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AFRICAGUA 2019 - FUERTEVENTURA

Researchers from the Institute of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources at the Africagua Canary Islands Meeting.


The Photocatalysis and Spectroscopy for Environmental Applications group finalizes its research project

The Photocatalysis and Spectroscopy for Environmental Applications (FEAM) research group is a division within the Institute of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources (i-UNAT). This division is a recognized research group within the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC).

The Project actually started in May 2018. This Project entitled Investigation of the interactions of NOX on semiconductors supported in bioadsorbents, from different vegetal residues of Gran Canaria, and of the efficiency of their elimination.


Interview with Pedro Sosa, Professor of Botany

Pedro Sosa, Professor of Botany and member of the Institute for Environmental Studies and Natural Resources imparted the inaugural lecture dedicated to the biodiversity of the Canary Islands during 2019-2020 Academic Opening Ceremony of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. 

 


María del Carmen Cabrera, member of the GEOVOL division of the Institute of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources (i-UNAT) attended the 46th IAH Congress held in Malaga between 23 and 27 September. 

 


XXII National Meeting of Analytical Chemistry

Attendance of members of AQMA at the XXII National Meeting of Analytical Chemistry held in Valladolid on 17-19th July.

 

 


JULY 2019. LAJIAL Project holds its first meeting

The initial meeting of the LAJIAL project was held between 15 and 20 July at the University Institute of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources (i-UNAT) of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC).


Efficient use of water and its reuse for adaptation to climate change in Macaronesia

Researchers from the University Institute of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources (i-UNAT) in collaboration with members of the company AIRDRONE3D and within the framework of the ADAPTaRES Project - "Efficient use of water and its reuse for adaptation to climate change in Macaronesia", participated in several flights with a multispectral camera over the experimental plots located in the ETARs of Santa Cruz and Santa Catarina on the island of Santiago (Cape Verde).

 


The lecturer D. José Juan Santana Rodríguez gave an invited lecture at Comenius University - Bratislava - Eslovaquia

Conference-seminar given by Prof. José Juan Santana Rodríguez at Comenius University - Bratislava - Slovakia, entitled Micropollutants in the environment: some case studies.


The large eruption in the last 5,000 years ocurred Cerro Blanco in the Central Andes

-A team of Spanish and Argentine researchers has determined the unique origin of the large ash deposits that covered a large area of northwestern Argentina.

-The eruption, which occurred 4,200 years ago, is comparable in volume of material expelled to that of the island of Santorini (around 1616-1639 B.C.), origin for many authors of the myth of Atlantis and destroyer of the Minoan civilization on the neighbouring island of Crete.




GEOLODIA 2019 - GRAN CANARIA

From the GEOVOL Division that belongs to the University Instituto of Environmental Studies and Natural Resources, there will be a free excursion on Saturday 11 May 2019. 


The next 25th-28th of March will take place at University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria the Environmental Conference organized by i-UNAT. 

 

 


DECEMBER 2018. The lecturer D. José Juan Santana-Rodríguez gave an invited lecture on The International Conference On Water: From Pollution To Purification

The International Conference was held in Kottayam, India from 7 to 10 December 2018.


NOVEMBER 2018. GEOVOL division researchers complited the first detailed map of the Holocene volcanism of Gran Canaria

The work presents the first detailed map of the Holocene eruptions of Gran Canaria (Canary Islands, Spain) and was published in Journal of Map

 



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