Ana Brito joined the Centre of Oceanography (FCUL) in January 2010 as Post-doc Fellow. Her PhD was awarded by the Edinburgh Napier University and her work was focused on the development of biogeochemical models. Currently, her research interests are related to the evaluation of the ecological quality of aquatic systems and the assessment of phytoplankton communities through remote sensing.
Center of Oceanography
- C. Sá, D. D’Alimonte, A. Brito, T. Kajiyama, C. R. Mendes, V. J., P. B. Oliveira, J. C. B. da Silva, V., Vitorino, and V. Brotas, “Validation of Standard and Alternative Satellite Ocean-Colour Chlorophyll Products off Western Iberia,” Remote Sens. Environ., 2014, under revision
- Brito, A., Sá, C. Brotas, V., Vitorino, J., Platt, T., Sathyendranath, S. (in preparation). Understanding bio-optical properties of phytoplankton in the western Iberian coast: application of theoretical models. Remote Sensing of Environment.
- Brotas, V., Brewin, R., Sá, C., Brito, A., Silva, A., Mendes, R., Diniz, T., Kaufmann, M., Tarran, G., Groom, S., Platt, T., Sathyendranath, S. (submitted). Approaches to derive phytoplankton functional types and size classes. Validation along a gradient of trophic status in Eastern Atlantic. Remote Sensing of Environment.
- Sá, C., Da Silva, J.C.B., Oliveira, P.B., Brotas, V. (2008). Comparison of MERIS (ALGAL_1 and ALGAL_2) and MODIS (OCM3) of chlorophyll products and validation with HPLC in situ data collected off the Western Iberian Peninsula. Proceedings of 2nd MERIS/(A)ATSR Workshop. ESA, SP-666. PDF
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