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Research groups

  • Research group formed mainly by researchers belonging to the Mineralogy and Petrology Department of the University of Granada, the Andalusian Institute of Land Sciences, and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).
  • The background of the Environmental Planning Laboratory dates back to 2005, when environmental specialists began to be incorporated into the field of territorial and urban planning research. Between 2005 and 2008, steps were taken towards the definition of the group ...
  • The Edaphology and Land-Use Planning Group (RNM101) was created in January 1995. Since its founding to the present day, its research lines have focused on different aspects of soil sciences such as soil genesis, soil mapping, soil classification, soil assessment ...
  • This research group was formed in the Animal Biology and Ecology Department of the Faculty of Sciences of Granada in 1990.The result of research projects and collaborations with the Ministry for the Rural and Marine Environment was the development ...
  • The objectives of this group are research into seismicity, seismotectonics and the seismic hazard of the Betics, as well as the geophysical study of various active volcanic areas.The group has carried out numerous contracts for applied surface geophysical research ...
  • This research group dedicated to the study of flora and taxonomy of vascular plant, was formed in January 1988 by members of the Botany Department of the Science Faculty. Over the years, new members have joined the research group from ...
  • The group was already established at the time of the first meeting held by the Andalusian Research Plan. It is made up of people qualified in geology, civil engineering, chemical sciences and cartographic engineering grouped together in the Geotechnical Engineering ...
  • The research activity of this research group is based on the development and application of methods related to the analysis of spatial data, regarding the study of natural and environmental resources. The main implementation methodologies are: spatial remote sensing methods ...
  • This research group was created in the late 1980s to study how aquatic systems work and develop tools and products to manage for sustainable water resource management.
  • The Laboratory of Crystallographic Studies (LEC, www.lec.csic.es) belongs to the Andalusian Institute of Land Science-IACT (mixed CSIC-UGR centre). The LEC specialises in studying problems relating to the crystallisation and crystallography of natural or synthetic materials, covering both ...
  • El grupo de investigación se crea en 1990 con el objeto de agrupar líneas de investigación de los diferentes participantes del área de conocimiento de Petrología y Geoquímica del Dpto. de Mineralogía y Petrolog ...
  • A consolidated research group since 1995, with a large training capacity and in continuous growth as regards the number of members, the majority being doctors. To its initial lines of research (structural analysis and tectono-metamorphic evolution of active and ancient ...
  • This research group was formed in 1988. Since then, research has been exclusively focused on the treatment of solids, mainly minerals, floatation, and solid-liquid-gas interphase studies. Currently, the group's research activity is wider, incorporating a new research line covering ...
  • The group was created in 1985, and bases its activity on the study of various aspects related to the nutritional physiology of fish. Thus the lines of research converge on fish culture optimisation, and tackle aspects related to food and ...
  • Research group formed in 1988 to combine the work of several researchers mainly studying the preparation and surface characterisation of carbon materials and their use as adsorbents, catalysts and support for catalysts, and supercapacitor electrodes.
  • The Evolution of the Iberian Mesozoic Margins group was created as a result of the first call for research group proposals of the Regional Government of Andalusia.
  • This research group has studied, since 1985, aspects of plant-animal interactions involved in the regeneration of woody plants. The group is consolidated and has international visibility in various terrestrial ecology subject areas. Its main objectives are: to deepen knowledge of ...
  • This group was created at the University of Granada in the mid- nineties, in response to the growing relevance of the problems of conservation and evaluation of the architectural heritage, in the critical debate about the theories and sciences of ...
  • This research started in 1991 in the Animal Biology Department of the Science Faculty, after becoming independent of a previous and largest research group. Their components have extensive knowledge in the study of conservation biology of terrestrial vertebrates, which has ...
  • The research group was created in 1995 and, since then, it has been headed by several researchers, bringing experience and knowledge. Applied scientific research is one of the priority objectives of the group, through the exchange of experiences and works ...