European topic centre - university of malaga

Meet our team members

Image

Matilda Merkohasanaj

Environmental scientist, GIS and Remote Sensing support

Matilda Merkohasanaj

Environmental scientist, GIS and Remote Sensing support


--- --- ---

--- --- ---



Matilda is an Environmental Scientist, graduated by the Polytechnic University of Tirana (UPT), Albania. She holds a Master degree in “Water Treatment and Management” (UPT) and an International Scientific Master degree on “Integrated Planning and Environmental Management” by the International Center for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM).

She developed her master thesis research within the SWOS project on Integrated Tools and Indicators for Integrated Wetland Monitoring. Recently, as a visitor researcher in the ETC-UMA she is supporting the Marine Reserve tasks of the SOSTPARK project, focused mainly in the analysis of the integrated sustainability of Spanish protected areas.

Her areas of interest are Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Analysis, land use land cover changes, biodiversity and water resources monitoring and conservation in specific vulnerable areas such are wetlands and protected areas ecosystems.

MedBioLitter: an open database on marine litter and biodiversity science

MedBioLitter: an open database on marine litter and biodiversity science

An open database and spatial geoportal on current scientific knowledge related to marine litter and biodiversity interactions in the Mediterranean region ...
Read More
A new cooperation project to improve the environmental sustainability of Mediterranean coasts

A new cooperation project to improve the environmental sustainability of Mediterranean coasts

The project ENSERES (ENhancing Socio-Ecological RESilience in Mediterranean coastal areas) funded by the European Union under the Euro-Mediterranean cooperation program ENI CBC Med, has kicked off in Malaga bringing together international organizations engaged in research, environmental protection, and public authorities ...
The role of healthy wetlands in fighting climate change

The role of healthy wetlands in fighting climate change

The new report developed by the ETC-UMA (University of Malaga), as partner of the European Topic Centre on Urban, Land and Soil Systems (ETC/ULS) has shed light on the role of healthy wetland habitats in the carbon cycle and the ...
Happy World Nature Conservation Day!

Happy World Nature Conservation Day!

On World Nature Conservation Day, the ETC-UMA team wants to wish you a happy summer surrounded by nature and friends. Wherever you are, be part of the healthy ecosystem you want around you and have a positive impact. Here are ...
ETC-UMA leads the path towards better governance of the Adriatic- Ionian marine ecosystem

ETC-UMA leads the path towards better governance of the Adriatic- Ionian marine ecosystem

The Mediterranean Biodiversity Protection Community (MBPC) project co-funded by the Interreg Med programme and led by ETC-UMA has just finalised an online workshop on " Managing Transboundary priority areas: Towards a governance mechanism on the conservation of the South-Adriatic marine ecosystem" in ...
Loading...