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  • New paper (June 2017) – Garcia-Alaniz, N. et al. (2017). The Mexican National Biodiversity and Ecosystem Degradation Monitoring System. CUrrent Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 26-27: 62-68. [Website / DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2017.01.001]

Publications from ROBIN

2017

  • Garcia-Alaniz, N. Equihua, M., Pérez-Maqueo, O., Equihua Benítez, J., Maeda, P., Pardo Urrutia, F., Flores Martínez, J.J., Villela Gaytán, S.A., Schmidt, M. (2017). The Mexican National Biodiversity and Ecosystem Degradation Monitoring System. CUrrent Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 26-27: 62-68. [Website / DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2017.01.001]

2016

  • van der Sande, M. T., Arets, E. J. M. M., Peña-Claros, M., de Avila, A. L., Roopsind, A., Mazzei, L., Ascarrunz, N., Finegan, B., Alarcón, A., Cáceres-Siani, Y., Licona, J. C., Ruschel, A., Toledo, M. and Poorter, L. (2016), Old-growth Neotropical forests are shifting in species and trait composition. Ecol Monogr. 86: 228-243 [Website | DOI: 10.1890/15-1815.1]
  • Sakschewski, W. von Bloh, A. Boit, L. Poorter, M. Pena-Claros, J. Heinke, J. Joshi, K. Thonicke  (2016). Resilience of Amazon forests emerges from plant trait diversity, Nature Clim. Change, advance online publication [Website / DOI: 10.1038/nclimate3109]
  • Boit, A., Sakschewski, B., Boysen, L., Cano-Crespo, A., Clement, J., Garcia-alaniz, N., Kok, K., Kolb, M., Langerwisch, F., Rammig, A., Sachse, R., van Eupen, M., von Bloh, W., Clara Zemp, D. and Thonicke, K. (2016), Large-scale impact of climate change vs. land-use change on future biome shifts in Latin America. Glob Change Biol. [Website / DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13355]
  • L. Poorter, F. Bongers, T.M. Aide, A.M. Almeyda Zambrano, P. Balvanera, J.M. Becknell, V. Boukili, P.H.S. Brancalion, E.N. Broadbent, R.L. Chazdon, D. Craven, J.S. de Almeida-Cortez, G.A.L. Cabral, B.H.J. de Jong, J.S. Denslow, D.H. Dent, S.J. DeWalt, J.M. Dupuy, S.M. Durán, M.M. Espírito-Santo, M.C. Fandino, R.G. César, J.S. Hall, J.L. Hernandez-Stefanoni, C.C. Jakovac, A.B. Junqueira, D. Kennard, S.G. Letcher, J.-C. Licona, M. Lohbeck, E. Marín-Spiotta, M. Martínez-Ramos, P. Massoca, J.A. Meave, R. Mesquita, F. Mora, R. Muñoz, R. Muscarella, Y.R.F. Nunes, S. Ochoa-Gaona, A.A. de Oliveira, E. Orihuela-Belmonte, M. Peña-Claros, E.A. Pérez-García, D. Piotto, J.S. Powers, J. Rodríguez-Velázquez, I.E. Romero-Pérez, J. Ruíz, J.G. Saldarriaga, A. Sanchez-Azofeifa, N.B. Schwartz, M.K. Steininger, N.G. Swenson, M. Toledo, M. Uriarte, M. van Breugel, H. van der Wal, M.D.M. Veloso, H.F.M. Vester, A. Vicentini, I.C.G. Vieira, T.V. Bentos, G.B. Williamson, D.M.A. Rozendaal (2016). Biomass resilience of Neotropical secondary forests, Nature, 530: 211-214 [Website / DOI: 10.1038/nature16512]
  • Hausknost, D., Grima, N. and Singh, S.J. (2016). The political dimensions of Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES): Cascade or stairway? Ecological Economics 131: 109-118 [Website / DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.08.024]
  • R.L. Chazdon, E.N. Broadbent, D.M.A. Rozendaal, F. Bongers, A.M.A. Zambrano, T.M. Aide, P. Balvanera, J.M. Becknell, V. Boukili, P.H.S. Brancalion, D. Craven, J.S. Almeida-Cortez, G.A.L. Cabral, B. de Jong, J.S. Denslow, D.H. Dent, S.J. DeWalt, J.M. Dupuy, S.M. Durán, M.M. Espírito-Santo, M.C. Fandino, R.G. César, J.S. Hall, J.L. Hernández-Stefanoni, C.C. Jakovac, A.B. Junqueira, D. Kennard, S.G. Letcher, M. Lohbeck, M. Martínez-Ramos, P. Massoca, J.A. Meave, R. Mesquita, F. Mora, R. Muñoz, R. Muscarella, Y.R.F. Nunes, S. Ochoa-Gaona, E. Orihuela-Belmonte, M. Peña-Claros, E.A. Pérez-García, D. Piotto, J.S. Powers, J. Rodríguez-Velazquez, I.E. Romero-Pérez, J. Ruíz, J.G. Saldarriaga, A. Sanchez-Azofeifa, N.B. Schwartz, M.K. Steininger, N.G. Swenson, M. Uriarte, M. van Breugel, H. van der Wal, M.D.M. Veloso, H. Vester, I.C.G. Vieira, T.V. Bentos, G.B. Williamson, L. Poorter (2016). Carbon sequestration potential of second-growth forest regeneration in the Latin American tropics, Science Advances, 2. [Website / DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1501639]
  • Karl-Heinz Erb, Christian Lauk, Thomas Kastner, Andreas Mayer, Michaela C. Theurl and Helmut Haberl. (2016). Exploring the biophysical option space for feeding the world without deforestation. Nature Communications 7: 11382 [Website / DOI: 10.1038/ncomms11382]
  • Report of the Joint Annual Meeting of the ROBIN and Amazalert projects: Technical tour (in Portuguese) – Martorano, L.M., Costa do Nascimento, N.C., Batalha, S.S.A., Ruschel, A.R., Lisboa, L.S., Porto, J.I.R., de Souza Corrêa de Melo, S. (2016) Reunião Anual Conjunta dos Projetos Robin e Amazalert: Excursão Técnica. Embrapa Documentos 417. ISSN 1983-0513.
  • Geovana Carreño-Rocabado, Marielos Peña-Claros, Frans Bongers, Sandra Díaz, Fabien Quétier, José Chuviña, and Lourens Poorter. (2016). Land-use intensification effects on functional properties in tropical plant communities. Ecological Applications, 26: 174–189 [Website | DOI: 10.1890/14-0340]

