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Towards greater knowledge of the Brazilian semi-arid biodiversity
|Statement||Luciano Paganucci de Queiroz, Alessandro Rapini, Ana Maria Giulietti (editors).|
|Contributions||Queiroz, Luciano Paganucci de., Rapini, Alessandro., Giulietti, Ana Maria., Programa de Pesquisa em Biodiversidade (Brazil), Brazil. Ministério da Ciência e Tecnologia.|
|LC Classifications||QH77.B7 T69 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||142 p. :|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||2009342537|
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Towards Greater Knowledge of the Brazilian Semi-arid Biodiversity Luciano José de O. Accioly1 Maria de Fátima Agra2 Cândida Maria Lima Aguiar3 Marccus Alves4 Maria Regina Vasconcelos Barbosa2. Towards Greater.
Knowledge of the Brazilian Semi-arid Biodiversity. Luciano Paganucci de Queiroz Alessandro Rapini Ana Maria Giulietti (Editors). Braslia, Brazil, march Presidente da Repblica Luis Incio Lula da Silva Ministro da Cincia e Tecnologia Srgio Rezende Secretrio-Executivo Luis Manuel Rebelo Fernandes Secretrio de Poltica e Programas de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento Luiz Antnio.
Biodiversity (PPBio - Semi-Arid), to National Council of In Towards Greater Knowledge of the Brazilian Semi-arid. This paradigm has recently changed with the publication of a book chapter. ³ "Towards Greater Knowledge of the Brazilian Semi-Arid Biodiversity", by Ana Maria Giulietti, Raymond Mervin Harley, Luciano Paganucci de Queiroz & Alessandro Rapini.
(Oscar Ribeiro of Bromeliário Imperialis | FCBS). Giulietti AM, Harley R, Queiroz LP, Rapini A () Top set the scene. In: Queiroz LP, Rapiini A, Giulietti AM (eds) Towards greater knowledge of the Brazilian Semi-arid Biodiversity.
Brasília: Min Ciênc Tecn. 11–15 Google ScholarAuthor: Fernando Dini Andreote, Michele de Cássia Pereira e Silva, Vania Maciel Melo, Luiz Roesch. With their modest rainfall, arid regions are characterized by relatively fewer species than the better-watered biomes.
But this makes it all the more important that the biodiversity that is present in arid environments be given even higher priority; for each species lost from an arid region, the percentage of loss for the region's biodiversity is much higher than in more species-rich by: Brazil holds a substantial part of the world's biodiversity and of tropical forests that play a significant role for regional and global climate stability.
If underfunding is maintained, the dismantling of the Brazilian PPBio will have consequences that go beyond biodiversity knowledge itself but affect society as a by: Ruth Richardson (Canada) is the Executive Director of the Global Alliance for the Future of Food, a unique coalition of foundations committed to leveraging their resources to help shift food and agriculture systems towards greater sustainability, security, and the core of the Global Alliance is a shared belief in the urgency of advancing sustainable global agriculture and food.
In: Queiroz LP, Rapini A, Giulietti NA (eds) Towards greater knowledge of the Brazilian semi-arid biodiversity. Ministério Ciênica e Tecnologia (MCT), Brasilia, pp 15–19 Google Scholar Hallmann J, QuadtHallmann A, Mahaffee WF, Kloepper JW () Bacterial endophytes in agricultural by: 4.
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(Oscar Ribeiro of Bromeliário Imperialis | FCBS). Plant Biodiversity in the Semi-arid Zone of Tunisia. Kiyokazu KAWADA*1), 2), Kohei S UZUKI2), Hideki S UGANUMA3), Abderrazak S MAOUI4) and Hiroko ISODA1), 2). Abstract: Plant biodiversity which is a base for supporting ecosystems brings not only contribution to our life as resource materials, but also various ecosystem services such as environmental adjustment functions.
The present study documents dynamics and patterns of knowledge about the use of native plants in a rural community, according to the age and gender of its members, in a semi-arid region of Paraíba State, northeastern Brazil. Socioeconomic factors and ethnobotanical data were registered from household heads through semi-structured interviews.
