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Investigación – Docencia – Vinculación con el Medio

17 de mayo del 2017

Publicaciones

PUBLICACIONES UMAG WOS POR AÑO.

PUBLICACIONES UMAG 2013.

  1. Cañete JI, Cárdenas CA, Palacios M, Barría R. 2013. Presence of reproductive swarming in the polychaete Platynereis australis (Schmarda, 1861) (Nereididae) in subantarctic shallow waters of Magallanes, Chile. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research 41(1): 170-176.
  2. González PS, Fajardo V, Cuadra P. 2013. Adaptative variation of Patagonian Senecio patagonicus Hook.& Arn., Adesmia boronoides Hook. F. and Lepidophyllum cupressiforme (Lam.) Cass. As a plant response to environmental stress. Boletin LatinoAmericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromáticas 12 (4): 365-371.
  3. Reinoso R, Cajas-Madiaraga D, Martínez M, San Martín A, Pérez C, Fajardo V, Becerra J. 2013. Biological activity of Macromycetes isolated from Chilean Subantarctic ecosystems. Journal of the Chilean Chemical Society 58(4): 2016-2019.
  4. Rovirosa J, Soler A, Blanc V, León R, San Martín A. 2013. Bioactive monoterpenes from Antarctic Plocamium cartilaguneum. Journal of the Chilean Chemical Society 58(4): 2025-2026.
  5. Schaefer, M., H. Machgut, M. Falvey and G. Casassa. 2013. Modeling the mass balance of the Northern Patagonia Icefield. Journal of Geophysical Research, Earth Surface, 118(1-18), doi:10.1002/jgrf.20038
  6. Suazo CG, Schlatter RP, Arriagada AM, Cabezas LA, Ojeda J. 2013. Fishermen´s perceptions of interactions between seabirds and artisanal fisheries in the Chonos archipielago, Chilean Patagonia. ORYX 47: 184-189.
  7. Turra A, Croquer A, Carranza A, Mansilla A, Areces AJ, Werlinger C, Martínez-Bayon C, et al. 2013. Global environmental changes: setting priorities for Latin American coastal habitats. Global Change Biology 19(7): 1965-1969.

PUBLICACIONES UMAG 2014.

  1. Arroniz-Crespo, M; Perez-Ortega, S; De los Ríos, A; Rozzi, R., et al. (2014). Bryophyte-Cyanobacteria Associations during Primary Succession in Recently Deglaciated Areas of Tierra del Fuego (Chile) PLOS ONE 9 (5): e96081.
  2. Astorga-España, M.S.; Mansilla, A. (2014). Sub-Antarctic macroalgae: opportunities for gastronomic tourism and local fisheries in the Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctic Territory. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY 26 (2): 973-978.
  3. Astudillo, L.; Gutierrez, M.; Quesada, L.; San Martín A. et al. (2014). New Diterpenes from Azorella spinosa. NATURAL PRODUCT COMMUNICATIONS 9 (1): 9-12.
  4. Boo, G.H.; Mansilla, A.; Nelson, W.; et al. (2014) Genetic connectivity between trans-oceanic populations of Capreolia implexa (Gelidiales, Rhodophyta) in cool temperate waters of Australasia and Chile AQUATIC BOTANY 119: 73-79.
  5. Capella, J.J.; Abramson, J.; Vilina, Y.; Gibbons J. (2014) Observations of killer whales (Orcinus orca) in the fjords of Chilean Patagonia. POLAR BIOLOGY Volume: 37 (10): 1533-1539.
  6. Celis-Pla, PSM; Martínez, B., Quintano, E.; García-Sánchez, M.; Pedersen, A., Navarro, N.; et al. 2014. Short-term ecophysiological and biochemical responses of Cystoseira tamariscifoli and Ellisolandia elongate to environmental changes. AQUATIC BIOLOGY 22: 227-243.
  7. Contador T, Kennedy J, Ojeda J, Feinsinger P, Rozzi R (2014). Life cycles of freshwater invertebrates and global climate change in the sub-Antarctic Magellanic ecoregion: long-term ecological research at the Omora Ethonobotanical Park, Biosphere Reserve Cape Horn (55 degrees S). Bosque 35(3): 429-437.
  8. De Los Rios-Escalante, P; Mansilla, A. (2014). On the geographic distribution of Boeckella brevicaudata (Brady, 1875) (Copepoda; Calanoida) and its species associations in seasonal ephemeral pools in the Magallanes region (53 degrees S, Chile). CRUSTACEANA 87 (5): 540-550.
  9. De Porras, M. E.; Maldonado, A.; Quintana, F. A.; Reyes, O., et al. (2014). Environmental and climatic changes in central Chilean Patagonia since the Late Glacial (Mallin El Embudo, 44 degrees S). CLIMATE OF THE PAST 10 (3): 1063-1078.

