I’m a professor of ecology at the University of Granada and one of the most cited spanish ecologists. I leaded the creation of the Sierra Nevada LTER site, acting as scientific coordinator. Also I was involved in mediterranean plant ecology and plant-animal interactions, fostering knowledge transfer from science to environmental decision process. Of the terrestrial ecology research group I’m the PI.
I studied biology (botany) and environmental sciences in the University of Granada (too many years ago…). Since 2006 I have been involved in the conceptualization and implementation of Sierra Nevada Global Change Observatory. I am also teaching ecoinformatics and applied ecology at the University of Granada.
I’m biologist and have a Master in Applied Statistics and I’m working for this group since 2009. Here I adquired high skills on analysis of ecological data wit R and programming tools. My interest are global change ecology, forest ecology, remote sensing and Data Analysis and Ecoinformatics.
I am Environmental Scientist by University of Granada and hold a Master Degree in GIS by University of Girona. My expertise is related to land use changes, socioecological systems and ecosystem services. Since 2010 I work in the Departament of Ecology at the University of Granada as a member of the Sierra Nevada Global Change Observatory.
I am an Environmental Scientist by Pablo de Olavide University and hold a Master Degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Amsterdam. I work as an ecologist at the University of Granada since January 2016.
My work consists basically in the management and justification of the projects in which we are involved. I worked previously in the Department of Ecology and in the Department of Zoology (Faculty of Sciences).