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Personal RINCÓN RINCÓN, Beatriz

RINCÓN RINCÓN, Beatriz

Titulada Media de Actividades Técnicas y Profesionales

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Moll de Ponent, s/n.
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Illes Balears. España
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Beatriz Rincón graduated in Biology by the Complutense University of Madrid in 2006. In 2008, she worked on Mediterranean benthic macrofauna (Menorca Channel) at the marine benthos laboratory of the University of Alcalá. Later on, she obtained a master’s degree in Biodiversity and Ecosystems by the Universidad de Vigo; her master thesis focused on embryo development of Octopus vulgaris.

In 2012, she got an internship by the Spanish Ministry of Education (ARGO Global) to work at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography (Canada) where she studied the benthic communities of three banks located in Nova Scotian shelf (NW Atlantic) and the environmental factors driving their dynamics. After that, she continued working at the institute analysing Canadian Arctic benthos within the project “Identification and Characterization of Benthic VMEs and EBSAs in Baffin Bay and Davis Strait, Sub Arctic/Eastern Arctic”. For this purpose, she participated in two oceanographic surveys to those areas.

Before joining the Instituto Español de Oceanografía, she worked as a benthic biologist for a British environmental consulting company: Thomson Ecology Ltd. She worked on the taxonomic identifications of benthic samples from waters surrounding the UK (NE Atlantic) and the North Sea.

She is currently working within the Ecosystems, Demersal Resources and Benthos group at the Instituto Español de Oceanografía-Centre Oceanogràfic de Balears (IEO-COB), within the LIFE IP INTEMARES Project "Integrated, innovative and participatory management of the Natura 2000 network in the Spanish marine environment".

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Update in January 2021