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Silvestre García de Jalón

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Silvestre García de Jalón


  • Position:
    Postdoctoral researcher
  • Main Research Field:
    Bio-economic modelling; Adaptation to climate change, Agriculture; Health Economics
  • Contact information:
    Email address: silvestre.garciadejalon@bc3research.org
    Contact phone: +34944014690 (ext. 182)
  • Google Scholar: Silvestre García de Jalón Scholar
  • ORCID ID: orcid.org/0000-0001-9824-9020?

Short CV

Silvestre García de Jalón holds a PhD in Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) since October 2014, having obtained the UPM Extraordinary Award of Doctoral Thesis. Silvestre acquired a BSc on Forestry Engineering (2008), a BSc on Agricultural Engineering (2011) and a MSc on Agricultural and Natural Resources (2012) in the UPM. His research focuses on modelling the interactions among economic, social and environmental factors in order to assess the impact of policy interventions. His work has been published in international journals such as Regional Environmental Change, Environmental Science & Policy, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for a Global Change. Silvestre has worked as a Postdoc at Purdue University in the United States and at Cranfield University in the United Kingdom. Silvestre has participated in various research projects such as ANIMALCHANGE ("An Integration of Mitigation and Adaptation Options for Sustainable Livestock Production under Climate Change") or AGFORWARD ("AGroFORestry that Will Advance Rural Development") funded by the 7th Framework Program of the European Commission (EC), "Incorporating Social Dimensions into the Modelling of Adoption of Conservation Practices in the Mississippi River Basin" funded by the United States Geological Survey and "Assessment of the Climate Change Vulnerability in Doñana Wetlands" funded by the Fundación Biodiversidad.

