Research Gate •
Manuel Fernandez Urrutia is carrying out a Ph.D. in Agrarian Sciences (Specialty of Soil Science) in the Department of Agrarian Sciences at the University of the Azores. He is conducting a PhD project entitled “Development of remote sensing-based change detection techniques for applying in standard and specific land cover / land use scenarios”, under the supervision of Dr. Artur Gil (cE3c, Azorean Biodiversity Group, Department of Biology, University of the Azores) and Prof. João Madruga (CITA-A, Department of Agrarian Sciences, University of the Azores). Manuel Fernandez Urrutia is currently working as GIS consultant at the JRC - Joint Research Centre (European Commission in-house science service), in the IPSC - Institute for Protection and Security of the Citizen / Global Crisis and Security Management Unit.
Gil, A., Fernández-Urrutia, M., Isidoro, A., Medeiros, V., & Pacheco, J.L. (2018) Sentinel-based Azores Regional Forest Inventory, 102-103. NEREUS, European Space Agency & European Commission (2018), The Ever Growing use of Copernicus across Europe’s Regions: a selection of 99 user stories by local and regional authorities”. 277 pp.
Gil, A., Fernández-Urrutia, M., Tiago, F. & Borges-Tiago, M.T. (2020) Using open remote sensing and geographic data for SMART monitoring of nature-based TOURISM in the Azores Islands Natural Parks: towards (more) sustainability. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Digital Earth (ISDE 11), Florence, Italy. DOI:10.1088/1755-1315/509/1/012019.