Dario Domingo, Postdoc Margarita Salas, has been awarded with the first prize for the contribution “Assessment of forest vulnerability to the pine processionary moth: a case study in Cuenca mountain range”, co-authored by Gabriel Sangüesa-Barreda, José Miguel Olano and Cristina Gómez at the congress of the Spanish Association of Remote Sensing. The contribution is framed […]
It is an inmense honor to receive this great distinction for scientific groups.
Miguel García-Hidalgo is currently on a research stay as a visiting scientist in the Landscape Ecology and Ecosystem Dynamics (LEED) Institute lead by Prof. Dr. Martin Wilmking. During this time in Greifswald, Miguel will delve on new approaches for dendro research using Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning tools with the dendro staff of LEED. Enjoy […]
A recent research led by Gabriel Sangüesa-Barreda in Tenerife Island revealed the oldest living tree in the European Union with an age of 1481 years. The article that is available in Ecology is the result of a collaboration between Universidad de Valladolid, Rey Juan Carlos University, Tenerife Vertical and Teide National Park. Our research found […]
We are very pleased to welcome Xavier Takam Tiamgne, PhD student at the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences —Copperbelt University, Zambia— to the Cambium Research Group. Xavier is currently working on assessing the impact of mining on the socio-ecological system using an interdisciplinary approach. He will be joining us for 5 months to apply […]