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ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
James Cook University Townsville
Queensland 4811 Australia

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Cristina Ruano Chamorro

Cristina Ruano Chamorro


PhD candidate


James Cook University



Cristina is from Sevilla, Spain. She studied Biology at the University of Sevilla and an International Master of Science in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation (EMBC) at Bremen University and the University of Oviedo. During her MSc, she became very interested in social-ecological systems and fisheries management. For her master thesis, she went to Chile to study how fishers perceive the abundance of resources and evaluate whether these perceptions could be used as a source of information to assess data-poor small-scale fisheries. Then, after working as a research assistant in projects on ecological aspects of marine systems at the Marine Conservation Center of Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, she decided to focus her work on the human dimensions of environmental management. She joined the Marine Energy Research and Innovation Center (MERIC) to study the human dimensions of marine renewable energies. Her studies and work experience in Chile inspired her to start a PhD in the human dimensions of fisheries management and conservation. Under the supervision of Joshua Cinner and Georgina Gurney, she will be investigating fisher’s perceptions of equity and its implications in fisheries management and conservation.

Publications:

Cristina Ruano-Chamorro, Juan Carlos Castilla, Stefan Gelcich (2017). Human dimensions of marine hydrokinetic energies; Current knowledge and research gaps. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 82, 1979-198.

Cristina Ruano-Chamorro, Maria Dulce Subida, Miriam Fernández  (2017). Fishers’ perception: An alternative source of information to assess the data-poor benthic small-scale artisanal fisheries of central Chile. Ocean & coastal management  146, 67-76.

Miriam Fernández, Marta Blanco, Cristina Ruano-Chamorro, Maria Dulce Subida (2017). Reproductive output of two benthic resources (Fissurella latimarginata and Loxechinus albus) under different management regimes along the coast of central Chile.  Latin american journal of aquatic research 45 (2), 391-402.

Monserrat C. Rodríguez-Ruiz, Miguel Andreu-Cazenave, Catalina S. Ruz, Cristina Ruano-Chamorro, Fabian Ramírez, Catherine González, Sergio A. Carrasco, Alejandro Pérez-Matus, M Fernández (2014). Initial assessment of coastal benthic communities in the Marine Parks at Robinson Crusoe Island. Latin american journal of aquatic research 42 (4), 918-936.

 

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ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
James Cook University Townsville
Queensland 4811 Australia

Phone: 61 7 4781 4000
Email: info@coralcoe.org.au