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Luciana Vanni Gatti


Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia e Inovações (Brasil). Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Researcher at the National Institute for Space Research / Science Center of the Earth System and professor of graduate of Nuclear Technology Course IPEN / University of São Paulo. Scholarship CNPq level 1D. Coordinates the Greenhouse Gas Laboratory (LaGEE), part of LaPBio / CCST / INPE. Operates since 2003 mainly on research in the area of Climate Change, focused on understanding the role of Amazonia in the greenhouse gases Balances and the effect of climate variables in these statements. Operates in the areas of chemistry of the atmosphere, with an emphasis on trace Gas Analysis and Environmental Chemistry, acting on the following topics: greenhouse gases, atmospheric interactions, trace gases, volatile organic compounds. Graduated in Chemistry in FFCLRP- Ribeirão Preto, University of São Paulo (1987), Master in Chemistry Analytics from the University of São Paulo - São Carlos IQF (1991) and PhD in Science - UFSCar - Department of Chemistry (1997). Specialist in high precision greenhouse gases measurements and studies on regional scale using small aircraft measures. Coordinates international cooperation projects in partnership primarily with NOAA, University of Colorado, University of Leeds, Leicester, Wageningen, Edinburgh, among others. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

Articles published in Pesquisa FAPESP Magazine about the researcher:
Se duplican en la Amazonia las emisiones recientes de dióxido de carbono, el principal gas de efecto invernadero 
Emissions of carbon dioxide—the most abundant greenhouse gas—double in the Amazon 
The Amazon produces 8% of the planet's methane 
La Amazonia produce el 8 % del metano del planeta 
The Amazon produces 8% of the planet's methane 
La amazonia produce el 8 % del metano del planeta 
La Amazonia pierde aliento 
The Amazon is losing gas 
The Amazon is now a source of CO<sub>2</sub> 
Ahora la Amazonia es fuente de CO<sub>2<sub> 
La selva de la lluvia 
The rainforest 
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