1. 2014

    1.  Aranis A, Muñoz G, Quiroz JC, Wiff R, Gómez A & MA Barrientos (2014).  Identificación de rasgos morfológicos para una rápida diferenciación de sardina austral (Sprattus fuegensis) y sardina común (Strangomera bentincki).  Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research 42(5): 1063-1071. DOI: 10.3856/vol42-issue5-fulltext-11. PDF: Aranis_et_al_lajar_2014
    2. Bozinovic F, Ferri-Yánez F, Naya H, Araújo MB & Naya DE (2014) Thermal tolerance in rodents: species that evolved in cold climates exhibit a wider thermoneutral zone. Evolutionary Ecology Research 16: 000-000. PDF: Bozinovic et al. 2014_Evol Ecol Res
    1. Bozinovic F, Orellana MJM, Martel SI, Bogdanovich JM (2014) Testing the heat-invariant and cold-variability tolerance hypotheses across geographic gradients. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology. 178:46-50. doi: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2014.08.009. PDF: Bozinovic et al. 2014_Comparative Biochem
    2. Duarte CM,  Fulweiler RW, Lovelock CE,  Martinetto P, Saunders MI, Pandolfi JM,  GelcichS &  Nixon SW (2014) Reconsidering Ocean Calamities. BioScience 65(2): 130-139. doi: 1093/biosci/biu198. PDF: Duarte et al 2014
    3. Flores-Molina MR, Thomas D, Lovazzano C, Núñez A, Zapata J, Kumar M, Correa JA & Contreras-Porcia L (2014) Desiccation stress in intertidal seaweeds: Effects on morphology, antioxidant responses and photosynthetic performance. Aquatic Botany 113: 90-99. PDF: Flores-Molina et al. 2014
    4. Sepúlveda MA, Singer RS, Silva-Rodríguez EA, Eguren A, Stowhas P, Pelican K (2014) Invasive American mink: linking pathogen risk between domestic and endangered carnivores. Ecohealth 11(3):409-19. doi: 10.1007/s10393-014-0917-z. PDF: Sepulveda et al. 2014
    5. Chilvers J, Lorenzoni I, Terry G, Buckley P, Pinnegar JK & Gelcich S (2014) Public engagement with marine climate change issues: (Re)framings, understandings and responses. Global Environmental Change 29: 165–179. PDF: Chilvers et al 2014_GEC
    6. Clavijo-Baquet S, Boher F, Ziegler L, Martel SI, Estay SA & Bozinovic F (2014) Differential responses to thermal variation between fitness metrics.  Scientific Reports 4: 5349. doi:10.1038/srep05349. PDF: Clavijo-Baquet_ Sci Reports_2014
    7. Estay SA, M Lima& F Bozinovic (2014) The role of temperature variability on insect performance and population dynamics in a  warming world. Oikos 123:131-140. PDF: Estay et al (2014) Oikos Thermal Variability_2014
    8. Estay SA, Labra FA, Sepulveda RD, Bacigalupe LD (2014) Evaluating Habitat Suitability for the Establishment of Monochamus spp. through Climate-Based Niche Modeling. PLoS ONE 9(7): e102592. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0102592. PDF: Estay et al. 2014PlosOne
    9. Ferrero R, Lima M & Gonzalez-Andujar JL (2014) Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Maize Yield Water Constraints under Climate Change in Spain. PLoS ONE 9(5): e98220. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0098220. PDF: Ferrero et al. 2014
    10. Gacitúa MA, González B, Majone M & Aulenta F (2014) Boosting the electrocatalytic activity of Desulfovibrio paquesii biocathodes with magnetite nanoparticles. Int J Hydrog Energ. doi: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2014.07.057. PDF: Gazitua et al. 2014
    11. García de León D, Freckleton RP, Lima M, Navarrete L, Castellanos E & González-Andújar JL(2014) Identifying the effect of density dependence, agricultural practices and climate variables on the long-term dynamics of weed populations. Weed Research 54: 556–564. PDF: García de León et al. 2014
    12. Gelcich S (2014) Towards polycentric governance of small-scale fisheries: insights from the new ‘Management Plans’ policy in Chile. Aquatic Conserv: Marine Freshwater Ecosystems 24: 575–581. PDF: Gelcich 2014 Aquatic Conservation
