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  • EEBAS
    EEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutants in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixtures of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurrence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of the Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages

     ix) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of GibraltarEEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of the coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutant in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixture of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at a regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in the coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of the CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interestin the natural barriers of Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages

     ix) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
  • EEBAS
    EEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutants in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixtures of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurrence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of the Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages

     ix) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
  • EEBAS
    EEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutants in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixtures of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurrence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of the Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages

     ix) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
  • EEBAS
    EEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutants in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixture of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurrence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of the Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages 
     ix) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of GibraltarEEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of the coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutant in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixture of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at a regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in the coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of the CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interestin the natural barriers of Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages

  • EEBAS
    EEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutants in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixtures of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurrence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of the Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages 
     ix) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of GibraltarEEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of the coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutant in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixture of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at a regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in the coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of the CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interestin the natural barriers of Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages

  • EEBAS
    EEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutants in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixtures of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurrence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of the Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages 
     ix) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of GibraltarEEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of the coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutant in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixture of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at a regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in the coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of the CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interestin the natural barriers of Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages

  • EEBAS
    EEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutants in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixtures of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurrence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of the Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages 
     ix) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of GibraltarEEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of the coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutant in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixture of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at a regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in the coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of the CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interestin the natural barriers of Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages

  • EEBAS
    EEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutants in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixtures of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurrence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of the Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages 
     ix) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interest in the natural barriers of GibraltarEEBAS research 
        
    [The main objective of the EEBAS group is to increase the knowledge of the coastal and oceanic biogeochemical processes, focusing on biodiversity studies of aquatic ecosystems and their response to the environmental stress]

     Currently, the research projects carried out by our team are related to:
    i) ecotoxicological effects of conventional and emergent (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nanoparticles) pollutant in marine organisms from different phyla
    ii) environmental risk assessment associated to mixture of pollutants and the drifting due to global change
    iii) impact of anthropogenic activities on biogeochemical marine cycles (metals) at a regional and global level
    iv) identification of the inputs and pathways of pollutants in the coastal systems (ground water, rivers, atmospheric deposition, etc.)
    v) processes of transfer and exchange of natural and anthropogenic substances in the atmosphere-ocean interface (surface microlayer)
    vi) analysis of the CO2 bio-catchment processes of marine microalgae
    vii) development and optimization of analytical techniques and methods for the study of biogeochemical marine processes
    viii) isolation of marine phototrophic picoplankton from different geographic areas
    ix) monitoring the occurence of African-origin invertebrates in the Gulf of Cadiz and further expansion of these species
    x) genetic variability in populations of decapod crustaceans and bivalve mollusks, with special interestin the natural barriers of Gibraltar Strait and the Almeria-Oran front
    xi) identification of larval stages of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques and development of identification keys
    xii) phylogeny of decapod crustaceans by the use of both morphologic and molecular techniques for adults and larval stages

 

 

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