Advisor: Gil Bohrer, Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering
Camilo is interested in studying gas exchange between the atmosphere and the biosphere under current and future climate scenarios. Currently, he is studying the effect of different land covers on methane emissions from wetlands in Ohio. He is also working on a project to monitor methane emissions associated to the extraction of shale gas through the process of hydraulic fracturing 'fracking'. Finally, Camilo is working on a paper to determine the contribution of advection to the fluxes of water vapor in the coast of the Red Sea in Israel.