Who am I?
I am a postdoc researcher at the Fluvial Dynamics and Hydrology Group from the University of Cordoba, focusing on the impact of microclimate conditions on the hydrology of Andalusian mountainous and dehesa areas. Before, I was a Marie Curie Fellow at Prof. Baldocchi Biometlab (University of California, Berkeley), with IFAPA Research Center (Cordoba, Spain) and Dr. Gonzalez-Dugo department as my core institution, modeling savanna water and carbon fluxes integrating multiple source-scale Earth Observation data. At the end of 2015, I joined the UNU-FLORES institute (Dresden, Germany), where I contributed to the development of the “Nexus Water-Soil-Waste approach,” being also the European leader of the TIGER project “Remote Sensing of water use and water stress in African savanna ecosystem from local to regional scale: Implications for land productivity.” After my Ph.D., I was a postdoc in the Dept. of Env. Science, Policy, and Management at the Univ. of California (Berkeley), also under the supervision of Prof. Dennis D. Baldocchi, where I continued my research on water dynamics over semi-arid ecosystems, evaluating the Tonzi savanna rangeland. I completed my Ph.D. in December 2014, supervised by Dr. González-Dugo and Prof. Polo-Gómez.