Dr. Antonio Jordán López

Department of Crystallography, Mineralogy and Agricultural Chemistry

Universidad de Seville, Spain

Senior lecturer in Soil Science





2000 Ph.D., Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

1998 M.S., Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

1996 B.S., Universidad de Sevilla, Spain


Publications (Selected)

  1. E C Brevik, C Calzolari, B A Miller, P Pereira, C Kabala, A Baumgarten, A Jordán (In press) Soil mapping, classification, and pedologic modeling: history and future directions. Geoderma. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2015.05.017
  2. P Pereira, A Jordán, A Cerdà, D Martin (In press)  Editorial: The role of ash in fire-affected ecosystems. Catena. DOI: 10.1016/j.catena.2014.11.016
  3. N T Jiménez-Morillo, J A González-Pérez, A Jordán, L M Zavala, J M de la Rosa, M A Jiménez-González, F J González-Vila (In press) Organic matter fractions controlling soil water repellency in sandy soils from the Doñana National Park (SW Spain). Land Degradation & Development. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2314
  4. F M Granja-Martins, H M Fernandez, J M G P Isidoro, A Jordán, L M Zavala (2015) Classification of landforms in Southern Portugal (Ria Formosa Basin) Journal of Maps 1-9.
  5. Miriam Muñoz-Rojas, Antonio Jordán, Lorena M Zavala, Diego de la Rosa, Sameh K Abd-Elmabod, María Anaya-Romero (2015) Impact of land use and land cover changes on organic carbon stocks in Mediterranean soils (1956-2007). Land Degradation & Development 26:  168-179.
  6. A Jordán, A Gordillo-Rivero, J García-Moreno, L M Zavala, A J P Granged, J Gil, HM Neto Paixão (2014) Post-fire evolution of water repellency and aggregate stability in Mediterranean calcareous soils: a 6-year study. Catena 118:  115-123.
  7. L M Zavala, J García-Moreno, A J Gordillo-Rivero, A Jordán, J Mataix-Solera (2014) Natural soil water repellency in different types of Mediterranean woodlands. Geoderma 226-227:  170-178.
  8. J Mataix-Solera, V Arcenegui, L M Zavala, A Pérez-Bejarano, A Jordán, A Morugán-Coronado, G Bárcenas-Moreno, P Jiménez-Pinilla, E Lozano, A J P Granged, J Gil (2014) Small variations of soil properties control fire-induced water repellency. Spanish Journal of Soil Science 4:  1.  51-60.
  9. A J Gordillo-Rivero, J García-Moreno, A Jordán, L M Zavala, F M Granja-Martins (2014) Fire severity and surface rock fragments cause patchy distribution of soil water repellency and infiltration rates after burning . Hydrological Processes 28:  5832–5843.
  10. M Muñoz-Rojas, A Jordán, L M Zavala, F A González-Peñaloza, D De la Rosa, M Anaya-Romero (2013) Modelling soil organic carbon stocks in global change scenarios: a CarboSOIL application. Biogeosciences 10:  8253-8268.
  11. A Jordán, L M Zavala, J Mataix-Solera, S H Doerr (2013) Soil water repellency: origin, assessment and geomorphological consequences. Catena 108:  1-8.
  12. P Pereira, A Cerdà, X Úbeda, J Mataix-Solera, D Martin, A Jordán, M Burguet (2013) Spatial models for monitoring the spatio-temporal evolution of ashes after fire – a case study of a burnt grassland in Lithuania. Solid Earth 4:  153-165.
  13. J García-Moreno, A Gordillo-Rivero, L M Zavala, A Jordán, P Pereira (2013) Mulch application in fruit orchards increases the persistence of soil water repellency during a 15-years period. Soil & Tillage Research 130:  62-68.
  14. F A González-Peñaloza, L M Zavala, A Jordán, N Bellinfante, G Bárcenas-Moreno, J Mataix-Solera, A J P Granged, F M Granja-Martins, H M Neto-Paixão (2013) Water repellency as conditioned by particle size and drying in hydrophobized sand. Geoderma 209-210:  31-40.
  15. P Pereira, A Cerdà, A Jordán, V Bolutiene, M Pranskevicius, X Úbeda, J Mataix-Solera (2013) Spatio-temporal vegetation recuperation after a grassland fire in Lithuania. Procedia Environmental Sciences 19:  856-864.
  16. M Muñoz-Rojas, A Jordán, L M Zavala, D De la Rosa, S K Abd-Elmabod, M Anaya-Romero (2012) Organic carbon stocks in Mediterranean soil types under different land uses (Southern Spain). Solid Earth 3:  375-386.
  17. F A González-Peñaloza, A Cerdà L M Zavala, A Jordán, A Giménez-Morera, V Arcenegui (2012) Do conservative agriculture practices increase soil water repellency? A case study in citrus-cropped soils. Soil & Tillage Research 124:  233-239.
  18. S K Abd-Elmabod, R R Ali, M Anaya-Romero, A Jordán, M Muñoz-Rojas, T A Abdelmageed, L M Zavala, D de la Rosa (2012) Evaluating soil degradation under different scenarios of agricultural land management in mediterranean region. Nature and Science 10:  103-116.
  19. A J P Granged, L M Zavala, A Jordán, G Bárcenas-Moreno (2011) Post-fire evolution of soil properties and vegetation cover in a Mediterranean heathland after experimental burning: a 3-year study. Geoderma 164:  85-94.
  20. A J P Granged, A Jordán, L M Zavala, M Muñoz-Rojas, J Mataix-Solera (2011) Short-term effects of experimental fire for a soil under eucalyptus forest (SE Australia). Geoderma 167-168:  125-134.
  21. J Mataix-Solera, A Cerdà, V Arcenegui, A Jordán, L M Zavala (2011) Fire effects on soil aggregation: a review Earth-Science Reviews 109:  44-60.
  22. A Jordán, L M Zavala, J Mataix-Solera, A L Nava, N Alanís (2011)  Effect of fire severity on water repellency and aggregate stability on Mexican volcanic soils. Catena 84:  136-147.
  23. A J P Granged, A Jordán, L M Zavala, G Bárcenas-Moreno (2011) Fire-induced changes in soil water repellency increased fingered flow and runoff rates following the 2004 Huelva wildfire . Hydrological Processes 25:  1614-1629.
  24. M muñoz-Rojas, D de la Rosa, L M Zavala, A Jordán, M Anaya-Romero (2011) Changes in land cover and vegetation carbon stocks in Andalusia, Southern Spain (1956-2007). Science of the Total Environment 409:  2796-2806.

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