Marta González Carballo

Marta González Carballo
Instituto Español de Oceanografia | IEO · Centro Oceanográfico de Canarias

PhD student in Marine Biology
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Introduction
Marta González Carballo currently works as Marine Biologist at Instituto Español de Oceanografía (IEO, Canary Islands, Spain). She is also working on her Doctoral Thesis: 'Análisis espacio-temporal de la pradera de Cymodocea nodosa de Granadilla (Tenerife, Islas Canarias) y de su afección por la construcción de un nuevo puerto industrial.' Before that, she was developing REDMIC (www.redmic.es) at Observatorio Ambiental Granadilla.
Additional affiliations
July 2021 - present
Instituto Español de Oceanografia
Position
  • Titulada superior en el proyecto Estrategias Marinas (ESMARES2)
November 2019 - June 2021
Instituto Español de Oceanografia
Position
  • Researcher
September 2016 - present
Universidad de La Laguna
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (14)
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The use of fish aggregating devices (FADs) in tropical tuna fisheries has increased significantly during recent decades. Concurrently, concern about juvenile tuna mortality, bycatch, and marine debris associated with FAD fisheries increased, and this led to the implementation of FAD management measures and more sustainable designs (e.g., non-entang...
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El presente documento revisa la situación y aporta nuevos datos para las tortugas marinas en España durante el periodo 2013-2018. Se revisa el estado de conservación para el periodo 2013-2018 en cada una de las demarcaciones marítimas españolas: Levante –Baleares y Estrecho-Alborán para el Mediterráneo, y Noratlántica, Sudatlántica y Macaronesia en...
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This document provides an update on the statistics reported for the Spanish purse seine fleet fisheries in the Indian Ocean for the period 1984 to 2019. Data include catch and effort statistics, as well as some fishery indicators by species and fishing mode. Information about the coverage of the sampling, together with maps and diagrams illustratin...
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Since starting up the Spanish purse seiner's fishery in the Indian Ocean, the concentration of tuna schools under natural floating objects adrift has been exploited. Thus, two different mode sets are performed: associated school sets (sets on Floating Objects or FOBs), and free school sets (Free sets). The number of sets on FOBs has been consistent...
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In a recent study, the authors concluded that there is a lagged effect modulated mainly by PDO-SOI, which could be related to a good recruitment, larval survival, or improved spawning, after analyzing the combined effect of the main atmospheric teleconnections affecting the Indian Ocean (i.e. South Oscillation Index-SOI-, Pacific Decadal Oscillatio...
Technical Report
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Report on the environmental monitoring (geophysics, seabed sampling, physical and chemical characteristics, and planton) made on the submarine volcano of Tagoro (El Hierro Islands) to evaluate the degree of affection and recovery on the marine ecosystem of the last volcanic eruption in the Canary region, making it extendable to other regions of the...

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Projects (2)
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REDMIC surge como una herramienta para optimizar los procesos que forman parte de un proyecto científico. La plataforma permite la obtención de los datos de múltiples orígenes y diferente naturaleza, el procesamiento y adecuación antes de la publicación, así como la explotación, ya sea mediante la visualización o herramientas analíticas, ya sean integradas o de terceros. "Las hipótesis van y vienen pero los datos persisten"
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1. Conocer el estado de conservación de las praderas de Cymodocea nodosa situadas en la costa sureste de la isla de Tenerife, concretamente las situadas entre Tajao y La Tejita (“Sebadal de Granadilla”) y su evolución temporal y espacial. 2. Conocer el efecto que ha tenido la construcción y puesta en funcionamiento del puerto industrial de Granadilla sobre el sebadal de la zona. 3. Definir las estrategias usadas por la planta para resistir a los impactos externos así como su capacidad de resiliencia.