Agronomy and Forestry Engineering
Pontifical Catholic University
Forest Engineer at University of Chile, M.Sc. and PhD in Forest Science, Post-doctoral researcher in Geomatics at Laval University in Canada, with experience in the use of mathematical models, methods of spatial analysis, Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing. His work has focused on modeling the dynamics and productivity of natural and planted forests in Chile and Canada and study of environment interaction in Mediterranean and High Andes ecosystems in Chile.
Forest and environamental Sciences
Spatial patterns over a 24-year period show an increase in native vegetation cover and decreased fragmentation in Andean temperate landscapes, Chile
The Influence of Solar Power Plants on Microclimatic Conditions and the Biotic Community in Chilean Desert Environments