10.  Fonturbel, F.; Jiménez, J.E. (2014). Does bird species diversity vary among forest types? A local-scale test in Southern Chile NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN 101 (10): 855-859.

11.  González-Acuna, D; Ardiles, K.; Moreno, L.; Rozzi, R., et al. (2014) Lice species (Insecta: Phthiraptera) from Chilean picidae (aves: piciformes). ENTOMOLOGICAL NEWS 124 (2): 109-119. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OSTEOARCHAEOLOGY 24 (2): 187-201.

12.  Jiménez, J.E.; Crego, R.; Soto, G.; et al. (2014). Potential impact of the Alien American Mink (Neovison vison) on Magellanic woodpeckers (Campephilus magellanicus) in Navarino Island, Southern Chile. BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS 16 (4): 961-966.

13.  Kanitz, T.; Ansmann, A.; Foth, A.; Casiccia C., Zamorano F, et al. (2014). Surface matters: limitations of CALIPSO V3 aerosol typing in coastal regions. ATMOSPHERIC MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES 7 (7): 2061-2072.

14.  Lange H, Casassa G. et al. 2014 Observed crustal uplift near the Southern Patagonian Icefield contrains improved viscoelastic Earth models. GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS 41(3): 805-812.

15.  Lewis, L.; Rozzi, R.; Goffinet, B (2014). Direct long-distance dispersal shapes a New World amphitropical disjunction in the dispersal-limited dung moss Tetraplodon (Bryopsida: Splachnaceae) JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY 41 (12): 2385-2395.

16.  Manosalva, L.; Mutis, A.; Diaz, J.; Fajardo V., et al. (2014). Identification of isoquinoline alkaloids from Berberis microphylla by HPLC ESI-MS/MS. BOLETIN LATINOAMERICA NO Y DEL CARIBE DE PLANTAS MEDICINALES Y AROMATICAS 13 (4): 324-335.

17.  Mansilla, A.; Rodriguez, J.P.; Souza, Jonatas M. C.; et al. (2014). Growth responses to temperature, salinity and nutrient variations, and biomass variation and phenology of Ahnfeltia plicata (Rhodophyta, Ahnfeltiales): a commercially interesting agarophyte from the Magellanic Region, Chile. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY 26 (2): 1133-1139.

18.  Mansilla, A.; Rosenfeld, S.; Rendoll, J.; Murcia S., et al. (2014) Tolerance response of Lessonia flavicans from the sub-Antarctic ecoregion of Magallanes under controlled environmental conditions. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY 26 (5): 1971-1977.

19.  Marambio, J.; Mansilla, A.; Avila, M.; et al. (2014) The effects of different light intensities on the culture of Gigartina skottsbergii (Rhodophyta, Gigartinales) tetrasporophytes and gametophytes in the Magellan region, Chile JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY 26 (5): 1963-1969.

20.  Matsuhiro, B.; Barahona, T.; Encinas, M.V.; Mansilla A., Ortiz J. (2014) Sulfation of agarose from subantarctic Ahnfeltia plicata (Ahnfeltiales, Rhodophyta): studies of its antioxidant and anticoagulant properties in vitro and its copolymerization with acrylamide. JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY 26 (5): 2011-2019.

21.  Méndez, C.; Barberena, R.; Reyes, O. and A. Nuevo Delaunay (2014). Isotopic Ecology and Human Diets in the Forest-Steppe Ecotone, Aisen Region, Central-Western Patagonia, Chile. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OSTEOARCHAEOLOGY 24: 187-201.

22.  Monreal, R.; LLop-Romero, C. (2014). On the characteristic parameters of magnetic storms during two solar cycles. JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC AND SOLAR-TERRES TRIAL PHYSICS 114: 66-72.

23.  Moreno, P.; Vilanova, I.; Villa-Martinez, R.; et al. (2014). Southern Annular Mode-like changes in southwestern Patagonia at centennial timescales over the last three millennia NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 5: 4375.

24.  Navarro, N.; Figueroa, F.; Korbee, N.; et al. (2014) The Effects of NO3- Supply on Mazzaella laminarioides (Rhodophyta, Gigartinales) from Southern Chile. PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY  90 (6): 1299-1307.

25.  Navarro, N.; Mansilla, A.; Figueroa, F.; et al. (2014). Short-term effects of solar UV radiation and NO3- supply on the accumulation of mycosporine-like amino acids in Pyropia columbina (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) under spring ozone depletion in the sub-Antarctic region, Chile. BOTÁNICA MARINA 57 (1): 9-20.

26.  Ojeda, J.; Rosenfeld, S.; Marambio, J.; Rozzi, R.; Mansilla, A. 2014. Seasonal and spatial patterns of intertidal molluscs diversity of Robalo Bay, Beagle Channel, Biosphere Reserve Cape Horn, Chile. REVISTA DE BIOLOGÍA MARINA Y OCEANOGRAFÍA 49(3): 493-509.

