Diana Valeria Flores Tabango

Laboratory Manager

Diana Valeria Flores Tabango, Galapagos permanent resident and biologist by profession, studied her degree at the Central University of Ecuador. From the beginning of her university career, she was linked to science and conservation as part of the Charles Darwin Research Station.
She joined the CDF in May 2011 as a local volunteer in the area of marine biology and worked on the marine collection, the project "Monitoring the nesting of green turtles in Galapagos" and the project "Assessing the impact of boats and movement and distribution of green turtles within the Galapagos Marine Reserve", then as a staff member she served as a technical assistant to the Natural History Collections, working in the Herbarium (CDS).
Diana made her thesis within the Galápagos Verde 2050 project, carrying out germination trials and viability tests of seeds of an endemic and emblematic species for the archipelago.
She is currently in charge of the Charles Darwin Research Station Laboratories.


Ecological Restoration in Action: Plaza Sur, a Thorny Surprise

Between July and September 2017, the Galapagos Verde 2050 (#GV 2050) team, together with the entomology team of the Charles Darwin Foundation and park guards from the Galapagos National Park...

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