Antonio is Professor of Soil Science at the Faculty of Biology of the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. He is the coordinator of the research group Earth System Science (ES2). His research is mainly concerned with applications of environmental geochemistry for the characterization of ecosystems’ functioning and tracing past environmental changes, with particular interest on the role of human activities since prehistor.
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Ancient history and edaphology.
Wood Sci Technol
Understanding the spatial distribution of factors controlling topsoil organic carbon content in European soils.
Science of the Total Environment, 609
Potential of pyrolysis-GC-MS molecular fingerprint as a proxy of Modern AgeIberian shipwreck wood preservation.
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolisis, 126
Downstream changes in molecular composition of DOM along a headwater stream in the Harz mountains (Central Germany) as determined by FTIR, Pyrolysis-GC-MS and THM-GC-MS.
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 126
Soil organic carbon stocks in Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos, under different climate change scenarios.