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    • Effects of fire on forest communities and sclerophyllous scrubs in Central Chile as a basis for the formulation of restoration guidelines 

      Castillo Soto, Miguel; Garfias Salinas, Roberto; Plaza Valencia, Álvaro (Istanbul University-Cerrahpasa, Turquía, 2021)
      The effects of fire on forest and Mediterranean scrubs in four regions of Chile were studied. The main objective was to determine different levels of damage in watersheds with forest and native sclerophyllous scrubs belonging ...
    • Diversidad de coleópteros epigeos en bosques de Nothofagus glauca y plantaciones de Pinus radiata en Chile central 

      Muñoz Alegría, Francisco; Huerta Fuentes, Amanda; Curkovic Sekul, Tomislav (Sociedad Colombiana de Entomología, Colombia, 2021)
      Hualo forests (Nothofagus glauca) endemic from Chile have been impacted by anthropic processes such as substitution by exotic plantations of ensigned pine (Pinus radiata). The diversity of epigeous Coleoptera in Hualo ...
    • Recent advances in magnetic nanoparticles and nanocomposites for the remediation of water resources 

      Govan, Joseph (MDPI, 2020)
      Water resources are of extreme importance for both human society and the environment. However, human activity has increasingly resulted in the contamination of these resources with a wide range of materials that can ...
    • Leaf litter hides post-dispersed seeds from invasive alien removers in a sclerophyll forest in central Chile 

      Cáceres Polgrossi, Luis; Promis Baeza, Álvaro; Gutiérrez Ilabaca, Álvaro (Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria, España, 2020)
      Aim of study: Seed removal may be a determining filter for regeneration. Factors such as leaf litter, tree cover and seed density affect seed removal. This aims to assess three aspects involving on post dispersal seed ...
    • Viviendas ubicadas en áreas de riesgo de incendios forestales de interfaz. Un análisis territorial y normativo desde Chile 

      Garay Moena, Rosemarie; Castillo Soto, Miguel; Tapia Zarricueta, Ricardo (Universidad Politécnica Catalunya, España, 2021)
      Given the frequency and intensity of climatic events, it is essential to connect the territorial risk planning and management instruments with requirements to buildings located in risk areas. If buildings in rural and ...
    • Effect of land use history on biodiversity of pine plantations 

      Uribe Miranda, Sandra; García Berguecio, Nicolás; Estades Marfán, Cristian (Frontiers Media, 2021)
      The growing replacement of native vegetation by forest plantations is considered a global threat to biodiversity. Significant variation in biotic communities among stands with similar management suggests that previous land ...
    • Daily Movements of Non-Breeding Yellow-billed Pintails (Anas georgica) in Central Chile 

      Estades Marfán, Cristián; Thomson, Roberto F.; Vukasovic, Angélica; Acuña, M. Paz (Waterbird Soc., 2020)
      Between January-August 2017, the movements of 18 individual Yellow-billed Pintail (Anas georgica) were studied after capture at the Carampangue wetland in Central Chile and equipped with GPS transmitters. The goal was to ...
    • Notas sobre la variación de briófitas entre un bosque pantanoso de Amomyrtus luma y una pradera antropogénica húmeda de Juncus procerus 

      Ardiles, Víctor; Promis Baeza, Álvaro; Cortés, Daniela (Universidad de Concepción, Chile, 2020)
      The bryophyte richness was evaluated in the understory of a swamp forest of Amomyrtus luma and an anthropogenic wet prairie of Juncus procerus. Bryophyte richness, and growth and life forms changed between both wetlands. ...
    • Revisión de Heliotropium sects. Heliothamnus, Heliotrophytum, Hypsogenia, Plagiomeris y Platygine (Heliotropiaceae) en Chile 

      Luebert Bruron, Federico José (Universidad de Concepción, Chile, 2020)
      Se presenta una revisión taxonómica de las especies chilenas de Heliotropium (Heliotropiaceae), excluidas las de la sect. Cochranea que fue revisada en una contribución anterior. Ellas son Heliotropium amplexicaule (sect. ...
    • Estado de las poblaciones del Rayador (Rynchops niger) en Chile 

