Curriculum Vitae

Artur José Freire Gil

Data da última atualização »Last update : 21/11/2017


Artur Gil concluiu Doutoramento em Ciências Ambientais pela Universidade dos Açores em 2012. É Investigador Pós-Doutoral FCT no Ce3C e Universidade dos Açores na área de Deteção Remota aplicada à produção de indicadores para avaliação e monitorização ambiental em sistemas agrícolas e em zonas remotas, com especial incidência para os sistemas insulares. Publicou 37 artigos em revistas especializadas indexadas e 2 capítulos de livros com arbitragem científica, tendo editado dois livros. Co-orientou 1 tese de doutoramento, orientou 2 dissertações de mestrado e está actualmente a orientar/co-orientar 3 teses de doutoramento e 2 Teses de Mestrado com aplicações de Detecção Remota e Tecnologias Geoespaciais nas áreas de Ciências da Terra e do Ambiente, Ciências da Paisagem e Ciências Agrárias. Recebeu 7 bolsas altamente competitivas. É ou já foi membro de vários projectos de investigação nacionais e internacionais financiados pela FCT, pela Comissão Europeia (H2020, FP7, PCT-MAC e COST) e pelo MIT (EUA). Atua nas áreas de Ciências Naturais com ênfase em Ciências da Terra e do Ambiente; Engenharia e Tecnologia com ênfase em Engenharia do Ambiente; Ciências Agrárias com ênfase em Agricultura e Silvicultura; Ciências Biológicas com ênfase em Ecologia e Conservação da Natureza; e Ciências Exactas com ênfase em Ciências da Computação e da Informação. Nas suas actividades profissionais interagiu com 173 colaboradores em co-autorias de trabalhos científicos. No seu curriculum DeGóis os termos mais frequentes na contextualização da produção científica e tecnológica são: Recursos Naturais, Detecção Remota, SIG, Ilhas, Floresta, Agricultura, Ecologia, Geografia, Gestão, Ordenamento e Planeamento.


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Dados pessoais (Personal data)
Nome completo
Full name
Artur José Freire Gil
Nome em citações bibliográficas
Quoting name
Gil, A.
Categoria profissional
Position
Investigador Pós-Doutoral FCT
Domínio científico de atuação
Scientific domain
Ciências Naturais-Ciências da Terra e do Ambiente.
Engenharia e Tecnologia-Engenharia do Ambiente.
Ciências Agrárias-Agricultura, Silvicultura e Pescas.
Ciências Exactas-Ciências da Computação e da Informação.
Ciências Naturais-Ciências Biológicas.
Ciências Sociais-Geografia Económica e Social.
Endereço profissional
Professional address
Universidade dos Açores
Departamento de Biologia
Ce3C - Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes
Campus Universitário de Ponta Delgada
9501-801 Ponta Delgada
Portugal
Correio electrónico: arturgil@uac.pt
Homepage: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Artur_Gil
Sexo
Gender
Masculino»Male




Graus Académicos (Academic Degrees)
2008-2012 Doutoramento
Phd
Doutoramento em Ciências Ambientais (4 anos » years) .
Universidade dos Açores, Portugal.

2004-2007 Mestrado
Master degree
Ordenamento do Território e Planeamento Ambiental (2 anos » years) .
Universidade dos Açores, Portugal.

2004 Licenciatura
Licentiate degree
Engenharia Biofísica (5 anos » years) .
Universidade de Évora, Portugal.





Vínculos profissionais (Professional Positions)
Universidade dos Açores
Jul/2015-Actual Investigador Pós-Doutoral FCT
Jan/2012-Jun/2015 Investigador Pós-Doutoral FRCT
Jan/2008-Dez/2011 Doutorando FRCT





Projetos de Investigação (Research projects)
Participação como Investigador
Participation as Researcher
2016-2018
ESMERALDA: ENHANCING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES MAPPING FOR POLICY AND DECISION MAKING
Referência do projeto»Project reference: H2020-SC5-2014- CSA.
H2020

2013-2017
European Information System for Alien Species
Referência do projeto»Project reference: COST Project 2012-1-12550.

