Each process that occurs in the cosmos from the explosion of a supernova, the photosynthesis of a plant, droughts or warm or cold periods, among others, leaves a chemical and ultimately isotopic trace. These ”fingerprints” allow us to study what has happened on the scale of years, decades of years, hundreds or thousands of years in an ecosystem.
These isotopic traces of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur and argon in different Andalucian ecosystems will be used as tools to assess the effects of Global change and the origin of changes in biodiversity. In this way, science-based policies can be implemented to preserve and restore biodiversity.
- Integrated study of Atmospheric Isotopic Data (LWE2103028)
- Isotopic data from lakes and wetlands (LWE2103029)
- Analysis of isotopic data of lands (LWE2103030)
- Historical isotopic data (LWE2103031)
- Generating a data base for traceability (LWE2103032)