Artigos publicados em periódicos científicos

 

2017

  1. SIMIONI, P.F. ; EISENLOHR, P.V. ; PESSOA, M.J.G. ; SILVA, I.V. Elucidating adaptive strategies from leaf anatomy: do amazonian savannas present xeromorphic characteristics? Flora (Jena) (Impact Factor = 1.590).

  2. MOTA, T.J.R.C. ; CARVALHO, F.A. ; IVANAUSKAS, N.M. ; EISENLOHR, P.V. On the relevance of floristic and quantitative studies to the restoration of degraded areas: the case of the Atlantic Forest hotspot. AIMS Environmental Science.

  3. CUPERTINO-EISENLOHR, M. A. ; VINICIUS-SILVA, R. ; MEIRELLES, L. D. ; EISENLOHR, P.V.; MEIRA NETO, J. A. A. ; SANTOS-GONCALVES, A. P. . Stability or breakdown under climate change? A key group of woody bamboos will find suitable areas in its richness center. Biodiversity and Conservation (Impact Factor = 2.258).

2016

  1. MACIEL, E.A.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T.; EISENLOHR, P.V. Prioritizing rare tree species of the Cerrado-Amazon ecotone: warnings and insights emerging from a comprehensive transitional zone of South America. Natureza & Conservação (Impact Factor = 1.000).

  2. MACANEIRO, J.P.; OLIVEIRA, L.Z.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; SCHORN, L.A. Paradox Between Species Diversity and Conservation: A Subtropical Atlantic Forest Reserve in Brazil Has Similar Tree Species Diversity to Unprotected Sites in the Same Region. Tropical Conservation Science (Impact Factor = 1.194).

  3. MORANDI, P.S.; MARIMON, B.S.; EISENLOHR, P.V. ; MARIMON-JUNIOR, B.H.; OLIVEIRA-SANTOS, C.; FELDPAUSCH, T.R.; OLIVEIRA, E.A.; REIS, S.M.; LLOYD, J.; PHILLIPS, O.L. Patterns of tree species composition at watershed-scale in the Amazon-arc of deforestation? Implications for conservation. Environmental Conservation (Impact Factor = 2.235).

  4. MEWS, H.A.; PINTO, J.R.R.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; LENZA, E. No Evidence of Intrinsic Spatial Processes Driving Neotropical Savanna Vegetation on Different Substrates. Biotropica (Impact Factor = 2.084).

  5. ARRUDA, D.M.; EISENLOHR, P.V. Analyzing the edge effects in a Brazilian seasonally dry tropical forest. Brazilian Journal of Biology  (Impact Factor = 0.783).

  6. SARMENTO, C.D.; FRANCA, M.G.C.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T. Studies Related to Organic Carbon Stock in the Brazilian Cerrado: What have we Learned So Far? Annual Research & Review in Biology.

  7. GASPER, A. L.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; SALINO, A. Improving collection efforts to avoid loss of biodiversity: lessons from comprehensive sampling of lycophytes and ferns in the subtropical Atlantic Forest. Acta Botanica Brasilica(Impact Factor = 0.545).

  8. MACANEIRO, J. P.; OLIVEIRA, L.; SEUBERT, R. C.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; SCHORN, L. More than environmental control at local scales: do spatial processes play an important role in floristic variation in subtropical forests?. Acta Botanica Brasilica(Impact Factor = 0.545).

  9. MACIEL, E.A.; EISENLOHR, P.V. On the collective analysis of species: how can Red Lists and lists of regional priorities be combined to assist in decision-making? A reply to Lõhmus (2015). Biodiversity and Conservation (Impact Factor = 2.365).

 

2015

1. EISENLOHR, P.V.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T. Revisiting Patterns of Tree Species Composition and their Driving Forces in the Atlantic Forests of Southeastern Brazil. Biotropica (Impact Factor = 1.944). Clique aqui para acessar.

2. SAITER, F. Z. ; EISENLOHR, P.V.; FRANCA, G. S. ; THOMAS, W. W. ; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A. T. Floristic units and their predictors unveiled in part of the Atlantic Forest hotspot: implications for conservation planning. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências (Impact Factor = 0.717). Clique aqui para acessar.

