Carolina Olguín Jacobson
I am a marine scientist interested in the ecology of marine invertebrates, climate change, socio-ecological systems and scientific diving. I earned my PhD at Griffith University, Australia, where I investigated the effects of pesticides on different life-history stages of jellyfish. For my MSc, I examined the temperature effect on the reproduction of a commercial jellyfish in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. I am passionate about science communication and outreach programs. I am currently doing a postdoc at Hopkins Marine Station, assessing the interactions between social and ecological systems within fishery cooperatives in Baja California, Mexico.