Isabel Reche Cañabate

Isabel Reche Cañabate

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Chair Professor, Department of Ecology

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Departamento de Ecología
Facultad de Ciencias
Universidad de Granada
Campus Fuentenueva
18071 - Granada

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Dr. Isabel Reche is an Chair Professor of Ecology and Associate Scientist of the Instituto del Agua at the University of Granada (Spain). She received her doctor degree from this university in 1995 and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Ecosystems Studies (Millbrook, NY, USA) until 1998. Since then she is at the UGR.
She has been involved in several projects in remote environments as boreal, and alpine lakes or in the Southern Ocean. Her specific scientific interests are dissolved and particulate organic carbon dynamics in aquatic ecosystems and bacterioplankton activity and structure.

  • Research Interest:
    • Bio-and photoreactivity of dissolved organic matter in aquatic ecosystems.
    • Interface between dissolved and particulate organic matter: selfassembly, coalescence, and sedimentation: consequences for carbon cycle.
    • Microbial biogeography.
    • Influence of atmospheric aerosol deposition in remote ecosystems: implications for global change.
  • Five selected publications:
    • Reche I., D’Orta G., Mladenov N., Widget D.M., Suttle C.A. (2018) Deposition rates of viruses and bacteria above the atmospheric boundary layer The ISME Journal
    • Batanero G.L., León-Palmero E., Li L., Green A.J., Rendón-Martos M., Suttle C.A., Reche I (2017) Flamingos and drought as drivers of nutrients and microbial dynamics in a saline lake. Scientific Reports 7: 12173| DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-12462-9
    • Teresa S. Catalá, Isabel Reche, Antonio Fuentes-Lema, Cristina Romera-Castillo, Mar Nieto-Cid, Eva Ortega-Retuerta, Eva Calvo, Marta Á lvarez, Celia Marrase, Colin A. Stedmon & X. Anton Álvarez-Salgado (2015) Turnover time of fluorescent dissolved organic matter in the dark global ocean. Nature comms| 6:5986 | DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6986|
    • Mladenov N., R. Sommaruga, R. Morales-Baquero, I. Laurion, L. Camarero, M.C. Diéguez, A. Camacho, A. Delgado , O. Torres , Z. Chen , M. Felip, I. Reche . (2011) Dust inputs and bacteria influence dissolved organic matter in clear alpine lakes. Nature communications 2:405 | DOI: 10.1038/ncomms1411
    • Reche I, Ortega-Retuerta E, Romera O, Pulido-Villena E; Morales-Baquero R and Casamayor EO. 2009. Effects of Saharan dust inputs on bacterial activity and community composition in Mediterranean lakes and reservoirs. Limnology and Oceanography 54: 869-879