Manuel Pulido Fernández is an Associate Professor of the Department of Arts and Territory Sciences (former Department of Geography) of the University of Extremadura (UEx) based in Cáceres, Spain. He teaches classes for the students of the degrees in Tourism (Tourism Resources and Natural Heritage) and Geography (Landscape, Society and Territory; Water and soil in the Geosystems; and Theory and methods) since 2010. He is also member of the GeoEnvironmental Research Group (GIGA, UEX) and Soil Erosion and Desertification Research Group (SEDER, UV). He has authored and co-authored above 100 research articles and 25 book chapters and he has been researcher of more than 10 competitive research projects (including EU calls). He also has contributed significantly in many conferences with several posters and oral communications. His main research lines are soil quality indicators and watering ponds mainly in woody rangelands and treeless grasslands as well as soil erosion in many different agricultural systems.
PhD Manuel Pulido Fernández
Associate Professor at the University of Extremadura