Throughout my professional training, I have been interested in the comprehensive study of the environment and society, whose results are able to show an important approach to the functioning of complex systems of reality.
In my academic and professional training I have had experience initially in management, planning and territorial planning. I have also worked in archaeological studies with a multidisciplinary approach: 1) For zooarchaeological purposes (Excavation of mastodon Sector El Anis, Mérida, Venezuela), 2) Determination of the origin of food (study of native potato varieties in the Edo Mérida), 3) Cartography, and 3D reconstructions of archaeological sites (excavation of the Llano del Anís archaeological site), ethnography, among other analyzes in my professional internships (Archaeological Museum "Gonzalo Rincón Gutiérrez") and 4) Search for unconventional alternatives to the solution of environmental problems for the management, management and planning of highly affected environmental resources such as water, as in my university thesis titled: Ancestral Water Agricultural Configuration: Acequia El Platanal. Feasibility of rescue and current geographic application, which will be published soon in the book Hydraulic Heritage in Ibero-America. On the other hand, I worked on the evaluation of cadastral characteristics in conjunction with statistical analysis of them in my work as a Cartographic Updater of the National Institute of Statistics INE Mérida-Estado. Merida Venezuela. I have also worked in spatial analysis through programs such as: R, SPSS, Arcgis and Erdas of MODIS satellite images, as well as doing field work, sampling and environmental analysis in the Gran Sabana area of Venezuela at work while doing the thesis of masters in the Venezuelan Institute of Scientific Investigations (IVIC) thesis Titled: Characterization of Anthrosols in the C1 deposit. The Cedral Edo. Barinas. Venezuela. Late Stage 600 to 1000 AD, of transdisciplinary orientation using geoarchaeological, geographic, ecological and anthropological tools, between two centers of the institute: Center of Ecology and Center of Anthropology, in this investigation perform physical-chemical laboratory analyzes of soil samples and fragments ceramics applied to the study of anthrosols, in an archaeological context, where the definition of types of land use in the past was achieved, contrasted ethnoarchaeologically with similar anthropic activity areas at present, thus determining a series of zones that shape the pattern of settlement in the place,
as a Project Member in IVIC: Impact of Climate Change and Human Occupation in the Savanna-Forest Mosaics of the Orinoco Basin: A Transdisciplinary Approach and currently continues working in the same institute.