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graduate at Engenharia from Universidade do Vale do Paraíba (1980), master's at Geosciences from Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (1997) and ph.d. at Sensoriamento Remoto from Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (2005). Has experience in Computer Science and Geociência, with emphasis in of Geographical Information System and Remote Sensing, acting mainly in the development of applications of these technologies in aquatic ecosystems. Participates in researches in the Geoma (Thematic research cooperative network in environmental modeling of Amazonian), developing models flooded areas behalvior the using remote sensing and in situ data. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Remote Sensing techniques are becoming more popular as a way of studying and monitoring inland water bodies. However, such a technology is still underused in Brazil, due to a lack of bio-optical characterization as well as the little evaluation of remote sensing algorithms to retrieve optical active components. As a way to fill this gap, the Laboratório de Instrumentação para Sistemas A...
The Amazon River floodplain ecosystem is relatively weakly known and studied, when compared to Amazonian terrestrial ecosystems. It is estimated that there are more than 10,000 lakes, with area larger than one hectare (1 ha), of which, less than 1% have been studied. Due to floodplain dimensions, its monitoring is only feasible through orbital remote sensing. Studies conducted by our re...
Amazon aquatic systems have been investigated throughout the years and there is a great deal of knowledge on hydrological processes and aquatic ecology at local level (Huszar et al. 1997 Bonnet et al. 2008, Rudorff et al. 2014a/b) and at large scale (Forsberg et al. 1988, Junk and Piedade, 1997, Wilson et al. 2007). However there is a lack of knowledge on the Optical Properties (OPs) of...
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