Carolina Carrión Klier

Geospatial specialist

Carolina Carrión Klier is a geospatial specialist at the Charles Darwin Foundation, where she started working in 2016. She received her M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences and Hydrology from the University of Freiburg in Germany and has since worked in environmental research, using remote sensing. Carolina is currently working on the mapping of invasive plants in the humid zone of the Galapagos Islands with the use of satellite images and drones.

Articles

Navigating the quarantines in Galapagos

Every year, between February and June, the "hot season" returns to Galapagos. It is during this time, as the haze clears away and the sun shines, that the vegetation mapping project team goes out to...

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