2015

  • M. Equihua Zamora, G. Benítez, O. Pérez Maqueo, A. Hernández, N. García Alaníz, J. Equihua, P. Maeda, M. Kolb, M.Schmidt. (2015). Integridad Ecológica para la Gestión de la Sustentabilidad Ambiental frente al Cambio Climático. In book: Cambio Climático: Adaptación y Mitigación hacia Agendas Siglo XXI, Chapter: 6, Publisher: AGT Editor S.A. de C.V., Editors: Alejandro Yañez-Aranciba. pp.75 – 88
  • Dutrieux, L., Verbesselt, J., Kooistra, L. and Herold, M.. (2015). Monitoring forest cover loss using multiple data streams, a case study of a tropical dry forest in Bolivia, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 107, 112-125 [Website | DOI: 10.1016/j.isprsjprs.2015.03.015]
  • Poorter, L., van der Sande, M. T., Thompson, J., Arets, E. J. M. M., Alarcón, A., Álvarez-Sánchez, J., Ascarrunz, N., Balvanera, P., Barajas-Guzmán, G., Boit, A., Bongers, F., Carvalho, F. A., Casanoves, F., Cornejo-Tenorio, G., Costa, F. R. C., de Castilho, C. V., Duivenvoorden, J. F., Dutrieux, L. P., Enquist, B. J., Fernández-Méndez, F., Finegan, B., Gormley, L. H. L., Healey, J. R., Hoosbeek, M. R., Ibarra-Manríquez, G., Junqueira, A. B., Levis, C., Licona, J. C., Lisboa, L. S., Magnusson, W. E., Martínez-Ramos, M., Martínez-Yrizar, A., Martorano, L. G., Maskell, L. C., Mazzei, L., Meave, J. A., Mora, F., Muñoz, R., Nytch, C., Pansonato, M. P., Parr, T. W., Paz, H., Pérez-García, E. A., Rentería, L. Y., Rodríguez-Velazquez, J., Rozendaal, D. M. A., Ruschel, A. R., Sakschewski, B., Salgado-Negret, B., Schietti, J., Simões, M., Sinclair, F. L., Souza, P. F., Souza, F. C., Stropp, J., ter Steege, H., Swenson, N. G., Thonicke, K., Toledo, M., Uriarte, M., van der Hout, P., Walker, P., Zamora, N. and Peña-Claros, M. (2015). Diversity enhances carbon storage in tropical forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography. [Website | DOI: 10.1111/geb.12364]
  • M. Lohbeck, L. Poorter, M. Martínez-Ramos, F. Bongers. (2015). Biomass is the main driver of changes in ecosystem process rates during tropical forest succession. Ecology. 96:1242–1252 [Website | DOI: 10.1890/14-0472.1]
  • S. Fauset, M.O. Johnson, M. Gloor, T.R. Baker, A. Monteagudo M., R.J.W. Brienen, T.R. Feldpausch, G. Lopez-Gonzalez, Y. Malhi, H. ter Steege, N.C.A. Pitman, C. Baraloto, J. Engel, P. Pétronelli, A. Andrade, J.L.C. Camargo, S.G.W. Laurance, W.F. Laurance, J. Chave, E. Allie, P.N. Vargas, J.W. Terborgh, K. Ruokolainen, M. Silveira, G.A. Aymard C., L. Arroyo, D. Bonal, H. Ramirez-Angulo, A. Araujo-Murakami, D. Neill, B. Hérault, A. Dourdain, A. Torres-Lezama, B.S. Marimon, R.P. Salomão, J.A. Comiskey, M. Réjou-Méchain, M. Toledo, J.C. Licona, A. Alarcón, A. Prieto, A. Rudas, P.J. van der Meer, T.J. Killeen, B.