2011-2013
DORIS_NET: Downstream Observatory organized by Regions active in Space – Network. Coordinated and Support Action within Seventh Research Framework Programme FP7 3rd Space Call.
Referência do projeto»Project reference: SPA.2010.1.1-07 CSA.
FP7

2010-2013
SMARTPARKS: Protected Areas’ Planning and Management System for small islands
Referência do projeto»Project reference: PTDC/AAC-AMB/098786/2008.
FCT Project

2010-2012
SATELMAC: Using High-resolution Satellite Data for Land Management in Macaronesian Archipelagos.
Referência do projeto»Project reference: PCT-MAC 2007-2013 (INTERREG).
PCT-MAC 2007-2013 (INTERREG)

2010-2012
WOODY BIOMASS: Assessing the use of woody biomass for energy production in the Azores Islands
Referência do projeto»Project reference: Green Island / MIT Portugal.
Green Island / MIT Portugal






Línguas (Languages)
Compreende
Understandig
Português (Bem), Inglês (Bem), Francês (Bem), Espanhol (Bem).
Fala
Speaking
Português (Bem), Inglês (Bem), Francês (Bem), Espanhol (Bem).

Reading
Português (Bem), Inglês (Bem), Francês (Bem), Espanhol (Bem).
Escreve
Writing
Português (Bem), Inglês (Bem), Francês (Bem), Espanhol (Bem).




Prémios e títulos (Awards Prizes, and Honours)
2014 Bolsa de Mobilidade ALIEN CHALLENGE na Université de Paris Denis Diderot (Paris, França), Programa COST da União Europeia.
2013 Bolsa de Mobilidade UNAMUNO na Universidade da Madeira (Funchal, Portugal), Programa Comunitário de Cooperação Inter-regiões PCT-MAC.
2012 Bolsa de Pós-Doutoramento M3.1.7/F/005/2011, Governo Regional dos Açores.
2010 Bolsa de Mobilidade Antero de Quental na Universidade de Massachusetts (Amherst, EUA) , FLAD – Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento.
2008 Bolsa de Mobilidade UNAMUNO na Universidade das Antilhas e Guiana (Guadeloupe, França) , Programa Comunitário de Cooperação Inter-regiões INTERREG.
2008 Bolsa de Doutoramento M3.1.2/F/025/2007, Governo Regional dos Açores.
2015 Bolsa de Pós-Doutoramento SFRH/BPD/100017/2014, FCT - Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia.




Membro de Associações Profissionais/Científicas (Professional/Scientific Association membership)
Jan/2008 - Set/2015 Ordem dos Engenheiros, Membro.
Membro do Colégio de Agronomia.




Produção científica, técnica e artística/cultural (Scientific, technical and artistical/cultural production)
Livros publicados/organizados ou edições
Published/organized books or Editions
1. Costa, J.C.; Ferreira, V.; Santos, H.; Pereira, P.; Carreira, D.; Gil, A.. eds. 2015. LIVRO DE ATAS DO SASIG 2015 ed. 1, ISBN: 978-989-732-663-9. Lisboa: ISCTE – INSTITUTO UNIVERSITÁRIO DE LISBOA & OSGEO-PT.
2. Calado, Helena; Gil, A.. eds. 2010. Geographic Technologies applied to Marine Spatial Planning and Integrated Coastal Zone Management ed. 1, ISBN: 978-972-8612-64-1. Ponta Delgada: Universidade dos Açores.

Capítulos de livros publicados
Published book chapters
1. Gil, A.; Fonseca, C.; Calado, H.. 2015. Participatory planning for the definition of sustainable mobility strategies in small islands: a case study in São Miguel Island (Azores, Portugal).  In Sustainable Transportation in Natural and Protected Areas, ed. Francesco Orsi, 181 - 192. ISBN: 978-1-13-878857-2. London, UK: Routledge.
Protected areas are at the centre of nature-based tourism, which is increasingly popular across the world. As visitor numbers increase, so does awareness of the harmful effects that large crowds may have on both natural resources and individuals’ recreational experience. This volume considers the challenge of transportation to and within natural and protected areas, the improvement of which has already been recognised as having great potential for mitigating the environmental impacts of ecotourism.

2. Costa, Hugo; Bettencourt, Maria J; Silva, Carlos M. N; Teodósio, Joaquim; Gil, A.; Silva, Luís. 2013. Invasive Alien Plants in the Azorean Protected Areas: Invasion Status and Mitigation Actions.  In Plant Invasions in Protected Areas, ed. Llewellyn C. FoxcroftPetr PyšekDavid M. RichardsonPiero Genovesi, 375 - 394. ISBN: 978-94-007-7749-1. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands.

