• Hottest July on Record (174 years), (NASA)

    Earth just roasted under its hottest July on record, according to scientists from NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) and also ffrom scientist from NASA. For the fourth-consecutive month, the global ocean surface temperature also hit a record high. Overall, July 2023 was 0.24ºC warmer than any other July...


  • Earth just had its hottest June on record (NOAA)

    The world just sweltered through its hottest June in the 174-year global climate record. The June global surface temperature was 1.05°C above the 20th-century average of 15.5°C, making it the warmest June on record. This marked the first time a June temperature exceeded 1°C above the long-term average. June 2023...


  • Two works at International SWAT Conference (Aarhus, Dinamarca)

    During the week of June 26th to 30th, 2023, I participated in the International Conference 2023 International SWAT Conference, held at the Department of Ecosciences of the University of Aarhus (Aarhus Denmark). This is a small conference, aimed at all scientists working with the SWAT eco-hydrology model worldwide. On this...


  • Después de la gran tormenta, ¿cómo rediseñaremos? (El Mostrador)

    I just published an opinion column in the newspaper El Mostrador on how we will redesign the infrastructure that have been affected by the big storm that hit the Central-South zone of Chile in the end of June of this year 2023. In this column, I states that it is...


  • Four works at EGU 2023

    During the week of April 24 to 28, 2023, I participated in the European Geosciences Union Conference (EGU 2023), held in the city of Wien (Austria). On this occasion, I presented two works and participated in other two: 1) A new software for spatio-temporal analysis of gridded data sources. In...