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.. Acc, Cíclicas em Floresta Estacional Semidecidual

.. Acc and . Savana,

A. , A -Agropecuária em Floresta Ombrófila Aberta

. Ap, A -Pecuária (pastagens) em Floresta Ombrófila Aberta

. Ap, D -Pecuária (pastagens) em Floresta Ombrófila Densa

. Ap, F -Pecuária (pastagens) em Floresta Estacional Semidecidual

. Ap, LO -Pecuária (pastagens) em Contato Campinarana/Floresta Ombrófila

. Ap, ON -Pecuária (pastagens) em Contato Floresta Ombrófila/Floresta Estacional

. Ap, S -Pecuária (pastagens) em Savana

. Ap, SN -Pecuária (pastagens) em Contato Savana/Floresta Estacional

. Ap, SO -Pecuária (pastagens) em Contato Savana/Floresta Ombrófila

. Iu, D -Influência urbana em Floresta Ombrófila Densa ; Iu.F -Influência urbana em Floresta Estacional Semidecidual

E. Iu.s--influência-urbana and . Savana,

. Iu, SO -Influência urbana em Contato Savana/Floresta Ombrófila

R. D--florestamento/reflorestamento-em-floresta-ombrófila-densa,

R. So--florestamento, Reflorestamento em Contato Savana/Floresta Ombrófila ; Vs.D -Vegetação Secundária em Floresta Ombrófila Densa ; Vs.SN -Vegetação Secundária em Contato Savana/Floresta Estacional ; Vsb.A -Vegetação Secundária só com palmeiras em Floresta Ombrófila Aberta

.. Vsb and . Vegetação, Secundária só com palmeiras em Floresta Estacional Decidual ; Vsp.A -Vegetação Secundária com palmeiras em Floresta Ombrófila Aberta ; Vsp.C -Vegetação Secundária com palmeiras em Floresta Estacional Decidual

. Vsp, D -Vegetação Secundária com palmeiras em Floresta Ombrófila Densa

. Vss, A -Vegetação Secundária sem palmeiras em Floresta Ombrófila Aberta ; Vss.C -Vegetação Secundária sem palmeiras em Floresta Estacional Decidual

. Vss, D -Vegetação Secundária sem palmeiras em Floresta Ombrófila Densa

.. Vss and . Vegetação, Secundária sem palmeiras em Floresta Estacional Semidecidual

, Plot showing the Pearson correlations between variables of interests for the analysis. The stars next to the number show p-value significance levels of * (<0.05) ** (<0.01) ***(<0.005). Note: These significance levels are different than those used in the statistical analysis