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Gustavo Castellanos-Galindo

  • MSc
  • Consultant
  • WWF - Colombia
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  • 115CitationsNumber of citations received by Gustavo's publications. Updated daily.

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Research interests

Conservation BiologyFisheries BiologyIchthyologyMarine Ecology

Co-authors (29)

Publications (5)

  • Using landing statistics and fishers’ traditional ecological knowledge to assess conservation threats to Pacific goliath grouper in Colombia

    • Castellanos-Galindo G
    • Chong-Montenegro C
    • Baos E R
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  • Biodiversity

    • Lee S
    • Jones E
    • Diele K
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  • Modeling trophic flows in the wettest mangroves of the world: the case of Bahía Málaga in the Colombian Pacific coast

    • Castellanos-Galindo G
    • Cantera J
    • Valencia N
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  • Length–weight relationship of the Pacific goliath grouper, Epinephelus quinquefasciatus (Bocourt, 1868)

    • Baos R
    • Castellanos-Galindo G
    • Chong-Montenegro C
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  • Spatial variability of mangrove fish assemblage composition in the tropical eastern Pacific Ocean

    • Castellanos-Galindo G
    • Krumme U
    • Rubio E
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Professional experience

Consultant

WWF - Colombia

August 2009 - Present

Junior Research Fellow - (Joven Investigador)

UNIVALLE - Universidad del Valle

January 2006 - July 2006(6 months)

Junior Research Fellow

INCIVA

August 2003 - December 2005(2 years)

Education

PhD

Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenökologie - University of Bremen

July 2009 - Present

MSc - ISATEC Programme

Leibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenökologie - University of Bremen

October 2006 - September 2008(2 years)

BSc

UNIVALLE - Universidad del Valle

September 1997 - February 2004(6 years)