PROGRAMME - 11/12

09:00

am

Key-note presentation

(Brasília time) – (UTC/GMT -3 hours)

 

  • Dra. Ima Célia Guimarães Vieira - Museu Paraense Emílio Goeld

10:00am to 12:00pm

 

 

Presentations in three parallel rooms

1st. Room

Integrating long-term studies across Latin America: sustainable use of natural resources

Coordinator: Jean Paul Metzger (University of São Paulo)

 

   Presenters (4): 15 minutes each followed by Q&A session

  1. Cláudia Pereira de Deus - Universidade Federal do Amazonas - UFAM / Faculdade de Ciências Agrárias / Departamento de Ciências Pesqueiras - Manaus - Amazonas

  2. Marcelo Tabarelli - Site LTER PNCA - Anthropogenic disturbances and the sustainability of the Caatinga - The future of tropical dry forests: Lessons from the LTER Catimbau

  3. Paula I Campanello - CEAI, Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia, Chubut, Argentina - Ecophysiological studies and phenological monitoring in subtropical and temperate ecosystems of Argentina

  4. Manuel Maass - Universidad Autonoma de Mexico - The Chamela Mex-LTER site: 40 years of tropical dry deciduous forest research

2nd. Room

Integrating long-term studies across Latin America: Biological conservation

Coordinator: Aurora Glaxiola (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile)

 

   Presenters (4): 15 minutes each followed by Q&A session

  1. Valério De Patta Pillar - Site LTER CSUL - "Long-term grazing management experiments for grassland conservation in southern Brazil"

  2. Joice Nunes Ferreira - Site LTER RAS - Assessing the resilience of biodiversity and ecological functioning of anthropized forests in eastern Amazonia PELD-RAS)

  3. Juan Armesto - Chile - Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

  4. Luis Daniel Llambi - Venezuela

3rd. Room

Integrating long-term studies across Latin America: Ecological interactions

Coordinator: Thomas Lewinsohn (University of Campinas)

 

   Presenters (4): 15 minutes each followed by Q&A session

  1. Fausto Nomura - Sítio PELD PNE - 10 years of research in Emas National Park: results, challenges and perspective

  2. Rosana Tidon - Site LTER AGCV – Silent invasions over two decades: small flies that can cause big impacts

  3. Cecilia Smith - Chile - 21 years of records of floral visitors, including native and invasive exotic bumblebees, in southern Chile

  4. Marcelo Aizen - Univ. Comahue, Bariloche, Argentina - Differential vulnerability of South American agriculture to pollinator decline