Isabel Marín Beltrán; PhD
Postdoctoral researcher (March 2019 − present). Research project: Microplastics in the Aquatic environment: Sources and Sinks. Centro do Ciências de Mar do Algarve (CCMAR), Universidade do Algarve, Faro (Portugal). Supervisor: Prof Clara Costa.
PhD Marine Sciences (July 2017). Research project: Effects of atmospheric deposition on microbial dynamics and composition in two anthropogenically-influenced contrasted coastal sites. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona (Spain). Supervisor: Dr Franz Peters.
MSc Marine Sciences (September 2011). Research project: Determination of Caretta caretta foraging areas within the Mediterranean Sea based on their isotopic signature. Universitat de Barcelona − Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona (Spain). Supervisor: Dr Luis Cardona.
BSc Marine Sciences (June 2010). Specialty in Oceanography and Marine Environment. Universidad de Cádiz, Cádiz (Spain).
BSc Geology (September 2007). Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza (Spain).
I am enthusiastic and hard-working researcher with a broad background from Geology to Marine Sciences, lately specialized in marine biogeochemistry, atmosphere-ocean interaction, microbiology, and plastic pollution. During last years I have had the opportunity to work with scientists from diverse disciplines and from different worldwide institutions. This has allowed me to learn from their expertise, while I am able to substantially contribute in different scientific areas due to my broad view of Earth and Environmental Sciences. I am keen advocate that citizens are key actors to achieve a better ecological and socio-economical model, that’s the reason why I find dissemination activities of outstanding importance in the area of Earth Sciences.
I have authored 7 publications in JCR journals, a doctoral dissertation and a chapter of a book. The full list of publications can be found at my ORCID website. I have also reviewed manuscripts for the journals JGR – Biogeosciences, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, and MOJ Ecology & Environmental Science.
O CCMAR e a Universidade do Algarve receberam o Corpo Nacional de Escutas do Algarve num dia cheio de atividades, com o objetivo de alertar para a importância da reciclagem.
“Cientificamente provável” é o nome do projeto que quer levar a ciência do CCMAR às escolas. O projeto vai no segundo ano letivo e o sucesso é tal que já estão praticamente esgotadas as iniciativas.
Isabel Marín Beltrán, investigadora do CCMAR, foi uma das jovens cientistas convidadas pela Science para escrever sobre como imaginam o mundo em 2040, considerando o possível impacto do COVID-19.
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