Cristina (BSc Environmental Sciences, MSc and PhD Ecological Economics) is a Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellow at ICTA. Until Summer 2017, she develops her outgoing stay at the Center for Industrial Ecology, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University.
She is interested in the analysis of activities in which water and energy security interfere with each other and how these analysis inform decision making. Her current research focuses on the assessment of shale gas extraction using hydraulic fracturing in the US and the EU.
Concepts: Metabolism of Socio-ecosystems, Complex Systems, Biophysical Accounting; Water Footprint, Virtual Water, Water-Food-Energy Nexus, Environmental Conflicts.
Tools: MuSIASEM: Multi-Scale Integrated Assessment of Societal and Ecosystem Metabolism, Input-Output, GIS, Life Cycle Analysis, Material and Energy Flow Accounting, Multi-criteria Evaluation, Participatory Analysis.
Geographies: Spain, Andalusia (Spain), Catalonia (Spain), Pennsylvania (US), United States, Indian Punjab, Mauritius Island, Ecuador, European Union.
Other interests: R-Programming, Visualization, Network Analysis, Primary and Secondary Education, Science Outreach.
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On research leave at Yale University until Summer 2017:
Yale University, Center for Industrial Ecology.
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