Dr Maria Eugenia Correa Cano
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Maria E. Correa-Cano is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute. After completing BSc and MSc studies in biosciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, and subsequent delivery of environmental conservation programmes in Mexico, Maria has investigated the effects of anthropogenic activities on biodiversity, with a focus on light and plastic pollution, for her PhD and post-doctoral research. She also worked as consultant for the IUCN's Global Species Program under the project Safeguarding Mesoamerica crop wild species.
She is currently working on a multidisciplinary UKRI project considering the Water-Energy-Food-Environment (WEFE) Nexus within agriculture systems in South America.
- Water-Energy-Food-Environment nexus (WEFE nexus)
- Lyfe Cycle Analysis and Material Flow Analysis
- Plastic Pollution
- Light Pollution
- Ecological processes and anthropogenic disturbance
- Biodiversity conservation, use and management
- NEXus Thinking for sustainable AGricultural development in Andean countries (NEXT-AG). Newton RCUK-CONICYT Broadening Impact Call (NERC).
- Exeter Multidisciplinary Plastics Research hub: EXEMPLAR. EPSRC.