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Special Feature - Mining and Conservation > Editorial
Deadly conflicts: Mining, people, and conservation
G.W. Fernandes, Sérvio P. Ribeiro
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:141-4
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> Essays and Perspectives
Fundão tailings dam failures: the environment tragedy of the largest technological disaster of Brazilian mining in global context
Flávio Fonseca do Carmo, Luciana Hiromi Yoshino Kamino, Rogério Tobias Junior, Iara Christina de Campos, Felipe Fonseca do Carmo, Guilherme Silvino, Kenedy Junio da Silva Xavier de Castro, Mateus Leite Mauro, Nelson Uchoa Alonso Rodrigues, Marcos Paulo de Souza Miranda, Carlos Eduardo Ferreira Pinto
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:145-51
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Free, prior and informed consent: how to rectify the devastating consequences of harmful mining for indigenous peoples’
Angus MacInnes, Marcus Colchester, Andrew Whitmore
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:152-60
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Sustainability of Jaborandi in the eastern Brazilian Amazon
Cecilio Frois Caldeira, Tereza Cristina Giannini, Silvio Junio Ramos, Santelmo Vasconcelos, Simone Kuster Mitre, Jakeline Prata de Assis Pires, Gracialda Costa Ferreira, Selma Ohashi, José Aroudo Mota, Alexandre Castilho, Jose Oswaldo Siqueira, Antonio Eduardo Furtini Neto
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:161-71
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> Research Letters
Impacts of mining activities on the potential geographic distribution of eastern Brazil mountaintop endemic species
João Carlos de Castro Pena, Fernando Goulart, G. Wilson Fernandes, Diego Hoffmann, Felipe S.F. Leite, Natália Britto dos Santos, Britaldo Soares-Filho, Thadeu Sobral-Souza, Maurício Humberto Vancine, Marcos Rodrigues
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:172-8
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Rock art and mining violence on the Australian Burrup Peninsula: language wars, economy and culture
Jeff Lewis, Belinda Lewis
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:179-86
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Forest restoration can increase the Rio Doce watershed resilience
Aliny P.F. Pires, Camila L. Rezende, Eduardo D. Assad, Rafael Loyola, Fabio R. Scarano
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:187-93
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Beyond the mining pit: the academic role in social deliberation for participatory environmental planning
João Carlos de Castro Pena, Julia Camara de Assis, Rafaela Aparecida da Silva, Laura Kyoko Honda, Maria Inez Pagani, Milton Cezar Ribeiro
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:194-8
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> Policy Forums
Appealing the death sentences of the Doce, São Francisco and Amazonas rivers: stopping the Mining Lobby and creating ecosystem services reserves
João Augusto Alves Meira-Neto, Andreza Viana Neri
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:199-201
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Degradation by coal mining should be priority in restoration planning
Edilane Rocha-Nicoleite, Gerhard Ernst Overbeck, Sandra Cristina Müller
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:202-5
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Biodiversity monitoring in the environmental impact assessment of mining projects: a (persistent) waste of time and money?
Amanda Monique da Silva Dias, Alberto Fonseca, Adriano Pereira Paglia
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:206-8
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Regular Issue > Essays and Perspectives
Movement ecology research to advance conservation of South America's grassland migratory birds
Alex E. Jahn, Vanesa Bejarano, Víctor R. Cueto, Adrián S. Di Giacomo, Carla S. Fontana
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:209-15
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> Research Letters
Incorporating landscape ecology metrics into environmental impact assessment in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Matheus Fernandes Dalloz, Renato Crouzeilles, Mauricio Almeida-Gomes, Bernardo Papi, Jayme Augusto Prevedello
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:216-20
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Dog invasion in agroforests: The importance of households, roads and dog population size in the surroundings
Cláudia Lilian Alves dos Santos, Ana Paula Silva, Sirleide Batista dos Santos, Renata Pardini, Camila Righetto Cassano
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:221-6
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Invasive potential of the pied crow (Corvus albus) in eastern Brazil: best to eradicate before it spreads
Jose Ricardo Pires Adelino, Luiz dos Anjos, Marcos Robalinho Lima
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:227-33
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Exploring seed to seed effects for understanding invasive species success
Anaclara Guido, Daniela Hoss, Valério D. Pillar
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:234-8
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> Policy Forum
Dismantling Brazil's science threatens global biodiversity heritage
G. Wilson Fernandes, Mariana M. Vale, Gerhard E. Overbeck, Mercedes M.C. Bustamante, Carlos E.V. Grelle, Helena Godoy Bergallo, William E. Magnusson, Alberto Akama, Suelen S. Alves, André Amorim, Joaquim Araújo, Claudia Franca Barros, Freddy Bravo, Marcelo J. Veiga Carim, Rui Cerqueira, Rosane Garcia Collevatti, Guarino R. Colli, Catia Nunes da Cunha, Paulo Sergio D’Andrea, José Carmine Dianese, Soraia Diniz, Pedro Cordeiro Estrela, Mariluce R.M. Fernandes, Carla Suertegaray Fontana, Leandro L. Giacomin, Luis Fernando P. Gusmão, Flora Acuña Juncá, Ana Carolina Borges Lins-e-Silva, Celia R.A.S. Lopes, Maria Lucia Lorini, Luciano Paganucci de Queiroz, Luiz R. Malabarba, Beatriz Schwantes Marimon, Ben Hur Marimon Junior, Marcia C.M. Marques, Bruno M. Martinelli, Marlucia Bonifacio Martins, Hermes Fonseca de Medeiros, Marcelo Menin, Paula Benevides de Morais, Francisca Helena Muniz, Selvino Neckel-Oliveira, João Alves de Oliveira, Reyjane P. Oliveira, Fernando Pedroni, Jerry Penha, Luciana R. Podgaiski, Domingos J. Rodrigues, Aldicir Scariot, Luís Fábio Silveira, Marcos Silveira, Walfrido Moraes Tomas, Marcos J. Salgado Vital, Valério D. Pillar
Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 2017;15:239-43
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