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Change In The Amazon Basin Man S Impact On Forests And Rivers

Author : John Hemming
ISBN : 0719009677
Genre : Business & Economics
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Amazon Watershed

Author : George Monbiot
ISBN : UOM:39015022003456
Genre : Nature
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Amazon Basin

Author : United Nations Environment Programme
ISBN : STANFORD:36105121555994
Genre : Amazon Basin
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Interactions Between Biosphere Atmosphere And Human Land Use In The Amazon Basin

Author : Laszlo Nagy
ISBN : 9783662499023
Genre : Science
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This book offers a panorama of recent scientific achievements produced through the framework of the Large-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere programme (LBA) and other research programmes in the Brazilian Amazon. The content is highly interdisciplinary, with an overarching aim to contribute to the understanding of the dynamic biophysical and societal/socio-economic structure and functioning of Amazonia as a regional entity and its regional and global climatic teleconnections. The target readership includes advanced undergraduate and post-graduate students and researchers seeking to untangle the gamut of interactions that the Amazon’s complex biophysical and social system represent.

The Biogeochemistry Of The Amazon Basin

Author : Michael E. McClain
ISBN : 9780195354232
Genre : Science
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With a complex assemblage of largely intact ecosystems that support the earth's greatest diversity of life, the Amazon basin is a focal point of international scientific interest. And, as development and colonization schemes transform the landscape in increasing measure, scientists from around the world are directing attention to questions of regional and global significance. Some of these qustions are: What are the fluxes of greenhouse gases across the atmospheric interface of ecosystems? How mush carbon is stored in the biomass and soils of the basin? How are elements from the land transferred to the basin's surface waters? What is the sum of elements transferred from land to ocean, and what is its marine "fate"? This book of original chapters by experts in chemical and biological oceanography, tropical agronomy and biology, and the atmospheric sciences will address these and other important questions, with the aim of synthesizing the current knowledge of biochemical processes operating within and between the various ecosystems in the Amazon basin.

Amazon Peacock Bass Fishing

Author : Larry Larsen
ISBN : 0936513535
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The Amazon Watershed is massive. If you think you know everything there is to know about fishing in the Amazon, then this book will prove you wrong! Over the cours of 52 trips to South America, Larry Larsen has released 1,650 peacock weighing over 10 pounds. In this book, Larsen shares the best methods for the top locations in the Amazon. Here s what you ll learn: .The Amazon s best destinations, outfitters and operations .Newly developed techniques .Top patterns from over 20 instructive figures .Tricks for making lures more productive .Strategies and tactics of the most successful anglers"

The Amazon

Author : H. Sioli
ISBN : 9789400965423
Genre : Science
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The Amazon -that name was given to the biggest river on earth and is often used for the whole area of its basin too. This geographical region is currently referred to as Amazonia, thus emphasizing the peculiar character of its aquatic and terrestrial reaches. The Amazon embodied the dream of many a naturalist to explore what for a long time was a terra incognita. In recent years, however, Amazonia has emerged as a main centre for 'development' by some of the countries in which it lies and by foreign industrialized nations. The development projects and enterprises have aroused woridwide interest and have given rise to discussions on their aims and their consequences to the Amazonian nature. Limnological and ecological investigations in Amazonia started only about 40 years ago. The editor had the good fortune to partake in them from the very beginning. He spent his decisive years in Amazonia, and dedicated his life's work to that research and to that country and the Amazonian people. Nearing the end of his scicntific activities, hc is gratcful to bc ablc to summarizc in this book most of the knowledge we possess at present of Amazonian limnology and landscape ecology.

The Amazon

Author : Roger Harris
ISBN : 1841621730
Genre : Travel
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This new edition has been completely revised with updated information on hotels, lodges and tour operators. It contains a detailed and illustrated natural history section on native species and habitats. The Amazon is an ideal location for eco-travellers, naturalists, sports enthusiasts and explorers. Travellers are given sound advice on responsible travel and planning their own expedition.

Amazon Expeditions

Author : Paul A. Colinvaux
ISBN : 030011544X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A gripping tale of exploration, the pursuit of ice-age records, scientific invention and controversy, and revelations about the great Amazon forest

Exploration Of The Valley Of The Amazon

Author : William Lewis Herndon
ISBN : BSB:BSB10253972
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