Silvia de Juan is a marine scientist with expertise on the assessment of links and feedbacks in marine and coastal socio-ecological systems. She is currently a Ramon y Cajal researcher in IMEDEA (CSIC-UIB).
Silvia de Juan research focus on 3 main axes: 1) the quantification and evaluation of ecological integrity of marine ecosystems; 2) understanding the mechanistic link between marine ecosystem functioning and ecosystem service supply; 3) assessment of links and feedbacks in marine and coastal socio-ecological systems.
Silvia de Juan obtained the PhD in 2007 by the University of Barcelona. From 2012 to 2016, she worked in two international postdoctoral projects in New Zealand and in Chile. In 2017, I returned to ICM-CSIC with a Marie S. Curie Action.