Martí Generó Magalí
MSc in Science and Technology of Water at the University of Girona. BSc in Biology at the University of Girona.
I have always been interested in environmental science, water supplies and global climate change. More specifically I am focused with the study of the N, C and S microbial communities in Peatlands which are directly related with greenhouse gas emissions. We also study the Peatland microbial community under different climate factors such as changes in precipitation, temperature and atmospheric nitrogen deposition.
2012 – present: Effects of nitrogen and sulfate deposition and temperature on the microbial community structure and functional groups in boreal minerotrophic mires – analysis of a long-term permanent field manipulation experiment.
2009 – present: PEATBOG - Pollution and Temperature Impacts on Peatland Biodiversity and Biogeochemistry (ERA-net BiodivERsA). Investigating the impact of nitrogen pollution and climate change on the diversity and function of the microbial communities in European peatlands.
2009 – 2010: Application of a novel Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis Assay for Characterization of the genotypic diversity of Norovirus in a Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant in Göteborg, Sweden.
2007 – 2009: Development and Application of a Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis Assay for Characterization of Genetic Diversity of Norovirus in Wastewater.
Phone: + 46 13 28 22 96
The Department of Thematic Studies -
Water and Environmental Studies
581 83 Linköping
About Tema V (WES)
Water and Environmental Studies is an interdisciplinary research unit focusing on issues regarding water supply, sustainable development, climate change and food in history and society. Education in Water and Environmental Studies: under graduate level, master level, graduate level (PhD).
The objective for TEMA - The Department of Thematic Studies is to pursue excellent research and education at undergraduate and advanced levels relevant to society. Tema aims to provide a major impetus in career development for both future researchers and those who have just entered the field of research
Last updated: 2012-05-31