    13. Gelcich S, Buckley P, Pinnegar JK, Chilvers J, Lorenzoni I, Terry G, Guerrero M, Castilla JC, Valdebenito A & Duarte CM (2014) Public awareness, concerns, and priorities about anthropogenic impacts on marine environments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science: doi/10.1073/pnas.1417344111. PDF: Gelcich et al 2014_PNAS
    14. González-Gómez PL, Suarez R, Madrid N, Vásquez RA & Bozinovic F (2014) Cognitive ecology in hummingbirds: the role of sexual dimorphism and its anatomical correlates on memory. PLoS One9(3): e90165. PDF: Gonzalez-Gomez et al. PLOS one 2014
    15. Graham WM, Gelcich S, Robinson KL, Duarte CM, Brotz L, Purcell JE, Madin LP, Mianzan H, Sutherland KR, Uye S, Pitt KA, Lucas CH, Bøgeberg M, Brodeur RD &Condon RH (2014) Linking human well-being and jellyfish:ecosystem services, impacts, and societal responses. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(9): 515–523, doi:10.1890/130298. PDF: Graham et al 2014
    16. Kaless G, Mao L, Moretto J, Picco L & Lenzi MA (2015) The response of a gravel-bed river planform configuration to flow variations and bed reworking: a modelling study. Hydrol. Process. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10504. PDF: Kaless_et_al-2015-Hydrological_Processes
    17. Kittinger JN, Koehn JZ, Le Cornu E, Ban NC, Gopnik M, Armsby M, Brooks C, Carr MH, Cinner JE, Cravens A, D’Iorio M, Erickson A, Finkbeiner EM, Foley MM, Fujita R, Gelcich S, St Martin K, Prahler E, Reineman DR, Shackeroff J, White C, Caldwell MR & Crowder LB (2014) A practical approach for putting people in ecosystem-based ocean planning. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(8): 448–456 doi:10.1890/130267. PDF: Kittinger et al_2014
    18. Lardies MA, Arias MB, Poupin M & Bacigalupe L (2014). Heritability of hsp70 expression in the beetle Tenebrio molitor: Ontogenetic and environmental effects. Journal of Insect Physiology 67:70-75 . PDF: Lardies et al. 2014
    19. Lardies MA, Arias MB, Poupin MJ, Manríquez P, Torres R, Vargas C, Navarro J & Lagos N. (2014).Differential response to ocean acidification in physiological traits of Concholepas concholepas. Journal of Sea Research 90:127-134. PDF: Lardies et al. 2014b
    20. Lima M (2014) Climate change and the population collapse during the “Great Famine” in pre-industrial Europe. Ecology and Evolution 4(3):284–291. PDF: Lima 2014
    21. Marín A, Gelcich S & Castilla JC (2014) Ecosystem services and abrupt transformations in a coastal wetland social-ecological system: Tubul-Raqui after the 2010 earthquake in Chile. Ecology and Society 19(1): 22. doi: 10.5751/ES-05633-190122. PDF: Marin et al 2014
    22. Martel SI, SA Riquelme, AM Kalergis & F Bozinovic (2014) Dietary effect on immunological energetics in mice. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 184(7):937-944. PDF: Martel et al. 2014
    23. Martin MJ, Fredes C, Nuñez G, Ginocchio R & Montenegro G (2014) Comparison of methods for determining the color of Chilean honeys and the relationship of color with botanical origin in central Chile. Cien Inv Agr 41(3): 411-418. PDF: Martin et al. 2014
    24. Micheli F, De Leo G, Shester GG, Martone RG, Lluch-Cota SE, Butner C, Crowder LB, Fujita R, Gelcich S, Jain M, Lester SE, McCay B, Pelc R & Sáenz-Arroyo A (2014) A system-wide approach to supporting improvements in seafood production practices and outcomes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(5): 297–305, doi:10.1890/110257. PDF: Micheli et al 2014
    25. Nuñez-Villegas M, F Bozinovic & P Sabat (2014) Interplay between group size, huddling behavior and basal metabolism: an experimental approach in the social degus. Journal of Experimental Biology 217:997-1002. PDF: Nuñez-Villegas et al. J Exp Biol-2014
    26. Oppliger LV, von Dassow P, Correa J, Bouchemousse S, Robuchon M, Valero M, Mauger S & C Destombe (2014) Alteration Of Sexual Reproduction And Genetic Diversity In The Kelp SpeciesLaminaria digitata At The Southern Limit Of Its Range. Plos One 9: 1-11. PDF: Oppliger et al. 2014
