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Dr. Antonio Jordán López

Department of Crystallography, Mineralogy and Agricultural Chemistry

Universidad de Seville, Spain

Senior lecturer in Soil Science

 

Email: ajordan@us.es

 

Qualifications

2000 Ph.D., Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

1998 M.S., Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

1996 B.S., Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

 

Publications (Selected)

  1. E C Brevik, C Calzolari, B A Miller, P Pereira, C Kabala, A Baumgarten, A Jordán (In press) Soil mapping, classification, and pedologic modeling: history and future directions. Geoderma. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2015.05.017
  2. P Pereira, A Jordán, A Cerdà, D Martin (In press)  Editorial: The role of ash in fire-affected ecosystems. Catena. DOI: 10.1016/j.catena.2014.11.016
  3. N T Jiménez-Morillo, J A González-Pérez, A Jordán, L M Zavala, J M de la Rosa, M A Jiménez-González, F J González-Vila (In press) Organic matter fractions controlling soil water repellency in sandy soils from the Doñana National Park (SW Spain). Land Degradation & Development. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2314
  4. F M Granja-Martins, H M Fernandez, J M G P Isidoro, A Jordán, L M Zavala (2015) Classification of landforms in Southern Portugal (Ria Formosa Basin) Journal of Maps 1-9.
  5. Miriam Muñoz-Rojas, Antonio Jordán, Lorena M Zavala, Diego de la Rosa, Sameh K Abd-Elmabod, María Anaya-Romero (2015) Impact of land use and land cover changes on organic carbon stocks in Mediterranean soils (1956-2007). Land Degradation & Development 26:  168-179.
  6. A Jordán, A Gordillo-Rivero, J García-Moreno, L M Zavala, A J P Granged, J Gil, HM Neto Paixão (2014) Post-fire evolution of water repellency and aggregate stability in Mediterranean calcareous soils: a 6-year study. Catena 118:  115-123.
  7. L M Zavala, J García-Moreno, A J Gordillo-Rivero, A Jordán, J Mataix-Solera (2014) Natural soil water repellency in different types of Mediterranean woodlands. Geoderma 226-227:  170-178.
  8. J Mataix-Solera, V Arcenegui, L M Zavala, A Pérez-Bejarano, A Jordán, A Morugán-Coronado, G Bárcenas-Moreno, P Jiménez-Pinilla, E Lozano, A J P Granged, J Gil (2014) Small variations of soil properties control fire-induced water repellency. Spanish Journal of Soil Science 4:  1.  51-60.
  9. A J Gordillo-Rivero, J García-Moreno, A Jordán, L M Zavala, F M Granja-Martins (2014) Fire severity and surface rock fragments cause patchy distribution of soil water repellency and infiltration rates after burning . Hydrological Processes 28:  5832–5843.
  10. M Muñoz-Rojas, A Jordán, L M Zavala, F A González-Peñaloza, D De la Rosa, M Anaya-Romero (2013) Modelling soil organic carbon stocks in global change scenarios: a CarboSOIL application. Biogeosciences 10:  8253-8268.
  11. A Jordán, L M Zavala, J Mataix-Solera, S H Doerr (2013) Soil water repellency: origin, assessment and geomorphological consequences. Catena 108:  1-8.
  12. P Pereira, A Cerdà, X Úbeda, J Mataix-Solera, D Martin, A Jordán, M Burguet (2013) Spatial models for monitoring the spatio-temporal evolution of ashes after fire – a case study of a burnt grassland in Lithuania. Solid Earth 4:  153-165.
  13. J García-Moreno, A Gordillo-Rivero, L M Zavala, A Jordán, P Pereira (2013) Mulch application in fruit orchards increases the persistence of soil water repellency during a 15-years period. Soil & Tillage Research 130:  62-68.
  14. F A González-Peñaloza, L M Zavala, A Jordán, N Bellinfante, G Bárcenas-Moreno, J Mataix-Solera, A J P Granged, F M Granja-Martins, H M Neto-Paixão (2013) Water repellency as conditioned by particle size and drying in hydrophobized sand. Geoderma 209-210:  31-40.
  15. P Pereira, A Cerdà, A Jordán, V Bolutiene, M Pranskevicius, X Úbeda, J Mataix-Solera (2013) Spatio-temporal vegetation recuperation after a grassland fire in Lithuania. Procedia Environmental Sciences 19:  856-864.
  16. M Muñoz-Rojas, A Jordán, L M Zavala, D De la Rosa, S K Abd-Elmabod, M Anaya-Romero (2012) Organic carbon stocks in Mediterranean soil types under different land uses (Southern Spain). Solid Earth 3:  375-386.
  17. F A González-Peñaloza, A Cerdà L M Zavala, A Jordán, A Giménez-Morera, V Arcenegui (2012) Do conservative agriculture practices increase soil water repellency? A case study in citrus-cropped soils. Soil & Tillage Research 124:  233-239.
  18. S K Abd-Elmabod, R R Ali, M Anaya-Romero, A Jordán, M Muñoz-Rojas, T A Abdelmageed, L M Zavala, D de la Rosa (2012) Evaluating soil degradation under different scenarios of agricultural land management in mediterranean region. Nature and Science 10:  103-116.
  19. A J P Granged, L M Zavala, A Jordán, G Bárcenas-Moreno (2011) Post-fire evolution of soil properties and vegetation cover in a Mediterranean heathland after experimental burning: a 3-year study. Geoderma 164:  85-94.
  20. A J P Granged, A Jordán, L M Zavala, M Muñoz-Rojas, J Mataix-Solera (2011) Short-term effects of experimental fire for a soil under eucalyptus forest (SE Australia). Geoderma 167-168:  125-134.
  21. J Mataix-Solera, A Cerdà, V Arcenegui, A Jordán, L M Zavala (2011) Fire effects on soil aggregation: a review Earth-Science Reviews 109:  44-60.
  22. A Jordán, L M Zavala, J Mataix-Solera, A L Nava, N Alanís (2011)  Effect of fire severity on water repellency and aggregate stability on Mexican volcanic soils. Catena 84:  136-147.
  23. A J P Granged, A Jordán, L M Zavala, G Bárcenas-Moreno (2011) Fire-induced changes in soil water repellency increased fingered flow and runoff rates following the 2004 Huelva wildfire . Hydrological Processes 25:  1614-1629.
  24. M muñoz-Rojas, D de la Rosa, L M Zavala, A Jordán, M Anaya-Romero (2011) Changes in land cover and vegetation carbon stocks in Andalusia, Southern Spain (1956-2007). Science of the Total Environment 409:  2796-2806.

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