2017-2018. Deep-sea in the Galapagos Marine Reserve. Project coordinator.

As a senior marine ecologist for the Charles Darwin Foundation, I coordinated the Seamounts/deep-sea project in the Galapagos Marine Reserve.

  • Coordinated the analysis of quantitative data and taxonomic samples collected in the deep-sea
  • Consolidated the bathymetry data
  • Evaluated seamount ecosystem services
  • Organized workshops/ training
  • Promoted scientific education and awareness

Related outputs

P. Marti-Puig, S. Buglass, C. Arnés-Urgellés, M. Creemers, N. A. Raineault, C. Fisher, L. Watling, T. O’Hara, H. Reiswig, G. Rouse, T. M. Shank, M. K. Wicksten, S. Rowley, S. Cairns, B. Ott, L. F Robinson, A. Samperizm, K. Baba, S.M. Griffiths, E. Rastoin, P. Salinas-de-León. Characterizing invertebrate megafauna in seamounts and other deep-sea habitats: New species and records for the Galápagos Marine Reserve. Deep-sea Research (in prep).

Theo Ison, Patricia Marti-Puig, Katherine Needham and J. Murray Roberts. Exploring public preferences for seamount conservation in the Galapagos Marine Reserve: Evidence from a contingent valuation survey. Ecological Economics (submitted)

Patricia Marti-Puig. Solving challenges characterizing ecosystem services in the Seamounts deep-sea ecosystems (knowledge cafe). IMPAC4 4-12 September 2017. La Serena-Coquimbo, Chile.

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