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Janaina Braga do Carmo


Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCAR). Centro de Ciências e Tecnologias para a Sustentabilidade (CCTS)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

graduate at Agronomia from Universidade de São Paulo (1998), master's at Agronomy from Universidade de São Paulo (2001) and ph.d. at Agronomy from Universidade de São Paulo (2004). Has experience in Agronomy, focusing on Microbiology and Biochemist of the Soil, acting on the following subjects: carbono, fluxo de gases, amazônia, efeito estufa and trace gas. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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Un cañamelar más limpio 
Cleaner sugarcane fields 
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FAPESP Week France 2019 - Janaina Braga do Carmo

Published in November 25, 2019 - Agência FAPESP. Greenhouse gas emissions from sugarcane production in São Paulo state. Lessons learned from the field, Brazil is the largest producer of sugarcane in the world for the production of ethanol (renewable energy) and sugar. Soil management, use of nitrogen fertilizer and residues from ethanol production such as vinasse, filter cake and post-harvest straw can compromise crop sustainability increasing greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). Another important issue is the expansion of sugarcane in pasture areas, characterizing a land use change, which may alter the dynamics and balance of GHG emissions in Brazilian agriculture. Our goal is to know the GHG emissions during the conversion of pastures to sugarcane and during conventional cultivation, considering usual management practices, to propose management alternatives to reduce emissions and increase the sustainability of the production system. Read more about FAPESP Week France 2019:
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HIDROSOLO BR5120210029151 - Fundação Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCar); Universidade de São Paulo (USP).. DEBORA ZUMKELLER SABONARO (UFSCar) ; VANDERLEI DOS SANTOS (UFSCar) ; LUIZ ANTONIO MARTINELLI (USP) e JANAÍNA BRAGA DO CARMO (UFSCar). - November 2021, 30

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