Department of Biology, University of the Azores
Apartado 1422, 9501-801 Ponta Delgada
São Miguel, Azores, Portugal
H Index of Web of Science 17
H Index Google 23
I am a Biophysical Engineer and I hold an MSc in Spatial Planning and a Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences. I'm currently a Research Engineer in Geospatial Sciences and Technologies at IVAR - Research Institute for Volcanology and Risks Assessment, based at the University of the Azores (Portugal). I am also a collaborator of IERS (Island Environmental Risks & Society) at the Azorean Biodiversity Group and cE3c. My current research is especially focused on the development of geospatial applications, products, and indicators able to support decision-making on Natural Hazards' mapping and assessment, Spatial Planning, MAES (Mapping and Assessment of Ecosystem Services), and Coastal/Land Management in Islands.
Costa, T.M.M., Gil, A., Timóteo, S., Ceia, R.S., Coelho, R. & de la Cruz Martin, A. (2023) How many Azores bullfinches (Pyrrhula murina) are there in the world? Case study of a threatened species.Diversity, 15(5), 685. DOI:10.3390/d15050685 (IF2022 2,4; Q3 Ecology)
Barriguinha, A., Jardim, B., Castro Neto, M. & Gil, A. (2022) Using NDVI, climate data and machine learning to estimate yield in the Douro wine region.International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 114, 103069. DOI:10.1016/j.jag.2022.103069 (IF2022 7,5; Q1 Remote Sensing)
Machado, R., Duarte, L.N., Gil, A., Sousa-Neves, N., Pirnat, J. & Santos, P. (2022) Supporting the spatial management of invasive alien plants through assessment of landscape dynamics and connectivity.Restoration Ecology, 30(5), e13592. DOI:10.1111/rec.13592 (IF2021 4,181; Q2 Ecology)
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