Study of natural organic matter and contaminants as a source of knowledge of the evolution of ecosystems, including climate change and transport processes, distribution, transformation and effects of organic pollution in organisms, including humans. This overall goal includes the development of analytical methods to study the concentrations of these compounds, their transfer flows between environmental compartments and their incorporation into organisms. It also covers the investigation of how organic molecules can provide geochemical information on past and present ecosystems and molecules that are useful to describe the health status of the organisms.

• Analysis of Trace Organic Compounds in Environmental Samples
• Pollutants in the Atmosphere
• Pollution Processes in Terrestrial and Coastal Ecosystems
• Paleoclimatology
• Pollutants and Human Health

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