Artigos em revistas com arbitragem científica
Papers in periodics with scientific refereeing
1. Fernandes, J.P.; Freire, M.; Guiomar, N.; Gil, A.. 2017. "Using modeling tools for implementing feasible land use and nature conservation governance systems in small islands – The Pico Island (Azores) case-study", Journal of Environmental Management 189, 1: 1 - 13.
2. Patiño, Jairo; Whittaker, Robert J; Borges, Paulo A; Fernández-Palacios, José M; Ah-Peng, Claudine; Araújo, Miguel B; ¿?vila, Sergio P; Cardoso, Pedro; Cornuault, Josselin; de Boer, E. J; de Nascimento, L; Gil, Artur; González-Castro, Aarón; Gruner, Daniel S; Heleno, Ruben; Hortal, Joaquín; Illera, Juan C; Kaiser-Bunbury, Christopher N; Matthews, Thomas J; Papadopoulou, Anna; Pettorelli, Nathalie; Price, Jonathan P; Santos, Ana M. C; Steinbauer, Manuel J; Triantis, Kostas A; Valente, Luis; Vargas, Pablo; Weigelt, Patrick; Emerson, Brent C. 2017. "A roadmap for island biology: 50 fundamental questions after 50 years of The Theory of Island Biogeography ", Journal of Biogeography 44, 5: 963 - 983.
3. Godinho, Sérgio; Guiomar, Nuno; Gil, Artur. 2017. "Estimating tree canopy cover percentage in a mediterranean silvopastoral systems using Sentinel-2A imagery and the stochastic gradient boosting algorithm", International Journal of Remote Sensing, 1: 1 - 23.
4. Gil, Artur; Fonseca, Catarina; Benedicto-Royuela, José. 2017. "Land Cover Trade-offs in Small Oceanic Islands: A Temporal Analysis of Pico Island, Azores", Land Degradation & Development, 1: 1 - 12.
5. Picanço, Ana; Gil, Artur; Rigal, François; Borges, Paulo A. 2017. "Pollination services mapping and economic valuation from insect communities: a case study in the Azores (Terceira Island)", Nature Conservation 18, 1: 1 - 25.
6. Benedicto Royuela, J; Hervías Parejo, S; de la C. A; Geraldes, Pedro; Costa, Luis T; Gil, Artur. 2017. "The socio-economic impact of conservation: the Safe Islands for Seabirds LIFE project", Oryx, 1: 1 - 8.
7. Couto, João; Tiago, Teresa; Gil, A.; Tiago, Flávio; Faria, Sandra. 2016. "It’s hard to be green: Reverse green value chain", Environmental Research 149, 1: 302 - 313.
8. Gil, A.; Pacheco-Vieira, Catarina; Yu, Qian; Abadi, M.; Calado, Helena. 2016. "MAPPING THE ECOLOGICAL STRUCTURE IN SMALL ISLANDS - THE CASE-STUDY OF S. MIGUEL ISLAND (ARCHIPELAGO OF THE AZORES, PORTUGAL)", ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT JOURNAL 15, 7: 1593 - 1602.
9. Gil, A.. 2016. "Thematic Section: Sustainable development and environmental conservation in the Outermost European Regions ", Island Studies Journal 11, 1: 5 - 8.
10. Gil, A.; Ceia, Ricardo; Coelho, Rúben; Teodósio, Joaquim; Sampaio, Hugo; Veríssimo, Carla; Heleno, Ruben; Ramos, Jaime; Timóteo, Sérgio. 2016. "The Priolo Atlas: A citizen science-based census initiative for supporting Pyrrhula murina habitat conservation and restoration policies in São Miguel Island (Azores, Portugal)", Ecological Engineering 86, 1: 45 - 52.
11. Godinho, Sérgio; Gil, A.; Guiomar, Nuno; Costa, Maria J; Neves, Nuno. 2016. "Assessing the role of Mediterranean evergreen oaks canopy cover in land surface albedo and temperature using a remote sensing-based approach", Applied Geography 74, 1: 84 - 94.
12. Godinho, Sérgio; Guiomar, Nuno; Gil, A.. 2016. "Using a stochastic gradient boosting algorithm to analyse the effectiveness of Landsat 8 data for montado land cover mapping: Application in southern Portugal", International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 49, 1: 151 - 162.
