2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Spain Leader Award
Life-cycle assessment, Environmental impact assessment, Environmental engineering, Waste management and Biomass are her primary areas of study. Her study in Life-cycle assessment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Greenhouse, Compost, Agriculture, Municipal solid waste and Biodegradable waste. Her Environmental impact assessment research incorporates elements of Sustainability, Urban planning and Environmental planning.
The Environmental engineering study combines topics in areas such as Rainwater tank, Rainwater harvesting and Flooding. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Waste management, Waste disposal is strongly linked to Fertilizer. Her Bioenergy study in the realm of Biomass connects with subjects such as Energy source.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Life-cycle assessment, Environmental impact assessment, Environmental engineering, Sustainability and Waste management. The various areas that Joan Rieradevall examines in her Life-cycle assessment study include Greenhouse, Agriculture, Urban agriculture, Environmental protection and Greenhouse gas. While the research belongs to areas of Environmental impact assessment, Joan Rieradevall spends her time largely on the problem of Industrial ecology, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Tertiary sector of the economy.
Her Environmental engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Energy balance, Carbon footprint, Rainwater harvesting, Biomass and Biofuel. Her Sustainability study incorporates themes from Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Ecodesign, Environmental economics and Civil engineering. Her Waste management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Resource efficiency and Raw material.
Her primary scientific interests are in Urban agriculture, Life-cycle assessment, Sustainability, Rainwater harvesting and Agriculture. The study incorporates disciplines such as Urban planning, Vertical farming, Environmental engineering and Food security in addition to Urban agriculture. Her work carried out in the field of Life-cycle assessment brings together such families of science as Energy consumption, Photovoltaic system, Greenhouse and Environmental impact assessment.
Her studies deal with areas such as Natural resource economics, Climate change and Agricultural economics as well as Environmental impact assessment. Her research in Sustainability focuses on subjects like Environmental economics, which are connected to Greenhouse gas. Her research in Rainwater harvesting intersects with topics in Industrial ecology, Roof and Environmental planning.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Life-cycle assessment, Urban agriculture, Greenhouse, Environmental engineering and Rainwater harvesting. Her research combines Energy consumption and Life-cycle assessment. Joan Rieradevall has included themes like Urban metabolism, Circular economy, Environmental economics, Sustainability and Renewable energy in her Urban agriculture study.
Joan Rieradevall has researched Greenhouse in several fields, including Mediterranean climate, Contamination and Air quality index. Her Environmental engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Crop, Surface runoff, Water resources, Laundry and Hydrological modelling. Her study in Rainwater harvesting is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Industrial ecology, Hydrology, Environmental impact assessment and Water resource management.
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Roof selection for rainwater harvesting: quantity and quality assessments in Spain.
Ramon Farreny;Tito Morales-Pinzón;Tito Morales-Pinzón;Albert Guisasola;Carlota Tayà.
Water Research (2011)
Recovery of organic wastes in the Spanish wine industry. Technical, economic and environmental analyses of the composting process.
Luz Ruggieri;Erasmo Cadena;Julia Martínez-Blanco;Carles M. Gasol.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2009)
Application challenges for the social Life Cycle Assessment of fertilizers within life cycle sustainability assessment
Julia Martínez-Blanco;Julia Martínez-Blanco;Annekatrin Lehmann;Pere Muñoz;Assumpció Antón.
The use of life cycle assessment for the comparison of biowaste composting at home and full scale.
Julia Martínez-Blanco;Joan Colón;Xavier Gabarrell;Xavier Font.
Waste Management (2010)
Life cycle assessment of sunflower and rapeseed as energy crops under Chilean conditions
Alfredo Iriarte;Alfredo Iriarte;Joan Rieradevall;Xavier Gabarrell.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2010)
LCA of selective waste collection systems in dense urban areas
Alfredo Iriarte;Xavier Gabarrell;Joan Rieradevall.
Waste Management (2009)
Environmental assessment of home composting
Joan Colón;Julia Martínez-Blanco;Xavier Gabarrell;Adriana Artola.
Resources Conservation and Recycling (2010)
Compost benefits for agriculture evaluated by life cycle assessment. A review
Julie Martínez-Blanco;Cristina Lazcano;Cristina Lazcano;Thomas Højlund Christensen;Pere Muñoz.
Agronomy for Sustainable Development (2013)
Life cycle assessment of a Brassica carinata bioenergy cropping system in southern Europe.
Carles M. Gasol;Xavier Gabarrell;Assumpció Anton;Miquel Rigola.
Biomass & Bioenergy (2007)
Assessment of tomato Mediterranean production in open-field and standard multi-tunnel greenhouse, with compost or mineral fertilizers, from an agricultural and environmental standpoint
Julia Martínez-Blanco;Pere Muñoz;Assumpció Antón;Joan Rieradevall.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2011)
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