Inti Keith

Investigadora Principal Proyecto Especies Marinas Invasoras

Inti ha trabajado en la ECCD en diferentes proyectos marinos desde 2010, incluyendo marcaje de tiburones, monitoreo de tortugas marinas y monitoreo ecológico antes de completar su PhD en especies invasoras marinas en la Reserva Marina de Galápagos. Ahora lidera el Programa de Especies Invasoras Marinas y el Programa de Monitoreo Ecológico Submareal, además de ser la coordinadora del grupo de ciencias para la iniciativa del Corredor Marino del Pacífico Este Tropical (CMAR)

Sus intereses radican en comprender el estado actual de la Reserva Marina de Galápagos y evaluar los impactos que las especies no nativas pueden tener en la biodiversidad marina, los servicios ecosistemicos y la salud de la RMG. Como parte de su investigación, está interesada en la conectividad que existe entre las diferentes Áreas Marinas Protegidas en la región, por lo que ha expandido su investigación en toda la región del Pacífico Este Tropical.

Es miembro del Grupo de Especialistas en Especies Invasoras de la Comisión de Supervivencia de Especies de la UICN (SSC) y del grupo de Especialistas en Plantas de Galápagos, además de tener colaboraciones con el Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC), Southampton University y la Universidad de Málaga.

Articles

Expedition for the Subtidal Marine Ecological Monitoring of the Galapagos Marine Reserve sailed in March 2019

On the 5th of March of 2019, a team made up of members of the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF), Conservation International (CI), and the Galapagos National Park Directorate(DPNG, for its Spanish...

Subtidal Ecological Monitoring Program in the Galapagos Marine Reserve

The Ecological Monitoring Program was developed to provide the Galapagos National Park Directorate (GNPD) with a complete description of this community and to provide information on the dynamics and...

Science and tourism joining forces for the conservation of Galapagos

The Galapagos Biodiversity and Education for Sustainability Fund (GBESF) was created in 2017 by the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) and Ecoventura. CDF is a non-profit organization that provides...

3D Expedition to Darwin and Wolf

A team of expert scientists embarked on the M/V Queen Mabel this April to Darwin and Wolf to conduct surveys and asses the current state of the coral reefs of the northern part of the archipelago...

Investigation about Subtidal Monitoring of Non-native Species Begins in the Cocos Island National Park

Written in collaboration with Geiner Golfin, Management of Natural Resources for Cocos Island. An investigation was recently initiated in the Cocos Island National Park with the aims of minimizing...

Studying Coral Reefs in the Darwin and Wolf Expedition 2017

The Galapagos Archipelago has a new designation, a “Marine Sanctuary”, conformed by Darwin and Wolf; small islands located in the north. These islands have a lot to discover and protect. A group of...

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