Jouve, Guillaume Lisé-Pronovost, Agathe Francus, Pierre and De Coninck, Arnaud S. 2017. Climatic influence of the latest Antarctic isotope maximum of the last glacial period (AIM4) on Southern Patagonia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 472, p. 33.
Ullah, Irfan and Prado, Renato Luiz 2017. Soft sediment thickness and shear-wave velocity estimation from the H/V technique up to the bedrock at meteorite impact crater site, Sao Paulo city, Brazil. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, Vol. 94, p. 215.
Barreto, Cintia F. De Freitas, Alex Da S. De Souza, Taísa Camila S. Vilela, Claudia G. Barth, Ortrud M. and Baptista Neto, José A. 2016. A mid-Holocene vegetational and anthropogenic record in the Guanabara Bay region, Rio de Janeiro State, SE Brazil, assessed by palynological and charcoal data. Grana, p. 1.
Cabanne, Gustavo S. Calderón, Luciano Trujillo Arias, Natalia Flores, Pamela Pessoa, Rodrigo d'Horta, Fernando M. and Miyaki, Cristina Y. 2016. Effects of Pleistocene climate changes on species ranges and evolutionary processes in the Neotropical Atlantic Forest. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol. 119, Issue. 4, p. 856.
Loffler, German 2016. Subsistence-patterns, gender roles, effective temperature, and the evolutionary timing of a post reproductive life span. Medical Hypotheses, Vol. 89, p. 48.
DaSilva, Marcio Bernardino Pinto-da-Rocha, Ricardo and DeSouza, Adriano Medeiros 2015. A protocol for the delimitation of areas of endemism and the historical regionalization of the Brazilian Atlantic Rain Forest using harvestmen distribution data. Cladistics, Vol. 31, Issue. 6, p. 692.
Flantua, Suzette G.A. Hooghiemstra, Henry Grimm, Eric C. Behling, Hermann Bush, Mark B. González-Arango, Catalina Gosling, William D. Ledru, Marie-Pierre Lozano-García, Socorro Maldonado, Antonio Prieto, Aldo R. Rull, Valentí and Van Boxel, John H. 2015. Updated site compilation of the Latin American Pollen Database. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, Vol. 223, p. 104.
Peres, Elen A. Sobral-Souza, Thadeu Perez, Manolo F. Bonatelli, Isabel A. S. Silva, Daniel P. Silva, Márcio J. Solferini, Vera N. and Arthofer, Wolfgang 2015. Pleistocene Niche Stability and Lineage Diversification in the Subtropical Spider Araneus omnicolor (Araneidae). PLOS ONE, Vol. 10, Issue. 4, p. e0121543.
Pupim, Fabiano do Nascimento Bierman, Paul R. Assine, Mario Luis Rood, Dylan H. Silva, Aguinaldo and Merino, Eder Renato 2015. Erosion rates and landscape evolution of the lowlands of the Upper Paraguay river basin (Brazil) from cosmogenic 10Be. Geomorphology, Vol. 234, p. 151.
Rodrigues, Pedro Álvarez, Pedro and Verdugo, Claudio 2015. Complete mitochondrial genome of the Neotropic cormorant (Phalacrocorax brasilianus). Mitochondrial DNA, p. 1.
Zimmermann, Claudia Jouve, Guillaume Pienitz, Reinhard Francus, Pierre and Maidana, Nora I. 2015. Late Glacial and Early Holocene cyclic changes in paleowind conditions and lake levels inferred from diatom assemblage shifts in Laguna Potrok Aike sediments (southern Patagonia, Argentina). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 427, p. 20.
Cabanne, Gustavo S. Trujillo-Arias, Natalia Calderón, Luciano d'Horta, Fernando M. and Miyaki, Cristina Y. 2014. Phenotypic evolution of an Atlantic Forest passerine (Xiphorhynchus fuscus): biogeographic and systematic implications. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol. 113, Issue. 4, p. 1047.
