Recent Submissions

  • 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 ...
  • Forensic identification of CITES appendix I Cupressaceae usinganatomy and mass spectrometry 

    Carmona Cerda, René J.; Wiemann, Michael C.; Baas, Peter; Barros, Cristóbal; Chavarría, Gabriela D.; McClure, Pamela J.; Espinoza, Edgard O. (Brill, 2020)
    Alerce (Fitzroya cupressoides (Mol.) Johnst.) and Guaitecas cypress (Pilgerodendron uviferum (Don) Florin) are two of the three closely-related species of conifers in the Cupressaceae that are endemic to southern Chile and ...
  • Environmental factors regulate occupancy of free-ranging dogs on a sub-Antarctic island, Chile 

    Contardo, Juan; Grimm Seyfarth, Annegret; Cattan Ayala, Pedro; Schuttler, Elke (Springer, 2020)
    Domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) are the most common carnivore species in natural ecosystems worldwide. They are of considerable concern for wildlife conservation, particularly in the absence of predators. However, we are ...
  • Differences in stakeholder perceptions about native forest: implications for developing a restoration program 

    Castillo, Jessica A.; Smith Ramírez, Cecilia; Claramunt, Vivianne (Wiley, 2020)
    Ecological restoration is a global priority. Incorporating stakeholders' perceptions has been established as a critical factor to improve the success of restoration and conservation initiatives and decrease future social ...
  • Flora of the hot deserts: emerging patterns from phylogeny-based diversity studies 

    Scherson Vicencio, Rosa; Luebert Bruron, Federico; Pliscoff, Patricio; Fuentes Castillo, Taryn (Wiley, 2020)
    Relatively recent increases in molecular and geographic data for many taxa in different areas of the world have provided scientists with tools to evaluate biodiversity using evolutionary or phylogeny-based indices (reviewed ...
  • Social valuation of Mediterranean cultural landscapes: Exploring landscape preferences and ecosystem services perceptions through a visual approach 

    Bidegain, Iñigo; López Santiago, César; González, José A.; Martínez Sastre, Rodrigo; Ravera, Federica; Cerda Jiménez, Claudia Loreto (MDPI, 2020)
    Mediterranean cultural landscapes have been recognized as multifunctional landscapes that are currently threatened by two opposing trends: rural abandonment and agricultural intensification. Uncovering people's perceptions ...
  • Linking above-ground biomass production to below-ground carbon fluxes across stocking, clone, fertilization, and understory elimination in Pinus radiata D.Don plantations, New Zealand 

    Mohan, K. C; Mason, Euan G.; Bown Intveen, Horacio (Elsevier, 2020)
    The linkage between above-ground biomass production and below-ground carbon fluxes as influenced by silviculture has been insufficiently studied. We tested the effects of stocking, clone, fertilization, and follow-up ...
  • A comparison between traditional ordinary least-squares regression and three methods for enforcing additivity in biomass equations using a sample of Pinus radiata trees 

    Mohan, K. C.; Mason, Euan G.; Bown Intveen, Horacio; Jones, Grace (Scion, 2020)
    Background: Additivity has long been recognised as a desirable property of systems of equations to predict the biomass of components and the whole tree. However, most tree biomass studies report biomass equations fitted ...
  • Baseline of carbon stocks in pinus radiata and eucalyptus spp. plantations of Chile 

    Olmedo, Guillermo F.; Guevara, Mario; Gilabert, Horacio; Montes, Cristian R.; Arellano, Eduardo C.; Barria Knopf, Beatriz; Gárate, Francisco; Mena Quijada, Pablo; Acuña, Eduardo; Bown Intveen, Horacio; Ryan, Michael G. (MDPI, 2020)
    Forest plantations have a large potential for carbon sequestration, playing an important role in the global carbon cycle. However, despite the large amount of research carried out worldwide, the absolute contribution of ...
  • Monitoring biochemical limitations to photosynthesis in N and P-limited radiata pine using plant functional traits quantified from hyperspectral imagery 

    Watt, Michael S.; Buddenbaum, Henning; Leonardo, Ellen Mae C.; Estarija, Honey Jane; Bown Intveen, Horacio; Gómez Gallego, Mireia; Hartley, Robin J. L.; Pearse, Grant D.; Massam, Peter; Wright, Liam; Zarco Tejada, Pablo J. (Elsevier, 2020)
    The prediction of carbon uptake by forests across fertility gradients requires accurate characterisation of how biochemical limitations to photosynthesis respond to variation in key elements such as nitrogen (N) and phosphorus ...
  • Notes on the genus Ophryosporus (Asteraceae, Eupatorieae) in Chile 

    Merklinger, Félix F.; Luebert Bruron, Federico (Pensoft Publishers, 2020)
    Ophryosporus Meyen is reviewed for Chile and an updated species list for the country based on herbarium records and literature review is presented. A key to the Chilean species is provided and a distribution range of taxa ...
  • Exploring the influence of upwelling on the total allowed catch and harvests of a benthic gastropod managed under a territorial user rights for fisheries regime along the Chilean coast 

    Anguita, Cristóbal; Gelcich, Stefan; Aldana, Marcela; Pulgar, José (Elsevier, 2020)
    While there is a broad understanding of upwelling impacts on the functioning of marine ecosystems, empirical data that link this process to commercial species landings have not received the attention they deserve. The aim ...
  • Efecto de la concentración de fósforo y calcio sobre atributos morfo-fisiológicos y potencial de crecimiento radical en plantas de Aextoxicon punctatum producidas a raíz cubierta en la etapa de endurecimiento 

    González, Marta; Ríos, Darcy; Peña Rojas, Karen; García, Edison; Acevedo, Manuel; Cartes, Eduardo; Sánchez Olate, Manuel (Universidad Austral de Chile, Facultad de Ciencias Forestales, 2020)
    The success of restoration programs through the establishment of a vegetable cover on altered areas is directly related to morpho-physiological attributes of plants established on field conditions. These attributes have ...
  • Range-wide genetic structure in the thorn-tailed rayadito suggests limited gene flow towards peripheral populations 

    Botero Delgadillo, Esteban; Quirici, Verónica; Poblete, Yanina; Acevedo, Matías; Cuevas, Elfego; Bravo, Camila; Cragnolini, Margherita; Rozzi, Ricardo; Poulin, Elie; Mueller, Jakob C.; Kempenaers, Bart; Vásquez Morales, Rodrigo (Nature, 2020)
    Understanding the population genetic consequences of habitat heterogeneity requires assessing whether patterns of gene flow correspond to landscape configuration. Studies of the genetic structure of populations are still ...

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