-H. Marimon Junior, L. Poorter, R.G.A. Boot, B. Stergios, E. Vilanova Torre, F.R.C. Costa, C. Levis, J. Schietti, P. Souza, N. Groot, E. Arets, V. Chama Moscoso, W. Castro, E.N. Honorio Coronado, M. Peña-Claros, C. Stahl, J. Barroso, J. Talbot, I. Célia Guimarães Vieira, G. van der Heijden, R. Thomas, V.A. Vos, E.C. Almeida, E. Álvarez Davila, L.E.O.C. Aragão, T.L. Erwin, P.S. Morandi, E. Almeida de Oliveira, M.B.X. Valadão, R.J. Zagt, P. van der Hout, P. Alvarez Loayza, J.J. Pipoly, O. Wang, M. Alexiades, C.E. Cerón, I. Huamantupa-Chuquimaco, A. Di Fiore, J. Peacock, N. C. Pallqui Camacho, R.K. Umetsu, P. Barbosa de Camargo, R.J. Burnham, R. Herrera, C.A. Quesada, J. Stropp, S.A. Vieira, M. Steininger, C. Reynel Rodríguez, Z. Restrepo, A. Esquivel Muelbert, S.L. Lewis, G.C. Pickavance & O.L. Phillips (2015). Hyperdominance in Amazonian forest carbon cycling. Nature Communications, 6 (published online). [Website | DOI: 10.1038/ncomms7857]
  • B. Sakschewski, W. von Bloh, A. Boit, A. Rammig, J. Kattge, L. Poorter, J. Peñuelas and K. Thonicke. (2015). Leaf and stem economics spectra drive diversity of functional plant traits in a dynamic global vegetation model. Global Change Biology (published online). [Website | DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12870]
  • M. Van der Sande, P. Zuidema, and F. Sterck. (2015). Explaining biomass growth of tropical canopy trees: the importance of sapwood. Oecologia, published online. [Website | DOI: 10.1007/s00442-015-3220-y]
  • B. Finegan, M. Peña-Claros, A. de Oliveira, N. Ascarrunz, M.S. Bret-Harte, G. Carreño-Rocabado, F. Casanoves, S. Díaz, P. Eguiguren Velepucha, F. Fernandez, J.C. Licona, L. Lorenzo, B. Salgado Negret, M. Vaz and L. Poorter. (2015). Does functional trait diversity predict above-ground biomass and productivity of tropical forests? Testing three alternative hypotheses. Journal of Ecology, 103: 191–201. [Website | DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12346]
  • P. Sist, E. Rutishauser, M. Peña-Claros, A. Shenkin, B. Hérault, L. Blanc, C. Baraloto, F. Baya, F. Benedet, K.E. da Silva, L. Descroix, J.N. Ferreira, S. Gourlet-Fleury, M.C. Guedes, I. Bin Harun, R. Jalonen, M. Kanashiro, H. Krisnawati, M. Kshatriya, P. Lincoln, L. Mazzei, V. Medjibé, R. Nasi, M.V.N. d’Oliveira, L.C. de Oliveira, N. Picard, S. Pietsch, M. Pinard, H. Priyadi, F.E. Putz, K. Rodney, V. Rossi, A. Roopsind, A.R. Ruschel, N.H.Z. Shari, C. Rodrigues de Souza, F.H. Susanty, E.D. Sotta, M. Toledo, E. Vidal, T.A.P. West, V. Wortel  and T. Yamada. (2015). The Tropical managed Forests Observatory: a research network addressing the future of tropical logged forests. Applied Vegetation Science, 18: 171–174. [Website | DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12125]

