Cerrado Brazilian Biome: Characterization and Importance

Eduardo José Azevedo Corrêa, José Norberto Lobato, Adriano Guimarães Parreira,Andreia Fonseca Silva


The increasing demand for food and energy has over years promoted an intense intervention in natural environments, mainly with incorporation of new Cerrado’s areas in this productive process. Thus, new agricultural frontiers have been opened and, often, without consistent study about the consequences changing in use of these environments.            The agricultural frontier advance, especially small farmers, has not yet been accompanied efficiently by technology advancement, capable of producing greater productivity in its arable land. In this way, it is observed the need of action in Command and Control Organs, aiming to promote a micro-zoning based on skills and vulnerabilities of each location.

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