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Conrado Rudorff

  • PhD
  • Research Hydrologist
  • National Center for Monitoring and Early Warning of Natural Disasters
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Recent publications

  • Contribution of Anthropogenic Climate Change to April–May 2017 Heavy Precipitation over the Uruguay River Basin

    • de Abreu R
    • Cunningham C
    • Rudorff C
    • et al.
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  • Stratification and mixing in large floodplain lakes along the lower Amazon River

    • Augusto-Silva P
    • MacIntyre S
    • de Moraes Rudorff C
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Research Hydrologist

National Center for Monitoring and Early Warning of Natural Disasters

October 2014 - Present

Postdoctoral scholar

National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Brazil

October 2013 - September 2014(a year)

Education

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Environmental Science & Management

University of California - Santa Barbara

September 2008 - September 2013(5 years)

Master of Science (M.Sc.), Remote Sensing

National Institute for Space Research (INPE)

March 2002 - March 2004(2 years)

Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.), Environmental & Sanitation Engineering

UFSC - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

July 1998 - August 2003(5 years)

Research interests

About

Conrado Rudorff is Researcher at the National Center for Monitoring and Early Warning of Natural Disasters (CEMADEN) in Brazil. He received his B.A. in Environmental & Sanitary Engineering from the Brazilian Federal University of Santa Catarina (2003) and M.S. in Remote Sensing from INPE (2006). He obtained his Ph.D. from the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, at the University of California, Santa Barbara (2013). His main research interests are in the areas of fluvial hydraulics, hydrodynamics and biogeochemistry of large river floodplains, and flood hazard mapping.

Co-authors (51)