13. Massetti, Andrea; Sequeira, Miguel M.; Pupo-Correia, Aida; Figueiredo, Albano; Guiomar, Nuno; Gil, A.. 2016. "Assessing the effectiveness of RapidEye multispectral imagery for vegetation mapping in Madeira Island (Portugal)", European Journal of Remote Sensing 49, 1: 643 - 643.
14. Roy, Helen E; Brown, Peter M. J; Adriaens, Tim; Berkvens, Nick; Borges, Isabel; Clusella-Trullas, Susana; Comont, Richard F; De Clercq, P; Eschen, Rene; Estoup, Arnaud; Evans, Edward W; Facon, Benoit; Gardiner, Mary M; Gil, A.; Grez, Audrey A; Guillemaud, Thomas; Haelewaters, Danny; Herz, Annette; Honek, Alois; Howe, Andy G; Hui, Cang; Hutchison, William D; Kenis, Marc; Koch, Robert L; Kulfan, Jan; Lawson Handley, L; Lombaert, Eric; Loomans, Antoon; Losey, John; Lukashuk, Alexander O; Maes, Dirk; Magro, Alexandra; Murray, Katie M; Martin, Gilles S; Martinkova, Zdenka; Minnaar, Ingrid A; Nedved, Oldrich; Orlova-Bienkowskaja, Marina J; Osawa, Naoya; Rabitsch, Wolfgang; al., et. 2016. "The harlequin ladybird, Harmonia axyridis: global perspectives on invasion history and ecology", Biological Invasions 18, 4: 997 - 1044.
15. Martins, Filipe; Alegria, Cristina; Gil, A.. 2016. "Mapping invasive alien Acacia dealbata Link using ASTER multispectral imagery: a case study in central-eastern of Portugal", Forest Systems 25, 3: e078 - e078.
16. Elias, Rui B; Gil, A.; Silva, Luís; Fernández-Palacios, José M; Azevedo, Eduardo B; Reis, Francisco. 2016. "Natural zonal vegetation of the Azores Islands: characterization and potential distribution", Phytocoenologia 46, 2: 107 - 123.
17. Costa, Hugo; Ponte, Nuno B; Azevedo, Eduardo B; Gil, A.. 2015. "Fuzzy set theory for predicting the potential distribution and cost-effective monitoring of invasive species", Ecological Modelling 316, 0: 122 - 132.
18. Fernandes, J.P.; Guiomar, N.; Gil, A.. 2015. "Strategies for conservation planning and management of terrestrial ecosystems in small islands (exemplified for the Macaronesian islands)", Environmental Science & Policy 51, 1: 1 - 22.
19. Godinho, Sérgio; Gil, A.; Guiomar, Nuno; Neves, Nuno; Pinto-Correia, Teresa. 2014. "A remote sensing-based approach to estimating montado canopy density using the FCD model: a contribution to identifying HNV farmlands in southern Portugal", Agroforestry Systems, 0: 1 - 12.
Mapping the land-cover pattern dominated by complex Mediterranean silvo-pastoral systems with an accuracy that enables precise monitoring of changing tree-cover density is still an open challenge. The main goal of this paper is to demonstrate the implementation and effectiveness of the Forest Canopy Density (FCD) model in producing a remote sensing-based and detailed map of montado canopy density over a large territory in southern Portugal. This map will make a fundamental contribution to accurately identifying and assessing High Nature Value farmland in montado areas. The results reveal that the FCD model is an effective approach to estimating the density classes of montado canopy (overall accuracy = 78.0 %, kappa value = 0.71). The study also shows that the FCD approach generated good user’s and producer’s accuracies for the three montado canopy-density classes. Globally, the results obtained show that biophysical indices such as the advanced vegetation index, the bare soil index, the shadow index and the thermal index are suitable for estimating and mapping montado canopy-density classes. These results constitute the first remote sensing-based product for mapping montado canopy density that has been developed using the FCD model. This research clearly demonstrates that this approach can be used in the context of Mediterranean agro-forestry systems.

