Byron Delgado

GIS Researcher

Byron Delgado is an expert in Geographic and Environmental Engineering with a Master’s Degree in Territorial Planning and Environmental Management. He works as a researcher in the Knowledge Management Program of the Charles Darwin Research Station in Galapagos, Ecuador.

Spatial information is critical to all of the work that the scientists produce. With Byron’s support through his research and data treatment, scientific data has an increased impact, higher credibility, and broader outcomes.

"Any info you got, can be enhanced by mapping it."


Sea Turtles from above: Drones used for research & conservation

“Try to be like the turtle, at ease in your own shell.”- Bill Copeland Humans are one of the most evolved and rationals beings on Earth, but there are some things that we can learn. In this blog I’m...

Galapagos: promoting the sustainable use of the ocean

The contribution of the fishing sector to the economy and to human food has been widely documented. And during the COVID19 pandemic, it was no exception. This season, one of the most important...

Humans in the Galápagos Islands

The community in the Galapagos Islands is of great relevance in the research programs of the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF). It is also of relevance for the natural conservation of the archipelago....

Galapagos Lizard and Human Settlements Sharing Habitats

Through the shore of the bigger islands of our archipelago we have several friends that build the beautiful landscape that we use as sustenance of our lives. In the coastal zone, and some part of...

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