I received a Master degree in Agronomy, Hortofruticulture from University of Algarve in 2014. My dissertation topic was: “Precision Fruticulture: Productivity and Quality Spatial Variability Assessment in Pear (Pyrus communis L.) cv. Rocha”. Currently, I am a grant research holder within the project Adapt For Change under the supervision of Cristina Branquinho at the Ecology of Environmental Change Research Group of cE3c.
My interest is focused on the application of remote sensing technology in ecological assessments, particularly agronomic and forestry variables.
Nunes, A., Köbel, M., Pinho, P., Matos, P., Costantini, E.A.C., Soares, C., de Bello, F., Correia, O. & Branquinho, C. (2019) Local topographic and edaphic factors largely predict shrub encroachment in Mediterranean drylands.Science of the Total Environment, 657, 310-318. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.11.475 (IF2017 4,610; Q1 Environmental Sciences)
Soares, C., Príncipe, A., Köbel, M., Nunes, A., Branquinho, C. & Pinho, P. (2018) Tracking tree canopy cover changes in space and time in High Nature Value Farmland to prioritize reforestation efforts.International Journal of Remote Sensing, 39(14), 4714-4726. DOI:10.1080/01431161.2018.1475777 (IF2017 1,782; Q2 Imaging Science & Photographic Technology)
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