“LIVE AS IF YOU WERE TO DIE TOMORROW. LEARN AS IF YOU WERE TO LIVE FOREVER."
I am Josué Martínez Moreno a proactive Mexican Earth Scientist interested in oceanic climate and environmental issues, particularly where there is a high impact in population.
Currently, my PhD research focuses on the effects of climate change over oceanic processes (eddies and jets) through perturbations of kinetic energy. This research is relevant due to a possible intensification of coastal heatwaves, changes in the distribution of oceanic primary productivity and potential feedbacks to the earth climate.
A few years ago few fortuitous events allowed me to teach science as a volunteer in Mexican rural communities and I loved it! This inspired me to teach as a professor assistant, a demonstrator and also pursuit an academic formation in order to transfer my knowledge through teaching.
I spend my free time on random projects, sometimes some of this projects are about coding in order to solve problems in my quotidian life, other times are more artistic like acrylic painting, handmade earrings and photography. I constantly provide myself with new ways to learn different skills which fulfil my passion for learning. Additionally, I enjoy expending time in nature, diving, climbing and other outside activities.
Abernathey, R., & Haller, G. (2018). Transport by Lagrangian Vortices in the Eastern Pacific. Journal of Physical Oceanography. doi:10.1175/JPO-D-17-0102.1
My photograph pasion focus on flowers, landscapes and culture.
I'd be happy to hear from you!