Juan Manuel Valero-Rodriguez

Juan Manuel Valero-Rodriguez
University of Bergen | UiB · Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

PhD

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Introduction
I spent most of my training and PhD days studying coastal impacts of marine ecosystems. In Australia I delved on the potential of macroalgae species to act as bioremediation agents. After the thesis I moved to Spain to study the environmental resilience and sustainability of the aquaculture industry. At the moment I am at the U.of Bergen with a SEAS postdoctoral fellowship to study the mechanisms that influence the seasonality and distribution of fucoid species under a climate change context.
Additional affiliations
December 2020 - November 2021
University of Alicante
Position
  • Senior Researcher
Description
  • Senior Researcher. Laboratory manager affiliated to Project GLORiA (GLObal change Resilience in Aquaculture)
September 2014 - February 2015
University of Alicante
Position
  • Technician
Description
  • Fatty acid analysis of samples extracted from aquaculture escapees.
Education
July 2015 - January 2020
University of Melbourne
Field of study
  • Marine Ecology
September 2012 - July 2013
September 2011 - July 2012
University of Alicante
Field of study
  • Analysis and Management of Mediterranean Ecosystems

Publications

Publications (9)
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Escape incidents of farmed fish involve economic losses to fish farms, interactions with local fisheries and environmental impacts to coastal ecosystems. In order to ensure a sustainable aquaculture activity it is advisable to gather any kind of information about the escapees for further management strategies. In this study, we aimed to trace the l...
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Algal bioremediation can significantly improve the quality of wastewater by assimilating nutrients. However, the efficiency and stability of this approach depends on identifying suitable algae based on their biomass productivity and ability to outcompete less desirable algae. Here, we compare the productivity and competitive ability of three taxa o...
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Current trends in aquaculture research are towards more sustainable aquaculture, implementing more environment-friendly models such as integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) systems. One possible IMTA strategy involves taking advantage of the species that naturally grow on aquaculture facility structures. Since amphipods have been cultured on...
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Ecological tools are commonly used to monitor ecosystems and improve their evaluation and management. Bioindicadors are a good option to use for this purpose. Macroalgae stand out as good bioindicators of environmental quality. In the present study, algal communities were compared between protected and unprotected marine areas. We compared algal co...
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Escape incidents in coastal aquaculture lead to economic losses for farmers and may have indirect socioeconomic effects on local fisheries. In this study, the relationship of meagre, Argyrosomus regius (Asso), production in open-sea cages and coastal small-scale fisheries was analysed through captures of escapes, which are easily detected because t...
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The population of meagre (Argyrosomus regius) has increased dramatically around the Western Mediterranean, accompanied by a higher seasonal incidence of the species in fishery landings. Presumably because of escapes, this new predator is gaining ground in marine habitats where it was normally not found. Given the lack of knowledge about the potenti...

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Projects (3)
Project
https://www.uib.no/en/seas SEAS aims to recruit and bring together a group of 37 highly talented experienced researchers who will provide knowledge crucial for a more sustainable marine future. Humanity’s well-being is deeply intertwined with the health of the ocean. It sustains us, stabilizes the climate and leads to greater prosperity. With expertise in a broad range of fields, this group will strengthen and facilitate UiB’s strong commitment to marine science and ocean sustainability, aligned with the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and The European Green Deal. SEAS aims to devise a flagship programme at UiB of world-class training and support that will guide and support the SEAS fellows to reach professional maturity as successful leaders in both academic and non-academic sectors, equipped with transferable skills in inter- and trans-disciplinary research and intersectoral collaboration. SEAS aims to strengthen the institutional culture at UiB - in close cooperation with our SEAS-partners and other collaborators - into one of innovation, collaboration and transdisciplinary research, at the forefront of the global drive for sustainability. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 101034309.
Project
Our objective is to promote participatory management in relation to fish escapes to anticipate future scenarios, increase scientific knowledge on their socioeconomic impact and propose improvements in fish traceability.
Archived project
I'm trying to investigate the potential of macroalgae species to reduce the amount of nutrient excess in coastal marine ecosystems.