Daniel Díaz de Quijano, Ph.D.

Senior researcher

I am a mountain lake limnologist transitioning to paleolimnology. I am currently working on a project to disentangle the effects of climate warming and atmospheric nitrogen deposition on West Sayan mountain lakes (Siberia). I have a wide range of interests including global warming, phosphorus and nitrogen biogeochemistry, primary production limitation, biodiversity under global change, phytoplankton and diatom ecology, fire ecology, winter ecology, socio-environmental history, image analysis, extracellular enzyme activities and eDNA metabarcoding.


Siberian Federal University

Akademgorodok 50A-K2, room 503, Krasnoyarsk-Russia

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The laboratory is supported by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Russian Federation (project FSRZ-2020-0014).