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Raul Moral Herrero

University Professor since 2010 in the area of ​​Edaphology and Agricultural Chemistry. He has 22 years of teaching experience and 26 years of research activity at Alicante University (predoctoral), Polytechnic University of Valencia (hired teacher) and Miguel Hernández University of Elche, UMH (since 1997-current).

Raúl has directed the Applied Research Group in Agrochemistry and the Environment at the UMH for 16 years, as well.

Extensive research activity (5 six-year terms and 130 articles in SCI magazines, 13 doctoral theses, 50 theses, final year master’s projects), in the environment of the circular economy, waste management, agricultural use of organic waste and composting, development of substrates and bioproducts and the evaluation of their use in environmental, economic and technological terms. According to SCOPUS (ID 7003335805), he has an H index of 37, with his publications having been cited more than 4000 times. His paper “Utilisation of manure composts by high-value crops: safety and environmental challenges” published in Bioresource Technology (2009) is the most recent cited paper (700 times) of the UMH, which is in turn the 4th most cited Spanish university. Editor and author of a chapter of the book “Compostaje” . Ed. Mundi-Prensa, (978-84-8476-346-8), first book in Spanish on composting by an international publisher. Also editor and author of the collection “De Residuo a Recurso: el camino de la Sostenibilidad”, with 16 volumes and 6,000 volumes sold.

The funding obtained is significant (gathering competitive research resources of more than 1.5 million euros in the last 15 years), highlighting five CICYT-RETOS projects, four European projects. The group has been involved in unique projects such as the PSE acronym PROBIOGAS on the energy recovery of agri-food and livestock waste; MMA project on the development of compost and substrates based on sewage sludge; ReUseWaste project type ITN Marie Curie as associated partner in livestock waste management, etc.

He collaborates strongly with the Generalitat Valenciana in community composting and decentralization of household waste, also advising different consortiums such as COR-V5, where he is part of the technical committee. Raúl has dynamized more than 100 agro composting tests and is tasked with the community composting inventory in the Valencian Community.

This group also has registered in the MAGRAMA 7 compost-type fertilizer products as a demonstrative exercise of transfer in different projects.

Raúl is an active member of scientific-technical committees such as:

  • FAO ESCORENA Network on the Recycling of Agricultural, Municipal and Industrial Residues in Agriculture, RAMIRAN, as members of the Working Group “Composting and Transformation of Wastes”
  • Spanish Composting Network (founding member, current coordinator of said Network and member of the executive committee and head of the teaching area).
  • Red REMEDIA, Scientific Network for the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions in the agroforestry sector (member of the scientific committee). Also a regular reviewer of more than 12 SCI journals (Bioresource Technology, Waste Management. Journal of Soil and Sediment Contamination; Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research, Water Research, Environmental Pollution, Applied Clay Science, etc.), and evaluators of R&D projects at an international, national and regional level. He has participated in 3 COST projects, on environmental pollution.

Rosa Vercher Aznar

Doctor of Agricultural Engineering. Professor at the Department of Agroforestry Ecosystems and researcher at the Mediterranean Agroforestry Institute (Polytechnic University of Valencia).

Expert in pest ecology and biological control. Rosa has more than 25 years of experience in minimizing the use of pesticides and promoting biological control in various crops, mainly citrus, persimmon, pomegranate and grapevine, both in conventional and organic farming. A referenced researcher in the use of functional biodiversity for the biological control of pests.

Rosa Vercher has collaborated with Enguera Planet since 2015 in our project aimed at promoting the biological control of the green mosquito through ecological infrastructures, as well as the minimization of treatments as a measure of sustainable management of the plague.

Sandra Córdoba Lloria

Degree in biology and Master in Integrated Pest Control from the University of Valencia.
She specialized in bat ecology and conservation, participating in bat censuses in Slovenia between 2011 and 2013, and later collaborating in the census of cave-dwelling bats in the Valencian Community. Head of the SECEMU dissemination commission, since 2011 she has been carrying out environmental awareness sessions to promote these species and their problems among the general public. She has also implemented biological control methods using bats as natural predators of various species of pest insects. Sandra has been collaborating with Enguera Planet since 2019 in our bat conservation project in viticultural ecosystems for the biological control of the grape moth, while also completing a Master’s degree in Agro-environmental and Agri-food Sciences from the Autonomous University of Madrid and the UNED.

Juan Monrós González

Doctor in Biological Sciences and professor at the University of Valencia. Director of the Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology.
After finishing his degree, he began researching ecological aspects of bird reproduction, first with titmouse, then with the Iberian-eastern marsh bunting and currently with marsh passerines, addressing aspects related to the conservation and management of their populations. He has participated in numerous research projects on the biology of birds both in Spain and in Central America, and is the author of numerous articles in scientific journals of national and international prestige. He has also directed numerous doctoral theses on bat ecology and collaborated on various bat conservation projects in Spain. Juan Monrós has been collaborating with Enguera Planet since 2018 in our bat conservation project in viticultural ecosystems for the biological control of the grape moth. Project financed by the Generalitat Valenciana within the aid framework for cooperation in the aid framework of the Rural Development Program of the Valencian Community 2014-2020.

Andrián Sánchez Domingo


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