3. BUNGER, M. ; STEHMANN, J. R. ; EISENLOHR, P.V. Resolving Species Delimitations in the Eugenia involucrata Group (Eugenia sect. Phyllocalyx - Myrtaceae) with Morphometric Analysis. Systematic Botany (Impact Factor = 1.098). Clique aqui para acessar.

4. EISENLOHR, P.V.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T. ; PRADO, J. The Brazilian Atlantic Forest: new findings, challenges and prospects in a shrinking hotspot. Biodiversity and Conservation (Impact Factor = 2.258), v. 24, p. 2129-2133, 2015. Clique aqui para acessar.

5. RODRIGUES, P.M.S.; SILVA, J.O.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; SCHAEFER, C.E.G.R. Climate change effects on the geographic distribution of specialist trees of the Brazilian tropical dry forests. Brazilian Journal of Biology (Impact Factor = 0.559). Clique aqui para acessar.

6. REZENDE, V.L. ; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A. T. ; EISENLOHR, P.V. ; KAMINO, L.Y. ; VIBRANS, A. C. . Restricted geographic distribution of tree species calls for urgent conservation efforts in the Subtropical Atlantic Forest. Biodiversity and Conservation (Impact Factor = 2.258). Clique aqui para acessar.

7. SANTOS, L. M. ; LENZA, EDDIE ; SANTOS, J. O. ; MARIMON, B. S. ; EISENLOHR, P.V. ; MARIMON-JÚNIOR, B.H. ; FELDPAUSCH, T. R. Diversity, floristic composition, and structure of the woody vegetation of the Cerrado in the Cerrado-Amazon transition zone in Mato Grosso, Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Botany (Impact Factor = 0.734). Clique aqui para acessar.

8. MARIMON, B. S. ; COLLI, G. R. ; MARIMON-JÚNIOR, B.H. ; MEWS, HENRIQUE A.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; FELDPAUSCH, T. R. ; PHILLIPS, O. Ecology of floodplain campo de murundus savanna in southern Amazonia. International Journal of Plant Sciences (Impact Factor = 1.536). Clique aqui para acessar.

9. REZENDE, V.L. ; MIRANDA, P. L. S. ; MEYER, L. ; MOREIRA, C. V. ; LINHARES, M. F. M. ; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A. T. ; EISENLOHR, P.V. Tree species composition and richness along altitudinal gradients as a tool for conservation decisions: the case of Atlantic Semideciduous Forest. Biodiversity and Conservation (Impact Factor = 2.258). Clique aqui para acessar.

10. SLIK, J. W. F. ARROYO-RODRIGUEZ, V. AIBA, S. ALVAREZ-LOAYZA, P. ALVES, L. F. ASHTON, P. BALVANERA, P. BASTIAN, M. L. BELLINGHAM, P. J. VAN DEN BERG, E. BERNACCI, L. BISPO, P. C. BLANC, L. BOHNING-GAESE, K. BOECKX, P. BONGERS, F. BOYLE, B. BRADFORD, M. BREARLEY, F. Q. HOCKEMBA, M. B. BUNYAVEJCHEWIN, S. MATOS, D. C. L. CASTILLO-SANTIAGO, M. CATHARINO, E. L. CHAI, S. , CHEN, Y. COLWELL, R. K. ROBIN, C. CLARK, C. CLARK, D. B. CLARK, D. A. CULMSEE, H. DAMAS, K. DATTARAJA, H. S. DAUBY, G. DAVIDAR, P. DEWALT, S. J. DOUCET, J. DUQUE, A. DURIGAN, G. EICHHORN, K. A. O.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; ELER, E. EWANGO, C. FARWIG, N. FEELEY, K. J. FERREIRA, L. V. FIELD, R. OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A. T. FLETCHER, C. et al. An estimate of the number of tropical tree species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (Impact Factor = 9.423). Clique aqui para acessar.

11. MOREIRA, S.N.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; POTT, A.; POTT; V.J.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO. A.T. Similar vegetation structure in protected and non-protected wetlands in Central Brazil: conservation significance. Environmental Conservation (Impact Factor = 2.235). Clique aqui para acessar.