27.  Pérez, C.; Aravena, J.C.; Silva, W.; et al. (2014). Ecosystem development in short-term postglacial chronosequences: N and P limitation in glacier forelands from Santa Inés Island, Magellan Strait. AUSTRAL ECOLOGY 39 (3): 288-303.

28.  Quiroga, E.; Gerdes, D.; Montiel, A.; et al. (2014). Normalized biomass size spectra in high Antarctic macrobenthic communities: linking trophic position and body size. MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES 506: 99-113.

29.  Rosenfeld, S.; Ojeda, J.; Hune, M.; Mansilla, A, Contador T. (2014). Egg masses of the Patagonian squid Doryteuthis (Amerigo) gahi attached to giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera) in the sub-Antarctic ecoregion. POLAR RESEARCH 33: 21636.

30.  San Martin, C.; Sandoval, V.; Alvarez, M.; Vidal O., et al. (2014). Comparison of vegetation stages degradation with livestock management using Ellenberg’s bioindicators in Chilean Patagonia. BOSQUE 35 (2): 141-154.

31.  Soler, R.; Martinez Pastur, G; Lencinas, MV; Rosenfeld, M. et al. (2014). Variable retention management influences biomass of Misodendrum and Usnea in Nothofagus pumilio southern Patagonian forests. NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF BOTANY 52 (2): 224-235.

32.  Soto Simeone, A.; Soza-Amigo, S. (2014). Economic valuation of native forest affected by the North American beaver (Castor canadensis) in Tierra del Fuego. BOSQUE 35 (2): 229-234.

33.  Stentiford, G. D.; Bateman, Ks.; Feist, S. W.; Uribe, JC, Palacios M., et al. (2014). Areospora rohanae n.gen. n.sp (Microsporidia; Areosporiidae n. fam.) elicits multi-nucleate giant-cell formation in southern king crab (Lithodes santolla) JOURNAL OF INVERTEBRATE PATHOLOGY 118: 1-11.

34.  Urtubia, R.; Gallardo, Pablo; Lavin, Paris; et al. (2014). Characterization of culturable bacterial flora in yolk-sac larvae of Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus L.) with “gaping jaws” syndrome. LATIN AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AQUATIC RESEARCH 42 (1): 97-110.

LIBROS

  1. Cañete, J.I. C. Aldea & T. Figueroa. 2014 (eds.) Guía de identificación de la macrofauna bentónica de Bahía Porvenir. Ediciones Universidad de Magallanes.
  2. Schories, D. et al. Antarctic Benthic Field Guide. Authors of Mollusca: C. Aldea & Winfried Engl. Ediciones de la Universidad de Magallanes.

PUBLICACIONES UMAG 2015.

  1. 1. Aracena C., R. Kilian, C. B. Lange, S. Bertrand, F. Lamy, H. W. Arz, R. De Pol-Holz, O. Baeza, S. Pantoja, C. Kissel. Holocene variations in productivity associated with changes in glacier activity and freshwater flux in the central basin of the Strait of Magellan.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 436: 112-122.
  2. Arias F., Mansilla A., Matsuhiro, B., Pavez, J., Torres, R., Yáñez-Sánchez M. 2015. Carrageenans from nuclear phases of subantartic Mazzaella laminarioides (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) and graft copolymerization of alkalimodified carrageenan with acrylamide. Journal of Applied Phycology (in press).
  3. Astorga-España, M. S.; Rodriguez Galdon, B.; Rodriguez Rodriguez, E. M.; Diaz Romero, C. 2015. Mineral and trace element concentrations in seaweeds from the sub-Antarctic ecoregion of Magallanes (Chile) Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 39:69-76.
  4. Billard E., Reyes J., Mansilla A., Faugeron S., Guillemin ML. 2015.  Deep genetic divergence between austral populations of the red alga Gigartina skottsbergii reveals a cryptic species endemic to the Antarctic continent. Polar Biology DOI 10.1007/s00300-015-1762-4.
  5. Cárdenas C. & Montiel A. 2015. The influence of depth and substrate inclination on sessile assemblages in subantarctic rocky reefs (Magellan region). Polar Biology 38:1631-1644.
  6. Contador T., Kennedy J.H., Rozzi R., Ojeda J. 2015. Sharp altitudinal gradients in Magellanic Sub-Antarctic streams: patterns along a fluvial system in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve (55ºS). Polar Biology DOI 10.1007/s00300-015-1746-4.
  7. Damiani A., R.R. Cordero , JF. Carrasco, S. Watanabe, M. Kawamiya , V.E. Lagun. 2015. Changes in the UV Lambertian Equivalent Reflectivity in the Southern Ocean. Remote Sensing of Environment 169: 75-92.
  8. De los Ríos-Escalante P & A. Mansilla. 2015. Inland water crustaceans in two Chilean protected areas: Parrillar Lake and Magallanes National Reserves, 53°S (Chile). Crustaceana 88(9): 1055-1059.
  9. Der Sarkissian C, J. T. Vilstrup, M. Schubert, A. Seguin-Orlando, D. Eme, J. Weinstock, M.T. Alberdi, F. Martin, P.M. López, J.L. Prado, A. Prieto, C. J. Douady, T. W. Stafford, E. Willerslev, L. Orlando. 2015. Mitochondrial genomes reveal the extinct Hippidion as an outgroup to all living equids. Biology Letters 11: 20141058.

