Daniel Fazeli. Degree in Geography from the University of Seville (2018) and master's degree in Territory Management, Instruments and Intervention Techniques from the same University (2019).
To date, he has developed several research projects within the Department of Human Geography of the University of Seville, related to urban planning, land management and the impact of anthropic activities on river systems in the area of Seville; as well as their different restoration strategies within the framework of green infrastructure, integrating them into their territorial framework. In addition, since the beginning of the year 2019, it has been collaborating with the Guadalquivir Hydrographic Confederation in projects whose objectives are to recover the ecosystem functionality of the fluvial systems and associated ecosystem services, with special attention to public use and flood risk management in territorial contexts With a marked metropolitan character.
Since 2018 he is also a member of the Spanish Association of Geography (AGE), as well as the Territorial Structures and Systems Research Group (GIEST; code HUM. 396), which is formed by senior and junior researchers from the universities of Seville and Pablo de Olavide.