Teodoro Carlón Allende

Teodoro Carlón Allende



CONACYT Research Fellow – Geophysic Institute - UNAM – Michoacán Unit


Hazards and risks due to natural phenomena

Contact Information:

Phone: (52) 01 443 322 2777 - ext. ?
Mail: tcarlon(at)igeofisica.unam.mx


He obtained his bachelor degree in Biology and master's degree in Geosciences and Planning of the Territory, both in the Michoacan University of San Nicolás de Hidalgo (UMSNH) Mexico, he obteined his PhD in geography at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM). It belongs to the National System of Researchers.

The main lines of research include climate change, dendrochronology, analysis and spatial modeling. Currently, his interests focus on the dating of natural events through tree-rings growth

He has collaborator in various research works related with dendrochronology, hydrology, management of natural resources, fire, among others. He has research articles indexed. It also has book chapters and divulgation articles.

He has participated in national and international scientific meetings focused on issues of ecological, hydrological, geographical and dendrochronological.

He has taught courses in hydrology, management of watersheds, physical geography, and dendrochronology at National School of Higher Studies (ENES-Morelia, UNAM).