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Degree in Agronomy Engineering from the University of São Paulo (2008), a Master's degree in Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture from the Agronomic Institute of Campinas (2011) and a PhD in Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture from the Agronomic Institute of Campinas (2016). Currently holds a postdoctoral degree in environmental modeling at the State University of Campinas. Has experience in the area of Agronomy, with emphasis on soil fertility and fertilization, working mainly on the following topics: sugarcane, pasture, biogeochemical cycles, fertilizers, urease and nitrification inhibitors, greenhouse gas emissions, nitrous oxide and metagenome. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
This post doc will analyze new geospatial data from Australia on productivity of livestock systems on pasture around globe. The project will assess the yield gap of pasture systems within specific conditions of climate and assess the potential for intensification of pasture associated with raising the lowest performing systems around the globe up to levels approaching the best performin...
Urea, the most common N fertilizer in agriculture, is rapidly hydrolyzed in soils by the enzyme urease and is subject to high losses of N through NH3 volatilization. Several products have been tested as urease inhibitors in order to reduce NH3 losses when urea is surface-applied to soils, including inorganic salts of Cu and B, and urea analogs such as N-n-(butyl) phosphoric acid triamid...
The present proposal of visiting postdoctoral fellowship (BEPE) is a part of a thematic project that is proposed focused on global-scale geospatial analysis relevant to bioenergy. This 3-year thematic project, conceived as a contribution to the Global Sustainable Bioenergy (GSB) initiative, is structured into three tasks with objectives corresponding to targeted papers with tentative ti...
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