Tomas Lovato is a Post-doctoral researcher currently working on the application of a coupled oceanic-biogeochemical model (NEMO-BFM) to investigate the ecosystem dynamics at the regional and global scale.
After the PhD in Environmental Sciences at the University Ca’ Foscari of Venice (Italy), Tomas worked on the development of complex ecological models in transitional and coastal systems to investigate the pelagic biogeochemical cycles and to assess the ecosystem threats posed by anthropic activities.
- Marine heat waves hazard 3D maps and the risk for low motility organisms in a warming Mediterranean Sea
- Performance and results of the high-resolution biogeochemical model PELAGOS025 v1.0 within NEMO v3.4
- Impacts of data assimilation on the global ocean carbonate system
- Modelling dissolved oxygen and benthic algae dynamics in a coastal ecosystem by exploiting real-time monitoring data.