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Forsberg, Bruce R. NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Israel (J9U) Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France National Library of Israel German National Library

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Rider Forsberg, Bruce Sudoc [ABES], France

VIAF ID: 1955148451597215970000 (Personal)

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Combining ALOS/PALSAR derived vegetation structure and inundation patterns to characterize major vegetation types in the Mamirauá Sustainable Development Reserve, Central Amazon floodplain, Brazil Wikidata
Crescimento populacional e análise isotópica de Diaphanosoma spinolosum e Ceriodaphnia cornuta (Crustacea: Cladocera), alimentadas com diferentes frações de seston natural Wikidata
Development and erosion in the Brazilian Amazon: A geochronological case study Wikidata
Diel patterns of temperature, conductivity and dissolved oxygen in an Amazon floodplain lake: description of a friagem phenomenon Wikidata
Effects of anthropogenic silt on aquatic macroinvertebrates and abiotic variables in streams in the Brazilian Amazon Wikidata
Factors controlling Hg levels in two predatory fish species in the Negro river basin, Brazilian Amazon Wikidata
Interactions between biosphere, atmosphere and human land use in the Amazon Basin, [2016]: Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
Mercury bioaccumulation in fish of commercial importance from different trophic categories in an Amazon floodplain lake Wikidata
Methane release below a tropical hydroelectric dam Wikidata
Modeling large-scale inundation of Amazonian seasonally flooded wetlands Wikidata
The potential impact of new Andean dams on Amazon fluvial ecosystems Wikidata
Reservoir stratification affects methylmercury levels in river water, plankton, and fish downstream from Balbina hydroelectric dam, Amazonas, Brazil. Wikidata
Tectonic fault control of wetland distributions in the Central Amazon revealed by JERS-1 radar imagery Wikidata

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