Dr. Andre Moraes
Andre Moraes is an environmental scientist who is passionate about using geospatial and remote sensing analysis in multidisciplinary environments to do stakeholder-driven research and assess, model, and identify solutions for environmental issues. Currently, Andre has focused his research, teaching, and outreach on Climate Data Analysis and Adaptation to Climate Change.
Other interests include the assessment and modeling of Soil and Water Conservation Practices, Pedometrics, and the monitoring of seasonal and long-term Land Cover and Water Demand Changes.
Andre has a bachelor's degree in Agronomic Engineering from UFRRJ Brazil (2011), and master's (2013) and doctoral (2018) degrees in Agronomy Soil Science from UFRRJ, Brazil. Prior to coming to USU, he worked as a postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Agriculture and Biologic Engineering at Purdue University.