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César Pulido Suaréz

GEBCO Scholar - Colombia
Office 160

Center for Coastal & Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center
Jere A. Chase Ocean Engineering Lab
24 Colovos Road
Durham, New Hampshire 03824

603.862.4425 (tel)
603.862.0839 (fax)

César Pulido Suaréz is from Colombia where he earned his undergraduate degree in civil engineering. In 2015, he joined the Colombian Navy as an officer and, for the past eight years of his naval career, has felt a new passion to get involved with ocean dynamics and the implications of all the earth process start to grow. His first approach was aboard ARC Malpelo, an oceanographic vessel of DIMAR—Dirección General Marítima de Colombia—where César, along with the crew, mapped most of the Caribbean maritime territory of Colombia. His latest position was at the Pacific Oceanographic and Hydrographic Research Center (CCCP), where he managed the research works for the generation of the surveys of the two main ports of Colombian pacific coast.

As a GEBCO scholar, he hopes to increase his knowledge in ocean mapping, applying new technologies and methods according IHO, and to be part of a increasing community that understands and manages the knowledge of the seas.

César's hobbies include running and hiking through new places. Hopefully he will be part of the rowing team at UNH.