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|Research center of Embrapa/Collection:||Embrapa Agrossilvipastoril - Resumo em anais de congresso (ALICE)|
|Type of Material:||Resumo em anais de congresso (ALICE)|
|Authors:||VIEIRA, D. L. M.|
SAMPAIO, A. B.
SKORUPA, L. A.
ARCO-VERDE, M. F.
CAMPELLO, E. F. C.
MORAES, L. F. D. de
PERES, M. K.
ROCHA, F. S.
OGATA, R. S.
OLIVEIRA, M. C. de
SOUZA, R. B. de
TURAZI, C. M. V.
RIBEIRO, J. F.
|Additional Information:||DANIEL LUIS MASCIA VIEIRA, Cenargen; ALEXANDRE BONESSO SAMPAIO; LADISLAU ARAUJO SKORUPA, CNPMA; MARCELO FRANCIA ARCO VERDE, CNPF; EDUARDO FRANCIA CARNEIRO CAMPELLO, CNPAB; LUIZ FERNANDO DUARTE DE MORAES, CNPAB; MARCELO KUHLMANN PERES; FERNANDO SOUZA ROCHA, CPAC; ROBERTO SHOJIROU OGATA; MARIA CRISTINA DE OLIVEIRA; GISELDA DURIGAN; INGO ISERNHAGEN, CPAMT; RONESSA BARTOLOMEU DE SOUZA, DTT; CAROLINE MACHADO VASCONCELOS TURAZI, DTT; JOSE FELIPE RIBEIRO, CPAC.|
|Title:||Woody species and strategies for restoration in the Cerrado biome.|
|Publisher:||In: WORLD CONFERENCE ON ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION, 7.; CONGRESO IBEROAMERICANO Y DEL CARIBE DE RESTAURACIÓN ECOLÓGICA, 5.; CONFERÊNCIA BRASILEIRA DE RESTAURAÇÃO ECOLÓGICA, 1., 2017, Foz do Iguassu Linking science and practice for a better world: book of abstracts. Londrina: Sociedade Brasileira de Restauração Ecológica, 2017. p. 396. T19-P06.|
|Description:||The success of native vegetation reclamation depends upon the knowledge about the species and planting strategies/models bestsuited for the area to be recovered. This work suggests more than 200 native species with their physiognomies of occurrence for theCerrado biome, associated to its ecological strategy of occupation (covering or diversity) and main categories of potential economicutilization for using in eight planting strategies/models. It aims to guide technicians and owners of rural areas on the choice of speciesand appropriate strategies for woody (forest and savannah) vegetation recovery of Cerrado biome. Strategies for restorationwith woody native vegetation vary from passive actions, as natural regeneration, to high intervention actions, such as those inAgroforestry Systems. Areas with greatest potential for natural regeneration have presence of regenerating seedlings, greater coverof native vegetation nearby and low presence of exotic and local competitors and it requires less labor and costs while areas withlow potential for natural regeneration demand intense intervention and more expensive technics. All restoration action has risksand must be monitored and managed according to the expected results. These actions will indicate if your strategy was adequateand well conducted. Actions should start in small areas to support new decisions if something fails. To attend the law of Protectionof Native Vegetation, these strategies can be applied in Brazil for Legal reserve (ARL) and Permanent Preservation (APP) areas.|
|NAL Thesaurus:||Woody plants.|
|Appears in Collections:||Resumo em anais de congresso (CPAMT)|
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