Dr. Pablo Tejedo is a lab technician in the Departamento de Ecología at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), Spain. He began his research activity participating in applied studies and technical reports related to the management of public use in protected areas. Currently he investigates human impact in Antarctica, where he has made several stays at Spanish scientific bases. Pablo’s research interests include Antarctic environmental monitoring, tourism management, and the control of alien species. He is part of the UAM's research group on Biology and Ecology in Polar Environments (ECOPOLAR), the Standing Committee on Humanities and Social Sciences of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), and the SCAR Tourism Action Group.