Promoting Best Practices for Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity of Global Significance in Arid and Semi-arid Zones Project Summary The project will identify and diseminate best practices for conserving and sustainably using biodiversity of global significance in the arid & semi-arid ecosystems of 15 countries worldwide.
The flora of diatoms from Brazil has been studied by several authors from the Such collections are very important for taxonomic studies which are the base to the knowledge of the biodiversity and, consequently, to the knowledge of tropical aquatic systems.
Towards greater knowledge of the Brazilian semi-arid biodiversity book greater knowledge of the Brazilian Semi-arid Biodiversity.
Cited by: 3. The Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation’s performance regarding adding value to biodiversity was guided by the objective of increasing the scientific knowledge about Brazilian ecosystems and associated biodiversity, supporting technological development and innovation to add value to goods and services from this natural : Maria Clotilde Ribeiro.
Dynamics of traditional knowledge of medicinal plants in a rural community in the Brazilian semi-arid region. Flávia dos Santos Silva I; Marcelo A. Ramos I; Natalia Hanazaki II; Ulysses P. de Albuquerque I, *. I Departamento de Biologia, Área de Botânica, Laboratório de Etnobotânica Aplicada, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Rua Dom Manoel de Medeiros s/n, Dois Irmãos, Several Brazilian initiatives have focused on how to ‘enter the matrix’ and deserve greater attention from the international community and, more specifically, the business world.
(CRIA), develops and transfers technologies for strengthening the knowledge and valuation of the biodiversity of the Atlantic Forest, through the investment of. Hunting for wild animals is stimulated by the many different human uses of faunal resources, and these animals constitute important subsistence items in local communities in the Caatinga region.
In order to gain access to these resources, hunters have developed a series of techniques and strategies that are described in the present work. The principal hunting techniques encountered were Cited by: Humans in various cultures have feared snakes, provoking an aversion and persecution that hinders conservation efforts for these reptiles.
Such fact suggests that conservation strategies for snakes should consider the interactions and perceptions of the local population towards these animals.
The aim of this study was to investigate students' perception of snakes and if attitudes and knowledge Cited by: Results: Semi-arid Mediterranean grasslands harbour appreciable levels of plant biodiversity.
Grazing did not affect plant diversity, indicating the high resilience against and adaptation to grazing; however,grazing affected species composition and cover parameters. The current study highlights some knowledge on the diversity and structure of in-sect communities and trophic groups living in Sabkha Djendli (semi-arid area of Northeastern Algeria).
The entomofauna was monthly sampled from March to November using pitfall. Students’ attitudes toward and knowledge about snakes in the semiarid region of Northeastern Brazil Rômulo RN Alves, 1 Vanessa N Silva, 1 Dilma MBM Trovão, 1 José V Oliveira, 1 José S Mourão, 1 Thelma LP Dias, 1 Ângelo GC Alves, 2 Reinaldo FP Lucena, 3 Raynner RD Barboza, 4 Paulo FGP Montenegro, 4 Washington LS Vieira, 4 and Cited by: T he alleged overgrazing in the Sahel, for wastes; and the risk of greater aridity and soil mois exam ple, is m ainly a consequence of natural ture deficits towards the end of the projection climate variability, i.e.
low rainfall in some years, period in some areas of sub-Saharan Africa and and poor stock m anagem ent rather than over South Cited by: In the North East of Brazil there is a large semi-arid region of square kilometres.
Much of this region is severely degraded due to large-scale deforestation, ploughing and goat herding beyond the carrying capacity of the land.
Rain in this region is erratic, often coming in downpours followed by long dry periods even in the rainy season. Showing results for: Issues Food is a nodal point for multiple interconnected issues and concerns.
The categories below highlight a few of the most critical, including food security and nutrition, water, governance and policy, and health issues. de Queiroz LP, Rapini A, Giulietti AM. Towards Greater Knowledge of the Brazilian Semi-arid Biodiversity.
Brasilia: Ministério da Ciência e Tecnologia; 8. Lima SMQ, Ramos TPA, da Silva MJ, de Souza Rosa R. Diversity, Distribution, and Conservation of the Caatinga Fishes: Advances and Challenges.
