His scientific interests lie mostly in Amazon rainforest, Deforestation, Land use, Agroforestry and Environmental protection. Carlos Souza has researched Amazon rainforest in several fields, including Land cover, Logging, Vegetation, Mixture model and Remote sensing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Climate change and Secondary forest in addition to Deforestation.
His Land use research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Remote sensing and Disturbance. Carlos Souza has included themes like Rainforest and Natural resource management in his Agroforestry study. His research integrates issues of Sustainable development and Ecosystem services in his study of Environmental protection.
His primary areas of investigation include Amazon rainforest, Deforestation, Logging, Agroforestry and Forestry. His Amazon rainforest research includes elements of Environmental protection, Agriculture, Land cover, Vegetation and Sustainability. His Deforestation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Land use, Climate change, Environmental resource management, Ecosystem and Greenhouse gas.
The Ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Physical geography and Water cycle. His Logging study combines topics in areas such as Remote sensing, Satellite imagery and Canopy. His Canopy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biomass and Disturbance.
Carlos Souza mostly deals with Deforestation, Amazon rainforest, Land cover, Remote sensing and Biome. The concepts of his Deforestation study are interwoven with issues in Forest restoration and Forest ecology. His Forest ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Old-growth forest, Agroforestry, Forest management and Secondary forest.
Carlos Souza interconnects Habitat fragmentation, Land use, Climate change, Environmental resource management and Forestry in the investigation of issues within Amazon rainforest. His Land cover research incorporates elements of Physical geography and Vegetation. His Remote sensing study which covers Deep learning that intersects with Remote sensing.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Land use, Amazon rainforest, Deforestation, Old-growth forest and Biome. His Land use study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Climate change, Sustainability, Environmental resource management and Tipping point. His study brings together the fields of Land use, land-use change and forestry and Amazon rainforest.
His work deals with themes such as Forest management, Secondary forest, Intact forest landscape, Forest ecology and Conservation biology, which intersect with Old-growth forest. Carlos Souza combines subjects such as Agroforestry and Forest restoration with his study of Conservation biology. His studies in Biome integrate themes in fields like Land cover, Vegetation, Agriculture and Physical geography.
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The Amazon basin in transition
Eric A. Davidson;Alessandro C. de Araújo;Alessandro C. de Araújo;Paulo Artaxo;Jennifer K. Balch;Jennifer K. Balch.
Positive feedbacks in the fire dynamic of closed canopy tropical forests
Mark A. Cochrane;Ane Alencar;Mark D. Schulze;Carlos M. Souza.
Anthropogenic disturbance in tropical forests can double biodiversity loss from deforestation
Jos Barlow;Jos Barlow;Jos Barlow;Gareth D. Lennox;Joice Ferreira;Erika Berenguer.
Roads, deforestation, and the mitigating effect of protected areas in the Amazon
Christopher P. Barber;Mark A. Cochrane;Carlos M. Souza;William F. Laurance.
Biological Conservation (2014)
Combining spectral and spatial information to map canopy damage from selective logging and forest fires
Carlos M. Souza;Dar A. Roberts;Mark A. Cochrane.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2005)
Mapping forest degradation in the Eastern Amazon from SPOT 4 through spectral mixture models
Carlos Souza;Laurel Firestone;Luciano Moreira Silva;Dar Roberts.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2003)
Regional ecosystem structure and function: ecological insights from remote sensing of tropical forests.
Jeffrey Q. Chambers;Gregory P. Asner;Douglas C. Morton;Liana O. Anderson.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2007)
Boom-and-Bust Development Patterns Across the Amazon Deforestation Frontier
Ana S. L. Rodrigues;Ana S. L. Rodrigues;Ana S. L. Rodrigues;Robert M. Ewers;Luke Parry;Carlos Souza.
Reconstructing Three Decades of Land Use and Land Cover Changes in Brazilian Biomes with Landsat Archive and Earth Engine
Carlos M. Souza;Julia Z. Shimbo;Marcos R. Rosa;Leandro L. Parente.
Remote Sensing (2020)
Ten-Year Landsat Classification of Deforestation and Forest Degradation in the Brazilian Amazon
Carlos M. Souza;João V. Siqueira;Marcio H. Sales;Antônio V. Fonseca.
Remote Sensing (2013)
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