Rodrigo Balaguer Romano

I have a BSc in Biology by the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM, 2018), a MRes in Biodiversity Conservation, Management and Restoration by the University of Granada (UGR, 2019) and a PhD in Science by the National Distance Education University (UNED, 2023).

My research interests address the assessment of global change impacts over forest ecosystems, with the aim of contributing to the development of adaptive strategies. Under a bioinformatic and ecological modelling perspective, I study the functioning and dynamics of forest ecosystems, and its feed-backs with environmental processes such as rewilding, wildfire activity and carbon balances.

Currently, I am working as a postdoctoral researcher supervised by CREAF researcher Josep M. Espelta, at the H2020 EU funded wildE project.