María José Sánchez García


María José Sánchez García has a degree in Marine Science. She finished her Phd in 2008, it was related to coastal dune evolution and the use of GIS to estimate Aeolian Transport. She is a GIS specialist in coastal and marine areas. Nowadays, littoral dynamics and the application of new technologies to improve their knowledge is the aim of her research.

Recent publications

Ramírez Cuesta, J.M., Rodríguez Santalla, I., Gracia, F. J., Sánchez García, M. J., Barrio Parra, F., 2016. Application of change detection techniques in geomorphological evolution of coastal areas. Example: Mouth of the River Ebro (period 1957–2013). Applied Geography, vol. 75, 12-27.

Casamayor, M., Alonso, I., Cabrera, J., Rodríguez, S., Sánchez-García, M. J., 2015. Long term recovery rates obtained using RFID technology at a mixed beach.

Martín Crespo, T., Gomez Ortiz, D., Martín Velázquez, S., Escribí, J. M., de Ignacio San José, C., Sánchez García, M. J., Montoya Montes, I., Martín, F., 2015. Abandoned mine tailings in cultural itineraries: Don Quixote Route (Spain). Engineering Geology.

Montoya-Montes, I., Rodríguez-Santalla, I., Sánchez-García, M.J., Alcántara-Carrió, J., Martín-Velazquez, S., Gómez-Ortiz, D., Martín-Crespo, T., 2012. Mapping of landslide susceptibility of coastal cliffs: the Mont-Roig del Camp case study. Geologica Acta, 10(4), 439-455.

Gómez-Ortiz, D., Martín-Crespo, T., Rodríguez, I., Sánchez-García, M.J., Montoya-Montes, I., 2009. The internal structure of modern barchan dunes of the Ebro River Delta (Spain) from ground penetrating radar. Journal of Applied Geophysics, 68(2), 159-170.

Rodríguez, I., Montoya-Montes, I. Sánchez-García, M.J., Carreño, F., 2009. Geographic Information Systems applied to Integrated Coastal Zone Management. Geomorphology, 107, 100-105

Rodríguez, I., Sánchez-García, M.J., Montoya-Montes, I., Gómez-Ortiz, D., Martín-Crespo, T., Serra, J., 2009. Internal structure of the aeolian sand dunes of El Fangar spit, Ebro Delta (Tarragona, Spain). Geomorphology, 104, 238-252.