Eusebio Cano Carmona

University of Jaén Spain

Eusebio Cano Carmona, Ph.D. in Science from the University of Granada, Spain; A Professor of Botany at the University of Jaén, Spain. His fundamental line of research is Flora and Vegetation. We have focused our research on Spain, Italy, Portugal, Palestine, the Caribbean islands, and Mexico; As a result of these investigations, we have directed 13 doctoral theses, and some 250 publications including articles, books, and book chapters. He participates in national and international congresses with about 200 papers/communications. We have held different academic positions. Director of the Dean of the Faculty of Experimental Sciences. Founder and Director of the International Seminar on Management and Conservation of Biodiversity for 14 years. Member of the Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian Geobotany societies. Counselor of the I.E.G His academic and teaching career focuses on Geobotany, teaching classes in the Biological Sciences degree and in the master's degree in olive groves and olive oil, his research has focused mainly on flora and vegetation, carrying out cartographic projects for the habitats of Europe.

2books edited

6chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Eusebio Cano Carmona

The book contemplates different ways of approaching the study of vegetation as well as the type of indices to be used. However, all the works pursue the same objective: to know and interpret nature from different points of view, either through knowledge of nature in situ or the use of technology and mapping using satellite images. Chapters analyze the ecological parameters that affect vegetation, the species that make up plant communities, and the influence of humans on vegetation.

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