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Joint Student Program in Arid Lands

 
Goal: The Joint Student Program in Arid Lands is a concurrent enrollment between countries supported by private foundations and for-profit private sector, looking for the establishment of a strong cooperation in exchangeable technology and natural resources by formation of high-qualified teams to work in arid lands around world.

 

JSPAL Team

 
Use of minirhizotron in a greenhouse experiment at the University of California, Davis.

Use of minirhizotron in a greenhouse experiment at the University of California, Davis.

 
 
 

Daniela Jerszurki

As a soil scientist, Daniela's research is based on the study of water dynamic in the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum to support hydrological, environmental and agronomical studies, combining themes related to agricultural planning and mathematical modeling.
 
 
Use of minirhizotron in a greenhouse experiment at the University of California, Davis.
 
 
 

Adi Perelman

PhD candidate –adiperel@post.bgu.ac.il
By having an agronomic background, Adis' research aspire to build a bridge between science and agronomic problems, focused on arid and semi-arid areas, by combining physiological experiments, models and innovated methods.
 

Study Sponsorship

Demonstrate your interest on JSPAL project supporting students and professionals abroad.As a sponsor you are helping to promote Brazilian's research in the international higher education scenario.
If you want to be a student on JSPAL program, please fill the form below:
 
 

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