Receive the warmest welcome to the website: Master's in Natural Resources and Ecology (MRN&E) of the Autonomous University of Guerrero.
The MRN&E is a postgraduate oriented research program and aims to train high level human resources in the study of ecology, conservation and restoration of ecosystems, and / or distribution and sustainable use of biotic and abiotic natural resources, with emphasis on the state of Guerrero and the southern region of Mexico, using a multidisciplinary approach and cutting-edge methodologies. The MRN&E offers three electives: 1. Ecology and Conservation; 2. Resources and aquatic Systems; and 3. aquatic Resources.
The Basic Academic Core (NAB) is made up of 16 teachers and researchers with proven experience in the study of natural resources and/or related and complementary areas of knowledge. It has classrooms, cubicles and adacuate research laboratory infrastructure to ensure the smooth operation of the program and the academic quality of their research and students.
On this website, you will find more extensive information about the program, our facilities, members of the NAB and its scientific contributions. Also, you will find information about student admission processes. For more information, questions or comments contact:
Those aspiring a masters in Natural Resources and Ecology must be engineer or licensed with:
PhD in Animal Science from the University of Colima
National Research System, level 1
Academicians Consolidated CA-UAGRO-143 "Marine and Coastal Natural Resources"
LGAC: Resources and aquatic Systems
"I conducted research on the development, conservation, management and management of natural, agricultural and fishery resources. My academic body participates in the Network of Environmental Quality and Sustainable Development. Currently, development research on the ecology of fishes rocky bottoms and ictioplankton Acapulco Bay and adjacent areas "
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|1||The University of Arizona, USA|
|2||Museum of San Diego, USA|
|3||Institute of Geography, University of Havana, Cuba|
|4||Institute of Oceanography, University of Havana, Cuba|
|5||University of Cadis, Spain|
|6||Multidisciplinary Institute of Plant Biology, National University of Cordoba, Argentina|
|7||Ecosystems Research Institute and Sustainability, National Autonomous University of Mexico|
|8||Center for Research in Environmental Geography, National Autonomous University of Mexico|
|9||National Graduate School, Morelia Unit, National Autonomous University of Mexico|
|10||Institute of Marine Sciences and Limnology, National Autonomous University of Mexico|
|eleven||Institute of Geophysics, National Autonomous University of Mexico|
|12||Institute of Geology, National Autonomous University of Mexico|
|13||Northwest Regional Station, National Autonomous University of Mexico|
|14||Institute of Ecology, AC|
|fifteen||Aquaculture Laboratory, University of Nuevo Leon|
|16||Piscícola Health Center, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon|
|17||CUCBA, University of Guadalajara|
|18||Faculty of Biology, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo|
|19||Metallurgy Institute, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo|
|twenty||Institute of Basic Science and Engineering, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo|
|twenty-one||Center for Research and Graduate Studies, Faculty of Engineering, University of San Luis Potosi|
|22||Autonomous University of Morelos|
|2. 3||Department of Geology, University of Sonora|
|24||Scientific Mollusk Collection, Faculty of Marine Sciences, University of Sinaloa|
|25||Universidad del Mar|