I am a graduate in Environmental Sciences, with a Master in Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Ecosystem Services in the Specialty of Adaptation Techniques to Global Change and Mitigation of its Effects. I have been a fellow at CAESCG conducting research related to the functioning of gypsum ecosystems. In addition, I have had the opportunity to participate in the Life ADAPTAMED project with a predoctoral contract in which I carried out the short-term monitoring by remote sensing of the main actions carried out in this project.
I am currently a research staff in the INDALO project and I am about to start doctoral studies related to the use of spectral indices obtained from satellite images for the study of the dynamics of groundwater-dependent ecosystems.
My research interests are focused on the use of remote sensing for the study of vegetation from the functional component and for the study of its evolution in the face of global change.
- Ecosystem functioning and remote sensing