10.  Esquete P & C Aldea 2015.  Leucothoe kawesqari, a new amphipod from Bernardo O’Higgins National Park (Chile), with remarks on the genus in the Magellan Region (Crustacea, Peracarida).  ZooKeys  539: 83-95.

11.  Fink, H. G., C. Wienberg, R. De Pol-Holz, and D. Hebbeln (2015), Spatio-temporal distribution patterns of Mediterranean cold-water corals (Lophelia pertusa and Madrepora oculata) during the past 14,000 years, Deep-Sea Research, 103, 37-48.

12.  Furrianca M.C., Alvear M, Zambrano T., Barrientos L., Fajardo V., Salazar L.A. 2015. Medicinal value of the Berberis genus as hypoglycemic agent (Review). Boletin Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromáticas 14 (5): 423-441.

13.  Gacitúa G, Uribe JA, Wilson R, Loriaux T, Hernández J, Rivera A. 2015. 50 MHz helicopter-borne radar data for determination of glacier thermal regime in the central Chilean Andes. Annals of Glaciology 56(70).

14.  González-Wevar C.A., Salinas P., Hüne M., Segovia N.I., Vargas-Chacoff L., Astorga M., Cañete J.I., Poulin E. 2015. Phylogeography in Galaxias maculatus (Jenyns, 1848) along two biogeographical provinces in the Chilean coast. PLOS One 10(7): e0131289. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0131289.

15.  González-Wevar C.A., Salinas P., Hüne M., Segovia N., Vargas-Chacoff L., Oda E., Poulin E.  2015. Contrasting genetic structure and diversity of Galaxias maculatus (Jenyns, 1848) along the Chilean coast: stock identification for fishery management. Journal of Heredity 106:439-447.

16.  Graells G., D Corcoran & JC Aravena. 2015. Invasion of North American Beaver (Castor canadensis) in the province of Magallanes, Southern Chile: comparison between dating sites through interviews with the local community and dendrochronology. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 88:3 (1-9).

17.  Hune M., C. González-Wevar, E. Poulin, A. Mansilla, DA. Fernández, E Barrera-Oro. 2015. Low level of genetic divergence between Harpagifer fish species (Pesciformes: Notothernioidei) suggests a Quaternary colonization of Patagonia from the Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biology 38: 607-617.

18.  Lambert F, A. Tagliabue, G. Shaffer, F. Lamy, G. Winckler, L. Farías, L. Gallardo, R. De Pol-Holz. Dust fluxes and iron fertilization in Holocene and Last Glacial Maximum climates. Geophysical Research Letters 42(14): 6014-6023.

19.  Lamy F., H.W. Arz, R Kilian, C.B. Lange, L. Lembke-Jene, M. Wengler, J. Kaiser, O. Baeza-Urrea, I.R. Hall, N. Harada, and R. Tiedemann 2015. Glacial reduction and millennial-scale variations in Drake Passage throughflow. PNAS 112(44): 13496-13501.

20.  Latorre C., R. De Pol-Holz, C. Carter, C.M. Santoro.2015. Using archaeological shell middens as a proxy for past local coastal

upwelling in northern Chile. Quaternary International (In press).

21.  Lee, Jun-Mo; Boo, Sung Min; Mansilla, A; Yoon, Hwan Su. 2015. Unique repeat and plasmid sequences in the mitochondrial genome of Gracilaria chilensis (Gracilariales, Rhodophyta). Phycologia 54(1): 20-23.

22.  Martín, A., P. Miloslavich, Y. Díaz, I. Ortega, E. Klein, J. Troncoso, C. Aldea, A.K. Carbonini. Intertidal Benthic Communities Associated to the Macroalgae Iridaea cordata and Adenocystis utricularis in King George Island, Antarctica. Polar Biology DOI 10.1007/s00300-015-1773-1.

23.  Martin F., D. Todisco, J. Rodet, M. San Román, F. Morello, F. Prevosti, C. Stern & L.A. Borrero 2015. Nuevas excavaciones en Cueva del Medio. Procesos de formación de la Cueva y avances en los estudios de interacción entre cazadores recolectores y fauna extinta (Pleistoceno Final, Patagonia Meridional). Magallania: 43(1): 165-189.

