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Expert NameDr. Andres Carlos Ravelo
TitleProfessor, Researcher
DivisionUniversity of Cordoba / CONICET
InstitutionUniversity of Cordoba
CityCordoba
CountryArgentina
Telephone54 351 4694195
Emailravelo1(at)crean.agro.uncor.edu
Work Experience-Project leader of research projects dealing with agricultural climatology and remote sensing applications. -conducted research projects for Central and South America, Caribbean and Sahelian Africa assessing the impact of drought on food production. -collaborates with FAO/GIEWS on applications of remote sensing information in agriculture using public domain data and software
Qualifications-Agricultural engineer, agricultural climatology, fac. Agron UBA -Phillisophy Doctor Atmospheric Sc., Univ. Missouri-Columbia, USA -Post-Doctor C. Atmos., Univ. Missouri-Columbia-NOAA; USA
Number of Publications47
Awards1. National Research Council Fellowship 2. Member National Academy of Agriculture 3. Professorship Government Award
Other Activities-Director of the Center for Assessment of Agriculture and Natural Resources -Researcher of the Argentine National Research Council -Full Professor of Agricultural Climatology, Univ. of Cordoba
Publications-"Climate Impact Assessment methods for early warning of drought/food shortages in Central and Soutch America, University Missouri Press, Columbia Missouri, USA, p 385, 1983 -"Drought Subsistence Food shortages in the Caribbean Basin and Sub-Saharan Africa, University Missouri Press, Columbia Missouri, USA, p. 225, 1981 -"Esitmating millet production for famine early warning: An application of crop simulation medelling in Burkina Faso. Agric. and Forest Met. J. 83:95-112; 1997 -"Desarrollo de un sistema para la detección, seguimiento y evaluación de las sequías agrícolas en Argentina" (The development of a system for the identification, following and assessment of the agricultural drought in Argentina) press Argentina de Agrometerorología, 2001
DisciplineAgricultural Sciences
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