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Doctoral project

Evaluation of the hydrological effects of different cutting intensities in the management of eucalyptus 

This research aims to investigate the perceptions that rural communities neighboring eucalyptus plantations have in relation to their influence on the flow of local water courses, considering social, economic, political and environmental aspects of the regions where they are inserted, in order to contextualize and understand such perceptions and relate them to current knowledge about the influence of eucalyptus on the flow of water courses. Approaching this aspect of forest hydrology from the perspective of perception is innovative and relevant insofar as it can support research in the area of forest hydrology as well as promote changes in forest management.


Silvio Frosini de Barros Ferraz



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