Google today respects Spanish researcher María de Los Angeles Alvariño González for her numerous long periods of staggering commitment to science.
María de Los Angeles Alvariño González, known as Angeles Alvariño, was an exploration fisheries scientist and oceanographer perceived worldwide as a standard in microscopic fish science.
She was the principal lady to at any point be delegated a researcher on British or Spanish investigation ships.
Google decided to respect María de Los Ángeles Alvariño González today, October 3, as she was brought into the world as she is today in 1916 in Serrantes, a little waterfront town in Galicia.
Her energy for Natural History started when she started to “find” her dad’s library, putting together her examination with respect to Oceanography.
Albeit the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) just acknowledged men at that point, González’s college work dazzled and he was delegated, in 1952, a researcher. During this period she decided to zero in on spearheading research on zooplankton.
At the Spanish Oceanographic Center he started his spearheading research on zooplankton, the small organic entities that fill in as the establishment of the sea evolved way of life and distinguished a few animal types as the best markers of sea wellbeing.
In 1953, the British Council granted María de Los Ángeles Alvariño González a grant which made her the primary lady to function as a researcher on a British exploration vessel.
María de los gengeles Alvariño González passed on May 29, 2005, in California, at 88 years old.