Paleontology, Mediterranean climate, Structural basin, Reef and Oceanography are his primary areas of study. His Paleontology research includes elements of Stromatolite and Sea level. His Sea level research focuses on Neogene and how it connects with Geochemistry and Siliciclastic.
Evaporite is closely connected to Late Miocene in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Mediterranean climate. His research in Structural basin intersects with topics in Dome and Transect. His Reef research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Micrite and Coral reef.
His main research concerns Paleontology, Structural basin, Sedimentary rock, Tourism and Late Miocene. As part of the same scientific family, José M. Martín usually focuses on Paleontology, concentrating on Reef and intersecting with Coral reef. José M. Martín has researched Structural basin in several fields, including Sediment, Shoal and Sea level.
In Sedimentary rock, José M. Martín works on issues like Mediterranean sea, which are connected to Stromatolite and Outcrop. His Destinations study in the realm of Tourism connects with subjects such as Index. His Late Miocene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sedimentary basin, Mediterranean climate and Siliciclastic.
José M. Martín mostly deals with Tourism, Scopus, Index, Destinations and Sustainable development. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Economic geography, Natural resource economics and Seasonality. The Seasonality study combines topics in areas such as Closure and Public policy.
Within one scientific family, José M. Martín focuses on topics pertaining to Social sustainability under Destinations, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Market economy. His studies deal with areas such as Natural resource and Sustainability as well as Sustainable development. The study incorporates disciplines such as Work in process and Environmental economics in addition to Sustainability.
José M. Martín spends much of his time researching Tourism, Index, Scopus, Destinations and Sustainable development. His Tourism study combines topics in areas such as Natural resource economics and Seasonality. His work deals with themes such as Marketing and Work in process, which intersect with Natural resource economics.
His Seasonality study incorporates themes from Agricultural economics and Balearic islands. José M. Martín undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Destinations and Sharing economy through his research. The various areas that José M. Martín examines in his Sustainable development study include Environmental economics and Sustainability.
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Patterns and average rates of late Neogene-Recent uplift of the Betic Cordillera, SE Spain
Juan C. Braga;José M. Martı́n;Cecilio Quesada.
Effects of climate-driven primary production change on marine food webs: implications for fisheries and conservation
C.J. Brown;C.J. Brown;E.A. Fulton;A.J. Hobday;R.J. Matear.
Mediterranean Messinian Salinity Crisis: constraints from a coeval marginal basin, Sorbas, southeastern Spain
Robert Riding;Juan C Braga;José M Martı́n;Isabel M Sánchez-Almazo.
Marine Geology (1998)
Messinian events in the Sorbas Basin in southeastern Spain and their implications in the recent history of the Mediterranean
JoséM. Martín;Juan C. Braga.
Sedimentary Geology (1994)
Controls on microbial dome fabric development along a carbonate-siliciclastic shelf-basin transect, Miocene, SE Spain
Juan C. Braga;Jose M. Martin;Robert Riding.
Coral−stromatolite reef framework, Upper Miocene, Almería, Spain
Robert Riding;José M. Martin;Juan Carlos Braga.
An Analysis of the Factors behind the Citizen’s Attitude of Rejection towards Tourism in a Context of Overtourism and Economic Dependence on This Activity
José María Martín Martín;Jose Manuel Guaita Martínez;José Antonio Salinas Fernández.
History and evolution of the North-Betic Strait (Prebetic Zone, Betic Cordillera): A narrow, early Tortonian, tidal-dominated, Atlantic–Mediterranean marine passage
José M. Martín;Juan C. Braga;Julio Aguirre;Ángel Puga-Bernabéu.
Sedimentary Geology (2009)
Western Mediterranean Reef Complexes
Mateu Esteban;Juan Carlos Braga;José Martín;Carlos De Santisteban.
The Messinian Guadalhorce corridor: the last northern, Atlantic-Mediterranean gateway
José M. Martín;Juan C. Braga;Christian Betzler.
Terra Nova (2001)
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