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B.S. in Environmental Engineering from Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP) (2009), campus of Presidente Prudente. Master and Doctor on Cartographic Sciences from FCT/UNESP (2012 and 2016, respectively). Currently, she is Assistant Professor from Department of Cartography (FCT/UNESP), with interests in areas as remote sensing, geoprocessing, hidrologic optics and environmental modeling. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Among the environmental issues recurrent in Brazil, currently, the forest fires are highlighted due to large burning in Amazon, which has increased in the last years, although this question has been concerned to many decades. The practice of burning causes damages to environmental balance, biodiversity, ecosystems, soil erosion, air quality, climate changes, among others, which are prim...
Land cover mapping is an important tool to acquire useful information for making decision by different managers, such as committees of watershed, urban administration, state and federal environmental institution, among others. From land cover maps it is possible to identify areas of preservation whose management has not been correctly done. This information supplies aids to develop mana...
Reservoirs are artificial aquatic ecosystems that modify the hydrodynamics of rivers. The increased retention time and, consequently, elevation of the nutrients availability time lead to eutrophication of the environment and blooms of algae (phytoplankton). Some species of phytoplankton may produce toxic metabolites for animals and humans. Therefore, the monitoring of water bodies has e...
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