Ana Russo
Ana Russo
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Air quality prediction using optimal neural networks with stochastic variables
A Russo, F Raischel, PG Lind
Atmospheric Environment 79, 822-830, 2013
1052013
NO2, PM10 and O3 urban concentrations and its association with circulation weather types in Portugal
A Russo, RM Trigo, H Martins, MT Mendes
Atmospheric Environment 89, 768-785, 2014
862014
Saharan dust intrusions in Spain: health impacts and associated synoptic conditions
J Díaz, C Linares, R Carmona, A Russo, C Ortiz, P Salvador, RM Trigo
Environmental research 156, 455-467, 2017
552017
Neural network forecast of daily po llution concentration using optimal meteorological data at synoptic and local scales
A Russo, PG Lind, F Raischel, R Trigo, M Mendes
Atmospheric Pollution Research 6 (3), 2015
532015
The role of drought on wheat yield interannual variability in the Iberian Peninsula from 1929 to 2012
P Páscoa, CM Gouveia, A Russo, RM Trigo
International journal of biometeorology 61 (3), 439-451, 2017
422017
Hybrid model for urban air pollution forecasting: A stochastic spatio-temporal approach
A Russo, AO Soares
Mathematical Geosciences 46 (1), 75-93, 2014
382014
Assessing the role of drought events on wildfires in the Iberian Peninsula
A Russo, CM Gouveia, P Páscoa, CC DaCamara, PM Sousa, RM Trigo
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 237, 50-59, 2017
372017
Saharan dust intrusions in the Iberian Peninsula: Predominant synoptic conditions
A Russo, PM Sousa, RM Durão, AM Ramos, P Salvador, C Linares, ...
Science of the Total Environment 717, 137041, 2020
352020
The influence of circulation weather patterns at different spatial scales on drought variability in the Iberian Peninsula
AC Russo, CM Gouveia, RM Trigo, MLR Liberato, C DaCamara
Frontiers in Environmental Science 3, 1, 2015
332015
Evaluating fire growth simulations using satellite active fire data
ACL Sá, A Benali, PM Fernandes, RMS Pinto, RM Trigo, M Salis, A Russo, ...
Remote sensing of environment 190, 302-317, 2017
302017
Effects of recent minimum temperature and water deficit increases on Pinus pinaster radial growth and wood density in southern Portugal
CB Kurz-Besson, JL Lousada, MJ Gaspar, IE Correia, TS David, ...
Frontiers in plant science 7, 1170, 2016
282016
The record precipitation and flood event in Iberia in December 1876: description and synoptic analysis
RM Trigo, F Varino, AM Ramos, MA Valente, JL Zêzere, JM Vaquero, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 2, 3, 2014
282014
Drought trends in the Iberian Peninsula over the last 112 years
P Páscoa, CM Gouveia, A Russo, RM Trigo
Advances in Meteorology 2017, 2017
252017
Determining fire dates and locating ignition points with satellite data
A Benali, A Russo, ACL Sá, R Pinto, O Price, N Koutsias, J Pereira
Remote Sensing 8 (4), 326, 2016
242016
Modelling drought-related yield losses in Iberia using remote sensing and multiscalar indices
AFS Ribeiro, A Russo, CM Gouveia, P Páscoa
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 136 (1), 203-220, 2019
232019
Coastal recirculation potential affecting air pollutants in Portugal: The role of circulation weather types
A Russo, C Gouveia, I Levy, U Dayan, S Jerez, M Mendes, R Trigo
Atmospheric Environment 135, 9-19, 2016
222016
Exceptionally extreme drought in Madeira Archipelago in 2012: Vegetation impacts and driving conditions
MLR Liberato, AM Ramos, CM Gouveia, P Sousa, A Russo, RM Trigo, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 232, 195-209, 2017
192017
Land degradation trend assessment over Iberia during 1982-2012
CM Gouveia, P Páscoa, A Russo, RM Trigo
Cuadernos de Investigación Geográfica 42 (1), 89-112, 2016
192016
The synergy between drought and extremely hot summers in the Mediterranean
A Russo, CM Gouveia, E Dutra, PMM Soares, RM Trigo
Environmental Research Letters 14 (1), 014011, 2019
162019
Copula-based agricultural drought risk of rainfed cropping systems
AFS Ribeiro, A Russo, CM Gouveia, P Páscoa
Agricultural Water Management 223, 105689, 2019
152019
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