Jose Sepulveda is the marine and landscape ecologist at the Universidad San Alberto Hurtado. Having held the position since August 2014, he is an associate professor.
Jose earned a master’s in biological oceanography and statistics from Oregon State University in 1978. He has been in his profession for more than 45 years, and was a professor at Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso for most of that time. Jose has authored research on fishes of oceanic islands for chapters of books and related research in scientific journals. He possesses a reputable level of expertise in community structure analysis, environmental impact assessment, landscape ecology, fish taxonomy, and benthic ecology. He fluently speaks English, Spanish, and French.
Some of his current research includes an Environmental Impact Assessment on Benthic monitoring associated with potential cyanide spill off Valparaiso coasts, Oceanographic and benthic features of Quintero Bay, Benthos ecological watch of littoral zones of Arica, Mejillones, Iquique & Coquimbo, protocols and procedures for hydrobiological species rescue, and the basis for a new bycatch regulatory system in main national fisheries.
In his spare time he enjoys gardening and painting. He belongs to the Marine Society in Chile, and resides in Palmyra, PA.
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