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|Title:||Occurrence and growth of Handroanthus spp. in the Amazon region in the states of Mato Grosso and Acre, to assist in developing standards for forest management and in assessing extinction risk.|
|Authors:||BRAZ, E. M.|
MATTOS, P. P. de
OLIVEIRA, M. V. N. d'
OLIVEIRA, M. F.
GARRASTAZU, M. C.
|Affiliation:||EVALDO MUNOZ BRAZ, CNPF; ALINE CANETTI; PATRICIA POVOA DE MATTOS, CNPF; MARCUS VINICIO NEVES D OLIVEIRA, CPAF-AC; FABIO THAINES, TECMAN ENGENHARIA, SINOP, MT; MARIANA FERRAZ OLIVEIRA, UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO PARANÁ; MARILICE CORDEIRO GARRASTAZU, CNPF.|
|Citation:||Colombo: Embrapa Florestas, 2022.|
|Description:||Foreword It is always gratifying to be able to help advance research on native tree species and provide results to the community. Research on the occurrence of wood-producing species from native forests is strategically important for Brazil, in terms of the environment as well as the economy, and motivated the Embrapa Forestry team and its collaborators to conduct this research on Handroanthus spp. in two Brazilian states. The area where species in this genus occur is presented along with considerations about populations, growth, and structure, carrying capacity and stock managed native forests, as well as other analyses. Results from analyses of production under different forest management conditions are also presented. This data is essential not only for environmental organizations but also for the productive sector, academia, research and government institutions, and technicians that are directly or indirectly involved with management of native forests. This project is in line with Sustainable Development Goals 6, 8, 12, 15, and 17, since it addresses increased productivity and maintaining forest cover through managing native forests, involving systems that help boost efficient use of these natural resources and also promoting ecosystem conservation and biodiversity preservation. This text is the result of collaboration between different institutions and actors that work toward sustainable management of wood species in the Amazon Forest. We hope that the data provided here will fill in the gaps on this topic, with a new focus on procedures for analyzing native tree species.|
Risco de extinção
Objetivo de desenvolvimento sustentável
|Series/Report no.:||(Embrapa Florestas. Documentos, 375).|
|Notes:||Selo ODS 6, 8, 12, 15 e 17.|
|Type of Material:||Livros|
|Appears in Collections:||Série Documentos (CNPF)|
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