Alex Gimenez

Alex Gimenez Romero
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Generally speaking, my research is about epidemics of immobile hosts. In particular, I am studying the epidemics caused by the bacterium Xylella fastidiosa (Almond Leaf Scorch Disease, Pierce Disease, Olive Quich Decline Syndrome) and the parasite Haplosporidium pinnae (Mass Mortality Event of Pinna nobilis).

GitHub profile: https://github.com/agimenezromero

Recent Publications

A compartmental model for Xylella fastidiosa diseases with explicit vector seasonal dynamics

Giménez-Romero, Àlex; Moralejo, Eduardo; Matias, Manuel A.
Submitted (2022)

Vector-borne diseases with non-stationary vector populations: the case of growing and decaying populations

Giménez-Romero, Àlex; Flaquer-Galmés, Rosa; Matias, Manuel A.
Physical Review E 106, 054402 (1-11) (2022)

Spatial effects in parasite induced marine diseases of immobile hosts

Giménez-Romero, Àlex; Vázquez, Federico; López, Cristóbal; Matías, Manuel A.
Royal Society Open Science 9, 212023 (1-14) (2022)

Coastal pH variability reconstructed through machine learning: the Balearic Sea case study

Flecha, Susana; Giménez-Romero, Àlex; Tintoré, Joaquı́n; Pérez, Fiz F.; Alou-Font, Eva; Matías, Manuel A.; Hendriks, Iris E.
Scientific Reports 12, 12956 (1-11) (2022)

Degree-day-based model to predict egg hatching of Philaenus spumarius (Hemiptera: Aphrophoridae), the main vector of Xylella fastidiosa in Europe

Lago, Clara; Giménez-Romero, Àlex; Morente, Marina; Matías, Manuel A.; Moreno, Aránzazu; Fereres, Alberto
Submitted (2022)

Ongoing Research projects

CYCLE

Complex DYnamics of CoastaL Ecosystems: Resilience to Climate Change. Modelling and Simulations.

P.I.: Damià Gomila, Tomás Sintes
Complex Dynamics of Coastal Ecosystems: Resilience to Climate Change (CYCLE) is a coordinated multidisciplinary research project that brings together the efforts of experts in the fields of marine ecology and the physics ...

SEDIMENT

SEagrass DIversity in the MEditerranean basin in a global change scenario: a machine learNing approach from saTellite images

P.I.: Manuel Matías, Tomás Sintes
The main challenge of this project is to correlate the changes in the sea surface temperature (SST) in the Mediterranean basin with the spatial distribution and size of different seagrass species. We ...

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