Multidisciplinary group devoted to investigate the processes that govern the dynamics of recent and present marine sedimentary systems from observational and modeling techniques. We study the causes and effects of natural sedimentary processes in a multidisciplinary approach, investigating the interactions they have with the dynamics of biological, geochemical and physical processes. We analyze their effects on the ecosystem, their interactions with human activities and their implications for environmental management. We also analyze the environmental impact of human activities on sedimentary systems and their consequences for society. The main themes of our current research are the morphodynamic evolution and the erosion, transport and record of sedimentary material in relation to the current dynamic processes, anthropogenic activities and their recent evolution as a reference to help improve the knowledge of global changes.
Ocean and Littoral Sedimentary Processes
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Time Series of Hydrochange. Catalán continental rise. Currents, temperature, salinity, turbidity.
Time Series of the Coastal Ocean Observatory, Barcelona, Castelldefels, Vilanova I la Geltrú. Video monitoring, temperature, salinity, currents, turbidity, water samples, sediment samples, sediment grain size, nutrients, chlorophyll.
Oceanographic chuises: Abides1, Abides, 2, Abides ROV, Abides 3. Chief SAcientist: Pere Puig
Toxic anthropogenic signature in Antarctic continental shelf and deep sea sedimentsScientific Reports 8: 9154 (2018)http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-27375-4
Bridging the gap between the shallow and deep oceans: The key role of submarine canyonsProgress in Oceanography 169: 1-5 (2018)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pocean.2018.08.006
Particle fluxes induced by benthic storms during the 2012 dense shelf water cascading and open sea convection period in the northwestern Mediterranean basinMarine Geology 406: 119-131 (2018)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2018.09.010
Enhancement of sedimentation rates in the Foix Canyon after the renewal of trawling fleets in the early XXIst centuryDeep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 132: 51-59 (2018)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr.2018.01.002
Large sediment waves over the Gulf of Roses upper continental slope (NW Mediterranean)Marine Geology 399: 84-96 (2018)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2018.02.006
- Period: from 2016 to 2018Funding entity:PN2015 - PROY I+D+I - PROGRAMA ESTATAL DE I+D+I ORIENTADA A LOS RETOS DE LA SOCIEDAD - PLAN ESTATAL DE INVESTIGACIÓN CIENTÍFICA Y TÉCNICA Y DE INNOVACIÓN 2013-2016Principal Investigator:Puig Alenyà, Pere, Ocean and Littoral Sedimentary ProcessesRef.:CTM2015-65142-RAmount awarded:195000.00€
- Period: from 2016 to 2021Funding entity:H2020-BG-2016-1Ref.:H2020-FOOD/0319Amount awarded:230428.00€
- Period: from 2018 to 2021Funding entity:GCT - Ayudas para apoyar a los grupos de investigación (SGR) que desarrollen investigación en Cataluña en las diferentes áreas científicas.Principal Investigator:Palanques Monteys, Albert, Ocean and Littoral Sedimentary ProcessesRef.:2017_SGR_00863Amount awarded:43843.94€
Period: from 2015 to 2018Funding company:Person in charge:Guillén Aranda, Jorge B., Ocean and Littoral Sedimentary Processes
Period: from 2017 to 2018Funding company:Person in charge:Palanques Monteys, Albert, Ocean and Littoral Sedimentary ProcessesAmount:26572.22 €