PhD in Biology (UC, 2013)
Work Line 1: Forest and fire management
Master in Ecology and PhD in Biology at the University of Coimbra, has expertise in dendrochronology, plant physiology and forest ecology. She was a researcher at the Center for Functional Ecology at the University of Coimbra where she investigated the impact of climate change, particularly drought, on the dynamics of cambial activity and wood formation in maritime pine.
Areas of interest:
Non-wood forest products; Forest Ecology; Forest management; Forest Productivity; Dendrochronology.
Title: Environment controls seasonal and daily Cycles of stem diameter variations in Portuguese oak (Quercus faginea Lambert)
Authors: Vieira J., Campelo F., Nabais, C.
Title: Extreme growth increments reveal local and regional climatic signals in two Pinus pinaster populations.
Authors: Vieira J., Nabais C., Campelo F.
Journal: Frontiers in Plant Science
Title: Growth-defence trade-offs in tapped pines on anatomical and resin production
Authors: Garcia-Forner N., Campelo F., Carvalho A., Vieira J., Rodríguez-Pereiras A., Ribeiro M., Salgueiro A., Silva M., Louzada J.
Journal: Fororest Ecology and Management
Title: Tree growth under climate change: evidence from xylogenesis timings kinetics
Authors: Vieira J., Carvalho A., Campelo F.
Journal: Frontiers in Plant Sciences