Has been part of 10 CREAF projects Projects involved in SOCRATES Sequential destabilization of C and N in biogeochemical cycles to increasing temperatures in the subartic region COVID-NOX Global decoupling of COVID-19 infection and activities from lockdown to post-lockdown period using observations from the space ELEMENTAL-CLIMATE Impacts of climate change on bioelemental stocks and flows and feedbacks on ecosystems and crops View projects Research groups this member belongs to Global Ecology Unit firstname.lastname@example.org profile I am an associate researcher at CREAF and member of the Global Ecology Unit (CREAF-CSIC-UAB, Catalonia). Currently, I am a Marie Curie postdoctoral researcher at ‘Plants and Ecosystems’ group (PLECO, University of Antwerpen, Belgium) in the frame of the FROSTLAND project, to investigate the impacts of permafrost degradation on peatland biogeochemistry in arctic and subarctic regions. I am also coordinating the scientific committee of the Alt Pirineu Natural Park.My research combines several disciplines in Ecology: plant biology, fungal biology, community structure, functional ecology, ecosystem dynamics, plant-soil interactions and diversity patterns. Over the last few years, I have conducted observational and experimental studies to analyse the effects of environmental variability on ecosystem functioning in contrasting biomes: in alpine regions (Pyrenees, Himalaya), in the Subarctic (Scandes), in the Arctic (Greenland, Alaska), in the Tropics (French Guiana), and in Mediterranean regions (Catalonia). I have also participated as a technician in a field campaign in the Antarctic.