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Evenor-Tech, SL, Solutions for soil use and protection (CSIC Spin-off)

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Evenor-Tech

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Evenor-Tech, is a Technology-Based Company which provides a combination of technical and R+D services to contribute towards advanced and sustainable land management. Furthermore, it provides specialized information and advisory services to both public and private entities. Its broad areas of expertise include: Modelling and simulation of land process and conducting scenario analysis; Architecture of geo-databases and decision support systems; Soil biodiversity, productivity and degradation; Mitigation and adaptation strategies for land use management; Environmental and socio-economic accounting of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem services; and Policy advice.

Evenor-Tech coordinates several projects for the Andalusia Government related with land use planning and policy implementation. Examples are: Modelling of carbon sequestration capacity of Mediterranean soils; Vulnerability of soil under scenarios of climate change in Andalusia region; and Vulnerability of ecosystem services to land use change in Andalusia region.

Institute website

www.evenor-tech.com

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Evenor-Tech, SL (CSIC Spin-off)

Building CSIC-IRNAS

Ave. Reina Mercedes 10

PO Box: 1052

41012 Seville

Spain

T +34 954 62 47 11 (Ext.125)

M +34 651 54 97 21

F +34 954 62 03 15

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José Miguel Pérez Álvarez This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Case Study Deputy, Project Partner silouette man 

Dr. María Anaya-Romero

Tel: +34651549721

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Coordinating projects about land use planning and policies; applied research related to land evaluation under scenarios of global change; transference of technology and know-how to the private and administration sector.

 

Sara Muñoz-Vallés This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Project partner woman silhouette 
Francisco José Blanco-Velázquez This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Project partner  silouette man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

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