New York Staff Member
Mr. Santiago Antonio Garcia Llore
- MS Colorado State University 2016
- BS Universidad Estatal de Guayaquil 2004
I am a biologist from Guayaquil, Ecuador. In 2016, I finished my MSc. in Conservation Leadership at Colorado State University (Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Department). I have 14 years of experience working with local and indigenous communities in South America. I will conduct an spatial risk mapping in Ecuador as a tool to plan and implement human-Andean bear conflict mitigation measure
My main areas of interest are focusing on sustainable forest management, deforestation & land conversion, human-wildlife conflicts and climate change.
|Spatial Risk Mapping: A Tool to Plan and Implement Human- Andean Bear Conflict Mitigation in Ecuador||May 2022|
|Garcia, S., A.K. Fuller, and R.C. Stedman. Spatial Risk Mapping to mitigate human–Andean Bear conflict in the Western Ecuadorian Andes. New York Chapter, The Wildlife Society's 2020 Annual Meeting. Syracuse, NY.||February 2020|