Nicolás Ferrer Valero

Research interests: 

The Canary Islands's coasts: geomorphology, morphodiversity and human interactions

Recent publications

Pérez-Hernández, E., Ferrer-Valero, N., Hernández-Calvento, L., 2020. Lost and preserved coastal landforms after urban growth. The case of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria city (Canary Islands, Spain). Journal of Coastal Conservation, 24, 26.

Ferrer-Valero, N., Hernández-Calvento, L., 2019. Coastal geomorphic chronosequences across broad spatiotemporal scales. Metrical observations from the Cape Verde hotspot. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 45(3), 511-525.

Ferrer-Valero, N., Hernández-Calvento, L., Hernández-Cordero, A.I., 2018. Insights of long-term geomorphological evolution of coastal landscapes in hot-spot oceanic islands. Earth Surf. Process. Landforms.

Ferrer-Valero, N., 2018. Measuring geomorphological diversity on coastal environments: A new approach to geodiversity. Geomorphology, 318, 217-229.

Hernández-Cordero, A.I., Peña-Alonso, C., Hernández-Calvento, L., Ferrer-Valero, N., Santana-Cordero, A.M., García-Romero, L., Pérez-Chacón Espino, E., 2019. Chapter 30 - Aeolian Sedimentary Systems of the Canary Islands. In: Morales J. (Ed.) The Spanish Coastal Systems. (pp. 699-725). Springer, Cham

Ferrer-Valero, N., Hernández-Calvento, L., Hernández-Cordero, A. I., 2017. Ferrer, N., Human impacts quantification on the coastal landforms of Gran Canaria Island (Canary Islands). Geomorphology, 286, 58-67