Profiles from the Peninsula is a series dedicated to spotlighting the partners who make up the Baja Working Group, and their projects. This week’s profile is on Laura Edith Ibarra Flores and how she uses her interdisciplinary background to implement conservation efforts on a local scale.
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Profiles from the Peninsula is a series dedicated to spotlighting the partners who make up the Baja Working Group, and their projects. Each week, we will bring you a new profile in the form of a blog like this one. More information about the working group can be found here.
Laura Edith Ibarra Flores is a landscape architect with a master’s degree in Ecosystem Management of Arid Zones, who specializes in environmental management through the use of geographic information systems. Presently, she is a Coastal Solutions Fellow at the Cornell Ornithology Lab, which focuses on coastal threats facing the Latin American Pacific. Her project, entitled “Climate Adaptation and Habitat Restoration in Guerrero Negro Wetland Complex” focuses on the conservation of shorebirds and their habitats in Guerrero Negro, Baja California Sur, Mexico.