    27. Peña-Villalobos I, M Nuñez-Villegas, F Bozinovic & P Sabat (2014) Metabolic enzymes in seasonally acclimatized and cold acclimated Rufous-collared sparrow inhabiting a Chilean Mediterranean environment. Current Zoology 60:338-350. PDF: Peña-Villalobos_2014
    28. Ramírez ME, Contreras-Porcia L, Guillemin ML, Brodie J, Valdivia C, Flores-Molina MR, Núñez A, Contador CB & Lovazzano C (2014) Pyropia orbicularis sp. nov. (Rhodophyta, Bangiaceae) based on a population previously known as Porphyra columbina from the central coast of Chile. Phytotaxa. 158(2): 133-153. PDF: Ramírez et al. 2014 (Phytotaxa)
    29. Ríos JM, Barceló GF, Narvaez C, Maldonado K & P Sabat (2014) Feeding and digestive responses to fatty acid intake in two South  American passerines with different food habits. Journal of Comparative Physiology B, DOI 10.1007/s00360-014-0832-1. PDF: Rios et al (JCPB 2014)
    30. Ritter A, Correa J, Dittami S, Goulitquer S, Boyen C, Potin P & T Tonon (2014) Transcriptomic And Metabolomic Analysis Of Copper Stress Acclimation In Ectocarpus siliculosus Highlights Signaling And Tolerance Mechanisms In Brown Algae. Bmc Plant Biology 14:1-17. PDF: Ritter at al 2014
    31. Rivera A, Gelcich S, García-Florez L, Alcázar JL & Acuña JL (2014) Co-management in Europe:Insights from the gooseneck barnacle fishery in Asturias, Spain. Marine Policy 50: 300–308. PDF: Rivera et al 2014
    32. Rojas JM, SB Castillo, G Folguera, S Abades & F Bozinovic (2014) Coping with daily thermal variability: behavioral performance of an ectotherm model in a warming world. PLoS One DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0106897. PDF: Rojas et al. 2014
    33. Ruiz-Aravena M, Gonzalez-Mendez A, Estay SA, Gaitán-Espitia JD, Barria-Oyarzo I, Bartheld JL & Bacigalupe LD (2014) Impact of global warming at the range margins: phenotypic plasticity and behavioral thermoregulation will buffer an endemic amphibian. Ecology and Evolution 4(23): 4467–4475. PDF: Ruiz-Aravena et al. 2014
    34. Ruz GA, Timmermann T, Barrera J, Goles E (2014) Neutral space analysis for a Boolean network model of the fission yeast cell cycle network. Biological Research 47(1):64. doi:10.1186/0717-6287-47-64. PDF: Ruz et al. 2014
    35. Sánchez-Hernández JC, Narvaez C, Sabat P & S Martínez (2014) Integrated biomarker analysis of chlorpyrifos metabolism and toxicity in the earthworm Aporrectodea caliginosaScience of the Total Environment 490 (2014) 445–455. PDF: Sanchez-Hernandez et al STOTEN 2014
    36. Sordet C, Andrade S, Correa J, Contreras-Porcia, L, Lovazzano C, Goulitquer S & P Potin (2014) Physiological Plasticity Of Dictyota kunthii (Phaeophyceae) To Copper Excess. Aquatic Toxicology150: 220-228. PDF: Sodet et al 2014_abstract


    1. Aguilera SE, Cole J, Finkbeiner EM, Le Cornu E, Ban NC, et al. (2015) Managing Small-Scale Commercial Fisheries for Adaptive Capacity: Insights from Dynamic Social-Ecological Drivers of Change in Monterey Bay. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0118992. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0118992.PDF: Aguilera_etal_2015
    2. Arriagada R, Sills E, Ferraro P & Pattanayak S (2015) Do Payments pay off? Evidence from participation in Costa Rica’s PES program.PLoS One 10(7):1-17. PDF
    3. Bartheld JL, Gaitán-Espitia JD, Artacho P, Salgado-Luarte C, Gianoli E & Nespolo R (2015) Energy expenditure and body size are targets of natural selection across a wide geographic range, in a terrestrial invertebrate.Functional Ecology 29: 1463–1474. PDF
    4. Bozinovic F &  DE Naya (2015) Linking physiology, climate and species distributional ranges. In: Martin, L.B., Ghalambor, C.K., and A. Woods (eds.). Chapter 17, pp: 277-290. Integrative Organismal Biology. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 344 pp.
