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Bachelor and Master degrees obtained from the Universitá degli Studi di Milano (Italy) in 2004 and 2007, respectively, and PhD in Natural Sciences from the ETH - Zurich (Switzerland) in 2012. I have experience in Geosciences, focusing on stratigraphy, sedimentology, stable isotopes geochemistry, geobiology, paleoceanography, and paleoclimatology. I did my PhD on Cretaceous paleoceanography and then studied changes in climate and carbon cycle in various geologic periods, from Neoproterozoic to recent. Currently I am professor at the University of Brasilia (Brazil), teaching Sedimentary Geology, Sedimentary Petrology, Paleoceanography and Paleoclimate, Geological Mapping, and Geochemical Tools for Paleoclimate Studies. I participated to the IODP expedition 371 in August and September 2017. I coordinate research projects on Neoproterozoic carbonates in Brazil, Tacutu Basin (Roraima), and Cenozoic successions in the Tasman Sea and Brazilian Equatorial Margin. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
This project will apply carbon and oxygen isotope geochemistry (d13C and d18O) on carbonate sediments, in order to perform detailed paleocenaographic reconstructions for the Eocene-Oligocene period. High-resolution d13C and d18O records will be obtained from several archives in different part of the world. A robust chemostratigraphic reference curve will be established and the major pal...
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