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LCF5880 - Restauração Ecológica

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Docentes responsáveis
Joannès Guillemot
Matheus Pinheiro Ferreira
Pedro Henrique Santin Brancalion
Ricardo Augusto Gorne Viani

Capacitar os alunos para desenvolver projetos de pesquisa e desenvolvimento em restauração ecológica.

Histórico da degradação e da restauração de ecossistemas
- Bases ecológicas da restauração
- Bases socioeconômicas e legais da restauração
- Restauração de ecossistemas florestais
- Restauração de ecossistemas não florestais
- Pesquisa em ecologia da restauração
- Projetos de restauração ecológica

• Brancalion, P.H.S.; Gandolfi, S.; Rodrigues, R.R.. Restauração Florestal. 1. ed. São Paulo:
Oficina de Textos, v. 1. 432p.
• Brancalion PHS, Amazonas NT, Chazdon RL, et al. 2020. Exotic eucalypts: From demonized trees
to allies of tropical forest restoration? Journal of Applied Ecology 57: 55-66.
• Brancalion PHS, de Siqueira LP, Amazonas NT, et al. 2022. Ecosystem restoration job creation
potential in brazil. People and Nature 4: 1426-1434.
• Brancalion PHS and Holl KD. 2020. Guidance for successful tree planting initiatives. Journal of
Applied Ecology n/a:
• Brancalion PHS, Meli P, Tymus JRC, et al. 2019. What makes ecosystem restoration expensive?
A systematic cost assessment of projects in brazil. Biological Conservation 240: 108274.
• Brancalion PHS, Niamir A, Broadbent E, et al. 2019. Global restoration opportunities in tropical
rainforest landscapes. Science Advances 5: eaav3223.
• Chaves RB, Durigan G, Brancalion PHS and Aronson J. 2015. On the need of legal frameworks
for assessing restoration projects success: New perspectives from são paulo state (brazil). Restoration
Ecology 23: 754-759.
• Chazdon R and Brancalion P. 2019. Restoring forests as a means to many ends. Science 365:
• Chazdon RL, Brancalion PHS, Laestadius L, et al. 2016. When is a forest a forest? Forest
concepts and definitions in the era of forest and landscape restoration. Ambio 45: 538-550.
• Crouzeilles R, Ferreira MS, Chazdon RL, et al. 2017. Ecological restoration success is higher for
natural regeneration than for active restoration in tropical forests. Science Advances 3: 1-7.
• Durigan G, Guerin N and Costa JNMNd. 2013. Ecological restoration of xingu basin headwaters:
Motivations, engagement, challenges and perspectives. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society
B: Biological Sciences 368: 20120165.
• Fagan ME, Reid JL, Holland MB, et al. 2020. How feasible are global forest restoration
commitments? Conservation Letters 13: e12700.
• Gann GD, McDonald T, Walder B, et al. 2019. International principles and standards for the
practice of ecological restoration. Second edition. Restoration Ecology 27: S1-S46.
• Holl KD and Brancalion PHS. 2020. Tree planting is not a simple solution. Science 368: 580-581.
• Hua F, Bruijnzeel LA, Meli P, et al. 2022. The biodiversity and ecosystem service contributions
and trade-offs of forest restoration approaches. Science 376: 839-844.
• Kaiser-Bunbury CN, Mougal J, Whittington AE, et al. 2017. Ecosystem restoration strengthens
pollination network resilience and function. Nature 542: 223-227.
• Lewis SL, Wheeler CE, Mitchard ETA and Koch A. 2019. Restoring natural forests is the best way
to remove atmospheric carbon. Nature 568: 5–28.
• Li R, Zheng H, O’Connor P, et al. 2021. Time and space catch up with restoration programs that
ignore ecosystem service trade-offs. Science Advances 7: eabf8650.
• Metzger JP and Brancalion PHS. 2013. Challenges and opportunities in applying a landscape
ecology perspective in ecological restoration: A powerful approach to shape neolandscapes. Natureza &
Conservacao 11: 103-107.
• Newmark WD, Jenkins CN, Pimm SL, et al. 2017. Targeted habitat restoration can reduce
extinction rates in fragmented forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United
States of America 114: 9635-9640.
• Poorter L, Ongers FB, Aide TM, et al. 2016. Biomass resilience of neotropical secondary forests.
Nature 530: 211-+.
• Rodrigues RR, Gandolfi S, Nave AG, et al. 2011. Large-scale ecological restoration of highdiversity
tropical forests in se brazil. Forest Ecology and Management 261: 1605-1613.
• Rodrigues RR, Lima RAF, Gandolfi S and Nave AG. 2009. On the restoration of high diversity
forests: 30 years of experience in the brazilian atlantic forest. Biological Conservation 142: 1242-1251.
• Rozendaal DMA, Bongers F, Aide TM, et al. 2019. Biodiversity recovery of neotropical secondary
forests. Science Advances 5: eaau3114.
• Schubert SC, Battaglia KE, Blebea CN, et al. Advances and shortfalls in applying best practices to
global tree-growing efforts. Conservation Letters n/a: e13002.
• Shoo LP, Freebody K, Kanowski J and Catterall CP. 2016. Slow recovery of tropical old-field
rainforest regrowth and the value and limitations of active restoration. Conservation Biology 30: 121-
• Simmonds JS, Sonter LJ, Watson JEM, et al. 2020. Moving from biodiversity offsets to a targetbased
approach for ecological compensation. Conservation Letters 13: e12695.
• Strassburg BBN, Iribarrem A, Beyer HL, et al. 2020. Global priority areas for ecosystem
restoration. Nature 586: 724-729.
• Vardon MJ and Lindenmayer DB. 2023. Biodiversity market doublespeak. Science 382: 491-491.
• Weidlich EWA, Flórido FG, Sorrini TB and Brancalion PHS. 2020. Controlling invasive plant
species in ecological restoration: A global review. Journal of Applied Ecology 57: