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Fernando  Garrido Colmenero

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914111328

Departamento: 

GEOLOGIA

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Cientifico Titular del CSIC

 

 

 

EDUCATION

 

 

1996 Ph.D., Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Soil Science
1993 M.S., Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Pollution Processes
1991 B.S., Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Pharmacy (Ecology program)

 

EXPERIENCE
2014-present: Staff Scientist, Department of Geology, National Museum of Natural Sciences, CSIC, Madrid (Spain).
2005-2013: Staff Scientist, Department of Environmental Pollution, Institute for Agricultural Sciences, CSIC, Madrid (Spain).
2006-2009: Head of the Department of Environmental Pollution, Institute for Agricultural Sciences, CSIC, Madrid (Spain).
2001-2005: Associate Researcher ("Ramón y Cajal" tenured track program), Department of Environmental Pollution, Institute for Agricultural Sciences, CSIC, Madrid (Spain).
2000-2001: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. Department of Environmental Pollution, Institute for Agricultural Sciences, CSIC, Madrid (Spain).
1999-2000: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Hydrogeochemistry Group, Area of Environment; Energy, Environment, and Technology Research Center (CIEMAT), Madrid, Spain.
1997-1999: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management Department. University of California, Berkeley, CA

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My research is broadly focused on Soil Science and Environmental Geochemistry. My goal is to understand the main physical and chemical processes involved in soil pollution processes most importantly related to metals and metalloids. I study the chemistry, reactions and transport phenomena of potentially toxic contaminants and species in soils and sediments. In addition to classical methods based on chemical extractions to determine the bioavailability and mobility of contaminants, we use spectroscopy and microscopy, particularly synchrotron X-ray methods, to determine element speciation and molecular-scale mechanisms of biogeochemical reactions in natural systems. We have also studied the potential application of inorganic amendments (including industrial by-products) for in situ remediation procedures of metal polluted soils.

 

Current research themes are:


• Study of natural colloids and nanoparticles as nanovectors of metals and melloids in soil pollution processes,
• Characterization of element speciation and reactive solid phases in natural soils and sediments
• Effect of preferential flow patterns and water flow domains on metals and metalloids distribution and chemical speciation in soils.

 

 

 

Publications

Gomez-Gonzalez, MA., Garcia-Guinea, J., Garrido, F., Townsend, PD., Marco, J-F. Luminescence emission from hydrous thallium-manganese complexes bonded to potassium bearing aluminosilicates. Journal of Luminescence (accepted)

 

Gomez-Gonzalez, MA., Serrano, S., Laborda, F., Garrido. F. Spread and partitioning of Arsenic in soils from a mine waste site in Madrid province (Spain). Science of the Total Environment, 500-501: 23-33 (2014)

 

Garrido, F., Serrano, S., Barrios, L., Uruñuela, J., Helmhart, M. Preferential flow and metal distribution in an alluvial soil from Sao Domingos mine (Portugal). Geoderma, 213: 103-114 (2014)

 

Serrano, S., Vlassopoulos, D., Garrido, F., O'Day, P.A. A combined site-specific metals sorption and transport model in intact soil columns. Vadose Zone Journal, 12(4): 1-11 (2013)

 

Rodriguez-Jorda, M.P., Garrido, F., Garcia-Gonzalez, MT. Effect of the addition of industrial by-products on Cu, Zn, Pb and As leachability in a mine sediment. Journal of Hazardous Material, 213-214: 46-54 (2012)

 

Garrido, F., and Helmhart, M. Lead and soil properties distributions in a roadside soil: effect of preferential flow paths. Geoderma, 170, 305-313 (2012)

 

Helmhart, M., O'Day, P.A., Garcia-Guinea, J., Serrano, S., and Garrido, F. Arsenic, copper, and zinc leaching through preferential flow in mining-impacted soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 76:449-462 (2012)

 

Garrido, F., Laborda, F., Bolea, E., Helmhart, M., O'Day P.A., and Serrano S. Colloidal arsenic distribution and speciation in mine soils. Mineralogical Magazine, Vol. 75 (3), 895 (2011)

 

Helmhart, M., O'Day, P.A., Garcia-Guinea, J., Serrano S., Garrido. F. Arsenic, copper, and zinc leaching through preferential flow in mining-impacted soils. Mineralogical Magazine, Vol. 75 (3), 1004 (2011)

 

Garrido, F., Aguilar-Carrillo, J., Garcia-Gonzalez, MT. Evaluation of two industrial by-products as soil-conditioners for reducing Al toxicity and acidity in a Palexerult of western Spain. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 42, 2604-2614, 2011

 

Recio-Vazquez, L., Garcia-Guinea, J., Carral, P., Alvarez, A., Garrido, F. Arsenic mining waste in the catchment area of the Madrid detrital aquifer (Spain). Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 214, 307-320 (2011)

 

Rodríguez-Jordá, MP, Garrido, F., García-González, MT. Assessment of the use of industrial by-products for induced reduction of As and Se potential leachability in an acid soil. Journal of Hazardous Material, 175, 328-335 (2010)

 

Rodriguez-Jorda, MP, Garrido, F., Garcia-Gonzalez, MT. Potential use of gypsum and lime rich industrial by-products for induced reduction of Pb, Zn and Ni leachability in an acid soil. Journal of Hazardous Material, 175, 762-769 (2010)

 

