I received my PhD in Applied Sciences to the Environment in 2021. I am currently working as a post-doctoral researcher at University of Almería (Spain). My research interests revolve around the identification of key variables to characterize social-ecological systems, and the characterization and mapping of archetypical social-ecological systems and their dynamics.
Telecoupling of land use systems, Land governance, Land change trade-offs for ecosystem services and biodiversity , Land management systems, Urban-rural interactions
A new article in Environmental Research Letters proposes a data-driven methodological routine based on multivariate statistical analysis to identify the most relevant indicators for mapping and characterizing SES archetypes in a particular region.
A new paper in Landscape and Urban Planning shows how integrating two approaches provides spatial templates for targeting policy responses related to the sustainable intensification of agricultural systems, the disappearance of traditional cropping systems and abandonment of rural lands, or the reconnection of urban population with the local environment, among others.