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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Amazônia Oriental - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2011
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: SIMINSKI, A.
FANTINI, A. C.
GURIES, R. P.
RUSCHEL, A. R.
REIS, M. S. dos
Additional Information: ALEXANDRE SIMINSKI, UFSC; ALFREDO CELSO FANTINI, UFSC; RAYMOND PAUL GURIES, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON; ADEMIR ROBERTO RUSCHEL, CPATU; MAURICIO SEDREZ DOS REIS, UFSC.
Title: Secondary forest succession in the Mata Atlantica, Brazil: floristic and phytosociological trends.
Publisher: ISRN Ecology, v. 2011, p. 1-19, 2011.
Language: en
Notes: Article ID 759893.
Keywords: Mata atlântica
Brasil
Sucessão florestal.
Description: This study aimed at understanding the dynamics of ecological processes and the use of secondary forests in Santa Catarina state (Brazil). The data base for these studies was formed through forest inventories carried out in the three forest types of the state. The results of this study demonstrate that the patterns of diversity are very similar among the three forest types; however, the species compositions among the types are quite different. A total of 343 woody species belonging to 73 families were found in the 24,000 m2 sampling area, revealing the potential role of secondary forest in the conservation of biodiversity at the landscape scale. As expected, a small set of pioneer species dominates young secondary forests with shade-tolerant species becoming structurally important after 30 years. The patterns of forest structure and species diversity observed in study largely conform to the postagricultural secondary succession observed for many tropical forests.
Thesagro: Floresta Secundaria.
Data Created: 2011-11-22
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