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    Randall W. Myster, editor.
    Summary: Igapó forests are a common part of the Amazon whose ecosystems are critical to our shared human future. The introduction addresses the structure, function and dynamics of igapó forests in the Amazon basin, focusing on their uniqueness due to their high level of complexity defined as the many ways that different components of igapó forests in the Amazon basin ecosystem interact and also on how those interactions are on a higher-order compared to other tropical forests. The text then breaks down the igapó ecosystem using these sections: (1) Igapó forests over space and time, (2) Water, light and soils, (3) The carbon cycle, (4) Litter, fungi and invertebrates, (5) Vertebrates, (6) Plant population studies, (7) Plant community studies, and (8) Human impacts and management. Experts from around the world serve as chapter authors that review what is known about their specific part of the igapó ecosystem, what research they have done, and also what needs to be done in the future.

    1 Introduction. Randall W. Myster Section I Igapó over space and time 2 Diversity of dispersal systems in Igapo forests: an analysis of local tree diversity, species turnover and dispersal systems. Maria Natalia Umana, Diego F. Correa, Angela Cano, Luisa F. Casas, Sasha Cardenas, Boris Villanueva, Pablo Stevenson 3 A floristic assessment of the Ecuador Amazon tree flora. Juan Ernesto Guevara A., Hugo Mogollón, Nigel C.A. Pitman, Carlos Cerón, Walter Palacios, David A. Neill Section II Water and light 4 Mercury in black-waters of the Amazon. Daniele Kasper, Bruce Rider Forsberg, Helena do Amaral Kehrig, Joao Henrique, Fernandes do Amaral, Wanderley Rodrigues Bastos, Olaf Malm Section III Soil and the carbon cycle 5 Soil carbon and the carbon cycle in the central Amazon forest. Fabrício Berton Zanchi. 6 Igapó ecosystem soils: features and environmental importance. Maria de Lourdes Pinheiro Ruivo, Denise de Andrade Cunha, Rosecelia Moreira da Silva Castro1, Elessandra Laura Nogueira Lopes, Darley C. Leal Matos, Rita Denize de Oliveira Section IV Litter, fungi and invertebrates 7 Diversity and phenology of Arachnids in Igapó forests. Lidianne Salvatierra8 Influence of flood levels on the richness and abundance of galling insects associated with tr4ees from seasonally flooded forests of Central Amazonia, Brazil. Genimar R. Juliao, Eduardo M. Venticinque, G. Wilson Fernandes Section V Vertebrates 9 Primates of Igapó forests. Adrian Barnett, Thays Juca10 Influence of time and flood on diurnal mammal diversity and story level use in igapó forest in the Peruvian Amazon. Rosa R. Jessen, Geoffrey H. Palmer and John L. Koprowski11 Primates use of Flooded and Unflooded forests in Peruvian Amazonia. Janice Chism, Richard L. Jackson Jr 12 Turtles of the Igapo: their ecology and susceptibility to mercury uptake. Larissa Schneider, Richard C. Vogt Section VI Plants 13 Does igapó trees species exclusive of igapó forest? Or Geographic patterns of tree taxa in the igapó forest
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    Brazilian Amazon. Veridiana Vizoni Scudeller 14 The fishes and the forest forty years after Goulding. Mauricio Camargo Zorro 15 Structure, Composition, Growth and Potential of the Forest in Temporary or Periodically Flooding Forests by Sewage, Near Iquitos. Juan Celidonio Ruiz Macedo, Dario Davila Paredes and Rodil Tello Espinoza. Section VII Human impacts and management 16 Twenty-five years of forest rehabilitation and restoration of an igapo forest in Central Amazonia, Brazil. Fabio Rubio Scarano, Reinaldo Luis Bozelli, Andre Tavares Correia Dias, Arcilan Assirea, Danielle Justino Capossoli, Francisco de Assis Esteves, Marcos Paulo Figueiredo-Barros, Maria Fernanda Quintela Souza Nunes, Fabio Roland, Jeronimo Boelsums Barreto Sansevero, Pedro Henrique Medeiros Rajao, Andre Reis and Luiz Roberto Zamith17 Randall W. Myster. Conclusions, synthesis and future directions.
    Digital Access Springer 2018