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Prof. Jordi Colomer Feliu. Department of Physics, University of Girona, Catalonia, Spain.

I develop a range of research that can be divided in three areas (last 5 years):

  • Research on coastal sea habitats and the ecosystem services they provide, especially for canopies of Posidonia oceanica in the Mediterranean Sea. Field observations, and scale-modelling approaches are combined to understand the feedbacks between hydrodynamic coastal processes (waves, turbulence, gravity currents), plants (density, shape, rigid vs flexible blades, ...) and sediment transport. Research also focus on the hydrodynamics of fragmented canopies and geomorphological processes. (Associated project: FRAGMENTUM: Hydrodynamics in fragmented wetlands.)
  • The objective of the project COORE is the application of cross-educational cooperative and reflective approaches to foster, develop, and entail the individual Sustainable Development Goals. Our research deals with the application of the principles for ESD at all levels of education, according to the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, under the premises of ethics of solidarity, equality, and mutual respect among people, countries, cultures and generations. We work with educational institutions to empowering individual and group reflection on one’s own actions to foster current and future social, cultural, economic and environmental understanding and impacts, to activate participation both locally and globally and to reframe complex situations through a sustainable basis. (Associated project: COORE: Cooperative and Reflective approaches to foster transformative education.)

  • Integrated and innovative scalable fully ecological sanitation solutions that address water and resource savings in rural communities, for agricultural industries, for sustainable home-builders or collective housing owners for developing countries worldwide. I am involved in optimizing the purification mechanisms performed by Daphnia sp. and especially their role in the reduction of suspended solids and pathogen bacteria. (Associated project: INNOQUA: Innovative Ecologial on-site Sanitation System for Water and Resource Savings.)

5-year Publications and Featured publications (17, 18, 19, 20 and 21) on:

1: Coastal Physical Oceanography

  1. Marianna Soler, Teresa Serra, Jordi Colomer, Xavier Casamitjana and Andrew Folkard. Sediment deposition from gravity currents within emergent vegetation. Sedimentology, 1132-1146, 2017.  
  2. Jordi Colomer, Marianna Soler, Xavier Casamitjana, Teresa Serra and Carolyn Oldham, The impact of anthropogenic longitudinal intermattes on a Posidonia oceanica seagrass meadow Marine Ecology Progress Series. doi.org/10.3354/meps12090, 2017. 
  3. Aina Barcelona, Teresa Serra and Jordi Colomer. Fragmented canopies control the regimes of gravity current development. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 123, 1631-1646, 2018.
  4. Teresa Serra, Jordi Colomer and Carolyn Oldham. Local hydrodynamics at edges of marine canopies under oscillatory flows. PLoS ONE , 13(8): e0201737, 2018.
  5. Jordi Colomer, Aleix Contreras, Teresa Serra and Andrew Folkard. Effects of vegetated model canopies and cohesive sediment on sediment resuspension of consolidated bed sediments.  Environmental Fluid Mechanics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10652-019-09685-x, 19:1575–1598, 2019.
  6. Marianna Soler, Jordi Colomer, Andrew Folkard and Teresa Serra. Particle size segregation of turbidity current deposits in vegetated canopies. Science of the Total Environment, 703, 134784, 2020.
  7. Teresa Serra, Josep Pascual, Ramon Brunet, Jordi Colomer. The mixing regime and turbidity of Lake Banyoles (NE Spain): Response to climate change. Water, 12(6), 1621, 2020.
  8. Marianna Soler, Teresa Serra, Andrew Folkard, Jordi Colomer. Hydrodynamics and sediment deposition in turbidity currents: comparing continuous and patchy vegetation canopies, and the effects of water depth. Journal of Hydrology, 594, 125750, 2021.
  9. Aina Barcelona, Jordi Colomer, Marianna Soler, Nuno Gracias, Teresa Serra. Meadow fragmentation influences Posidonia oceanica density at edges of nearby gaps. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 249, 107106, 2021.
  10. Teresa Serra, Estel Font, Marianna Soler, Aina Barcelona, Jordi Colomer. Mean residence time in a lagoon surrounded by a shallow vegetated foodplain. Hydrological Processes, 35, e14065, 2021.
  11. Aina Barcelona, Carolyn Oldham, Jordi Colomer, Teresa Serra. Functional dynamics of vegetated model patches: the minimum patch size effect for canopy restoration. Science of the Total Environment, 148854, 2021.
  12. Teresa Serra, Mario Morellón, Marianna Soler,  Blas L. Valero-Garcés, Flavio S. Anselmetti, Jordi Colomer. Decreasing pockmark hydrodynamics in Lake Banyoles (NE Spain) due to recent warming and reduced rainfall. Journal of Hydrology-Regional Studies, 37, 100913, 2021.
  13. Aina Barcelona, Teresa Serra, Jordi Colomer and Carolyn Oldham. Fate of sediment plume particles within a canopy: a laboratory investigation. Coastal Engineering, 169, 103972, 2021
  14. Jordi Colomer, Teresa Serra. The world of edges in submerged vegetated marine canopies: from patch to canopy scale. Water, 13, 2430, 2021.
  15. Aina Barcelona, Jordi Colomer, Teresa Serra. Response of submerged flexible and rigid vegetation patches under oscillatory flows. Submitted, 2021.
  16. Teresa Serra, Aina Barcelona, Marianna Soler and Jordi Colomer. Sediment transport and deposition in artificial sediment replenishment from three dams situated in the NE of Spain. Submitted, 2021.

