Miguel Andreu

Ph.D. and M.Sc. students

Juliette Alemany.  M.Sc. student in Halieutics specialization in fisheries and aquatic sciences. Agrocampus Ouest (Rennes, France). Thesis title: “Effect of Lessonia extraction on the behavior and use of shelter by the limpets Fissurella”. Supervisor: Evie Wieters.

Miguel Andreu Cazenave. M.Sc. student in EMBC – Marine Biodiversity and Conservation. Thesis title: “Estimating fishing pressure for benthic resources along a gradient of fishing regulations in central Chile: are regulations effective?”. Supervisor: Miriam Fernandez, Maria Dulce Subida.

Fernanda Araújo. Ph.D. student in Biological Sciences specialization in Ecology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Thesis title: “Kin aggregations in the kelp Lessonia spicata and its consequences on the small scale genetic structure”. Supervisors: Sylvain Faugeron.

Mario Barahona. Ph.D. student in Biological Sciences specialization in Ecology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Thesis title: “Effect of meso-scale oceanographic processes on cirriped population connectivity in central Chile”. Supervisors: Sylvain Faugeron, Sergio Navarrete.

Marta Blanco. Postgraduate research fellowship. Research area: “Effect of upwelling and management regimes on several indicators of resilience in benthic species fished in the rocky-shores of central Chile”. Supervisor: Miriam Fernandez, Maria Dulce Subida.

Bryan Bularz. Ph.D. student in Biological Sciences specialization in Ecology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Research area: “The impact of Management Areas on the abundance of commercially exploited marine invertebrates in central Chile”. Supervisor: Miriam Fernandez.

Andres Gonzalez. PhD. student in Biology and Applied Ecology, Universidad Católica del Norte. Thesis title: “Spatial patterns of biodiversity and community similarity in intertidal systems of north-central Chile”. Supervisor: Bernardo Broitman.

Catherine Gonzalez. Ph.D. student in Biological Sciences specialization in Ecology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Thesis title: “Spatial variability in effective connectivity of marine benthic invertebrates in the coast of Chile”. Supervisors: Sylvain Faugeron, Miriam Fernandez.

Andres Meynard. Ph.D. student in Biological Sciences specialization in Ecology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Thesis title: “Specialization versus opportunism in the interaction Lessonia spicata / Scuria scurra”. Supervisor: Sylvain Faugeron.

Cristina Ruano. M.Sc. student in EMBC – Marine Biodiversity and Conservation. Thesis title: “Fisher’s perceptions as a method for stock assessment of benthic resources in small-scale fisheries of central Chile”. Supervisor: Miriam Fernandez, Maria Dulce Subida.

Alejandro Valladares. Ph.D. student in Biological Sciences specialization in Ecology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Thesis title: “Effect of selective extraction on the morphologic and genetic variability of commercially important invertebrate populations”. Supervisor: Miriam Fernandez and Germán Manríquez (Universidad de Chile).

Constancia Weinberger. Ph.D. student in Biological Sciences specialization in Ecology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Thesis title: “Metapopulations of the South America sea lion, Otaria flavescens, in Chile: spatial distribution, demographic history and genetic structuring, with emphasis in the conservation and management of the species”. Supervisors: Sylvain Faugeron, Pablo Marquet.