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Gonzalo Hernández Romero holds a degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Salamanca and completed the Master in Geoinformatics for Natural Resource Management at the School of Agricultural and Forestry Engineering of the University of León, which trains for the management of natural resources in a transversal way through the development or application of computer programming, mathematical models and remote sensing tools.
He completed his Master's Thesis on "Analysis of the effects of land use and land cover change on the provision of ecosystem services and implementation of green and blue infrastructure networks in the Cantabrian Mountains" in collaboration with the Continental Ecosystems group of IHCantabria, where he is currently working as an integrated technologist in different European and national projects such as ALICE or the Global Change Monitoring Network in the Picos de Europa National Park.
Habitat mapping in landscape units at different spatio-temporal scales
Assessment of land use changes and their impact on ecosystem services.
Characterisation of nature-based solutions, such as green and blue infrastructure elements.