    5. Bozinovic F &  Portner H-O (2015) Physiological ecology meets climate change. Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1002/ece3.1403.PDF: Bozinovic_et_al-2015-Ecology_and_Evolution
    6. Bravo-Fritz CP, Sáez-Navarrete CA, Herrera Zeppelin LA & Ginocchio Cea R (2015) Site selection for microalgae farming on an industrial scale in Chile. Algal Research11: 343-349. PDF
    7. Canales TM, Law R, Wiff R & JL Blanchard (2014) Changes in the size-structure of a multispecies pelagic fishery off Northern Chile. Fisheries Research161 (2015) 261–268. PDF: Canales_et_al_2015
    8. Castellanos-Frías E, García-Perea R, Gisbert J, Bozinovic F & Virgós E (2015) Intraspecific variation in the energetics of theCabrera voleComp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol. 190:32-8. PDF
    9. Cortés V, Amigo L, Zanlungo S, Galgani J, Robledo F, Arrese M, Bozinovic F & Nervi F (2015) Metabolic effects of cholecystectomy: gallbladder ablation increases basal metabolic rate through G-protein coupled bile acid receptor Gpbar1-dependent mechanisms in mice.PLoS One. 10(3):e0118478. PDF
    10. Davis K, Kragt M, Gelcich S, Schilizzi S & Pannell D (2015). Accounting for enforcement costs in the spatial allocation of marine zones. Conservation Biology29(1): 226–237. PDF: Davis et al 2015_Conservation Biology
    11. De Juan S, Gelcich S, Ospina-Alvarez A, Perez-Matus A & Fernandez M (2015) Applying an ecosystem service approach to unravel links between ecosystems and society in the coast of central Chile.Science of The Total Environment533:122-132. PDF
    12. Estévez RA & Gelcich S (2015) Participative multi-criteria decision analysis in marine management and conservation: Research progress and the challenge of integrating value judgments and uncertainty.Marine Policy 61:1-7. PDF
    13. Estévez RA, Anderson CB, Pizarro JC & Burgman MA (2015) Clarifying values, risk perceptions, and attitudes to resolve or avoid social conflicts in invasive species management.Conservation Biology 29: 19–30. doi: 10.1111/cobi.12359. PDF: Estévez et al 2014
    14. Flores A, Wiff R & E Díaz (2015) Using the gonadosomatic index to estimate the maturity ogive: application to Chilean hake (Merluccius gayi gayi). ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsu155.PDF: Flores_et_al_2015
    15. Flores A, Wiff R, Díaz E & Gálvez P (2015) Reproductive biology of female cardinalfish,Epigonus crassicaudusde Buen, 1959. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 31: 718–723.  García de León D, García-Mozo H, Galán C, Alcázar P, Lima M & González-Andújar JL (2015) Disentangling the effects of feedback structure and climate on Poaceae annual airborne pollen fluctuations and the possible consequences of climate change. Sci Total Environ.530-531:103-9. PDF
    16. Gelcich S & Donlan CJ (2015) Incentivizing biodiversity conservation in artisanal fishing communities through territorial user rights and business model innovation.Conservation Biology29(4):1076-85. PDF
    17. Gelcich S, Peralta L, Donlan CJ, Godoy N, Ortiz V, Tapia-Lewin S, Vargas C, Kein A, Castilla JC, Fernández M & Godoy F (2015) Alternative strategies for scaling up marine coastal biodiversity conservation in ChileMaritime Studies 14:5. PDF
    18. Gelcich S,  Peralta L,  Donlan CJ,  Godoy N,  Ortiz V,  Tapia-Lewin S,  Vargas C,  Keim A,  Castilla JC,  Fernandez M &  Godoy F (2015) Alternative strategies for scaling up marine coastal biodiversity conservation in Chile.Maritime Studies 14:5. PDF: Gelcich et al maritime studies 2015
    19. Goles E, Ruz GA (2015) Dynamics of neural networks over undirected graphsNeural Networks 63: 156-16.  PDF: Goles& Ruz_2015
    20. Hernández A, Miranda M, Arellano EC,Saura S, Ovalle C (2015) Landscape dynamics and their effect on the functional connectivity of a Mediterranean landscape in Chile. Ecological Indicators48: 198-206. Doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2014.08.010. PDF: Hernandez et al. 2015
    21. Inestrosa N, Ríos JA, Cisternas P, Tapia-Rojas C, Rivera DS, Braidy N, Zolezzi JM, Godoy JA, Carvajal FJ, Ardiles AO, Bozinovic F, Palacios AG & Sachdev PS (2015) Age Progression of Neuropathological Markers in the Brain of the Chilean Rodent Octodon degus, a Natural Model of Alzheimer’s Disease. Brain Pathology.doi:10.1111/bpa.12226. PDF: Inestrosa et al. 2015 (1)
    22. Januario SM, Estay SA, Labra FA & Lima M (2015) Combining environmental suitability and population abundances to evaluate the invasive potential of the tunicate Ciona intestinalisalong the temperate South American coast. PeerJ 3:e1357 PDF
    23. Krueger-Hadfield SA, Roze D, Destombe C, Correa J & Valero M (2015) O father, where art thou?  Paternity analyses in a natural population of the red seaweed Chondrus crispus.  Heredity114: 185–194. PDF: Krueger-Hadfield et al. 2015_abstract
    24. Lima M & Abades S (2015) Malthusian factors as proximal drivers of human population crisis at Sub-Saharan Africa.Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3: 130. PDF
