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“…The impacts of hydroelectric power plants on mammal communities were investigated by several other studies, and species loss is a common effect of reservoir filling (Cosson et al 1999, Fournier-Chambrillon et al 2000, Alho 2011, Andriolo et al 2013. Besides habitat (and area) loss, the increase of predation and competition intensity are possible as factors affecting small non-flying mammals diversity loss in this kind of environmental change (Lemos de Sá 1995, Alho 2011, Andriolo et al 2013, Passamani & Cerboncini 2013.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The impacts of hydroelectric power plants on mammal communities were investigated by several other studies, and species loss is a common effect of reservoir filling (Cosson et al 1999, Fournier-Chambrillon et al 2000, Alho 2011, Andriolo et al 2013. Besides habitat (and area) loss, the increase of predation and competition intensity are possible as factors affecting small non-flying mammals diversity loss in this kind of environmental change (Lemos de Sá 1995, Alho 2011, Andriolo et al 2013, Passamani & Cerboncini 2013.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This reduction was due to four main factors: the advancement of agricultural and urban frontiers, diseases introduced by domestic cattle, predatory hunting activities and, more recently, the construction of large hydroelectric power plants (Pinder, 1996;Duarte et al, 2012;Andriolo et al, 2013). In view of this situation, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List now lists the status of the marsh deer as Vulnerable (VU A4cde) (Duarte et al, 2016).…”
Section: Palavras-chavementioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the Peixe River, the geomorphological stability of the channel may represent a significant factor because a decrease in cutoffs would affect lakes and wetlands, which maintain an ecosystem with rich biodiversity (SMAESP, 2010). A decrease in cutoffs would also affect the habitats of species in the Peixe River with the highest risk of extinction, e.g., the largest deer in South America (Mauro et al, 1995;Pinder, 1996;SMAESP, 2010;Andriolo et al, 2013). On the other hand, the marked mobility of the channel can be exemplified by their effect on engineering works, such as the structure of the power transmission network that was affected by fluvial dynamics (Fig.…”
Section: Consequences Of Fluvial Adjustmentmentioning
confidence: 99%