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Gloor, M. and Phillips, Oliver L. and Lloyd, J. and Lewis, Simon L. and Malhi, Y. and Baker, T.R. de and Lopez Gonzalez, G. and Peacock, J. and Almeida, S. and Alves de Oliveira, Atila Cristina and Alvarez, E. and Amaral, Ieda and Arroyo, L. and Aymard, Gerardo and Banki, Olaf and Blanc, Lilian and Bonal, Damien and Brando, Paulo and Chao, K.J. and Chave, Jerome and Dávila Cardozo, Nallaret and Erwin, T. and Silva, J. and Di Fiore, A. and Feldpausch, Ted R. and Freitas, A. and Herrera, R. and Higuchi, Niro and Honorio, E. and Jimenez Rojas, Eliana Maria and Killen, T. and Laurence, W. and Mendoza, Casimiro and Monteagudo, A. and Andrade, Ana and Neill, D.A. and Nepstad, David and Nuñez Vargas, P. and Peñuela, M.C. and Peña Cruz, A. and Prieto, A. and Pitman, N. and Quesada, C.A. and Salomao, R. and Silveira, Marcos and Schwarz, M. and Stopp, J. and Ramírez, Fredy and Ramirez Angulo, H. and Rudas, A. and Ter Steege, Hans and Silva, N. and Torres, A. and Terborgh, J. and Vasquez, R. and Van der Heijden, Geertje (2009). Does the disturbance hypothesis explain the biomass increase in basin-wide Amazon forest plot data?. "Global Change Biology", v. 15 (n. 10); pp. 2418-2430. ISSN 1354-1013. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.01891.x.

Quesada, C.A. and Lloyd, J. and Schwarz, M. and Baker, T.R. de and Phillips, Oliver L. and Patiño, S. and Czimczik, Claudia I. and Hodnett, M.G. and Herrera, R. and Arneth, A. and Lloyd, G. and Malhi, Y. and Dezzeo, N. and Luizão, F.J. and Santos, A.J.B. and Schmerler, J. and Arroyo, L. and Silveira, Marcos and Priante Filho, N. and Jimenez Rojas, Eliana Maria and Paiva, R. and Vieira, I. and Neill, D.A. and Silva, N. and Peñuela, M.C. and Monteagudo, A. and Vasquez, R. and Prieto, A. and Rudas, A. and Almeida, S. and Higuchi, Niro and Lezama, A.T. and Lopez Gonzalez, G. and Peacock, J. and Fyllas, Nikolaos M. and Alvarez Davila, Esteban and Erwin, T. and Di Fiore, A. and Chao, K.J. and Honorio, E. and Killen, T. and Peña Cruz, A. and Pitman, N. and Nuñez Vargas, P. and Salomao, R. and Terborgh, J. and Ramirez Angulo, H. (2009). Regional and large-scale patterns in Amazon forest structure and function are mediated by variations in soil physical and chemical properties. "Biogeosciences Discussions", v. 6 (n. 2); pp. 3993-4057. ISSN 1810-6277. https://doi.org/10.5194/bgd-6-3993-2009.

Patiño, S. and Lloyd, J. and Baker, T.R. de and Quesada, C.A. and Paiva, R. and Mercado, L.M. and Schmerler, S. and Schwarz, M. and Santos, A.J.B. and Aguilar, A. and Czimczik, Claudia I. and Gallo, J. and Horna, V. and Hoyos, E.J. and Jimenez Rojas, Eliana Maria and Palomino, W. and Peacock, J. and Peña Cruz, A. and Sarmiento, Carlos and Sota, A. and Turriago, J.D. and Villanueva, B. and Vitzthum, P. and Alvarez, E. and Arroyo, L. and Baraloto, C. and Bonal, Damien and Chave, Jerome and Costa, A.C.L. and Herrera, R. and Higuchi, Niro and Killen, T. and Leal, L. and Luizão, F.J. and Meir, Patrick and Monteagudo, A. and Neill, D.A. and Nuñez Vargas, P. and Peñuela, M.C. and Pitman, N. and Priante Filho, N. and Prieto, A. and Panfil, S.N. and Rudas, A. and Salomao, R. and Silva, Javier and Silveira, Marcos and Soares de Almeida, S. and Torres Lezama, Armando and Vasquez, R. and Vieira, I. and Malhi, Y. and Phillips, Oliver L. (2009). Branch xylem density variations across the Amazon Basin. "Biogeosciences", v. 6 (n. 4); pp. 545-568. ISSN 1726-4170. https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-6-545-2009.

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