Juliano Palacios-Abrantes

PhD, Zoology

Thesis Topic

Management of transboundary fish stocks in North America under climate change: Impacts and adaptation


William Cheung


MSc, Bren School, UCSB


I am a Brazilian-Mexican committed to supporting policymaking and resources management decisions with a strong interdisciplinary science. As part of The Changing Ocean Research Unit (CHORU) I’m particularly interested on how climate change will impact fish biodiversity in Latin America and how to mitigate the socio-economic implications. My projects and emerging professional directions look to understand how impacts of environmental change affect social structures, such as food security and local economies, how they can be measured, and how to create social adaptive capacity to such changes.


Latin American Fisheries Fellowship


Palacios-Abrantes, J., Melo-Ruiz, V., Diaz-Garcia, R., Gazga-Urioste C., & Urbano, B. (2016). Iron Profile of Octopus hubbsorum (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae) for Enrichment of the Mexican Diet, 10, 1–4. http://doi.org/10.17265/1934-7375/2016.05.008 Full Paper

Ruiz, V. M., Aguirre, H. D., Martínez, B., Palacios-Abrantes, J. & Vargas, N. (2013). Plaga de ortópteros, recurso de nuetrientes para la población. Entomologia Mexicana (2) 1077–1079. Full Paper

Melo, V., Jiménez, H., Palacios-Abrantes, J. & Barreda, T. Q. (2013). Fruto de Capulín Prunus Serotina y larvas de Synopsia Mexicanaria W, representan una buena fuente de nutrientes en la dieta cotidiana. Entomologia Mexicana, 12 (2), 1084–1086. Full Paper

Contact Information

Email: j.palacios@oceans.ubc.ca

Social Media

Twitter: @julianop_a