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Environmental Science

The Environment in Times of Pandemic

Confinement has given rise to numerous online cultural and scientific dissemination initiatives to help keep us busy and learn new things at home. As part of this trend, the Eucrante Association has offered two free online talks by Miguel Rodilla, research professor at Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València, and marine environment expert. […]

Study of Environmental Variables Influencing Tellinas and Venus Clams in the Gulf of Valencia

Analyzing the functions of physical, chemical and biological gradients on the sandy beach communities in the south of the Gulf of Valencia, was one of the objectives of the research conducted by Julia Escrivá Perales for her Doctoral Thesis, “Study of the Exploitable Banks of Donax Trunculus and Chamelea Gallina in the Southern Sector of the […]

“Preserving the Beach-Dune Ecosystem Guarantees the Future of Our Beaches”

With seafront promenades washed away and extensive damage to buildings and infrastructure, the destruction caused by Storm Gloria could run into the tens of millions. What are the causes of such devastating effects? And what can we do to prevent them? Vídeo from À Punt Notícies Both the Research Institute for Integrated Management of Coastal […]

Campus Gandia Takes Part in the Biofira Encounter to Fight Climate Change

On Saturday, November 16th, Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València UPV took part in Biofira, a fair held in Gandia with the intention of raising awareness and proposing ideas to respond to the challenges of climate change. Biofira was organized by the Gandia – la Safor Climate Change and Sustainability Neighborhood Movement (MVCCS, […]

Campus Gandia Joins a CREAF Project to Prepare a Climate Change Strategy for the Serpis Basin

Campus Gandia UPV has held the first participatory meetings for the REDAPTA project, promoted by CREAF (Center for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications), whose objective is to prepare a climate change strategy for the Serpis and Tordera (Catalonia) river basins. Last week, the REDAPTA project, “Building spaces of governance for adaptation to global change in […]

A Simple Change to Submarine Outfall Design Would Reduce Wastewater Pollution in Gandia Beaches

Enabling the adequate dilution of pollutants, facilitating self-purification in the marine aquatic environment and avoiding harmful effects to the environment and human health. This is the main goal of the submarine outfalls present on the Valencian coast, among them the Gandia outfall. The municipal wastewater is discharged through this pipeline into the sea, after having […]

UPV Project Analyzes Serpis River Water for Environmental Recovery

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Identifying the causes behind problems such as the odors, solid waste and isolated fish mortalities in the final stretch of the Serpis River, at the mouth in Gandia. This is the main objective of the project titled “Diagnosis of the Water in the Urban Stretch and the Mouth of the Serpis River for its Environmental Recovery”, […]

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