Professor of Physical Geography at the University of Barcelona and academic at the Reial Acadèmia de Ciències i Arts de Barcelona [Barcelona Royal Academy of Sciences and the Arts].
He is currently the coordinator of the Grup d’Experts en Canvi Climàtic de Catalunya [Committee of Experts on Climate Change in Catalonia]. His main scientific contributions include the discovery of the Western Mediterranean Oscillation (WeMO) – a teleconnection pattern –, and the proposals of the Concentration Index and the consecutive disparity index, for the space-time analysis of precipitation. He has published 30 books and some 300 articles.
Articles by Javier Martín-Vide
One of the indicators of climate change is the rise in temperature, which increases the risk of mortality in the elderly or those suffering from chronic...
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