Dr(c). Francisco Javier Aguirre González | Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program

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Dr(c). Francisco Javier Aguirre González

Researcher, Subantarctic Biocultural Conservation Program, Universidad de Magallanes & Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity (IEB), Omora Ethnobotanical Park, Puerto Williams, Chile Coordinator of LTSER-Cape Horn network
Expertise: 
GIS - Remote Sensing - Glaciology - Climate - Long-Term Ecological Research

Education: PhD(c), Antarctic and Subantarctic sciences, Universidad de Magallanes, Chile Civil Engineer in Geography, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile

Research: My broad interest is the effects of the climate changes on Sub-Antarctic biota and ecosystems, with a focus on atmospheric-hydrological-ecological interactions.

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