24.  Molina LT, L. Gallardo,M. Andrade, D. Baumgardner,M. Borbor-Córdova, R. Bórquez, G. Casassa, F. Cereceda-Balic, L. Dawidowski, R. Garreaud, N. Huneeus, F. Lambert, J.L.McCarty, J.Mc Phee,M.Mena-Carrasco, G.B. Raga, C. Schmitt, and J.P. Schwarz. 2015. Pollution and its Impacts on the South American Cryosphere. Earth Future 10.1002/201EF000311.

25.  Montiel A., E. Quiroga, D. Gerdes, B. Ebbe. 2015. Polychaete diversity in the Scotia Arc benthic realm: Are polychaetes tracers for faunal exchange? Polar Biology  DOI 10.1007/s00300-015-1845-2.

26.  Morello, F., Calás, E., Torres, J., Borella, F., Román, M.S., Martin, F., Contreras, L. , Martínez, I., Alfonso-Durruty M., Massone, M. 2015. Punta baxa 7 site: Archaeological site of the northern coast of Tierra del Fuego, strait of Magellan (Chile). Magallania 43(2): 167-188.

27.  Moreno, P. I.; Alloway, B. V.; Villarosa, G.; Outes, V.; Henriquez, W. I.; De Pol-Holz, R.; Pearce, N. J. G. 2015. A past-millennium maximum in postglacial activity from Volcan Chaiten, southern Chile. Geology 43(1): 47-50.

28.  Mujica MI; Latorre C, Maldonado A, González-Silvestre L; Pinto R, de Pol-Holz R, Santoro C. 2015. Late Quaternary climate change, relict populations and present-day refugia in the northern Atacama Desert: a case study from Quebrada La Higuera (18 degrees S). Journal of Biogeography 42 (1): 76-88.

29.  Murcia S, J. Terrados, P. Ramírez-García, A. Mansilla. 2015. Phenology, biomass and productivity of sub-Antarctic Ruppia filifolia. Polar Biology 38: 1677-1685.

30.  Navarro, N. 2015. Presence of green color variant of Mazzaella laminarioides (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) in Magallanes region, Chile. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía 50: 193-198.

31.  Oyarzun P., J. E. Toro, J.I. Cañete and J.P.A. Gardner. 2015. Bioinvasion threatens the genetic integrity of native diversity and a natural hybrid zone: smooth-shelled blue mussels (Mytilus spp.) in the Strait of Magellan. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (in press).

32.  Palacios, M., Cárdenas, C.A., Newcombe, E.M. 2015. Rocky reefs seaweeds from Fildes and Collins Bays, King George Island, Antarctica. Revista de Biologia Marina y Oceanografía 50 (2): 359-366.

33.  Prevosti FJ., M.A. Ramírez, M. Schiaffini, F Martin, D.E. Udrizar-Sauthier, M. Carrera, C. Sillero-Zubiri and U.F.J. Pardiñas. 2015. Extinctions in near time: new radiocarbon dates point to a very recent disappearance of the South American fox Dusicyon avus (Carnivora: Canidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2015, 116, 704–720.

34.  Raimilla V., T. Rivas-Fuenzalida, A. Kusch, J. Díaz, J. Toledo, A. García, and J.E. Jiménez. 2015. Incidence of Cartwheeling Flights in Raptors of South-Central Chile. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 127(2): 289-297.

35.  Reyes Baez O., M. Moraga, C. Méndez, and A. Cherkinsky. 2015. Maritime Hunter-Gatherers in the Chonos Archipelago (43º50’46º50’ S), Western Patagonian Channels. Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology, 10:207–231.

36.  Reyes-Arriagada R, Jiménez, J E., Rozzi, R. 2015. Daily patterns of activity of passerine birds in a Magellanic sub-Antarctic forest at Omora Park (55A degrees S), Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, Chile. Polar Biology 38(3): 401-411.

37.  Rosenfeld, S., C. Aldea, A.  Mansilla, J. Marambio, J. Ojeda (2015) Richness, systematics, and distribution of molluscs associated with the macroalga Gigartina skottsbergii in the Strait of Magellan, Chile: A biogeographic affinity study. ZooKeys 519: 49–100.

38.  Ruiz-Vásquez L., M. Reina, M. López-Rodríguez, C. Giménez, R. Cabrera, P Cuadra, V. Fajardo, A. González-Coloma. 2015. Sesquiterpenes, flavonoids, shikimic acid derivatives and pyrrolizidine alkaloids from Senecio kingii Hook. Phytochemistry 117: 245–253.

39.  Salcedo-Castro, J; Montiel, A; Jara, B; Vásquez, O. 2015. Influence of a Glacier Melting Cycle on the Seasonal Hydrographic Conditions and Sediment Flux in a Subantarctic Glacial Fjord. Estuaries and Coasts 38(1): 24-34.

40.  San Martín A., Donoso V., Leiva S., Bacho M., Núñez S., Gutiérrez M., Rovirosa J., Bailón-Moscoso N., Camacho S.C., Avilés O.M., Cazar M.E. 2015. Molecular docking studies of the antitumoral activity and characterization of new chalcone. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry 15(17): 1743-1749.

