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I received a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the New University of Lisbon in 2008 and I am currently working with the Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Modeling Research Group of cE3c, under a contract supported by the FCT IF program. I am also a guest researcher at the Wageningen University in the Netherlands. My research focuses on the impacts of climatic variability on agriculture, forests and water resources.
Recently I have been involved in the coordination team of several research projects on hydrological variability, such as FRISCO: managing Fire-induced RISks of water quality Contamination; SWELL - Shared Waters Enhancement and Loughs Legacy: Simulating hydrological, nutrient and bacterial processes in northern Irish rivers draining to Lough Foyle, Carlingford Lough and Dundrum bay; and MASCC: Mediterranean Agricultural Soils Conservation under global Change. I am also in the coordinating committee of COST Action FIRELINKS: Fire in the Earth System: Science & Society.
My current research is driven by three major goals: i) assessing the response of socio-hydrological systems to climatic variability in the Mediterranean; ii) evaluating the eco-hydrological response of forested landscapes to fire disturbances; and iii) developing new methodologies to simulate hydrological systems adapted to Mediterranean conditions.
Gai, L., Nunes, J.P., Baartman, J.E., Zhang, H., Wang, F., de Roo, A., Ritsema, C.J. & Geissen, V. (2019) Assessing the impact of human interventions on floods and low flows in the Wei River Basin in China using the LISFLOOD model.Science of the Total Environment, 563, 1077-1094. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.10.379 (IF2018 5,589; Q1 Environmental Sciences)
Smetanová, A., Nunes, J.P., Symenoakis, E., Brevik, E., Schindelwolf, M., Ciampalini, R. (2019) Mapping and modelling soil erosion to address societal challenges in a changing world.Land Degradation & Development, Online early, . DOI:10.1002/ldr.3319 (IF2018 4,275; Q1 Soil Sciences)
Häusler, M., Nunes, J.P., Silva, J.M., Keizer, J.J., Warneke, T. & Pereira, J.M. (2019) A promising new approach to estimate drought indices for fire danger assessment using remotely sensed data.Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 274, 195-209. DOI:10.1016/j.agrformet.2019.04.015 (IF2018 4,189; Q1 Forestry)
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