Santiago Beguería

Santiago Beguería

Researcher at the Spanish Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).

INNOMED Newsletter issue #3

The third issue of the INNOMED newsletter, informing about the project’s developments between January and August 2019, has been released. You can download an electronic version, or use our contact form if you want a printed copy.

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INNOMED flyer

  Download you preferred version of the INNOMED flyer (there are version in English, Romanian, Russian, Greek, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and soon in French, too), or contact us if you want a printed copy. INNOMED_flyer_EN INNOMED_flyer_GR INNOMED_flyer_RO INNOMED_flyer_RU INNOMED_flyer_ES INNOMED_flyer_PT INNOMED_flyer_IT

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Plenary meeting and field visit in Balti, Moldova

  During the days 19th to 21st of June we had our first annual meeting of the INNOMED project, organised by Prof. Boris Boincean and Dr. Marin Cebotari from the Selectia Research Institute of Field Crops. The meeting was hosted by the Alecu Russo Balti State University. There is a close collaboration between the two institutions, since Selectia opened the Chair of Agro-ecology in 2003. This allows researchers from Selectia to be involved in the education activities, and at the same…

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Peach orchard field trial, Spain

  A field trial experiment has been started in the framework of INNOMED in the experimental fields of the Aula Dei experimental station (EEAD-CSIC) in Zaragoza, Spain. The purpose of this experiment is to improve our understanding of the effects of deficit irrigation on fruit production and quality parameters. The experiment has been set up in a pre-existing peach tree orchard with trees of the Extreme July variety. Full irrigation up to 100% of the theoretical requirements will be applied…

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INNOMED is hiring!

  We are happy to announce a three-year postdoctoral Research Assistant position within the INNOMED project. The position is currently open in the Erosion and Soil and Water Evaluation (EESA) lab at Estación Experimental de Aula Dei (EEAD-CSIC) in Zaragoza (Spain), with an immediately available start date. The net salary amounts to (around) 35,700 € per year. [Edit: This position is no longer open.] The applicant filling this position is expected to actively advance research on projects related to numerical simulation…

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Field visit to Herdade do Esporão in Alentejo

Right after the mid-term plenary meeting in Lisbon in November 2017, on Thursday 9 we went on a field visit to the study area in the Alentejo region. This includes the reservoirs and irrigation areas of the Esporão, Vigia and Monte Novo reservoirs, near the beautiful city of Évora. The visit was organised and guided by our hosts in Portugal and INNOMED team members, Paulo Diogo and Pedro Beça. The visit to the Herdade do Esporao in Reguengos de Monsaraz was…

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Introducing the INNOMED project

INNOMED is a collaborative international research project under the ERA-NET WaterWorks2015 Call  (H2020-WATER 3-2015). WaterWorks2015 is a joint program from the Water JPI and the FACCE JPI. INNOMED aims to develop and apply a multidisciplinary approach to quantify the physical and economic effects of alternative management options in forestry and agriculture on the local and the catchment’s water balance. The INNOMED project brings together partners from Spain (CSIC), Cyprus (CyI), Italy (POLIMI and CNR-ISAFOM), Portugal (NOVA.ID.FCT), France (CIRAD-UMR-CIRED) and Moldova…

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