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    • Area changes of glaciers on active volcanoes in Latin America between 1986 and 2015 observed from multi-temporal satellite imagery 

      Reinthaler, Johannes; Paul, Frank; Granados, Hugo Delgado; Rivera, Andrés; Huggel, Christian (Cambridge University Press, 2019)
      Glaciers on active volcanoes are subject to changes in both climate fluctuations and volcanic activity. Whereas many studies analysed changes on individual volcanoes, this study presents for the first time a comparison of ...
    • First glacier inventory and recent changes in Glacier area in the Monte San Lorenzo Region (47 S), Southern Patagonian Andes, South America 

      Falaschi, Daniel; Bravo, Claudio; Masiokas, Mariano; Villalba, Ricardo; Rivera, Andrés (2013)
      We present the first glacier inventory of the Monte San Lorenzo region (47 35'S, 72 18'W) in the southern Patagonian Andes of Chile and Argentina. This region contains the largest and easternmost glaciers at these latitudes ...
    • Mass balance and climate history of a high-altitude glacier, Desert Andes of Chile 

      Kinnard, Christophe; Ginot, Patrick; Surazakov, Arzhan; MacDonell, Shelley; Nicholson, Lindsey; Patris, Nicolas; Rabatel, Antoine; Rivera, Andrés; Squeo, Francisco (Frontiers Media, 2020)
      Glaciers in the dry Chilean Andes provide important ecological services, yet their mass balance response to past and ongoing climate change has been little studied. This study examines the recent (2002-2015), historical ...
    • Priority statement and some properties of t-lgHill estimator 

      Stehlík, Milan; Kiselák, Jozef; Vaiciulis, Marijus; Jordanova, Pavlina; Núñez Soza, Ludy; Zdenek, Fabián; Hermann, Philipp; Strelec, Lubos; Rojas Rivera, Andrés; Girard, Stéphane; Torres, Sebastián (Springer, 2020)
      We acknowledge the priority on the introduction of the formula of t-lgHill estimator for the positive extreme value index. We provide a novel motivation for this estimator based on ecologically driven dynamical systems. ...
    • Regulatory volume decrease in cardiomyocytes is modulated by calcium influx and reactive oxygen species 

      Rojas Rivera, Andrés; Díaz Elizondo, Jessica; Parra Ortíz, María Valentina; Salas, Daniela; Contreras Ferrat, Ariel Eduardo; Toro, Barbra; Chiong Lay, Mario; Olea Azar, Claudio; Lavandero González, Sergio (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2009-11-03)
      We investigated the role of Ca2+ in generating reactive oxygen species (ROS) induced by hyposmotic stress (Hypo) and its relationship to regulatory volume decrease (RVD) in cardiomyocytes. Hypo-induced increases in cytoplasmic ...