Dr Pablo Corella Aznar of SNRC gave a talk on the 10th February 2016
Dr Pablo Corella Aznar finished his BSc (2006) and MSc (2008) in Earth Sciences at the University of Zaragoza. He did his PhD in sedimentary geology (2011) at the Spanish National Research Council in collaboration with the German GeoforschungsZentrum (GFZ/ Potsdam), where he spent almost one year, and California State University. His PhD was mostly based on modern carbonates depositional systems. After his PhD, Pablo was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Geneva in Switzerland where he studied the Rhone delta in Lake Geneva (the topic of his talk). Since 2012 he is a sedimentologist working at the Spanish National Research Council where he is conducting research in fluvial, marine and lacustrine quaternary systems.
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