- Research Grants
Graduated in Geology from University of São Paulo (2012), got his master's (2016) and doctorate (2019) in Geochemistry and Geotectonics from the University of São Paulo. Interested in Geochemistry, Sediment Dynamics and Paleoclimatology. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Archives like marine sediment cores register environmental conditions through proxies in an indirect way. Thus, the appropriate reconstruction of paleoenvironmental changes rely on understanding the relationship between the aimed original environmental signal and the analyzed proxy. Here we will (i) determine how environmental signals are recorded in modern fluvial sediments, and (ii) a...
The Amazon Rainforest and the Amazon River System are unique ecosystemssupporting the world´s largest terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity. Those ecosystemsalso have an important role for the global climate system and precipitation distributionin South America. The Xingu and Tapajós Rivers are the largest clear water tributariesof the Amazon River. Both rivers stand out due to their spe...
The Xingu River is a large clearwater tributary in the eastern Amazon with unique biodiversity and socioeconomic importance. Anthropogenic impacts such as deforestation and hydropower dams building can promote shifts in hydroclimate and sedimentation, affecting ecosystems and carbon cycling. Severe climatic changes are expected to affect the eastern Amazon during the next decades. Howev...
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
|Data from Web of Science|