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Eva M. Salas-De la Fuente


2451 Cardinal Lane, Santa Cruz CA 95062

Cell phone: (831) 227-9916

Email: salas.e@gmail.com, esalasde@ucsc.edu, ESalas@calacademy.org

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INTERESTS:
Ichthyology, coral reef fish ecology and evolution. I am specialized in coral reef ecosystems, and have been working in research (ecology, population genetics), monitoring, marine conservation and education.
EDUCATION
2011 PhD transfer student, moved to University of California Santa Cruz, in collaboration with California Academy of Sciences. Supervisor Luiz Rocha. Co-supervisor: Giacomo Bernardi.
2010 PhD student. University of Texas at Austin. Supervisor: Luiz Rocha.
2008 Master of Science

University of Costa Rica, in collaboration with University of Windsor, Ontario



  • Thesis: Genetic connectivity of bicolor damselfish populations Stegastes partitus (Osteichtyes: Pomacentridae) along the coasts of Belize, Costa Rica and Panama, using microsatellite markers-defended in December, 2008. Graduation ceremony in 2009.



2003 Bachelor of Science- Biology

University of Costa Rica
WORK/RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Sept-Oct 11 Taking classes at University of California Santa Cruz
Aug. 10- 11 Teaching assistant in University of Texas at Austin Oceanography lab (Aug-Dec, Jan-May). Research Assistant fish phylogenetics (May-June), and Teaching assistant Biology of fishes (July-August)
Nov08-June 10 Fundación MarViva (http://www.marviva.net/#/en/home): “Coordinator, Marine Protected Areas, Costa Rica”.
Jan-Nov 2008 Associate scientist, Fundación KETO, in 4 projects:

  1. Evaluation of coastal habitats in Punta Burica

  2. Reef fish community structure at Caño Island http://www.fundacionketo.org/proyectos-estructura-comunidades-peces-reserva-biologica-isla-cano.php

  3. Currently collaborating in coral reef monitoring with volunteers in Cano Island (raised funds and give advice). http://www.fundacionketo.org/proyectos-conservacion-isla-cano.php

  4. Also participated in adaptation of Reef Check coral reef monitoring protocol for the Eastern Pacific http://es.scribd.com/doc/61663468/Adaptacion-protocolo-ReefCheck-para-el-Pacifico-Oriental-Tropical-Keto-Costa-Rica



April-May 2008 Scientific evaluator for fish conservation status, at the IUCN Red List Workshop: Global Species Assessment of Tropical Eastern Pacific fishes, part II. CIMAR, University of Costa Rica (UCR).
2006-2007 Molecular ecology research (master thesis) at Dan Heath’s lab, Great Lakes Institute of Environmental Research (GLIER), University of Windsor, Windsor ON, Canada.
Set 2005 Internship “Bermuda Reef Ecosystem Assessment and Mapping” (BREAM), Bermuda Zoological Station

  • Participate in AGRRA & REEF field surveys with Thad Murdoch, PhD.


1 Jun- 3 Aug. 2005 Thesis field work at Calabash Key Research Station, Turneffe atoll, Belize.

Experience of fish collection for genetics work. I sampled with a research team again in 2007 and 2008 in Belize and Mexico. For my thesis I also collected in Costa Rica and Panama.
2001 - 2005 Research Assistant, Jorge Cortés Lab. Centro de Investigación en Ciencias del Mar y Limnología (CIMAR), Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR). CARICOMP reef, mangrove and seagrass monitoring & Bahía Culebra coral reef monitoring project.
1999- 2000 Research Assistant in Alvaro Morales lab, CIMAR, UCR, Bahía Culebra zooplankton ecology project. Separate & count plankton and participated in plankton sampling.
SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
1. Salas, E., Molina, H., R. P. Walter & D.D. Heath. 2010. Local and Regional Connectivity in a Caribbean Reef Fish. Marine Biology. 157:437–445. DOI: 10.1007/s00227-009-1330-y

