Institute full name:

Universitat de Valencia Estudi General

Institute acronym:

SEDER UVEG

Institute profile:

SEDER is a established research team of the University of Valencia that aim to understand the Land Degradation processes and impact in Mediterranean type ecosystems.
SEDER is focused in the study of Soil Erosion processes and in the impact of
forest fire, agriculture and talus embankments.

Institute website

www.soilerosion.eu

Address

Soil Erosion and Degradation
Research Group (SEDER)

Departament de Geografia

Universitat de València

Blasco Ibañez 28

46010

Valencia

Spain

Fax 34 96 3864249

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Involved Personnel

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Prof. Dr. Artemi Cerdà

Tel: +34 96 3864882

Fax:
34 96 3864249

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Coordinating national
and international research projects; Soil
erosion expert, fundamental and applied research related to effects of forest
fire agriculture and , soil erosion and flooding risks.

 

Dr. Merche B Bodí

Tel: +34 96 3864237

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Her research has been focussed in fire affected ecosystems although she also worked in unburned forests and agricultural lands. The topics studied were: ash effects, carbon balance, water quality, water repellent soils, soil
hydrology and erosion, soil degradation and geomorphology.

 

Dr. Antonio Giménez
Morera

Tel: +34 96 3864237

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Economist working on the
sustainability of agriculture and strategies to achieve a viable agriculture

 

Félix González Peñaloza

 Tel: +34 96 3864237

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GIS expert working on the desertification of the Cànyoles river basin

 

Alicia Morugan

 

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Soil microbiologist working on the impact of agriculture on soil biological quality