      Thomson, Roberto F.; Vukasovic, María Angélica; Estades Marfán, Cristian (Ediciones Univ. Concepción, Chile, 2020)
      El rayador (Rynchops niger) visita las costas de Chile durante los veranos australes, observándose en bandadas de distinto tamaño principalmente en humedales costeros. Por medio del uso de una base de datos de observaciones de ...
    • Asterid phylogenomics/phylotranscriptomics uncover morphological evolutionary histories and support phylogenetic placement for numerous whole-genome duplications 

      Zhang, Caifei; Zhang, Taikui; Luebert Bruron, Federico; Xiang, Yezi; Huang, Chien-Hsun; Hu, Yi; Rees, Mathew; Frohlich, Michael W.; Qi, Ji; Weigend, Maximilian; Ma, Hong (Oxford, 2020)
      Asterids are one of the most successful angiosperm lineages, exhibiting extensive morphological diversity and including a number of important crops. Despite their biological prominence and value to humans, the deep asterid ...
    • Deforestation patterns shape population structure of the Magellanic Woodpecker (Campephilus magellanicus) in southern Chile 

      Poblete, Yanina; Soto, Gerardo E.; Campagna, Leonardo; Ávila, Miguel E.; Fernández, Carolina; Flores, Cristian R.; Rodewald, Amanda D. (Resilience Alliance, Acadia Univ., 2020)
      One important landscape-scale consequence of deforestation is reduced connectivity, which has the potential to isolate populations in ways that affect genetic diversity and population structure. Among the many regions of ...
    • A recent review of fire behavior and fire effects on native vegetation in Central Chile 

      Castillo Soto, Miguel; Plaza V., Álvaro; Garfias S., Roberto (Elsevier, 2020)
      Central Chile experienced a very extended and devastating fire season during 2016e17. After 3 years, here we present the results of an analysis of behavior of the wildfires occurred in that season.We used a modeling approach ...
    • The history of rainfall data time-resolution in a wide variety of geographical areas 

      Morbidelli, Renato; García Marín, Amanda Penélope; Al Mamun, Abdullah; Atiqur, Rahman Mohammad; Ayuso Muñoz, José Luis; Taouti, Mohamed Bachir; Baranowski, Piotr; Bellocchi, Gianni; Sanguesa Pool, Claudia; Bennett, Brett; Oyunmunkh, Byambaa; Bonaccorso, Brunella; Brocca, Luca; Caloiero, Tommaso; Caporali, Enrica; Caracciolo, Domenico; Casas Castillo, M. Carmen; Catalini, Carlos G.; Chettih, Mohamed; Chowdhury, A. F. M. Kamal; Chowdhury, Rezaul; Corradini, Corrado; Custo, Jeffrey; Dari, Jacopo; Diodato, Nazzareno; Doesken, Nolan; Dumitrescu, Alexandru; Estévez, Javier; Flammini, Alessia; Fowler, Hayley J.; Freni, Gabriele; Fusto, Francesco; García Barrón, Leoncio; Manea, Ancuta; Goenster Jordan, Sven; Hinson, Stuart; Kanecka Geszke, Ewa; Kar, Kanak Kanti; Kasperska Wolowicz, Wieslawa; Krabbi, Miina; Krzyszczak, Jaromir; Llabres Brustenga, Alba; Ledesma, José L. J.; Liu, Tie; Lompi, Marco; Marsico, Loredana; Mascaro, Giuseppe; Moramarco, Tommaso; Newman, Noah; Orzan, Alina; Pampaloni, Matteo; Pizarro Tapia, Roberto; Puentes Torres, Antonio; Rashid, Md Mamunur; Rodríguez Sola, Raúl; Sepúlveda Manzor, Juan; Siwek, Krzysztof; Sousa, Arturo; Timbadiya, P.; Vilcea, Marina Georgiana; Viterbo, Francesca; Yoo, Chulsang; Zeri, Marcelo; Zittis, Georgios; Saltalippi, Carla (Elsevier, 2020)
      Collected rainfall records by gauges lead to key forcings in most hydrological studies. Depending on sensor type and recording systems, such data are characterized by different time-resolutions (or temporal aggregations), ...
    • Transforming knowledge systems for life on Earth: Visions of future systems and how to get there 

