Rebeca de la Fuente

Rebeca de la Fuente Marañón
  • Campus Universitat de les Illes Balears
    E-07122 Palma de Mallorca. Spain
Bachelor degree in Mathematics at the University of Valencia and Master in Physics of Complex Systems at the University of Balearic Islands. Currently PhD student at IFISC (CSIC.UIB) supervised by Cristóbal López and Emilio Hernández. My work is related to Lagrangian studies of oceanic phenomena: connectivity patterns, skeleton of transport and dynamics of plastic particles.

Recent Publications

Lagrangian transport of sinking particles. From theoretical characterization to oceanic applications

de la Fuente, Rebeca (Supervisors: Cristobal Lopez and Emilio Hernandez-Garcia)
PhD Thesis (2022)

Network and geometric characterization of three-dimensional fluid transport between two layers

de la Fuente, Rebeca; Drotos, Gabor; Hernández-García, Emilio; López, Cristóbal
Physical Review E 104, 065111 (1-12) (2021)

Sinking microplastics in the water column: simulations in the Mediterranean Sea

de la Fuente, Rebeca; Drotos, Gabor; Hernandez-Garcia, Emilio; Lopez, Cristobal; van Sebille, Erik
Ocean Science 17, 431-453 (2021)

Driven progressive evolution of genome sequence complexity in Cyanobacteria

Moya, Andrés ; Oliver, José L.; Verdú, Miguel; Delaye, Luis; Arnau, Vicente; Bernaola‐Galván, Pedro; de la Fuente, Rebeca; Díaz, Wladimiro; Gómez‐Martín, Cristina; González, Francisco M.; Latorre, Amparo; Lebrón, Ricardo; Román‐Roldán, Ramón
Scientific Reports 10, 19073 (1-14) (2020)

Network properties of genotype-phenotype mappings

de la Fuente, Rebeca (Supervisor: Hernandez-Garcia, Emilio)
Master Thesis (2016)

Ongoing Research projects


Lagrangian transport of marIne litter and microplastics in coastal waters: structures of transport and connectivity patterns

P.I.: Emilio Hernández-García, Cristóbal López
The aim of this project is to further understand the role of oceanic transport in marine litter (microplastics and meso/macrolitter) dispersion and accumulation areas in the sea surface, along the water column ...

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