Miriam San José


Miriam started working at the Charles Darwin Foundation in 2021 in several projects regarding control of invasive terrestrial species and Scalesia forest restoration. She received her PhD in Biological Sciences from the National University of Mexico (UNAM) and has since worked in landscape ecology and restoration of tropical forests in Mexico, Costa Rica and Ecuador (Galapagos). Her research is focused on seed dispersal, spatial and temporal dynamics of rodent and plant communities, and forest landscape restoration.

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