Dr. Eloa Moura Araujo was born in 1988. Agronomist, she graduated from the Federal University of Sergipe in 2012. Two years later, she achieved her master’s degree in Soil Science with focus on Soil Classification and Mineralogy in the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco. In 2018, successfully defended a thesis entitled “Bioconcentration and desorption kinetic of potentially toxic elements in soils cultivated with horticultural crops in organic and conventional systems” obtaining the degree of Doctor in Science – Area: Soil and Plant Nutrition from the University of Sao Paulo. For one year, worked as visiting scholar at the University of Idaho, where performed studies about the dynamic of dissolved organic matter as well as desorption and mobility of copper in agricultural soils. Now, she holds a postdoctoral fellowship at the Federal University of Parana, where she works mainly with soil parameters and fertility evaluation in forest areas. As result of her research, she has published papers in scientific journals and several works in scientific events. Research and applied research activity are related to dynamic of potentially toxic elements in agricultural soil, evaluation of soil fertility and quality.
Dr. Eloa Araujo research interest are Soil Environmental Chemistry; Dynamic of Potentially Toxic Elements; Soil Quality Parameters and Methods of Evaluation.