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bachelor's at Engenharia Agronomica from Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (1995), master's at Agronomia from Universidade de São Paulo (1998) and doctorate at Agronomia from Universidade de São Paulo (2002). Has experience in Agronomy, acting on the following subjects: sensoriamento remoto, geoprocessamento, solos, geoprocessamamento and radiometria. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Nitrogen is an essential nutrient for crop production, interacting in a very complex system with environment, so its monitoring is therefore important, both economically as well as environmentally. In recent years, the use of remote sensing has expanded in agricultural sciences, providing a useful tool to monitor and manage such activities, including the nitrogen fertilizer administrati...
The remote sensing is widely used to evaluate the chemical and physical soils characteristics, how a source of quick, not destructive and cheaper information. The objective of this word will be evaluating the chemicals and physicals changes caused by application of sugar cane residue (vinasse) on profile spectral response of a Nitosol. The experiment will be installed on Areão Farm (22º...
The intensification of extremes phenomena due to the climate changes can be observed in the Brazil's southeast region, for example the extended period of no rain that reached the Piracicaba region in 2014. This reality witnessed amplifies the necessity of actions that aim to improve the resilience facing these impacts. The sugar-cane culture has great economic importance at this region,...
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