José Marín Jarrín

Senior Fisheries Ecologist

José arrived at CDRS in May 2016 as a Senior Fisheries Ecologist from Guayaquil, Ecuador, with a focus on studying the life history of several commercially important fish species, the impact of El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events on artisanal fisheries catch, and the role of mangroves for the early life stages of fishes in Galapagos.

Since October 2016 he has also been working as the interim Scientific Coordinator for the CDRS, as well as working to develop the first fish age and growth laboratory on the Galapagos Islands.

Articles

Tackling the Biggest Challenge for Conservation in Galapagos: Legal Small-Scale Fisheries

Past and Present of Fisheries in Galapagos Fisheries is one of the oldest economic activities on the Islands, which were annexed to Ecuador in 1832. One of the first attempts of colonizing...

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