      Fazey, Ioan; Schapke, Niko; Caniglia, Guido; Hodgson, Anthony; Kendrick, Ian; Lyon, Christopher; Page, Glenn; Patterson, James; Riedy, Chris; Strasser, Tim; Verveen, Stephan; Adams, David; Goldstein, Bruce; Klaes, Matthias; Leicester, Graham; Linyard, Alison; McCurdy, Adrienne; Ryan, Paul; Sharpe, Bill; Silvestri, Giorgia; Abdurrahim, Ali Yansyah; Abson, David; Adetunji, Olufemi Samson; Aldunce Ide, Paulina; Álvarez Pereira, Carlos; Amparo, Jennifer Marie; Amundsen, Helene; Anderson, Lakin; Andersson, Lotta; Asquith, Michael; Augenstein, Karoline; Barrie, Jack; Bent, David; Bentz, Julia; Bergsten, Arvid; Berzonsky, Carol; Bina, Olivia; Blackstock, Kirsty; Boehnert, Joanna; Bradbury, Hilary; Brand, Christine; Bohme, Jessica; Bojer, Marianne Mille; Carmen, Esther; Charli Joseph, Lakshmi; Choudhury, Sarah; Chunhachoti-ananta, Supot; Cockburn, Jessica; Colvin, John; Connon, Irena L. C.; Cornforth, Rosalind; Cox, Robin S.; Cradock Henry, Nicholas; Cramer, Laura; Cremaschi, Almendra; Dannevig, Halvor; Day, Catherine T.; Hutchison, Cathel de Lima; de Vrieze, Anke; Desai, Vikas; Dolley, Jonathan; Duckett, Dominic; Durrant, Rachael Amy; Egermann, Markus; Adams, Emily; Fremantle, Chris; Fullwood Thomas, Jessica; Galafassi, Diego; Gobby, Jen; Golland, Ami; Gonzalez-Padron, Shiara Kirana; Gram-Hanssen, Irmelin; Grandin, Jakob; Grenni, Sara; Gunnell, Jade Lauren; Gusmao, Felipe; Grandin, Jakob; Grenni, Sara; Gunnell, Jade Lauren; Gusmao, Felipe; Hamann, Maike; Harding, Brian; Harper, Gavin; Hesselgren, Mia; Hestad, Dina; Heykoop, Cheryl Anne; Holmen, Johan; Holstead, Kirsty; Hoolohan, Claire; Horcea-Milcu, Andra-Ioana; Horlings, Lummina Geertruida; Howden, Stuart Mark; Howell, Rachel Angharad; Huque, Sarah Insia; Canedo, Mirna Liz Inturias; Iro, Chidinma Yvonne; Ives, Christopher D.; John, Beatrice; Joshi, Rajiv; Juarez Bourke, Sadhbh; Juma, Dauglas Wafula; Karlsen, Bea Cecilie; Kliem, Lea; Klaey, Andreas; Kuenkel, Petra; Kunze, Iris; Lam, David Patrick Michael; Lang, Daniel J.; Larkin, Alice; Light, Ann; Luederitz, Christopher; Luthe, Tobias; Maguire, Cathy; Mahecha-Groot, Ana-Maria; Malcolm, Jackie; Marshall, Fiona; Maru, Yiheyis; McLachlan, Carly; Mmbando, Peter; Mohapatra, Subhakanta; Moore, Michele-Lee; Moriggi, Angela; Morley Fletcher, Mark; Moser, Susanne; Mueller, Konstanze Marion; Mukute, Mutizwa; Muhlemeier, Susan; Naess, Lars Otto; Nieto Romero, Marta; Novo, Paula; O'Brien, Karen; O'Connell, Deborah Anne; O'Donnell, Kathleen; Olsson, Per; Pearson, Kelli Rose; Pereira, Laura; Petridis, Panos; Peukert, Daniela; Phear, Nicky; Pisters, Siri Renee; Polsky, Matt; Pound, Diana; Preiser, Rika; Rahman, Md. Sajidur; Reed, Mark S.; Revell, Philip; Rodríguez, Iokine; Rogers, Briony Cathryn; Rohr, Jascha; Rosenberg, Milda Nordbo; Ross, Helen; Russell, Shona; Ryan, Melanie; Saha, Probal; Schleicher, Katharina; Schneider, Flurina; Scoville Simonds, Morgan; Searle, Beverley; Sebhatu, Samuel Petros; Sesana, Elena; Silverman, Howard; Singh, Chandni; Sterling, Eleanor; Stewart, Sarah Jane; Tabara, J. David; Taylor, Douglas; Thornton, Philip; Tribaldos, Theresa Margarete; Tschakert, Petra; Uribe Calvo, Natalia; Waddell, Steve; Waddock, Sandra; van der Merwe, Liza; van Mierlo, Barbara; van Zwanenberg, Patrick; Velarde, Sandra Judith; Washbourne, Carla Leanne; Waylen, Kerry; Weiser, Annika; Wight, Ian; Williams, Stephen; Woods, Mel; Wolstenholme, Ruth; Wright, Ness; Wunder, Stefanie; Wyllie, Alastair; Young, Hannah R. (Elsevier, 2020)
      Formalised knowledge systems, including universities and research institutes, are important for contemporary societies. They are, however, also arguably failing humanity when their impact is measured against the level of ...
    • Un llamado a la activación real de la Sociedad Chilena de Ciencias Forestales 