    25. Lima M, Estay SA, Fuentes R, Rubilar P, Broutin H & Chowell-Puente G (2015) Whooping cough dynamics in Chile (1932-2010): disease temporal fluctuations across a north-south gradient.BMC Infect Dis. 15:590. PDF
    26. López-Cristoffanini C, Zapata J, Gaillard F, Potin P, Correa JA & Contreras-Porcia L (2015) Identification of proteins involved in desiccation tolerance in the red seaweed Pyropia orbicularis(Rhodophyta, Bangiales). Proteomics 15: 3954–3968. PDF
    27. Marín A, Bodin O, Gelcich S & Crona B (2015) Social capital in post-disaster recovery trajectories: Insights from a longitudinal study of tsunami-impacted small-scale fisher organizations in Chile.Global Environmental Change35:450-462. PDF
    28. Moraga F & Aquea F (2015) Composition of the SAGA complex in plants and its role in controlling gene expression in response to abiotic stresses.Front Plant Sci. 6:865. PDF
    29. Morales NS, Becerra PI, Arellano EC & Gilabert HB (2015). Effect of large and small herbivores on seed and seedling survival of Beilschmiedia miersii in central Chile. Bosque (Valdivia),36(1), 127-132.PDF: Morales et al. 2015 Bosque
    30. Mora-Ruiz M, Font-Verdera F, Díaz-Gil C, Urdiain M, Rodríguez-Valdecantos G, González B, Orfila A & Rosselló-Móra R (2015) Moderate halophilic bacteria colonizing the phylloplane of halophytes of the subfamily Salicornioideae (Amaranthaceae).Systematic and Applied Microbiology 38 (6):406-416. PDF
    31. Narvaez C, Ramirez-Otarola N, Bozinovic F, Sanchez-Hernandez JC & Sabat P (2015) Comparative intestinal esterases amongst passerine species: Assessing vulnerability to toxic chemicals in a phylogenetically explicit context. 135:75-82. PDF
    32. Nespolo RF, Silva AX, Figueroa CC & Bacigalupe LD (2015) Anticipatory gene regulation driven by maternal effects in an insect–host system.Ecology and Evolution 5: 5601–5608. PDF
    33. Newsome SD, Sabat P, Wolf N, Rader JA & Martinez del Rio C (2015) Multi-tissue δ2H analysis reveals altitudinal migration and tissue-specific discrimination patterns inCinclodes.Ecosphere6(11):213. PDF
    34. Ovalle JF, Arellano EC & Ginocchio R (2015). Trade-Offs between Drought Survival and Rooting Strategy of Two South American Mediterranean Tree Species: Implications for Dryland Forests Restoration. Forests6(10):3733-3747. PDF
    35. Pérez-Pantoja D, Leiva-Novoa P, Donoso RA, Little C, Godoy M, Pieper DH & González B (2015) Hierarchy of carbon source utilization in soil bacteria: Hegemonic preference for benzoate in complex aromatic compound mixtures degraded byCupriavidus pinatubonensis Appl Environ Microbiol.  PDF: Pérez-Pantoja et al. 2015
    36. Picco L, Sitzia T, Mao L, Comiti F & Lenzi MA (2015) Linking riparian woody communities and fluviomorphological characteristics in a regulated gravel-bed river (Piave River, Northern Italy).doi: 10.1002/eco.1616. PDF: Picco_et_al-2015-Ecohydrology
    37. Pinedo I, Ledger T, Greve M & Poupin MJ (2015)Burkholderia phytofirmans PsJN induces long-term metabolic and transcriptional changes involved in Arabidopsis thaliana salt tolerance. Front Plant Sci. 23(6):466. PDF
    38. Rader JA, Dillon ME, Chesser RT, Sabat P & Martínez del Río C (2015) Morphological divergence in a continental adaptive radiation: South American ovenbirds of the genus Cinclodes. The Auk Ornithological Advances 132: 180–190.PDF: Rader et al. – 2014 – Morphological divergence in a continental adaptive…
    39. Reyes-Mendy F, Arriagada RA, Reyes-Paecke S, Tobar A (2014) Policy statement coherence: A methodological proposal to assess environmental public policies applied to water in Chile.Environmental Science & Policy. 42: 169-180. Doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2014.06.001.PDF: Reyes-Medy et al 2014
    40. Rivera A, Gelcich S,  García-Flórez L & Acuña JL (2015) Assessing the sustainability and adaptive capacity of the gooseneck barnacle co-management system in Asturias, N. Spain.Ambio 45(2):230-240. PDF
    41. Sepúlveda M, Pelican K, Cross P, Eguren A,Singer R(2015) Fine-scale movements of rural free-ranging dogs in conservation areas in the temperate rainforest of the coastal range of southern Chile,Mammalian Biology – Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde80(4):290-297. doi: 10.1016/j.mambio.2015.03.001. PDF: Sepulveda et al. 2015
    42. Sepúlveda MA, Seguel M, Alvarado-Rybak M, Verdugo C, Muñoz-Zanzi C & Tamayo R (2015) Postmortem Findings in Four South American Sea Lions (Otaria byronia) from an Urban Colony in Valdivia, Chile.Journal of Wildlife Diseases 51(1): 279-282. PDF: Sepulveda et al. 2015b
    43. Silva CP, García CE, Estay SA, Barbosa O (2015) Bird Richness and Abundance in Response to Urban Form in a Latin American City: Valdivia, Chile as a Case Study.PLoS ONE 10(9): e0138120.PDF
    44. Skewes, O & Jaksic, FM. 2015. History of the introduction and present distribution of the European wild boar (Sus scrofa) in Chile. Mastozoología Neotropical 22: 113-124.
