PhD, Research Fellow 

E-mail: arey@eeza.csic.es

Address:

Estación Experimental de Zonas Áridas
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Calle General Segura 1
E-04001 Almería
Spain

Phone: +34 950281045 (ext. 307)
Fax: +34 950277100

 


 

Education

1993-1997  

Ph.D. Biological Sciences

Department of Ecology, University of Barcelona (Spain)

Field work:

Thesis

Supervisor

Duration

Qualification

 

: Cum laude
: three and a half years
: Prof. Paul Jarvis FRS.
: "Response of young birch trees (Betula pendula Roth.) to increased atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration"
University of Edinburgh (UK)
1991-1992  

Postgraduate studies (two years)

School of Forestry, University Polytechnic of Madrid (Spain)

Courses

: General Statistics, Experimental Design, Selviculture, Mediterranean Forestry, Quantitative Ecology, etc.
1990-1991  

M.Sc. Environmental Pollution (15 months)

School of Civil Engineering, University Polytechnic of Madrid

Thesis

: "Natural emissions of greenhouse gases in Spain"
1984-1989  

B.Sc. Biological Sciences (Five year degree)

University Autónoma of Madrid (Spain)

Speciality:

Environmental Sciences

 


 

Employment

Since 2004   Research Fellow, Ramón y Cajal Programme (MEC), CSIC, Spain
2003   Visiting Scientist, Land and Water Development Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome
2001-2002   Research Associate, School of Geosciences, Edinburgh University, UK.
1999-2000   Research Fellow (granted by Edinburgh University), Institute of Ecology and Resources Management (IERM), UK
1998   Research Associate, IERM, Edinburgh University, UK.
1996-1997   Research Associate, IERM, Edinburgh University, UK.
1993-1996   PhD. Student-Research Associate, IERM, Edinburgh University, UK
1992   Visiting Scientist, University of Davis and Stanford University (USA)
1990-1991   Consultant for the MOPU, Spain

 


 

Research interests

 

 


 

Publications

 

Global Change Biology

Wind as a main driver of the net ecosystem carbon balance of a semiarid Mediterranean steppe in the South East of Spain

Journal of Arid Environments

Carbon and water exchange in semiarid ecosystems in SE Spain

Ecological Indicators

The use of soil respiration as an ecological indicator in arid ecosystems of the SE of Spain: spatial variability and controlling factors

Global Change Biology

Wind a main driver of the net ecosystem carbon balance of a semiarid steppe in the South east of Spain

Ecosystems

Biological soil crust microsites are the main contributor to soil respiration in a semiarid ecosystem

Soil Biology and Biochemistry -pdf

Impact of land degradation on soil respiration in a steppe semiarid ecosystem

Plant, Cell and Environment -pdf

Soil fertility affects tree root biomass responses to elevated CO2: A meta-analysis.

European Journal of Soil Science

Carbon mineralization rates at different soil depths across a network of European forest sites (FORCAST).

Photosynthetica

Variations in daytime net carbon and water exchange in a montane shrubland ecosystem in southeast Spain

Functional Plant Biology

The effect of elevated CO2, soil and atmospheric water deficit and seasonal phenology on leaf and ecosystem isoprene emission

Tree Physiology

and wetting of soils stimulates decomposition and carbon dioxide emission: the “Birch Effect"

New Phytologist

Different responses of root biomass and soil CO2 efflux to elevated atmospheric [CO2] in nutrient-limited and unlimited experiments

Photosynthetica

Net ecosystem carbon and water exchange in a montane shrubland ecosystem in southeast Spain

Global Change Biology

Soil respiration in a Mediterranean oak forest at different developmental stages after coppicing

Global Change Biology

Modelling the effect of temperature on carbon mineralization rates across a network of European forest sites (FORCAST)

Global Change Biology

Drought effect on isoprene production and consumption in Bisphere 2 tropical rain forest

Global Change Biology

Temporal and spatial variation in soil respiration in a chronosequence of a Quercus cerris forest in central Italy.

Drying and wetting of soils stimulates decomposition and carbon dioxide emission: the “Birch Effect”.

European Journal of Soil Science

The effect of soil temperature and soil moisture on carbon mineralisation rates in a Mediterranean forest soil

Oecologia -pdf

The interacting effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration, drought and leaf-to-air vapour pressure deficit on ecosystem isoprene fluxes.

Functional Plant Biology -pdf

The effect of elevated CO2 concentration and VPD on isoprene emission rates from leaves of Populus deltoides Bartr. trees during a drought experiment.

Atmospheric Environment -pdf

Effect of drought on isoprene emission rates from leaves of Quercus virginiana Mill..

Functional Plant Biology

Effect of elevated CO2 concentration and vapour pressure deficit on isoprene emission from leaves of Populus deltoides during drought.

Soil carbon sequestration in dryland farming systems.

FAO Soil Bulletin Series. Land and Water Development Division. FAO. Rome, Italy.

A review of carbon sequestration projects.

FAO Soil Bulletin Series. Land and Water Development Division.

Carbon sequestration in dryland soils.

European Journal of Soil Science

Soil atmosphere exchange of greenhouse gases: interactions of soil physical factors and biological processes.

Global Biogeochemical Cycles

Factors influencing soil respiration in Mediterranean ecosystems.

Global Change Biology -pdf

Annual variability in soil respiration and its components in a coppice oak forest in Central Italy.

Global Change Biology

Seasonal variability in soil respiration and its components in a coppice oak forest in central Italy.

Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B-Biology

Effects of elevated ultraviolet radiation and endophytic fungi on plant growth and insect feeding in Lolium perenne, Festuca rubra, F-arundinacea and F-pratensis.

New Phytologist

Stomatal conductance of forest species after long-term exposure to elevated CO2 concentration: a synthesis.

Above-ground Growth Responses of Forest Trees to Elevated Atmospheric CO2.

Tree Physiology

Testing a process-based model of tree seedling growth by manipulating CO2 and nutrient uptake.

Plant, Cell and Environment

Effects of elevated CO2 on photosynthesis in European forest species: a meta-analysis of model parameters.

Global Change Biology

The photosynthesis-leaf nitrogen relationship at ambient and elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide: a meta-analysis.

Plant, Cell and Environment

Quantifying the effects of leaf nitrogen content and leaf mass per area on photosynthesis of plants grown under elevated atmospheric CO2 enrichment.

Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

The sensitivity of stand-scale photosynthesis and transpiration to changes in CO2 and climate.

Long-term photosynthetic acclimation to elevated atmospheric CO2 in birch (Betula pendula Roth.).

Belowground responses to increased atmospheric CO2 concentration in birch (Betula pendula Roth.).

Global Change Biology

Modelling the carbon balance of young birch trees in ambient and elevated CO2 concentrations.

Tree Physiology

Long-term photosynthetic acclimation to elevated CO2 in birch (Betula pendula Roth.).

Ph.D. Thesis. University of Barcelona. 293 p. February 1997.

Response of young birch trees (Betula pendula Roth.) to increased atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration.

Annals of Botany

Growth response of young birch trees (Betula pendula Roth.) after four and a half years in elevated CO2.

Botanical Journal of Scotland

An overview of long-term effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on growth and physiology of birch (Betula pendula Roth.).



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