- Research Grants
Giuliano Maselli Locosselli in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
|News published in Agência FAPESP Newsletter about the researcher|
|Air pollution affects tree growth in São Paulo|
|Trees reveal the evolution of environmental pollution|
About 68% of the world's population will be living in the cities by 2050. Megacities such as São Paulo already suffer the exacerbated effects of climate change due to heat islands and impermeable surfaces, along with the harm caused by the environmental pollution. The conditions of the urban environment can be improved using the ecosystem services of trees that include carbon sequestrat...
Tree rings are one of the most reliable natural archives, which is able to produce reconstructions with annual resolution. It has being largely used for the reconstruction of climate and pollution data prior to instrumental records, in both temperate and tropical regions. The aim of the present study is to reconstruct the climate and the atmospheric pollution in five regions of São Paul...
More than half of world's population lives in cities and it will reach 66% by 2050. A share of this population lives in the mega-cities with 10 million or more inhabitants, often found in poor and / or developing countries. In these countries, the mega-cities experienced a rapid and unplanned growth that resulted in strong inequalities and environmental degradation. This condition makes...
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(References retrieved automatically from State of São Paulo Research Institutions)
LOCOSSELLI, Giuliano Maselli. Análise integrada de dendrocronologia, anatomia e isótopos estáveis de carbono de duas espécies de jatobá (Hymenaea, Leguminosae) para identificação de possíveis efeitos da elevação do CO2 atmosférico e mudanças climáticas. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Biociências. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo. (06/58698-0)