Task 3.5 biodiversity PhD student collaborator
Carmen Vazquez Martin studied Environmental Sciences in Spain and followed up with a Masters’ degree in Forest and nature conservation in Wageningen University. Currently She is working on a PhD in Soil biology at Wageningen University and Research in the SQUASH project. The aim of the project is to use principles of ecology to develop and test a protocol to derive indicator values for different soil fauna, and then link these indicators to soil functions using machine learning algorithms.
Key tasks in LANDMARK
She will contribute to:
- provide data to validate the Task 3.5 soil biodiversity models
- Models validation process and reporting