Miriam San José


Miriam San José serves as an Investigator in the Terrestrial Invasive Species and Restoration of Scalesia Forests program. Since 2021, when she joined the Charles Darwin Research Station, she has been dedicated to generating, analyzing, and communicating information regarding the impacts of invasive animal and plant species on Galapagos biodiversity, along with the effects of restoration actions over time. Her expertise lies in tropical plant and animal ecology, ecological restoration, and landscape ecology. With over 15 years of experience, Miriam has conducted research projects in tropical areas spanning Mexico, Costa Rica, and Ecuador (Galapagos). She earned her Biology degree from the National University of Mexico (UNAM) and completed both her master's and doctoral studies at the Institute for Research in Ecosystems and Sustainability (UNAM). Her post-doctoral research was conducted at the University of Hawaii's Lyon Arboretum, USA.

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