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MARA INÉS ESPINOSA HERAZO

Postdotorante

Universidad Adolfo Ibánez

Santiago, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


Interesada en la ecología del movimiento animal en el contexto de la transformación del paisaje, implementado herramientas complementarias como modelamiento espacial y marcadores moleculares con el fin de diseñar estrategias adecuadas de conservación

Educación

  •  Gestion de recursos naturales, Universidad del Atlántico. Chile, 2000
  •  Biólogo, Universidad del Atlántico. Chile, 2005
  •  Ecología y genética del paisaje, UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA. Chile, 2019

Experiencia Académica

  •   Docente e Investigador Other

    Universidad Pedro de Valdivia

    Ciencias Agropecuarias

    La Serena, Chile

    2019 - 2019

  •   Profesor Other

    UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA

    Ciencias básicas

    La Serena, Chile

    2013 - 2013

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Asistente de investigación Part Time

    Proyecto FONDECYT 1150928

    La Serena, Chile

    2016 - 2018

  •   Asistente de investigación Other

    Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad

    La Serena, Chile

    2018 - 2018

  •   Asistente de investigación Full Time

    Universidad de La Serena

    La Serena, Chile

    2011 - 2015

  •   Análisis de datos de telemetría Other

    Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

    La Serena, Chile

    2014 - 2014

  •   Asistente de investigación Full Time

    Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Zonas Áridas CEAZA

    La Serena, Chile

    2010 - 2011

  •   Coordinador de proyectos Full Time

    FUNDACIÓN HIDROBIOLÓGICA GEORGE DAHL

    Barranquilla, Colombia, Chile

    2005 - 2010

Formación de Capital Humano


1. Assistant lecturer. Veterinary School, Pedro de Valdivia University, La Serena (03/2019 to 01/2020)
2. Collaborating lecturer. General Genetics Course. Department of Biology, University of La Serena.


Difusión y Transferencia


-Podcast style conversation: Modelling landscape connectivity for Lama guanicoe cacsilensis (Lönnberg 1913) in North-Central Chile. Lecturer: Dr. Mara Espinosa H.
This is the sixth chapter for the Science Dissemination Program organized by the University of La Serena, is the first “podcast style” discussion in which I have participated. This chapter was recorded on September 11 2020 and is expected to be broadcast on October 28 this year. I approached the Office for the Dissemination of Science to propose that the production of podcasts be extended beyond this cycle of talks to cover a range of topics related to global change, climate change and wildlife, which was well received. I

-International collaborations. I have been involved in a collaboration with the Fundación Hidrobiológica George Dahl NPO in Colombia since late 2018. This has involved knowledge transfer regarding conservation research, dissemination of science, and the organization of specialized training courses. Contacts: Dir. Gral. Edgar Patiño (+573106279200). Dir. Admon. Martha Luz Guerra (+573175137624). https://twitter.com/fhgdcolombia, https://fhgdcolombia.com/ Status: In progress.

-Collaboration in the writing of children’s stories on the topic of guanaco conservation
The guanaco and the indigenous worldview. In: El Guanaco. Life in the desert. First edition. Nov. 2018. ISBN N ° 978-956-09245-0-6.



 

Article (6)

Genome-wide genetic diversity yields insights into genomic responses of candidate climate-selected loci in an Andean wetland plant
Pesticide contamination drives adaptive genetic variation in the endemic mayfly Andesiops torrens within a semi-arid agricultural watershed of Chile
Landscape connectivity among remnant populations of guanaco (Lama guanicoe Muller, 1776) in an arid region of Chile impacted by global change
Comparison of DNA extraction methods for polymerase chain reaction amplification of guanaco (Lama guanicoe) fecal DNA samples
A three-year mark-recapture study in a remnant population of Crocodylus acutus Cuvier in Portete Bay (Guajira, Colombia)
A three-year mark-recapture study in a remnant population of Crocodylus acutus Cuvier in Portete Bay (Guajira, Colombia) [Estudio de captura-recaptura en una población remanente de Crocodylus acutus Cuvier en Bahía Portete (Guajira, Colombia)]

BookWhole (1)

El guanaco. La vida en el desierto
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MARA ESPINOSA

Postdotorante

Facultad Ciencias Liberales

Universidad Adolfo Ibánez

Santiago, Chile

5
Angéline Bertin

Associate Professor

Department of Biology

University of La Serena

La Serena, Chile

4
Nicolas Gouin

Investigador Académico

Departamento de Biología

Universidad de La Serena

La Serena, Chile

2
Francisco Squeo

Académico

Biología

UNIVERSIDAD DE LA SERENA

La Serena, Chile

1
Alan Kolok

Director

Office of Research and Economic Development

University of Idaho

Moscow, Estados Unidos