Biocultural Landscapes, community mapping, local development, Indigenous and farmers cultural heritage perspectives South America, Ecuador
I work with issues of land-use change in farmscape transformation of Southeastern Ecuador. My research focuses on biocultural landscape dynamics for territorial planning and conservation of local heritage. My PhD dissertation will include demonstration of multiscalar participatory conservation practices in the El Collay Protected Forests.
Science and academia must also be humanitarian.
Bachelor degree in History and Geography (2015)
Master degree in Territorial Planning (2017)
PhD student in Geography (currently)