Isabel Cacho

 

 


 

PhD in Geology, senior lecturer and researcher within Grup de Geociències Marines from the Universidad de Barcelona. Received the ICREA Academia award 2012. Specialist in the study of past climate change through the analysis of deep marine sediments. Her research career has also been developed in the University of Cambridge (UK) and other universities from the States and Germany. Her intense research activity includes more than 50 publications in international journals of high impact, 20 oceanographical cruises, she has participated in more than 40 research projects at national and international level with a prominent role as a coordinator. She also has experience in national and international research committees such as SOLAS (Surface Ocean and Lower Atmosphere Studies) and CLIVAR (Climate Variability).




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Apr 20th 2015

The course for a round the world regatta leads the boats through the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic, Southern Indian and South Pacific Oceans. On their voyage, the skippers come across a large variety of oceanographic situations: strong currents, floating ice, wave formations of every kind and biological diversity.

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