His primary areas of investigation include Soil water, Agronomy, Ecology, Ecosystem and Botany. The Soil water study combines topics in areas such as Carbon sequestration, Atmospheric sciences and Transpiration. His study in Water content extends to Ecology with its themes.
His Ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Plant species, Colonization, Soil classification, Global biodiversity and Nutrient. His Trichome study, which is part of a larger body of work in Botany, is frequently linked to Root morphology, bridging the gap between disciplines. As a member of one scientific family, Rafael S. Oliveira mostly works in the field of Biodiversity, focusing on Ecohydrology and, on occasion, Cloud forest and Climate change.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Botany, Nutrient, Ecosystem and Agronomy. Climate change, Soil water, Biodiversity hotspot, Biodiversity and Amazon rainforest are among the areas of Ecology where Rafael S. Oliveira concentrates his study. His Botany study frequently links to related topics such as Biomass.
His study in Nutrient is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Habitat, Banksia attenuata, Shoot and Rhizosphere, Cluster root. His work in Ecosystem addresses issues such as Vegetation, which are connected to fields such as Cloud forest. The study incorporates disciplines such as Soil classification, Tropical forest, Xylem, Dry season and Transpiration in addition to Agronomy.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Ecosystem, Agroforestry, Climate change and Agronomy. Ecology is closely attributed to Plant physiology in his research. His Ecosystem study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Vegetation and Biogeochemistry.
His research in Agronomy intersects with topics in Dry season, Avicennia marina, Wetland and Transpiration. While the research belongs to areas of Biomass, Rafael S. Oliveira spends his time largely on the problem of Attenuata, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Nutrient. His research in Plant soil tackles topics such as Atmospheric sciences which are related to areas like Soil water.
Rafael S. Oliveira mainly focuses on Agroforestry, Resistance, Climate change, Ecology and Biodiversity hotspot. His Agroforestry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Flooding, Soil fertility, Tropics, Land cover and Biome. Within one scientific family, Rafael S. Oliveira focuses on topics pertaining to Amazon rainforest under Resistance, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Hydraulic conductivity.
His Climate change research incorporates themes from Soil water and Evergreen. His Ecology research incorporates elements of Velloziaceae, Spatial distribution and Plant productivity. Rafael S. Oliveira has included themes like Afforestation, Sustainability, Grassland and Ecosystem services in his Biodiversity hotspot study.
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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)
Death from drought in tropical forests is triggered by hydraulics not carbon starvation
Lucy Rowland;A.C.L. da Costa;David R. Galbraith;R.S. Oliveira.
Nighttime transpiration in woody plants from contrasting ecosystems.
Todd E. Dawson;Stephen S. O. Burgess;Kevin P. Tu;Rafael S. Oliveira.
Tree Physiology (2007)
Hydraulic redistribution in three Amazonian trees
Rafael S. Oliveira;Todd E. Dawson;Stephen S. O. Burgess;Stephen S. O. Burgess;Daniel C. Nepstad.
Deep root function in soil water dynamics in cerrado savannas of central Brazil
R. S. Oliveira;L. Bezerra;E. A. Davidson;F. Pinto.
Functional Ecology (2005)
Root functioning modifies seasonal climate
Jung Eun Lee;Rafael S. Oliveira;Todd E. Dawson;Inez Fung.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
Foliar uptake of fog water and transport belowground alleviates drought effects in the cloud forest tree species, Drimys brasiliensis (Winteraceae)
Cleiton B. Eller;Aline L. Lima;Rafael S. Oliveira.
web science (2013)
Leaf manganese accumulation and phosphorus-acquisition efficiency
Hans Lambers;Patrick E. Hayes;Etienne Laliberté;Rafael S. Oliveira;Rafael S. Oliveira.
Trends in Plant Science (2015)
Disturbance maintains alternative biome states.
Vinícius de L. Dantas;Marina Hirota;Marina Hirota;Rafael S. Oliveira;Juli G. Pausas.
Ecology Letters (2016)
A preliminary evaluation of the effect of processing temperature on coffee roasting degree assessment
Adriana S. Franca;Leandro S. Oliveira;Rafael C.S. Oliveira;Pamela C. Mancha Agresti.
Journal of Food Engineering (2009)
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