41.  Saucede T., A. Díaz, B. Pierrat, J. Sellanes, B. David, J-P Feral, E. Poulin. 2015. The phylogenetic position and taxonomic status of Sterechinus bernasconiae Larrain, 1975 (Echinodermata, Echinoidea), an enigmatic Chilean sea urchin. Polar Biology 38:1223–1237.

42.  Schaefer, M., H. Machgut, M. Falvey, G. Casassa and E. Rignot. 2015. Quantifying mass balance processes on the Southern Patagonia Icefield. The Cryosphere 9: 25-35.

43.  Titschack, J., D. Baum, R. De PolHolz, M. López Correa, N. Forster, S. Flögel, D. Hebbeln, and A. Freiwald (2015), Aggradation and carbonate accumulation of Holocene Norwegian cold‐water coral reefs, Sedimentology: DOI: 10.1111/sed.12206.

44.  Ugalde P.C., Santoro C.M., Gayo E.M., Latorre C., Maldonado S., De Pol-Holz R., Jackson D. 2015. How Do Surficial Lithic Assemblages Weather in Arid Environments? A Case Study from the Atacama Desert, Northern Chile. Geoarchaeology 30(4): 352-368.

45.   Valdés-Pineda R., R. Pizarro, J.B. Valdés, J.F. Carrasco, P. García-Chevesich & C. Olivares. 2015.  Spatio-temporal trends of precipitation, its aggressiveness and concentration, along the Pacific coast of South America (36°–49°S). Journal: Hydrological Sciences Journal DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2015.1085989

46.  Velázquez E., C.E.T. Paine, F. May & T. Wiegand. 2015. Linking trait similarity to interspecific spatial associations in a moist tropical forest. Journal of Vegetation Science 26: 1068–1079.

47.  Weller D, CG Miranda, P I Moreno, R Villa-Martínez, CR Stern. Tephrochronology of the southernmost Andean Southern Volcanic Zone, Chile. Bulletin of Volcanology 77: 107-130.

48.  Zemp, M., H. Frey, I. Gärtner-Roer, S.U. Nussbaumer, M. Hoelzle, F. Paul, W. Haeberli, F. Denzinger, A.P. Ahlstrøm, B. Anderson, M. Arenillas, S. Bajracharya, C. Baroni, W.R. Bidlake, L.N. Braun, B.E. Cáceres, G. Casassa, G. Cobos, L.R. Dávila, H. Delgado, O. Demberel, M.N. Demuth, L. Espizua, A. Fischer, K. Fujita, B. Gadek, A. Ghazanfar, J.O. Hagen, P. Holmlund, N. Karimi, Z. Li, E. Martínez De Pisón, M. Pelto, P. Pitte, V.V. Popovnin, C.A. Portocarrero, R. Prinz, J. Ramirez, A. Rudell, C.V. Sangewar, I. Severskiy, O. Sigurðsson, A. Soruco, R. Usubaliev, T. Van Ommen, C. Vincent and A. Yakovlev. Historically unprecedented global glacier changes in the early 21st Century. Journal of Glaciology 61(228): 745-762.

Libros
Contador, T., S. Rosenfeld, J. Ojeda & J. Kennedy (Ed.) Historia natural de los invertebrados acuáticos del Cabo de Hornos. Fundación Omora, Universidad de Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile pp. 104-176.

PUBLICACIONES UMAG 2016

  1. Albrechts F, G Shaffer. 2016. Regional sea-level change along the Chilean coast in the 21st century.  Journal of Coastal Research.
  2. Andrade C, C Ríos, D Gerdes, T Brey. 2016. Trophic structure of shallow-water benthic communities in the sub-Antarctic Strait of Magellan. Polar Biology 39: 2281-2297.
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31.  Lubósny M, A Przylucka, TJ Sanko, B Smietanka, S Rosenfeld, A Burzynski. 2016. Next generation sequencing of gonadal transcriptome suggests standard maternal inheritance of mitochondrial DNA in Eurhomalea rufa (Veneridae). Marine Genomics. In Press.

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36.  Mansilla C., R. McCulloch & F Morello. 2016. Palaeoenvironmental change in Southern Patagonia during the Lateglacial and Holocene: Implications for forest refugia and climate reconstructions. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 447: 1-11.

37.  Marambio J, F Mendez, P Ocaranza, JP Rodríguez, S Rosenfeld, J Ojeda, S Murcia, J Terrados, K Bischof, A Mansilla. 2016. Journal of Applied Phycology DOI 10.1007/s10811-016-0913-5.

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40.  Martínez-Gómez F., A Mansilla, B. Matsuhiro, M.C. Matulewicz, M.A. Troncoso-Valenzuela. 2016. Chiroptical characterization of homopolymeric block fractions in alginates. Carbohydrate Polymers 146: 90-101.

