Ecosystem services and Biome are the subject areas of his Ecosystem study. In his study, Fabio Rubio Scarano carries out multidisciplinary Ecosystem services and Ecosystem research. Fabio Rubio Scarano applies his multidisciplinary studies on Ecology and Botany in his research. He incorporates Botany and Ecology in his studies. By researching both Environmental resource management and Environmental planning, Fabio Rubio Scarano produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Fabio Rubio Scarano performs integrative study on Environmental planning and Environmental resource management. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Biodiversity and Species richness. Fabio Rubio Scarano merges many fields, such as Species richness and Biodiversity, in his writings. His Agroforestry study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Forest regeneration.
Fabio Rubio Scarano performs integrative study on Ecology and Agroforestry in his works. In his research, Fabio Rubio Scarano performs multidisciplinary study on Environmental resource management and Environmental planning. He combines Environmental planning and Environmental resource management in his research. Fabio Rubio Scarano brings together Ecosystem and Biodiversity to produce work in his papers. Fabio Rubio Scarano applies his multidisciplinary studies on Biodiversity and Ecosystem in his research. In his research, Fabio Rubio Scarano undertakes multidisciplinary study on Botany and Ecology. His study in Pathology extends to Vegetation (pathology) with its themes. His research ties Vegetation (pathology) and Pathology together.
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Structure, function and floristic relationships of plant communities in stressful habitats marginal to the Brazilian Atlantic rainforest.
Fabio R. Scarano.
Annals of Botany (2002)
Moment of truth for the Cerrado hotspot.
Bernardo B. N. Strassburg;Bernardo B. N. Strassburg;Thomas Brooks;Rafael Feltran-Barbieri;Rafael Feltran-Barbieri;Alvaro Iribarrem;Alvaro Iribarrem;Alvaro Iribarrem.
From hotspot to hopespot: An opportunity for the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
C.L. Rezende;C.L. Rezende;F.R. Scarano;F.R. Scarano;E.D. Assad;C.A. Joly.
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation (2018)
Conservation in Brazil needs to include non‐forest ecosystems
Gerhard E. Overbeck;Eduardo Vélez‐Martin;Fabio R. Scarano;Thomas M. Lewinsohn.
Diversity and Distributions (2015)
The Brazilian Atlantic Forest: A Shrinking Biodiversity Hotspot
Milton Cezar Ribeiro;Milton Cezar Ribeiro;Alexandre Camargo Martensen;Jean Paul Metzger;Marcelo Tabarelli.
Global priority areas for ecosystem restoration
Bernardo B. N. Strassburg;Alvaro Iribarrem;Alvaro Iribarrem;Hawthorne L. Beyer;Carlos Leandro Cordeiro;Carlos Leandro Cordeiro.
Brazilian Atlantic forest: impact, vulnerability, and adaptation to climate change
Fabio Rubio Scarano;Paula Ceotto.
Biodiversity and Conservation (2015)
Four sites with contrasting environmental stress in southeastern Brazil: relations of species, life form diversity, and geographic distribution to ecophysiological parameters
F. R. Scarano;Heitor Monteiro Duarte;K. T. Ribeiro;P. J. F. P. Rodrigues.
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society (2001)
Strategic approaches to restoring ecosystems can triple conservation gains and halve costs
Bernardo B. N. Strassburg;Bernardo B. N. Strassburg;Bernardo B. N. Strassburg;Hawthorne L. Beyer;Renato Crouzeilles;Renato Crouzeilles;Renato Crouzeilles;Alvaro Iribarrem;Alvaro Iribarrem.
Plant establishment on flooded and unflooded patches of a freshwater swamp forest in southeastern Brazil
Fábio R. Scarano;Kátia T. Ribeiro;Luiz F. D. de Moraes;Haroldo C. de Lima.
Journal of Tropical Ecology (1997)
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