http://www.springerlink.com/content/b3606000hg339777/
2. Cortés, J., Fonseca, A., Nivia, J., Nielsen-Muñoz, V, Samper, J. Salas, E., Martínez, S., Zamora-Trejos, P. 2010. Monitoring Coral Reefs, Seagrasses and Mangroves in Costa Rica (CARICOMP). Revista de Biologia Tropical (International Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation). Suppl 3. 1-22

http://163.178.170.75/attachments/suppls/sup58-3_ALMC34/01_Cortes_Coral_Reefs_CR.pdf
3. Cortés, J. & Salas, E. 2009.  Seagrasses.  In: J. Cortés and I.S. Wehrtmann
(Eds.).  Marine Biodiversity of Costa Rica, Central America. Ed. Springer. http://www.springer.com/life+sci/ecology/book/978-1-4020-8277-1
4. Salas, E. & JJ Alvarado. 2008. Lista de peces costeros del Parque Nacional Marino Ballena, Costa Rica, con anotaciones sobre su ecología. Brenesia. 69: 43-58

http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=21129560
5. Paddack MJ, Reynolds JD, Aguilar C, Appeldoorn RS, Beets J, Burkett WE, Chittaro PM, Clarke K, Esteves R, Fonseca AC, Forrester GE, Friedlander AM, García-Sais J, González-Sansón G, Jordan LKB, McClellan D, Miller MW, Molloy P, Mumby PJ, Nagelkerken I, Nemeth M, Navas-Camacho R, Pitt J, Polunin NVC, Reyes-Nivia MC, Robertson DR, Rodríguez Ramírez A, Salas E, Smith SR, Spieler RE, Steele MA, Williams ID, Wormald C, Watkinson AR, and Côté IM. 2009. Recent region-wide declines in Caribbean reef fish abundance. Current Biology. 19: 590-595. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2009.02.041

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960982209007519

 
6. Fonseca, A.C., E. Salas & J. Cortés. 2006. Monitoreo del arrecife coralino Meager Shoal, Parque Nacional Cahuita, Costa Rica (sitio CARICOMP). Revista de Biologia Tropical (International Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation). 54: 755-763.

http://www.mendeley.com/research/pcb-contamination-surface-sediments-coastal-waters-costa-rica/
7. Espinoza, M. & Salas, E. 2005. Estructura de las comunidades de peces de arrecife en las Islas Catalinas y playa Ocotal, Pacífico Norte de Costa Rica. Revista de Biologia Tropical (International Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation). 53 (3-4). 523-536.

http://www.scielo.sa.cr/scielo.php?pid=S0034-77442005000200020&script=sci_arttext
8. Alvarado, J. J., Cortés, J., & Salas, E. 2004. Population Densities of Diadema antillarum Phillippi at Cahuita National Park (1977-2003), Costa Rica. Caribbean Journal of Science. 40: 257-259. http://www.mendeley.com/research/population-densities-of-diadema-antillarum-philippi-at-cahuita-national-park-19772003-costa-rica-5/


MANUSCRIPTS (In progress)
Salas, E., Montero, A., Sánchez, C. y Martínez, D. Estructura de las comunidades de peces de arrecife asociadas a la Isla del Caño, Costa Rica. In prep. (Keto Foundation research)
Alvarado, JJ., J. Cortés, M.F. Esquivel and E. Salas. Costa Rica`s Marine Protected Areas: status and perspectives. In prep.
Salas, E., Assessing larval retention in the bicolor damselfish using genotype assignment. In prep (Master thesis research)
Salas, E., & Molina, H. Range extension of an endangered grunt, Anisotremus moricandi (Osteicthyes: Haemulidae). In prep. (Independent work)
MANUSCRIPT REVIEWS FOR:

PLoS ONE (1)

Revista de Biologia Tropical (4)

