Iñigo Orue Beltrán de Heredia
He is licensed in History from UPV-EHU, post-graduate training in Quaternary Research, Environmental Changes and Human Footprints, by the UPV-EHU; Professional Master in Geographic Information Systems, by the University of Girona; Postgraduate in Forest Management and Data Processing LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging or Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging), University of Granada; Is currently developing a Doctoral Thesis on Spatial Analysis, in which remote sensing data are applied for the study of the surface and its management.
He has participated in different archaeological projects, in which satellite images, orthophotographs and LiDAR data have been managed and analyzed for the study of the spaces of presumption of anthropic activity, through the observation of changes in the terrestrial surface, vegetation , Humidity, etc.
The articles published focus on the archaeological theme, the investigation and examination of the footprints and transformations that human activity has left on the earth’s surface throughout history.
Eugenio Fernández Sánchez
He is the coordinator of the Fauna Club that they have launched in the Spanish Geographic Society more than a year ago. One of the objectives of the Club is, among many others, to recover the figure of the naturalist in the current expeditions or, failing that, to encourage the study of the fauna of the places that an expedition visits, although its purpose is not exclusively naturalistic.
– Member of SECEM (Spanish Society for the Conservation and Study of Mammals), where he is a member of the Group of Earth Carnivores
– Member of the Spanish Geographic Society, where I am Coordinator of the Wildlife Club, where we carry out activities and projects of zoological dissemination
– Author of the book “Darwin was an amateur”, in the process of publication
– Collaborator in zoological censuses for SECEM
Eñaut Izagirre Estibaritz
Eñaut is a geographer and glaciologist with scientific experience in the Pyrenees and Patagonia, where he has been studying glaciers since 2013. He has been involved in more than 10 scientific and kayaking/mountaineering expeditions in Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, having a vast knowledge of the region. In 2015, he was granted with a Young Explorers Grant from National Geographic Society to conduct the Incognita Patagonia project.
– APSLEY CHERRY-GARRARD