Carlos Ernesto Gonçalves Reynaud Schaefer spends much of his time researching Soil water, Ecology, Vegetation, Weathering and Pedogenesis. His Soil water research includes elements of Environmental chemistry and Charcoal. His research integrates issues of Organic matter and Residue in his study of Environmental chemistry.
His Vegetation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Edaphic and Biome. His research investigates the connection with Weathering and areas like Clay minerals which intersect with concerns in Jarosite, Extraction, Ultisol, Hematite and Maghemite. His studies deal with areas such as Latosol, Oxisol, Gibbsite, Cryoturbation and Soil horizon as well as Pedogenesis.
Carlos Ernesto Gonçalves Reynaud Schaefer mainly investigates Soil water, Ecology, Mineralogy, Vegetation and Geochemistry. His Soil water research incorporates themes from Environmental chemistry, Organic matter and Hydrology. Species richness, Nutrient, Soil fertility, Soil organic matter and Soil classification are subfields of Ecology in which his conducts study.
His Mineralogy research incorporates elements of Latosol and Oxisol. Carlos Ernesto Gonçalves Reynaud Schaefer focuses mostly in the field of Vegetation, narrowing it down to topics relating to Physical geography and, in certain cases, Bay. As part of the same scientific family, Carlos Ernesto Gonçalves Reynaud Schaefer usually focuses on Geochemistry, concentrating on Pedogenesis and intersecting with Soil horizon and Cryoturbation.
Soil water, Ecology, Permafrost, Geochemistry and Vegetation are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental chemistry, Organic matter, Guano and Weathering in addition to Soil water. The various areas that Carlos Ernesto Gonçalves Reynaud Schaefer examines in his Weathering study include Pedogenesis and Cryoturbation.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Ecology, Microorganism are connected with Taxon, Arctic, Phylum and Igneous rock and other disciplines. His research investigates the link between Geochemistry and topics such as Plateau that cross with problems in Mineral composition, Ultramafic rock, Vertisol, Entisol and Oxisol. His work in Vegetation addresses issues such as Holocene, which are connected to fields such as Silt, Illite, Bioturbation and Tundra.
His primary scientific interests are in Soil water, Permafrost, Weathering, Biodiversity and Cryoturbation. To a larger extent, he studies Soil science with the aim of understanding Soil water. His Permafrost study improves the overall literature in Ecology.
His Weathering research includes themes of Guano and Total organic carbon. The Cryoturbation study combines topics in areas such as Patterned ground, Earth science, Paraglacial, Mineralogy and Landform. His Mineralogy study incorporates themes from Pedogenesis and Vegetation.
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Ecology and evolution of plant diversity in the endangered campo rupestre: a neglected conservation priority
Fernando A. O. Silveira;Daniel Negreiros;Newton P. U. Barbosa;Elise Buisson.
Plant and Soil (2016)
Heavy metal contamination in coastal sediments and soils near the Brazilian Antarctic Station, King George Island
Isaac R. Santos;Emmanoel V. Silva-Filho;Carlos E.G.R. Schaefer;Manoel R. Albuquerque-Filho.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2005)
Pedogenesis and pre-Colombian land use of “Terra Preta Anthrosols” (“Indian black earth”) of Western Amazonia
Hedinaldo N Lima;Carlos E.R Schaefer;Jaime W.V Mello;Robert J Gilkes.
Thermal state of permafrost and active-layer monitoring in the Antarctic: advances during the International Polar Year 2007-2009
Gonçalo Vieira;James Bockheim;Mauro Guglielmin;Megan Balks.
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes (2010)
Ornithogenic cryosols from Maritime Antarctica: Phosphatization as a soil forming process
Felipe N.B. Simas;Carlos Ernesto G.R. Schaefer;Vander F. Melo;Manoel R. Albuquerque-Filho.
Soils associated with rock outcrops in the Brazilian mountain ranges Mantiqueira and Espinhaço
Vinicius M. Benites;Carlos Ernesto G. R. Schaefer;Felipe N. B. Simas;Humberto G. Santos.
Brazilian Journal of Botany (2007)
Minerals in the clay fraction of Brazilian Latosols (Oxisols): a review
C. E. G. R. Schaefer;J. D. Fabris;J. C. Ker.
Clay Minerals (2008)
SOLOS E VEGETAÇÃO NOS COMPLEXOS RUPESTRES DE ALTITUDE DA MANTIQUEIRA E DO ESPINHAÇO
Vinicius de Melo Benites;Alessandra Nasser Caiafa;Eduardo de Sá Mendonça;Carlos Ernesto Schaefer.
Floresta e Ambiente (2003)
Chemical and Mineralogical Properties of Kaolinite-Rich Brazilian Soils
V.F. Melo;B. Singh;C.E.G.R. Schaefer;R.F. Novais.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (2001)
Brazilian latosols and their B horizon microstructure as long-term biotic constructs
Carlos E. R. Schaefer.
Soil Research (2001)
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