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Weight-of-evidence in Environmental Assessment

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Short description / Objective

Our aim is to apply and develop tools to the characterization, integration and management of sediment and dredged material. Use of mathematical tools in sediment quality classification and assessment. In particular, we develop lines of evidence as input of Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) risk assessment, in a context where strategies to mitigate the climate change require international cooperation.

People

  • María del Camino Martín Torre
  • Itziar Muñoz Díaz
  • Berta Galán Corta
  • Alberto Coz Fernandez
  • Javier R. Viguri Fuente

Mobility and Internationalization

María del Camino Martin Torre , FPI Grant, July-November, 2014. Advisor: Prof. Murat V. Ardelan. Department of Chemistry at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Scientific adviser in SINTEF, Marine Environmental Technology. Trondheim, Norway.

Maria Cruz Payán, FPI Grant, March-June, 2011. Advisor: Prof. Carlo Vandecasteele. Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Leuven, Heverlee, Belgium.

Alberto Coz Fernandez. Short Course. Geochemical Modeling International Workshop. K.U. Leuven, Belgium. 6-7.01.2011.

Javier R. Viguri, Mobility program PR2009-0212, 01.02.2010-27.10.2010, Advisor: Prof. Nikholaos Sahinidis. Chemical Engineering Department. Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

Cristina Gonzalez Piñuela, Ph.D., FPI Grant, 2006, Advisor: Prof. Foppe Smedes. National Institute for Coastal and Marine Management RIKZ, Haren, The Netherlands.