2014

  • S. Gebhardt, T. Wehrmann, M.A.M. Ruiz, P. Maeda, J. Bishop, M. Schramm, R. Kopeinig, O. Cartus, J. Kellndorfer, R. Ressl, L. Andrés Santos and  M. Schmidt. (2014). MAD-MEX: Automatic Wall-to-Wall Land Cover Monitoring for the Mexican REDD-MRV Program Using All Landsat Data. Remote Sensing, 6 (5): 3923-3943. [Website | DOI: 10.3390/rs6053923]
  • P. Verweij, M. Simoes, A. Alves, R. Ferraz and A. Cormont. (2014) Linking Bayesian Belief Networks and GIS to assess the Ecosystem Integrity in the Brazilian Amazon, in: D.P. Ames, N.W.T. Quinn, A.E. Rizzoli (Eds.) 7th International Congress on Environmental Modeling and Software (iEMSs), San Diego, California, USA, 2014, pp. 864-871. [Website]

2013

  • A. Barbosa, L. Martorano, D. Costa, L. Lisboa, A. Pereira Naci and M. Pimentel. (2013). Estimativa do potencial erosivo das chuvas em municípios no entorno a Flona Tapajós, Amazônia  (UEPA-ISSN 2316-7637) [Website]
  • M. Pérez-Soba, T. Parr, L. Roupioz, M. Winograd, M.P. Claros, C. Varela-Ortega, N. Ascarrunz, P. Balvanera, P. Bholanath, M. Equihua, L.G. Martorano, L. Jones, M. Maass, K. Thonicke. (2013). Framework for multi-scale integrated impact analyses of climate change mitigation options, in: Impacts World 2013, International Conference on Climate Change Effects, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam, Germany, pp. 182-189. [Website | DOI: 10.2312/pik.2013.001]
  • F. Krausmann, K-H. Erb, S. Gingrich, H. Haberl, A. Bondeau, V. Gaube, C. Lauk, C. Plutzar and T.D. Searchinger. (2013). Global human appropriation of net primary production doubled in the 20th century. PNAS, 110(25): 10324-10329. [Website | DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1211349110]

2012

  • G. Carreño-Rocabado, M. Peña-Claros, F. Bongers, A. Alarcón, J.-C. Licona and L. Poorter. (2012). Effects of disturbance intensity on species and functional diversity in a tropical forest, Journal of Ecology, 100: 1453-1463. [Website | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2745.2012.02015.x]
  • P. Balvanera, M. Uriarte, L. Almeida-Leñero, A. Altesor, F. DeClerck, T. Gardner, J. Hall, A. Lara, P. Laterra, M. Peña-Claros, D.M. Silva Matos, A.L. Vogl, L.P. Romero-Duque, L.F. Arreola, Á.P. Caro-Borrero, F. Gallego, M. Jain, C. Little, R. de Oliveira Xavier, J.M. Paruelo, J.E. Peinado, L. Poorter, N. Ascarrunz, F. Correa, M.B. Cunha-Santino, A.P. Hernández-Sánchez and M. Vallejos. (2012). Ecosystem services research in Latin America: The state of the art, Ecosystem Services, 2: 56-70. [Website | DOI: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2012.09.006]
  • Equihua, M., Parr, T. and Ascarrunz, N. (2012). Biodiverse carbon capture. International Innovation (magazine) [Interactive version – See page 83 | PDF file]

Publications on Mendeley

We have set up a Mendeley group to share journal papers, book chapters and other publications relevant to topics ROBIN is addressing (e.g. biodiversity and climate change mitigation in tropical South and Mesoamerica, ecosystem service provision, socio-ecological consequences, tradeoffs, etc.).

