PhD funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT).
Scientific Domain: Earth Sciences and Environment - Geosciences and Multidisciplinary Studies.
Title: Cabeço de Vide (Portugal) mineral water as a possible analogue to Mars: a water / rock integration approach.
Supervisor: José Manuel Vaz Velho Barbosa Marques. Instituto Superior Técnico - University of Lisbon.
Co-Supervisor: Paula Maria Mimo Carreira Paquete. Center for Nuclear Sciences and Technologies / Instituto Superior Técnico - University of Lisbon.
Branch: Operational Geology. Coimbra University. Graduation: Geology. Coimbra University.
Current research interests: Development of hydrogeological studies, within the framework of water-rock interaction and biogeochemical contribution;
Extra planetary geological studies, with particular attention on studies of Mars surface, geomorphology, soils and Martian rocks. Operational Geology, namely in Geophysical
Prospecting, Geotechnics, Stratigraphy and Paleontology.
Geological Resources, namely in Geochemistry, Hydrogeology and Petrology (Igneous Metamorphic and Sedimentary rocks).
Marking petroglyphs with calcite and gypsum-based chalks: Interaction with granite under different simulated conditions and the effectiveness and harmfulness of cleaning methods(Article)
Science of the Total Environment | 2018
Linking serpentinization, hyperalkaline mineral waters and abiotic methane production in continental peridotites: an integrated hydrogeological-bio-geochemical model from the Cabeço de Vide CH4-rich aquifer (Portugal)(Article)
Applied Geochemistry | 2018
Science of the Total Environment | 2017
Comparative study of deterioration forms on nearby granitic bridges from an urban setting in the NW Iberian Peninsula(Article)
Geomorphology | 2016