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Julieta Saucedo

Julieta Saucedo

University of Texas - El Paso

  • Environmental Science

Julieta hopes to use GIS, phyto-remediation and ecology restoration, to contribute to soil’s and water’s remediation efforts to enhance conservation. Her main interest as an environmental scientist is the importance of studying and using soil conservation practices to prevent shifts in the hydrologic cycle that degrade the environmental infrastructure of communities, especially in situations where environmental injustices are occurring.

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