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Title: The Amazon Tall Tower Observatory (ATTO): overview of pilot measurements on ecosystem ecology, meteorology, trace gases, and aerosols.
Authors: ANDREAE, M. O.
ACEVEDO, O. C.
ARAUJO, A.
ARTAXO, P.
BARBOSA, C. G. G.
BARBOSA, H. M. J.
BRITO, J.
CARBONE, S.
CHI, X.
CINTRA, B. B. L.
SILVA, N. F. da
DIAS, N. L.
DIAS-JÚNIOR, C. Q.
DITAS, F.
DITZ, R.
GODOI, A. F. L.
GODOI, R. H. M.
HEIMANN, M.
HOFFMANN, T.
KESSELMEIER, J.
KÖNEMANN, T.
KRÜGER, M. L.
LAVRIC, J. V.
MANZI, A. O.
LOPES, A. P.
MARTINS, D. L.
MIKHAILOV, E. F.
MORAN-ZULOAGA, D.
NELSON, B. W.
NÖLSCHER, A. C.
NOGUEIRA, D. S.
PIEDADE, M. T. F.
PÖHLKER, C.
PÖSCHL, U.
QUESADA, C. A.
RIZZO, L. V.
RO, C.-U.
RUCKTESCHLER, N.
SÁ, L. D. A.
SÁ, M. de O.
SALES, C. B.
SANTOS, R. M. N. dos
SATURNO, J.
SCHÖNGART, J.
SÖRGEL, M.
SOUZA, C. M. de
SOUZA, R. A. F. de
SU, H.
TARGHETTA, N.
TÓTA, J.
TREBS, I.
TRUMBORE, S.
EIJCK, A. van
WALTER, D.
WANG, Z.
WEBER, B.
WILLIAMS, J.
WINDERLICH, J.
WITTMANN, F.
WOLFF, S.
YÁÑEZ-SERRANO, A. M.
Affiliation: M. O. Andreae, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry / University of California; O. C. Acevedo, UFSM; ALESSANDRO CARIOCA DE ARAUJO, CPATU; P. Artaxo, USP; C. G. G. Barbosa, UFPR; H. M. J. Barbosa, USP; J. Brito, USP; S. Carbone, USP; X. Chi, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; B. B. L. Cintra, INPA; N. F. da Silva, INPA; N. L. Dias, UFPR; C. Q. Dias-Júnior, IFPA/INPA; F. Ditas, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; R. Ditz, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; A. F. L. Godoi, UFPR; R. H. M. Godoi, UFPR; M. Heimann, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry; T. Hoffmann, Johannes Gutenberg University; J. Kesselmeier, INPA; T. Könemann, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; M. L. Krüger, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; J. V. Lavric, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry; A. O. Manzi, INPA; A. P. Lopes, INPA; D. L. Martins, INPA; E. F. Mikhailov, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry / St. Petersburg State University; D. Moran-Zuloaga, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; B. W. Nelson, INPA; A. C. Nölscher, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; D. Santos Nogueira, CENSIPAM / INPE; M. T. F. Piedade, INPA; C. Pöhlker, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; U. Pöschl, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; C. A. Quesada, INPA; L. V. Rizzo, USP; C.-U. Ro, Inha University; N. Ruckteschler, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; L. D. A. Sá, INPE; M. de Oliveira Sá, INPA; C. B. Sales, INPA / CESP/UEA; R. M. N. dos Santos, UEA; J. Saturno, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; J. Schöngart, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry / INPA; M. Sörgel, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; C. M. de Souza, INPA / UFAM; R. A. F. de Souza, UEA; H. Su, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; N. Targhetta, INPA; J. Tóta, UEA / UFOPA; I. Trebs, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry / ERIN; S. Trumbore, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry; A. van Eijck, Johannes Gutenberg University; D. Walter, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; Z. Wang, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; B. Weber, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; J. Williams, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; J. Winderlich, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry / Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry; F. Wittmann, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry; S. Wolff, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry / INPA; A. M. Yáñez-Serrano, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry / INPA.
Date Issued: 2015
Citation: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, v. 15, n. 18, p. 10723-10776, 2015.
Description: The Amazon Basin plays key roles in the carbon and water cycles, climate change, atmospheric chemistry, and biodiversity. It has already been changed significantly by human activities, and more pervasive change is expected to occur in the coming decades. It is therefore essential to establish long-term measurement sites that provide a baseline record of present-day climatic, biogeochemical, and atmospheric conditions and that will be operated over coming decades to monitor change in the Amazon region, as human perturbations increase in the future.
Thesagro: Clima.
NAL Thesaurus: Amazonia.
Keywords: Monitoramento.
Language: en
DOI: 10.5194/acp-15-10723-2015
Type of Material: Artigo de periódico
Access: openAccess
Appears in Collections:Artigo em periódico indexado (CPATU)

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