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Antonio Girona-García

Antonio Girona-García

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

  • Researcher ID: F-3775-2016
  • ORCID: 0000-0001-7003-8950
  • Ciencia ID: CB1C-9761-428B
  • Department: Environment and Planning
  • Research Group: Coastal Zone Planning & Manag.
  • ISI Web of KnowledgeSM search factor: F-3775-2016
  • Title: Supervisor: Category: BO Grant type: BPD Funding entity: FCT Grant reference: BPD/FEMME/2019 – PCIF/MPG/0019/2017 Start date: 2019-06-01 End date: 2022-06-01

Research interests

- Fire effects on soil chemical and biological properties.
- Effects of vegetation shifts on the amount and composition of soil organic matter.
- Post-fire soil erosion risk modelling.


Academic degrees

2015-2019: PhD in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences - University of Zaragoza.
2013-2015: MSc in Soil and Water Management - University of Lleida, Autonomous University of Barcelona, University of Barcelona, Public University of Navarra.
2008-2013: BSc in Environmental Sciences - University Miguel Hernández of Elche.

Scientific activities

- June 2019 - present: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow - Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM).
- April 2015 - April 2019: PhD Student in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (University of Zaragoza, Spain).
- July 2018 - October 2018: Visiting research scholar at the Moscow Forestry Sciences Laboratory of the U.S. Forest Service (Moscow, Idaho, USA).
- November 2014 - December 2014: visiting researcher at the Institute of Agrobiology and Natural Resources of the Spanish National Research Council (IRNAS-CSIC, Sevilla, Spain).


- Extraordinary PhD Prize. University of Zaragoza. 2020.
- Roland Schlich travel support award. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2020.
- Trabaud award to the best oral presentation in the VII FuegoRED International Meeting 2017. University of León (Spain), 17-20th October 2017.
- Best oral presentation award. Seminar of PhD students in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences of the University of Zaragoza. 10 March, 2017. Zaragoza (Spain).



FEMME - Development of a post-Fire Erosion risk Modelling tool for forest Management decision support, in particular, the application of Emergency stabilization measures See more

Scientific Supervision

CESAM Funding: