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“…The fact that tree species diversity in Dense Cerrado was higher than the others demonstrates, in sum, that Dense Cerrado is an intermediate situation of species composition and possibly a temporal stage between Cerradão and Typical Cerrado. This state can reveal evidence of shifts between forest and savanna (forest advances into Cerrado) over the last millennium as previously recorded by Ab'Saber (1977, 2002 and recently investigated by the TROBIT Project (Saez, Lloyd, Marimon Junior et al, unpublished data) in the same area of this study.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 85%
“…The fact that tree species diversity in Dense Cerrado was higher than the others demonstrates, in sum, that Dense Cerrado is an intermediate situation of species composition and possibly a temporal stage between Cerradão and Typical Cerrado. This state can reveal evidence of shifts between forest and savanna (forest advances into Cerrado) over the last millennium as previously recorded by Ab'Saber (1977, 2002 and recently investigated by the TROBIT Project (Saez, Lloyd, Marimon Junior et al, unpublished data) in the same area of this study.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 85%
“…In this new scenario of environmental change, public health policy measures are insufficient for understanding and addressing the effects of climate change on the adequate control of malaria vectors (WHO, 2014). Figure 1 outlines the relationships among environmental change, anthropogenic activities, and the dynamics of malaria transmission in the Amazon ecosystem, a region where 99.8% of the malaria cases in Brazil occur and where there is an average annual temperature of 26.5°C and relative humidity of 88% (Ab'Saber, 2002;Silva et al, 2013).…”
Section: Amazon Biome and Malariamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…While fewer researchers are based in the northern region, the vast Amazon basin (Ab'Saber, 2002) attracts scientists from other regions, and around the world. This does not mean, however, that these other regions of the country have been surveyed adequately, given the vast size of the country and the complexity of its hydrographic network.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%