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Carbon sequestration and nutrient cycling in agroforestry systems on degraded soils of Eastern Amazon, Brazil

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Co-benefits in biodiversity conservation and carbon stock during forest regeneration in a preserved tropical landscape

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Recognizing the connection between carbon stock and biodiversity has become more crucial in light of the requirements set by international agreements. Consequently, a vital and indispensable measure for guiding relevant global environmental initiatives is to empirically investigating the potential advantages of restoring degraded areas through forest regeneration. This approach aims to boost both aboveground carbon stock and biodiversity, moving them closer to their natural levels.

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Silvicultural opportunities for increasing carbon stock in restoration of Atlantic forests in Brazil

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The carbon sink of secondary and degraded humid tropical forests

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The Forest and Land use Declaration from the 26th Climate Change Conference of the Parties underscores the crucial role of tropical moist forests  as a nature-based solution to address climate and ecological emergencies. However, the Amazon, Borneo, and Central Africa forests experience ongoing forest cover losses due to various anthropogenic drivers. This has led to a mosaic of recovering forests at different stages post-disturbance, with limited understanding of their impact on forest carbon dynamics. 

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Developing a framework for sustainable development indicators for the mining and minerals industry

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Restoring tropical forests on lands mined for bauxite: Examples from the Brazilian Amazon

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