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Sánchez Moral, Sergio
Centro o Instituto
CSIC - Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (MNCN)
Investigador Cientifico del CSIC
Ph.D. in Geosciences (1994), has over 20 years experience in modeling low-Temperature geochemical processes including isotope geochemistry and geomicrobiology with an internationally recognised track record of applying specialised analytical techniques for problem solving applied to surface and sub-surface processes. Currently he is Head of the Department of Geology of the National Museum of Natural Sciences (MNCN). He was the coordinator and principal investigator of the research teams of the Altamira Cave during the period 2002-2012. He has participated in, or led a variety of large research projects involving national and international institutions and has experience as PI on five funded research projects related to CO2. From last 5 years SSM has been principal investigator of several research projects funded in competitive calls by Spanish public bodies, including: CGL2010-17108/BTE: Temporal variability of CO2 concentration in karst systems: mechanisms for subsurface-atmosphere interaction and implications for fluxes estimation in the global carbon balance; CGL2013-43324-R: Sourcing methane and carbon dioxide in subsurface environments. Dr. Sanchez-Moral has an international research profile and has generated a large internationally recognised body of research with over published 80 SCI-indexed papers (http://www.researcherid.com/rid/A-7333-2013) (http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7382-3441). From last 5 years, the research group of SSM has focused his major efforts on the application of stable isotope geochemistry and cave monitoring to solving the issue of CO2 and CH4 exchange processes between terrestrial ecosystems and the atmosphere as a key to understanding the feedbacks between climate change and the land surface.
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