I am a surface-process-modeller and cosmogenic-nuclide-practitioner at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), honorary research fellow at the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre (SUERC), and member of SUERC-Cosmo.
Here you can find my CV and information about some pieces of code, mostly MATLAB/Octave, that might be useful to other researchers.
Geochronology, Cosmogenic Isotopes, Numerical Modeling, Earth Surface Processes, Glacial Geomorphology, Tectonic Geomorphology.
CV & publication lists:
Latest posts and code:
Developing a tool to define ventilation patterns that reduce the risk of lung cancer.
Simulates the cosmogenuclide accumulation on the side of diced boulders that are shielded and rotated during glaciations.
Program and abstracts and pictures!
Some considerations about simulating the accumulation of stable cosmonuclides.
Summary of data analysis and “models” used in cosmonuclide dating.
Calculate spallation an muonic average production rates of cosmogenic nuclides.
Wet-chemistry for Be-10 and Al-26 analysis
The NUNAtak Ice Thinning (NUNAIT) calculator is an easy-to-use MATLAB/Octave tool that constrains parameters describing the geological history of a nunatak from a set of surface exposure ages.
Cosmo-nuclide chats & COSMO2022-Scotland
Slides and supporting material of the course “MATLAB/Octave for Geoscientists”
Simulation of Be-10 accumulation in a depth profile affected by soil formation, bioturbation and agriculture.
A simple Bayesian approach for a set of Gaussian ages in a sequence.
The CEAA calculator includes different methods used to calculate averages of a set of ages.
This is a description on how we usually calculate the uncertainties of concentrations and ages and some practical examples on cosmonuclide analysis.
NameLatLon2KML is a simple and fast tool to plot your list of names, latitudes and longitudes in Google Earth.
CoSOILcal is a cosmogenic soil production rate calculator for samples in a variable-density profile.