    45. Thienel M, Canals M, Bozinovic F & Veloso C (2015). The effects of temperature on the gas exchange cycle in Agathemera crassa. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A. 183: 126–130.PDF: Thienel et al 2015 ciclos final
    46. Vázquez DP, Gianoli E, Morris WF & Bozinovic F (2015) Ecological and evolutionary impacts of changing climatic variability.Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc. doi:1111/brv.12216 PDF
    47. Verdejo J, Ginocchio R, Sauvé S, Salgado E & Neaman A (2015) Thresholds of copper phytotoxicity in field-collected agricultural soils exposed to copper mining activities in Chile.Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 122: 171-177. PDF
    48. Vieira VMNCS,Oppliger LV, Engelen AH, Correa JA (2015) A New Method to Quantify and Compare the Multiple Components of Fitness-A Study Case with Kelp Niche Partition by Divergent Microstage Adaptations to Temperature. PLoS ONE10(3):  doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0119670. PDF: Vieira et al. 2015 (1)
    49. Viver T, Cifuentes A, Díaz S, Rodríguez-Valdecantos G, González B, Antón J, Rosselló-Móra R (2015) Diversity of extremely halophilic cultivable prokaryotes in Mediterranean, Atlantic and Pacific solar salterns: Evidence that unexplored sites constitute sources of cultivable novelty.Systematic and Applied Microbiology 38(4):266-275. PDF: Viver et al. 2015
    50. Wiff R, Barrientos MA, Milessi AC, Quiroz JCC & J Harwood (2015) Modelling production per unit of food consumed in fish populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology 365 (2015) 67–75.PDF: Wiff_et_al_2014
    51. Wiff R, Roa-Ureta RH, Borchers DL, Milessi AC & Barrientos MA (2015) Estimating Consumption to Biomass Ratio in Non-Stationary Harvested Fish Populations.PLoS ONE 10(11): e0141538.PDF
    52. Yangüez K, Lovazzano C, Contreras-Porcia L & Ehrenfeld N (2015) Response to oxidative stress induced by high light and carbon dioxide (CO2) in the biodiesel producer model Nannochloropsis salina (Ochrophyta, Eustigmatales).  Mar. Oceanogr.50(S1): 163-175. PDF: Yanguez et al. 2015
    53. Ziegler L, Arim M & Bozinovic F (2015) Intraspecific scaling in frog calls: the interplay of temperature, body size and metabolic          condition. [Epub ahead of print] PDF


    1. Aguilera V, Vargas CA, Lardies MA & Poupin MJ (2016) Adaptive variability to low-pH river discharges in Acartia tonsaand stress responses to high PCO2 Marine Ecology 37: 215–226.PDF
    2. Araujo MB, Ferri-Yañez F, Bozinovic F, Chown SL & Marquet PA (2016) Erratum to Araujo et al (2013). Ecology Letters 19: 591–592. doi: 10.1111/ele.12597. PDF
    3. Arriagada R, Echeverría C & Moya D (2016) Creating protected areas on public lands: is there room for additional conservation?PLoS One 11(2): 1-16. PDF
    4. Barahona-Segovia RM, Grez AA & Bozinovic F (2016) Testing the hypothesis of greater eurythermality in invasive than in native ladybird species: from physiological performance to life-history strategies.Ecological Entomology 41: 182–191. PDF
    5. Biggs D, Amar F, Valdebenito A & Gelcich S (2016) Potential Synergies between Nature-Based Tourism and Sustainable Use of Marine Resources: Insights from Dive Tourism in Territorial User Rights for Fisheries in Chile.PLoS ONE 11(3): e0148862. PDF