41.  Maturana CS, K Gérard, A Díaz, B David, JP Féral, E Poulin. 2016. Mating system and evidence of multiple paternity in the Antarctic brooding sea urchin Abastus agassizii. Polar Biology DOI 10.1007/s00300-016-2001-3.

42.  Mayeswski PA, A Kuli, G Casassa, M Arévalo, DA Dixon, et al. 2016. Initial reconnaissance for a South Georgia ice core. Journal of Glaciology 62 (231): 54-61.

43.  Méndez C, O Reyes, A Nuevo Delaunay, H Velásquez, V Trejo, N Hormazábal, M Solari, C Stern. 2016. Las Quemas Rockshelter: undersatnding human occupations of Andean forests of Central Patagonia (Aisén, Chile), southern South America. Latin America Antiquity 27(2): 2017-226.

44.  Mernild SH, GE Liston, CA Hiemstra, JK Malmros, JC Yde, J McPhee. 2016. The Andes Cordillera. Part I: snow distribution, properties, and trends (1979-2014). International Journal of Climatology DOI: 10.1002/joc.4804

45.   Mernild SH, GE Liston, CA Hiemstra, JC Yde, J McPhee, JK Malmros. 2016. The Andes Cordillera. Part II: Rio Olivares basin snow conditions (1979-2014). International Journal of Climatology DOI: 10.1002/joc.4828.

46.  Mernild SH, GE Liston, CA Hiemstra, R Wilson. 2016. The Andes Cordillera. Part III: glacier surface mass balance and contributionto sea level rise (1979-2014). International Journal of Climatology DOI: 10.1002/joc.4907.

47.  Mernild SH, GE Liston, CA Hiemstra, AP Beckerman, JC Yde, J McPhee. 2016. The Andes Cordillera. Part IV: spatio-temporal freshwater run-off distribution to adjacent seas (1979-2014). International Journal of Climatology DOI: 10.1002/joc.4922.

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49.  Montiel A, E Quiroga, D Gerdes, B Ebbe. 2016. Polychaete diversity in the Scotia Arc benthic realm: Are polychaetes tracers for faunal exchange? Polar Biology 39: 1233-1244.

50.  Moreira-Arce D., P.M. Vergara, S. Boutin, G. Carrasco, R. Briones, G.E. Soto,  J.E. Jiménez. 2016. Mesocarnivores respond to fine-grain habitat structure in a mosaic landscape comprised by commercial forest plantations in southern Chile. Forest Ecology and Management 369: 135-143.

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53.  Oyarzún P., J.E. Toro, J.I. Cañete, JPA Gardner. 2016. Bioinvasion threatens the genetic integrity of native diversity and a natural hybrid zone: smooth-shelled blue mussels (Mytilus spp.) in the Strait of Magellan. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 117: 574-585.

54.  Pérez CA, JC Aravena, WA Silva, R McCulloch, JJ Armesto, R Parfitt. 2016. Patterns of ecosystem development in glacial foreland chronosequences: a comparative analysis of Chile and New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Botany DOI: 10.1080/00

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58.  Rendoll J, T Contador, R Crego, NI Jordán, E Schüttler, M Gañan, JJ Jiménez, R Rozzi, F Massardo, JH Kennedy. 2016. Primer registro de Vespula vulgaris (Linnaeus 1758) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) en la isla Navarino, Chile. Gayana 80(1): 133-136.

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62.  Ronge T.A., R. Tiedermann, F. Lamy, P.Köhler, B.V. Alloway, R. De Pol-Holz, K. Pahnke, J. Southon, & L. Wacker. 2016. Radiocarbon constraints on the extent and evolution of the South Pacific glacial carbon pool. Nature Communications 7:11487|DOI: 10.1038/ncomms11487.

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73.  Toro F, Y Vilina, J Capella, J Gibbons. 2016. Novel coastal feeding area for Eastern South Pacific Fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) in mid-latitude Humboldt Current waters off Chile.

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79.  Villavicencio NA, FM Martin et al. 2016. Combination of humans, climate, and vegetation change triggered Late Quaternary megafauna extinction in the Ultima Esperanza region, southern Patagonia, Chile. Ecography 39: 125-140.

80.  Wilson R, SH Mernild, JK Malmros, C Bravo, D Carrión. 2016. Journal of Glaciology 62(235): 847-860.

81.  Yde, SH Mernild et al. 2016. Stable oxygen isotope variability in two contrasting glacier river catchments in Greenland. Hydrolology and Earth System Sciences 20: 1197-1210.

82. Technical Cooperation Project IAEA INT/5/153. “Climate change and its impact on glacier retreat and land-water-ecosystem quality in polar and mountain regions across the world: From assessment to action”. Principal Investigators Gerd Dercon, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Paulina Schuller, UACh; et al. Coinvestigator Gino Casassa Gaia-UMAG. 2014-2017 (4 years). (CI).

