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Ana Andries is an early-stage researcher, currently working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Surrey, Guildford, UK.

Ana obtained her higher education degree at the University of Alexandru Ioan Cuza (BSc and MSc), University of South Wales (MSc) and University of Surrey (Ph.D.) and is also a member of the Royal Cartography Society (BCS). Ana has an academic background in environmental geography, sustainability, and conservation, and before starting her PhD in assessing the potential of Earth Observation (EO) to support SDG indicators, she spent several years working as GIS Quality Control for Rural Payment Agency (RPA), office of DEFRA, inside European Union projects. Her research interests cover SDGs, EO satellite data, corruption, education, poverty, inequality, biodiversity, conservation biology and soil health. In exploring these interests, Ana has worked with mixed research methods, including semi-structured interviews and secondary data analysis (e.g., processing satellite data, statistical techniques, geoprocessing analysis).

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