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Maria Jose Andrade Nunez

  • PhD Candidate
  • University of Puerto Rico in Rio Piedras
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Research interests

Protected AreasResources ManagementMammalsApplied EcologyConservation biologySpatial AnalysisLand ScienceLand Change


As a biologist, I am interested on conservation biology and applied ecology. I am especially interested on the use of GIS and remote sensing tools to understand the effects that human activities such as land-use changes may have on species, communities and ecosystems and to suggest alternatives land-use planning and management procedures to reduce their impacts.

Co-authors (18)

Publications (5)

  • Fire weather and likelihood: characterizing climate space for fire occurrence and extent in Puerto Rico

    • van Beusekom A
    • Gould W
    • Monmany A
    • et al.
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  • Environmental Social Science: Human-Environment Interactions and Sustainability

    • Bonilla-Moheno, M., Aide, T.M., Álvarez-Berríos, N., Andrade-Núñez, M.J., Arache-Martínez, A. V., Roman G
  • Impacts of internal and external policies on land change in Uruguay, 2001-2009

    • Redo D
    • Aide T
    • Clark M
    • et al.
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  • Effects of habitat and landscape characteristics on medium and large mammal species richness and composition in northern Uruguay

    • Andrade-Núñez M
    • Mitchell Aide T
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  • Mamíferos grandes y medianos: relación con hábitat y paisaje.

    • 11. Andrade, Maria Jose, Castro J


PhD Environmental Science

University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras

August 2012 - Present

Master GIS (online)

Lunds Universitet

January 2009 - Present

Master in Biology

University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras

January 2006 - May 2009(3 years)

Bachelor (Licenciatura) in Biological Sciences

Universidad de la Republica Uruguay

March 1999 - December 2004(6 years)