Angelica Martinez Bauer
Dr Angélica Elizabeth Martínez Bauer completed her Ph.D. at Monash University, Australia. Her thesis focused on multiple species interactions involving ants, Acacia myrtifolia, herbivores, and pollinators, in an attempt to explain some of this intricate web of causes and effects. She is entranced by the intricate web of relationships between living things, and aims to prove that everything is connected. Following her Ph.D., Angelica collaborated in several research projects at University of Oxford. One project focused on the effect of early season herbivores on Oak fitness and on subsequent herbivore community structure while the second was related to the interaction between the environment and flower constancy in bumble bees. She is now the Development Director of a Mexican NGO, called Ojos de Agua, focusing on water sanitation in rivers in order to recover natural habitats for both plants and animals.