Bachelor in Biology, his professional activity focuses on the management and restoration of the landscape. He is an expert in Bioengineering. He is the Vice President of the Spanish Association of Landscape Engineering (AEIP) and member on-board of the European Soil & Water Engineering Group (ESWEG).
PhD in Biology, his research focuses on the biogeochemistry of aquatic ecosystems and the processing of dissolved organic matter in stream ecosystems. He is the Head of the Department of Ecology of the University of Barcelona as well as the Head of Centre de Recerca d’Alta Muntanya (CRAM-Vielha).
Bachelor in Biology, his current professional activity is focused on the management and restoration of natural environment in the Basin of Besós River. He is an expert in wastewater treatment. He was the Head of the wastewater treatment plant of Montornès del Vallès and Head of Department of wastewater treatment plant outflows control .
PhD in Biology, her research focuses on the biogeochemistry of nitrogen, phosphorus and carbon in rivers and riparian zones, the hydrological and biological interactions between these two ecosystems and how global change, especially urban activity, affects these processes.
PhD in Biology, her research focuses on the study of the structure, dynamics and function of aquatic communities and ecosystems dominated by plants in coastal waters, wetlands and inland waters (rivers and lakes).
PhD in Biology, her research focuses on the study of the consequences of climate change and human activities on the functioning and structure of both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, and how this ultimately affects their ability to retain and transform nutrients at different temporal and spatial scales.
PhD in Biology, his research focuses on stream biogeochemistry and more specifically how human activity affects the capacity of streams and rivers to process nutrients, mainly nitrogen and carbon.
She got her PhD in Biology from University of Barcelona on 2010 working on the interactions between stream morphology, hydrology and nutrient cycling. Her current research focuses on the understanding of stream functional processes under natural and disturbed conditions.
His research is focused on denitrifying and nitrifying bacteria, and how they develop in aquatic systems under anthropological influences, such as waste water treatment plant effluents.
Her research focus on the effects of river restoration techniques, specifically the plantation of helophytes, on pore water chemistry, focusing on understanding the mechanisms that control changes in carbon and distinguishing the specific factors that drive biogeochemical processes responsible to improve water quality.