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Gabriel Damasco, Alberto Vicentini, Carolina V. Castilho, Tânia P. Pimentel and Henrique E.M. Nascimento Disentangling the role of edaphic variability, flooding regime and topography of Amazonian white-sand vegetation Journal of Vegetation Science 24

Article first published online: 13 AUG 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1654-1103.2012.01464.x

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We aimed to assess which environmental factors (soil, flooding and topography) better explain the variation in floristic composition and structure of Amazonian white-sand vegetations (Campinaranas). Although soils are predominantly sandy and oligotrophic, our findings highlighted the importance of soil texture and fertility in structuring plant communities of seasonally flooded white-sand vegetations at mesoscales in the Amazon Basin.

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