Revista de Ciencias Marinas y Costeras (REVMAR), Universidad Nacional (2)
REPORTS (to government or private clients)
1.Sánchez Godínez, C., E. Salas-De la Fuente,A. Montero-Cordero, D. Martínez -Fernández& D. Palacios Alfaro. 2011. Adaptación del protocolo de monitoreo Reef Check para el Pacífico Oriental Tropical. Fundación Keto. San José, Costa Rica. 25 p. http://www.scribd.com/doc/61663468/Adaptacion-protocolo-ReefCheck-para-el-Pacifico-Oriental-Tropical-Keto-Costa-Rica
2. García, C., I. Pinto and E. Salas. 2010. Diagnóstico de Áreas Marinas Protegidas y Zonas Especiales de Manejo Pesquero en el Pacífico de Costa Rica, Panamá y Colombia. Internal Report for MarViva Foundation (to be published).
3. Rodríguez-Ramírez, A., Bastidas, C., Cortés, C., Guzmán, H., Leao, Z., Garzón-Ferreira, J., Kikuchi, R, Padovani-Ferreira, B., Alvarado, J.J., Jiménez, C., Fonseca, A., Salas, E., Nivia, J., Fernández, C., Rodríguez, S., Debrot, D., Cróquer, A., Gil, D., Isabel, D., Navas-Camacho, R., Reyes-Nivia, C., Acosta, A., Alvarado, E., Pizarro, V., SanJuan, A., Herrón, P., Zapata, F., Zea, Z., López-Victoria, M., Sánchez, A. 2008. Status of Coral Reefs and Associated Ecosystems in Southern Tropical America: Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá and Venezuela. In: Wilkinson, C (Ed.). 2008. Status of the Coral Reefs of the World, Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Townsville, Australia, 296 p.

http://www.reefbase.org/resource_center/publication/statusreport.aspx?refid=27173

4. Salas, E. 2008. Impactos potenciales del proyecto de maricultura oceanica de AQUAPARGOS, S.A., en las poblaciones silvestres de peces y tortugas en Palo Seco-Isla Damas, Pacifico Central. Environmental Impact study.



5. Salas, E., & Sanchez, C. 2008. Associated fish and rocky-coral reefs. In: Assessment of Punta Burica coastal habitats, Fundacion Keto. Report for The Nature Conservancy.
6. Cordero, A., Salas, E. Martinez, D & Sanchez, C. 2008. Estructura de las comunidades de peces en la Reserva Biologica Isla del Caño y San Josecito, y efecto potencial de las mismas en la ocurrencia de delfines. Fundacion Keto. Report for Friends of Osa Foundation.
7. Salas, E. & Gamboa, S. 2004. El comercio de peces ornamentales marinos: El caso de Cuajiniquil, Guanacaste. Mares Foundation. Report for AVINA Foundation.
CONFERENCES PRESENTED
1.Salas, E., D.D. Heath & H. Molina. 2007. Coral Reef Fish retention vs. dispersal: Measuring connectivity using molecular genetics. CCFFR (Canadian Conference for Fish and Fisheries Research), Montréal, Quebec, Canada. Oral presentation- abstract.
2.Salas, E., Molina, H. & D. D. Heath. 2007. Connectivity and gene flow in Stegastes partitus (Perciformes: Pomacentridae) populations along Costa Rica and Panama. AMLC (33rd Conference of the Association of the Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean), St. Thomas, USVI. Oral presentation -abstract.
3.Salas, E., Molina, H. & D.D. Heath. 2008. Local and regional self-recruitment in the bicolor damselfish, Stegastes partitus on Turneffe atoll in the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA. Oral presentation -abstract.

WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
July 12th-13th 2008. Connectivity and protected area management on the Mesoamerican Reef – Lessons to date. Coral Reef Targeted Research Program (CRTR). Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA. I presented one lecture.
16th-20th April 2008. “Coral Reef CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) workshop”. ICRAN, ICRI, NOAA initiative. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
10th-14th December 2007. “Future Leaders Forum”. GEF/World Bank Coral Reef Targeted Research Program. The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
17th-21st September 2006. “Connectivity of Mesoamerican Reefs”. GEF/World Bank Coral Reef Targeted Research, Connectivity Program. Rosentiel School for Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Miami, USA.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Summer 11 Teaching Assistant, Biology of Fishes, University of Texas Marine Science Institute
Fall 2010, Spr 11 Teaching Assistant, Oceanography lab, University of Texas at Austin

Mar-Jun 2001 Teaching Assistant

  • Botany I, Biology School, UCR.


