Ulsea Urrea Marino

Ulsía Urrea Mariño, M.S.

Graduate Research Assistant & Crutchfield Fellow
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Analysis of adaptation and mitigation response to climate change in three cities in the Gulf of Mexico: a socio-ecological systems approach
Expected Graduation Year
M.S. Urban Studies, El Colegio de México (2015)
B.S. Sustainable Management of Coastal Zones, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (2012)

Ulsía is from Mexico City, Mexico. In 2017, Ulsía participated in the Harte Research Institute's Student Workshop on International Coastal and Marine Management (SWIMM) program where she was first connected with the institute. Since that time, Ulsía has been in close touch with HRI's projects, especially with the SWIMM events (2018 and 2020), the Trinational Initiative (2018), and the Gulf of Mexico Coral Reef Preliminary Report Card (2019).

What Ulsía likes most about her research work is to compare the analysis of urban planning and land use planning instruments with the actions that local governments have carried out. Interviews and non-participant observation are the essential tools she uses. In her spare time, Ulsía likes to play with her cats and relax on the nearest beach. Her plan is to continue her academic career and support in the decision-making processes and outreach activities of marine and coastal issues.