Short Curriculum Vitae
Marga Ros was born in 1973 in Madrid, Spain.
She did her Science degree, in Chemistry 1996 at the Complutense University (Madrid, Spain).
She started her Ph.D. in 1998, at the University of Murcia (Spain), researching “Incorporation of urban organic wastes for restoring an abandoned agricultural soil: Biological and biochemical parameters“ going on her Post doc studies researching “Development and optimization of slurry processing” and “Biopesticide effect of green composts against Fusarium wilt” (2000-2003).
She was working in Austria on “Traceability of compost amendment to soils: effects on soil C status and microbial community”
- J.A. Pascual, M. Ros, J.L. Moreno, T. Henández C. García 2000. Soil Microbial Activity as a biomarker of degradation and remediation processes. Soil Biology and Biochemistry (32) 1877-1883.
- J.A. Pascual, M. Ros, T. Henández C. García 2001. Effect of continuous monoespecie cropping on Microbiological and Biochemical properties in semiarid soils. Communícations in Soil Science and Plant Analysis (32) 537-552.
- M. Ros, T. Henández C. García 2001. The use of urban organic wastes in the control of erosion in semi-arid mediterranean soil. Soil Use and Management (17) 292-293.
- M. Ros, C. García, T. Hernández 2003. Soil Microbial Activity after restoration of a semiarid soil by organic amendments. Soil Biology and Biochemistry (35) 463-469.
- M. Ros, C. García, T. Hernández 2003. Bioremediation of degraded soil by sewage sludge: a field experiment. Environmental Management 31 (6) 741-747.
- M. Ros, T. Hernandez, C. Garcia, M. Andres, A. Del Cerro Barja 2004. Short-term effects of human trampling on vegetation and soil microbial activity. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 35, (11-12) 1591-1603.
- M. Ros, T. Hernandez, C. Garcia 2004. Composting as a technique for pig slurry biorremediation: changes in chemical properties and microbial activity. Bioresource technology (submmited for publication).
- M. Ros, J.A. Pascual, T. Hernandez, C. Garcia 2004. Biopesticide effect of green composts against Fusarium wilt on melon plants. Journal of applied microbiology (submmited for publication).
- M. Ros, S. Klammer, B. Knapp, K. Aichberger, H. Insam 2004. Long term effects of soil compost amendment on functional ans structural diversity and microbial activity. Soil Biology and Fertility of soils (submmited for publication).