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    • Hydroclimatic conditions trigger record harmful algal bloom in western Patagonia (summer 2016) 

      León Muñoz, Jorge; Urbina, Mauricio A.; Garreaud Salazar, René; Iriarte, José Luis (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
      A harmful algal bloom (HAB) of the raphidophyta alga Pseudochattonella cf. verruculosa during the 2016 austral summer (February-March) killed nearly 12% of the Chilean salmon production, causing the worst mass mortality ...
    • Isotopic evidence for hydrologic change related to the westerlies in SW Patagonia, Chile, during the last millennium 

      Moy, Christopher M.; Dunbar, Robert B.; Moreno Moncada, Patricio; Francois, Jean-Pierre; Villa Martínez, Rodrigo; Mucciarone, David M.; Guilderson, Thomas P.; Garreaud Salazar, René (PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2008-07)
      The Southern Hemisphere westerly winds influence the spatial distribution of precipitation in southern South America and play a significant role in the global carbon cycle, yet little is known about how this important ...
    • Onset and evolution of southern annular mode like changes at centennial timescale 

      Moreno Moncada, Patricio; Vilanova, I.; Villa Martínez, R.; Dunbar, R. B.; Mucciarone, D. A.; Kaplan, M. R.; Garreaud Salazar, René; Rojas, M.; Moy, C. M.; De Pol-Holz, R.; Lambert, F. (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
      The Southern Westerly Winds (SWW) are the surface expression of geostrophic winds that encircle the southern mid-latitudes. In conjunction with the Southern Ocean, they establish a coupled system that not only controls ...