Articles - chronological order

Articles in chronological order


HIGASHIKAWA, E. M.; BRASIL, M. M. O.; MAGNUSSON, W. E. 2019. A 30-year study of the effects of selective logging on a stem-less palm (Astrocaryum sociale) in a central-Amazon forest. Forest Ecology and Management 432(2019): 607-611.Disponível online


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The book "Ana amopö - Yanomami Mushrooms" is a finalist in the 59th edition of the Jabuti Prize in the Gastronomy category.

The book is the initiative of Yanomami indigenous researchers in conjunction with the Socio-environmental Institute and the collaboration of the INPA's Amazonian Mushroom Research Group, led by the CENBAM deputy coordinator Dr. Noemia Kazue Ishikawa. The final result will be announced on October 31st and the Jabuti 2017 ceremony will be on November 30th.

Salford University Field Ecology Course - 2019

A further edition of the Salford Tropical Field Course was held between 14 and 26 January 2019. The course, led by Professor Jean Philippe Boubli, is a partnership between the University of Salford, located in Manchester, England, the Vitoria Amazon Foundation (FVA) and the Center for Integrated Studies on Amazonian Biodiversity (CENBAM). Undergraduate students of the British university from three different courses (Wildlife Conservation with Zoo Biology, Wildlife and Practical Conservation and Zoology), counting this year with the presence of 21 students.


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