Ariadna Gabarda Mallorquí (Girona, 1981) Bachelor degree in Geography in 2010 and MSc in Environment in 2012 (University of Girona, Spain). In 2013 she obtained a predoctoral grant in order to conduct her doctoral studies in Environment Doctoral Program from the University of Girona. Her thesis was based on the analysis and exploration of water uses and management in tourist destinations, taking as a case study the Costa Brava (Girona, Spain) and emphasising the socioterritoral factors related to hydric resources. From a social point of view, she also conducted her main research topics in governance and management of hydric resources. During her doctoral studies, she did a predoctoral stage in the Institute of Energy and Environment from the University of Sao Paulo (Brasil). In 2017, she obtained her PhD degree with the international recognition. She authored several publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals indexed in JCR and/or SCOPUS. She presented oral communications in 6 international conferences and in 2 seminars and national workshops. Her publications reached 79 citations in Google Scholar and 32 in Scopus. She was also reviewer for three JCR indexed peer-reviewed journals (Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Water-MDPI and Sustainability-MDPI) and one ERIHPLUS journal (Papeles de Geografía).
H-index = 4 (Google Scholar).
On the other hand, she participated in 6 competitive projects: 3 from a EU calls and 3 from the Spanish Agency calls. Nowadays, she is a team member of an EU INTERREG-MED project (MITOMED+) coordinating the scientific results, among other tasks.
She has experience in university teaching in Geography, Tourism, Water Science and Environmental Science Bachelor and Masters studies.