Gloria Misson (Udine, 1988) undertook her PhD in Environmental Life Science two years ago in the University of Trieste. Her PhD is focused in understanding the key features of the carbon cycle in sediments of seagrasses meadows and seagrass wrack litter, proposing experimental models in order to understand the problems and perspectives. At CEAB she is currently learning advanced techniques for seagrass sediment cores analysis and developed statistical and time series elaborations of samples from the Balearic Islands. Gloria is a MCs in Ecology, Marine Sciences (2013, University of Genova, Italy). The title of her Master Thesis was “Coastal hydrodynamics and marine priority habitat: new 2D modelling approach to evaluate the regression in Posidonia oceanica meadows on a Mediterranean scale”.
Reading, gardening, aquarist and crafts work.
Seagrass meadows, seagrass wrack piles, sediments, carbon efflux and biogas production.