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Trees for carbon

  • November 27th, 2019

Trees, as part of their life cycle, are able to capture atmospheric CO2 and "store" it in structures such as wood, roots or leaves, or incorporate it into the soil. Therefore, when a forest disappears, not only it stops absorbing…

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Everything comes to an end… even DISPLAMAZ

  • August 27th, 2019

We are very pleased to announce that… we have successfully completed our sampling expeditions through the Peruvian Amazon rainforest! The DISPLAMAZ project started in 2017 and we worked in several areas along the Peruvian rainforest, accomplishing a 1200 km latitudinal…

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DISPLAMAZ project goes on…

  • June 28th, 2018

The DISPLAMAZ project walked its first steps during the last year 2017,, and it is now ready to continue with the data collection and all the adventures that come along this investigation project. The research team is leaded from Spain…

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DISPLAMAZ first steps

  • January 5th, 2018

The project DISPLAMAZ (Multiscale analysis of distribution and dominance patterns of woody plants in terra firme forests of northwestern Amazonia) have already walked its first steps. During this past year 2017, two expeditions have been accomplished in Peru, one in…

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Starting a new European research project

  • February 23rd, 2017

Luis Cayuela and Norma Salinas have met in Lima, together with other colleagues, in the context of the kick-off meeting of a new european research project entitled “Geographic variation in the impacts of land use changes on ecosystem stability” (ELAC2015/T01-0880).…

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