The group presents itself in the sense of evaluating, testing and developing methodologies, through geotechnologies, which help in the knowledge of the soil. It aims to study geotechnologies not only as a tool, but as a science, and its interrelation with soils. In the soil aspect, it interacts in the most different areas such as fertility, chemistry,
mapping, erosion, conservation, mineralogy, physics and biology. The group has a multi / inter-disciplinary aspect, working together with professionals from different areas and institutions. It aims to establish itself at the forefront of the foundations of pedology studied by geotechnologies.
in the ESALQ Journal.
NOTESALQ Newsletter: Highlight in the research area.
Disclosure about remote sensing and the sugar cane sector.
Cover in SSSAJ magazine.
1-) Geospatial Soil Sensing System (GEOS3) - discover bare soils via satellite.
2-) The Hibrid Laboratory on Soil Analysis.
3-) Terrain analysis on Google Earth Engine.
4-) Bare Soil World Map - satellite visualization technique
5-) Spectral Pedotransfer (SPEDO) - undersurface soil detection.
6-) Morphological Interpretation of Reflectance Spectrum (MIRS).
Extension and Dissemination: The dissemination of the group's achievements to the community occurs through publications in scientific journals with editorial staff, technical magazines, participation in congresses, symposia, lectures and training. The group has also provided training to other ESALQ research groups,
denoting its importance in the extension of the information.
Alameda do Brejo - Agronomia, Piracicaba - SP
São Paulo, SP 12345-678