Marcos Robles

Conservation/Lead Scientist (joined TNC 2006)

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  • M.S., 1995, Ecology, Colorado State University
  • B.A., 1993, Environmental Science, University of California at Berkeley

As lead scientist for the Arizona chapter, Marcos develops and implements a compelling scientific agenda, represents science work externally to public, private and academic sectors, and communicates. priorities and strategies to media. As conservation scientist for the forest and climate program, Marcos works to advance forest and climate mitigation strategies at landscape, multi-state and regional scales, and develops partnerships with external scientific agencies and academic institutions.

Trained as an ecosystem ecologist, Marcos has been working in conservation science for 20 years. Prior to joining the Conservancy, he worked as a project manager and conservation scientist for NatureServe. Marcos obtained his Masters degree in Ecology from Colorado State University where he did his thesis work on grassland and soil conservation in Wyoming.

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