Simone Aparecida Vieira is graduated in Agronomic Engineering (University of São Paulo, 1990), with Masters in Forest Science (University of São Paulo, 1998) and PhD in Science (University of São Paulo, 2003). She was a post-doc researcher at CENA/USP (2004-2008) and University of Lisbon (2008-2010).
Currently, Vieira is a Researcher at State University of Campinas, Environmental Research and Study Centre (NEPAM-UNICAMP) and Associate Professor in Ecosystem Science at Post Graduate program in Environment & Society of NEPAM and in Ecology of Institute of Biology, State University of Campinas (IB/UNICAMP).
She has experience in ecosystem ecology and a major theme of her research has been to study the functioning of Brazilian ecosystems, especially the Amazonian and Atlantic tropical forest, in terms of biogeochemical cycle, including here the forest structure and dynamic and their implication in carbon cycle.
Vieira is part of Steering Committees for Special Programs - BIOTA-FAPESP Program, a member of the editorial board of “PeerJ-Bio” and nominate UNFCCC Expert.
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