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Firma en Digital.CSIC (*):
Rey, Ana
 
Otras firmas:
Rey Simó, Ana
 
Centro o Instituto:
CSIC - Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (MNCN)
 
Departamento:
Biogeografía y Cambio Global
 
Categoría Profesional:
Cientifico titular del CSIC
 
Especialización:
My main interest is to study the carbon blanace of terrestrial ecosustems and its response to climate change. I did my Ph.D. at Edinburgh University where I trained as a Plant Ecophysiologist. My theis dealt with the response of trees to increased atmospheric CO2 concentration. After that I worked as a Postdoc for several years at Edinburgh on several european porjects dealing with carbon and nutrogen cycling in Euroepan forests, part of the CRBOEUROPE and FLUXNET international networks. I have also worked as a visitor in several US Universities such as Biosphere2 Centre of Clumbia University, NCAR in COlorado, Stand and DAvis University. I was a Visiting Expert in FAO working on a project dealing with carbon sequestration strategies in drylands. I have also ived for several years in Italy where I have collaborated with the Universtiy of VIterbo, CNRROme and INGV. I am currently an associated scientist of these institutions. In 2007 I became a Permanent researcher at CSIC and since then I have concentrated my reasearch on the impact of climate change on Mediterranan and forest ecosystems. Current research interests in our group include the impact of human activities on the ecplogical, physiological, of Mediterranean forests, the interaction between different global change drivers, forest dieback, bitoic and abiotic emissio of greenhouse gases, abitoic processes of litter deocmpositon., etc.
 
Email:
arey@mncn.csic.es
 
 
 
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1closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgApr-2017Biotic degradation at night, abiotic degradation at day: positive feedbacks on litter decomposition in drylandsGliksman, D.; Rey, Ana  ; Seligmann, R.; Seligmann, R.; Dumbur, R.; Sperling, O.; Navon, Y.; Haenel, S.; De Angelis, P.; Arnone, J.A.; Grünzweig, J.M.artículo
2closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2017Changes in soil moisture predict soil carbon losses upon rewetting in a perennial semiarid steppe in SE SpainRey, Ana  ; Oyonarte, Cecilio; Morán-López, Teresa; Raimundo, Joao; Pegoraro, Emilianoartículo
3closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgJun-2017Earthworm population and microbial activity temporal dynamics in a Caspian Hyrcanian mixed forestBayranvand, Mohammad; Kooch, Yahya; Rey, Ana  artículo
4closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgMay-2017Holm oak decline triggers changes in plant succession and microbial communities, with implications for ecosystem C and N cyclingRodríguez, Alexandra ; Curiel Yuste, Jorge  ; Rey, Ana  ; Durán, J.; García-Camacho, R.; Gallardo, A.; Valladares Ros, Fernando  artículo
5closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpgJan-2016Isoprenoids emission in Stipa tenacissima L.: Photosynthetic control and the effect of UV lightGuidolotti, Gabriele; Rey, Ana  ; Medori, Mauro; Calfapietra, Carloartículo
6closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg15-Mar-2018Ivermectin residues disrupt dung beetle diversity, soil properties and ecosystem functioning: An interdisciplinary field studyVerdú, José R.; Lobo, Jorge M.  ; Sánchez-Piñero, Francisco; Gallego, Belén; Numa, Catherine; Lumaret, Jean-Pierre; Cortez, Vieyle; Ortiz, Antonio J.; Tonelli, M.; García-Teba, Juan P.; Rey, Ana  ; Rodríguez, Alexandra ; Durán, Jorgeartículo
7closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2015Mind the gap: non-biological processes contributing to soil CO2 effluxRey, Ana  artículo
8openAccessNature Cliamte Change May 2015 POSTPRINT.pdf.jpg2015Optimal stomatal behaviour around the worldLin, Yan-Shih; Rey, Ana  artículo
9closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg15-Jan-2016Soil properties control decomposition of soil organic carbon: Results from data-assimilation analysisXu, Xia; Shi, Zheng; Li, Dejun; Rey, Ana  ; Ruan, Honghua; Craine, Joseph M.; Liang, J.; Zhou, J.; Luo, Yiqiartículo
10closedAccessaccesoRestringido.pdf.jpg2017The Contribution of Photodegradation to Litter Decomposition in Semiarid Mediterranean Grasslands Depends on its Interaction with Local Humidity Conditions, Litter Quality and PositionAlmagro, María ; Martínez-López, Javier; Maestre, F. T.; Rey, Ana  artículo