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Aline Soterroni joined IIASA’s Ecosystems Services and Management (ESM) Program as a Research Scholar in June 2016. Dr. Soterroni holds a master’s and PhD degree in Applied Computing from the Brazilian National Institute for Space Research (INPE). Her background is in applied mathematics and computing with a special focus on optimization techniques for global optimization. Since 2012, she has contributed to the development of the regional version of the GLOBIOM-Brazil model in the framework of the REDD-PAC project
that has been jointly carried out between IIASA and INPE. She has worked on the harmonization of land use change data in the model, on the adaptation of model variables in order to capture Brazil’s specificities, and on designing future scenarios of land use policy for Brazil, especially the new Brazil’s Forest Code. In the ESM group, Dr. Soterroni will contribute to further developing of GLOBIOM-Brazil and other regional studies.
Last update: 20-JUL-2016
Soterroni A, Mosnier A, Carvalho A, Câmara G, Obersteiner M, Andrade PR, Souza RC, Brock R, et al. (2018). Future environmental and agricultural impacts of Brazil's Forest Code. Environmental Research Letters DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/aaccbb.
Mosnier A, Camara G, Carvalho Ywata A, Havlik P, Kapos V, Kraxner F, Makoudjou A, Mant R, et al. (2016). Disentangling the effects of local and global drivers of deforestation with the GLOBIOM model. In: Global Land Project 3rd Open Science Meeting (GLPOSM16), 24-27 October 2016, China National Convention Center, Beijing, China.
Camara G, Soterroni A, Ramos F, Carvalho A, Andrade P, Souza RS, Mosnier A, Mant R, et al. (2016). Modelling Land Use Change in Brazil:2000-2050 (Dataset). DOI:10.22022/REDD/09-2016.13782.
Câmara G, Ramos F, Soterroni A, Cartaxo R, Andrade P, Buurman M, Affonso A, Espíndola G, et al. (2016). Using Models to inform Policies that meet multiple Objectives. Assessing the Contribution of Brazil's Forest Code to Biodiversity Conservation. INPE, IPEA, IIASA, UNEP-WCMC
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