Publications of individual ROBIN members

Use these these links to view publications by members of the ROBIN project.

Selected publications involving ROBIN institutes

Global Carbon Budget 2014, by C. Le Quéré, R. Moriarty, R. M. Andrew, G. P. Peters, P. Ciais, P. Friedlingstein, S. D. Jones, S. Sitch, P. Tans, A. Arneth, T. A. Boden, L. Bopp, Y. Bozec, J. G. Canadell, F. Chevallier, C. E. Cosca, I. Harris, M. Hoppema, R. A. Houghton, J. I. House, T. Johannessen, E. Kato, A. K. Jain, R. F. Keeling, V. Kitidis, K. Klein Goldewijk, C. Koven, C. Landa, P. Landschützer, A. Lenton, I. Lima, G. Marland, J. T. Mathis, N. Metzl, Y. Nojiri, A. Olsen, W. Peters, T. Ono, B. Pfeil, B. Poulter, M. R. Raupach, P. Regnier, C. Rödenbeck, S. Saito, J. E. Salisbury, U. Schuster, J. Schwinger, R. Séférian, J. Segschneider, T. Steinhoff, B. D. Stocker, A. J. Sutton, T. Takahashi, B. Tilbrook, N. Viovy, Y.-P. Wang, R. Wanninkhof, G. Van der Werf, A. Wiltshire, and N. Zeng (2014). Earth System Science Data Discussions, DOI: 10.5194/essdd-7-521-2014 (see also: http://www.globalcarbonproject.org/carbonbudget/)

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Katie Price reveals she DIDN'T go for the chop after all on Loose Women

She shocked fans last week after apparently chopping off her hair to reveal a short bobbed hairdo. But it appears Katie Price was just teasing her fans and wearing a wig as she revealed a long hairstyle during her Loose Women appearance on Tuesday. Although not all of Katie's long hair is real, her actual locks are evidently longer than they appeared on her Instagram last week. Scroll down for video The long locks are back! Model Katie Price shows off her long hair extensions on Loose Women on Tuesday afternoon The mother-of-five admitted she was experimenting with different looks because she is planning to launch a hair extension range. Showing off her long blonde extensions, she told co-panellist Coleen Nolan, Janet Street-Porter and Linda Robson about her changing locks.pre bonded hair She said: 'I have actually had my hair cut, But I'm experimenting with my hair at the minute as I'm bringing out a hair range.' All change: The mother-of-five revealed her bob last week (right) was actually a half-wig A new business venture: Katie admitted she was experimenting with different looks because she is planning to launch a hair extension range

Clearly trying to work out where Katie's real hair began and where the extensions end, Janet asked: 'Is that your hair or is it a mop or something?' Katie joked: 'No, it's a mop... no, it's not real.' As the Instagram of her 'bob' was projected on the screen behind her, Katie admitted her short 'do wasn't a full wig. She explained: 'I had a half-wig in that picture. In the back, it looks real, but I had my hair tucked in.' 'Is it a mop or something?' Janet Street-Porter quizzed her fellow panellist about her current hairdo remy hair extensions It's not real! Katie teased fans last week when posted photos of her wearing a half-wig, making them think she had cut her hair short While the studio audience preferred her shorter style, the former glamour model said she would be sticking to longer hair. Last Thursday, Katie stunned fans when posted photos of her with her 'bob' after a session with her hairstylist Mikey Kardashian. She wrote: 'Omg @itsdash has cut my hair shorter.' Showing an image of the half-wig from behind, she added: 'OMG never been this short lucky I trust @itsdash.' Follow the yellow brick road: Katie pictured arriving at the ITV studios on London's South Bank wearing a pair of ripped jeans, white T-shirt and sequinned ruby high-heels

