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All publications of “Marcos Gervasio Pereira”

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Digital Soil Mapping of Soil Properties in the “Mar de Morros” Environment Using Spectral Data

Patrícia Morais da Matta Campbell, Elpídio Inácio Fernandes Filho, Márcio Rocha Francelino, José Alexandre Melo Demattê, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Clécia Cristina Barbosa Guimarães and, [...]

08/Nov/2018

ABSTRACT Quantification of soil properties is essential for better understanding of the environment and better soil management. The conventional techniques of laboratory analysis are sometimes costly and detrimental to the environment. Thus, development of new techniques for soil analysis that do not generate residues, such as spectroscopy, is increasingly necessary as a viable way to estimate a wide range of soil properties. The objective of this study was to predict the levels of organic carbon (OC), clay, and extractable phosphorus […]

Paleoenvironmental Characterization of a High-Mountain Environment in the Atlantic Forest in Southeastern Brazil

Eduardo Carvalho da Silva Neto, Jaqueline Jesus Santana dos Santos, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Deyvid Diego Carvalho Maranhão, Fabiana da Costa Barros, Lúcia Helena Cunha dos Anjos

02/Nov/2018

ABSTRACT: Records of changes in the phytosociological structure of vegetation can be observed more clearly in soils that have more significant accumulation of organic matter, like those occurring in high-mountain environments. The aim of this study was to characterize soils formed in high-mountain environments in the Itatiaia National Park (INP), state of Rio de Janeiro, southeastern Brazil, and to discuss the potential of preserved phytoliths as markers of vegetative history and environmental factors. Four profiles were selected, which were morphologically […]

Termite Mounds Effects on Soil Properties in the Atlantic Forest Biome

Sandra Santana de Lima, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Renato Nunes Pereira, Rafael Moura de Pontes, Celeste Queiroz Rossi

02/Mar/2018

ABSTRACT Termites have peculiar activities in the soil, inducing significant changes in the soil properties. The objective of this study was to assess physical and chemical properties and soil organic matter to evaluate the effect of termite activity and termite mounds on the soil. Two toposequences were selected and divided in slope thirds (shoulder, backslope, and footslope). In each of these, four termite mounds were selected. Samples were taken from the soils and termite mounds (top, center, and base) along […]

Environmental Correlation and Spatial Autocorrelation of Soil Properties in Keller Peninsula, Maritime Antarctica

André Geraldo de Lima Moraes, Marcio Rocha Francelino, Waldir de Carvalho, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, André Thomazini, Carlos Ernesto Gonçalves Reynaud Schaefer

12/Dec/2017

ABSTRACT: The pattern of variation in soil and landform properties in relation to environmental covariates are closely related to soil type distribution. The aim of this study was to apply digital soil mapping techniques to analysis of the pattern of soil property variation in relation to environmental covariates under periglacial conditions at Keller Peninsula, Maritime Antarctica. We considered the hypothesis that covariates normally used for environmental correlation elsewhere can be adequately employed in periglacial areas in Maritime Antarctica. For that […]

Analysis of Potential for Linear Erosion in the Cerrado Biome Using Morphopedology

Deyvid Diego Carvalho Maranhão, Oscar Ivan de Oro Aguado, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Adelson Paulo Araújo, Selma Simões de Castro, Laerte Guimarães Ferreira

12/Jun/2017

ABSTRACT The Cerrado is a vegetation complex with a wide variety of phytophysiognomies, and sustainable management is essential for maintaining biodiversity. Morphopedology is a tool that can assist in developing plans for control of soil and land use, especially in evaluating the potential of soil erosion processes. This technique allows landscape units considered “homogeneous” to be distinguished, as a result of interaction between physiographic conditions. The aim of this study was to evaluate potential for erosion in São Miguel do […]

Reforestation of a Degraded Area with Eucalyptus and Sesbania: Microbial Activity and Chemical Soil Properties

Vanderlan de Oliveira Paulucio, Cristiane Figueira da Silva, Marco Antônio Martins, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Jolimar Antonio Schiavo, Luciana Aparecida Rodrigues

29/Mar/2017

ABSTRACT Mining activities generally affect soil quality, degrading it and creating the need for consistent environmental recovery efforts. This study evaluates the influence of monospecific and mixed stands of Sesbania virgata (S) and Eucalyptus camaldulensis (E) on the chemical properties and microbial activity of the soil in a degraded area by clay extraction in the northern part of the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Four treatments (100S:100 % Sesbania , 100E: 00 % Eucalyptus , 50S:50E: 50 % Sesbania […]

Bulk Density Prediction for Histosols and Soil Horizons with High Organic Matter Content

Sidinei Julio Beutler, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Wagner de Souza Tassinari, Michele Duarte de Menezes, Gustavo Souza Valladares, Lúcia Helena Cunha dos Anjos

09/Mar/2017

ABSTRACT Bulk density (Bd) can easily be predicted from other data using pedotransfer functions (PTF). The present study developed two PTFs (PTF1 and PTF2) for Bd prediction in Brazilian organic soils and horizons and compared their performance with nine previously published equations. Samples of 280 organic soil horizons used to develop PTFs and containing at least 80 g kg-1 total carbon content (TOC) were obtained from different regions of Brazil. The multiple linear stepwise regression technique was applied to validate […]

Dependency and Response of Apuleia leiocarpa to Inoculation with Different Species of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi

Joel Quintino de Oliveira, Ederson da Conceição Jesus, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Rodrigo Camara, Ariovaldo Machado Fonseca, Ana Carolina Oliveira Sousa

20/Feb/2017

ABSTRACT Inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) is a strategy to improve the efficiency of forest plantations, reducing costs and increasing the survival of plant species. The objective of this study was to assess the response and mycorrhizal dependency of seedlings of the forest species Apuleia leiocarpa (Vogel) J.F. Macbr to inoculation with AMF. The experiment was conducted in a completely randomized design using a 5 × 5 factorial arrangement with six replications. The treatments consisted of combinations of five […]

Histosols in an Upper Montane Environment in the Itatiaia Plateau

Paula Fernanda Chaves Soares, Lúcia Helena Cunha dos Anjos, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Luiz Carlos Ruiz Pessenda

09/Dec/2016

ABSTRACT: Highland environments favor accumulation and preservation of soil organic matter (SOM) due to low temperatures, leading to the formation of Histosols. The Itatiaia National Park (INP), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, offers conditions for preservation of SOM deposited over time, which has led to the formation of these soils. The objective of this study was to characterize Histosols in this environment, with the premise that it may provide evidence of changes in vegetation. Organossolos (Histosols) were sampled, characterized, described, and […]

Genesis and Classification of Soils from Subtropical Mountain Regions of Southern Brazil

Denilson Dortzbach, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Lúcia Helena Cunha dos Anjos, Ademir Fontana, Eduardo de Carvalho Silva

17/Oct/2016

ABSTRACT Soils formed in high mountainous regions in southern Brazil are characterized by great accumulation of organic matter (OM) in the surface horizons and variation in the degree of development. We hypothesized that soil properties and genesis are influenced by the interaction of parent materials and climate factors, which differ depending on the location along the altitudinal gradient. The goal of this study was to characterize and classify the soil, evaluate soil distribution, and determine the interactive effects of soil-forming […]

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