Mr Fabio Alves Correa Alves
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Supervisors: Dr. Martin Stokes and Dr. Sarah Boulton
I'm a Geographer. I've master's degree in Remote Sensing at INPE in Brazil. I'm a PhD student from Brazil, but now I'm developing part of my research in the University of Plymouth, England. I've been working with neotectonics investigation in rivers and landforms in the Paraíba Basin, northeastern Brazil. To do that, I've been using several geological and remote sensing data, including digital elevation models and geomorphic indices.
(2016-2020): PhD student in remote sensing at National Institute for Space Research (INPE) - Brazil
(2013-2015): Master's degree in Remote Sensing at INPE - Brazil
(2009-2013): Bachelor's degree in Physical Geography
2017: Grants to attend the 9th International Conference on Geomorphology in India – ‘Top 20 young geomorphologists’ - International Association of Geomorphologists (IAG);
2016: Grants to attend the National Symposium of Geomorphology, Brazilian Geomorphology Union;
2016: Finalist of the awards ‘Young geomorphologist - Reinhard Maack’ and ‘Best dissertation in geomorphology - Aziz Ab´Saber’, granted by the Brazilian Geomorphology Union.
Brazilian Geomorphology Union
Quaternary; Fluvial geomorphology; Structural geomorphology; Remote sensing; Geographic Information System and Geoprocessing.
January 2016 to September 2016: Mapping Amazonian biodiversity at multiple scales by integrating geology and ecology. National Institute for Space Research (INPE) – São José dos Campos/SP – Brazil. Position: Scholarship student of Institutional Capacity Program (PCI). Supervisor: Márcio de Morisson Valeriano. Title of the research: Developing methods applied for mapping of Quaternary and Neogene sedimentary units of the western Amazonia. Research’s coordinator: Dilce de Fátima Rossetti. Funding: Research Funding Institute of the State of São Paulo – FAPESP (Project # 13/50475-5);
2013-2014: Post-rift tectono-sedimentary evolution in the Paraíba Basin, northeastern Brazil. National Institute for Space Research (INPE) – São José dos Campos/SP – Brazil. Position: Master student. Research’s coordinator: Dilce de Fátima Rossetti. Funding: Research Funding Institute of the State of São Paulo - FAPESP (Project #2012/06010-5).
Key publications are highlightedJournals
Gouveia, N.A. Alves, F.C. and Pereira, L.O. 2019. Pre-processing of Sentinel-1 C-band SAR images based on
incidence angle correction for dark target detection. Remote Sensing Letters, 10: 939-948;
Alves, F.C. Rossetti, D.F. Valeriano, M.M. and Andrades Filho C.O. 2019. Neotectonics in the South American passive margin: Evidence of Late Quaternary uplifting in the northern Paraiba Basin (NE Brazil). Geomorphology, 325: 1-16;
Alves, F.C. and Rossetti, D.F. 2017. Late Holocene coastal dynamics and relative sea-level changes in the littoral of Paraíba, northeastern Brazil. Progress in Physical Geography, 41: 375-392;
Alves, F.C. and Rossetti, D.F. 2017. Neotectonic record in South American passive margin based on morphostructural analysis of northern Paraíba Basin, Brazil. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, 61: 95-108;
Rossetti, D.F. Alves, F.C. and Valeriano, M.M. 2017. A tectonically-triggered late Holocene seismite in the southern Amazonian lowlands, Brazil. Sedimentary Geology, 358: 70-83;
2017: Geomorphology Field Training in Tectonically Active Mountain Regions. International Association of
Geomorphologists - IAG and European Geosciences Union - EGU, India. Course load: 40h;
2013: OSL (Optically stimulated luminescence) dating. State University of São Paulo (USP), São Paulo/SP
Brazil. Course load: 40 h;
2014 to present: Group member of Landscapes in Time and Space (PATES) at National Institute for Space
Research (INPE) – São José dos Campos/SP – Brazil
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Fabio_Alves7
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