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researcher , Agricultural studies educator

Stella Maris Navone, Argentinian agricultural studies educator, researcher. Achievements include development of methodology to measure different processes of land degradation in the field; first to measure of variations in biophisical factors in an unexplore zone in the mountain. Science, academic delegate Universities and Government, Buenos Aires, since 2001; Member of SELPER.

Background

Navone, Stella Maris was born on December 27, 1954 in Buenos Aires. Daughter of Antonio Jose Navone and Maria Josefa Artola.

Education

Degree in Agriculture Engineering, Buenos Aires University, 1980. Master in Soils, Remote Sensing, Buenos Aires University, 1995.

Career

Professor, soil conservation, remote sensing Agronomy Buenos Aires University, since 1995, director research center, since 1999. Consultant United Nations Environmental Program, Nairobi, Kenya, since 2002, Namibia, since 2002, Rome, since 2002. Directoships Argentina Universities, Buenos Aires, Jujuy, La Rioja, Luján, Argentina, since 1995.

Coordinator, lada program northwestern Argentina Food and Agriculture organization-Food and Agriculture Organization (of the United Nations), Buenos Aires, since 2002, Rome.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of methodology to measure different processes of land degradation in the field. First to measure of variations in biophisical factors in an unexplore zone in the mountain.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (book) Teledeteccion aplicada a los problemas ambientales.

Membership

Science, academic delegate Universities and Government, Buenos Aires, since 2001. Member of SELPER.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, horseback riding, swimming, reading.

Connections

Children: Solange Fauverte, Cecilia Fauverte.

father:
Antonio Jose Navone

mother:
Maria Josefa Artola

child:
Solange Fauverte Navone

child:
Cecilia Fauverte Navone