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  • M.Sc. in Marine Resource Management
  • PhD Student in Marine Sciences
  • Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas (CICIMAR - IPN)
  • 3PublicationsNumber of items in JIMENA's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 28Followers

Recent publications

  • Plasticity in the agonistic behaviour of male California sea lions, Zalophus californianus

    • Bohórquez-Herrera J
    • Hernández-Camacho C
    • Aurioles-Gamboa D
    • et al.
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  • Aspectos biológicos y pesqueros de elasmobranquios capturados en el Parque Nacional Natural Gorgona y su área de influencia entre 2004 y 2005.

    • Bohórquez-Herrera J

Professional experience

PhD Student in Marine Sciences

Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas (CICIMAR - IPN)

January 2010 - Present


Fundación Colombiana para la Investigación y Conservación de Tiburones y Rayas - SQUALUS

January 2005 - Present


Grupo de Investigación de Peces del Caribe -GIPECA (UTADEO)

January 2005 - Present


Fish Swimming course

University of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories

June 2009 - July 2009(a month)

M. Sc. in Marine Resources Management

Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas (CICIMAR - IPN)

January 2007 - June 2009(2 years)

Marine Biologist

Universidad de Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano

January 2000 - October 2006(7 years)


My career in marine biology began examining "what" and "which" events occurs in the biology of species, studying fishery and biological aspects of elasmobranchs. My current research focuses on understanding "how" the structures of biological systems work, and the impact of organism performance on the functioning of ecosystems, using tools such as functional morphology, ecomorphology, biomechanics and kinematics. I got my Master in Science in Marine Resource Management analyzing feeding ecomorphology of soft bottom fishes. My current doctoral thesis aims to answer not only how structures work, but the "why" there are morphological differentiation between the skulls of male California sea lions (Zalophus californianus), along both coasts of the Baja California Peninsula. This study seeks to expand the knowledge of the evolutionary history of this species, enabling the development of theories to help understand the processes of phenotypic diversity and its mechanisms of adaptation to different environmental situations.


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