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Title: Natural Regeneration Afterwards Fire in the Savannah of the State Park of Biribiri - Brazil.

Authors: Sousa Silva De Paula Ribeiro, Pedro; Marinho Pereira, Israel; José Ornelas Otoni, Thiago; Augusto Chaves, Daniel

Thema: 4. Caring for our forests


Subtheme: 4.1 Forests and fire

Abstract of the paper: As some researchers, the fire can act as element regulator of some species of plants, being one of the main
environmental factors that determine the formations savannah as the savannah. This way, it was evaluated in 2008 the woody flora natural
regeneration of plants after focuses of fires happened in the end of the previous year in an area of closed field of the State Park of Biribiri in the
state of Minas Gerais - Brazil. In order to verify the communitys resilience, it floristic composition, richness, diversity and structure of the
fragments, three permanent portions were allocated in different environments, being two under influence of the fire and a witness. Were
transects of 10×50 m installed, done subdivide in 20 portions of 5×5 m and done measure all individuals with height = 0,10 m and diameter at
soil highest = 0,05 m. The botanical material was collected in field and herbarium in the laboratory of Ecology and Dendrology of the Federal
University of the Valleys of Jequitinhonha and Mucuri (UFVJM). The floristic composition understood a total of 53 species distributed in 22
families and 33 goods, in a total of 1564 individuals sampled. More than 50% of the species and 90% of the individuals presented distribution
joined for the three environments. It was found, for the index of Shannon-Weaver (H), the largest diversity of species in the atmospheres with
influence of the fire, I (H = 2,38) and II (H = 2,12). However, the largest density and wealth of plants were registered in the environment III,
where it didnt occurrence burns. The species Kielmeyera coriacea was shown sensitive to the effects of the fire and it was only registered at
the place without influence of the same. Was difference in the percentage of the index of regeneration and value phytosociological between
species in places. In the environments I, for the largest proximity of a seed source, it can be attributed a larger diversity and the individuals
density in relation to the environment II. The communitys recovery was fast, with the largest percentage of the values phytosociological and
biomass proportion in the classes from 0,30 to 1,50 m of height for the three environments. This demonstrates the adaptation of the community
to the fires, although they occurrence sensitive species to the effect of the fire.

Email: pedro.sspr@hotmail.com, imarinhopereira@gmail.com, tj.otoni@gmail.com, danitys_chaves@hotmail.com

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WFC2009 - XIII WORLD FORESTRY CONGRESS 18 - 23 OCTOBER 2009


PASEO COLÓN 982 – ANEXO JARDÍN – C1063ACV - BUENOS AIRES - ARGENTINA

http://www.cfm2009.org/es/programapost/resumenes/resumenesen.asp 09/09/2010