Dr. Almudena García-García

Academic Staff

Department Remote Sensing

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental
Research - UFZ

Permoserstraße 15
04318 Leipzig


Almudena Garcia-Garcia

Research interests

  • Land - Atmosphere interactions
  • Climate extremes and climate variability
  • Satellite remote sensing data
  • Process-based modeling and data-driven methods

Academic Background

2016 - 2020

Ph.D in Environmental Sciences, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Newfoundland, Canada

2014 - 2016

Master in Earth Sciences, St. Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia, Canada

2009 - 2014

BSc. in Physics, University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain


  • Moire A. Wadleigh Award for Excellence in Environmental Science (PhD. Memorial University of Newfoundland)
  • Governor General Graduate Medal for the highest overall average in a thesis-based graduate program (Master, St. Francis Xavier University)



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2024 (5)

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2023 (9)

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2022 (5)

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2021 (1)

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  • García-García A., Cuesta-Valero F.J., Beltrami H., González-Rouco J.F., García-Bustamante E., and Finnis J. (2020). Land Surface Model influence on the simulated climatologies of temperature and precipitation extremes in the WRF v.3.9 model over North America. Geoscientific Model Development, https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-13-5345-2020.
  • von Schuckmann, K., Cheng, L., Palmer, M. D., Hansen, J., Tassone, C., Aich, V., Adusumilli, S., Beltrami, H., Boyer, T., Cuesta-Valero, F. J., Desbruyères, D., Domingues, C., García-García, A., Gentine, P., Gilson, J., Gorfer, M., Haimberger, L., Ishii, M., Johnson, G. C., Killick, R., King, B. A., Kirchengast, G., Kolodziejczyk, N., Lyman, J., Marzeion, B., Mayer, M., Monier, M., Monselesan, D. P., Purkey, S., Roemmich, D., Schweiger, A., Seneviratne, S. I., Shepherd, A., Slater, D. A., Steiner, A. K., Straneo, F., Timmermans, M.-L., and Wijffels, S. E. (2020). Heat stored in the Earth system: where does the energy go?. Earth Syst. Sci. Data, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-12-2013-2020.




Other Publications

  •   von Schuckmann K., Roca R., Steiner A., Trenberth K., Kuhlbrodt T., Mayssignac B., Straneo F., Seneviratne S.I., Stevens G., Boyer T., Loeb N., Gulev S., Cheng L., Hakuba M., Haines K., Shepherd A., Kato S., Yang C., Mayer M., Soden B., Nowicki S., Lauritzen P., Wild M., L’Ecuyer T., Llovel M., Beltrami H., Cuesta-Valero F.J., García-García A., and Tokarska K.B. (2019). Final report on the WCRP workshop "The Earth’s Energy Imbalance and its implications". Submitted to WCRP on March 14th, 2019.
  • Jamieson, R., Kurylyk, B., Rapaport, E., Manuel, P., Van Proosdij, D., Beltrami, H., Hayward, J., KarisAllen, J., Clark, K., Tusz, C., Jahncke, R., García-García, A., and Cuesta-Valero, F.,J. (2019). Standards for the incorporation of climate change into riverine and coastal flood mapping in Nova Scotia. Technical report prepared for the Government of Nova Scotia. Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • García-García A., Cuesta-Valero F.J., and Beltrami H. (2019). Climatology Group Report on State of the Art Climate Data and Simulations Available for Floodline Mapping in Atlantic Canada. In: Standards for the incorporation of climate change into riverine and coastal flood mapping in Nova Scotia (Jamieson R., Kurylyk B., Rapaport E., Manuel P., Van Proosdij D., Beltrami H., Hayward J., KarisAllen J., Clark, K., Tusz C., Jahncke R., García-García A., and Cuesta-Valero F.J.). Technical report prepared for the Government of Nova Scotia. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.