Who I am
Eduardo Espinoza is a marine biologist who has worked in the Galapagos Islands since 1991, initially as a research officer in a fisheries monitoring program for the Darwin Foundation in 1998, after which he completed a master’s program in marine resource management at the University of Tokyo. He is currently the Head of the Marine Ecosystem Monitoring Program at the Galapagos National Park. Earlier this year, he and his team made international headlines with the discovery of a hammerhead shark nursery in the Galapagos Islands, which was also featured on BBC. (soon in the blog section).