After Thursday night's horrific terror attack in Nice, concerns were raised for the cast and crew of Fifty Shades of Grey, who were filming nearby. Yet Dakota Johnson had moved away from the horrors of the south of France as she headed to Paris to continue filming the second film in the franchise on Monday. The 26-year-old superstar looked incredibly elegant as she sidled along in a stylish floral dress with a belted waist which she toughened up with chunky flatforms. Scroll down for video perruques cheveux naturels Relocation: Dakota Johnson had moved away from the horrors of the south of France as she headed to Paris to continue filming the second film in the franchise on Monday Dakota, who plays meek Anastasia Steele in the erotic trilogy, looked tremendously chic in her white gown which was adorned with a patchwork floral print in a host of pastel hues. Boosting her already long legs, the brunette beauty sported chic double strap flatforms which added inches to her height. Injecting a superstar touch into the ensemble, Dakota clutched an envy-inducing Hermes Birkin handbag, complete with gold fastenings and a detachable long strap. Coordinating again with the black accents in her ensemble was her over-sized sunglasses which shielded the majority of her face. Stylish: The 26-year-old superstar looked incredibly elegant as she sidled along in a stylish floral dress with a belted waist which she toughened up with chunky flatforms

Initially wearing her hair pulled back in a low-key ponytail, Dakota, who stars opposite Jamie Dornan playing Christian Grey in the movie, later allowed loose locks to cascade over her shoulders. Her trademark long-length fringe was tickling her lashes as she appeared to sport minimal make-up from beneath her glamorous eyewear. The cast arrived in Paris after a stint of filming in south of France, where they were seen taking a dip in the shores before terror struck nearby. A short way from the set, the tragic Bastille Day terror attack in Nice took place, which saw the death of 84 people including 10 children.perruques cheveux Floral fancy: Dakota, who plays meek Anastasia Steele in the erotic trilogy, looked tremendously chic in her white gown which was adorned with a patchwork floral print in a host of pastel hues Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, drove a white lorry drove into the heavily populated Promenade des Anglais crushing people before exiting the vehicle and spraying crowds with bullets. Horrifying footage of the moment the truck turned into a deadly juggernaut were uploaded online within minutes, showing a trail of dead bodies left in its path. The devastating events saw the film's producer Dana Brunetti move to reassure fans that everyone involved with the project was safe. Passing on the message from the whole production team, he wrote on Twitter: 'From production: 'Production has confirmed that everyone working on location in the south of France is okay. ''Everyone has been accounted for and is safe and sound. Thanks for everyone's messages and concerns. Another sad day for France and the world.' Safe and sound: The devastating events saw the film's producer Dana Brunetti move to reassure fans that everyone involved with the project was safe (Dakota pictured with co-star Jamie Dornan)

Mariah Carey and her fiancé James Packer have spent the last few days soaking up the sun on the French Riviera. And the couple looked in suitably good spirits as they arrived for a private dinner with friends in Saint-Tropez on Sunday night. The 46-year-old pop diva stole the spotlight in a plunging tight pink dress while billionaire James, 48, was spotted beaming with pride. Stealing the spotlight! Mariah Carey (left) looked suitably glamourous on holiday in Saint-Tropez, France on Sunday night, while her fiancé James Packer (right) took a notably more casual approach It is understood the couple were walking to an evening soirée with Hollywood director Brett Ratner and James' friend Ben Tilley. James looked like he'd caught the sun recently as he displayed a reddish tan, while Mariah flaunted her beautifully bronzed glow.lace front wigs Meanwhile, the Without You star showed off plenty of cleavage in her stylish bodycon dress which featured a low-cut neckline. No wonder he's smiling! Mariah, 46, displayed plenty of cleavage in tight pink dress with a plunging neckline You're a lucky man, James! The Australian billionaire couldn't stop smiling next to his glamourous fiancée

Mariah gave onlookers a glimpse of her sun-kissed décolletage and also displayed her shapely legs in a pair sheer tights. She styled her sleek brunette hair loosely and accessorised in typically extravagant style with several statement rings. Her partner James, however, took a notably more casual approach in a dark, loose-fitting ensemble. Summer days: James looked like he'd caught the sun recently as he displayed a reddish tan, while Mariah flaunted her beautifully bronzed glow Busty: The US singer displayed plenty of cleavage in her bodycon dress which featured a low-cut neckline The 6ft 6in-tall businessman opted for a navy long-sleeve top with a scooped neck and black trousers.cosplay wigs Meanwhile, Mariah and James got engaged back in January after a whirlwind romance of less than a year. The son of late media tycoon Kerry Packer presented her with a diamond ring with an estimated value of US$7.5 million. A sheer delight! Mariah gave fans a glimpse of her sun-kissed décolletage while flaunting her shapely legs Keeping it casual: James took a more laid back approach in a navy long-sleeve top with a scooped neck Love story: Mariah and James got engaged back in January after a whirlwind romance of less than a year

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