Edivaldo Thomaz

Edivaldo L Thomaz


Summary

Edivaldo Lopes Thomaz, Ph.D.
Department of Geography, Universidade Estadual do Centro-Oeste-UNICENTRO
St. Simeão Camargo Varela de Sá, 03-Mailbox, 3010
Postal Code 85.040-430, Guarapuava, Paraná, Brazil
E. edivaldo.thomaz@pq.cnpq.br; T. +55 42 3629 8117
CV Home page: http://lattes.cnpq.br/4660243356517448
http://www.researcherid.com/rid/B-1501-2010
Subject: Physical Geography and Agriculture

Field Expertise
Experimental geomorphology, soil erosion and water conservation, soil erodibility, aggregate stability, land use impacts on hydrogeomorphology (agricultural landscape).


Education
2005 Ph.D. in Physical Geography, Universidade de São Paulo
1995 B.S. Degree, Geography, Universidade Estadual de Londrina
1988 High School, Technician in Agriculture

2005 Visiting Scholar at the Soil Erosion Laboratory, at University of Toronto, Canada (Two months)
2010 Visiting Scholar at the School of Environment and Society, University of Wales, Swansea, UK (Three months)
2014 Visiting Scholar at The University of Texas at Austin, UT Austin, United State. (One year)
Courses Taught
Soil Geography (Graduate)
Geomorphology (Graduate)
Introduction in Physical Geography (Graduate)
Research Methods in Geography (Graduate and Post-graduate)
Experimental Geomorphology and Soil Erosion (Post-graduate)
Physical Geography: Science and Philosophy (Post-graduate)

Agricultural Science Environmental Sciences Soil Science

Work details

Professor of Physical Geography

Universidade Estadual do Centro-Oeste do Paraná - UNICENTRO
June 1998
Laboratory of Soil Erosion, Department of Geography
Subject: Physical Geography and Agriculture Field Expertise Experimental geomorphology, soil erosion and water conservation, soil erodibility, aggregate stability, land use impacts on hydrogeomorphology (agricultural landscape). Research Interests Hillslope Hydro-geomorphology, soil erosion and sediment dynamics on headwater catchments, environmental impacts of unpaved rural roads, fire effects on soil properties in slash-and-burn agriculture and forest and dynamic of biophysical processes on rural landscapes. Courses Taught Soil Geography (Graduate) Geomorphology (Graduate) Introduction in Physical Geography (Graduate) Research Methods in Geography (Graduate and Post-graduate) Experimental Geomorphology and Soil Erosion (Post-graduate) Physical Geography: Science and Philosophy (Post-graduate)