    6. Boher F, Trefault N, Estay SA & Bozinovic F (2016) Ectotherms in Variable Thermal Landscapes: A Physiological Evaluation of the Invasive Potential of Fruit Flies Species. Frontiers in Physiology 7:302. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2016.00302 PDF
    7. Boher F, Trefault N, Estay SA & Bozinovic F (2016) Ectotherms in Variable Thermal Landscapes: A Physiological Evaluation of the Invasive Potential of Fruit Flies Species. Frontiers in Physiology 7:302. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2016.00302. PDF
    8. Bonicelli J, Tyburczy J, Tapia FJ, Finke GR, Parragué M, Dudas S, Menge BA & Navarrete SA (2016) Diel vertical migration and cross-shore distribution of barnacle and bivalve larvae in the central Chile inner-shelf. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 485: 35-46. PDF
    9. Bozinovic F, Medina NR, Alruiz JM, Cavieres G, Sabat P (2016) Thermal tolerance and survival responses to scenarios of experimental climatic change: changing thermal variability reduces the heat and cold tolerance in a fly.J Comp Physiol B. [Epub ahead of print] PDF
    10. Bozinovic F, Sabat P, Rezende EL & Canals M (2016) Temperature variability and thermal performance in ectotherms: acclimation, behaviour, and experimental considerations. Evolutionary Ecology Research 17: 111–124. PDF
    11. Canales TM, Law R & Blanchard JL (2016) Shifts in plankton size spectra modulate growth and coexistence of anchovy and sardine in upwelling systems.Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73:611-621. PDF
    12. Castilla JC, Espinosa J,Yamashiro C, Melo O & Gelcich S (2016) telecoupling between catch, farming, and international trade for the gastropods Concholepas concholepas (loco) and Haliotis spp. (abalone). Journal of Shellfish Research 35(2): 1–8. PDF
    13. Cavieres G, Bogdanovich JM & Bozinovic F (2016) Ontogenetic thermal tolerance and performance of ectotherms at variable temperatures.Journal of Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1111/jeb.12886PDF
    14. Clavijo-Baquet S, Cumplido N & Bozinovic F (2016) Resting Metabolic Rate Is Positively Correlated with Parental Care Behavior in a Dwarf Hamster.J Exp Zool A Ecol Genet Physiol. 325 (4):274-82. PDF
    15. Contreras-Reyes JE, Canales TM & Rojas PM (2016) Influence of climate variability on anchovy reproductive timing off northern Chile. Journal of Marine Systems. 164: 67-75.
    16. Cortes PA, Puschel H, Acuña P, Bartheld JL & Bozinovic F (2016) Thermal ecological physiology of native and invasive frog species: do invaders perform better? Conservation Physiology 4(1): cow056. doi:10.1093/conphys/cow056. PDF
    17. Crona BI, Basurto X, Squires D, Gelcich S, Daw TM, Khan A, Havice E, Chomo V, Troell M, Buchary EA & Allison EH (2016) Towards a typology of interactions between small-scale fisheries and global seafood trade,Marine Policy 65:1-10. PDF
    18. Cuenca P, Arriagada R & Echeverría C (2016) How much deforestation do protected areas avoid in tropical Andean landscapes? Environmental Science & Policy. 56: 56-66. PDF
    19. Delebecq G, Davoult D, Janquin MA, Oppliger LV, Menu D, Dauvin JC & Gevaert F (2016) Photosynthetic response to light and temperature in Laminaria digitata gametophytes from two French populations, European Journal of Phycology 51(1): 71-82.