Journal Articles

  • 2017
  • Church S, Haigh T, Widhalm M, García de Jalón S, Babin N, Carlton JS, Dunn M, Fagan K, Knutson CL, Prokopy LS. 2017. Agricultural trade publications and the 2012 Midwestern U.S. Drought: A missed opportunity for climate risk communication. Climate Risk Management. 15. 45–60. DOI (10.1016/j.crm.2016.10.006.)
  • Diaz-Balteiro L., de Jalón S.G. 2017. Certifying forests to achieve sustainability in industrial plantations: Opinions of stakeholders in Spain. Forests. 8. (12) 502. DOI (10.3390/f8120502).
  • Floress K, Garcia de Jalon S, Church SP, Babin N, Ulrich-Schad JD, Prokopy LS. 2017. Toward a theory of farmer conservation attitudes: Dual interests and willingness to take action to protect water quality. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 53. 73–80. DOI (10.1016/j.jenvp.2017.06.009).
  • García de Jalón S, Burgess PJ, Graves A, Moreno G, McAdam J, Pottier E, Novak S, Bondesan V, Mosquera-Losada R, Crous-Duran J, Palma JHN, Paulo J, Oliveira TS, Cirou E, Hannachi Y, Pantera A, Wartelle R, Kay S, Malignier N, Van Lerberghe P, Tsonkova P, Mi. 2017. How is agroforestry perceived in Europe? An assessment of positive and negative aspects among stakeholders. AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS. DOI (DOI: 10.1007/s10457-017-0116-3).
  • García de Jalón S, González del Tánago M, Alonso C, García de Jalón D. 2017. The environmental costs of water flow regulation: an innovative approach based on the 'polluter pays' principle. WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT. 31. (9) 2809–2822. DOI (DOI: 10.1007/s11269-017-1663-0).
  • García de Jalón S, Graves A, Moreno G, Palma JHN, Crous-Duran J, Kay S, Burgess PJ. 2017. Forage-SAFE: a model for assessing the impact of tree cover on wood pasture profitability. ECOLOGICAL MODELLING. DOI (10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2018.01.017).
  • García de Jalón S, Graves A, Palma JHN, Williams A, Upson M, Burgess PJ. . 2017. Modelling and valuing the environmental impacts of arable, forestry and agroforestry systems: a case study. . AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS. DOI (10.1007/s10457-017-0128-z.)
  • García de Jalón S, Silvestri S, Barnes A. 2017. The potential for adoption of climate smart agricultural practices in Sub-Saharan livestock systems. Regional Environmental Change. DOI (10.1007/s10113-016-1026-z).
  • Kay S, Crous-Duran J, Ferreiro-Dominguez N, García de Jalón S, Graves A, Moreno G, Mosquera Losada R, Palma J, Roces Diaz JV, Santiago-Freijanes JJ, Szerencsits E, Weibel R, Herzog F. . 2017. Spatial similarities between European agroforestry systems and ecosystem services at the landscape scale. AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS. DOI (10.1007/s10457-017-0132-3).
  • Moreno G, Aviron S, Burgess PJ, Crous-Duran J, Franca A, García de Jalón S, Hartel T, Mirck J, Pantera A, Palma JHN, Paulo JA, Re GA, Sanna F, Thenail C, Varga A, Viaud V. 2017. Agroforestry systems of high nature and cultural value in Europe: provision of commercial goods and other ecosystem services. AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS. DOI (10.1007/s10457-017-0126-1.)
  • Palma JHN, Crous-Duran J, Graves AR, Garcia de Jalon S, Upson M, Oliveira TS, Paulo JA, Ferreiro-Dominguez N, Moreno G, Burgess PJ. 2017. Integrating belowground carbon dynamics into Yield-SAFE, a parameter sparse agroforestry model. . AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS. DOI (10.1007/s10457-017-0123-4.)
  • Rois-Díaz M, Lovric N, Lovric M, Ferreiro-Domínguez N, Mosquera-Losada MR, den Herder M, Graves A, Palma JHN, Paulo JA, Pisanelli A, Smith J, Moreno G, García S, Varga A, Pantera A, Mirck J, Burgess P. . 2017. Farmers’ reasoning behind the uptake of agroforestry practices: evidence from multiple case-studies across Europe. AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS. DOI (10.1007/s10457-017-0139-9.)
  • Ulrich-Schad J.D., Garciá De Jalón S., Babin N., Pape A., Prokopy L.S. 2017. Measuring and understanding agricultural producers' adoption of nutrient best management practices. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 72. (5) 506-518. DOI (10.2489/jswc.72.5.506).
  • 2016
  • Dunn M, Mullendore N, García de Jalón S, Prokopy LS. 2016. The role of county surveyors and county drainage boards in addressing water quality. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. 57. 1217–1229. DOI (DOI.10.1007/s00267-016-0689-z.)
  • García de Jalón S, Iglesias A, Barnes A. 2016. Drivers of farm-level adaptation to climate change in Africa: an evaluation by a composite index of potential adoption. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 21. 779–798. DOI (DOI.10.1007/s11027-014-9626-8.)
  • 2015
  • Cayambe-Terán J, Iglesias A, García de Jalón S, Riga P, Chuquillanqui C. 2015. Evaluación económica de las estrategias de mitigación de gases de efecto invernadero en sistemas de producción de patata. ITEA-Informacion Tecnica Economica Agraria. 111. (2) 154-173. DOI (DOI.org/10.12706/itea.2015.011.)
  • Church S, Babin N, Carlton S, Dunn M, Fagan K, García de Jalón S, Haigh T, Knutson C, Prokopy L, Widhalm M. 2015. Agricultural Advisors’ Climate Risk Perceptions: 2013-14 Content Analysis Data. Purdue University Research Repository. DOI (DOI.10.4231/R7BR8Q59.)
  • García de Jalón S, Silvestri S, Granados A, Iglesias A. 2015. Behavioural barriers in response to climate change in agricultural communities: an example from Kenya. Regional Environmental Change. 15. (5) 851-865. DOI (DOI.10.1007/s10113-014-0676-y.)
  • Granados A, Martín-Carrasco FJ, García de Jalón S, Iglesias A. 2015. Adaptation of irrigation networks to climate change: linking robust design and stakeholder contribution. SPANISH JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH. 13. (4) 1-12. DOI (DOI.10.5424/sjar/2015134-7549. ).
  • 2014
  • García de Jalón S, Iglesias A, Cunningham R, Pérez Díaz JI. 2014. Building resilience to water scarcity in Southern Spain: A case study of rice farming in Doñana protected wetlands. Regional Environmental Change. 14. (3) 1229-1242. DOI (DOI.10.1007/s10113-013-0569-5.)
  • 2013
  • García de Jalón S, Iglesias A, Quiroga S, Bardají I. 2013. Exploring public support for climate change adaptation policies in the Mediterranean region: A case study in Southern Spain. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & POLICY. 29. 1–11. DOI (DOI. 10.1016/j.envsci.2013.01.010.)
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