Dilmar Baretta | Organic Farming | SustainableAg Leadership Award

Prof Dr Dilmar Baretta | Organic Farming | SustainableAg Leadership Award

Rector at  UDESC – Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina, Brazil

Prof. Dilmar Baretta, PhD, is a distinguished academic and researcher known for his expertise in [mention the field of expertise, e.g., Chemistry, Physics, etc.]. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree and has contributed significantly to the field through his research and publications.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

📊 Author Metrics:

  • 📝 123 Documents
  • 📖 1,746 Citations by 1,289 Documents
  • 📈 h-index: 25

🔍 Research Highlights:

  • 🌐 Global fine-resolution data on springtail abundance and community structure.
  • 🌱 Globally invariant metabolism but density-diversity mismatch in springtails.
  • 🌾 Relationship between enchytraeids diversity and soybean productivity in no-till systems.
  • 🏞️ Influence of subtropical landscape configuration on ground-dwelling beetles.
  • 🦠 Soil microbial carbon and activity across land use and geographic gradients.

 

Research Focus 🌱🔬:

🌍 Prof. Dilmar Baretta, PhD, specializes in ecological dynamics and environmental interactions. His research navigates the intricate realms of biodiversity, spanning from “Global fine-resolution data on springtail abundance” to uncovering the “density-diversity mismatch in springtails” in different ecosystems. 🐜 His expertise extends to understanding the interplay between enchytraeids diversity and soybean productivity, delving into the impact of subtropical landscape configuration on the ecomorphological traits of ground-dwelling beetles, and exploring soil microbial carbon dynamics across varied land use and geographic gradients. 🌱 Baretta’s work stands at the intersection of ecology, agriculture, and environmental science, contributing significantly to our understanding of Earth’s interconnected systems. #Ecology #Biodiversity #EnvironmentalScience

 

Publications Top Notes:
  1. Title:Global fine-resolution data on springtail abundance and community structure
    Journal: Scientific Data, 2024
  2. Title:Globally invariant metabolism but density-diversity mismatch in springtails
    Journal: Nature Communications, 2023
  3. Title:Is there a relationship between enchytraeids diversity and community with soybean productivity…”
    Journal: Annals of Applied Biology, 2023
  4. Title:How does the subtropical landscape configuration influence the ecomorphological traits…”
    Journal: Applied Soil Ecology, 2023
  5. Title:Soil microbial carbon and activity along with land use and geographic gradients
    Journal: Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2023

 

 

 

 

Byron Lapo Calderón | Sustainable Agriculture

🌱Dr Byron Lapo Calderón: Leading Researcher in Sustainable Agriculture
Profesor at Universidad Técnica de Machala, Ecuador

🏆Congratulations, Dr Byron Lapo Calderón, on winning the esteemed Best Researcher Award from ResearchW! Your dedication, innovative research, and scholarly contributions have truly made a significant impact in your field. Your commitment to advancing knowledge and pushing the boundaries of research is commendable. Here’s to your continued success in shaping the future of academia and making invaluable contributions to your field. Well done! 👨‍🎓

🌍 Byron Gonzalo Lapo Calderón, born on January 12, 1983, in Machala, Ecuador, is an accomplished individual in the field of chemical engineering and environmental sciences. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the Universidad Técnica de Machala in 2006. Subsequently, Byron pursued a Master’s in Environmental Engineering at the Escuela Politécnica Nacional in 2014. Currently a Ph.D. candidate in Chemical Process Engineering at the Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Spain, Byron has demonstrated his commitment to academic excellence. ! 🥳👏

Professional Profiles: 🎉
Research Focus: 🌍🔬

This person’s research focus spans diverse areas, showcasing a multidisciplinary approach. They delve into sustainable solutions using banana waste for critical rare earth recovery, explore starch gelatinization in Ecuadorian exportable bananas, and address environmental challenges through chitosan-iron (III) systems for mercury and lead sorption. The application of chitosan-based materials extends to neodymium and antimony removal, emphasizing their versatility. Additionally, their work involves assessing mercury levels in Ecuadorian coastal sediments and enhancing electrochemical sensors for chemical oxygen demand determination. The research culminates in innovative methods like Nafion film covers and chitosan-manganese-ferrite magnetic beads for efficient metal recovery.

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