20. Calado, H.; Fonseca, C.; Vergílio, M.; Costa, A.; Moniz, F.; Gil, A.; Dias, J. A. 2014. "Small Islands Conservation and Protected Areas", Revista de Gestão Costeira Integrada 14, 2: 167 - 174.
Islands may have a diversity of classifications, however, on this paper we address the constraints that include these territories in the category of small islands: size and population. To this particular balance and relation between population and availability of the territorial resource it sums the particular economic structures and the peculiar social constructions that shape islands communities and their relation with the surrounding environment.The particular biogeography, the ecological specific features on islands and the fragile equilibrium they present stress the need for Conservation policies and strategies. Among the most effective tools used on Nature Conservation, protected areas and its management has become one of the most poplars. The aim of this paper is to give a framework and overview on the management of protected areas in small islands.

21. Calado, H.; Gil, A.; Alveirinho Dias, J; Azeiteiro, U.M.; Costa, M.. 2014. "Establishing, planning and managing protected areas in small islands", Revista de Gestão Costeira Integrada 14, 2: 163 - 165.
22. Calado, Helena; Vergílio, Marta; Fonseca, Catarina; Gil, A.; Moniz, Fabiana; Silva, Susana F; Moreira, Miguel; Bragagnolo, Chiara; Silva, Carlos; Pereira, Margarida. 2014. "Developing a Planning and Management System for Protected Areas on Small Islands (The Azores Archipelago, Portugal): the SMARTPARKS Project", Revista de Gestão Costeira Integrada 14, 2: 335 - 344.
Small Islands face particular challenges in their sustainable development, and therefore require specific tailored approaches for planning and management. Unsurprisingly, protected areas have a special role in the conservation of biodiversity and natural resources crucial to the sustainability of such territories. How should the management and planning system of protected areas in small islands be, therefore, structured and operated so it can face the threats and challenges falling upon the already fragile and vulnerable insular ecosystems? This is the central question of SMARTPARKS Project. The core objective of the project consists of the conceptual development of a planning and management system for protected areas that can be integrated with the territorial management instruments in force, and that takes into consideration the specificities of insular ecosystems, correcting or perfecting the insufficiencies or flaws already pointed out to traditional planning systems of protected areas. This paper presents the SMARTPARKS Project, its rationale and main outcomes. Taking Pico Island Natural Park (Azores, Portugal) as its case study, the SMARTPARKS Project has adopted the ecosystem approach and the conciliation of conservation objectives with human needs and activities. Throughout its five tasks several studies were developed, and contributed to the functional analysis (developed during the last task) of each protected area constituting the Island Natural Park, in terms of their conservation and development values. This innovative application allows not only an integrated assessment of the protected areas but also a sustained monitoring.

23. Fernandes, J.P.; Guiomar, N.; Freire, M.; Gil, A.. 2014. "Applying an integrated landscape characterization and evaluation tool to small islands (Pico, Azores, Portugal)", Revista de Gestão Costeira Integrada 14, 2: 243 - 266.
Each landscape is determined and can be characterised by two types of environmental factors: stable biophysical characteristics and manageable land use patterns. The consideration of both these characterisation domains allows the definition of a homogeneous system of reference (the stable characteristics) with which every possible land use pattern can be compared through the use of common evaluation algorithms. The Integrated Landscape Assessment (ILA) concept builds a framework for data retrieval and evaluation processing that maximizes the following advantages: through the use of a stable reference system, it allows the comparative simulation of different land use scenarios, as well as the permanent availability of the same reference system, independently from the intensity of land use changes throughout the years. It also allows the use of different evaluation algorithms according to different evaluation contexts or paradigms, without having to repeat or adapt the characterisation process. The present paper illustrates the basic concepts on which ILA is based and developed as well as its application to ecological planning and systematic conservation planning in the Pico Island (Azores Archipelago).

24. Fonseca, C.; Pereira da S. C; Calado, H.; Moniz, F.; Bragagnolo, C.; Gil, A.; Phillips, M.; Pereira, Margarida; Moreira, Miguel. 2014. "Coastal and marine protected areas as key elements for tourism in small islands", Journal of Coastal Research, 70: 461 - 466.
The Azores Archipelago (Portugal) is composed of 9 small islands located in the North Atlantic. To overcome the common challenges of this type of territory (e.g. isolation, closed systems, limited physical space and natural resources, endemism, small economies, small populations) and taking advantage of the natural and cultural heritage, the Regional Government of the Azores has based its Tourism Strategy on the high value of nature, landscape, flag species and outdoor experiences with a strong environmental friendly label. Pico Island offers the perfect scenario to enjoy such nature-based tourism activities, welcoming around 15,000 tourists per year, equivalent to the number of residents on the island. The island’s natural and cultural heritage is outstanding and Pico Island Natural Park represents 35% of the territory, including several coastal and marine areas. Tourists’ awareness about Pico protected areas, their activities and preferences can be extremely important to the management of the Island Natural Park. Integrated in the research project SMARTPARKS, a survey was conducted with 134 tourists, revealing the importance assigned to Pico protected areas and coastal zone. Among coastal and maritime activities, bathing and whale watching are the most frequent activities (57% and 44% of respondents, respectively) and 20% of respondents think whale watching should be promoted. This exploratory study gathered important information for decision-making agencies with respect to solving problems and possible solutions through tourism, namely the application of a fee system to help manage and conserve protected areas.

