- Master’s Course (approved for 2008/2009) on Water Resources and the Environment. Hydrogeology Centre at the University of Málaga, with the participation of other universities, research centres and private companies. Coordinator: Bartolomé Andreo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Field study for a hydrogeology class
RESEARCH (DOCTORAL THESES IN PREPARATION)
Manuel Argamasilla Ruiz (email@example.com): Methodological development for water management planning in coastal touristic areas under Mediterranean climate and strong seasonal demand variations. Case of Costa del Sol.
David Rizo Decelis (firstname.lastname@example.org). Assessment of resources and water quality in the Rio Santiago basin (Mexico), for a proper management and water planning.
Begoña Urresti Estala (email@example.com). Implementation of the Groundwater Directive (2006/118 / EC) in the watershed of the river Guadalhorce. Application of Statistics and isotopic techniques.
Beatriz de la Torre Martínez (firstname.lastname@example.org). Research by the set of natural and artificial tracers used for hydrogeological characterization and groundwater protection in karstic aquifers in the Sierra del Jarastepar (Province of Málaga)
Javier Matín Arias (email@example.com). Hydrogeological modeling of the Sierra de Mijas (Málaga province)
José Manuel Gil Márquez (firstname.lastname@example.org). Hydrogeological context of evaporite karst wetlands of the provinces of Córdoba and Jaén
José Francisco Martín Rodríguez (email@example.com): Hydrogeological characterization of karstic aquifers in the Sierra de Grazalema (Cadiz province).
Jorge Prieto Mera (firstname.lastname@example.org): Hydrogeological characterization of carbonate aquifers of the Tejeda, Almijara and Guájares (provinces of Malaga and Granada).
José Manuel Nieto López (email@example.com): Lower Guadalhorce Hydrogeology and wetlands in their mouth (province of Málaga).
Thesis directed or co-directed by CEHIUMA professors