Biography

Researcher at the National Institute of Amazonian Research and a visiting researcher at the National Institute for Space. Degree in Agronomy from the University of São Paulo, a master’s degree in Tropical Biology (Ecology) from the National Institute of Amazonian Research and a PhD in Earth System Sciences (Biogeochemistry) from the University of New Hampshire. Takes part in the Large Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in the Amazon (LBA), and in the Terrestrial Carbon Observations Panel (GTOS-TCO).

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Introduction In the last 50 years, the biosphere, upon which humanity depends, has been altered to an unparalleled degree[i]. The current economic model relying on fossil resources and addicted to “growth at all costs” is putting at risk not only life on our planet, but also the world’s economy. The need to react to the […]

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