Gehara, Marcelo Crawford, Andrew J. Orrico, Victor G. D. Rodríguez, Ariel Lötters, Stefan Fouquet, Antoine Barrientos, Lucas S. Brusquetti, Francisco De la Riva, Ignacio Ernst, Raffael Urrutia, Giuseppe Gagliardi Glaw, Frank Guayasamin, Juan M. Hölting, Monique Jansen, Martin Kok, Philippe J. R. Kwet, Axel Lingnau, Rodrigo Lyra, Mariana Moravec, Jiří Pombal, José P. Rojas-Runjaic, Fernando J. M. Schulze, Arne Señaris, J. Celsa Solé, Mirco Rodrigues, Miguel Trefaut Twomey, Evan Haddad, Celio F. B. Vences, Miguel Köhler, Jörn and Colgan, Donald James 2014. High Levels of Diversity Uncovered in a Widespread Nominal Taxon: Continental Phylogeography of the Neotropical Tree Frog Dendropsophus minutus. PLoS ONE, Vol. 9, Issue. 9, p. e103958.
Machado, Vanessa de Souza Volkmer-Ribeiro, Cecilia and Iannuzzi, Roberto 2014. Late Pleistocene Climatic Changes in Central Brazil Indicated by Freshwater Sponges. International Journal of Geosciences, Vol. 05, Issue. 08, p. 799.
Scheel-Ybert, Rita Beauclair, Mariana and Buarque, Angela 2014. The forest people: landscape and firewood use in the Araruama region, southeastern Brazil, during the late Holocene. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, Vol. 23, Issue. 2, p. 97.
Velázquez, Victor F. Colonna, Julianna Sallun, Alethéa E. Martins Azevedo Sobrinho, José Maria Sallun Filho, William and Paiva, Paulo C. A. 2014. The Colônia Impact Crater: Geological Heritage and Natural Patrimony in the Southern Metropolitan Region of São Paulo, Brazil. Geoheritage, Vol. 6, Issue. 4, p. 283.
Cabanne, G. S. Sari, E. H. R. Meyer, D. Santos, F. R. and Miyaki, C. Y. 2013. Matrilineal evidence for demographic expansion, low diversity and lack of phylogeographic structure in the Atlantic forest endemic Greenish Schiffornis Schiffornis virescens (Aves: Tityridae). Journal of Ornithology, Vol. 154, Issue. 2, p. 371.
Campagna, Leonardo Silveira, Luís Fábio Tubaro, Pablo L. and Lougheed, Stephen C. 2013. Identifying the sister species to the rapid capuchino seedeater radiation (Passeriformes:Sporophila). The Auk, Vol. 130, Issue. 4, p. 645.
Franco, Fernando Faria Manfrin, Maura Helena and Carine, Mark 2013. Recent demographic history of cactophilicDrosophilaspecies can be related to Quaternary palaeoclimatic changes in South America. Journal of Biogeography, Vol. 40, Issue. 1, p. 142.
Hubbe, Alex Hubbe, Mark Karmann, Ivo Cruz, Francisco W. and Neves, Walter A. 2013. Insights into Holocene megafauna survival and extinction in southeastern Brazil from new AMS 14C dates. Quaternary Research, Vol. 79, Issue. 02, p. 152.
A long terrestrial record, Colônia CO-3, from the Atlantic rainforest region in Brazil (23°52′S, 46°42′20 ʺW, 900 m a.s.l.) registrates variations in the forest expansion during the last 100,000 yr. The 780-cm depth core was analyzed at 2-cm intervals and arboreal pollen frequencies were compared to nearby speleothem stable isotope records and neighboring marine records from the tropical Atlantic. To evaluate regional versus global climate forcing, our record was compared with Greenland and Antarctic ice-core records. These comparisons suggest that changes in temperature seen in polar latitudes relate to moisture changes: e.g., to changes in the length of the dry season, in tropical and subtropical latitudes during glacial as well as interglacial times. These climatic changes result from changes in the frequency of polar air incursions to these latitudes inducing a permanent cloud cover and precipitation. This is an important result that should help define paleoclimatic features in the Southern Hemisphere for the last glaciation.
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