Accounting for twenty-first-century annual forest loss in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil using high-resolution global maps

Fernando Andreacci & Rosemeri Carvalho Marenzi
Deforestation in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest has been mapped since 1986 by SOS Mata Atlântica in partnership with the National Institute for Space Research under the project named Atlas dos Remanescentes Florestais da Mata Atlântica (SOSMA). The mapping results depict a worrying scenario of over-fragmentation and reduction of forest cover. The limited information provided, however, may underestimate deforestation in this Brazilian biome. We analysed the use of new high-resolution global deforestation datasets to quantify 10...
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