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Expert NameMs. Margerita Catalina Fernández
DivisionAgencia de Medio Ambiente
InstitutionInstituto de Geografía Tropical, Agencia de Medio Ambiente. CITMA
CityLa Habana
Telephone53 832 4295
Work Experience-Advisory of several projects: Environmental, conservation of vegetation state and biodiversity assessments: human dimention environmental researches -Participant in projects: Alimentary security, natural resource studies, remote perception studies of Cuba and Iberoamerican Region, land use and land cover environmental changes in Cuba and in the Caribbean Region
QualificationsGeographical Ciences Phd
Number of Publications32
Other Activities-Member of Cuban UGI Comite -Opossitor of several PHD Tesis in Univ. Havana -Participant of technical missions in the Institutes of Geography: the Academy of Sciences of Russia, the Academy of Sciences of Czechoslovakia, the Autonomous Univ. Mexico, Autonomous Univ. of the State of Mexico and Toluca -Member of Expert Council, Management of Coastal Areas of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment, Group of Appraiser of Projects of the National Fund of Environment of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment -Professor in postgrade curses in different institutions, Cuba, Mexico -Participant in 27 international meeting -Member of the National Directory of the Cuba Society of Geography
Publications-“Theorical-methodological considerations about the assessment of the vegetation cover state in the environment.” UAEM, Mexico, 1994 -“Some considerations about the environmental situation of the Cienaga de Zapata swamp.” UAEM Report, Mexico, 1993 -“Biological Diversity” MAP-SIG Consulting S.A. Spain, 1995 -“Theoretical-methodological premises for the identification and the study of human dimention global change in the Caribbean region and in Cuba. Bulletin of the Institute of Tropical Geography, Cuba, 2000 -“Classification of vegetation resources using a base data automatized.” Report of
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