Jaramar Villarreal Rosas
PhD Student

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Jaramar’s PhD project is exploring the influence of land use change in the distribution of ecosystem services across a range of beneficiaries and how to prioritize restoration interventions to ensure benefits of ecosystem services are distributed equitably in the Brigalow Belt Bioregion in Queensland, Australia. Jaramar’s previous research experience involves understanding the effects of environmental degradation in the livelihoods of indigenous people in North Mexico. In her research, she integrates spatial analysis, decision science, and theories that explain people’s values and perceptions of nature to explore pathways to achieve on-ground positive outcomes for biodiversity and local communities. In her free time, she likes attending concerts and theatre performances; she enjoys having a very active lifestyle and loves exploring nature.

Jaramar Villarreal Rosas