Martín Hernández, Natalia

Martín Hernández, Natalia




Predoctoral Gobierno de Aragón




The topics of my PhD research are related with remote sensing, dynamic vegetation changes and climatic impacts on the Iberian Peninsula.


Remote Sensing: processing and interpretation of satellite data, spatial and temporal analysis of vegetation and climatic variables.

Vegetation dynamics: trends, variability and change in land use and land cover, reconstruction of NDVI time series.

Climate change and variability: climatic impacts (droughts, desertification, ...) and socioeconomic and environmental vulnerability.






  • ≈ Vicente-Serrano, S.M.; Cabello, D.; Tomás-Burguera, M.; Martín-Hernández, N.; Beguería,S.; Azorin-Molina, C.; Kenawy, A.E. (2015). Drought Variability and Land Degradation in Semiarid Regions: Assessment Using Remote Sensing Data and Drought Indices (1982–2011). Remote Sensing, 7, 4391-4423.

  • ≈ Azorín-Molina, C., Vicente-Serrano, S. M., Sanchez-Lorenzo, A., McVicar, T. R., Morán-Tejeda, E., Revuelto, J., El Kenawy, A., Martín-Hernández, N. & Tomas-Burguera, M. (2015). Atmospheric evaporative demand observations, estimates and driving factors in Spain (1961–2011). Journal of Hydrology, 523, 262-277.

  • ≈ Vicente-Serrano, S.M.; A. El Kenawy, C. Azorin-Molina, O. Chura, F. Trujillo, E. Aguilar, N. Martín-Hernández, J.I. López-Moreno, A. Sanchez-Lorenzo, E. Moran-Tejeda, J.Revuelto, P. Ycaza & F. Friend (2015): Average monthly and annual climate maps for Bolivia, Journal of Maps.





  •  ≈ Validation of climate drought indices for multi-sectorial applications in North America and Europe under a global warming scenario. I-LINK1001. 2016-2017. IP: Vicente Serrano, S.