25. Gil, A.; Yu, Qian; Abadi, Mohamed; Calado, Helena. 2014. "Using aster multispectral imagery for mapping woody invasive species in pico da vara natural reserve (Azores Islands, Portugal)", Revista Árvore 38, 3: 391 - 401.
26. Gil, A.; Bosc, C.; Basoni, A.; Clavée, M.; Bacai, H.; Pergola, N.; Monbet, P.; Zolotikova, S.; Zepeda-Juarez, J.; Antoninetti, M.; Tramutoli, V.; Wells, A.; Carrara, P.. 2014. "DORIS_Net: Enhancing the regional impact of COPERNICUS program by setting up the European Network of Regional Contact Offices", European Journal of Remote Sensing 47, 1: 29 - 43.
27. Calado, H.; Braga, A.; Moniz, F.; Gil, A.; Vergílio, M.. 2013. "Spatial planning and resource use in the Azores", Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 0: 1 - 17.
28. Gil, A.; Lobo, A.; Abadi, M.; Silva, L.; Calado, H.. 2013. "Mapping invasive woody plants in Azores Protected Areas by using very high-resolution multispectral imagery", European Journal of Remote Sensing 46, 1: 289 - 304.
29. Rodrigues, P.; Aubrecht, C.; Gil, A.; Longcore, T.; Elvidge, C.. 2012. "Remote sensing to map influence of light pollution on Cory's shearwater in São Miguel Island, Azores Archipelago", European Journal of Wildlife Research 58, 1: 147 - 155.
30. Gil, A.; Fonseca, C.; Lobo, A.; Calado, H.. 2012. "Linking GMES Space Component to the development of land policies in outermost regions - The Azores (Portugal) case-study", European Journal of Remote Sensing 45, 1: 263 - 281.
31. Cruz, A.; Benedicto, J.; Gil, A.. 2011. "Socio-economic benefits of natura 2000 in Azores Islands - A case study approach on ecosystem services provided by a special protected area", Journal of Coastal Research, 64: 1955 - 1959.
32. Gil, A.; Calado, Helena; Bentz, Julia. 2011. "Public participation in municipal transport planning processes – the case of the sustainable mobility plan of Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal", Journal of Transport Geography 19, 6: 1309 - 1319.
33. Lourenço, P.; Medeiros, V.; Gil, A.; Silva, L.. 2011. "Distribution, habitat and biomass of Pittosporum undulatum, the most important woody plant invader in the Azores Archipelago", Forest Ecology and Management 262, 2: 178 - 187.
34. Fonseca, C.; Calado, H.; Da Silva, C; Gil, A.. 2011. "New approaches to environment conservation and sustainability in small islands: The Project SMARTPARKS", Journal of Coastal Research, 64: 1970 - 1974.
35. Gutierres, F.; Gil, A.; Reis, E.; Lobo, A.; Neto, C.; Calado, H.; Costa, J.C.. 2011. "Acacia saligna (Labill.) H. Wendl in the Sesimbra County: Invaded habitats and potential distribution modeling", Journal of Coastal Research, 64: 403 - 407.
36. Gil, A.; Yu, Q.; Lobo, A.; Lourenço, P.; Silva, L.; Calado, H.. 2011. "Assessing the effectiveness of high resolution satellite imagery for vegetation mapping in small islands protected areas", Journal of Coastal Research, 64: 1663 - 1667.
37. Gil, A.; Calado, H.; Costa, L.T.; Bentz, J.; Fonseca, C.; Lobo, A.; Vergilio, M.; Benedicto, J.. 2011. "A methodological proposal for the development of Natura 2000 sites Management Plans", Journal of Coastal Research, 64: 1326 - 1330.