83. Proyecto Fondecyt N°1121141 ”Southern Westerlies Winds during and since Last Glacial Termination in central Patagonia (44°-49°S)”. Investigador Principal Dr. Rodrigo Villa Gaia-UMAG. 2012-2016. (CI)

  1. Centro de Excelencia FONDAP-CONICYT Nº 15110009. Centro de Ciencia del Clima y la Resilencia (CR)2. Investigador Principal Dra. Laura Gallardo UCH, Investigadores Adjuntos Dres. Rodrigo Villa, Juan Carlos Aravena, Ricardo de Pol Gaia-UMAG. 2013-2017. (I+D)
  2. Núcleo Milenio “Paleo Climate of the Southern Hemisphere” Iniciativa Científica Milenio. Investigador Principal Dra. Maisa Rojas UCH, Investigadores Asociados Dres. Rodrigo Villa, Gary Shaffer, Ricardo de Pol Gaia-UMAG. 2013-2015. (CI)
  3. Climate and human impacts on the Patagonian vegetation and fire regimes over the last 3000 years. Conicyt-DRI. Investigador Principal: Patricio Moreno. Investigador Asociado Dr. Rodrigo Villa Gaia-UMAG. 2013-2016. (CI)
  4. Proyecto Fondecyt Regular Nº 1140940: Macroalgal Adaptive Radiation: Potential Links to Ecological Niche Diversity in the Ecoregion of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica. Investigador Principal Andrés Mansilla. 2014- 2018. (CI, I+D)
  5. Proyecto Fondecyt 1130381 “Recent, centennial and multi-millenial glacier fluctuations in Cordillera de Darwin, Tierra del Fuego Island, southern Chile”. Investigador Principal Dr. Juan Carlos Aravena Gaia-UMAG. 2013-2017. (CI)
  6. Proyecto Fondecyt 1130410 “Climate – tree growth relationships and carbon dynamics in multimillenial old growth Fitzroya cupressoides forests in Southern South America (40º – 43º 30´S)”. Investigador Principal Dr. Antonio Lara UACH. Coinvestigador Dr. Juan Carlos Aravena Gaia-UMAG 2013-2017. (CI)
  7. Proyecto Fondecyt de Iniciación 11140087: “Historical and recent biogeographic patterns and processes in southern ocean marine mollusks with contrasting developmental modes”. Investigador Principal Dr. Claudio González-Wevar Gaia-UMAG 2014-2017. (CI, I+D)

10.  Proyecto Fondecyt Regular 1140536 “Southern Hemisphere latitudinal gradients in atmospheric radiocarbon during the past 1000 years”. Investigador Principal Dr. Ricardo De Pol-Holz, Gaia-UMAG, 2014-2018. (CI).

11.  Instituto Milenio de Oceanografía IC 120019. Investigador Adjunto Dr. Ricardo De Pol-Holz, Gaia-UMAG, 2013-2017. (CI).

12.  Proyecto Fondecyt  1151336 “Diversification of the spiny plunderfish Harpagifer in the Southern Ocean”. Investigador principal Elie Poulin.  CoInvestigador Claudio González-Wevar. Gaia-UMAG. 2015 – 2019. (CI)

13.  Proyecto Fondecyt 1150913 “Modelling the possible role of methane in deep-time, global warming events using the DCESS Earth System Model”. Principal Investigator Gary Shaffer Gaia-UMAG, 2015-2019. (CI)

14.  Proyecto CONICYT-BMBF 20140052 “Responses of Glaciers, Biosphere and Hydrology to Climate Variability across the Southern Andes (GABY-VASA)”. Investigador Principal Gino Casassa GAIA-UMAG. Coinvestigadores Juan Carlos Aravena GAIA-UMAG, Ricardo Jaña INACH, Ingrid Hebel UMAG 2015-2017 (3 años), Christopher Schneider Achen Universitat, Alemania. (CI, I+D).

15. Proyecto Fondecyt 1151034 “Reflectivity of Antarctica”. Investigador Principal Raúl Cordero. CoInvestigador Jorge Carrasco GAIA-UMAG. (CI, I+D)

16.  Proyecto FONDEF Concurso IDEA Dos Etapas ID15I10623 “Desarrollo de sensores ópticos terrestres y aéreos a bordo de UAVs para el monitoreo de albedo en glaciares”. Director Gino Casassa, Directora Alterna Guisella Gacitúa, Investigador Rubén Carvallo, UMAG. Investigador Raúl Cordero, USACH. 2015-2017 (2 años). (CI, I+D).

17.  Proyecto Anillo ”Carbono Negro en la Criosfera Andina”. Proyecto Anillo ACT1410, CONICYT. Director Raúl Cordero, USACH. Investigadores Asociados Jorge Carrasco y Gino Casassa, UMAG. 2015-2018 (3 años). (CI).

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