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Dr. Pant is a Chair for the Department of Environmental, Geographic and Geological Sciences, Lehman College, the City University of New York (CUNY). He received Ph.D.in Environmental Biology Dalhousie University Halifax Canada in 1998. He is also acting as Director of Interdisciplinary Environmental Science Program.
Dr. Pant s research interests includes biogeochemical cycles, sediment/water quality, ecological indicators, global change.
Psychologist and Environmental Consultant. He completed doctoral studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment of the UNED. Chief of Brigade in a Forest Fire Service with more than 20 years of experience. He collaborates with several companies and institutions in the area of training in Psychology in Emergencies and Human Resources. He is Professor at the University of Valencia in the Master in "Intervention and operational coordination in emergencies and catastrophes" and other postgraduate courses on emergencies. Director and President of the International Scientific-Professional Committee of the National Symposium on Forest Fires (SINIF). He has lectured internationally and has been part of the Organizing Committee of several International Congresses on Earth Sciences and Climate Change. He has published articles on forest fires, stress, psychosocial risks and emotional trauma, mainly in relation to emergency services and natural disasters. Currently, he is assigned to the Research Group on "Climate and Territorial Planning" (University of Alicante), where he researches on the social perception of forest fire risk and behavior in the event of possible disasters.
Forest fires, risk perception, natural hazards, environmental psychology and human behavior in emergency situations. Currently, he is assigned to the Research Group on "Climate and Territorial Planning" (University of Alicante), where he researches on the social perception of forest fire risk and behavior in the event of possible disasters.Network
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