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by Wagner, Fabien H and Hérault, Bruno and Bonal, Damien and Stahl, Clément and Anderson, Liana O and Baker, Timothy R and Becker, Gabriel Sebastian and Beeckman, Hans and Boanerges Souza, Danilo and Botosso, Paulo Cesar and Bowman, David M.J.S and Bräuning, Achim and Brede, Benjamin and Brown, Foster Irving and Camarero, Jesus Julio and Camargo, Plínio Barbosa and Cardoso, Fernanda C.G and Carvalho, Fabrício Alvim and Castro, Wendeson and Chagas, Rubens Koloski and Chave, Jérome and Chidumayo, Emmanuel N and Clark, Deborah A and Costa, Flavia Regina Capellotto and Couralet, Camille and Silva Mauricio, Da, Paulo Henrique and Dalitz, Helmut and Castro, De, Vinicius Resende and Freitas Milani, De, Jaçanan Eloisa and Oliveira, De, Edilson Consuelo and Souza Arruda, De, Luciano and Devineau, Jean-Louis and w, David M and Dünisch, Oliver and Durigan, Giselda and Elifuraha, Elisha and Fedele, Marcio and Ferreira Fedele, Ligia and Figueiredo Filho, Afonso and Finger, César Augusto Guimarães and Franco, Augusto César and Freitas Júnior, João Lima and Galvão, Franklin and Gebrekirstos, Aster and Gliniars, Robert and Lima De Alencastro Graça, Paulo Maurício and Griffiths, Anthony D and Grogan, James and Guan, Kaiyu and Homeier, Jürgen and Kanieski, Maria Raquel and Kho, Lip Khoon and Koenig, Jennifer and Kohler, Sintia Valerio and Krepkowski, Julia and Lemos-filho, José Pires and Lieberman, Diana and Lieberman, Milton Eugene and Lisi, Claudio Sergio and Longhi Santos, Tomaz and López Ayala, José Luis and Maeda, Eduardo Eijji and Malhi, Yadvinder and Maria, Vivian R.B and Marques, Marcia C.M and Marques, Renato and Maza Chamba, Hector and Mbwambo, Lawrence and Melgaço, Karina Liana Lisboa and Mendivelso, Hooz Angela and Murphy, Brett P and O'Brien, Joseph J and Oberbauer, Steven F and Okada, Naoki and Pélissier, Raphaël and Prior, Lynda D and Roig, Fidel Alejano and Ross, Michael and Rossatto, Davi Roigo and Rossi, Vivien and Rowland, Lucy and Rutishauser, Ervan and Santana, Hellen and Schulze, Mark and Selhorst, Diogo and Silva, Williamar Roigues and Silveira, Marcos and Spannl, Susanne and Swaine, Michael D and Toledo, José Julio and Toledo, Marcos Miranda and Toledo, Marisol and Toma, Takeshi and Tomazello Filho, Mario and Valdez Hernández, Juan Ignacio and Verbesselt, Jan and Vieira, Simone Aparecida and Vincent, Grégoire and Volkmer De Castilho, Carolina and Volland, Franziska and ... and National Institute for Space Research – INPE, São José dos Campos (Brazil). Remote Sensing Div
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SOLUTIONS (2013 to 2018) is a European Union Seventh Framework Programme Project (EU-FP7). The project aims to deliver a conceptual framework to support the... 
Effect-based tools | Environmental risk assessment | Water policy | Exposure and risk modelling | Water Framework Directive | Mixture toxicology | Waste Management and Disposal | Pollution | Environmental Engineering | Medicine(all) | Environmental Chemistry | COMPLEX-MIXTURES | COMMUNITY TOLERANCE PICT | STRESS-RESPONSE | EFFECT-DIRECTED ANALYSIS | CHEMICAL FOOTPRINT | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ORGANIC MICROPOLLUTANTS | TREATMENT PLANTS | WASTE-WATER | ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION | RISK-ASSESSMENT | Hazardous Substances - analysis | Conservation of Natural Resources - methods | Environmental Monitoring | Environmental Policy | Water Pollution, Chemical - prevention & control | Water Pollution, Chemical - statistics & numerical data | Risk Assessment | European Union | Ecosystem | Water Pollutants, Chemical - analysis | Water Resources - statistics & numerical data | Case studies | Water | Water pollution | Aquatic resources | Management | Pollutants | Index Medicus | Environmental Sciences | Naturvetenskap | Natural Sciences | Earth and Related Environmental Sciences | Geovetenskap och miljövetenskap | effect-directed analysis | treatment plants | community tolerance pict | environmental contamination | organic micropollutants | waste-water | complex-mixtures | stress-response | risk-assessment | chemical footprint
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Understanding forest loss patterns in Amazonia, the Earth's largest rainforest region, is critical for effective forest conservation and management. Following... 
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Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 2015, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 6857 - 9
While Amazonian forests are extraordinarily diverse, the abundance of trees is skewed strongly towards relatively few ‘hyperdominant’ species. In addition to... 
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Landscape Ecology, ISSN 0921-2973, 1/2016, Volume 31, Issue 1, pp. 181 - 194
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