I’m a civil and environmental engineer with training in hydraulics, hydrology and ecosystem modelling. My main research focuses on the assessment and modelling of environmental processes in the (sub)tropics.
As a member of the Prentice's Climate Group (@LabPrentice), I'm currently working in the REALM project supporting the development of theories of optimal allocation of water, energy, and carbon at ecosystem and global levels.
Currently, I'm also a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Reading, within the School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science.
- Ph.D. in Mathematics and Natural sciences, University of Goettingen (Germany), 2017
- M.Sc. in Civil and Environmental Engineering, UFCG (Brazil), 2010
et al., 2020, Ecosystem services of a functionally diverse riparian zone in the Amazon-Cerrado agricultural frontier, Global Ecology and Conservation, Vol:21
et al., 2020, Surface albedo as a proxy for land-cover clearing in seasonally dry forests: Evidence from the Brazilian Caatinga, Remote Sensing of Environment, ISSN:0034-4257, Pages:111250-111250
et al., 2018, Impacts of land-use and land-cover change on stream hydrochemistry in the Cerrado and Amazon biomes, Science of the Total Environment, Vol:635, ISSN:0048-9697, Pages:259-274