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Ana Raquel de Azevedo e Costa

Ana Raquel de Azevedo e Costa


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  • ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0003-3033-2914
  • Department: Physics Department/Department of Biology
  • Research Group: Oceanography & Marine Geology


Research interests

Marine and estuarine ecology
Ecological modelling
Estuaries and lagoons
Numerical modelling
Seagrass meadows

Academic degrees

2018: PhD in Biology - Marine Biology, University of Aveiro, Portugal
2011: MSc in Biology - Marine Biology, University of Aveiro, Portugal
2009: First degree in Marine Sciences, University of Aveiro, Portugal

Scientific activities

Aug 2018-Dec 2018: Research fellow, at Department of Physics (University of Aveiro) & CESAM, Portugal
Jul 2017-Nov 2017: Research fellow, at Department of Physics (University of Aveiro) & CESAM, Portugal
Feb 2013-May 2017: Doctoral fellow, supported by the FCT (SFRH/BD/84613/2012) at University of Aveiro & CESAM
Jan 2012-Dec 2012: Research fellow, Project AdaptaRIA at University of Aveiro, Portugal

Publications

Projects

AquiMap - Identification and evaluation of estuarine and lagoon zones with aquaculture potential: mapping and biophysical modeling See more

ADAPTARia: Climate Change Modelling on Ria de Aveiro Littoral - Adaptation Strategy for Coastal and Fluvial Flooding See more

Scientific Supervision

Academic Degrees

MSc in Applied Biology (Marine Biology), University of Aveiro (2011)


Degree in Sea Sciences, University of Aveiro (2009)

NMEC - Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Division

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 The Estuarine and Coastal Modeling Division of University of Aveiro is composed by professors, researchers and fellow researchers of the Physics Department of the University of Aveiro. This group is integrated in the Research Group on Oceanography and Marine Geology of the research line on Marine Ecosystems and Modelling of the Associate Laboratory CESAM (Centre for Environment and Marine Studies) which is a Associate Laboratory of the University of Aveiro.


Ongoing research is especially dedicated to studies about sea level rising, coastal flooding, development of estuarine plumes, mixing processes and transport, physical/biology/chemistry interactions, with particular emphasis on the climate change effects.


CESAM Funding: