Maiara is graduated in Geography and Environment at PUC-RIO and now is currently a master student in Biodiversity Management at Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden. She has an interest in and dedication to knowledge of environmental issues, in particular Physical geography, interdisciplinary aspects of soil science, Land use, ecosystem services (mainly carbon and water) and reforestation. She has experience as an intern and PIBIC studentship at Embrapa Solos, making the analysis of water retention in the soil by different methods of soil samples in the main soil classes of coffee trees regions in the state of Rio de Janeiro.She is currently involved with literature review, data collection and tabulation to a project that seeks to understand how soils influence the process of regeneration / restoration of the Atlantic Forests.
Early Response of Soil Properties under Different Restoration Strategies in Tropical Hotspot
Political, social, and economic research of soil ecosystem services to support smallholders while restoring Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Winners of the contest “SUSTAINABILITY: What does it mean to you?”
Guidelines for Forest Landscapes Restoration in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest and Amazon
Earth Optimist Brazil 2021
2020 in retrospective
Forest Protection Day