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Carlos Alberto Sousa Melo
Estudante de Doutoramento

I am currently a PhD student in Geology (Palaeontology and Stratigraphy) at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon), developing a work entitled “Fossil marine molluscs from the Last Interglacial stage MIS 5e: palaeoecology, palaeoclimatoloy, and palaeobiogeography”.

I’m graduated in Biology (minor in Geology) and Master in Geology of the Environment and Society, both degrees granted by the University of the Azores.

My research interests are related with the palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography of the marine molluscs from the geographical region of the Macaronesia, as also volcanic oceanic island ontogeny processes.

During my academic studies I have gained expertise in study of coastal geomorphology and in the acquisition of data using UAV’s.

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Publicações

Hyžný, M., Melo, C.S., Ramalho, R.S., Cordeiro, R., Madeira, P., Baptista, L., et al. (2021). Pliocene and late Pleistocene (MIS 5e) decapod crustaceans from Santa Maria Island (Azores Archipelago: Central Atlantic): systematics, palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography, 36, 91-109, .
Baptista, L., Santos, A.M., Melo, C.S., Rebelo, A.C., Madeira, P., Cordeiro, R., et al. (2021). Untangling the origin of the newcomer Phorcus sauciatus (Mollusca: Gastropoda) in a remote Atlantic archipelago, 168.
Galindo, I., Johnson, M.E., Martin-Gonzalez, E., Romero, C., Vegas, J., Melo, C.S., et al. (2021). Late Pleistocene Boulder Slumps Eroded from a Basalt Shoreline at El Confital Beach on Gran Canaria (Canary Islands, Spain), 9.
David, A., Uchman, A., Ramalho, R.S., Madeira, J., Melo, C.S., Madeira, P., et al. (2021). Diverse bioerosion structures in lower Pliocene deposits from a volcanic oceanic island: Baia de Nossa Senhora section, Santa Maria Island, Azores (central North Atlantic), 569.
Ávila, S.P., Azevedo, J.M.N., Madeira, P., Cordeiro, R., Melo, C.S., Baptista, L., et al. (2020). Pliocene and Late Pleistocene actinopterygian fishes from Santa Maria Island, Azores (NE Atlantic Ocean): Palaeoecological and palaeobiogeographical implications, 157, 1526-1542, .