Cristina Veiga-Pires

Cristina Veiga-Pires Assistant Professor  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ORCID: Ciência ID: Graduated in Geology from Université Paris-XI, France, she obtained her PhD in 1998 in Environmental Methodologies, with a specialization in isotopic geochemistry, from the UQAM-Université du Québec in Montreal, Canada. She is an Auxiliary Professor with permanent appointment since 2005, teaching at the Department of Earth, Sea and Environment Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Algarve. She is a CIMA Researcher, and Associate Researcher at the ICArHEB Center and the GEOTOP-UQAM-McGill Center in Canada, as well as National Alternate Representative at ESSAC. She has tenths of publications in specialized journals, conference proceedings and book chapters, and supervision of master's and doctoral theses, in addition to having coordinated and participated in several research projects. She coordinated the CIMA research team that participated in AMAL's Inter-municipal Adaptation Plan to Global Changes. In December 2014, she assumed the position of Executive Director of the Centro Ciência Viva do Algarve, in Faro, where she has developed several projects in science communication and in 2018 the position of Scientific Director of the Aspiring Geopark Algarvensis Loulé-Silves-Albufeira.   Paleoclimate; Isotopes; Speleothems; Communication; Sedimentology Selected Publications Speleothems as magnetic archives: paleosecular variation and a relative paleointensity record from a Portuguese speleothem The SISAL database: a global resource to document oxygen and carbon isotope records from speleothems Kamolphat Superficial sedimentary stocks and sources of carbon and nitrogen in coastal vegetated assemblages along a flow gradient Exploring offshore sediment evidence of the 1755 ce tsunami (Faro, portugal): Implications for the study of outer shelf tsunami deposits Carbon and Nitrogen Stocks and Burial Rates in Intertidal Vegetated Habitats of a Mesotidal Coastal Lagoon

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