2012
DOI: 10.4136/ambi-agua.739
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Ictiofauna de igarapes de pequenas bacias de drenagem em área agrícola do Nordeste Paraense, Amazonia Oriental

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“…According to Espírito-Santo et al (2009), fish assemblages and the physical characteristics of small streams vary in the dry and rainy seasons. As the water level reaches or overtops the banks, new food resources become available to fishes (Corrêa et al 2012). Trophic relationships in fish communities are affected by the availability of resources (Ximenes et al 2011;Ferreira et al 2014).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…According to Espírito-Santo et al (2009), fish assemblages and the physical characteristics of small streams vary in the dry and rainy seasons. As the water level reaches or overtops the banks, new food resources become available to fishes (Corrêa et al 2012). Trophic relationships in fish communities are affected by the availability of resources (Ximenes et al 2011;Ferreira et al 2014).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These streams are also subject to frequent, rapid flood pulses (Carvalho et al 2013). Heavy rains in drainage basins are one factor leading to environmental changes in streams (Corrêa et al 2012). According to Espírito-Santo et al (2009), fish assemblages and the physical characteristics of small streams vary in the dry and rainy seasons.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, these streams and their riparian areas are important parts of the carbon cycle in the Amazon Basin, as small streams can evade substantial quantities of CO 2 , especially when compared to fluxes measured for major Amazonian rivers, and thereby serve as an important carbon loss process by rainforests even beyond farming activities [23,24]. Moreover, riparian forests have been shown to benefit aquatic habitat, including for stream fish diversity [25] and for overall water quality for residents, who use water from springs and small streams for household and domestic uses or who may use rudimentary cesspits in the absence of sanitary sewers as this vegetation can capture these materials before they enter stream water [15].…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Fish community studies in the eastern Amazonia have shown that agricultural catchments dominated by small farmer can also support reasonable stream fish diversity. After nine monthly collections, a study identified forty-three fish species in three streams of such agricultural catchments (Corrêa et al, 2012). Later, a more exhaustive collection effort in seven streams of the same agriculture region registered seventy-three species distributed in six orders, twenty six families and sixty three genera ( Figure 5) (Brejão, 2011).…”
Section: Slash-and-burnmentioning
confidence: 99%