BS (Engineering in Forest Restoration), Chapingo Autonomous University, 2017
My research work is focused on soil health, agro-ecosystems, and topography. My current work is focused on creating a deeper understanding of topography, soil health, and type management in mountainous coffee production regions where smallholder farmers often co-produce other essential agricultural products that contribute to food security. I seek to understand the role of topography in soils, indigenous soils, and unexplored indigenous farming practices to increase productivity, income, and quality of life for indigenous communities while ensuring sustainability.
Areas of Interest
Soil science, carbon, topography, small-farmers, soil conservation, agro-ecosystems, indigenous communities
- González Flores M, Quero Pérez J, & Sierra García A. (2018) Densidad de Pinus halepensis Mill., y su influecia en el contenido edáfico de carbono (PDF). en J.Martínez, V.Martínez & A. Juarez, current topics in science and management.
- Sierra Garcia, Azucena (2017). Assessment of Carbon on Soil and Biomass of Pinus halepensis Miller. Thesis.
- Fulbright Scholar
- 2021 Soil and Water Conservation Scholarship