12. REZENDE, V.L.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; VIBRANS, A.C.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T. Humidity, low temperature extremes, and space influence floristic variation across an insightful gradient in the Subtropical Atlantic Forest. Plant Ecology (Impact Factor = 1.490). Clique aqui para acessar.

13. GASPER, A.L.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; SALINO, A. Climate-related variables and geographic distance affect fern species composition across a vegetation gradient in a shrinking hotspot. Plant Ecology & Diversity (Impact Factor = 2.349). Clique aqui para acessar.

14. OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T.; BUDKE, J.C.; JARENKOW, J.A.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; NEVES, D.R.M. Delving into the variations in tree species composition and richness across South American subtropical Atlantic and Pampean forests. Journal of Plant Ecology (Impact Factor = 1.769). Clique aqui para acessar.

15. SAITER, F.Z. ; EISENLOHR, P.V. ; BARBOSA, M.R.V. ; THOMAS, W.W. ; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T. From evergreen to deciduous tropical forests: how energy-water balance, temperature, and space influence the tree species composition in a high diversity region. Plant Ecology & Diversity (Impact Factor = 2.349), 2015. Clique aqui para acessar.

16. PEREIRA, J.A.A.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; MIRANDA, P.L.S.; LEMOS-FILHO, J.P. Human impacts affect tree community features of 20 forest fragments of a vanishing Neotropical hotspot. Environmental Management (Impact Factor = 1.857). Clique aqui para acessar.

 

2014

1. EISENLOHR, P.V.; TAVARES, J.R.; OLIVEIRA, S.L.; SANTOS, A.O.; VALADAO, M.B.X.; BILCE, J.M.; ROBERTO, R.L.; CASTRO, H.B.; ZARATIM, E.C.P.; LIMA, S.L.; SANTOS, A.J.; SILVA, A.P.G.; LIMA, L.B.; MELO-SANTOS, K.S.; FIGUEIREDO, J.D.S.; SANTOS, L.M.; PEREIRA, F.C.; OLIVEIRA, J.C.A.; MIGUEL, T.B.; SERPA, A.O.; KREUTZ, C.; REIS, S.M.A. Thinking better about high-quality science: A look at some ethical flaws and productivity evaluation. Brazilian Journal of Biology (Impact Factor = 0.559).

2. REZENDE, V.L.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; GASPER, A.L.; VIBRANS, A.C.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T. Towards a better understanding of the Subtropical Atlantic Forest: tree sampling accuracy, rarity and species richness in the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil. Acta Botanica Brasilica (Impact Factor = 0.545). Clique aqui para acessar.

3. EISENLOHR, P.V. . Persisting challenges in multiple models: a note on commonly unnoticed issues regarding collinearity and spatial structure of ecological data. Brazilian Journal of Botany (Impact Factor = 0.734). Clique aqui para acessar.

4. MOSER, P.; OLIVEIRA, W.L.; MEDEIROS, M.B.; PINTO, J.R.R.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; LIMA, I.L.P.; SILVA, G.P.; SIMON, M.F. Tree species distribution along environmental gradients in an area affected by a hydroelectric dam in Southern Amazonia. Biotropica (Impact Factor = 1.944). Clique aqui para acessar.

5. MEWS, H.A.; PINTO, J.R.R; EISENLOHR, P.V.; LENZA, E. Does size matter? Conservation implications of differing woody population sizes with equivalent occurrence and diversity of species for threatened savanna habitats. Biodiversity and Conservation (Impact Factor = 2.258). Clique aqui para acessar.

6. EISENLOHR, P.V.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T. Tree species composition in areas of Atlantic Forest in southeastern Brazil is consistent with a new system for classifying the vegetation of South America. Acta Botanica Brasilica (Impact Factor = 0.545). Clique aqui para acessar.

