Italia Pamela Flores Lugo

  • Role in Center:

    Junior Researchers

  • Discipline:

    Architecture, Environmental Sciences

  • University:

    Ensenada Research Centre for Scientific Research and Higher Education

  • Country:


Biography: Italia Pamela was born in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. She is an Architect, and also has a Bachelor’s in Environmental Sciences. She completed her Master’s in Earth Sciences, at the Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education of Ensenada. Her Master’s Thesis was about the relationship between land use and water quality in an agricultural valley of Ensenada. Her work focused on land use in the urban, periurban, and rural areas and Geographic Information Systems. Italia Pamela has attended workshops and seminars on environmental issues, urban planning, coastal management, urban heritage, identities, and tourism.

Research Topic: Coastal Public Space Visuality and Inhabitants Behaviors.

Selected Publications:

  • Gonzalez-Acevedo, Z./Garcia-Zarate, M./Flores-Lugo, P. (2019): Emerging contaminants and nutrients in a saline aquifer of a complex environment. Environmental Pollution, (244) 2019, pp. 885-897. 

  • Tentori, E. Hinojosa-Corona/Flores-Lugo, P. (2014): Deep-sea of the Gulf of California, Mexico: diversity and distribution of habitat building organisms. CICESE.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Human Geography
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Urban Public Space
  • Urban Natural Heritage
  • Land Use

Prizes & Awards:

  • CONACYT- Awarded with National Council of Science and Technology Scholarship.
  • CICESE- Awarded with the 3rd place winner at the subaquatic images, landscape, and nature photography contest.