Scientific Research Publishing, 2013
2022013
The droughts of 1996–1997 and 2004–2005 in Amazonia: hydrological response in the river main‐stem
J Tomasella, LS Borma, JA Marengo, DA Rodriguez, LA Cuartas, ...
Hydrological Processes 25 (8), 1228-1242, 2011
1332011
The two water worlds hypothesis: Addressing multiple working hypotheses and proposing a way forward
ZC Berry, J Evaristo, G Moore, M Poca, K Steppe, L Verrot, H Asbjornsen, ...
Ecohydrology 11 (3), e1843, 2018
1282018
Atmosphere and hydrological controls of the evapotranspiration over a floodplain forest in the Bananal Island region, Amazonia
LS Borma, HR Da Rocha, OM Cabral, C Von Randow, E Collicchio, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 114 (G1), 2009
1062009
Non-structural carbohydrates mediate seasonal water stress across Amazon forests
C Signori-Müller, RS Oliveira, FV Barros, JV Tavares, M Gilpin, FC Diniz, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 2310, 2021
862021
The droughts of 1997 and 2005 in Amazonia: floodplain hydrology and its potential ecological and human impacts
J Tomasella, PF Pinho, LS Borma, JA Marengo, CA Nobre, ...
Climatic change 116 (3), 723-746, 2013
852013
Hydraulic traits explain differential responses of Amazonian forests to the 2015 El Niño‐induced drought
FV Barros, PRL Bittencourt, M Brum, N Restrepo‐Coupe, L Pereira, ...
New Phytologist 223 (3), 1253-1266, 2019
812019
Toward accounting for ecoclimate teleconnections: intra-and inter-continental consequences of altered energy balance after vegetation change
SC Stark, DD Breshears, ES Garcia, DJ Law, DM Minor, SR Saleska, ...
Landscape Ecology 31, 181-194, 2016
642016
Acidification and release of heavy metals in dredged sediments
LDS Borma, M Ehrlich, MC Barbosa
Canadian Geotechnical Journal 40 (6), 1154-1163, 2003
592003
Drenagem ácida e gestão de resíduos sólidos de mineração
LS Borma, PSM Soares
CETEM/MCT, 2002
522002
Climate change in the Amazon Basin: Tipping points, changes in extremes, and impacts on natural and human systems
JA Marengo, CA Nobre, G Sampaio, LF Salazar, LS Borma
Tropical rainforest responses to climatic change, 259-283, 2011
472011
Surface ecophysiological behavior across vegetation and moisture gradients in tropical South America
IT Baker, AB Harper, HR da Rocha, AS Denning, AC Araújo, LS Borma, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 182, 177-188, 2013
402013
Critical transitions in the Amazon forest system
BM Flores, E Montoya, B Sakschewski, N Nascimento, A Staal, RA Betts, ...
Nature 626 (7999), 555-564, 2024
372024
Assessing the possible impacts of a 4 C or higher warming in Amazonia
G Sampaio, LS Borma, M Cardoso, LM Alves, C von Randow, ...
Climate change risks in Brazil, 201-218, 2019
342019
Secas na Amazônia: causas e consequências
LDS Borma, CA Nobre
Oficina de Textos, 2013
332013
Land disposal of river and lagoon dredged sediments
MSS Almeida, LS Borma, MC Barbosa
Engineering geology 60 (1-4), 21-30, 2001
292001
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