 

2013

1. EISENLOHR, P.V.; ALVES, L.F.; BERNACCI, L.C.; PADGURSCHI, M.C.G. et al. Disturbances,  elevation,  topography  and  spatial proximity  drive vegetation patterns along an altitudinal gradient of a top biodiversity hotspot.  Biodiversity and Conservation (Impact Factor = 2.258). Clique aqui para acessar.

2. EISENLOHR, P.V.; MEYER, L.; MIRANDA, P.L.S.; REZENDE, V.L.; SARMENTO, C.D.; MOTA, T.J.R.C.; GARCIA, L.C.; MELO, M.M.R.F. Trilhas e seu papel ecológico: o que temos aprendido e quais as perspectivas para a restauração de ecossistemas? Hoehnea (São Paulo). Clique aqui para acessar.

3. CUPERTINO, M.A.; EISENLOHR,P.V. Análise florística comparativa da arborização urbana nos campi universitários do Brasil. Bioscience Journal (UFU. Impresso) (Impact Factor = 0.218). Clique aqui para acessar.

4. EISENLOHR, P.V. Challenges in data analysis: pitfalls and suggestions for a statistical routine in vegetation ecology. Brazilian Journal of Botany (Impact Factor = 0.734). Clique aqui para acessar.

5. SANCHEZ, M. ; PEDRONI, F.; EISENLOHR, P.V.; OLIVEIRA-FILHO, A.T. Changes in tree community composition and structure of Atlantic rain forest on a slope of the Serra do Mar range, Southeastern Brazil, from near sea level to 1000 m of altitude. Flora (Jena) (Impact Factor = 1.590). Clique aqui para acessar.

 

Anos anteriores

  • SANTOS, R.M. et al. Identity and relationships of the Arboreal Caatinga among other floristic units of seasonally dry tropical forests (SDTFs) of north-eastern and Central Brazil. Ecology and Evolution, 2012 (Impact Factor = 2.537). Clique aqui para acessar.

  • JOLY, C.A. et al. Florística e fitossociologia em parcelas permanentes da Mata Atlântica do sudeste do Brasil ao longo de um gradiente altitudinal. Biota Neotropica (Edição em Português. Online), 2012. (Impact Factor = 0.555). Clique aqui para acessar. 

  • ASSIS, M.A. et al. Florestas de restinga e de terras baixas na planície costeira do sudeste do Brasil: vegetação e heterogeneidade ambiental. Biota Neotropica (Edição em Português. Online), 2011. (Impact Factor = 0.555). Clique aqui para acessar.

  • NÓBREGA, G.A. et al. A composição florística e a diversidade de pteridófitas diferem entre a Floresta de Restinga e a Floresta Ombrófila Densa das Terras Baixas do Núcleo Picinguaba/PESM, Ubatuba/SP?. Biota Neotropica (Edição em Português. Online), 2011. (Impact Factor = 0.555)Clique aqui para acessar.

  • EISENLOHR, P.V. et al. Floristic variations in a tree community along a trail in a Semideciduous Seasonal Forest,Viçosa, Minas Gerais State, Brazil. Hoehnea (São Paulo), 2011. Clique aqui para acessar.

  • HIRATA, J.K.R. et al. Padrões Florísticos do Componente Arbóreo sob Interferência de Trilhas num Trecho de Mata em São Paulo, SP, Brasil. Hoehnea (São Paulo), 2010. Clique aqui para acessar.

  • SANTOS, A.C.L. et al. Trilhas podem influenciar a composição florística e a diversidade de epífitas na Floresta Atlântica? Hoehnea (São Paulo), 2010. Clique aqui para acessar.

  • EISENLOHR, P.V. et al. Trilhas afetam comunidades arbóreas florestais? Dois levantamentos na Floresta Atlântica do sudeste brasileiro. Hoehnea (São Paulo), 2009. Clique aqui para acessar.

  • LIMA, M.M. et al. Conhecimento da população de Viçosa, MG, sobre as formas de transmissão da AIDS. Ciência & Saúde Coletiva (Impact Factor = 0.669), 2008. Clique aqui para acessar.

  • EISENLOHR, P.V. et al. Flora Fanerogâmica do Campus da Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Viçosa, Minas Gerais. Revista Ceres, 2008. Clique aqui para acessar.

 

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