Hermelindo Castro Nogueira

Doctor in Biological Sciences
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Hermelindo Castro Nogueira

Hermelindo Castro Nogueira holds a PhD in Biological Sciences and is Professor of Ecology in the Department of Biology and Ecology at the University of Almeria. He has been coordinator of Environmental Sciences at this university; Provincial Director of the Environment Agency (1985-1994); General Director of the Network of Protected Natural Spaces of Andalusia (2000-2004); General Director of the Andalusian Water Institute (2004-2008) and Director of the Andalusian Center for the Evaluation and Assessment of Global Change from 2008 to February 2020.

His teaching and research dedication is linked to applied ecology and conservation biology. He is co-author of more than twenty books on Andalusian natural aspects and their representative ecosystems. He has published thirty papers in scientific journals and twelve popular science articles. Fifteen projects focused on applied ecology and natural resource management, nature conservation and the enhancement, among others, of Cabo de Gata until its conversion into Cabo de Gata Nijar Natural Park in 1985.



Social indicators of ecosystem restoration for enhancing human wellbeing Impulsando estrategias colectivas ciencia-gestión-sociedad para conservar el hábitat de Ziziphus lotus (Hábitat Prioritario 5220) MONOGRÁFICO: Interfaz ciencia-gestión-sociedad en el ámbito de la conservación: avances conceptuales y metodológicos Social learning for facilitating dialogue and understanding of the ecosystem services approach: lessons from a cross-border experience in the Alboran Marine Basin Remote-sensing based approach to forecast habitat quality under climate change scenarios. Exploring institutional mechanisms for scientific input into the management cycle of the National Protected Area Network of Peru: gaps and opportunities Impacts of land use change on ecosystem services and implications for human well-being in Spanish drylands Landscape influence on the feeding habits of European badger (Meles meles) in arid Spain The value of time in biological conservation and supplied ecosystem services: A willingness to give up time exercise Hábitos alimenticios del tejón europeo en un paisaje árido mediterráneo de la provincia de Almería Science-policy interfaces for addressing environmental problems in arid Spain Modeling spatial distribution of European badger in arid landscapes: an ecosystem functioning approach From supply to social demand: a landscape scale analysis of the water regulation service Selection of ecological indicators for the conservation, management and monitoring of Mediterranean coastal salinas
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