2: Sustainable Education.

  1. Ángel Alsina, Sara Ayllón, Jordi Colomer, Fernández Rosario, Judit Fullana, Maria Pallisera, Marc Pérez-Burriel, Laura Serra. Improving and evaluating reflective narratives: A rubric for higher education students, Teaching and Teacher Education, 63, 148-158, 2017.
  2. Dolors Cañabate, Javier Olivera, Jordi Colomer. A language for growing. Apunts, 134, 146-155, 2018.
  3. Jordi Colomer, Teresa Serra. Communication in formal and non-formal science, Communication Papers, 7, 13, pp. 217-225, 2018.
  4. Dolors Cañabate, Georgina Martínez, Gerard Rodríguez and Jordi Colomer. Analysing emotions and social skills in physical education, Sustainability, 10(5), 1585, 2018.
  5. Jordi Colomer, Laura Serra, Dolors Cañabate and Teresa Serra. Evaluating and assessment-centered reflective-based learning approaches. Sustainability, 10, 3122, 2018.
  6. Ángel Alsina, Sara Ayllón and Jordi Colomer. Validating the narrative reflection assessment (NARRA)for reflective narratives in higher education. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Evaluation, 44(1), 155-168, 2019.
  7. Sara Ayllón, Ángel Alsina and Jordi Colomer. Teachers' involvement and students' self-efficacy: keys to achievement in higher education. PLoS ONE, 14(5): e0216865. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0216865, 2019.
  8. Dolors Cañabate, Teresa Serra, Remigijus Bubnys and Jordi Colomer. Pre-service students’ reflections on cooperative learning: instructional approaches and identity construction. Sustainability, 11(21), 5970, 2019.
  9. Dolors Cañabate, Lluís Nogué, Teresa Serra and Jordi Colomer. Supportive peer feedback in tertiary education: analysis of pre-service teachers’ perception. Education Sciences, 9(4), 2019.
  10. Dolors Cañabate and Jordi Colomer. Reflecting on future perspectives of cooperative learning in the university of the 21st century. In, Cooperative Learning at the University of the XXI. Proposals, strategies and reflections (Invited chapter book and Editor, Book). Graó, 2020.
  11. Tahseen Asif, Ouyang Guangming, Muhammad Asif Haider, Jordi Colomer, Sumaira Kayani and Noor ul Amin. Moral Education for Sustainable Development: Comparison of University Teachers’ Perceptions in China and Pakistan. Sustainability, 12, 3014, 2020.
  12. Jordi Colomer, Teresa Serra, Dolors Cañabate and Remigijus Bubnys. Reflective Learning in Higher Education: Active Methodologies for Transformative Practices. Sustainability, 12, 3827, 2020.
  13. Jordi Colomer. Reflective Learning in Higher Education, Sustainability, ISSN 2071-1050 (Guest Editor), 2020. https://www.mdpi.com/books/pdfview/book/2845. https://doi.org/10.3390/books978-3-03936-592-0.
  14. Dolors Cañabate and Jordi Colomer. Pedagogies for sustainable development. Methodologies and competences for healthy, active, ethical, and sustainable futures (Invited chapter book and Editor, Book). Graó, 1-18, 2021.