Trabalhos completos/resumidos em eventos com arbitragem científica
Papers in conference proceedings with scientific refereeing
1. Gil, A.; Abadi, Mohamed. 2015. "Using very high resolution satellite imagery for land cover mapping in Pico Da Vara Nature Reserve (S. Miguel Island, Archipelago of the Azores, Portugal)", Trabalho apresentado em IGARSS 2015 - 2015 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, In 2015 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), Milan, Italy.



Curso de curta duração lecionado
Taught short course
1. Gil, A.. FORMAT-EO Erasmus Intensive Programme - summer school on FORmation of Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Training in Earth Observation , 2014 (Especialização).
2. Gil, A.. FORMAT-EO Erasmus Intensive Programme - summer school on FORmation of Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Training in Earth Observation , 2013 (Especialização).
3. Gil, A.. GIslands 2012 - International Summer School 2012 on Geotechnologies applied to Marine Spatial Planning and Integrated Coastal Zone Management, 2012 (Especialização).
4. Gil, A.. GIslands 2010 - International Summer School 2010 on Geotechnologies applied to Marine Spatial Planning and Integrated Coastal Zone Management, 2010 (Especialização).
5. Gil, A.. Curso Avançado de Aplicações de SIG e Deteção Remota para Gestão Integrada de Zonas Costeiras, 2009 (Especialização).





Dados Complementares (Additional data)


Orientações
Orientations


Tese de Doutoramento
Phd Thesis
Concluídas
Completed
1. Sérgio Godinho, Remote sensing and geographic modelling to assess montado change patterns: causes, impacts and biogeophysical processes, 2015. Tese (Gestão Interdisciplinar da Paisagem) - Universidade de Évora, Bolseiro(a) de Universidade de Évora (Co-orientador).
Em curso
Ongoing
1. João Filipe Mendes Fernandes, Aplicações da Deteção Remota à Viticultura de Precisão nos Açores, 2016. Tese (Ciências Agrárias) - Universidade dos Açores, Bolseiro(a) de Governo Regional dos Açores (Co-orientador).
2. Rui Miguel Carvalho, AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF NATURE TOURISTIC TRAILS ON BIODIVERSITY, 2016. Tese (Gestão Interdisciplinar da Paisagem) - Universidade dos Açores, Bolseiro(a) de Governo Regional dos Açores (Co-orientador).
3. Manuel Fernandez Urrutia , Development of remote sensing-based change detection techniques for applying in standard and specific land cover / land use scenarios, 2015. Tese (Ciências Agrárias) - Universidade dos Açores (Orientador).


Dissertação de Mestrado
Master degree dissertation
Concluídas
Completed
1. Gabriela Oliveira, Utilização de técnicas de deteção remota na identificação de Acacia sp. Na Região Centro Sul de Portugal Continental, 2012. Dissertação (Ordenamento do Território e Planeamento Ambiental) - Universidade dos Açores (Orientador).
2. Filipe Martins, Caracterização e Monitorização do uso do solo através de deteção remota por satélite da área abrangida pelo Plano de Ordenamento da Orla Costeira da Costa Sul de S. Miguel, 2009. Dissertação (Sistemas de Informação Geográfica) - Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco (Orientador).
Em curso
Ongoing
1. Sara Sena Lourenço, Cartografia e avaliação do potencial de serviços de ecossistema para apoio à decisão em gestão territorial em ilhas oceânicas o caso de estudo da polinização por insetos na ilha Terceira (Açores, Portugal), 2017. Dissertação (Ecologia e Gestão Ambiental) - Universidade de Lisboa (Orientador).
2. Susana Filipa da Silva Serpa Garcia, Optical components measurements for the Azores coastal waters using the Operational Land Imager on Landsat-8, 2016. Dissertação (Ordenamento do Território e Sistemas de Informação Geográfica) - Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Co-orientador).







Indicadores de produção (Production indicators)

Total
Produção científica
Scientific production
42

Livros e capítulos
Books and book chapters
4
Livros publicados ou organizados
Published or organized books
2
Capítulos de livros publicados
Published book chapters
2
Artigos científicos em revistas
Papers in periodics
37
Com arbitragem científica
With scientific refereeing
37
Trabalhos em eventos
Papers in conference proceedings
1
Com arbitragem científica
With scientific refereeing
1

Total
Produção técnica
Technical production
5

Outros tipos de produção técnica
Other technical production
5

Total
Dados complementares
(Additional data)
8

Orientações
Orientations
8


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