In: Silva JMCd, Leal IR, Tabarelli M Cited by: 1. Definitions of biodiversity. In the early s, several researchers were interviewed by David Takacs, who, among other outputs, compiled a series of definitions of the term "biodiversity" these definitions it is possible to identify at least two major currents: the one that focuses on species diversity and one that considers biological processes, in one form or another, as part of.
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Roads now penetrate even the most remote parts of much of the world, but the majority of research on the effects of roads on biota has been in less remote temperate environments. The impacts of roads in semi-arid and arid areas may differ from these results in a number of ways.
Here, we review the research on the impacts of roads on biodiversity patterns and ecological and evolutionary Cited by: 1. The threat posed by desertification and land degradation has drawn global attention in recent decades as projections of the world’s population show that there will be an enormous demand for food.
Global distribution of plant genetic resources. In general, the highest number of species of vascular plants is found in the humid tropics and subtropics .The species number strongly declines from the tropics and subtropics towards the temperate and polar zone north and south of the equator, indicating that hotspots of biodiversity are mainly associated with warm and humid tropical Cited by: 3.
Strategic Plan for Biodiversity Key Elements; Aichi Biodiversity Targets; Implementation; United Nations Decade on Biodiversity ; Post Global Biodiversity Framework; Mechanisms for Implementation. National Biodiversity Strategies & Action Plans; National Reports. The General Assembly, Recalling its resolution 64/ of 24 Decemberin which it decided to organize the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development at the highest possible level inas well as its resolution 66/ of 22 December1.
Expresses its profound gratitude to the Government and the people of Brazil for. Strengthening SLM frameworks to combat land degradation processes in the semi-arid region of Sergipe State in the NE of Brazil. Biodiversity and Conservation, 19(9): Schroth, G.
et al., "Towards a climate change adaptation strategy for coffee communities and ecosystems in the Sierra Madre de Chiapas, Mexico." Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 14(7): Book chapters. The contributors showcase vital lessons learned from research, field projects and best-practice examples.
They address the integrated use of rainwater harvesting management with landscape restoration practices and water- and climate-smart agriculture for food security and.
The Amazon rainforest, alternatively, the Amazon Jungle, also known in English as Amazonia, is a moist broadleaf tropical rainforest in the Amazon biome that covers most of the Amazon basin of South America. This basin encompasses 7, km 2 (2, sq mi), of which 5, km 2 (2, sq mi) are covered by the rainforest.
This region includes territory belonging to nine nations. Methane from ruminant and rice e is a principal GHG driving climate change. Its warming potential is about 20 times more powerful than carbon dioxide. 1 Global methane emissions amount at present to about million tonnes p.a., increasing at an annual rate of million tonnes.
Rice production currently contributes about 11 percent of global methane emissions. CADERNOS FGV PROJETOS / AGRIBUSINESS IN BRAZIL 22 23 FIGURE 5 BRAZIL: DYNAMISM OF THE MAIN GRAIN-PRODUCING STATES (FOR HARVESTS FROM THROUGH ) FIGURE 6 BRAZILIAN AGRIBUSINESS EXPORTS TO A GROUP OF COUNTRIES () SOURCE: CONAB () DRAFTED BY: FIESP/DEAGRO SOURCE:.
Erosion of beta diversity under interacting global change impacts in a semi-arid grassland Anu Eskelinen1,2* and Susan Harrison1 1Department of Environmental Science and Policy University of California Davis, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CAUSA; and 2Department of Biology University of Oulu, P.O.
BoxOulu FI, Finland Summary 1. Human impacts are often thought of as Cited by:. The Brazilian Basin has also a large area lying at a depth greater than fathoms and culminates in the Romanche Deep close to the Equatorial Ridge in o° rr' S., 18° 15' W. 0 pieces of bone, stone, shell, &c., were worn as ornaments in the lip (Latin, labrum) or cheek by Eskimo, Tlinkit, Nahuatlas and tribes on the Brazilian coast.The book is priced at USD and all royalties will be going towards wildlife conservation projects in India.
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