+ Site Statistics
References:
52,654,530
Abstracts:
29,560,856
PMIDs:
28,072,755
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn

+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Studies on the ecology of amazon caatinga forest in southern venezuela part 1 general features



Studies on the ecology of amazon caatinga forest in southern venezuela part 1 general features



Acta Cientifica Venezolana 28(4): 270-276



On the basis of literature available for Amazon caatinga and related edaphic climax vegetation around the complete Guiana Shield [South America], the status, habitat requirements extent and floristic composition of the Amazon caatinga ecosystem in which certain species are reviewed of the legume genus Eperua are dominant [Eperua venosa, E. jenmanii, E. falcata, E. schomburgkiana, E. glabra, E. grandiflora, E. rubiginosa and E. bijuga]. Despite restricted knowledge of the ecology of this ecosystem on humic tropaquods, research in this ecosystem should follow 2 lines: study of nutrient cycles and the water-regime through which the nutrients are carried; and the influence of man on these ecosystems.

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 006515714

Download citation: RISBibTeXText



Related references

Studies on the ecology of Amazon caatinga forest in southern Venezuela. 1. General features. Acta Cientifica Venezolana 28(4): 270-276, 1977

Studies on the ecology of amazon caatinga forest in southern venezuela part 2 biomass dominance of selected tree species in the amazon caatinga near san carlos de rio negro. Acta Cientifica Venezolana 29(4): 258-262, 1978

Studies on the ecology of Amazon caatinga forest in southern Venezuela. 2. Biomass dominance of selected tree species in the Amazon caatinga near San Carlos de Rio Negro. Acta cientifica venezolana9(4): 258-262, 1978

Biomass studies in amazon caatinga forest in southern venezuela part 1 standing crop of composite root mass in selected stands. Tropical Ecology 19(1): 93-110, 1978

Biomass studies in Amazon caatinga forest in southern Venezuela. 1. Standing crop of composite root mass in selected stands. Tropical Ecology 19(1): 93-110, 1978

Phytomass structure of natural plant communities on spodosols in southern venezuela the tall amazon caatinga forest. Vegetatio 53(2): 65-84, 1983

The Amazon caatinga near San Carlos de Rio Negro, S. Venezuela: relative light intensity in the stand. Forstarchiv 48(8): 148-154, 1977

Studies on vegetation of the amazon campinas brazil part 5 bryo ecology of an amazon campina. Acta Amazonica 6(2): 171-192, 1976

The Amazon Caatinga near San Carlos de Rio Negro, South Venezuela: relative light intensity in the stands. Forstarchiv 48 (8) 148-154, 1977

Contribution to the knowledge of the ecology of the Rio Negro Caatinga (Amazon). Bull. Res. Coun. Israel. 8D: 3/4, 195-208, 1960

Nutrient retention mechanisms in tropical forests: the Amazon Caatinga, San Carlos pilot project, Venezuela. Ecology in practice, Part 1: Ecosystem management: 85-97, 1984

Feeding ecology of Alouatta belzebul in flood-plain forest of Southern Amazon. American Journal of Primatology 54(Supplement 1): 96, 2001

Amazon forest management for wood production: an assessment of limitations and potentials based on field studies at San Carlos de Rio Negro, Venezuela. Socio economic effects and constraints in tropical forest management edited by EG Hallsworth: 157, 1982

Caatinga revisited: ecology and conservation of an important seasonal dry forest. Thescientificworldjournal 2012: 205182-205182, 2013

Amazonian caatinga and related communities at La Esmeralda, Venezuela: Forest structure, physiognomy and floristics, and control by soil factors. Vegetatio 122(2): 167-191, 1996