      Salas Eljatib, Christian; Promis Baeza, Álvaro (Univ. Austral Chile, 2020)
      While the Chilean Society of Forest Sciences (SOCIFOR) was created by a group of forest-related institutions, its inactivity has wakened its progress. Here, we point out certain shortcomings of SOCIFOR, and propose actions ...
    • Comparison of regolith physical and chemical characteristics with geophysical data along a climate and ecological gradient, Chilean Coastal Cordillera (26 to 38 degrees S) 

      Schaller, Mirjam; Dal Bo, Igor; Ehlers, Todd A.; Klotzsche, Anja; Drews, Reinhard; Fuentes Espoz, Juan; Van der Kruk, Jan (Copernicus Gesellschaft MBH, 2020)
      We combine geophysical observations from ground-penetrating radar (GPR) with regolith physical and chemical properties from pedons excavated in four study areas spanning 1300 km of the climate and ecological gradient in ...
    • Forest canopy-cover composition and landscape influence on bryophyte communities in Nothofagus forests of southern Patagonia 

      Toro Manríquez, Mónica; Ardiles, Víctor; Promis Baeza, Álvaro; Huertas Herrera, Alejandro; Soler, Rosina; Lencinas, María Vanessa; Martínez Pastur, Guillermo (Public Library Science, 2020)
      Bryophytes (liverworts, mosses and hornworts) are one of the most diverse plant groups worldwide but one of the least studied in temperate forests from an ecological perspective. In comparison to vascular plants, bryophytes ...
    • Using hyperspectral plant traits linked to photosynthetic efficiency to assess N and P partition 

      Watt, Michael S.; Buddenbaum, Henning; Leonardo, Ellen Mae C.; Estarija, Honey Jane C.; Bown, Horacio E.; Gómez Gallego, Mireia; Hartley, Robin; Massam, Peter; Wright, Liam; Zarco Tejada, Pablo J. (Elsevier, 2020)
      Spatial prediction of photosynthesis requires an understanding of how foliage nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) regulate this process and the relationship between these elements and scalable spectral proxies. Hyperspectral ...
    • Forensic identification of the keratin fibers of South American camelids by ambient ionization mass spectrometry: Vicuña, alpaca and guanaco 

      Price, Erin; Larrabure, Dominique; Gonzales, Benito; McClure, Pamela; Espinoza, Edgard (Wiley, 2020)
      Rationale The keratin fleece of the endangered vicuna (Vicugna vicugna) commands a high value in international markets, and this trade has caused illegal poaching and a substantial decrease in vicuna populations. Morphological ...