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Cesar Paradinas Blazquez

Cesar Paradinas Blazquez
Climate Research Foundation (FIC)

Master of Science

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Diadromous species are particularly vulnerable to climate change because they utilize both marine and freshwater habitat to complete their life cycles. Dispersal plays an important role in restraining the distribution of plant and animal species, and is a key mechanism to allow diadromous species to adapt to changes in habitat suitability, but it i...
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The Mediterranean region is a climate change hotspot, especially concerning issues of hydrological planning and urban water supply systems. In this context, the Jucar River Basin (Spain) presents an increase of frequency, intensity and duration of extreme meteorological phenomena, such as torrential rains, droughts or heat waves, which directly aff...
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RESCCUE is an H2020 research project that aims to help cities around the world to become more resilient to physical, social, and economic challenges, using the water sector as the central point of the approach. Since 2016, RESCCUE has been developing methodologies and tools to support cities increase their resilience. The three RESCCUE cities, Barc...
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Presentation made during the UHINAK IV the Cross-border conference on climate and coastal change that took place in Irún (Spain) during the days 4-5 of November 2020. The abstract works on a comparative study between the ECCLIPSE and CRISI-ADAPT II European projects regarding their respective local future climate scenarios in the Port of Valencia....
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Dynamical climate models present an initialisation problem due to the poor availability of deep oceanic data, which is required for the model assimilation process. In this sense, teleconnection indices, defined from spatial and temporal patterns of climatic variables, are conceived as useful tools to complement them. In this work, the near‐term cli...
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2018 EGU General Assembly abstract presented covering the results obtained through the analysis of Zuñiga's weather diary in México during the years 1775-1785. For the full thesis, consult DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.13816.65286 (in Spanish).
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“Este trabajo analiza los datos diarios encontrados en un manuscrito escrito en Ciudad de México en los años 1775-1786. Para tal propósito, los datos fueron transcritos. Las descripciones literales han sido codificadas mediante índices numéricos. Para validar las series históricas, las distribuciones resultantes de los índices hidrometeorológicos s...
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"Este trabajo analiza la aparición de una inusual y extrema ola de calor que afectó a la Península Ibérica durante 6 días del 11 de junio al 16 de junio. Esta ola, a pesar de su relativa gran intensidad, es más conocida por su temprana aparición afectando a la geografía Ibérica durante un periodo climatológicamente más fresco y dinámico que el seco...

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Projects (3)
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Temporal and spatial features of the rainfall are analysed at local and global scale according to exhaustive methods (Lorenz curve, fractal behaviour, Shannon Entropy, ...). A global characterisation of the rainfall is required in the climate simulation and climate change analysis.
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The recently launched RESCCUE project (“Resilience to cope with Climate Change in Urban Areas – a multisectorial approach focusing on water”) aims to provide practical and innovative models and tools to end-users facing climate change challenges to build more resilient cities. The project will provide tools to assess urban resilience from a multisectorial approach, for current and future climate scenarios and including multiple hazards. This holistic approach to urban resilience will enable city managers and urban systems operators to decide the optimal investments to cope with future situations. RESCCUE is a 48-month duration project built around three research sites (Barcelona, Lisbon and Bristol) coordinated by Aquatec and co-funded by the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement no.700174.