Has been part of 8 CREAF projects Projects involved in SOCRATES Sequential destabilization of C and N in biogeochemical cycles to increasing temperatures in the subartic region View projects Research groups this member belongs to PROTECSOLS Consolidated Research Group on Soil Protection Related linksMy Google Scholar profile Sara Marañón's Curriculum Vitae Web of Knowledge email@example.comOffice: C5/058orcid profile researchergate profile twitter profile I hold a PhD in Ecology by the University of Granada (2011), and I am currently an ecology and soil science researcher at CREAF. Since March 2020, I am also Serra Hunter Assistant Professor at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.My research focuses on the effects of global change and ecosystem perturbations (e.g.: warming, drought, N deposition, wildfires, management, etc.) on soil microbial activity, soil community composition and plant-soil interactions from tropical to high-latitude ecosystems.One of my major interests is to investigate how climate change impacts the C and N biogeochemical cycles, the physiology of soil microbes and the consequences for ecosystems stoichiometry and C sequestration. For that, I currently work in geothermally warmed grasslands in Iceland, thawing peatlands in Sweden and in long-term research sites in Mediterranean ecosystems. I am also interested on the evaluation of silvicultural and agricultural practices for a sustainable ecological and biogeochemical functioning of agroecosystems and natural ecosystems.