Jul 2002 Social Work in Ostional community: Natural history classes for kids
Oct-Nov.. 2004 Invited assistant, Ecology Abroad Program (EAP)

Apr. 2005,Oct. 2005

  • “Tropical Biology”, EAP program (Universities of California), with Frank Joyce (director). Field assistant for student projects, and coral reef lectures

Octubre 2003 y 2004  Invited assistant, Manzanillo field trip, help with fish identification

  • Zoología II, UCR

  • Zoología, Universidad Latina. 


Febrero 2008  Field Reef Fish Identification, teaching at the classroom and in the field

  • Diving school “Mundo de Aventura Oceánica”


SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS AWARDED
2011 California Academy of Sciences, Lakeside Foundation Scholarship for PhD studies
2009 FOO Friends of Osa Foundation Evergreen, $1 000 USD Awarded for Coral reef monitoring at Caño Island with community volunteers (Education and outreach), for work with Keto Foundation
2009 RAMSAR Wetlands for the future fund (FHF), $13 030 USD Awarded for Coral reef monitoring at Caño Island with community volunteers (Education and outreach), for work with Keto Foundation
2008 PADI Project AWARE grant

US $2000 for Coral reef monitoring at Caño Island with community volunteers (Education and outreach), for work with Keto Foundation
2007 Friends of Osa Foundation Evergreen Fellowship

  • US$5000 for field work for the project "Assessment of reef fish community structure in Caño Island and Bahía Paraiso" to Andrea Montero Cordero, myself and Damián Martínez, Fundacion Keto.


2005-2007 United Nations University student fellowship

  • US $ 30 000 to cover food, lodging & research for my Master thesis studies.


2007 AMLC (Association of Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean)

& the University of Puerto Rico

  • $400 to attend the AMLC conference


2004 CONICIT (Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología) –Costa Rica

  • US $ 900 to cover partial cost of the course and travel for Belize coral reef fish course


2004 University of Costa Rica Master degree funding

  • US $ 550 to cover partial cost of the course, food and lodging for Belize coral reef fish field course


2003 OTS (Organization of Tropical Studies) and STRI (Smitshonian Tropical Research Institute) fellowship, to cover total cost of the course: STRI/OTS Tropical Marine Ecology, held in Bocas del Toro, Panamá

DIVING CERTIFICATIONS & FIRST AID
2010 PADI Divemaster

2010 PADI Rescue Diver

2010 PADI Nitrox certification

2010 PADI Underwater photography instructor

2003, 2006, 2010 PADI First Aid/CPR/Oxygen provider

2003, 2006 DAN Oxygen Provider

2002 PADI Advanced Open Water Diver

2000 PADI Open Water Diver
Currently I have logged >300 dives, mostly in tropical waters (Costa Rica, Panama, Belize, Honduras, Mexico, Bermuda, Australia, Virgin Islands). Last dive was in July 2010.
OTHERS
Reef Check Tropical Pacific instructor


    REFERENCES (research related)

    1. Luiz Rocha, PhD. PhD thesis supervisor. California Academy of Sciences. LRocha@calacademy.org

    2. Helena Molina-Ureña, PhD. My MSc. thesis supervisor. Professor, University of Costa Rica. E-mail: hmolina@rsmas.miami.edu

    3. Daniel Heath, PhD. MSc. thesis reader, he supervised me while I was in Canada. Professor GLIER, University of Windsor. ON Email: dheath@uwindsor.ca

    4. Peter F. Sale, PhD. Connectivity working group Chair, Coral Reef Targeted Research and Capacity Building Program (CRTR), United Nations University and Universty of Windsor, ON. He awarded me the scholarship for my masters. Email: sale@uwindsor.ca

5. Jorge Cortés-Núñez, PhD. Professor. University of Costa Rica. I was one of his undergraduate assistants. E-mail: jcortes@cariari.ucr.ac.cr




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