- Research Grants
Doctorate from Princeton University (1990). Currently Research Scientist with the United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service and Visiting Researcher at EMBRAPA Satellite Monitoring. Experience in ecology, focusing on ecosystems ecology, biogeochemistry, and remote sensing. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Although deforestation in the Amazon have been decreasing during the last decade, processes associated with forest degradation such as logging, fragmentation, and understory fires still contribute significantly to the carbon cycle. However, the impact of forest degradation processes on carbon cycle remains very uncertain, and observation-based studies are often too short to characterize...
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