Lucas C. R. Silva mostly deals with Ecology, Vegetation, Biome, Ecosystem and Grassland. His is involved in several facets of Ecology study, as is seen by his studies on Basal area, Ecotone, Soil organic matter, Water-use efficiency and Subtropics. His Soil organic matter research integrates issues from Shrub, Soil carbon, Riparian zone, Carbon sink and Gallery forest.
His research integrates issues of Plant traits, Canopy, Alternative stable state and Bark in his study of Biome. Ecosystem is frequently linked to Agroforestry in his study. His research in Grassland focuses on subjects like Woody plant, which are connected to Woodland, Soil water and Soil science.
Lucas C. R. Silva spends much of his time researching Ecology, Ecosystem, Climate change, Agronomy and Soil organic matter. His study in Vegetation, Biome, Soil water, Ecotone and Forest ecology is carried out as part of his studies in Ecology. His Vegetation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Agroforestry and Grassland.
His studies deal with areas such as Soil carbon, Biogeochemical cycle, Drought stress, Global change and Nutrient as well as Ecosystem. Lucas C. R. Silva has researched Agronomy in several fields, including Organic matter, Canopy and Biochar. His study looks at the relationship between Soil organic matter and topics such as Biomass, which overlap with Understory, Edaphic and Litter.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Climate change, Ecosystem, Amazonian and Amazon rainforest. His research in the fields of Tropical peatland overlaps with other disciplines such as Extant taxon. As part of the same scientific family, Lucas C. R. Silva usually focuses on Climate change, concentrating on Nitrogen fixation and intersecting with Drought stress, Disturbance and Agronomy.
His Ecosystem services study in the realm of Ecosystem interacts with subjects such as The Conceptual Framework. His Amazonian course of study focuses on Soil water and Dark earth. His research in Amazon rainforest intersects with topics in Abundance, Natural regeneration, Tree species and Biogeochemistry.
Lucas C. R. Silva mainly investigates Soil water, Disturbance, Biogeochemical cycle, Ecosystem and Amazon rainforest. The various areas that Lucas C. R. Silva examines in his Soil water study include Environmental chemistry, Dark earth, Amazonian and Mass spectrometry. Disturbance is a subfield of Ecology that he investigates.
His Biogeochemical cycle study typically links adjacent topics like Specific leaf area. His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Global change and Land management. The concepts of his Amazon rainforest study are interwoven with issues in Nitrogen fixation, Climate change and Agronomy.
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Ecological thresholds at the savanna-forest boundary: how plant traits, resources and fire govern the distribution of tropical biomes
William A. Hoffmann;Erika L. Geiger;Sybil G. Gotsch;Davi R. Rossatto.
Ecology Letters (2012)
Use of chemical and physical characteristics to investigate trends in biochar feedstocks.
Fungai N. D. Mukome;Xiaoming Zhang;Lucas C. R. Silva;Johan Six.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2013)
Probing for the influence of atmospheric CO2 and climate change on forest ecosystems across biomes
Lucas C. R. Silva;Madhur Anand.
Global Ecology and Biogeography (2013)
Recent Widespread Tree Growth Decline Despite Increasing Atmospheric CO2
Lucas C. R. Silva;Madhur Anand;Mark D. Leithead.
PLOS ONE (2010)
Expansion of gallery forests into central Brazilian savannas
Lucas C. R. Silva;Lucas C. R. Silva;Leonel Sternberg;Mundayatan Haridasan;William A. Hoffmann.
Global Change Biology (2008)
Depth of water uptake in woody plants relates to groundwater level and vegetation structure along a topographic gradient in a neotropical savanna
Davi Rodrigo Rossatto;Lucas de Carvalho Ramos Silva;Randoll Villalobos-Vega;Leonel da Silveira Lobo Sternberg.
Environmental and Experimental Botany (2012)
Can savannas become forests? A coupled analysis of nutrient stocks and fire thresholds in central Brazil
Lucas C. R. Silva;William A. Hoffmann;Davi R. Rossatto;Mundayatan Haridasan.
Plant and Soil (2013)
Cerrado vegetation and global change: the role of functional types, resource availability and disturbance in regulating plant community responses to rising CO2 levels and climate warming
Augusto Cesar Franco;Davi Rodrigo Rossatto;Davi Rodrigo Rossatto;Lucas de Carvalho Ramos Silva;Cristiane da Silva Ferreira.
Theoretical and Experimental Plant Physiology (2014)
Growth decline and divergent tree ring isotopic composition (δ13C and δ18O) contradict predictions of CO2stimulation in high altitudinal forests
Armando Gómez-Guerrero;Lucas C. R. Silva;Miguel Barrera-Reyes;Barbara Kishchuk.
Global Change Biology (2013)
Explaining Global Increases in Water Use Efficiency: Why Have We Overestimated Responses to Rising Atmospheric CO2 in Natural Forest Ecosystems?
Lucas C. R. Silva;William R. Horwath.
PLOS ONE (2013)
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