In addition, in support of their research, teaching and management trainees, research members provide their services and develop their training in the center under the aegis of the Academic Coordinator.
The Centre is supported in research and academic activities by all departments, university institutes and research groups at the University of Alicante to propose courses of action related with the objectives, proposing responsible for the different lines of research.
PCB Font Roja Natura
Dr. Andreu Bonet
ECFRN UA Coordinator
University of Alicante
Ap Correos, 99
Tf. 965330198; 965903732
Postdoctoral collaborator. Doctor in Biology and PhD Extraordinary Award for the thesis "A critical study of the Vascular Flora of the Province of Alicante: Aspects of Nomenclature, biogeographic and Conservation" defended in 2005. His research has focused on the description of plant diversity in Alicante, as well as the development of conservation strategies. He has participated in various research projects such as "Study on the flora and vegetation of the mountains of Els Plans and Renton (Alicante). Bases for preservation" or "scientific research applied to conservation of endangered species of flora Alicante Directive Habitats. " He has worked in the administration Valenciana management of endangered flora and European projects such as "Creating the network of micro-reserves in the Valencian Community," "Restoration of priority habitats" and "Valorisation of High Mountain Habitats priority." Author or coauthor of several books on flora and its conservation. He advises ORCA project (Institut d'Estudis Catalans) since 1997 and Flora Iberica (CSIC) since 1995.
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PhD in Biology from the University of Alicante with the thesis entitled "Ecological aspects and techniques of fuel (slash and controlled burning) in high risk bush fire dominated by Ulex parviflorus" . Her research as a senior researcher at the CEAM Foundation since 1992 and is Associate Professor of Ecology at the University of Alicante. His research focuses on the study of Mediterranean vegetation dynamics after forest fire ecology of species at high risk of fire and in the development of fuel removal techniques to reduce the risk of fire. He has participated in ten research projects in this area being a principal investigator in projects Fireman (recurrence of fires in Mediterranean ecosystems: implications for regressive or progressive successional trajectories in a global change scenario) and FIREMAP (Integrated Risk Analysis forest fires using remote sensing and geographic information systems). : Analysis of the vulnerability of ecosystems to fire. He has collaborated with governments in developing management plans and management to reduce the incidence of forest fires. Currently working with the Department of Interior for the characterization of vegetation types in relation to risk of fire and the fuel management techniques in firewall areas.
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PhD in Geography (1997) and member of the research group MedSPai (Universitat d'Alacant) and researcher responsible for it since 2010. His main research interests concern the Mediterranean vegetable landscape changes due to changes of soil and land use applications such as colonization in abandoned fields, response of vegetation post-fire and, more recently, on distribution of rare flora, endemic or threatened (cacuminal vegetation in the Serra d'Aitana ) and thematic mapping of the physical environment, including those chorological mapping plant species (eg, Helianthemum caput- felis ) and uses and land cover and geomorphic hazards from a diachronic perspective.
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Doctor in Geography (2006) and member of the research group MedSPai (Universitat d'Alacant). His main research interests concern the historical transformations of the Mediterranean landscape, especially in the last 300 years, and thematic mapping of the physical environment, including flora chorological mapping rare, endemic or threatened use and land cover and geomorphic hazards from a diachronic perspective. Among his publications, notes the book "The Valencian landscape transformations in the eighteenth century. A geographical perspective", the fruit of his doctoral thesis.
Pep Cantó is graduated in Advertising Design at the Escola d'arts i Oficis d'Alcoi and University Expert in protection of protected areas by the UA. Ornithologist and naturalist; painter naturalist and environmental educator by profession. He is author of five books, which has been illustrated and written: urban wildlife d'Alcoi, La Font Roja. Images of a Garrigue, Guide of the finches of the Parque Natural of the of the Font Roja, traces, traces and signs of Mediterranean fauna raptors of Mediterranean ecosystems, Flora and fauna of the Mediterranean rivers.He has done illustrations for the freshwater fishes catalog for the Region of Valencia's Minister for Environment. He works as technician and environmental educator at the center of visitors of the Font Roja's Nature Reserve El Carrascal.