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Késia Silva Lourenço

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Secretaria de Agricultura e Abastecimento (São Paulo - Estado). Agência Paulista de Tecnologia dos Agronegócios (APTA). Instituto Agronômico (IAC)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Késia Silva Lourenço completed her BSc degree in Agronomic Engineering at the University of Santa Catarina (UDESC), Brazil in 2010. During her bachelor, she worked on soil fertility and plant nutrition. After that, she continued her education. In 2011 she started her MSc studies in soil management at the University of Santa Catarina, Brazil. During her MSc thesis at the group of Chemical and Soil Fertility, she studied the reactions of N in the soil after application of organic and inorganic fertilizers in the presence or absence of urease inhibitors under the supervision of Prof. dr. Paulo Roberto Ernani. For this work, she received a grant from "Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES). In 2013, she started her PhD project in collaboration with Agronomic Institute of Campinas (IAC) and Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO/KNAW) under the supervision of Dr. Heitor Cantarella, Prof. dr. J.A. van Veen and Dr. Eiko E. Kuramae. In 2013, she moved to Campinas, Brazil and started her PhD research under the supervision of Dr Heitor Cantarella (IAC) where she did the experimental work and greenhouse gas analyses. In 2015 she moved to the Netherlands and continued her PhD under supervision of Dr. Eiko E. Kuramae (NIOO­KNAW) and Prof. dr. J.A. van Veen (NIOO­KNAW and Leiden University). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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LOURENCO, KESIA S.; DIMITROV, MAURICIO R.; PIJL, AGATA; SOARES, JOHNNY R.; DO CARMO, JANAINA B.; VAN VEEN, JOHANNES A.; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; KURAMAE, EIKO E.. Dominance of bacterial ammonium oxidizers and fungal denitrifiers in the complex nitrogen cycle pathways related to nitrous oxide emission. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, v. 10, n. 9, p. 645-660, . Web of Science Citations: 5. (13/50365-5, 13/12716-0, 14/24141-5)

LOURENCO, KESIA S.; CASSMAN, NORIKO A.; PIJL, AGATA S.; VAN VEEN, JOHANNES A.; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; KURAMAE, EIKO E.. Nitrosospira sp Govern Nitrous Oxide Emissions in a Tropical Soil Amended With Residues of Bioenergy Crop. FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY, v. 9, . Web of Science Citations: 3. (13/50365-5, 13/12716-0, 14/24141-5)

LOURENCO, KESIA SILVA; ROSSETTO, RAFFAELLA; VITTI, ANDRE CESAR; MONTEZANO, ZAQUEU FERNANDO; SOARES, JOHNNY RODRIGUES; SOUSA, RAFAEL DE MELO; DO CARMO, JANAINA BRAGA; KURAMAE, EIKO EURYA; CANTARELLA, HEITOR. Strategies to mitigate the nitrous oxide emissions from nitrogen fertilizer applied with organic fertilizers in sugarcane. Science of The Total Environment, v. 650, n. 1, p. 1476-1486, . Web of Science Citations: 1. (13/50365-5, 13/12716-0, 14/24141-5)

LOURENCO, KESIA SILVA; SULEIMAN, AFNAN K. A.; PIJL, A.; VAN VEEN, J. A.; CANTARELLA, H.; KURAMAE, E. E.. Resilience of the resident soil microbiome to organic and inorganic amendment disturbances and to temporary bacterial invasion. MICROBIOME, v. 6, . Web of Science Citations: 2. (13/50365-5, 13/12716-0, 14/24141-5)

SULEIMAN, AFNAN KHALIL AHMAD; LOURENCO, KESIA SILVA; PITOMBO, LEONARDO MACHADO; MENDES, LUCAS WILLIAM; WURDIG ROESCH, LUIZ FERNANDO; PIJL, AGATA; CARMO, JANAINA BRAGA; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; KURAMAE, EIKO EURYA. Recycling organic residues in agriculture impacts soil-borne microbial community structure, function and N2O emissions. Science of The Total Environment, v. 631-632, p. 1089-1099, . Web of Science Citations: 2. (13/12716-0, 12/50694-6, 14/24141-5)

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