Pablo Rodríguez-Ros

Pablo Rodríguez-Ros
Institut de Ciències del Mar · Department of Marine Biology

PhD in Marine Sciences
Currently, tackling scientific and environmental issues through building bridges between science, society, and politics.

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Introduction
Biogeochemical modelling of marine isoprene cycling in the surface ocean with a special focus on the Southern Ocean. Currently, tackling scientific and environmental issues through building bridges between science, society, and politics.
Additional affiliations
January 2016 - April 2016
Laval University
Position
  • Visitant PhD Student
Description
  • 3-months Research Stage at Takuvik joint U. Laval / CNRS laboratory program. Supervirsors: Dr. Marti Gali and Dr. Marcel Babin.
September 2015 - September 2019
Institut de Ciències del Mar
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • "Biogeochemical modelling of marine volatile compounds with climatic roles". Dr. Rafel Simó (Advisor) and Dr. Sergio Vallina (co-advisor). "PhD Program in Marine Sciences" UPC. ''La Caixa Foundation Studentship"- 4 years Studentship (2015-2019).
September 2014 - present
Institut de Ciències del Mar
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Professors or Scientists in charge of the research: Dr. Rafel Simó. ''La Caixa Foundation Studentship"- 4 years Studentship (2015-2019).
Education
September 2013 - October 2014
Spanish National Research Council
Field of study
  • Global Change
January 2013 - September 2013
University of Aberdeen
Field of study
  • Biological Oceanography
September 2008 - July 2013
University of Murcia
Field of study
  • Earth Science

Publications

Publications (17)
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Isoprene produced by marine phytoplankton acts as a precursor of secondary organic aerosol and thereby affects cloud formation and brightness over the remote oceans. Yet the marine isoprene emission is poorly constrained, with discrepancies among estimates that reach 2 orders of magnitude. Here we present ISOREMS, the first satellite‐only based alg...
Preprint
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The Southern Ocean is a critical component of Earth’s climate system, but its remoteness makes it challenging to develop a holistic understanding of its processes from the small to the large scale. As a result, our knowledge of this vast region remains largely incomplete. The Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition (ACE, austral summer 2016/2017) sur...
Thesis
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Isoprene (C5H8) is the most widely emitted biogenic volatile organic carbon (BVOC). It is produced in the biosphere both on land and in the ocean, and in the atmosphere it acts as a precursor of secondary organic aerosols. Isoprene has an eminently biological origin in phytoplankton; but its agents, production and recycling mechanisms, including ph...
Technical Report
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Under the framework of the project ‘Assessment and Feasibility Study for the Design of a Citizens’ Climate Assembly in the Balearic Islands’, carried out by the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB) and financed by the European Climate Foundation, we have prepared a proposal for a citizens’ climate assembly in the Balearic Islands, which will be...
Article
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Isoprene contributes to the formation of ozone and secondary organic aerosol in the atmosphere, and thus influences cloud albedo and climate. Isoprene is ubiquitous in the surface open ocean where it is produced by phytoplankton, however emissions from the global ocean are poorly constrained, in part due to a lack of knowledge of oceanic sink or de...
Data
Supplementary Information to Landwehr, S., Volpi, M., Haumann, F. A., Robinson, C. M., Thurnherr, I., Ferracci, V., Baccarini, A., Thomas, J., Gorodetskaya, I., Tatzelt, C., Henning, S., Modini, R. L., Forrer, H. J., Lin, Y., Cassar, N., Simó, R., Hassler, C., Moallemi, A., Fawcett, S. E., Harris, N., Airs, R., Derkani, M. H., Alberello, A., Toffol...
Article
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The Southern Ocean is a critical component of Earth's climate system, but its remoteness makes it challenging to develop a holistic understanding of its processes from the small scale to the large scale. As a result, our knowledge of this vast region remains largely incomplete. The Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition (ACE, austral summer 2016/201...
Article
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Isoprene is a biogenic trace gas produced by terrestrial vegetation and marine phytoplankton. In the remote oceans, where secondary aerosols are mostly biogenic, marine isoprene emissions affect atmospheric chemistry and influence cloud formation and brightness. Here, we present the first compilation of new and published measurements of isoprene co...
Poster
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Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are essential constituents of marine ecosystems, where they are sources of atmospheric reactivity, indicators of the ecosystem state, and chemical cues for organism-organism communication. Most of VOCs result from photobiological and photochemical processes; however, their light-driven dynamics and short-t...
Poster
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Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) other than DMS are largely overlooked constituents of coral reef ecosystems. Even though they are sources of atmospheric reactivity and potential chemical cues for organism-organism communication, their production and cycling processes by the reef components are poorly constrained. We measured VOCs in sea...
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Transparent exopolymer particles (TEPs) are a class of gel particles, produced mainly by microorganisms, which play important roles in biogeochemical processes such as carbon cycling and export. TEPs (a) are colonized by carbon-consuming microbes; (b) mediate aggregation and sinking of organic matter and organisms, thereby contributing to the biolo...
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Inland and transitional aquatic systems play an important role in global carbon (C) cycling. Yet, the C dynamics of wetlands and floodplains are poorly defined and field data is scarce. Air-water [Formula: see text] fluxes in the wetlands of Doñana Natural Area (SW Spain) were examined by measuring alkalinity, pH and other physiochemical parameters...
Conference Paper
In spite of the known role of Transparent Exopolymer Particles (TEP) in the process of marine aggregation (and consequently in the oceanic carbon cycle) there are two noticeable gaps in the measurement of this variable. First, TEP studies are very scarce in tropical-subtropical areas. The only three reported data are from the Great Barrier Reef, fr...

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