    20. Espíndola F, Quiroz JC, Wiff R & Yañez E (2016) Incorporating sea surface temperature into the stock-recruitment relationship: Applications to Jack Mackerel (trachurus murphyi) off Chile.Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía 51(1):137-145. PDF
    21. Flores G, Aguilera JC, Almar R, Cienfuegos R & Navarrete SA (2016) A new remote sensing method for high-resolution quantification of submersion regimes in wave exposed shores. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 14: 736–749. doi: 10.1002/lom3.10133. PDF
    22. Gelcich S & O’Keeffe J(2016) Emerging frontiers in perceptions research for aquatic conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine Freshwater Ecosystems 26: 986–994. doi: 1002/aqc.2714. PDF
    23. Glade FE, Miranda MD, Meza FJ & van Leeuwen W (2016) Productivity and phenological responses of natural vegetation to present and future inter-annual climate variability across semi-arid river basins in Chile. Environ Monit Assess 188: 676. PDF
    24. Godoy N, Gelcich S, Castilla JC, Lima M & Smith A (2016) Artisanal spearfishery in temperate nearshore ecosystems of Chile: Exploring the catch composition, revenue, and management needs. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 8(1): 436-447. PDF
    25. Godoy N, Gelcich S, Castilla JC, Lima M & Smith A (2016) Artisanal spearfishery in temperate nearshore ecosystems of Chile: Exploring the catch composition, revenue, and management needs. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 8(1): 436-447. PDF
    26. Guajardo E, Correa JA & Contreras-Porcia L (2016) Role of abscisic acid (ABA) in activating antioxidant tolerance responses to desiccation stress in intertidal seaweed species. Planta 243(3):767-81.PDF
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    28. Hadj-Moussa H, Moggridge JA, Luu BE, Quintero-Galvis JF, Gaitán-Espitia JD, Nespolo RF & Storey KB(2016).The hibernating South American marsupial, Dromiciops gliroides, displays torpor-sensitive microRNA expression patterns. Scientific Reports 6: 24627. doi: 10.1038/srep24627. PDF
    29. Hernández A, Arellano EC, Morales-Moraga D & Miranda MD (2016) Understanding the effect of three decades of land use change on soil quality and biomass productivity in a Mediterranean landscape in Chile. Catena140: 195-204. PDF
    30. Hernández A, Miranda MD, Arellano EC & Dobbs C (2016) Landscape trajectories and their effect on fragmentation for a Mediterranean semi-arid ecosystem in Central Chile. Journal of Arid Environments127: 74-81. PDF
    31. Jaureguizar AJ, Wiff R & Luz Clara M (2016) Role of the preferred habitat availability for small shark (Mustelus schmitti) on the interannual variation of abundance in a large Southwest Atlantic Coastal System (El Rincón, 39°–41°S). Aquatic Living Resources 29 (3): 305. DOI: PDF
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    33. Kéfi S, Miele V, Wieters EA, Navarrete SA & Berlow EL (2016) How structured is the entangled bank? The surprisingly simple organization of multiplex ecological networks leads to increased persistence and resilience. PLoS Biol 14(8): doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002527. PDF
    34. Labra FA, Bogdanovich JM & Bozinovic F.(2016) Nonlinear temperature effects on multifractal complexity of metabolic rate of ice. PeerJ 4:e2607 PDF
    35. Labra FA, Moreno RA, Alvarado SA, Carrasco F, Estay SA & Rivadeneira MM (2016) The relative role of ecological interactions and environmental variables on the population dynamics of marine benthic polychaetes. Marine Biodiversity(2016): 1-10. DOI 10.1007/s12526-016-0569-z. PDF
    36. Ledger T, Rojas S, Timmermann T, Pinedo I, Poupin MJ, Garrido T, Richter P, Tamayo J & Donoso R (2016) Volatile-Mediated Effects Predominate in Paraburkholderia phytofirmans Growth Promotion and Salt Stress Tolerance of Arabidopsis thaliana. Microbiol. 7:1838. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.01838. PDF.
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    39. Maldonado K, Sabat P, Piriz G, Bogdanovich JM, Nespolo RF & Bozinovic F (2016) Is maximum food intake in endotherms constrained by net or factorial aerobic scope? lessons from the leaf-eared mouse. Frontiers in Physiology 7:649. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2016.00649. PDF
    40. Montero JT, Chesney TA, Bauer JR, Froeschke JT & Graham J (2016), Brown shrimp (Farfantepenaeus aztecus) density distribution in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: an approach using boosted regression trees.Fisheries Oceanography 25: 337–348. PDF
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    44. Ovalle JF, Arellano EC, Ginocchio R & Becerra P (2016).  Fertilizer location modifies root zone salinity, root morphology, and water-stress resistance of tree seedlings according to the watering regime in a dryland reforestation.  Plant Nutr. Soil Sci.,179: 223–233. PDF
    45. Oyanedel R, Marín A, Castilla JC & Gelcich S (2016) Establishing marine protected areas through bottom-up processes: insights from two contrasting initiatives in Chile.  Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems26: 184–195. PDF
    46. Paleo-López R, Quintero-Galvis JF, Solano-Iguaran JJ, Sanchez-Salazar AM, Gaitan-Espitia JD & Nespolo RF (2016). A phylogenetic analysis of macroevolutionary patterns in fermentative yeasts. Ecology and Evolution 6: 3851–3861. doi:10.1002/ece3.2097. PDF
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    51. Rahimi S, Gaines SD, Gelcich S, Deacon R & Ovando D (2016) Factors driving the implementation of fishery reforms. Marine Policy. 71: 222-228. PDF
    52. Rivera A, Gelcich S, García-Florez L & Acuña JL (2016) Incorporating landscape metrics into invertebrate fisheries management: case study of the gooseneck barnacle in Asturias (N. Spain). ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsw029. PDF
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    59. Valenzuela P, Arellano EC, Burger JA & Becerra P (2016) Using facilitation microsites as a restoration tool for conversion of degraded grasslands to forests in Southern Patagonia. Ecological Engineering.95: 580-587. PDF
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