  15. Dolors Cañabate, Mónica Santos, David Rodríguez, Teresa Serra and Jordi Colomer. Emotional self-regulation through introjective practices in physical education. Education Sciences, 10, 208, 2020.
  16. Marcel Bassachs, Dolors Cañabate, Teresa Serra and Jordi Colomer. Interdisciplinary cooperative educational approaches to foster knowledge and competences for sustainable development.  Sustainability, 12(20), 8624, 2020.
  17. Jurgita Lenkauskaite, Jordi Colomer, Remigijus Bubnys. Students' social construction of knowledge through cooperative learning, Sustainability 12(22), 9606, 2020.
  18. Marcel Bassachs, Dolors Cañabate, Lluís Nogué, Teresa Serra, Remigijus Bubnys and Jordi Colomer. Fostering critical reflection in primary education through STEAM approaches.  Education Sciences, 10, 384, 2020.
  19. Jordi Colomer, Dolors Cañabate. Cooperative Learning for Sustainable Development and Education, ISSN 2071-1050 Sustainability (Guest Editor), 2021.
  20. Monique M.J. Engelbertink, Jordi Colomer, Kariene Woudt-Mittendorff, Ángel Alsina, Saskia M. Kelders, Sara Ayllón and Gerben J. Westerhof. The reflection level and the construction of professional identity of university students. Reflective Practice, 22 (1), 73-85, 2021.
  21. Jordi Colomer and Dolors Cañabate. Locating cross-educational approaches to develop SDGs, Sustainability, ISSN 2071-1050 (Guest Editor), 2021. 
  22. Jordi Colomer, Teresa Serra, Remigijus Bubnys and Dolors Cañabate. Formulating modes of cooperative learning for education for sustainable development, Sustainability, 13, 3465, 2021.
  23. Jordi Colomer, M. Eugènia Gras, Teresa Serra, Dolors Cañabate. Driving self-regulation through self-reflection: a longitudonal study, Reflective Practice, 22(5), 727-740, 2021.
  24. Aušra Kazlauskiene, Ramute Gaucaite, Dolors Cañabate, Jordi Colomer, and Remigijus Bubnys. Sustainable development of students' assumed responsibility during participatory action-research, Sustainability, 13(18), 10183, 2021.
  25. Dolors Cañabate, Remigijus Bubnys, Lluís Nogué, Lurdes Martínez-Mínguez, Carolina Nieva and Jordi Colomer. Cooperative learning to reduce inequalities: instructional approaches and dimensions, Sustainability, 13(18), 10234, 2021.
  26. Dolors Cañabate, M. Eugènia Gras, Teresa Serra and Jordi Colomer. Cooperative approaches and academic motivation towards enhancing pre-service teachers’ achievement, Education Sciences, 11(11), 705, 2021.
  27. Dolors Cañabate, David Rodriguez, Karo Kunde and Jordi Colomer. Prácticas artísticas intermediales: aprendizaje a través de la videodanza, Submitted, 2021.
  28. Dolors Cañabate, Remigijus Bubnys and Jordi Colomer. A rubric to evaluate meaningful physical education for higher education students, Submitted, 2021.
  29. Revisiting Kolbs' model: Cyclical temporal reflection controls students' critical transformation, Submitted, 2021.

