Dr. Antonio Jódar-Abellán

Antonio Jodar-Abellan

Postdoctoral researcher


PhD in Hydrologic modelling and Water Management. University of Alicante (Spain).
MSc in Technology, Management and Water Management, BSc in Environmental Science, both of them in the University of Murcia (Spain).

Research Interests

Dr. Antonio Jodar is author of 13 JCR scientific articles showing an H-Index of 8 and a 56% rate as first author. Also, he is author of 2 SJR articles, 2 articles of divulgation, 2 scientific books, 10 book chapters, 31 conferences papers and 7 technical reports. He has supervised as director 1 doctoral thesis. He has participated in 1 international project (LIFE15ENV/ES/000598), 6 national projects and 8 contracts of I+D. He has performed 2 international research stays (in USA and Argelia). He has 405 hours as professor in the civil engineering degree and in 4 official masters of the Univ.Alicante (from 2017-present) and, since 2021, he is main and unique professor of a subject in the master of global change and water resources (Univ.Central Ecuador). He has been reviewer of 8 JCR journals and committee scientific member of 6 international and national congresses.

His main lines of research are related to: Hydrological modelling; global change; agriculture water demands; wastewater; desalination; water cost (economic) analysis; soil erosion; solar energy.

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Selected Publications

Palacios-Cabrera, T.A., Valdés-Abellán, J., Jódar-Abellán, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J. 2022. Land-use changes and precipitation cycles to understand hydrodynamic responses in semiarid Mediterranean karstic watersheds. Science of the Total Environment. 819 (153182): 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.153182.

Derdour, A.; Jodar-Abellan, A.; Pardo, M.Á.; Ghoneim, S.S.M.; Hussein, E.E. 2022. Designing Efficient and Sustainable Predictions of Water Quality Indexes at the Regional Scale Using Machine Learning Algorithms. Water. 14 (18), 2801. https://doi.org/10.3390/w14182801

Pardo, M.A., Jodar-Abellan, A., Vélez, S., Rodrigo, J. 2022. A method to estimate optimal renovation period of solar photovoltaic modules. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. 1-16 pags. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10098-022-02367-1.

Pla, C., Benavente, D., Valdes-Abellan, J., Jodar-Abellan, A. 2021. Recovery of Polluted Urban Stormwater Containing Heavy Metals: Laboratory-Based Experiments with Arlita and Filtralite. Water. 13 (6), 780. https://doi.org/10.3390/w13060780.

Valdes-Abellán, J., Pardo, M.A., Jodar-Abellan, A., Pla, C., Fernandez-Mejuto., M. 2020. Climate change impact on karstic aquifer hydrodynamics in southern Europe semi-arid region using the KAGIS model. Science of the Total Environment. 723 (138110): 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.138110.

Jodar-Abellan, A.; López-Ortiz, M.I.; Melgarejo-Moreno, J. 2019. Wastewater Treatment and Water Reuse in Spain. Current Situation and Perspectives. Water. 11 (8): 1551. https://doi.org/10.3390/w11081551.

Jodar-Abellan, A., Fernández-Aracil, P., & Melgarejo-Moreno, J. 2019. Assessing Water Shortage through a Balance Model among Transfers, Groundwater, Desalination, Wastewater Reuse, and Water Demands (SE Spain). Water. 11 (5): 1009-1027. https://doi.org/10.3390/w11051009.

Jodar-Abellan, A., Valdes-Abellan, J., Pla, C., Gomariz-Castillo, F. 2019. Impact of land use changes on flash flood prediction using a sub-daily SWAT model in five Mediterranean ungauged watersheds (SE Spain). Science of the Total Environment. 657: 1578-1591. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.12.034.

Jodar-Abellan, A., Ruiz, M., & Melgarejo, J. 2018. Climate change impact assessment on a hydrologic basin under natural regime (SE, Spain) using a SWAT model. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geológicas. ISSN: 2007-2902. 35 (3): 240-253. http://dx.doi.org/10.22201/cgeo.20072902e.2018.3.564.