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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
9972008
Ecology and evolution of plant diversity in the endangered campo rupestre: a neglected conservation priority
FAO Silveira, D Negreiros, NPU Barbosa, E Buisson, FF Carmo, ...
Plant and soil 403, 129-152, 2016
6292016
Death from drought in tropical forests is triggered by hydraulics not carbon starvation
L Rowland, ACL da Costa, DR Galbraith, RS Oliveira, OJ Binks, ...
Nature 528 (7580), 119-122, 2015
6232015
A genomic catalog of Earth’s microbiomes
S Nayfach, S Roux, R Seshadri, D Udwary, N Varghese, F Schulz, D Wu, ...
Nature biotechnology 39 (4), 499-509, 2021
5602021
Nighttime transpiration in woody plants from contrasting ecosystems
TE Dawson, SSO Burgess, KP Tu, RS Oliveira, LS Santiago, JB Fisher, ...
Tree Physiology 27 (4), 561-575, 2007
4882007
Hydraulic redistribution in three Amazonian trees
RS Oliveira, TE Dawson, SSO Burgess, DC Nepstad
Oecologia 145, 354-363, 2005
4282005
Deep root function in soil water dynamics in cerrado savannas of central Brazil
RS Oliveira, L Bezerra, EA Davidson, F Pinto, CA Klink, DC Nepstad, ...
Functional Ecology 19 (4), 574-581, 2005
3722005
Root functioning modifies seasonal climate
JE Lee, RS Oliveira, TE Dawson, I Fung
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (49), 17576-17581, 2005
3302005
Foliar uptake of fog water and transport belowground alleviates drought effects in the cloud forest tree species, Drimys brasiliensis (Winteraceae)
CB Eller, AL Lima, RS Oliveira
New Phytologist 199 (1), 151-162, 2013
3202013
Leaf manganese accumulation and phosphorus-acquisition efficiency
H Lambers, PE Hayes, E Laliberte, RS Oliveira, BL Turner
Trends in plant science 20 (2), 83-90, 2015
3172015
Disturbance maintains alternative biome states
VL Dantas, M Hirota, RS Oliveira, JG Pausas
Ecology letters 19 (1), 12-19, 2016
2322016
Plant water relations
H Lambers, RS Oliveira, H Lambers, RS Oliveira
Plant physiological ecology, 187-263, 2019
2152019
Mechanisms of woody-plant mortality under rising drought, CO2 and vapour pressure deficit
NG McDowell, G Sapes, A Pivovaroff, HD Adams, CD Allen, ...
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 3 (5), 294-308, 2022
2122022
Hydrological niche segregation defines forest structure and drought tolerance strategies in a seasonal Amazon forest
M Brum, MA Vadeboncoeur, V Ivanov, H Asbjornsen, S Saleska, LF Alves, ...
Journal of Ecology 107 (1), 318-333, 2019
1852019
Mineral nutrition of campos rupestres plant species on contrasting nutrient‐impoverished soil types
RS Oliveira, HC Galv„o, MCR de Campos, CB Eller, SJ Pearse, ...
New Phytologist 205 (3), 1183-1194, 2015
1822015
Convergence of soil nitrogen isotopes across global climate gradients
JM Craine, AJ Elmore, L Wang, L Augusto, WT Baisden, ENJ Brookshire, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 8280, 2015
1722015
Tall Amazonian forests are less sensitive to precipitation variability
F Giardina, AG Konings, D Kennedy, SH Alemohammad, RS Oliveira, ...
Nature Geoscience 11 (6), 405-409, 2018
1552018
Linking plant hydraulics and the fast–slow continuum to understand resilience to drought in tropical ecosystems
RS Oliveira, CB Eller, FV Barros, M Hirota, M Brum, P Bittencourt
New Phytologist 230 (3), 904-923, 2021
1522021
Embolism resistance drives the distribution of Amazonian rainforest tree species along hydro‐topographic gradients
RS Oliveira, FRC Costa, E van Baalen, A de Jonge, PR Bittencourt, ...
New Phytologist 221 (3), 1457-1465, 2019
1442019
The hydroclimatic and ecophysiological basis of cloud forest distributions under current and projected climates
RS Oliveira, CB Eller, PRL Bittencourt, M Mulligan
Annals of Botany 113 (6), 909-920, 2014
1242014
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