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Geologist , researcher

Juan José Gómez-Alday, Spanish geologist, researcher. Achievements include research in inoceramid diagenesis and palaeoenviromental implications, Maastrichtian (upper cretaceous) global cooling. Recipient Extraordinary Ph. D. award, University of Basque Country, 2004. Member of Spanish Geological Association (associate), International Association Hydrogeologists (associate).

Background

Gómez-Alday, Juan José was born on August 14, 1969 in Segovia, Spain. Son of Rufino Gómez-Calvo and María del Pilar Alday-Gil García.

Education

Licence in geological science, University of Basque Country, Lejona. Spain, 1993; Master in International Trade, Chamber of Commerce of Alava, Spain, 1997. Doctor of Philosophy in Geology, University Basque Country, 2002.

Career

Marketing manager Inguru Consultores, S.A., Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, 1995—1998. Researcher in hydrogeology Institute for Regional Development, Albacete, Spain, since 2002. Secretary Institute for Regional Development, since 2004.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in inoceramid diagenesis and palaeoenviromental implications, Maastrichtian (upper cretaceous) global cooling.

Membership

Member of Spanish Geological Association (associate), International Association Hydrogeologists (associate).

Connections

Married Carmen Rodríguez-Polo, March 29, 2000.

father:
Rufino Gómez-Calvo María

mother:
María

spouse:
Carmen Rodríguez-Polo