He resides in San José, Costa Rica. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Geographical Sciences with an emphasis on Territorial Planning and is currently in the process of obtaining his Bachelor’s Degree in the same area. He has been an assistant at the Institute of Social Studies in Population of the National University of Costa Rica, where he has prepared cartography of different social extension projects. He has worked on issues related to ecological connectivity, conservation and biological corridors through the use of Geographic Information Systems. He has recently been involved in the promotion of Natural Monuments as a conservation figure under the focus of geomorphies. He also serves as an advisor to the Environmental Affairs Commission of the Municipal Council of Tibás.
ResearchGate: Dennis Pérez-Umaña