Javier Tomasella
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The drought of Amazonia in 2005
JA Marengo, CA Nobre, J Tomasella, MD Oyama, G Sampaio de Oliveira, ...
Journal of climate 21 (3), 495-516, 2008
7272008
The drought of 2010 in the context of historical droughts in the Amazon region
JA Marengo, J Tomasella, LM Alves, WR Soares, DA Rodriguez
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (12), 2011
5352011
Amazon drought and its implications for forest flammability and tree growth: A basin‐wide analysis
D Nepstad, P Lefebvre, U Lopes da Silva, J Tomasella, P Schlesinger, ...
Global change biology 10 (5), 704-717, 2004
4252004
HAND, a new terrain descriptor using SRTM-DEM: Mapping terra-firme rainforest environments in Amazonia
CD Rennó, AD Nobre, LA Cuartas, JV Soares, MG Hodnett, J Tomasella
Remote Sensing of Environment 112 (9), 3469-3481, 2008
3742008
Estimating soil water retention characteristics from limited data in Brazilian Amazonia
J Tomasella, MG Hodnett
Soil science 163 (3), 190-202, 1998
2761998
Marked differences between van Genuchten soil water-retention parameters for temperate and tropical soils: a new water-retention pedo-transfer functions developed for tropical …
MG Hodnett, J Tomasella
Geoderma 108 (3-4), 155-180, 2002
2742002
Pedotransfer functions for the estimation of soil water retention in Brazilian soils
J Tomasella, MG Hodnett, L Rossato
2492000
Trends in streamflow and rainfall in tropical South America: Amazonia, eastern Brazil, and northwestern Peru
JA Marengo, J Tomasella, CR Uvo
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 103 (D2), 1775-1783, 1998
2421998
Extreme climatic events in the Amazon basin
JA Marengo, J Tomasella, WR Soares, LM Alves, CA Nobre
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 107 (1-2), 73-85, 2012
2122012
Hydro-climatic and ecological behaviour of the drought of Amazonia in 2005
JA Marengo, CA Nobre, J Tomasella, MF Cardoso, MD Oyama
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
1902008
Comparison of two techniques to develop pedotransfer functions for water retention
J Tomasella, YA Pachepsky, S Crestana, WJ Rawls
Soil Science Society of America Journal 67 (4), 1085-1092, 2003
1842003
Identifying areas susceptible to desertification in the Brazilian northeast
R Vieira, J Tomasella, RCS Alvalá, MF Sestini, AG Affonso, DA Rodriguez, ...
Solid Earth 6 (1), 347-360, 2015
1212015
Interception water-partitioning dynamics for a pristine rainforest in Central Amazonia: marked differences between normal and dry years
LA Cuartas, J Tomasella, AD Nobre, MG Hodnett, JC Múnera
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 145 (1-2), 69-83, 2007
1202007
Comparisons of long-term soil water storage behaviour under pasture and forest in three areas of Amazonia
MG Hodnett, MD Oyama, J De Tomasella
Amazonian Deforestation and Climate, 57-77, 1996
1191996
Export of organic carbon in run‐off from an Amazonian rainforest blackwater catchment
MJ Waterloo, SM Oliveira, DP Drucker, AD Nobre, LA Cuartas, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 20 (12), 2581-2597, 2006
1172006
The water balance of an Amazonian micro‐catchment: The effect of interannual variability of rainfall on hydrological behaviour
J Tomasella, MG Hodnett, LA Cuartas, AD Nobre, MJ Waterloo, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (13), 2133-2147, 2008
1122008
The droughts of 1996–1997 and 2004–2005 in Amazonia: hydrological response in the river main‐stem
J Tomasella, LS Borma, JA Marengo, DA Rodriguez, LA Cuartas, ...
Hydrological Processes 25 (8), 1228-1242, 2011
1062011
Towards a GCM surface parameterization of Amazonia
IR Wright, CA Nobre, J Tomasella, HR Rocha, JM Roberts, E Vertamatti, ...
Amazonian Deforestation and Climate, 473-504, 1996
86*1996
Pedotransfer functions for tropical soils
J Tomasella, M Hodnett
Developments in Soil Science 30, 415-429, 2004
752004
Soil hydraulic properties and van Genuchten parameters for an oxisol under pasture in central Amazonia
J Tomasella, MG Hodnett
Amazonian deforestation and climate, 101-124, 1996
671996
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