Tiz (Beatriz) Mogollon, MS Candidate
BA in Environmental Sciences and Policy, and a certificate in Geospatial Analysis - 2009 - Duke University
MS student - August 2011 - present - Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, College of Natural Resources, Virginia Tech
Ecosystem services, conservation, and geospatial analysis.
- Natural Areas Conference, October 10, 2012. Norfolk, VA. Oral Presentation: Mapping Recreational Capacity and Delivery in Natural Areas
- Ecological Society of America, Mid-Atlantic Chapter Conference, April 14, 2012. Blacksburg, VA. Oral Presentation: Mapping cultural ecosystem services: the case of freshwater recreational fishing in the Albemarle-Pamlico basin
- Profamilia, Bogotá, Colombia (02/2010). Oral presentation Linking Biodiversity and Human Wellbeing to the 60 nationwide clinic directors of Profamilia and Board of Directors.
- Mogollón, Beatriz. 2009. Distribution of Pseudomyrmex spinicola (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) along the thorns on the trunk of Acacia collinsii (Mimosaceae). Vertices: Duke Undergraduate Magazine of Science and Technology. Spring 2009. Volume 24, Issue 2; pg.12-17.
- Austin, Rebecca and Mogollón, Beatriz. 2009. Differences in the incidence of apogeotropic roots between alluvial and residual soils in an old-growth tropical rainforest. Vertices: Duke Undergraduate Magazine of Science and Technology. Spring 2009. Volume 24, Issue 2; pg.4-11.