FOL welcomes Juan to the team
Dr Juan Bueno Pardo is joining FOL in September to work at the FutureMARES project. The overall goal is helping to provide socially and economically viable actions, strategies and Nature Based Solutions for Climate Change adaptation and mitigation from marine ecosystems. Together with Elena Ojea, Juan will be leading Work Package 5, integrating ecological and social research in order to identify the most vulnerable marine ecosystem services and dependent livelihoods. During the next two years, Juan will be also in charge of developing an R tool for carrying out climate vulnerability assessments (together with a Shiny app, https://shiny.rstudio.com/) in collaboration with members of the FOL team.
Juan completed his PhD at the University of Oviedo and the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (2014, Spain) on theoretical ecology, moving after that to the field of fisheries ecology and vulnerability assessments by participating in European projects like CERES or MCES in Portugal. His research interests are wide as can be inferred from his publication record, with several works modeling physiological traits of organisms from the perspective of bioenergetics, others related to fisheries, and more recently within the field of climate change vulnerability assessments. The common ground of his work is data analysis using R, aiming to disentangle the relationships between the marine environment and the organisms or societies related.
We are looking forward to working with him as new member of FOL. Welcome Juan!
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