Dr. José Luis Vicente Vicente is a post-doctoral reseacher in the working group Sustainable Resource Management and Global Change. He is an environmental scientist focused on:
- Negative emission technologies
- Ecosystem services
- Soil organic carbon sequestration in Mediterranean agroecosystems
- Biogeochemical cycles and GHG emissions
Further research interests lie in the fields of food sovereignty and environmental impacts of food production in the framework of climate change.
He studied Environmental Sciences at the University of Salamanca (Spain). During his PhD Dr. José Luis Vicente Vicente has worked in Andalusia (Spain), Italy and Scotland assessing the effects of the agricultural management practices on CO2 emissions.
Vicente-Vicente, J.L., Gómez-Muñoz, B., Hinojosa-Centeno, M.B., Smith, P., Garcia-Ruiza, R., 2017. Carbon saturation and assessment of soil organic carbon fractions in Mediterranean rainfed olive orchards under plant cover management. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 245:135-146
Vicente-Vicente, J.L, 2017. Doctoral Thesis. Soil organic carbon sequestration in Andalusian olive groves: effect of the managements on soil organic carbon dynamics
Chamizo, S., Serrano-Ortiz, P., López-Ballesteros, A., Sánchez-Cañete, E.P., Vicente-Vicente, J.L., Kowalski, A.S., 2017. Net ecosystem CO2 exchange in an irrigated olive orchard of SE Spain: influence of weed cover. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 239:51-64.
Vicente-Vicente, J.L., García-Ruiz, R., Francaviglia, R., Aguilera, E., Smith, P., 2016. Soil carbon sequestration rates under Mediterranean woody crops using recommended management practices: A meta-analysis. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 235:204 – 214.
López-Vicente, M., García-Ruiz, R., Guzmán, G., Vicente-Vicente, J.L., Van Wesemael, B., Gómez, J.A., 2016. Temporal stability and patterns of runoff and runon with different cover crops in an olive orchard (SW Andalusia, Spain). Catena, 147:125–137.