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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Acre - Resumo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2005
Type of Material: Resumo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Authors: SERRANO, R. O. P.
WADT, L. H. de O.
KAINER, K. A.
Additional Information: Rodrigo O. P. Serrano, Embrapa Acre; LUCIA HELENA DE OLIVEIRA WADT, CPAF-RO; Karen A. Kainer, University of Florida.
Title: Brazil nut population structure in thee sites in the Acre river valley, Brazil.
Publisher: In: WORKING FOREST IN THE TROPICS: policy and market impacts ou conservation and management, 2005, Gainesville, Florida. Abstract book and program. Gainesville: University of Florida, 2005.
Pages: p. 111.
Language: en
Keywords: Castanheira
Castanha-do-brasil
Vale do rio Acre
Seringal Filipinas
Seringal Cachoeira
Seringal São Francisco Figueiredo
Xapuri (AC)
Brasiléia (AC)
Acre
Amazônia Ocidental.
Description: In the Amazonian state of Acre, Brazil, Brazil nuts (Bertholletia excelsa H.B.K.) have been commercially collected for almost a century by traditional populations inhabiting the forests of the Acre River Valley. Brazil nut fruits fall to the ground in December through February when extractivists work almost exclusively in the collection and opening of these fruits to release the commercially valuable seeds or nuts. Based on income generated and labor utilized, this is the most important non-timber forest product activity in the state. Nonetheless, little is known about collection impacts on population structure. This study evaluated Brazil nut population structure in three traditional rubber tapper estates (sites) located in the municipalities of Xapuri and Brasiléia where the species occurs naturally: Filipinas, Cachoeira, and São Francisco Figueiredo.
Thesagro: Bertholletia Excelsa
População.
Data Created: 2006-03-16
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