3: Innovative Ecological Sanitation Systems for Water and Resource Savings

  1. Teresa Serra, Jordi Colomer, Aina Barcelona and Marçal Soler. Daphnia magna filtration and mobility in laminar and turbulent flows. Science of the Total Environment, 621, 626-633, 2018.
  2. Mara Müller, Teresa Serra and Jordi Colomer. Response reversibility and short-term quasi-acclimation of Daphnia magna to changing temperatures. PLoS ONE 13(12): e0209705. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0209705, 2018.
  3. Teresa Serra, Marçal Soler, Narcís Pous and Jordi Colomer. Daphnia magna filtration, swimming and mortality under ammonium, nitrite, nitrate and phosphate. Science of the Total Environment, 656, 331-337, 2019. 
  4. Teresa Serra, Mara Müller and Jordi Colomer. Functional responses of Daphnia magna to zero-mean flow turbulence. Scientific Reports, 9:3844, 2019.
  5. Jordi Colomer, Mara Müller, Aina Barcelona and Teresa Serra. Mediated food and hydrodynamics on the ingestion of microplastics by Daphnia magna. Environmental Pollution, 251, 434-441, 2019.
  6. Teresa Serra, Mara F. Müller, Aina Barcelona, Victòria Salvadó, Narcís Pous and Jordi Colomer. Optimal light conditions for Daphnia filtration.  Science of the Total Environment, 686, 151–157, 2019.

  7. Victòria Salvadó, Teresa Serra, Jordi Colomer, Narcís Pous, Marc Font, Irene Pijoan and Jochen Scheerer. Reactor for wastewater treatment purification. Spanish Patent and Trademark Office, Model Utility U201931159 (U668ES00), 2019.

  8. Narcís Pous, Manuela Hidalgo, Teresa Serra, Jordi Colomer, Jesús Colprim and Victòria Salvadó. Assessment of zooplankton-based eco-sustainable wastewater treatment at laboratory scale.  Chemosphere, 238, 124683, 2020.

  9. Teresa Serra, Aina Barcelona, Victoria Salvadó, Narcís Pous and Jordi Colomer. Synergistic effects of second and third order stressors on Daphnia magna. Environmental Pollution, 267, 115439, 2020.

  10. Narcís Pous, Aina Barcelona, Luca Sbardella, Manuela Hidalgo, Teresa Serra, Jordi Colomer, and Victòria Salvadó. Zooplankton-based reactors for tertiary wastewater treatment: a pilot-scale case study. Journal of Environmental Management, 278, 111538, 2021.

  11. Victòria Salvadó, Manuela Hidalgo, Narcís Pous, Teresa Serra and Jordi Colomer. Daphniafilter: a nature-based tertiary system, Chapter Book, in Innovative Wastewater Treatment Technologies - The INNOQUA Project, Bumbac, C.; Dussaussois, J-B., Schaal, A.; Tompkins, D. (Eds), ISBN 9781680837803, Now Publishers, Boston-Delft, 2021.

  12. Narcís Pous, Aina Barcelona, Luca Sbardella, Oriol Gili, Manuela Hidalgo, Jordi Colomer, Teresa Serra and Victòria Salvadó. Vermifiltration and zooplankton integration as a nature-based solution for wastewater treatment. Case Studies in Chemical and Environmental Engineering, 4, 100153, 2021.
  13. Sergi Magester, Jordi Colomer, Aina Barcelona, and Teresa Serra. Vertical distribution of microplstics in water bodies cause sublethal effects and changes in Daphnia magna swimming behaviour. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2021.



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