Aguilar-Carrillo, J., Garrido, F., Barrios, L., and García-González, MT. Induced reduction of the potential leachability of As, Cd and Tl in an element-spiked acid soil by the application of industrial by-products. Geoderma, 149:367-372 (2009)

 

Serrano, S., O'Day, PA, Vlassopoulos, D., Garcia-Gonzalez, MT, and Garrido, F. A surface complexation and ion exchange model of Pb and Cd competitive sorption on natural soils. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73:543-558 (2009)

 

Garrido, F., Serrano, S., Campbell, CG, Barrios, L., and Garcia-Gonzalez, MT. Evidence of physical and chemical nonequilibrium in lead and cadmium transport and sorption in acid soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 72(5): 1434-1444 (2008)

 

Aguilar-Carrillo, J., Barrios, L., Garrido, F., and García-González, MT. Effects of industrial by-product amendments on As, Cd and Tl retention/release in an element-spiked acidic soil. Applied Geochemistry, 22(7), 1515-1529 (2007)

 

Aguilar-Carrillo, J., Garrido, F., Barrios, L. and Garcia-Gonzalez, MT. Sorption of As, Cd and Tl as influenced by industrial by-products applied to an acidic soil: Equilibrium and kinetic experiments. Chemosphere, 65 (11), 2377-2387 (2006)

 

Campbell, CG, Garrido, F., Illera, V. and García-González, MT. Transport of Cd, Cu, and Pb in an acid soil amended with phosphogypsum, sugar foam, and phosphoric rock. Applied Geochemistry, 21, 1030-1043 (2006)

 

Campbell, C. G., Garrido, F., Illera, V. and Garcia-Gonzalez, MT. Transport of Cd, Cu, and Pb in an acid soil amended with phosphogypsum, sugar foam, and phosphoric rock (vol 21, pg 1030, 2006) (Correction). Applied Geochemistry, 21, 1818-1818 (2006)

 

Garrido,F., Illera, V., Campbell, CG. and Garcia-Gonzalez, MT. Regulating the mobility of Cd, Cu, and Pb in an acid soil with amendments of phosphogypsum, sugar foam, and phosphoric rock. European Journal of Soil Science, 57, 95-105 (2006)

 

Garrido, F., Illera, V. and García-González, MT. Effect of the addition of gypsum-and lime-rich industrial by-products on Cd, Cu, and Pb availability and leachability in metal spiked acid soils. Applied Geochemistry, 20, 397-408 (2005)

 

Serrano, S., Garrido, F., Campbell, GC. and García-González, MT. Competitive sorption of cadmium and lead in acid soils of Central Spain. Geoderma, 124, 91-104 (2005)

 

Illera, V., Garrido, F., Vizcayno, C., and García-González, MT. Field application of industrial by-products as Al toxicity amendments: chemical and mineralogical implications. European Journal of Soil Science.55, 681-692 (2004)

 

Illera, V., Garrido, F., Serrano, S. and García-González, MT. Immobilization of the heavy metals Cd, Cu, and Pb in an acid soil amended with gypsum- and lime-rich industrial by-products. European Journal of Soil Science, 55, 135-145 (2004)

 

Campbell, CG., Garrido, F., Ghodrati, M. Role of leaf litter in initiating tracer transport pathways in a woodland hillslope soil. Soil Science, 169, 100-114 (2004)

 

Garrido, F., Illera, V., Vizcayno, C., and Garcia-Gonzalez, MT. Evaluation of industrial by-products as soil acidity amendments: chemical and mineralogical implications. European Journal of Soil Science, 54, 411-422 (2003)

 

Campbell, C., Ghodrati, M., and Garrido, F. Using TDR to characterize shallow solute transport in an oak woodland hillslope in northern California, USA. Hydrological Processes, 16, 2921-2940 (2002)

 

Garrido, F., Ghodrati, M., Campbell, C, and Chendorain, M. Detailed characterization of solute transport in a heterogeneous field soil. Journal of Environmental Quality, 30, 573-583 (2001)

 

Campbell, C, Ghodrati, M, and Garrido, F. Temporal consistency of solute transport processes in a heterogeneous field soil. Soil Science, 166, 491-506 (2001)

 

Ghodrati, M., Garrido, F., Campbell, CG., and Chendorain, M. TECHNICAL REPORTS-Vadose Zone Processes and Chemical Transport-A Multiplexed Fiber Optic Miniprobe System for Measuring Solute Transport in Soil. Journal of Environmental Quality, 29(2), 540-550 (2000)

 

Ghodrati, M, Garrido, F., Campbell, CG, and Chendorain, M. A multiplexed Fiber Optic Miniprobe System for measuring Solute Transport in Soil. Journal of Environmental Quality, 29, 540-550 (2000)

 

Garrido, F., Ghodrati, M., and Chendorain, M. Method for in situ field calibration of Fiber Optic Miniprobes. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 64,836-842 (2000)

 

Garrido, F., Ghodrati, M., and Chendorain, M. Small-scale measurement of soil water content using a fiber optic sensor. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 63, 1505-1512 (1999)

 

Garrido, F., Ghodrati, M., Chendorain, M., and Campbell, C. Small-scale variability in solute transport processes in a homogeneous clay loam soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 63, 1513-1522 (1999)

 

Campbell, C., Ghodrati, M., and Garrido, F. Comparison of Time Domain Reflectometry, Fiber Optic Mini-Probes, and Solution Samplers for real time measurement of solute transport processes in soil. Soil Science, 164,156-170 (1999)

 

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