Tatiana Lobato de Magalhães

  • Chapter chair at the Society of Wetland Scientists (2019-2025)
  • Research Professor, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro
  • Adjunct Professor, North Dakota State University



Dr Tatiana Lobato de Magalhães is a Research Professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro (UAQ), QRO, Mexico, and has specialised in wetland research and education, with a strong focus on ecology, landscape genetics, and diversity and distribution of aquatic plants. Her work harbours research projects across the Americas, including the Amazon and Southern Brazil Highlands. Tatiana is the International Chapter Chair at the Society of Wetland Scientists, Lead of the Wetland Environments Specialist Group of the CEM-IUCN, and associate editor of Wetland Ecology, Management, and Conservation Spring series and AE of WETLANDS and Aquatic Botany journals. She published about 20 peer-reviewed scientific articles and the books ‘World Atlas of Freshwater Macrophytes’, ‘Wetlands for Remediation in the Tropics’ and ‘Insights into Sustainable Management of Water and Wetlands in the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Mexico.’ Tatiana is recognised by the National System of Researchers in Mexico and certificated as a Professional Wetland Scientist by PCPSWS. She was awarded the Academic Merit medal by the UAQ, the José Mariano Mociño medal by the Mexican Society of Botany, Distinguished Foreign Scholar by the International Association for Landscape Ecology, and Research Fellow Wetland Ambassadors by the Society of Wetland Scientists.



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