Alumni and past associates

Nuestros estudiantes graduados, post-docs y técnicos que ahora trabajan en nuevos proyectos ...

Limarie J. Reyes Torres 
(M.Sc. 2017)
 

Thesis title:

Life history, phenology, and drought response of Phylloicus pulchrus (Trichoptera: Calamoceratidae) in a tropical rainforest stream


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Current affiliation:
Doctoral student, University of Southern Mississippi





Leticia Classen
(lab tech 2016 - 2017)
  


Research project:
Aquatic insect ecology in urban and forested watersheds   



B.Sc. Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras


Current affiliation:
Master student, St. Louis University, Missouri






Pablo E. Gutiérrez Fonseca
(Ph.D. 2016)
  

Thesis title:
Effects of environmental variables on aquatic macroinvertebrate assemblages in tropical lowland streams


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Current affiliation:
Post doctoral associate, Luquillo LTER program






Karleen Wagner
(M.Sc. 2015)
 
Thesis title:
Assessing the influences of urbanization on macroinvertebrate and fish assemblages in a tropical island urban watershed: A multi-scale approach


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Current affiliation:
Dept. Recursos Naturales de Puerto Rico





Natalia Rodriguez
(M.Sc. 2014)
 


Thesis title:
Adaptación del Protocolo de Evaluación Visual de Quebradas: El caso de la Región Noreste de Puerto Rico 


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Current affiliation:
Doctoral student, University of Puerto Rico




Annette Negroni Miranda
(M.Sc. 2014)
 

Thesis title:
Nitrogen dynamics in small tropical streams: a response to stream geomorphology and channel complexity in an urban watershed


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Current affiliation:
Laboratory Technician, Junta de Calidad Ambiental de Puerto Rico
 




Keysa Rosas
(lab tech 2009-2013)
 

Research project:

Aquatic insect ecology in urban and forested watersheds   



M.Sc. Georgia Southern University


Current affiliation:
Doctoral student, The University of Georgia 





Sofía Burgos Caraballo 
(Ph.D. 2012)
 

Thesis title:
Function and diversity of benthic biofilm communities in tropical stream ecosystems: The relevance of land use and reach factors


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Current affiliation:
División de Monitoreo del Plan de Aguas, Dept. Recursos Naturales de Puerto Rico






Augustin Engman
(M.Sc. 2011)
 

Thesis title:
Fish assemblage structure in urban streams of Puerto Rico: the importance of reach- and catchment-scale abiotic factors


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Current affiliation:
Doctoral student, North Carolina State University.





Checo Colon-Gaud 
(Post-doc 2009-2010)
 

Research project:
Functional structure and food web dynamics of tropical headwater streams: Are food webs in tropical headwaters truly detritus-based?



Current affiliation:
Associate Professor, Georgia Southern University 




Rebeca de Jesús-Crespo
(M. Sc. 2008)
 

Thesis title:
The effect of riparian vegetation and watershed land use on stream ecosystem integrity in a tropical urban watershed


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Ph.D. The University of Georgia


Current affiliation:
Ecologist, Gulf Ecology Division - National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory US EPA 




Brynne Bryan
(Ph.D. 2008)
 

Thesis title:
Diatom community responses to environmental variables in tropical island streams


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Current affiliation:
Instructor, California State University Dominguez Hills